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I 1 THE ABAlIt COUNTY NEWS 1 VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1901 NUMBER 33 POSTUFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Offlcehour vreek lajrs700imto930pni COURT DIRECTORY CmIJUITCOURTThreo sessions a yearThird In May nudthird MonduyMonday In January third JoudaylnSeptembor Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealtha AttorneyN II W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt ClerkJno Coffey First Monday In each month Judge J W Duller County AttorneyJasGOTnettJr- ClerkT B Stnlts alterS H Mitchel- lAssessorG Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher T7ITY Regular court second Monday s acU month ldgcJ W Atkins torneyGordon Montgomery 3k CHURCH DIRECTORY EPRESBYTERIANRev T F Walton t pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool atO a tn eveiy rk Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday rfy1LTHODIST Hev w P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night j BAPTIST 3 rGnanusaoaa Hev castor Services third Sunday each month Jindayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer 3 Meeting Tuesday night t CHRISTIAN CAiiPBtLLSvitLE z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabtatt at am Prayer meeting Wednesday ngb- tLODGESI MASONIC No F aud MBegu in their ball over bank on Fri on or before the full moon in each jCOUUDIA Scey R No meets first Monday night In each month- J E MonncLL H P 7 W W Secretary DtU=TwmJ CL HENRY W EDDLEMM 4 Oal MARKET 5T LOUiSVLLEKY Also Dealer in FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 403 West Market f Hancock flow r BURKQVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0fiSTThe above Hotel has been re tted repainted and Is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of 4 guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Hates reasonable good sample room Feed stable atr tached iOllllRfflAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUBHA3 Proprietors TilE above named botel was recently opened leas had a flue run from the start Mrs Jolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords Tho proftletors are attentive and very polite to ui Good sample rooms and the building ia lonvonteat to the business houses First pints livery Sttached to the hotel Terms very icasonable LaiLEBANON KY dry 0F n rHOROUGIILYYctluippcdmorlcrnt it11Jndryplant coadutted by eXlCI1 icnced workmen and king as high grade work as can bF turned out any place in the country Patronize a two institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON ProeREED AII1ER ARCHCS r Columbia Kentucky Children lovo to tako Morloya Little Liver Pills for Bilious People becauso they are email look and tasto like candy aid do not gripe nor sicken them 6 coatcdO De Sold hj 4 Coming to Their Senses In a speech delivered in Buffalo Lieutenant Hobson let in a new light on the naval situation by declairing that the names of Dewey Sampson andSchley will live together in Amer ican history The pity is that the friends of Admi ral Sampson did not take this cue at first There never was a disposition to do injustice to any officer of the navy by the people When the war with Spain opened the navy of the United States was as a sealed book to the people at large Never before was prefer ment so open to merit as upon that oc casion When from the far east an unsuspected victory was Hashed from the wires the people stood ready to do full honor to the man who stood upon the bridge upon that momentous occa sion The same was true when later developments were looked for from the West India squadron It was not known that the board of strategy had taken the possibilities of that cam paign out of the hands of Providence for the purpose of crowning a certain favorite regardless of the fact wheth er he was present in the engagement or not It was against the plain pur pose to do injustice to a gallant officer that the people protested They knew that Sampson was not in the engagement that Schley was and that he was the ranking officer and that under all previous rules a victory was ascribed to the man in active command It will not do to say tbat the plan of battle bad been arranged by another Under such a rule Admiral Crowninsbield al though a thousand miles away might have claimed the victory for himself under the plea that he had pulled the stringsIt likely that in the fort to rebuke the assumacy of Admi ral Sampson in claiming that which did not belong to him that he has fail ed to receive justice for what he really deserved En such case Lieutenant Hobson has opened the way for a review of the whole question by admit ting that Admiral Schley did hold a place of honor in the engagement and that there are three namos worthy of remembrance in connection with the warAtlanta Constitution Crows Fight a Blacksnake A desperate encounter between two crows and a big blacksnake was witnessed near Hancock by Edward Me Cardell says the IndexDemocrat The snake had eaten the eggs from the crows nest in the top of a tall tree and here the fight began continuing after the snake had dropped to the ground HcCardells attention had been attracted to the unusual flutter accompanied by cawing and hissing One crow engaged the reptile at the head and one at the tail They would alternate positions and the special point of attack was the snakes eye McCardell blood ata short range and finding the snake was getting the better of his feathered antagonists ad vanced with a club to kill it The snake sprang at him after standing al most erect on its tail but he succeed ed in killing it The eyes and head of the snake bad been much lacerated by the crows The snake was four feet ten inches lung Mr McCardell took it home with him and will have the skin tan ned for a bel- tThere is Room for All The colleges of the laud are now turning out hundreds of young men many of whom will soon be heard from declairing that there is no room for them in the world of business The fist flush of boyish enthusiasm must give nay to the feeling that the than would succeed must light his way thrugli unexpected adversities It is to this class of men that the president of one of the leading banks of Chicago addressed himself a few daysago upon filling an appointment to appear before a graduating clasCIDo notlraagine said he tbat the good positions are all filled the fortunes all made the success all achieved The speaker knew tbat the young men be fore him were tiled with high hope and that there among them those who failing to be measured up at their own valuation at first would beDver wbclmcd by disappointment and might give up the race ac once To them he felt that the best possible les son was the statement that succttsshas- to be won in thesumo old wqy and tba tonly tbo man bringing into play J the strongest qualities of perseverance could hope to succeed A college education docs not bring instant success nor indeed does it bring success at all It better fits the young man for the effort that is before him His father poorly equipped and handicapped by the want of an educa tion achieved a certain success of which the son should be duly proud The young man starts In life better equipped and with the rough places smoothed down but still he has to tread the road his father trod having cour age perseverance and Integrity Thus armed for the battle of life the young man should not misunder stand the situation The road to suc cess is as broad to him as it was to his father and the need for leaders is felt by each succeeding generation In time the leaders of today will drop by the wayside and their places must be taken up by those who have qualified for the work It is in this prepara tion that the young man must make himself felt For years he may have to occupy a back place where he seems to get no credit for what he is doing But if he Is wise he will find that his patience has been a good investment and that when fortune smiles upon him he will be qualified to fulfill whatever duties may be imposed upon him The best lesson that the young man can propose to himself is that there is as much room for him as there was for those who preceded him and as a con sequence a determination to keep him self ready for whatever happens At lanta Constitution A Modern Farm The editor of the Graphic lays no claim to being much of a farmer though he was reared in tho country but while this is the ease weTjelieve ye know good farming when we see it We have contended that farming is a profession just as ranch as the law or any of the other callings that engage the attention of men Men fail at the other professions simply because they have gone into the wrong calling of life So it is with farming There are thousands of neo on the farm who understand nothing in the world of the cultivation of crops they know nothing of the soli tbey know nothing of their business and as a re sult they are failures Theflanwl1o expects the earth to produce must understand how to make the land do its part while he is cogaueil in bis part of the work In tact old mother earth is always willing to do her part if man will act intelligently iu bring ing about these results These remarks are brought forth by a recent visit to the model farm of Mr William Riggin A few years ago he bought about fifty acres of land just outside the corporate limits of Mali sonville The land was regarded as rather poor and not very productlv6 but Mr Biggin knew slat was in wjgi soil and also what was lacking He built a nice residence on a knoll of ground and from his front door he can see the city After he built his home then he commenced to layoff and ini prove his land He bought fruit trees of all kinds that is of alt good kinds These were set out and now they are in bearing He has apples pears peaches cher ries and other kinds There are acres of these trees and they have been bear ing for the past year or two This season they are full of fruit In dition to this he has strawberries raspberries blackberries infact ber ries of all kinds IIisstrawberrlet this year were fine and in a few days the raspberries will be ready for the mar ket He had it arranged that trap the time the first bet rics come in that he will have a succession of berries for at least two months His apples will begin this mouth to ripen aud there will be a until the scaou is overThere is nota fooiof the ground that is not made to yield something If there area few feet between rows that seem otherwise to be idle tjolatoesiirc planted tbere or if uot something else equally as valuable Fertilizers are used and every means arc employed to gets good yield Another weeds are permitted to grow on that farm As coon as a weed shows its head above the ground Jt Is at once pulled up by the roofs Itwas our pleasure to visit this farm a few days si nte ftad itwas a leas era tbat we shall not soon forget It fe just such a farm sis we abound like to tiW8 lt crane us feel altlieridirwtt45 r fled with being an editor Good farming pays Mr Riggin makes it pay and other men who till the soil would do well to take a few lessons from him in farming Glenns Graphic Abandoned Congressman RIchardson of Tennes see puts his finger on a very sore spot of our national body politic when he calls attention to the peril now con fronting and menacing the Monroe Doctrine as the result of American im perialist policie- sIt is undoubtedly true that we can no longer consistently forbid the inter ference of Europe in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere nor can we re sent a foreign acquisition of territory in our half of the world The basis of the Monroe Dnctrine was necessarily found in ourtefrainiug from interfer ence in European affairs and from the acquisition ot territory In theEastern Hemisphere We have ourselves de stroyed this foundation and the Mon roe Doctrine falls shattered because of that destruction There is at the present moment an uneasy belief in the minds of the ad ministration chiefs in Washington that Europe is contemplating action which shall serve notice on us that the Monroe Doctrine is no longer regarded as being in force It is said that sever al foreign Governments are making puns for the establishment of coaling stations In the proximity of South and Central American ports Germanys colonial work in Brazil is causing the gravest anxiety to our Government There is every reason to believe that Europes announcement of disregard for the Monroe Doctrine will be defi nicely made in the near future And when this announcement comes what will be our argument In reply We cannot demand of European Gov ernments that they shall still remain bound by an American doctrine which no longer binds the American Government We cannot rightfully command Enrope to keep hands off the Western Hemisphere when we have ourselves laid violent hand on large territory in the Eastern Hemisphere We will be in the wrong in such a controversy We have been in the right hertofore because we held to our part of a doc trine forbidding European expansion in our direction Allwe can do now is to declare war on Europe in support of our determination to remain preme in the Western Hemisphere This existence or menace of war will never be absent hereafter And for whit do we pay a price so appalling in its meaning of the waste of American blood and treasure For a miserable group of islands in the Orient inhabi ted by some 8000000 Malays who will fight against us for generation after generation until we hive exterminated them from the face of the earth Our present position represents the most stupendous folly known in the history of nations St Louis Republic 1n a Nov Role hlA Washington telegram says that Heary E Youtsey serving a life term ifor complicity in the assassination of Gov Goebel was yesterday granted a patcnt on an extention car step It is ifpjjoscd that ho perfected his patent ife a prisoner at the county jail The granting of the patent explains much thatwas mysterious while Yout seyairs in jail Several of the turn rrkeytthe county jail saw him busily enqagjefl with paper pencil and draw tfiitilniplemcnts on several occasions but Youlsey always hid thr nat their approach Through his imprisonment he was kept in No 9 an apartment set aside WI for mppnsJiinbrs and other government prisoner In the early fall before the ECSsSonraf the federal court he and Jim Howard were the only prisoners InVthaji pjirt of the jail It is be lieved that it was then that Youtsey did moat aptlijwurk Louis Beycr flays thdt he frequently saw him bending over a drawing He- never gotlxjlose enough however to tell just what the prisoner was doing One of the t ik ys said J For sbout a month Isaw that he acted funny when I got around hIs way He tfrWays glad a big piece of paper in the frost of him and a Pencil in his haiad but when I got eloaethe-eu paper would disappear beneath a news puper and hew uld beats tattoo with the p No rfrfdnJ know that he wasw ritiiK on9lhpetestCoucier JlMlD 1 LION EES fl F A LUXURY WITHIN THE BEACH OF ALL our next advertisement IIWatch which is the only form in which is SPICE o 1i by Pettigrew Former Senator Pettigrew has attracted attention anew since his recent retirement from Congress by his swift winnltg according to the news papers of a quarter of a million dol lars or so through the friendly tips of tine of the most prominent Wall Street operators Mr Pettigrew is a wan who has made many enemies but enemies and friends alike agree in ad mitting his picturesque personality- He worked his way Westward in the strictest sense of that phrase He was taken by his parents from Vermont to Wisconsin as a boy and after he had by laboring hard out of hours and living cheaply obtained a college education and a legal training he push ed on by himself to Dekota with just seventeen dollars In his pocket The Territory was at that time more in need of men who worked with their hands than those who trusted to their brains alone aud he entered hU new home as a laborer attached to a surveying party ID did not take him long to discover that a harvest was taming to those who knew how to reap it from the rise in land values He accordingly set up a realestate agent surveyor and convey ancer at Sioux Falls Out of this busi ness grew a profitable law practice and an opening in politics soon offered Itself which led iu due course to the SenateIn Pettigrews Western home they tell a story of which illus trates why he so rarely failed in any task he had set himself lie was once engaged in a land tran saction in which a tangle arose and he and a rival claimant were left oa the same footing as to equities of the case everything depended on who should make his filing first at the dis trict land office Mr Pettigrew boarded a train at once for the place where thisoffice was situated but he noticed seated in one of the cars a man who had some repu tation thereabouts as a land agent and whom he suspected of having been hired by his adversary to tile on the land as a proxy When the train was within a few miles of the land office sation Mr Pettigrew hurried forward to the cab and after a short conversa tion with the engineer induced to slip the coupling that attached the tender to the first car The locomotive steamed Into town and dropped Its enterprising passenger who ran to the land office and made his filing while the engine was back ing down and connecting again with the train which ithad left standing in a cornfield When the other man ar rived he found that the formality of filing bad just been completed Henry E Jenkins former Mayor of Bowling p Green died from j Macss bsusedijy an Grerheiirtyvegatabled- innnetHwas married only a few days before S J THE lion does picket duty for you I and prevents adulteration and impurity from entering into your pack age of LiON COFFEE When you buy an unbroken package of LION COFFEE you have coffee that is absolutely pure strong and invigor ating A single pound makes 40 cups No other coffee will go so far You will never know what it is like till you try it LION COFFEE is not a glazed compound but a pure coffee and noth ing but coffee descriptivelistbysimplypackages this excellent coffee t Outwitted Government him him SundaySchool Convention Program of the Adair County Sun day School Convention to be held at Union Saturday July 1901 What do we understand to be the design of Sunday SchoolsW H C Sandldge and Jo N ConoverIWhat are the indespensible qualifi cations of a successful Super ot end eotW W Bradshaw and C T Trip lett What are the best plans for securing the attendance of Teachers and Schol ars Tobias Huffakcr and MiasFanti Smytbe How may prompt and genera per ticipation in the exercises be secured F R Winfrey and Mrs Georgia Shel tonWhat kind of lesson review is mot profitable for the schoolsU L Tay and II C Baker What is the best method of getting Scholars interested in the lessonTo L Hulse T F Walton W P Gordon and Jno W Denny The choir at Union arc appointed a committee on music The Speakers name will be allowed ten minutes to speak Volunteer speakers will be called for on each sub ject and will be allowed the minutes each Exercises to begin promptly at 930 a J R HIXDJIAN JoN oxon J P DOIIONEV II C BAKER U L TAYLOK How to lie Popular Contribute of your best to the pleas ure of others Study the character of each and sympathize with each in troubles or joys however small says Womens Life Be gentle in speech Never retort with an angry word remembering that the second word makes the quar rel Govern yourself guard your temper avoid moods and pets and sulkiness Do unselfish deny yourself and pre fer others readily pardon any seeming lack of attention Beware of the scandal monger and shut your ear to what ought not to be repeated Cultivate cheerfulness and amiabilU ty A smiling face chases away gloom SLY pleasant and kindly things when you have the opportunity- Be not intolerant agate to differ in opinion and refuse to turn loud in die cussion Kerncmbcr that your best friend is jour mother and have nothing to do with those who think otherwise Do not expect too much but forbear and forgive Ddnotchargo a bad mo tive when a good one is conceivable Do not monopolize conversation or attention and do not talk too much of your own affairs There is a limit to peoples interest In your concerns Lock Jaw E HHardin China Springs Tex S35IQoe large dose of Moreley s Wonderful Eight cured myV mare ot lockjaw Itvttis a wonderf cyreind saved me a 6500 animal1 Sold by ajceut in every town Braid Leaks True love never dodges dodges pover tyLove softens a crust but bate spoils a of action is worth a week of explanation A face at the wiudpvv is bitter than a friend at the bar A great many people grow crosseyed looking at themselves A little lock of golden hair binds many a man to home and God Some men go through life with their definitions of character and reputa tion badly mixed Women often merry men to reform them but men never marry women for that purpose This is the differ ence between women and men Seven Years in ned Win wonders ever cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Law rence Kan They knew she had 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 a new person Women suffering from n e a d a c he Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is guar nteed Only 50i Fur sale by T E Paull Mayor Weaver of Louisville has given orders to the police that all forms of gambling carried on in the ci ty must cease at once Saves Two From Death lOur little daughter bad an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W K Havi land of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our neicc who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonder ful medicine and today she is perfect ly well Desperate throat and lung disease yield to Dr Kings NeDis co very as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds 5pc and 8100 bottles guaranteed by T E Pault Trial bottles free Charles Sellers a young business maublew his brains jutwitha revel ver at Birmingham Ala A Good Cough Medicino It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use itKin their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction Cotdsyself and customers says ttrugglJltfjold- smith Van EltCJN Y ssh It al gqUSRlltdkuly yfeTHiHlyrjtafor 4pF t fil1h1 ltl6dtiakiil iitlaYi lnd Cravens it very efficacious For sale byM t4 t TUB ADAIR COUNTY IHIT Published Every Wednesday YTHE = idairSounty Rewsfio r INCORPORATED 6CHAS Si HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper deroteil to the Intt ests of the city of Columbia and the people c Adair and adjacent countiM Entered at the Columbia Postomcoassecon das mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONE SIX MONTRS5tSTRICTIY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 v ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE Woareautborized toanaonnceT F GOWEI candidate for the office of County Judge or Adair County subject to the action of Democratic party FOR COUNTY 3LEBK We are authorized to announce PT COOLEY a candidate for the office County Court Clerl of Adair County subject to the action cf thi Democratic party p FOR SHERIFF We are authorzeb to annouoee R FEES a candidate for Sheriff d Adair County subjec to theactioK of the Democration party FOB JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES ABR ELL candidate for Jailer of AdJir ty subject to theaction ofthe Democratic ar ty FOR ASSESSOR We are auhorizsl to announce MR C JEFFRIES candidate for the cffico of Assess or of Adair county subject to the action of ihi Democratic party Tho Good Roads State Conven tion will be held in Louisville Thursday and Friday of this week The Kentucky Court of Appeals has adjourned for the Summer Tho next meeting will be tho 16th of September The republican party is threat cried with a split The hull of this organization has struck the Groggy rocks of protection Rev Franklin H Keerfoot a noted Baptist Divine died at Atlanta Ga last Saturday His last work in Kentucky was at Louisville The Court of Appeals holds that tho State Board of Health has no right to deprive G W Murphy an osteopath of Bowling Green of his license to practice medicine Tho Court of Appealr refuses to grant the petition of Caleb Pow ers attorneys tor a modification of its opinion reversing the verdict of the Scott Circuit Court Elkhorn Valley in the Pocahon tas coal field district West Vir ginia was visited by a cloudburst last Saturday night Six hundred lives were lost and much property destroyed A few pie hunters are mentioning John W Yerkes as the logical candidate for the Presidency Dr Deboe is iii line of promotion why not take him He is a very good size man The Democrats who are seeking and devising ways and means to bring victory to our party in its next National contest should make up their minds to supprtour par ty nominees The negro who murdered police man Crum at Danville several months ago will hang tho Court of Appeals having sustained the judgment of the lower court Goy Beckham will now fix the day for tho entertainment rho third party movement is a failure before starting There are but two parties in this country the Democratic and Republican They will be the contending forces as long as trees grow In different sections of the South the negroes have a secret organization formed for the purpose of assassinating white people The murdering of Poster in Louisaua developed tho whole plan A few necks of the lawless hands have al ready been stretched and it would i result in good to thacOl their white cousins were ntryifI likewise In out i has neverbeenaband of maratting negroes that a white man waftiiot- yf theinstigator of the organization p l Y Senator Jones of rkt Chair of the Democratic National Com mlttee has been in Washingtot He talked freely of the political outlook lint said he wished it un dorstood that he made no pretens of representing nnybody but himself in the opinions oxpressetHt thinks that tho next session of Congress will devote a great dea of tithe to the Philippine question with which the Supremo CHirt ha said Congress alone has power to deal and that out of the discus sion will grow the principal issue of next years Congressional can paignOught the Constitutioi to follow the flag Senator Joue thinks the Democrats will take the stand that we shonld not control any people who are not considered good enough to enjoy all the right and privileges of American citi zens that we should assist the Filipinos to set up an independen government notify the powers that we will brook no interferensi with it and then withdraw our flag from the Philippines but be lieves that a majority of Republi cane will stand by the program of holding the islands for the money that can be made out of them He saul that the Democrats woulc fight the Ship subsidy bill whicl he expects to see pushed to the front again just as hard as ever that he doubtedwhether Babcocki much talked of antitariff bill would ever get out of the Houst Ways and Means Committee auc rather ox ected the order of the trans continental railroad bosses to smother Nicaragua Canal Legis lation to be obeyed by the Repub lican leaders The merchants of the city of Georgetown will have during the week of July the 22nd their firs Annual MuiSumnier Fair Horse show and Carnival The amuse mentsand promotion under direc riot of the Tho Olympian Carni vat and Oriental Exhibition Company There are no doubts as to the entertaining features of the above and while it will require much money and heroic efforts it will doubtless redound to the good of its promoters and the welfart of Georgetown and Scott county The Democrats o f Virginia should look at the condition of thIS State since we indulged in a seated fightamong ourselves The ontest for nomination between lontague and Swanson is very spiritedIt is bitter and in our udgment the former is the aggressor The best thing that could lappen to the party and the State would be to drop them both and give Mr Eckles the nomination Je is the man of the three Dr Clark charged with murdering Mies Cora Walker by a crim nal operation gets a new trial The crime was committed at Stur gig Union county and the doctor ras given ten years It will be membered that the young ladys weetheart was with her in Clarks office and shot and killed himself mmediately after the girls death ailing across her body Fifteen persons comprisethe Republican Committee of Henry ouuty and ten of that number are postmasters A trust has been formed by the aggregation for the purpose of ousting Mrs Gertrude Sanders who is postmaster at New- Castle Dr Deboe is very much nterested and wants J P Gray to uperceed Mrs Sanders Tho infant Industries under tho protection bou n ty policy lave become so powerful that oven laity leading Republicans are alarmed and are open advocates ofa change iu the tariff laws un IT which they have prospered The corner stone for the new laconic Temple was laid at Louis vllle last Monday with imposing Ceremonies Gov Beckham and Grand Master McChord spoke the latter delivering the oration JOPPA Kint Bryant and Horace Young are on the sick list S PSullivan who has been sick for some timer is able to be out again Ell Powell and Horace Jeffries made their regular trips to Glensfork Sunday Wm Taylor EUStrauge tend Chas Yiibourue of Glenefork1wre here 1st week on bUBineee Wheat Harvest isln full bkt and the souad of the reaper8 w be heard DlldlractioM TlutroUowlB UachftnB vein ratal ve hft pay free l e as follows Ibbfe Fall H J Conover Conover 0 B Jeffries Rainfall C E Willis Zion Horace Jeffries Gledsfork BE Montgomery Barnetts Creek Miss Min rile Marshall Pleaeant Hill Miss Minnie White Clear Spring Miss Mary II olladayDunbar Dr Thos Jones and Wattersoc Powell are collecting nice bunch ot hogs The Joppa Base Ball team has reor ganized and are now anxious to cross bats with any team within one thous and miles of this place Eld W G Montgomery preacher two interesting sermons Sunday 001I at pleasant Hill in the forenoon one at White Oak in the afternoon Mr T P Jeffries was painfully but not seriously hurt last Sunday by bein thrown from his buggy lIe received a deep cut in his head but at this writing is very much improved Uncle Solomon Turpen preached a very interesting sermon at 8h Huh last Sunday FELIX Quite a crowd from this place attend ed Children services at Russell Spring last Sunday Miss Mary Foley visited Misses Lila and Laura McKinley last week There has been Sundayschool organ- Ized at Concord with forty pupils Mr Strong Hill and wife of Grady vllle were visiting relativci at James town last week There will be sacramental services held atClear Fork church next Sunday Misses Sallie and Jane Bernard visit ed near Wesley Saturday and Sunday The Concord school will be taught by Mr J M Flanagan this Fall Mrs Arminta Rexroat of Mo visit ed her brother near Jamestown last week Mr Willie Chrisman and wife were visiting on Clear Fork last Sunday Sores Two From Death Our little daughter bad an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writesMrs yo K Ilavi land of Armonlr N Yj but when all other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our Deice who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonder ful medicine and today site is perfectly well Desperate throat and liing disease yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as to no other medicine on earth Infallible for Gtiughsand Colds hoc and 100 bottles guaranteedby T E Paul Trial bottles free The Connecticut Mutual does not write a loan policy nor a tontine policy It is an annual dividend company If you want to know all about the differ ent policies written call at this olllce LOW R75TES TO CHLIFORNIH VIA gig IOllr On April 2nd 9thlCth 23rd and 30th 901 special one way Colonist Tickets 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 gents Big Four Route cr address the undersigned W J LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville K- yTHE THREE TOES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN exclusive High Grade Boots aaitlSlioes onolNTons New Designs l o oct fitting Modern Shoes 31G Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KY jhasRosenfleldBro GENFHAL COMISSION MERCHANTS 25 West Jefferson LouisvilleKuV Shipments of Eggs Butter Qer oultry solicited BEFKHENCES and man Insurance Bank Bratdstreets Agency Adams Express Co i YOU CAN PATENT letiCAEATTRADEMARK AttpINKwO SIIOOtJPMMLrW7IN WASH NCnOND c J J FOR JONES CHAIN MOWERS AND JONES LEVER BINDER Cultivators Handmade Saddles and Harness and the FISHER Buggy war anted for 12 months J W JCIMJNColumbia Kentucky GT DLiCKLEY Pt3NCt a MipeMent Tobacco Warehouse BLAOKLEY HURST 0 ATJOTIO M SALES DAILYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY lour Mouths Free Storage Mark Your Hhds INDEPENDENT IIOUST CHAflPION IS THE BEST IT JDRHXtfS THE BAR PUSH tho THE WHEELS WILL NOT LIFT FROM THE GROUND WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Mowers Binders Hay Hakes Cultivators Dont fall to see them and our prices Our stock of General e nehn tae complete our prices all right Remember the old stand Wt1EFlT wmiimjvis Montpelier Ky- TjZZElili SP IfiGS HOTELt GORDON MONTGOMERY 4t eJrSeJTa ft1tJIlW COLUMBIA KY Will practice In Adair adjoining counties Collections a specialty fl Office up stairs over Paulls drug StoreYETINERY SURGEON Iistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or Any sur clasrwork dono atfair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION lam to take care of stock- S D CRENSHAW uiilo from Columbia on Disappointment BRVNERC0 WHOLESALE PllO DUCE DEA L EBS We charge no commission on Butler Foal try and Egg Alsa guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WiMore Hotel 1 W BI WLLMOKE Fropt Gradyville Kentucky 1T NO pltbaftatGood IM1er a firetekleR- teWe 4estMhed Ratee very rHw pe4- DHURST This Draws bar Added Traction i and get s and and I fixed and KIAIBLE KY IZrOS Is now open for the travelin lj the year round It isa large commodious building as the picture in heaves and is run firstclass in every particular ca00 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro Nwly Furnished American PI in uco1 Per Day 3lic o8fe s 3Cotci MEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr PARSON MOSS CO COLUISIBLt KENTUCKY We arc prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We hay been In the buslnessfor 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We wilt take country produce at market value Give Us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co fHll1flSIPACKING BOJLER TUBES Wet Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goals f for Water Gas and StearnY IHFrand FaGtofUSUppIi6SX- ea il po or uddress THEPRENSOTT MFG n9 JKCORPOHATP J IeulevlllgBatLll ty ir TURNER BROS LYON DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES fiND GflRRIflGES Can bellsville Kentucky They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at short profit Write for further information or call and see them DEER INC BINDERS TWINESa lMOWERS i RAKES epaitts if You Need Them 3JBUGGIES i HARNESS Vi N SADDLES BRIDLES f German MiJlet Seed Stock Peas 5 FARM VAGONS- CULTIVATORS Get our prices before buying We will save you money Wm F JEFFRIES SON Ido TO COOK STO SAND HARRY B DYNE R and New L HKLLL Tin Roofiing COLUMBIA HARRY FORrIachinery SecondHand M OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Kentucky r ISTACLiHiLU 1527Your WatchI- S OUT OF REPAIR SiaA it to us we wll repair it for you at aslow- a cost as good work will permit and warrant it TO GIVE SATISFACTION- We also carry a full line of Watches and Jew clry of every decrilUnn Send for catalogtieor call whim in city Engraving FREE IRION GIRAHDET CO iOl iY tItst Louisville Ken tnckr If you Want good returns for your money insure lifein ills Connecticut Mutual Lifo Insurance yourIFor further particulars apply at this officerl Farmers Farmers I am prcparfaTtotalioyourordersfor rr Hyd rauljc Rams V iiJirow wntcT frtm yoSr springs to kXOUrli o barn Can also furuisli ApuntSof airy ETjid cheaper than ever Write toioe iitiCoTumblaTorcsllmates or rill andle tnc Jit the Marcuin IIo telr 1tlir tritlp YyOOD 4 New Carriage and Wagon Shop i 1 have leased the B Q Eubank stiiip MIl will give r Cat rriase St Wagon lAfocii sptclul attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro dire taken in return foiework S FEciB N K r fk i tc 1 r A i LltiPERsoNAL MENTION L Mr Ed IIu hes has returned from Oklahoma r W S Barker was inCttmpbe1 Is vine1r Monday Mr D M WilllawsVas n Colummelast Thursday vMr Tom Dillon was In this commu nity last Saturday Mr J W Johnston was at the Russell Springs Monday Miss Gertrude Grady will return from Burksvillc this week Mr IL C Maker retu ned to the Russell Springs last Monday Prof G P Dillon of Gradyville was in Columbia last Saturday Mr Arthur Robinson Green county was In Columbia last Friday Messrs M Cravens and T C David son were in Jamestown last Tuesday soSn Friday t t Mr C S Harris and Mr Cravens arc in the Wayne county oil belt this week Mr Sam Wolfgrd and wife and Miss Lillie Eubank met Mr J H Judd Campbcllsville Dr U L Taylor and his grandson Master Earl McGarvey were In James town the first day ot court Miss Della Baker of Cumberla county was visiting relatives in C0the lumbia last week L Mrs Jas Garnett Jr ud litt daughter Frances will arrive from Missouri tomorrow Dr W T GrIssom returned from Oklahoma last week He gives a glory ing description of the country I Mr T McCaffrec the County Surveyor is in Louisville and Cinch nati on business this weekcMrs DJ Schooling after a months visit to relatives in Lebanon returned Cto Columbia Thursday night X Dr Jas Triplett and his little daughter Mary and Mrs A B Go dy Campbellsville arc visiting in t6 community Capt n F Powell and wife of Junction City are visiting Mrs Pow ells mother Mrs A G Willis who is quite sick FLebanonconveyed home last Monday night He is a very feeble maniMr T Wood and daughter of Danville and the Misses Wood Leb 11anon will arrive today to visit the family Judge Garnett Mrs Lucy Jackman and daughter BreedinIg tyreturned home last Saturday Mrs Kizzie Murrell was taken quitev ill last week and did not start on her Texas trip She will be in Frankfo tiitse tofRedday enroute to Frankfort to be pres be ent at the Darnell Nell wedding of which takes place today n IiLOCAL IItJFarmers arc cutting wheatT coltte FJudge Jones next court will beMi Rlank LeaseS printed on 2t pound paper for sale Mr S F Eubank will build iTwood at lugiojJVnc20Address the Secretary if you want t stock in Columbia Oil Company SRevesting sermon at the Methodst church Monday evening IILastamination days Ooly a few teachers before the Board BITS AdmarepriceiOne of the most agien opportunity to go to another Mr MrW Wheat of Tartar sold tocl spantwoyear of so nitrely eeTheand will soon have It completed a pllumblaFurnlon the ground Jloor Isenberg building en bastardytrial Satar case day resulted in a hungjury three and there The water Is very line At Russell Springs this season aQd health seek hitIOllSJr x The Fourth of July win be ceteb eclat Mt Pleasant church oae thlssideof Esto Russell county A number of speakers wlll bepreeenb null ofDfrtMitheground 1 Blank Leases for sale ready to man 100 for 100 and you pay postage Good oak bedsteads for 92 50 Colum bla Furniture R Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building All members of the Columbia Tent Maccabees No 38 are requested to et In their hall Friday evening at 730 Last Friday was the longest day of the year and Sunday was the hottest the mercury registering 93 degrees in the shade Thwillhere Thursday night also on the fifth Sunday night The latest news from Dr F A Ta lor who was shot at the Springs th maatsoon be able to leave his room Our accounts are due the first of July All persons owing us will please call and pay RUSSELL MumtELL EldL T Williams preached two interesting sermons at the Christian church last Sunday forenoon and ev ning Large congregations were on tMuch of the wheat in Adair won t will be harvested this week A crops have already been cut It generally thin but the grain is good handRussell Springs the first week in preparleell Mr Henry Barker the young man wellknown here and who was reported dangerously ill several weeks ago has about recovered and will perhaps come to Kentucky at an early day Prof A U Ballard and wife of t will spend several weeks dart the summer in Russell county Th ep boarding with the gentleman has their farm rented two miles fro Jamestown KnightsIs p He gathered up the paraphernalia be lunging to the defunct lodge at this place and shipped the same to headquarters One day last week James M Lewis air Play found a terrapin with Z name cut on it and dated 1881 Mr Rowe has been dead several and no one doubts but he placed bis name on the terrapin twenty years ago Codillgroom was a very elegant affair quitec Ibeingwas spread and all present passed a dellghtfulcvenlngt feertschool this place died at McKinneyl Lincoln county last Wednesday He was fortyfive years olb and was a ve rythe successful physician His death will received with sadness by a numbert his old schoolmates Mr J B Barbee and wife Henryt and wife Mr J T Barbee and others composed a fishing pa who went to Green river last week theyquite a number of very fine ones Be sides what they consumed in camp they brought home a sufficiency to do them several days r M Rey Yarberry yf this com munlty who accepted apositlon in the Folding Department of the Govern ment Printing otlice Washington several months ago has been promoted the instance of Congressman Boer He now has a position in the House of Representatives tat a salary 81200 per year A great many people are evident ripe for the Fair and at present the outlook is good for a fine exhibtion premiums to the amount of t and fifty dollars have already been subscribed and this class of prem toms will reach four hundred dollarsIJ a few days Mr Hudson will be work on the grounds Farmerssho begin at once to shape up their stock We venture the assertion that in thedue air county clerks office there is a statement put to record that a dupli cite of which cannot be found in office in the world About one o Bill Williams of color known as Sweety applied for marriage licenses T C Davidson was the deputy at the time When the question came what is your occupation Bill answered A crap shooter and itwas recorded name Hustonville has be known for one hundred years but change comes Some one outside has made a kick and the FISta Postmaster General has notice that on the 29th of month the name will be changed Huston The people of Hustoiw e blue over the announcement will petition the Department not to change the old namebMr Nathan Wood who pas put up several hydraulic rams inthe ountye about complefcedjbis contract atthe sees of Judge and Jas tarneft Water sufficient for all purposes nthmileaffordIng a great convenience These ralnsareat tJy and incase irefJigyttreaousihb be very profit i JAMESTOWN Local Happening About the CnvitalotRusscUNotcJIorc READABLE TO Ttll1SECONCERN tellCircuitbusiness transacted drirlng the tSr ere were a number of imports cases upon the docket but for good and sufficient reasons they were continu until theOctober term crowd in town at the opening of 9the term was not as large as usu sellmostdone Wheat throughout Russell county is ripening and while it is generally thin there are several very good crops Commonwealths Attorney Aaron e joys the distinction of being ago farmer as well as an excellent lawyer He owns a farm in view of Jamestown bteatell be harvested this week and many oth frontewisofof es to very light The church building at Jamestown s Just undergone some necessary re and others are to quickly follow A new metal roof now dons the building and handsome carpets arc soon to be spread about the altar and down the aisles The carpets will be purchased by the young ladies and gentlemen of the community who gave an entertainment Monday evening of court rais ing a sufficient sum to make the purchase entertainment was an hspromptu affair but those who took gpart deserve especial praise for theI readiness eleU0womty people every body expressing them Joyofof are generally ented al and when they undertake to en tertain failure is never considered There are visible symptoms of oil fe ver in Russell count and those w believe there is hidden wealth In tbesigns bowels of the earth will soon be out securing leases The best informed men that if du AtceThe pike question was mention but there is no activity upon this su ject It may he that in time a pikeIwill be built from Cumberland lumbia but a faster gait will havef be started tban the one that is now The pike would be a great andrbeneficial enterprise if the peopet could see it in that JlghtCJThe people of Jamestown arc gencr y healthy Col J E Hays perhaps the oldest citizen of the place is in a ble condition but he is able to be QTuesdayproceedings He does not attempt IJtimespeaking to Dr A DL Jackmad In the presence of a News man he said Ill you doctor the Republicans- sthi county are in the majority but I adrwhen it comes to personal appearance ey are not in it with the Den crats Moving about the square two gent Saingfor quite a number ofyears Mr son Blankenship and Mr Green Selby two of the oldest citizens T are both past seventy but they are entjoying fine health and are Interestl men with whom to talk Mr Bla enship will visit his son in Texas an early day remaining In the La bbyFalyth Jamestown has a citizen in the per acoometThe ycrysuccessofulmercantile business he is the Done glargely uf Jamestown He Is cmanandhsto fdrdtalinfofthhisfellusrut What he is entitled to he wants whatrIsdue you from him you are sure hi get Russell county will never real untilepasses from the s igo of actiontwOn the Fourth of July there will te an all day meetjng at Freedom Church between Jamestown a nt Rowena Prominent speakers will be present d dinner will be spread upon the ground It will interestpeople for miles and a large crowd will be In attendance gionColtheum a t6 givsDuring court the Patterson Hotel was from bottomto top tad foBlecand a untyhavecounty offices lmta meeting will be If held at an early day looking to that Several members rrtfc p arty expressed themselves as belag san ninentinue udidrE AvTayfor who tbot tad tITpryllllt frill will likely recover The fjyc have given hundred thousand dollar bond as easily as the one be furnished Mr W C Gridtfr tact us in his usual cheerful mood renewed hissubscrip tion to the News and asked about t health of his Adair county friends Mr Grider is an enterprising citizen who resided at Esto He deals in stock generally has something for the market and the money ready to hand MrEDthere was very little stock on the ket They are good traders and the value of a heifer at a glance and F J who are peoplemAdair county were mingling wI yaredinterest in every contest They a I3alcounty A M Jackman who is perhaps the most noted physician in Russell county was mixing with his numerous friends In his earlier days much his time was devoted to writing ptoductionsdthe author of a book of poems that for simplicity and sweetness the learn bards do not excell He is an inter viiieating conversationalist and takes great delight in relating incidents of long agowhen a boy climbing the Cumberland river hills Eld Arthur Baugh who is a minis ister of character and learning the fa vorite of every body in Russell county was found in his office At the death of his father he became the countyI court clerk and he is filling the si tlon to the satisfaction of everybodpOn Going into the office gives him an op portunlty to wind up his fathers ness and while he is kept pretty busy his duties as a minister are in no wise neglected His lifework is mapped out and before many years if we read distfm guished preachers of the Christi church T R Morrison is not eligible for ction to the office of sheriff or he uld doubtless be the candidate his party in the coming contest flees the reputation of being one of ti t officers in the State to every body and officially bis duties are performed accurately and impar tially He Is in love with his present position and four years hence if all do not fail be will again be ti of the nominating conventions for sheriff Lllburn Phelps the efficient won torney and other officials were met They were all pushing business a thebellshotpleasant reflections with them all glad outforReturning home a short stop at the Russell Springs The expects a number of boarders at and preparations have been made for as many as will conic Hon H C Baker wife and daughter Miss Ma mie are sojourning in one of th comfortable dwellings drinking heal ing water and arc readily supplied all the chickens and honey can consume The merchants at t are doing fairly well and will their stores for the Fair whi chunclewill commence about the last of Au In ciInInterest in Oil is Growing Last week the Columbia Oil Com paDiiss lawsoof the Incorporators being C Clra R mpson of Middlesboro The capital is to be 56000 divided into 600 dshares of par value of 81000 each Itscellent businesshey InW toone Adair County News office The anapurDkpa car gandleasingoflanends to- maroil wells for petroleum and the same Wm F Jeffries was yeiar ivens general manager company holds some valuable lands in Wayne county and In thecrattoD aid center of the territory now milesdis Brook and within one mile of a line connecting the two and directly on a ademany years It will be seen by an one familiar with the producing we Columbiahe um o to four miles of flofchances intoning producing wells arcal nine to one This company will use all Its effo itsThere and means to ascertain the value of its holdings at as early day as possibleD1 The intention of its promoters is to beaI Adnand to thoroughly test its territory A portion of its stock Is now on tile marR list the money thus obtained to bebebas used in immediate development Al ready quite a number have subscri- r Dell stock and the shares are going InOW those who are willing to take to good risk and appreciate the great possibilities of this business venture you arc inclined to take a chance onlyhaveIf subscribers to thesocklD at the same ratio a4 the P gibeThe HotMHbers of tbeClmpaoy book fthethe South and therefore with the bEaudoclghborthey oaHeve will wault by deref b1elnen6otIrpCepartr Good oak bedsteads for 8250 at Co lumbla Furniture Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building teComp in and give us a trial and if our work and material does not give you satisfaction it will not cost you any thing Coakley R Sims Bros Marble Workst Campbellsville Ky Little Grace Conover daughter of and Mrs J N Conover this city the recipient of a handsome vlolen HacoRll man who a of instruments in the community IfMelvin Judd who is a candidate for School Superintendent of Adair county was examined before andrehis papers for final action The young people will be entertain FannyeIgathering will be at the Stults rcsi iniStrayedTwo steersfrom my pre nit ses one has a white spot in forehe and a little white on his legs The other one is perfectly red They are two yoar olds both dehorned L B WILLIS JOPPA KY The Adair County Democratic Committee is again remimded that all the members must be in Columbia next Monday Important business to bring beforethe body All Democratic can didates are also requested to be present the first Monday in July there a Prohibition Party Convention tslhe courthouse at one oclock P M Some presentlespecially the ladies tatthe n andreis up a ce Bradley of Jamestown con ttrotted for the work He has several tehe oU5We have a correspondent at Valley who sends us a bunch of W occasiunly We are thankful for wU Tescribers who get their paper atCa toyGp intormatton1romtir at Russell Springs ten or toe days ago is that he is now consider of danger The wound was straight rou g h the right lung and callHoell ion from the start that the patient would recover Mr Ben Banks a native of Cane wasIh a Ile for a number of years was married to Smthistill briders Mr John C Mason who rest Madison county Ky Mr Banks tizen of Richmond and is engaged the clothing business Mollie Thomas of Milltown been visiting in Texas for the past six months was married ia t IJProfCross taught school at Milltown He has the reputation of beings very ex gentleman and his bride of Adair s best young ladies They reside permanently in Texas Rev W D Stevens of the Baptist Church and whose home is near Owen boro returned to his place of abode this week He preached several trial sermons during bis stay ia our midst proving himself to be a gentleman of learning and a smooth interesting speaker The church however did not decide to call him at tbis time The matter wilt ba taken into consld J and whatever Is done will be given to the public soon fThere were fourteen applicants for certificates to teach common Schools at VionGredyPieten lg POila cfirstclasstwo third class are more real good colts in to this section than have been seen f of years and baring accide- d disease three or four years hence air county will assume her old posl tion being full of valuable horsis F Paull inclinds to the belief that the finest colt In the county but this is not cpnceded by Basset Hurt Wm Dohoney Ed Hopewell and S Harris allot whom are willing W enter the ring for the honor Qbeenat andpyre to Tits company has handled a gnu t maoy staves since c began o milliIpgnara purehaseKTbeeo in the woodc and thousands thousands of stave will be gotten outUiiflfaU i LAWN PARTY MIss Sallie Montgomery Entertained Gracefully Saturday Night LARGE NUMBER IN ATTENDANCE Last Saturday evening the people of Columbia gathered intabout by his estimable daughter Miss Sallie several days previous Toe dwel ling was brilliantly illuminated parlors decorated with evergreens and wit llgnthellverat distance the whole scene wa beautiful and attractive picture begstavailable place was taken and a happier throng of the young Is nut often gotten together Icecream cake and wadMisses Myrt Staples and Pauline Cabcll The whDtrNetBakerSue Baker Elite Bradshaw Mary Har 1IfaryToddHatcher Pauline Cabell Mont Walford Bessie Coffey Mabel Wolford Fun itaplcsZlpahMyrtle Murrell Dell Mitchell bless rs Leslie Powell W H Flowers Rollin Browning Curt Bell Dr R Y IIin man Paul Siuy the Fred Robertson E Rowe Jo Pattesson Young flu rG KempWlJISquires Wallace Hancock J B Cof fey James Hughes Frank Hill Jo Coffey Trabue Wickliffe Tom Holla day George Walford Married Monday afternoon at the hour of clock Mr H Clay Wolford and Miss Robbie Fulks both of this place were Jamck CampIhis marriage was a surprise tom kaouwe lovers The groom is a son of the la Col Frank Wolford and is eloping bridehis is re NlvcasedRussell Spriujis Hotel This splendid house of entertainment is now open for health seekers The spring at this well anuTVn water- Ing place is popular throughout tne State for its curative powers and ti location is the healthiest in all this liqebreezeplied with the very best and charges quite reasonable Write to the under signed des1YM VAUOIIAN Great Reduction in MilHn6rgi In order to close out our eatiresto offcringoUatprices We dcorneills TIM BKADSIIAW wanMiss ElFlK BllADSIIAW Found at instfAll who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumor Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without roe II cine or the knife will please writeto Prof J S Chapman Glensfurk No cure no pay CluSdCfimdphave recently made countynorsCharley E Flowers 0 at 0 cents M L Gris sorn 11 at It cents Jo Murray 9 jit 5 ntsjHudsonHurt at 5 cents Charley Medarls 7 4 J cents Tom Jeffries 16 at5 cents Guroett ItatS cents Will II at v eznsZ A Ilulladay 20 a tat cantsit B at cents JfeFarland 6 at 5 cents A Robeurt son 22 at SI 00 R F Paull 4 a at 5 centsOatGeR F Paull 1 steer cenLcjWHlJeffrles Page lox 89000 Santo parties sold Durham Collins 113 hogs for972 9918utsraid list since last issue S D Earl ee Miss Starlight Smith Dr B T Wood Miss O M Reed W L Strange byIIattr L Humble W J Btu easily Benjamin Wooldrldge A H gUGa o T Selby T J Coffey F L Sell BerryMcKfnleyT R Morrison W H Ross A stWtloldrldgFarland G19atriherJEhIum S13radley Ynntoteea ry eetertitietgtilae ire a t iToaday It was a delightful affair ry rnacli joyed by all IceBorn NMi atHi tikeWere ado i At a fleeting of the Board of Direct WllMrCFair Association The enterprise will outlookanInteresting splendidwhyThe grounds arc beautiful and shady everything andamostInteresay paperbemost that is justly due and to that cdend we will state that Dr F A Tay proceedsagainst his wife Isabelle in Russell county stated In his deposition that be never had improper relations with wrongfullytaken after he was shot We knows nothing about the case put give this statement for the benefit of the wom an The court will judge all matters en the proof is read before him ecaughtistban in any year previous It is com mon for a fishing party to catch in one hunIty of the fish are cat many of them very largo Rule Jones has turned his thelastnumber to Columbia He waits to get toBFred Hatcher a seven year old son of Mr E J Hatcher this place had a weekTbehud tussel Fred has a speculative gameforAt tbii writing there was never a cO1utalmost see it growing GIIADYVILLE fromTweekre AmandaellOar Methodist people will have a Missionary rally in our town nextruesdayre are expecting- a good time countybought dloa car load of lambs at 4cts CampKuox Cr L Grudys line horses Mr J A Diddle has a new har vesting machine and he is using it early and late as he has a large crop of wheat to save C 0 Moss is improving the appearance of his dwelling by erect a varanda visitccounty Dr L C Nell and wife spent a in Edmonton last week Strong Hill and family returned from Jamestown last week Mary Flowers is spending ew days on Butlers Fork areIBIYates attended the social at Mr- S D Caldwells last Saturday nightRev P H Davis wife andJdaughter of Corydon Ky are visiting in this community Mr C S Bell and wife of Nell are visiting the family of G H Nell 5Mr Robert McCaffree our county Surveyor was horn last week Messrs Schooling and Murrell insurance men of Colombia were here last week Misses Kinnaird of Red Lick passed through here last week en route for Frankfort to attend the wedding of Miss Marvin Nell Wo had a very hard rain last week almost a water spout doing f washingak0 S Boll G H Nell and Dr bygg Ybodys alight of hand 4thblethere will be a picnic and general celebration at the Hindmau Sul = phur well two miles below this place TJncle Butler Wheeler is daDger iMjy sick to the wife of leo Vance n the 18th a rte Co Opgmtion t Ua eelingIl i lidJU ar1JorriIr- 1hrr ibIfI1 hi nIhJUJI erru1 Yalrliitt ChrlstIanGhurches The following is the program of the semiannual cooperation meeting of the Christian Church of Adair county which will convene at Smiths Chapel on Friday before the 5th Sunday in June 1901 at 730 oclock p m 1st Introductory Services W G Montgomery2d and Hindering the Gospel F C Shearer and F J Bar Organization and appointment of Committees 4th Queries presentedaSaturday Mormnjr 1st Opening servicesTobias Huff Does the Restoration movement- need reformation W G Stanley an Z T Williams 3d The Great Commission W G Montgomery and Leslie Bottom Saturday Afternoon fa1ster 2d Reports fnm the Churches 3d Reports of County Evangelist 4th Bacchus and Zloa Tobias Huffier and R A Hovious Saturday Evening 1st Opening servicesR A Ho vious o2d Divine Creed A H Baugh and J Shelby Rowe 3d Query Box opened Sunday Morning 930 1st Opening servicesA H Baugh 2d SermonW Y Stanley sub ject The only possible Method of iChristian UnionAfternoon Lecture by Eld Z T Williams Tonus IJUFKAKEIS F C SUEUEUtZ T WILLit tsW Husbtml jIf you have a weak nervous delbita t t wife do not scold or become imps ibntwith her Give her kind treat Int loving words and Mnrlcys Liver ii Kidney Cordial to renovate regu and strengthen her system and vill soon be your healthy happy TI al Price 81 Sold by agent InI c y town Tli News now nas the most complete awilmcntof stationary job material and quipmentsithasever had Wotvan please you If you need any thing iwour linceYou assume no risk when you buy Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea remedy M Cravens will refund youg soney if you arc not satisfied usIlug it It is everywhere admitted le the most successful remedy in use f r bowel complaints and the only one that never fails It is pleasant safe j and reliable Wonderful EightIn Cures cholera diarrhoea Colic crams lameness sprains lumbago j swellings neuralgia rheumatism andE tooihachc All pain intcrnal or ex Morelcyit s W nderful Eight than any other rem ed Ask your druggist nl Uiley Bailey of Bath county died thde and was never J sick a day in his life uniJ Didnt Marry For Money bs The Boston man who lately married happyOIJJnow for he got Dr Kings New Li Plls which restored her to perfe 1111 r VCHllh Infallible for Jaundice Bi h iPousness Malaria Feverand arid all Liver and Stomach troutles Gen intr tIe but cffectsvc Only 25c at Paulltxftt tlrug store The jury in the Lulu Prince Kenne Jf dymurdercase atKausas City brought igw nra1verdict of murder in the second d greened Used Mrs Kennedys iunl- sSiInieJtithycsrs b in the pcwteniiry iu tJw nncdy was made to marry the wo rtl farnim abut refund 10 live with her CU rtvas viskod at his olllco by his wife teas accompanied by a friend tu tuilr aiidwhco ho tId her pSlively that I JlCi he lout intend to fctjy under her Ian l Ui roof she shot him to death You have killed him her friend remarked tff if9 golig to where be lasMrs ttil dy JfH eYiim a kick saying as she to d bso1tYjiiIlvlll never ruin another tM o Ifin fU TitU Jcdrr Mrs Maggie NollD of Marshall cog c earoldeonearbtJJ l cy s 6 resulted it i x u Jirfr1cAfhl JI dn AA shorthorn 10 months old He is a good onetar4EkmKure GUlurnuaKy t l t sit t I I Famous in HUtory- ThefleeneMf Patrick H 6urys areat11pr all vu thdgt1tlp lluY iw 1 ne li a 1lost iatlillllll Htlf1 buildings in Ame ita lllllUeW cottrthoueo of tlfliltafllif g JwhichH deiribltI by Sir Christopher Wroii tho architect of St Pauls Cathederul and other of the most famous public edifices of England It stands today in an excellent state of preservation and looks very small compared with the ordinary county court houses of modern America but unlike many of then it is a chaste and symmetrical example of arch itpcture beautiful in its simplioi y The room in which the house of burgesses mot on that memora iris occasion is unchanged and is still used for judicial purposes Every Saturday morning a justice of tho peace occupies the bench nd imposes fines upon the petty offenders mostly negroes who ar brought Before him The remainder of the building which is of a quartersdfor the county clerk county treasurer and other localofficials It is an interesting historical fact that Patrick Henry wrote his mous resolutions upon the fly leaf of Thomas Jeffersons vnlume of Cokus Commentary Upon Littleton and it was from Jfef fersons modest chamber that this briefless barrister went to the lit tlo courthouses in May 1705 to deliver tho speech against taxation without representation which made him the most famous man of the hour andus notorious in England as be was popular in the American colonies Jefferson and Henry met a few years before at the house of Mr Dandridge the father of Martha Washington where they spent several pleasant days together and began a friendship which lasted until political differences divided them toward the end of their lives hen Henry came frequently to Williamsburg he shared Jeffer sows bed for the lack of money pay a hotel bill and their inti macy continued Jefferson ac companied him to tho courthouse aud being unable to secure en trance because of the crowd stood in the doorway and listened to truths and arguments that made an arrant rebel against the king and all others in authority Torrents of sublime eloquence Mr Jefferson observed afterward 1swept away all arguments on the her sido and the resolutions ere carried the last one by a vote- Jefferson was an intense admirer of Henrya oratory courage and wit but frequently expressed re ret for his lack of industry learning and conscience Shortly before his death while writing the reminiscences of his youth Mr Jefferson said of Henrys oratory I never heard anything that de served to be called by the same name aud where he got the torrent of language from is incon ceivable I frequently shut my while he spoke and when he was done asked myself what he had said without being able t recollect a word of iteMush Talk No War When William T Stead arous ed a sensation a few mouths ago by an article in which he predicted that the next great war of the world would bo between Great Britain and the United States over tho abrogation of the Clay Probabilicwore MI of the water Apropos the discussion of the ClaytonBulver treaty the only aty that diplomats have pro nouncol a foolish compact even though its provisions seemed absolutely necessary at the time of its ratifcation the London Spectator has some sound eense regard iug the practical side of the ques lIon The real point at issue is the resignation by England tp rightaiii the proposed Nicaraguau anal luring time of war Rgarding this proposition tin Spectator wisely observes that the canal will be worked by an American company every one of andocontrolled by American engineers oyory pilot will be an American Under such circumstances does any pnno man imagine that treaty or no treaty a power at war with America will bo able to use the canal A hostile ship might get as far as the great Nicaraguan nnfthe war was ever These baiug hefacts we Cannot see why we r should quarrel with America be uru we nid foolishly flmsi lilbhwfcM Vs9 nl pItJdlydrl + 1ri btttyiUFtitt rIb b 1tr11igele b1WIl btlliSjJ un exercise iu fact plaeIticalbe considered while both countries talkabout the glories of the situa tion England will suffer no loss of prestige over a sensible adjust ment of the differences The Spectator holds that England would not think of going to w n over the matter There nro to many other important iterasts i stake to let a theory prevent tl permanence of peace After declaring that thoro will be peace the paper observes that the abrogation of the treaty would cause discussion The natum might and no doubt would be very angry It observes an n aebe flung in the face of tbu Amwi cans as expressive of anger hut the country will not go to war on the question ofabrogationSti Louis Republic Tho War Department believes that Cuban independence will be established by Christmas The University of Glasgow Scotland conferred the degree of L L Don Andrew Carnegie Sarnl Marsey a wealthy farmer living near Bedford Indiana was struck by lightning and instantly killedCensus figures show that in the last ten years blacks have increased faster than tho whites iu Ala bama and Arkansas The Rev Drr H Whitsitt has been elected to tho chair of philosophy in Richmond College- at Richmond Va- In a spite of bravado William E Chase of East Liverpool OhioI swallowed some broken glass and died from the effects In a runaway at Anderson lad Miss Bertha Stewart jumped from 11byThe cable between Canada and IIandIt is said that 25 per cent of the young men who have applied for admission at West Point have been unable to meet the physioalqnal ifications Bertha Moore a pretty girl from Shelby county eloped to Teffcrsontille Ind with Henry Grumes a farmland in her fathers emploIThis paper and the Courier Journal 8150 per year Fox SALETwo nice heifers that will weigh 700 each also two fresh cows T P Moran Blis The Connecticut Mutual does riot write a loan policy Dora tontine policy Iof wantto know about the differ nt policies written call at this otllcc Beware of fast women aud horses wrote John Jenkins of Philadelphia before pulling the trigger and sending his soul to kingdom come lIea11hy Mothers Few mothers are healthy because their duties art so exacting The llrodety of pregnancy the shock cf childbirth and the tart of young children are severe trials on woman But with ofeCerdui within her graspevery moihe every woman in the can pay the of personal health she owes her loved ones Do you want robust health with its privileges and pleasures of Cardul will give It to you L fCAlIDUI strengthens lh female organs and Invig orates functions For every female or weakness it the best medicine made Ask your druggist for t00 bottle of Cerzui anabke no substitute under any circumstances Mir Mkhj WiaeofCirfulI tided mr a crcNwuLanIat4redwrthlabor aodfiito rax tdtle I lad cj coii Afcr ttaas Vice liis tirJand z oclr bourt aSe impnrf ccV yhatihllbankGodioiWbxctCarduL rvrrice ia = Th na rr aw DcsMe Theai111 Jack Balluu was found dead ntar a dill at Flat Rock twenty miles south of Burnside It is supposed he mctand with foul play and was sandbagged and robbed HIS LI FB SAVED By Chamberlains Colic Clioloni and Diarrhoea Kemody I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at onetime saved my lift says A E Lifi silo of Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I was In such bed shape that the doctor said I could not live When I was at the low ebb no tny neighbyrs brought in a mUle f Chamberlains Chollc Chitr a n Diarrhoea Remedy and I tukitan got instant relief I soon gitupand around That was nine years ago and lam still id good health Since then that medicine has always been in o house and always will be It is t best on oarth Sold by M Cravens Prof W IiYerkes of Paris has beeo appointed a United States Bank Examiner Ue is a brotberof Internal Revenue Commissioner John W YerkesA Terrible Explosion Of a gasoline stovfi burned a la frightfully writes N E Palmer of Kirk man la The best doctors could heal the running sore that fol lowed but BUcklens Arnica Salve en tirely cured her Infallible for Cuts Corns Sores Rolls Bruises Skin Dis eases and Piles 25c at T E PaulPs Justice J Hctscb former postmaster and editor of the Kentucky Journal died at his home in Newport la week from a stroke of paralysis A Warning Pain or soreness in the back must never be slighted Kidney diseases creep on us with only that one war fag Delay is folly when by the ti m ly use of Moreleys Liver and Kidney Cordial the great system renovator all danger can be avoided This edy m is a positive cure for Kidney at dly Urinary troubles Ask your druggist SI3SSR lir yrfiKaeqe FeMhhC ryOK IIMRMTA INI 4 II Fifty Cents a Year Less Than a Penny a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of moro or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter of a century The Sunny South has again become historyItover 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 rash ions hints for home keepers everything of interest to old and upThe ANTHONY HOEE now progress with full synopsis to cover former in stallments fin Rosalyndcs Lovers by Maurice Thomp interestthroughout CSubscripUoncommission The paper Is its own best offer and argument to the subscriber One sample copy free to you and to your six postalI tIestheThe Snnny South is your old friend in anew lormal J SouthsliteraryThe Sunny South in combination with the greatest of all amounttoLiterary the other News Address aUIettera and remittances to THE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GAL llllay Missionary AND S S CONVENTION Of the Russells Creek Associutlon to beheld with the Beech Grov Rnpttsb Churrb ail s North E s irdreons burg June2ih and J9rh 131 First Day 930 A M Devotional HrclcsJ W Oav Icy 050 What our cburdii in s cdI JE Scotland US Bell ALirrimtrs D B Gupton and E II Ilnlcrsdn The responsibility of the pastor as to Mission Work W S Dudgeon and T 31 Green AlternatesR B Wilson and J W Bagby What is MissionsJ W Crawlcy and J A Pierce AlternatesA L Ford and E F Tucker Will a church be a Missionary in Spirit with an AntiMissioiwry Pastor W B Cave and W W In ram ternates W M England and John Berry Second Day 9 A M How can SundaySchool bo contact ed successfullySam Crawler end M S Ferrell Alternates B S Kes r and J M Mitchell Things essential in good Icachioi in the SundaySchool B W Penick teal JM Coakley AlteraatrsJ Shrev Durham and W J Coakley The Relation of SundaySchools In Missions W II Graham and A W Curry AlternatesI M Grimslrj F Harrison 11 AM Missionary Sermon WT Underwood Alternate J W Craw ley I J W CJAWJWY B T KEssLEr T M GltEKN Committee Unnecessary Loss of Time MrW S Wheedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset 10 wa in a recent letter gives some expo rlence with a carpenter in his employ ntecb9nfsays a carpenter work stopIbedmendsimiarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy had itheme that one dose him aud he is again at his work For sale by Cravens Booker Overton of Shelby county was arrested and charged with steal Ing cattle They were found in the Louisville stock yards lie claims that he bought them dyHugh Chester and Milton sons of McAhan were drowned in a pond near Henderson while swim ming They were aged respectively 15 13 ond 10 years At Hartford Guy Roark son of Tfco Roark white being operated on by a surgeon for necrosis of the bone was seized with a fit of vomiting and strangled to death stCharles G Hulsewede of Louisville aged 40 years a lawyer and a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Attorney dropped dead Wednesday night areaeRepublican recruits in the South are not meeting with much success and in consequence efforts are bring quiet made to revive the Republican CongresslooalIrepresentation of the Southern States where negro suffrage is restricted This is regarded by the Repub lean schemers as a political necessity The Republican majority in the louse of Representatives must maintained The continued safety of the insular policy of that party makes this necessary I LIVE STOCK MARKET Repotted by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yaids CATTLE Extra aht in2Ltghtsh-lpping 4 75OQ- Best butchers 41pi Fair to good butchers r503 00 Common to medium btchr 2 60 rnuc packing and butch z ers tto 3G01bs 5 t5 Fair to good packing 160 to aoofcs Good to extra light I20to v 160 lbs 5JjO lifiIJEJ AND LUiUS jGfeod to extra shipping Sheep 3 L5J5 3 75 Fair COgoodt t1260u300Com Hiedlutn n2002 50 t rOJtS ALE Two cows withjbuog li itF W PATTERSON HELJAMESTO3isLI ISKY i I d J U BUCKNRK President NO A MI BUCKNER Vice President No J otter place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords con t section J B PATTERSON Proprietor J MBUCKNER Ja Sec y and Treas BUGlm Tobacco Warehouse So INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETING 216220 TENTH ST LOaSr CDLBrN PRIILATB SALES tOUK Mf NTUS FJKIS STOUAOE Indrprndea lIfitcs Mark yonrjlhds BUCKNER HOUSE w COaCOB N DJPROPRIETORS OF THE 1eba11011 Marble oS Worksy LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of i MARBLE GRANITE lFeedlStabJeU ESY f l ltlF GUARANTDEDSpccinlbefore We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WM P JEPPKISS Local Agent Columbia Ky THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 5 25000 OC 00AMOUNTAddress all correspondence to HOME OFFICE x LEXINGTON KY Goon TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS No other ckaae cot ie hoes so i Tar or 6ves such entire 1ai11aCtiOfl as- ARBUCKLES ASTED COFfEECoswon1Y3cent moro than this common kInd GIves moro and better thewraflcactione Hch plCk c r ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City N Y