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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS 4yVOLUME COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1901 NUMBER 34 POSTOJEVFICE DIRECTORY t J RuasetlPostmastor Office hours week days 700 am to 830 pm COURT DIRECTOJt sna VurTnrrreeois uyoar =Tnirtl L thirdl ptlay iirMnv and nL yn setltyabdr Clrcii Ju VI6h vrvnilb stWrtrwN1C tLitaroa Hurt pJtc0vHTY OCUI1rFirBt Monflay in each month JudgeJ Butler County Attorney Jas mettJr- OterkTIt Stults ailer II Mitchell Assessor Bradsbaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW Jones- CorouerLCoaard Fletcher Inr Rcfjularcourt second Monday in ach month JdgeJ W Atkins tome Gordon lIIontjtomeryI CRUnCH DIREQTOEr PRESBYTERIAN- s Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a mevetsabbath Prayer meeting every night MKT1IODIST B0nKsviLiil Rev WP Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer mooting Thursday night BAPTIST Rov l fA Services third Sunday ineaehm 13iadayscholevcry Sabbath at 9a m PrayerS aeetlng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in sacamonth Sundayschool every Sabbath at Prayer meeting Wednesday night nODGESIi MASONIC No F and MRcgug at meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moos in each month GAKEMP WM T R SruLTS Sccj i R No meet tlrstIondaynlghtIneachmoutht W W Secretary cstlI3vNz ci of HENRY W EBBLEMAN Ust4 laAnKETSTUaWSVCLLE1x of Also Dealer IndtFINE STETSON HATS AND AL OTHER STYLISH BRANDScos Remember the place 408 West Market Hancock fiotet BURKSVILLE STREEjso orColmnbia JUNIUS HANCOCK Prppcu wo 0CSTTlie above Hotel has been reCrttted repainted and is now ready o tbe comfortable accommodation o gibuatsthe market affords Bates reasonable in lood sample room Feed stable at tacbcdItCOMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KYtlJ HOLT MUGHAN Proprietors ly rpHB above named hotel was recently opened 000 mHoltsees that the table la at al times with the very best err efforts The vcrestsU unvenient tu the business houses FirswIIveryattached to Ihohotel Terms v isoniblc LebanonSieanl Laundry al LEBANON KY o n rnOROUGTItf agripped niiuu r 4 laundry plant conducted by exile fenced workmen and dcifiK as hi 1grade work as can be turned out any hJhomeRussell Taplor and Green solici- tedWJOfl8STONGOPro L L EEIk MILER Agents lColumbia KentucRj j and JnIPilfavorite because they are small ensil taken and do tkcir work quietly bat cffeetBall Own t3eo Sold by r HOW EXPENSIVE Our Special Staiuliuir Army Its Cost Work and Results Editor Rows Tin scrnfiisIt our government is op posed toa Isirifc Pantlirijr army in time of pciir OUr rc jrc as a rul ae op osed to such a policy This has been the case from the beginning of our history as a nation During the session of the Constitutional Coventl n in 1787 some one submitted a propos i Lion that it should be provided in tbe constitution that the regular standing army in time of peace should never ceed five thousand men Though this tailed to be adopted still our army has during all our history been very small except in time war At the breaking out of the Spanish American War it was only abont 25000 strong Even the present policy of havingone for every thousand of population is viewed with apprehension by ome of our people This would give us an army of 76000 The spectacle of the great powers of Europe with regular standing armies in time of peace varying from 300000 to 814000 men is very abhorrent to most of our people To support these immense armies im alein the world for so mighty nation But while this is true our government and people have been willing to maintain a special standin rmy of vast numbers and costl y char acter This army according to th most recent authority year book 1101contains 238683 regularly enlisted soldiers and to this number we ma add those who operate in a kind uerrilla fashion so as to make the total of this about 1menthose men who are not soldiers in tb In strict sense of the term but are cm plo ed by Uncle Sam to see that cer of his are carried 1Addofficers and we will have a grand total of at least half a million in thi army and n connection with it These must all be supported by tb tax papers of the United States This special army then is as large as some the great standing armies of Europe It exceeds that of Austria and that of the German Empire The cost maintains this army embraces many items ot which I will at of cLt t This for the year 1900 was acV cording to the lowest estimate 1172 493445 According to another it w figlist 81455380434 another makes it 1397 5914sO and still another 1500000000 The lowest estimate includes only the a direct cost of the regularly enlisted diers to when we consider the cost the guerrilla bands wo will dmbt find the larger csUmates more ac an But taking the lowest count an have a sum of mosey sufficient to payoff the national debt using the h now in the trcasujy and have troutirl ve to every man woman and child the United Stales 1540 or toa family of six a yearly pension of 9240 al it were distributed among the sev entysix millions of population At present prices it would give to every man woman soil child of the United States four barrels of flour or twenty cd ree onrre7s and more to every fami of six It taxes the People lit this nation at the trite of toed thadS1200 be per day This sum is ore than the value of the entire output of the United States in the same ar aud 400000000 more than the hole coin crop It is live times the rulucof the vhoK ol output tf the tuition six times the amount spent rllr publijfsdioolsatid nine Mines hew hae peiislon for the saint ytar greater yearly expenditure ihin wiIII made during the Civil tsar fur the four years of war rost 40b000000 AnahrccenIJ1 said in my preset c that if the money spent in conquers g i thePhiilipinc Islands were used im 1Yoving this r 1trl1twould make this nation n paradise The sum rptr n about 200000000 lnttvu an halfyrals lf thin would 1ak this hilIaUm1could bo madV of it wait 1172413445 inoueypir Tljis Is nearly Jill f our exports fir the yea r 19JOj Is 320000000 mur0 then RlJ nf our imiort In value It is j300000Jt urp than was spent In jtsveiy way for every tJrIllrilhjt1WllbleNUtd1H r L r JAIBOT- 4 d NoMy The Joker Will not Down United States Senator Chauncey M Dcpew finds it difficult to rise from the distinction of utter dinner speaker to the plane supposes to be occupied by a member of the upper housjof tit American congress A few days a u Mr Depcw allowed his UuigUj tl Jctll wlY Virh liiiirjind declared himself in favor uf a third term for the presldcnt This led Gcn era Giosvcuor tutu an indorsement of his position the latter making the mistake of taking Mr Depew serious ly The president was forced to get out of an embarassi op situation by a prompt repudiation whereupon Gener al Grosvenor began to explain It w ason then that the great joker refused to be convinced He returned to his subject and now declares that while Mr McKinley will not have a third term third terms will yet become popular Of course Mr Depewdoes not understand the American people He never has an opportunity to mix with the crowd save on the streets of New York city where the natives believe that Jersey City is a foreign country We have had no third terms heretofore and it is safe to say that we will have none in tbe future But this need not interfere with M Depews reputation as tbe greatdme ican joker Atlanta Constitution 21Congressmaa n John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee an n interview favors the nomination of 1gsays the nom Presefirre I made ita week ago I have been alYmfc For more than fifty years this country was ruled by the South and I am saris we can regain control It we go Gratsteep this direction should be the nomina flea of a straight old tashiuned South ern Democrat for President in 1904 man who says that tnc South does not possess an abundance of presides namesa dozen men or more say one of whom makeusawinniogcandidatee Then Mr Gaines mentioned theseI Morgan of Alabama Sena tor Cockrell of Missouri Senator Ca mack and exSenator Turley ofTen nessee Senators Culbcrsoa sail Bailey Texas Senator Bacon and Clar Elowell of Georgia Associate Justice of LouisianalAnd said Mr Gaines I1oU might add to the the name of John Marshall Harlan toIRepublican has enunciated floe old Democratic doctrines Iron the bencht more than onceqThe war is over and the South i integral part of the Union sail nu insular possession or a Porto tic besides havenD numerous e a Confederates served oa the bench of 0thetionsof Federal judiciary by appoio ment of both Democratic and Repub lican Presidents Also havent Ieers1ex Confederates served the nets of both RepUbllcank ice Demob cratlc Presidents Congress has beeng full of ex Confederates for thirty years Surely IfexConrder3tecan be erns lo make sad interpret laws tile can be trusted tooxccute thorn rherctfore my voice froth this lime on sballs for a Sou them man for President Crops Glass i goo i Fine growing weather The grape crop is very promising r The potatm crop promises to ie a loud inc to Crn is ratrrTim walnuf ami hickory nut crop Avlll be large iThe f keepilIt weeds doVnw v Thehot wtja liaputauende to the ravjcsior tTlec rlrnl littirlmmencedas s et u sjtne JIcJd s A litcri spoonful of ullprqunyal alspiliklr d qa srdsng tbiagu willa uliiiliycxtrinifiiatticabb mp worms It sUvuIil lit slip a jibrtitijjun d wuitvd UHJS or twu weeks fceLweca iVmes atiyutcrs Ilpr rtbftlgeoiIlldscln l ground ThUir riiiranthttlGuf- toil llletlhchih- Tt ttirwc 10 Ir nny HC 7tr r fROM THE PHILIPPINES SAN MAQNEL P L May 15 Editor of News It may be of interest to yonr readers as well as to my many friends who are teasers of yon valuable paver to know my im llresilIsof the inlands one I send this to your paper fpr the ed ification of its readers The Phihppincs are a bunch o trouble gathered together on tho western horizon of civilization They are bounded on the west by hoodooism and smugglers on the north by rocks and destruction the east by typhoons and non soons on the west by canibala and earthquakes The climate is a combination of electricalchanges especially adapted to raising Cain The soi 1as is extraordinarily fertile in producing large trope of insurrections and trechery The inhabitants are very industrious the chief oc cupation being trenoh building making bolos and knives and nn loading Remington cartridges The amusements are cook fighting monte theft and cheating ricerricerThe Filipino marriage erviceI is very impressive especially the clause wherein the wife is given the privilege of working as much us her husband desires The animal of burden is the caribou On a three mile journey only ten days tattoos is required but if the journey be for 100 miles tho driver usually dies of old age before reaching his destination The rivers are serpentine in their courses the water running in a meaner contrary to all known laws of nature Manila the Capital soil princi palcity is situated on Manila Day a large landlocked bay of water fullof filth sharks and Spanishsubmarine boats Cavite the next in importance is noted for its large number of saloons andchenos The principal exports of the is are rice hemp sick soldies andwar bulletins The principal imports are Amer er ammunitionrbeer and tobacco Malaria is so prevalent that on islandks have been shaken with u chill Luzon the largest island of trie 5group resembles one of old Louis lIo l scast off boots eetabtlished between the numerous is ands by substituting the mosqui for the carrier pigeon the mos being much larger and better able to stand the fatigue o journeyt costume consists o folxany years e age waits until next year for clothes tThe towns are an aggregation of shacks fullof filth fleas cur and disorder The dugs cats 1chickens pig horse fleas bed lice and family all Bleep to on terms of equality a The Philippines au enemytThe climatepleasant for tarantulas scorpins centerpedes and alligators dt The soil adapted to raieitl foul odors and breeding cf diseases The islands A God forsaken cannibalized Agninaldo infested blot on the face of Gods green earth The islands am1 nlinyH described th tjiu best ui uy kiivwkg uiu T llP s olJila will first tike upHuu ninth ajjauej I C ltalctllllaAilITU E STANTOlr J Cie EJII lfJngiUler 7 ill Magm4P 1 EIltr rIlutsor It flpe fJ lfJboy olijhjjttyxcuiiut y Uas t Iqi lig with yoijng cqlt rliMi tljU tPttoroftqlJ aujinuj beFilltltl tnr haytF oa could beTreudemU q TJioSqureme Ciut of ueeue see lids decided that women CJQs TiotinraciipxHaw iu tJltttBtlLtoJ Rl sox Lra iS tar alt ready to miil LUti Tor fJ 100 aud you pay m tafje y Black Made White Professor Marshall Johnson Kansas University says he ha discovered a wily to make colored people white Several month ago while exuuiiui ur tin nettr f an ulhill lrieltt lt LtrPuce 1tphLl PrrtffJf r it n discovereii strut g uov yenn the like of which he had iu vr fseen before aAfterrecovered from his disease Prof Johnson carefully examined a sec ond sample of his blood and again found this unknown germ He was thus forced to believe that albinism is a disease which maybe cured Up to the present time the al bino has been considered merely a freak of nature but Prof Johnson claims that his light col or is the natural result of a white blood disease to which he has given the name of leuctis This disease does not in any way effect the general health Like bald plthanTo demonstrate his discovery to alatedof DllesswhadQDrwas tried on a patient in the hoe pital an Irish mechanic named Wilder who was suffering from an iucurnble disease In this case the result was even more gradual ly altered until in about ten weeks he had before an albino with pink eyes colorless skin and white hairI A coal black negro was the next subject After being inocculated his skin bleachedslowly until i became an even Tight brown So far fie his color is concerned heI would easily pass for a colored person who had been tanned by pHised too stiff for thn germ to straight en and his eyes remained ther same He was iuocculated a sec Dud time but without any forth effect on account of the deep pigmentation of his skin Professor Johnson had that his discovery was of interest only to physicians and scientists but he has discovered himself to be the center of attraction for th colored race His laboratory is beseiged no night and day by negroes whoIJ wish to become whit- eJefferson Davis berthfpaperf splowing beautiful tribute to the Coufedcrato chieftain Today thousands will celebrate this natal day of him whom they stillregard as their chief their leader and their representa true It was not given to him to = lead a successful war to establish permanent republic to bo crowned astho hero of victorious arnfics and the founder of ay iu dpondent notion But among those noble martyrs whose lives dicatpd to causes which seemed noblestggifted Liberty h s her martyrs as well as her victorious chieftains The scaffold has of ten Ber e4as the pedestal upon which she gavn immortality to sythe 11tlnail honoree leis yutaptillt ivetl JJberty itqu puesi note lulin uiy mitrytf vi t guv6 fJto hN- pservice Ittrtna bravo 11 the brav ist as tenser us thtt Mb His piTdniiul gift dtiud virtues wereur tli lr0 nd rarest W wltnfIIwI1 him tsu claim him as clliNfttih lit u tr f gh ifle iinj with iininix d iqlj U private life 9tainlfri1en ileijiaii aiiij cansiatenC Clirittiun j illcorruptlullJUid superbin the Snate elo IKnt abhvaJld frank iii the Rodau nun lftJtdutiful In prospeniy siitiple g iierua iiiosfc utatiftua tl1teil1 j unmurmeriug always heroic lof t ofty selfpoised and lovinga maps among men a leader among leaders living without stain dy nowIIan open honk on white pig aF there is no blot The residence of D N VaUe il in tho suburbs of Louisville was destroyed by firo Wednesday night of last week Sallie Hurris old family servant was so ba frightened by the fire that she dropped dead v In a Desperate Plight Kansas CltyJuaa21 Thousands of people men women and children camping on the border of the Kow Apacee Comanche reservations in Oklahoma awaiting the opening of that land to settlement are in tute circumstances according to D J J McKenna who has just returned from this scene Twenty thousand men women and children are massed on the horde risand half of them are utterly destitute paid Dr McKenna Only a small have even tents to sleep in huddle under wagons and tree At least 5000 of them have been there year and a hall They went with x00 or 8300 and have made since they arrived Slmp- lwaltlngwaltlng There are h u n desperadoes on the border who picked out claims and will not sc to kill tbe successful ones i the drawing in case they have a lottery The new three cent piece to be Isued by the government has been styled tbe doughnut coin by reason of the tact that the coin is to have a bole in the center This innovation in the coinage of Uncle Sams money was deemed necessary from the fact that the thtsave material as the present live cent piece Rev E G Walk at Iokomo Ind a minister of the Christian church the funeral of a child of di parents taking as his text When my father and mother forsake my Lord will take ma up He bitterly assailed divorces and handled the topic with such severity that Otho Jackson a brother of the childs moth opendto the preacher who declined to re tract or be intimidated eFuramaa Townsend and Ed Miller section hands on a railroad were killed BorkyFilson Powell county Mrs Lizzie Johnston a widow of Whltcsburg struck her young nephew on the head with a stick of stove wood inflicting fatal woundIatjJames llodhtiC TaylurMrille tempted suc de by taxi g two table unsus of Purii Gncn A love affair suppose iri be the cause Leslie Panccra farmer of Bath county was struck on the right by light niiTg which tore uli his kneej and scriuuly injures him t Drittldug Water Tbesupplyotdrlnkingwaterforthe family should be tested at least once a year Water that at one time is pure and wholesome may become tco impure for use yet it may be without color have no odor or taste to show its dangerous qualities- A simple test of drinking water is the Ileisch sewerage test Fill a clean pint bottle three quarters full of the Itda o pure granulated sugar Cork it and set it in a warm place for two days It during this time it becomes cloudy or milky it is unfit for domestic use If it remains perfectly clean it is probably safe Be ascleanaas you can make it and the sugar pure The second test is also a simple one druRgistisaturatedrsolution of permanganate of potassium add about five drops of this to pint bottle of water This will turn the water a beautiful rose purple It there any considerable amount of organic matter this color will glue pace in the course of a few hours to a more or thesremains for 12 hours unchanged from the rose purple hue it assumest when the permanganate of potassium was first added it may te considered free from organic contamination LOJrti RATES nTUCHLIFORNIH VIA BiQiourO- n April 2nd OthlGth 23rd and 30th 1901 special one nay Colonist Tickets to many California points will be pointseFor full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Route cr address tbe undersigned VJ LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt W P DIEPPE Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville K- y5TIIE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes onJjI Tons New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KY flfmmJlanything you invent or improve also get DESIGNPROTECTION ifBOOKVCASNOW COPatent Lawyers WASHINGTON DC t MJIONe aCfU Fifty Cepts a Year Less Than a Peony a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of more or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter of century The Sunny South has again become historynover It is devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and is their own story paper Short stories sketches incidents of war and ot peace aneCdotes nt home and afield poems ideas fash ions hints for home keepers everything of interest to and upThe ANTHONY now in with tall synopsis to cover former in stallmentsand Rosa Maurice Thomp son to April 27thythyabsorbing interest- tbroughout the wfeoio South flue rls your opportunity and only 60 cents fora full year of It Think offtl 60 cents Subscription price is only fifty cents a year No agents commission The paper is its own best offer and argument to the subscriber One sample copy free to you and to your six neighbors whose names and addresses you send on a postal cardprovIdedyou send at once A club of five at O cents each accompanied by the full amount 250 net to us entitles the sender to Tho Sunny South a wholeyear free The is your old friend in a new form al ways iinprovingevery Issue to excel the last one The South s todayThe the greatest of all YConstitutionbothto The Sunny South and get these two great papersOne Literary the other News a Address allleUere and remittances THJD SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTAIGAf i r r 7 TIADAIBWTINBffS Published Every Wednesday HY THE Adair Bounty NeiisSo a = INCORPORATED CIA9 8 HARRIH Edit ttc dsvoteJ to tb tuter Omar aapap cats of the city of Columbia and the people o Alir slid adjacent countlcsI Entered at th Co uoibia Pusto ceasccroad class mal m ittcr == = ==sonscRrrr v RITCs OSEYRAR tUX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNENOUNCEMENT a FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce T F GOWEN candidate for the office of County Adair County subject to the ac ion of the Demo raUa party FOR COUNTY CLERK LEYtheWears authorized to announce P T candidate for the office innty Court Clerk of Adar County subject to tbe action of the Democratic party We arc authorize h announce John K Campbell a candidate for the office of County to te spactionFOR SHERIFF We are autliorlzeb to annouocc R FEES a candidate for Sheriffcf Adair County subjeer to tbeaclioH of the Democration partyp SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT We arc authorize to announce John Flowers candidate for In faro of Con lyof School Superintendent of Public Schools sub Jcct to the action ot the Democratic party We ere authorized to announce II Ballard a candidate for the office cf Superintendent of Public Schools ofAdair County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMmADRSLLa candidate for Jailer of ty subject to the action of the Democratic tar tyOdoFOitWe are aulhorizo to announce JEFFRIES candidate for the of Assess or of Adair county subject to the ccticn of the Democratic party The amount of taxes due from sheriffs to tho Treasurer of the State this year is 279849487 At the Ohio State ConventionJ of Republicans Nash the present Governor was renominated an imousyeEmmet Orr the renegade Democrat has gotten his pay will be a Deputy Marshal in t Eastern Kentucky Federal Dis t rictinThe Seventh National Bank of New York has gone to the wn 11sedObjectionable collateral did the work so stated by the Controller of the Currency The more you stir a stink the higher you must elevate your nose About twenty indictments have been returned against the Hop kinsville asylum employes for po kerplaying crap shooting etc to The estimable wife of Mr GreenbJ R Keller editor of the Carlisle Mercury died a few days ago fromtl a stroke of apoplexy The press the throughout tfre State are sendi words of condolence to the berea- ed husband the The promoters of good roa met in Louisville four hundred wistrongenthusiastic meeting and is the starting ofa State organization vor that will evetually build good roads all over the Commonwealth The Democratic Couvuu cationyeClerkstgra full free and fair investiga Jttion of the feelings of the candi dates the committee decided that the best way for the Democratic was loopartyhave precinct mass primaries and 000 that the Democrats of the various precincts should determine this on Saturday August 3rd at 8 P BJ j Meridian time The committee the 1Dan of each precinct will count will the vote and keep the tally but any oral caudidatesimay appoint an assistant This vote will be counted at the court house and s the ones receiving the largest erin r number of votes will be declared q ythe nominee for the office for which who i he seeks Also at the same timespc d aniplace nominations will bewi y made for i111811 e and conata1 He blinthevariona einot8 I I The Republican fight dverthe control of the Pension Bureau is rutcingsoneationAl Commission cr Evans loaf ovateunude n state meht his first public resistance to the demand for his removal that breathes defiance between the liiiKS niid may baconsiUred a dare to Mr McKinley to redeem the wrtlteu promise of the ItsPnbli National Committee to liuu Dan oriel E Sickles during the vun paign lust year that lrul s w lid nut bo contiued at the head uf the Pension Bureau during his udfnitiistratiun if Mr McKinicy wen rtelwtrjd Mr KVIH iti tunics that in add tii t nii sire of the pension sharks to c trol the work of the Pension Eu reau there are Republicans poi ticians who wish a change because they have not been allowed to dic fate in defiance of law appoiut pieut3 and promotions in the Lu reau Taken all in allthis stat ment of Mr Evans would beUhot stuff and his friends say he has moree of the same sort aud that having become tired of being abused for do ing his duty and standing between government anda ring of pInthe sion looters he will use it without regard to whois hit if the tight against him is kept up Democrats are playing the role of interested ectators in this fight G Sickles who used to be a Democrat anti who is a leadei on the antiEvans side was a McKinley both iu 1806 and 1900 and C Irin oral Tanner who eeenis to be second in command is a Republi kickedw out is sioner by the late Benjamin gar rison for doing tho very thing that Evans is being fought for not doing ExAttorney General Monnett of Ohio who made one of tho ost courageous fights against Trusts while Attorney General of hio and was therefore tor wn by the Republican deGcratic party the party of the peo pie and announced himself can didate for his old position The Democratic party may justly feel proud of such additions as Monuett and his leaving his party because of its allyauco with jobery and deception doubtless show to other fair mind ed Republicans who oppose Trust supremacy t he placing of money in preference to men t the most effective way to tripp e pahesty for Mr Monnett long ago had ripened to love and he of all Republi cans in his State deserved the full indorsement ofl his patty who opthe the domination of syndi cates The Standard Oil Com pa nies proffer of 50000000 would not buy him nor the deception and promise of the Republican party hold him from doing a plain duty in The opinion is increasing among Democrats that the Republican it talkabout revising the tariff so as hit trust controlled articles is nothing more than a votemnkwg In many congressional dis tricts in the west and middlewest ere is a strong sentiment ainongti Republicans voters against the nginstariff revision talk was start toed and it is expected that a con dasiderable number of Republican Representatives from that section ll make speeches during the coming session of Congress in fa of taking the duty off trust controlled articles nut because thej expect or really desire uiyhi Jcgislaticnalong that lute but be cause tho speeches will make good mpaign document in next nrs Congressioual fight The Prohibition vote of the whole country at the last election 209003 The number of sa ns now doing business ie 20 The prohibition sentime laeIideas of the prohibition partyas remain out of practice J A Craft who at one timo published a Democratic paper at London and who was a pafty dnel the mountains Is now after Colieeiojr Sapps place The man ia conitin pusly hunting for ited is generajly an iij4iyidual h no fixed political principiea in will do business for any old PYi eJts nob i z i r The Prohibitionists held the opnrtrriomlast Monday s speeches wore made by Tobias Huffakor Z T Williams J L Murrell and F R Wiufrey and perhaps others IcwuijgiVeu out us we understand that the party would nominate a CuB c u ity ticket hurtMr John M Campbell of Pellytou auunounces himselfa candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of thiscounty subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Campbell isn young man of ahility and energy andin overy particular welland thor ought qualified to fill till impor IIIluutr position which he seeks Mr Campbells Democracy cauuot be questioned and his business quali fications commends him to the partys thoughtful consideration Should ho receive the nomination no man will make a harder fight in the final contest and none u more courteous and efficient officer In this issue of the News Mr John W Flowers announces him self a candidate for the office of School Superintendaut subject to action of the Democratic par ty Mr Flowers is a young man of ability and character and is well and thoroughly qualified to fill this important position to tho l1full satisfaction of the people Mr Flowers has blazed out his own way teaching and then going to school until ho stands today the front rank of tho education al interest of this section Three years of his time have been spent iu the Southern Normal m Bowling Green and should ourl party give him tho nomination would bestov the gift upon a wor thy man a Democrat and one who would make a hart struggle to prow a winner Mr M Crayons and C S Har risj after spending several days in the oil fields of Wayne county are more enthusiastic than heretofore = Their report of that fieldot th- velopment e and the great possi bilities and probabilities are such as should enlist the support of our people in the sale of the Colum bia Oil Companys stock This 11dof the productiug district whin 11tris have already contracted for the building ofa rig and as soo hatingrowing and tho party who desires to make some money should not wait until the opportunity has passed Wo ore informed by trustworthy parties that stock in Somerset Company original cost 10 is now worth 2000 Prof A H Bollards announce nieutforSuperintendeiitof Public Schools of Adair county appear ey this paper Mr Ballard is so well and known in the speeducationalIs jf little worth for us to intro duce him to the readers of this paper For several years Mr Bal lard has devoted his entire time to educational work teaching in Adair Russell and Wayne counTE and it is but fair him and 0was rest of the candidates to statefo t his reputation as an excellent ter tructor has been demonstrated the full satisfaction of his many men patrons Prof Ballard received Jji lIto education in the schools and col leges of Ohio and is eminently qualified to ill too position he Beekawitil credit and projtfo fbp entiivpudpb of this county riwliu Iilu Ltil Dom LicJluity pllO e ns its candidate jio App wjlj ireNIJVHUlhergI ijf- G11ADYVIILE A B Wilmore attended church sumo Smiths chapel last Sunday for GHell attended court at Ed monton Monday spent atinwere a r Monday MrSimm of Lebanon was here after jHharInTho ttTJQ of anUsoir ofCelt after visited fhj fanjjly of J W Keltrier last Satur4a night the L G Hmdmau slid family vis is MrsWA Wilmore SondayA WI uuderatanil that the schools 26000 flij sectioil jkvethtilr teacherg NjsH allslated dhJ Dillon at thV S PlloeF Q iftlfHjlh8tAtil1l lee fOB JONES GRAIN MOWERS DRA3r31S THE S7CR r No PUSH WHEELS iILL NOT LIFT ROMTTHEGROUND AND JONES LEVER BINDER Cultivators Handmade Saddles and Harness and the FISHER Bulgy war antjd for 12 wont r W JACIM7 NColumbia Kuntiicky UzsELth sPiosfiOTEQ r GT BLACKLEY IT WarehouseJLBLACKLEY HURST S AUCTIQ T SALES DAILYREURRNS MADE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISYILLEi pFour Months Free Storage Your libels INDEPENDENT IIOI7SI5 Garfield Flowers Cool Springs Thad Salmon Keltner J H Nell Rowetown Miss Stults at Picketts Chapel Miss Yarberry at Nelson Schoolhouse Mr and Mrs Jas Richards have two children inside of three athwe at one is dangerously sick with same disease Qalnd a reapeoted colored man his 05th year Mrs James Browning and her grandson spent ono day last week with Mra R L Caldwell Thero will be a matoh gulps of baseball at the Bindman Sulphur wellon the 4th Miss Kate Smith is visiting at Moutpslier sIrs Helen Wilniore has returned from an extended visit to Hon Grove Texas and Oklahoma Miss Kate Walker and brother nt last Sunday at Nell Misses Kinnaird accompanied- by Curt Bell passed through here last week en route home fro FrankfortMr ndo Lef twich of Tiag formerly of this count with us last week and in us that he liked Texas bet than this State He says crops are good and advises young that are inclined to emigrate go to Texas Strong hill is floing good business with his carding machine e4theiri rrjJ IA Mr if rlkir awyJ pffb411HH lIplJ a la tnrutur JuSJH jjiryUie jrpt AII lst Mr W LQrady japreariug fine colts and younghorsei the Columbia fair Mr J D Walker and soil Nat last Saturday night in Ed monton 1callingoil leaees accompaniedby with our people one day last Mr Hudson was looking the interest of the fair ir B F Taylor wits oalleS to bedside of Frank Taylor who dangerously sick G T Rodgers is having pounds of tobacco pris dafc rs ir T Grissom aiid irkHtiHl llri 1Vc Ut Wili tml This Draws the Bart Added Traction THE J KIMBLE KY T oi- L now open for lh irav w eyi t jjj It Is a large commodious jH d ilir asUm ictare in dicates and iTim ln t clas In every particular oo VAUGHAN GRAHAM ifo cot CO PROMPTLY E 1 Mark tha more lust week Merchants UfO complaining of trade being very quiet They eau not ueslait is the appearance of A B Cox every few duys Prof P C McCaffreo informed notdty After it was shocked he had to move some pf it put of the hdrbefore the reaper could be taken out Mr J T Hamilton one of Neils uptJdntofannerii was here last week and informed u that he had about 00 acres in eat iii4U if the peaaon was favorable he would make five or six hundred barrels of earn j also stated that crops in his section in g l1r lookedwell YBTIHERY SURGEON 11lislulo Pollevil Splints Sjurfn or any ant cla s work 4oco at fair prices UUARAXTKB ofISl GlENSUAV IjymllotroluColumbiaoriniaappolntsaealL tAwcrtcan PltziMo flcc 95osfci dVotcl HEALS 25c 523 W MarketSi LOUISVILLE KY ril9 BUSIlR t1Rr Fillips HOSfJ ojill 0 1 HOJtmI Wet Basing Iron Pipes General Brass and inn Goptte for Water Gas and Stoara Mill and Factory Supplies life her Call on or addreeB ANRE FtlINCORPOfMTPO Louisville Kentucky BRUNERCQr S wtdLE ALE rue DUCE 1BA JI J KS We charge coaimlsston oa Battfcr tryonelEjg Alan tcnsrantrc lilslust markettn prices 471 pumLOUISVILLE cLad 48 Javorite I LittlLifcr or Pills forBUtttif tt r the lxl ics silitgktye KI MMtMlLt Ore due 6ok11p e f TURNER BROS LYON DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES flND GflRRlflGES Oampbellsville Kentucky They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything In their line at short ptolit Write for further information or call and see them j DEERING4 BINDERS PTWINESMOWERS RAKES V ep aids if You Need Them BUGGIES HARNESS SADDLES v BRIDLES lierrnan Millet Seed Stock Peas FARM WAGONS CULTIVATORS Get our prices before buying t We will save you money Win F JEFFRIES SON 1 GO TOLLHLLnor Liu Roofing Guttering Repairing COOK STOVES WELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA = BE NTUCK HARRY B PYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PTNB CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN SecondiHand and New OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS 0Iicc and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for CatalogueI= = Kentucky If Your Watch IS our OF REPAI- RSS ir t us wo w repair it for you at as low a cost as good work will permit anti warrant it Id irVN SlTTSL4CUE W Tr inof Vatrlis ami cw- fryr viryiieo n Send forest Nucor ell wl nIII rift tSTTlnuRiv lip nK IRHNMltUVnDBr 1 CO 1 Vh c r tvilr isttucigy If you want good returns far your money insure your in the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company further particulars apply at this once R t llfflers farmers Mm irretarcdtotakeyourordersiorhydraulic throw water from your springs yburhouseairbarns Can also furnish ps of any kinds cheaper than ever tome at Columbia for estimates call and se me at the Haroue Ho Ywrs truly N WOOD flachinery New Carriage and Wagon Shop t 0- r a I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will giveiCavtriA e Wagon totik special attention Work donetf i bj me will be tirst class Prop duce taken la return for work t S FEUBANK it- a f iL t PERSONAL MENTION Mr J H Judd is thought to bo im proving Mr Gco H Gowdy was in Colfimbla 1 Monday Mr B C Veal Dunn wasin town last Monday MrTom Ed Jeffries is in Greens ourgthisvircek Mr MO Willis returned from Gl owastSaturday Mr Bryan Miller and Dr S PMIl ler cauic in Monday Mrs Lucy FolIIs was quite sick eral days of last week Mr E E ClieatbairiofBakerlou was in town last Friday Mr Jas Garnett Jr met his wife and daughter in Louisville V Mr George Lee Campbellsville was here the first of the week Miss Mattie Davis of Jeffersontown l Isvisiting Miss Fannie Stalls Miss Lora West returned from Camp 7r7Ilsvllle t last Saturday afternoon Miss Emma Lapsfey of Esto is visit ing Misses Nonaand Mollie Jeffries Mr John Q Alexander Campbells sine was in Columbia last Saturday Messrs Ike Harmon and S S WillJ lams were here the first of the Mr GlV McKinley has been sick for several days and at this writing is still puny Rev T F Walton wife and lltt daughter returned from Knox county last week Messrs Bollin Hurt andJudge Jas Garnett are attending circuit court at Edmonton Messrs Zack Samuels and Austin Loy were mixing with their friends s here Monday Judge W W Jones and N H W Aaron left for the Metcalfe circuit court last Sunday Mr C H Murrell representing th News is taking orders in Metcalfe and Green this week Master Paull Dixon and Miss Elcie Dixon Burksville are visiting rela tivesIn ColumbIarc Miss Lula Allen will teach at Ama aville and left for that part last Monday forenoon Messrs D C Walker W M Wile4 more and Manno Kemp Gradyvllle were here Monday Dr Cox and his son Charley two popular salesman were in Columbia the fin t of the week Mrs C M Russell has been quite feeble for several weeks butat this writing much better l Pr C D Moore J W Sublett Duel Ilcndrixsou and II Wilson Cane Val ley were in town Monday Mr Kizzie Murrcll writes trama Frankfort that she will not make beI trip to Texas this Summer I ti Mrs J H Young Watson who has to I been visiting in Missouri for several s weeks is expected home today Mr John B Coffey and Mr Sam Wheat went to the Metcalfe court with the hope of buying some fancy horseswMr Robt Hudson and wife Mrs S H Mitchell and Miss Mattie Walke- spent last Sunday at the Russell Springs Mr Henry E Christie and mother and Mr JO Haskins and wife Camp 1tlastJudge W F Owsley and Mr Ed Owsley and his two little daughters VIMiss Jennie Garnett who has Wen of teaching at Jellico Tenn is spending i a few weeks at the Conservatory o CincinnatirMrs J B EHndman will leave thf week on an extended visit to relative- In California Itis probable that she will visit DallasTexas on her return home of Misses Wood who have bagn 1visiting the family of Judge Jas Gar nett will return to their respective a homes in Danville and Lebanon this week Mis JoMe llexroatdaughter of Mrt Kansasi1J rpen Miss BVxr sit formerly r eIsiicain Bussell co ntyar LOCAL JOTTINGS lank Leases hinted on 24 pounn paper for sale tTbeMonday Fun SALE I have a No 1 saddl- aad bridle for sale Cheap T F WALTON The School at Cane orend list Monday Mrs Mary T liarvey teacher Good oak bedsteads for L50 Colum bla Furniture Planing Mill o on the ground floor Isenberg building- I have 3000 feet of dry poplar lu m berforlale Also two head of cattle r + EJLCABELL Ozark Ky Mr J Y White haBrecenWy plae rd a new paling fence hLlr of his rrsi dence It h bef ar St at mined t akitigtt4rery jttMi ie pi tfrock- f 1 IL t tt4 c Casey County Fair AugustlialS and 16 1tday was county court Only a few jpSDpleihi towp TheHustonville Fair will be held July3lst three days The days have commenced to short en by the little not yet perceptible The gentlemans riding ringjift willbecalledtheseasday of the Fair JJl Tutt Milltown Sold to Lee Smith last Saturnay two 3yearod horses mules forS150 A tree of delicious peaches has been the attraction at the home of Mr Rol fin Hurt for the past week Mr R T McOaffree represented Adair County in the Snood Boads Con vention held at Louisville last week Good oak bedsteads for 250 at Co lumbia Furniture PlanlngMill Co on the ground floor bjildlng The Bible institute of the Russell Creek Baptist Association will be lick with Pleasant ValleyChurch July 15 to 18th The hog market in Louisville last week was higher than it had been for some time Good packerssold at 62gper hundred Adair County is now In Judge Cocb rans Federal district Mountain beThe fair at Liberty Casey county will be held August 14 15 and 16 Mr SecretaryWrite At the Columbia Fair a premium of fitly dollars will be given to the best gentleman rider Persons twenty years old and over can enter Our accounts arc due the first o pleaeRUSSELL C MURRELL Stock in the Columbia Oil Co 91daper share If you want to take thIsC of making some big money on such mall investment come while the op port exIstsIEld Stanley of Campbellsvilie fill the pulpit at the Christian church last Thursday evening The audienceJ was small but the speaker teresting talk FOR SALE Nine stock hogs Weight eighty to one hundred and forty pounds F G WILLIS Joppa KyB Comn in and give us a trial and if our work and material does not give you satisfaction it will not cost you thing Coakley Sims Bros KyrA Red heifer one year old belonging some one unknown got into John Grady col cane patch last Friday ghtIt passed over the river the cane route Remember that growing cane will kill stock of The residence of Wm Dulworth which was situated on Green riverawas consumed by fire last Thursday householdrgoods was saved The building was insured for 1200 Dont forget the Sunday Schol Cooa vention at Union on the 6th of July E A Fox of Louisville IsexpecIJ to be with us He lies been conb nected with the State work for a longt time Come and hear him 0 JR HlNDMAN It may be of interest to the citizens Columbia to know the number of nifvcr took upon himself to count them a fortythrees IMrDr F J Taylor who way born an reared near Montpelier this county was married to a popular young adyK Miss Bent of Bowling Green las Wednesday They will reside atGla Waller ClldwIIa colored mat who lived In th Milltown ciiur ty died last Siturday Pe was n victim cnnsimptinn IInf was sick qui e ilt He wars an hunest pvacalifc s darkey 1m1p1th respect of tJ1t whit people generally It will be but a sllQrt time Until the are In the geld We do not know who they wll be but we take it selectedt o do likevviscand the Indications are tbee various There was but little stock on the market last Monday In fact we did n not hear of any stock changing hands There were a number of dealers In town and transfers could have been easily made nad the market been open The Master Commissioner sold severed tracts of land at the courthouse There will be preaching at the lowing places next Sunday T JriWalton Ebeneewir S Dud eof S Pluffl Point Z T Willi USj Cane Val leyW 1IO Saadldge Union J T Roach Society lull W P GordoB tbis city T L jlutee PJcketsChXpel Oai pMtiprilfbite OaV Ar IIl3autt- ir ii BMob Grore W B kv JUMiati i i 1 fr fB7tt 3 + i k IN THE SWELL Misses Fannie Stults and ninnie Kemp do Honor to Their Wednesdacfleeting ABOUT ONE HUNDRED PRESENT It had been known several days In advance that Misses Barite and Kemp would entertain on the above date and the was looked forward to with pleasing anticipations by the many who had been honored with In jitations The reception was held at the Stults residence and hy 930 the entire party had arrived and a happier set of young people never went out for agood time- Columbia was not only represented but delegates from the surrounding country and neighboring cities fiver present Misses Stults and Kemp were in happy moods and so attentively and rracefullyfons of commendation were uttered rep atedly The evening was passed in social tUee affair throughout was a perfect and delightful success The usual refreshments were served Invitations were sent to the follow ing persons nearly all being present Misses Mattie Davis Sallie Baker Nettle Baker Mamie Baker Nonla Powell Sue Baker May Harvey Carrie Sherrill Carrie Page Etlie Brad show Mary Todd Lviiit Todd Lorena Pile Carrie Hatcher Lula Allen Willie White Julia Smith Gertrude Gra TaylorfPauline Cabell Myrt Staples ADn Barker Delle Mitchell Moot Walford Lora West Sallie Montgomejy Bessie Lillian Holladay Mary Holly y Zilpali Dunbar Margaret HollaI y Bersheba Bolladay Pearl Hind man Mary Grissoan Lena Grissom Marietta Rowe Lena Hurt Fan Garnett Annie hose bier Elizabeth Wood Mary Harris Same Rey Marcum Bessie Shearer Zelma Lula Todd Carrie Caldwell JOsieCaldwelT Mary Price Elsie Dixon IessrsJlm Hughes Bcv W P Gordon Trabue Wtckllffe WallaceI Hancock Twyman Atkins ers Tim Cravens John Flowers John tosumTodd Fred Robertson Roll Dave Jones Geo Walford Young Hurt Sam Sherd Montgomery Titus Price Ben Ed Rowe Albin Murray Curt Bell Sam Nat Hancock Bob Young Smythe Frank Hill Fred Hancock Sam White John Coffey JoCoffey Joe Patteson Garnett Miller Henry Kemp Leslie Powell Herschel Baker Dr R Y Illndmao Geo BosenfieJd Last Thursday evening Miss Alice Walker who is a popular young lady the Junior set gave a reception in honor of her cousins Mr Paul Dixon Miss Elsie Dixon of Burksville Ice cream cake and other delicacies were served and all kinds of innocent amusements engaged in making it very delightful occasion Did you a little sulks party If yo want to go back to your happy child days take a seat in adark corner them make joyful music and pia interesting parlor games Th ones can ask Time to turn back a ward in its flight and make them a child again just for tonight but in ItsS onward progress Time moves up a notch and they soon realize that theiof their lives arc turning ght God less the little folks They should be given ah opportunity to enjoy the early days of their lives J 1Holladay honedr ao Danville and Miss Fanne Garnett o The youfag ladies were tdrileoout by young gentleman of the deIl11hLful1ycivulMIs s Llliiiixnt rtat niiicmost arnitiyly O ihmrlaye 11oglrsI W Jincs liittrrtalrcddthesame youni 1nlies spreading an Megan upplraFrotii in runnutiuii received from farmers not usurp than a fall crop of wheat was harvested In Adair county There wbie a few growcrswbo cut an average crop but a large majority raised onethird and halt crops That e crop is looking fairly well and and many fields will be harvested th isorweek Corn is looking the bean and potato crops are immense In fact what is lost in wheat is made up in other products hence there Is ecessity o lorbecomiogaldrmed about something to eat 1ltogethor t h e county is ii a prosperous condition ItussCll Springs lintel This splendIdJjOYtieQf entcrtain rnentifi now open for health seekers The spring at this w likBowh water rag place is popular tbroatjhout tne tatef9rl0lUratl powers and the locatbnigthe fie Ukieet in all ibte country It k high and drya brcete all tti U te The table ia u pliod witfrtbemy bbl and charge gHlUjrewowiW Wriww UM widW t i in Kf r i Massie s Sublett sold toCloydTan dy last week 98 fat bogs at 530 J T Burdette of Lebinon bought one pair of twoyearold mules from Bob Rouse Monday Price 9200 Good oak bedsteads for 260 Colum lumbia Furniture Planing Mill on the ground floor Isenberg building Notice All persons indebted to me must come and settle at once Mns SALLIE BHADsnAw Private Sale I will sell at private sale our household and kitchen furniture between now nod the 15th of this month MATTIH SINCLAIR Tomorrow willbe the gloriousfourth The eagle will be made to scream at several different points in Adair anti Russell The day will not be cel cbrated at Columbia not for the lack of patriotism It is just simply too hot for people to enjoy a gathering es peclally before sunset ortortyyoungladtesandgend tlemen of Columbia and laseFriday night and took in the drives of the city Tbe moon btlghtasllghtbreezeaadtherJdevery refreshing The party was chaperoned by Mr W A Coffey and wife Mrs Wm Sexton who lived near Gradyville was struck by lightning last Monday afternoon and Instantly killed At the time she received the bolt a henry electric and wind storm was raging On Disappointment in the Eastern portion of the county crops were greatly damaged Mr Walker Hunn a young gentle man well and favorably known in this community having taught In the M C F High School was married last Sunday In Virginia to a Miss Ogelvie The gloom is a nephew of Mr A Hunn of this place The couple will return willcreside at Milledgeville Notwithstanding the weather was oppressively hot last Sunday night a large audience heard Eld Stanley at the Christian Church The speaker had spoken two or three times during assemYbly ter be is very muchliked by his floc at Campbellsvilie The Cooperation meeting of the churches held at Smiths hapel this county drew a large crowd on last Sunday Not onethird of the people could get in the church build g delegations from various counties present Reports from tbeman churches comprising the ministerstc urge were a Miss Ellen Robertson an eighteen 1year old daughter of Mr Delaney Rob ertson who lives on Green river died last Saturday She was a victim of typhoid fever the pride of the family and a general favonie of the whole neighborhood At this writing Mr Robertson and two of his children are down with the disease ThIs anIlcted family has the sympathy of all good people Mr E M Jones a wealthy and highly respected citizen of M o nticello died of Brlghts disease last Wednes day evening Mr Jones had recently sold his valuable farm and all his po Westuto his future home On bis way West he consulted physicians at Dan who advised him to return 9This was two mouths He leaves wife and two children Mrs E O Stone whoilvesin Monticello and his resIdes in the West Mr Sam F White who Is employed this office met with a painful acct cat last Saturday at noon He bad upoYn accustomed place a 22chamer rifle andI went into the back yard to shoot a While watching and carelessly holding the gun It was accidentally discharged the ball passing between andtis While there will he notorious results wound will b3 several dogs in heal Mr T E Paul ono if oir ilnjgglstH met with a very palnfql lm ijfnt taet Friday lie was pissjivr fnitn thj main apartment of styre to a Lack room an In dnin so he h id tom ike a downward step placing his tint upon a box which warused for that purpose Water a i been thrown upon the box and it Nan very slick and when Mr Iaull placed his foot upon It it turned throwing him to the floor Ho was so badly hurt that be was compelled to remain in bed a day two Be Isnowbout well Mr Dora Strange of Cnmberlaod county bas brgught suit against Mr Jas P Miller of Adair county to re cover a farm valued at 2500 As we Understand the case Some years ago Strange bought the farm gift failed to bond for same and Mr Miller took at t plaintiffs bH paidbff the debt but allowed Strange to make bis home upon it for quite awhile Plaintiff now claims that Miller only had a mortgage on the farm fur one tliousaad dollars the atnounthepaid that tbe rental o- ftev1aQetro year to year lidthe timber hejae sold off Uia laud hat ieprryP k TIM kt fit glI ii Jiii CwmbirkiwI clrcttit oewrt frWl lirttrfMItL WbTHf Jt feiiz iRjfy ami Mr 11f1t itiAiN u te81rptw i c nAN OLD DUEL Which Was to be Palled off in Columbia CIRCUMSTANCES REMEMBERED In 1850 1 was living in Columbia do ing business for Scott Settle dry goods merchants During that year my employer B F Settle and J D Burton better known as Diblnw Burton had difficulty parrb mars of which worn In his way Uui on ac cased Sttleof forging his nTT to a n te for one hundred duller fust Ie Lied but Burton persisted in bis aces sation and the parties met sever timesonthestreetsaadperhapstbcrwoulde e interference of friends but the enmI- ty didnt relax between them so it finally culminated in a challenge sent by Settle to Burton which was accept ed by the latter and the place of meet tag was fixed and the weapons agreed on which were squirrel rifles and re 1911tSettle and Creed Hancock to Burton and the late Isaac Caldwell of Louisville loaded the guns The act not being legal and a violation of the Statute of Kentucky the matter was tried to be kept a secret from the pub lie One morning I went up to the old jail yard well very early for a bucket of water I sawa cjowd of men going very fast in the direction of the old seminary I knew their mission I left the bucket of water and hast ened on to the scene of action When I arrived on the field the combatants wefe in position with rifles in hand and the seconds were arranging to give the word for the fatal shots whilst the combatants stood in death like si lento and without mottos from the body waiting for the word to be given to fire Finally the word given and Burton being quicker on trigger than Settle pulled first but the gun failed to discharge its contents Burtons gun snapped Settle stepped back a few steps and said stop stop Both man still kept their positions waiting bravely and calmy for the second word to fire but before the word was given depkMiller arrived on the ground and arrested both partIes so ended the much looked for duel Settle leftColumbia soon alter and went to Danville Ky and from there to California and I was told helped to form and make the Constitution of the State of California Barton went to Burksville Ky and pratryfession at the bar He went fro Burksville to Louisville and got a sition in a wholesale boot and shoei house and died there Time has wrought a great change in the citizens Columbia since that time It fills my bosom with emotIon to think of the past and the changes in Columbia since the occur rence of which I write 1 can recall but few persons now surviving who lived there fifty one years ago Wmf H Walker Lewis Triplett Wm Stuart J D Murrell John and RobJert Eubank Mrs Gum Russell MrsIJo Burton Mrs C J Taylor the Caldwells the Owens the Wheats the Galtbers the Trabues the Har rises the Frazers the Bakers the Johnstons the Mopes and the Mc Baths the Montgomerys have all left Columbia the most of them have gone to that country from whence no traveler ever returneth P H BRIDQEWATER Cane Valley Ky Hughes Coffey of this town are moving right along in the direction of handsome profits in their investments in Oklahoma Last winter they bought 21 sections in Greer county the land that Dr W T Grissom says No pen can describe its beauty and worth no tongue can toll it and noI artist can paint it and by judiciousI selection on one section is now locatI ed a town site on a new railroad that being built across the latitude of al 1up that western country terminating on the gulf The other section is nearI the same line of road and within twoI and a half miles of a new town TheI abqvcuamcd gentlemen have shown a liberill spirit ju donating land to leIInterest of lot railroad and in so dullJgI Have bicurel too location of a tuwu nItheir property Business in that ecI tion is brisk and fr mctryI palatal tirocompass are moving tom that locality doubtless the heart uttatthe greatest agricullrial section of th world Messrs Hughes S Coffey s property will be platted in the pe arcan future business lots 25x140 resident lots 00x140 and will then be placed on the market The u n p ra lIe 1 growth of other towns and cities In gemdpursuing conccrvativo and progressive methods that will bring good to the Investors us well as to themselves Buy alot Since thecatabllshmeatoftheAdai r rCtwntyNewstheeeshasbecnhonod ministers of State reputation Circuit t Judges lawyers and doctors Md other officials in high places bul upon las t Friday we were somewhat surprised but agreeably so whoa in walked a i4sqtied rdsarirailosupaa his rojral pettoMfe Fruea wlwtA e ooud- ihowttireesata lll WtI quiiwlrt tad Ttlt r C J J The management of the Columbia Fair has made a good hit by the follow ing announcement All persons over seventy years of age will be admitted free The old people do not often getaway from home and this will enable them without expense to spend four days very pleasantly with their friends throughout the country Great Reduction in Millinery In order to close out our en tire stock for this season we are now offering our goods at greatly reduced prices We have just received some new goods come and get your hats at half price Mas TIM BIIADSIIAW Miss EFFIE Di F A Taylor who was shot T L Humble at the Russell alwac not hurt as oadly as reported Last Thursday morning ha left the Springs for Pulaski county walking from the room in which he has been confined to the vehicle which conveyed him It is supposed that lie went to Somerset His brother and several other men were with him on the trip It Is reported here that Dr stated the day before he started that his condition was not so favorable We predict that he will be moving around in one week Judge W F Owsley of Burksville who is perhaps tbeoldestman in Cum berland county was in Columbia last Sunday He will be nintyeight years old in this month and has been very active since boyhood He has been strictly a temperate man regular in all his habits and has accumulated a large estate For many years he was In the mercantile business at Burks ville and during his long carreer filled a number of important positions He has been a great lover of fine horses and cattle and until recently attendied all the neighboring Fairs with no object in view but to watch the move ments of the floe animals and to meet and converse with his numerous friends He informed a News man that his general health was good and that if misfortune did not overtake him he would spend a day or two at our Fair beginning the 20th of August FONTH1LL We have one drygooas store and in connection with it a large supply of undertakers goods and a complete line of fancy groceries This establish ment Is owned by J H Smith S Co There Is also a blacksmith shop pic wae are now communication airthe points of interest in this an adjoining counties We now have deify math It has only been a short time since the mail boy visited us ual three times a week and many who have not been used to dally trail before hasme een missing But it seems that there are a few cranks who arc a hundred years behind the time opposed to it When a good thing Is started iuvjria bly there are some who oppose It The recent rains have caused some of our best farmers to anticipate the most bountiful yield of oats and corn that has been harvested for many years Before closing we wish to call listen tion to an article which was published a county paper a few weeks ago headed Politics In Russell county Now the author is an enterprisin- young merchant of our county 1YIt muchcandor and respect we mention this but we are compelled to believe ho is sadly mistaken when he siys the Republican ticket from start to finish will be elected by as large a as they carried the county last glee tion 430 He says he is so situated as to he well posted Now we do admit he lives In a land Where the flowers ever blossom and tbe beams ever shine A land whose population Is mainly crickets and ants and the veg elation consists of greenbriers and huckleberry bushes So thick are these thickets that it is impossible ny r a creeping thing to enter them and has been said by men who were so reckless of their own personal safety to visit ttuse prolific regions that it is impossible to stick a butcher knife fit the handle in sonic of them During tbe rainy season this fertile region is drained hy the surging waw tern of the turbid lily The statistics show that this fertile region has no produced enough vcnetatl m in the styllive years to fallen grasshopper friend imsi have been an instrument thj ham of providence to settle thIs atrrgtur So by the very na turn of tlilfgK he is destined to be iiubpitcd of the county if uot of t O jr friend from this prolific Ie tho county will support the Republi nominees but we belicvt he Is sad ly mistaken and if he is permitted to live till November he will see his m1 teke We ore going to gain an ul time victory J ArSBURG Mr Carlan Maupln and Miss Nmu Fielder were united in marriage las week JUr Allen Harinos is quito sick tbi5 week SC Neat sold one mare to John M Vaughan for975 j llr JT R Perrymaa and bl1ss0111 Guy were rJledli Sa turday TomlTfqt was o Jamestown lutJHoadaj opplnglaCo19ii1biaew Rhgebuyitlg JmutDU VESTEK ColumhlaHope verylIvely Thursdayazd IsflatterIng lookingRev Stephen delivered quite an in teresting discourse at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mrs Halite Reynolds visited her sister Mrs Morris near Ozark last week J C Judd will open the Breeding 5school about the second Monday in so we are informed Mr Anderson Moore is able to be out again and is now calling vpon his Breeding of this place onGreenrDiary ot our young folks are antici atSmithsThe farmers are spending their spare moments harvesting this week DECATUR Messrs G B Wade and O D Smith visited J R Wade of Watson last weekWheat harvest Is in full blast and the machines are all running still the cry goes out for more help Misses Blanco and Bettie Cravens of Lula and Miss Maud Walters were the guests of Misses Lola and Hester Wade last Sunday veryinterestingfourth Sunday in June Several of the young people attended the singing at Bethany Mr Welby Thomas was married to Miss Sarah J Thomas of Diinnville Rev W W Smith officiated We with their many friends extend con gratulations Mr Hugh Wade is talking of going to Indiana in the near future ttisMisses Lula and Sarah B Wilkerson of Dunnviile attended at MintSpring- the fourth Sunday FELL delveredhd ForkaRidgeYin July con ducted by Rev WN Coffey Miss Hester Foley will teach the scbool here this Fall MrT S Isbell Who has been attend ing school at Lexington for some time has returned to his home atKimblc Mr Taylor McKinley was in Colum bia one day last week Master John W Smith is visiting his grandfather G Stanton Welfare can boast of having one regularMr Wesley Fox and wife of Wesley were the guests of Mr Lola Stephens a few days ago CothFork last Sunday Miss Hester Wllso visited at this place a few days ago 9Mr Sam Kelsa mov d to Jamestown We reset his departure CANE YALLEY visitingrlumbia last week Mr Halley Wilson Frankton Ind is visiting his parents here this week Jim Sublett and Ernest Lovell leftrlast Thursday for Dayton Ohio Miss Emma Thomas of Milltown is viMiirg her sIst r Mrs Ed Hancock Mr E C Sublett sold ten poplar trees to T I Smith and W E Han cock last week for 150 cash B M Calison and Frank Bice Jr buyingfs Mary Dohoney Is confined to h r bed with ina1ariil fever girl Jas U Page is confined to her LId iih lever ofheC Smith last Sunday Saves Two From Death Our little daughter had an almost anddland of Armonk N YUbut when all other remedies tiled we saved her life with Dr tints New Discovery aOur ncicc who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonder ful medicine and today she is perfect ly well Desperate throat and luHg disease yield to Dr Kings New Dis covery as to no other medicine on er5oc and 103 bottles guaranteed by T Paull Trial bottles free Found at L sthAll whohave cancer Gotta waner Tumors Catarrh asd partial MUdiiiT anti want to Roared without tell rrtleaXJ9 te Nboare nD IIoY r r i I a 5OOOOFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on Novembers 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 6000 For Guess 3000 J500FourthFifth u SixthCI 400 Seventh 300 Next 20 each S1OO amounting r 2000 100 50 u v 5000 1 a 200r 25 5000 1 OOO 10 v 10000 3060 5 15300 A total of 4387 prizes amounting V55OOOO In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1892 801625 r 1893II 835604 1894II 776819 1895 846996 Guess it will be in 1901 6000An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among them The Conditions are 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles such subscriber to one guess 81OOD for ten yearly subscriptions secures ten guesses 81OOO for one subscription ten years secures ten guesses No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Enquirer all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 Concerning Mr Bryan- As was to be expected W J Bryan has promptly and emphatically denied the rep orts from Kansas City tbathe Is In sympathy with the movement for the orgtnzatlonof a third party Such reports arc easily conceived and are us eagerly spread by those who are un friendly to the parties indicated The Democratic patty represents the cause of the masses as against the classes It is the only agency through which the people pan effectively resist the encroachments of concentrated power and express the wishes which the contlneencies of the day make ur gent Twice this party has called Mr Bryan to the leadership and in justice te him it must be stated that he upheld the banner with creditand eloquence To declare now that lie would place obstruction in the way of the partys future success would be tj itn pURn his honesty of purpose his previous political career furnishesIno occasion Mr Bryan is strong convictions best fur which Democracy stands Like all strong men bell ssfime views which are in advance of Ills party and other views which must bu regarded as purely personal But taken all in all he has developed a leadership si corn manding and he has been so honored by the Democratic party that whatev er be docs must always he of national Interest and whatever influence he possesses should be cost for the party by which be has been so signally hon safety of the country rests not in the position of any one man but in the concrete convictions if the people at large It Is only through ac lion that the people can make them selves1 felt and wnile Mr Bryan occu pies a position which makes him so commanding It is not to be believed that he would misuse it for the purpose of defeating the cause of popular right Until undeniable evidence is adduc d to convince us of such a step we must refuse to believe that Mr Bryan will do anything by which the progress bandIicappedAtanta HowtoGotllicli Charles M Schawb of New York President or the United States Steel Corporation talked fur twenty min utes a few evenings since to poor boyfTin New York students in St Georges evening trades school The occasion was the commencement exer cles nf the school Mr Schwab said among other things From my long experience I am led to believe that many boys made the mistake of depending upon influence to obtain positions of profit This Is a serious drawback to any boy fur even if Jic has the talents necessary tyadvaucement other boys his competitor will say that ills success or partial was due not to merit but to Influence Go upn your own excrtioas Merit must count and mer it must win The boy who depend F5m influence is handicapped sadly from xhestarr No matter what business you en Vtcr the essential feature to success Is that you perform your tasks better than anyone else This alone will command attention Everybody is ex pected to do his duty but the boy or man who does a little more is certain of promotion Success Is not money making alone And I want to state that of the truly great men I know in industrial and manufacturing lines none is vthe col legs bred mini but they are HieBvwbo received and industrialor mechanical i r i JJI 1896 was 1020107 1897 864022 1898II 793169 1899 920872 1900CI 1049121 what Send party success education and who worked up by per severcncc and application Ltt me advise you all to make an early start in life The boy with The manual training and the common school education who can start in life at sixteen or seventeen can leave the buy who goes to college till he is twen ty or mores far behind in this race chat he can never catch up This however dos not apply to the profes sional life Tim other day I was at a gathering of forty successful business menmen in industrial and manufac turing businessa n d the question arose to how many were collegebred men Of the forty only two had graduated from colleges and the rest of the party thirtyeight in number had re ceived only common school education IISeven Y ars in Bed Will wonders ever cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Law rence Kan They knew shehad been unable to leave her bed in seven years- n account of Kidney and Liver trou tile nervous prostration arid general deMliijbut Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabled me to walk she writes and in three mouths felt like a new person Women suffering from Headache Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find it a priceless losing Try it Satisfaction isguar nteeJ Only 50s For sale byT E Paul Jcse Harris age d 17 was drowned a Q Aen bdro whlie bathing 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 tIc but cflectsve Only 25c at Paulls drug store A Terrible Explosion Of a gasoline stove burned a lady rightfully writes N E Palmer of Kirkman la The best doctors could heal the running sore that lowed but Bucklens Arnica Salve en tirely cured her Infallible for Cuts Corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Dis eases and Piles 25c at T E Paulls The News now nas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had We can please you if you need any thing in our line Saves Two From Death Our little daughter bai an almost fatal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis writes Mrs W L Havi land of Armonk N Y but when alt other remedies failed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our ntice who had Consumption Jo ao advanced stage also used this wonder ful medicine and to day she is perfectly well Desperate throat and lung disease yield to Dr Kings New Dis covery AS to no other medicine on earth InfallibteforOougbsand Colds 50c and 100 bottles guaranteed by T E Paul Trial bottleTfree John G Wilson while attempting to get off a train at Mt Sterling fell and suffered Injuries which caused his deathCubfandbruisesarebcaledl byJDbam berlaius Pain Balm In Mbtllitone third the time any other treatment uould require because of its an 1st ptic quail ties which cause the parts to heal iTh out maturation For sale by M Cravenera i9 oar Y The Best Remedy for Stomach an llJawd Troubles- I lmvebeen iQtbQ drug business fur twenty yetrrsand have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Cham berlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says OW Wakefllid of Columbus GaUTbls remedy cured t wo severe cases of cholera n irbus nr family and Ihav rcc nrxnrle iul SJd hutlrc soL btter It fly Ktomeis to their nrrc tisfac- ton x Ituffurisaquickiulurcur hia pcasit f inn No f 1hIJuli heSithutIt keep it in uOUI aIa times F rsnlebj rins JiraFautfiohoner wtftsuf Mr Green R leir editor of tilt Vrlisle Mercury died at her Lumens an early hour Friday morning of apnpUxy Cure for Cholera InfantumX v cr Known to Fail During last May an infant cM f our neighbor was suffering from shot era infantum The doctors had give n up all hopes of recovery I took a bot tie of Chamberlains Colic Choloiaand Darrhoea Remedy to the house til ing them I felt sure it would do good if used according to directions In two days time the child had fully re covered The child is Lpw vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedyfrequently and hive never known It to fallMrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by M Cravens The Connecticut Mutual dos no write a loan policy nor a tontine It Is ali annual dividend company I you want to know all about the differ ent policies written call at this office Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by tbo use of Chamberlains Cough remedy jf aflUcted with any throat or lung trouble give it a trial for it is certain t prove beneficial Coughs that hav resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and per feet health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanentlycured bv its mind that every boUIe usewarrantad and if it does nOt prove beneficial the money will b3 refunded to you Fur sale by M Cravens A most sensational litigation ended in a very unlookefl for way In the Cir cuit Court at Franklin Miss Neely Moody had sued C II Coudill and Lon Ray for 810000 damages she claimed had been done her good nama by misrepresenting her and assaulting ner She charged they had stated that she bad had criminal acquaintance with Elenry Tucker Loa Ray went b fore the grand jUly List November to indict heron the charge and by so doing break down her action in court The grand jury investigated every detail of the case and returneda true bill against Ray for false swearing The prosecution against Ray for false swearing and the damage suits against Ray and Coudill were called for trial bliss Moody was In court ready to go on the witness stand Se showed she was in delicate condition and was ex amined by physicians who state she is soon to be confined The indictment against Ray for false swearing was dis missed for want of proof anal the act ions against Rayand Caudill were dismissed without predjudicc The girl was allowed to go free StunG b a Centipede Mrs Thos Sanders Bluff ton Texas was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent for but before Jie arrived some sensible friend wit a piece of brown paper with Morliys Wonderful Eight and applied it to the wound The doctor sild hs services were not needen for the poison was neutralized or killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs S did not suffer from the wound Sold by ogent in every town The tratile deatb in New Karen Conn on Sunday marnlhg of Aficlbert S Hay late consul to the Bor govern ment atPretorla and sun of President McKlnlejs Secretary of State Julio gay was a startling event lIe fell from window in a hotel in that five or six storiesitlghluthepavementb- elow and was Jnstarfcy killed Nobody secmj to know in what manner the falling occurred though it Is said it wasentlrclyaccidenthl Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate the full worth of Morleys Wonderful Eight until you have used it In a score of the emergencies tbat came In every liousa hold Dr T E Baruhart of Clalborne Parish La says Permit me to say I hire tried Morlevs Wonderful Efstht and f sting Ift good medicine Jn j1 ur Isy riid DneumouiiK Nothing equals i roe relieving pals Prfci scent ask yonrdruggist 1 jr 7 r 1 Tfomyr Women The catty into womanhood is a critical tune rot a girLUttlme stroal disorde started at that iliac soon Thatfof Cardul estabproves thi Tine fishes a 3 and natural xcenstrual funIusuallyfollow Many women your oar their lives to Wae Cardui There is nothing like it to give women freedom from pain and to fit young women for every duty of life SJoo bottles at druggists Della Slraycr Tully Katui have suffered untold pain at menstrual pe riods for a long time was nervous had no appetite ard lest interest everything bet was miserable have taken four botics of of Cardul with Thedfordj Elect aught when needed and today wr cLrtly cured cannot express the thanks feel for whet you have done for mc For advice cases requiring special dtroo ttonsaddressgtsingermptoms the ladles Department Chattanooga led Compact Chattanooga wean SundaySchool Convention Program of the Adair County Sun day School Convention to be hold at Union Saturday July 0 1901 What do we understand to be the CtConoverf qualifi cations of a successful Suiy rlntend eotW W Bradshaw and C T Trlp lett What are thobe t plars fr securing the attendance of TcnchcrsHnd Schol ars Tobias IlutlaKer anti Mi Fannie Smy the paroe tS K F R WJpfrcy and MILfirnrgiI Shut ton What kind of ksson r yirw Is most profitable for the sr tnjg L Tar and FI C OiikoF What Is the best methxl of getting Scholars Interested In the SonTL Hulse T F Walton W P Gordon and Snn W Danny The choir at Union are appointed a committee on music The Speakers named will be allowed ten minutes to spak Volunteer speakers will be called fur on each subject and Will be allowed live minutes each Exercises to ben promptly at 00- a in U njijpjfAN Jo N CqSoypR J P DOHONEV IIC BAKER U L TAYLOU L1t STOGIE MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbop Stock- Yards cATIJ it ExtraShIppintrrrf s500 25 Lightshipping 4 755 00 Best butchers 4 154 50 Fair to good butchers 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 noas Choice packing and butch ers 200 to IbF 5 85 Fair to good packing 160 to 20011st000 Good to extra light 120 to 160 fts 580 SHEEP AND LANDS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 353 75 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium 2 0032 Tho total amouut of taxes to be collected in Kentucky this year by the County Sheriffs is 279836052 This is on an assessment of 588707480 the equalized value of taxable property in the State The assessment as reported by County Assessors to the Auditor was 579083534 showing an Increase by the State Board of Equalization of 89623946 These are the olllclal urosas tabulated by the secretaries the State Board Rev R D Divans pastor of tllre Northern Methodist churchatNlcholasvilie was lined 5 and costS for WiJbreacb t9tybasSecretary to the American Legation at Gautemala t M E Ryabt a harnessmaker of Bowling Greca drank carboliclId by mistake thinking It was wjiskdy and death qulckJxresu1tldJ Mrs MigfiellneUlrichagctl Siyears1c ii wldiJy known resident of rorHIe was killed Monday by jistreat tsltr lh Dr A D Ja Wf heA mift Ud Marehttlfer the Wttis D trfct o ksk 1 jIUJ Eat What Yon Like When you take Morleys Liver and Sidney Cordial for then dyspepsia indigestion heartburn fjtil breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will dlsappearalljIJr cleans ed and awakened system 01 drfmiod fond Sound di etion and auund ap ptlo g tixretb r and tolL f llow the use of this time tried rmedy Ak your druggist v kI ion ufIIlcllnI- I Xii iIf t uisvifie I ie 1atttr nL IIL tI t v u I x 1 n a n n t Jt OhrtIIIrlIiner com ntittttl suloid iiCjuv he could Tiut s cure lll1dsif hdp him harvest his wheat crjp ami his other craps hud been rniiifd by drouth StrayedTwo steers front my premi ses one has a white spot in forehead and a little white on his legs The other one is perfectly red They are twoyoar olds both dphorn d LU WILLIS JoirA ll This piper asl bi Ujuricr Juiiriu 150 per year A1 1ris tt i Svreiry If you cant stOCK in Columba Oil Company Chas Rosenfield Bro GENFltAL CQHISSION MERCHANTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ku Shipments of Eggs Butter Gor Poultry solicited REFERENCES and man Insurance Bank Bradstreets Agency Adams Express Co pARSON MT CO BLACKSMITHS VVOODWORKERS COLirMBiA KENTUCKY We arc prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low aDd terms as reasonable many firstclass mechanics We will take country produce- at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co PATTERSON HOTEL JA1I6ST0WN KY IiI 1J BUCKN3R President BUCKNER place J Buckner Tobacco WarehouseSo INCORPORATED 1 313319 CHAPEL ST MAIN MARKETAND 216220 TENTH LOVIS3ZILLE KY SPECIAL CIllEN RRIiL7ATB FOUR MONTHS FUEE STORAGE Independent House your BUCKNER HOUSE ICOBCOEAN D t PROPRIETORS OF THE Letaon Marble Works7 f LEBANON KY r f Manufacturers of and in kinds of BABBLE GBANITE rfll tPRICE LOW GFOARANTt4ED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices than offerpd tgJllrrontsF JEPPBUBS Agent Columbia 4JtAMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY orporatedCAPITAL oooooo 25000 OC RESERVE oooo 125000 00 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS200JOOO correspondence HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON fiOOMERMS FIRST CLASS AGENTS TheIOfCOOdtl Begins in the growing Anywhere plantationIthe quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience un scrupulous methods the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until reaches the user in a sealed packet handled with the same watchfulcare the thought for cleanliness that you would give article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason vit costs the grocer a cent a pound than cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARID Jji Roastad Coffee much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A poundor Arbuckles will give you wore cupfuls better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Je sure et Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other ArbucklesPIn pound pepefArooc1l Roasted Coffee there Is a Brt of art4 With CRrclcates which the List found the acme urtlclotoboeelectocjhy C ether from tie Ltetauhfem eoly to the condition tho Bttare oa paohftge to be rat out Tctttrnvd to ear Dept Yea Me tbU Addrew all eomaultktBs to ARBUCKLE ROS- NetfMi DeNEWYO1tXCITYrNY w 1 rr Vice President or it it any tht LM No otter eau be found than atjjthe above named hotel fKIttly furnished and the tale at all times sap pliedwIth the beet the nvirkot affords 1tFit 1flI Ol lll ft L il PAT EltSON Proprietor BUCKNER Jn Secy and Treat BET AND ST tTTSNTION SALES Mark Hhde isV dealers all IAN 1 wQE less ever W3I Local Ky 5 SURPlUSoo 00 Address all to KY TO ub o ee I From is same more its Kio 1S uys Coffee of Notion