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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i i1THE ADATEl COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 101901 NUMBER 35 POSTUFJPlOB DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Officehonrs week days700 am to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CiRCorrCouRTTliree sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September iYCircuit Juilgc W W Jones Attorney NH WAaron SheriffJ Hurt Clerk Jno Cotrey First Monday in each month JudgoJ Butler County Attorney Jus Gsrrnctt Jr Clerk T R Stults aller H Mitchell f Assessor Bradshaw- Sarvoyor f RT McCaffree School SuptW Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher Jixr Regularcourt second Monday ach month JdgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY M t IPRESBYTERIANJ F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays reach month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GncEtisnuno Ecv astor Services third Sunday ineach month f iinOayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer nectlng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month undayschool ever Sabbath at am night4f MA505IC LODGES No Fnnd lItBemI ar meeting In their hall over bunk on FrI dnyhlgSiton or before tIle full moon In each month GAKrur W TR Sccj No7 meetsc first Monday night In each month J H P W W Secretary n C =S Ci O HENRY W EDBLEMAH4Q- 8YMARKET ST LOUt3VlLLEKy Also Dealer in FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHliR STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 40S West Market Hancock Ho tel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0CSTTho above Hotel has been re tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market uilords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable attached t 1OIIIIRIAL a HOTIIL- JAMESTOWN KY MOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openedlandlooks after the culinary department and 1seesthat the table Is supplied at nil times wisn the very best lh market affords Thi proprietors are attnutlve and very poilt to euMU Good sample rooms and the building is jauTcalent tl the business houses First livery ttichud to the hotel Terms very icnsonnble LebanonSteani Laundry LEBANON KY 0R THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper fenced workmen and dung as high grade work as can be turned out any place iu the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Uusscll Taylor and Green solicited WJOHNSTON 60 Pro REED li MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky ladies Favorite MorleyflLiltlo Liver Pills for Bilious People are th3 ladies favQrhe bcuuuso they aro small easily viflkeDi and do their work quietly Awt effechially One a dose Soldby ifJr r i r un FROM WAYNE COUNTY Powersburg Ky July IstInfulfilling my promise made to the editor of the News I will now give- a short letter for publication con cerning the interest manifested iu oil developments in this section Just at present no new wells have come in and therefore I might say the interest is a little dull No1 and No2 Sunny Brook wells are all right No2 is doing a cash business at 250 to 800 bar rels per day while No 1 has her head pumped and is making 18 to 20 barrels per day The Sun oil Companies well at Sam Mashs was shut down Thursday to await deepnenough to have shown oil forma tion but it is dry The company however has decided to go deep and a 2500 foot rope has been ordered Messrs McKay are haying much trouble casing off the water in the well they are drilling for Mr Strubby and this well will be several days yet coming in F W Wiser on the W C Ber tram farm is going down slowly The well being drilled on the Den ney farm is dry at 800 feet but the drillers are still pushing work and hoping for a rich flow Several new rigs have been ordered and plouty of workwill be given the drillers The Tennessee people Cusac Dobbins commenced to drill last Thursday and got some B Sor surface oBat 14 feet wbich shows that there is oil in the immediate neighborhood More or less property is changing hands every dny outside people believing thut Wayne Clinton Picket and Feut ress counties are destined to prove a great oil field I have just turned from Pickett and Feu tress counties People are scouring that whole country for leases and investigating titles Tho Tennessee people are of the opinion that the oil field is in that State because the Bobsbar well is lU their State but only the drill will tell the tale and that us Kentucky people will have to go to work and get some morn big wells further north and oust The Columbia Oil Company Imp secured somu valuable property nt this place and has ordered a drill ing rig to be erented I trust this effort will boa success and crown edwith a great gusher A M Williams will try his luck again at Slick Ford He is talking deep wells now and I believe his ideas are good There have been more leases taken in Wayne county in the last two weeks than for two years be fore People from a distance are investigating this field acquiring territory and in six or eight months will develop untoldsecrets in regard to the real value of prop erty Its a game of chance any way so come ahead boys and let ns get rich or break Rev D D Flauagan and wjfo have gone North for a few days Success to tho News J E CARTER Animal Reversion A peculiar pheLomenon in animal life has come to light at the home of editor Charles C Moore near Russellsville says the Lexington Democrat Some few days ago a valuable female dog gave birth tojsomejpup pies and simultaneously therewith the family hen hatched out a brood of chicks The hen took a fancy to the pups and abandoned her own off springs for the infant canines The hen fought the mother of the pups for tho right of maternal protection and the pups gathered nnder her wing for warmth With the characteristic playfulness of puppy lifo tho latter went to climb on the hen and bite at hor feathers with such frequency that she has but few left It is 1pecnliarsion but Editor Mooro vouches for the truth of the story and what he says goes in this section This paper and the Courier Journal 150 per year J DUNJSTVILLE Crops are growing nicely The weather is as hot as love in AugustDr Willie Purdy of Rush brach were at the Dunuville hotel a few days ago Prof and Mrs Davise of the Middleburg College have been vis iting Mr and Mrs A N Taylor Miss Reynold of Junction City has been visiting her aunt Mrs S L Rector Miss Dollie Bell and sister of Liberty were visiting at Judge Tom Bells a few days ago Mrs Francis Rubarts has been dangerously sick Mrs Hattie Morgan has been on the sick list Dr Dunham and Jeff Fox went to the picnic Wayusburg Mr Isaac Wilkinson and sister Miss Daisy of Liberty visited their sister Mrs J W Pelley a few days ago W C Cundiir has his saw mill up and ready for business Mr Cundiff is a good mill man We have lots of lumber staves and spokes to put on the market this Summer and Fall Any bodycan get work that wants to work Wo have several million feet of lum ber ready for market whichwill have to bo hauled 25 or 80 miles We also have several saw and shin gle mills that employs a number of men For Gambling- Hopkllisville Ky June 20 The grand jury today finally pafB vd upon and handed up a batch of indictments found for gambling npnii tho premisc3 of the Vstern Kentucky Asylum fr the Insane as the result of charges preferred by former Superintendent McCor mick after his removal The in dictments are for poker playing and crap shooting and ther are- twenty in all Three ridictmeuts were found against Walter A Lackey the first assistant physician Four indictments are against J Yo Stephens second ussistnut physician and two are against Buckner Leavoll the steward City Judge George F Campbell is among the indicted as is Will iam II Phillips of UndillgGrctlI old Col S f1 EJmund of Uoji kin vino There is 0110 fount against each of these three Against W J Chiles in attendant the grand jury returned three indictments and two against Eugene Wuthon the pharmacist of the asylum Richard Robinson supervisor is also indicted But that is not ullAhout fifty other indictments were returned for gambling iu Ilopkinsville somo against tho same asylum officials The grand jury the gambling question out of the way this after 11oon took up the case of Dr E B McCormick tho former superin tendent against whom charges of immorality wore preferred and which led to his removal Dr McCormiok preferred similar char ges against Dr W A Lackey Suspicious Character Bob Davis or Davidson alias Robertson the man who headed tbornidon Bouly Prewitt under the pretense that thoy were reve nun officers was captured near Oe lina last Friday by tho Clay county sheriff raided by Win Murloy Miltie Smith Murley hud nntiC fled the Clay county Sheriff that he was in that section hiding out and ho soon got on his trail and captured him Ho was found in a schoolhouse a n d captured whilo asleep Murley and Smith took charge of him and lodged him in jail at this place He had letters on his person that showed that he has been a notorious character It is eiid that h had served seveeal years in the penitentiary and be lief is circulated that he was with the baud that made n raid on a store in Tennessee and took part in the 1il1iot the Methodist preacherfat FrppinMoliroe coun y He wash iucjmste withone Sims near M1rtl burg and was protected by brim when the first attempt at Arroat was made A latter addremed to Sims found on hiipfrsfoihahbwS thatlleswas one 4 1 of a band of fourteen who had uo doubt been committing depreda tions The letter was headed Aus tin and was written in March He speaks of things in the letter that show conclusively that he is a notorious character and the pro foundest secrecy existed between him Sims and others His fear- of being arrested and the probabilities of a mob are good indica tions that there are other things about him he would not like to be known Burksville Herald Farm Life as it Hislit be It is not necessary in this age for the farmer to rise in the middle of the night and begin his work This get ting upso early in the morning is a relic of barbarism It has made hun dreds of thousands of young men curse the business There is no need of get ting up at three or four oclock in the winter morning The farmer who per sists in dragging his wife and children from their beds ought to be visited by a missionary It is time enough to rise after the sun has set the example In the old times they used to get up at 3 oclock In the morning and go to work long before the sun had risen with healing upon its wings and as a just punishment they all had the ague and they ought to have it now When you rise at 4 and work till dark what is life worth Of what use is all the improved machinery unless it tends to give the farmer a little leisure What is harvesting now com pared with what it was in the olden times Think of the days of reaping of cradling of raking and binding and mowing Think of the threshing with the liaR aud winnowing with the wind And now think of the reapers and mowers the binders and threshing machines and plows and cultivators upon which the farmer rides protected from the sun If with all these advantages you cannot get a living without rising in the middle of the night go into some other business You should not rob your families of sleep Sleep is the best medicine in the world There is no such thing as health without sleep Seep until you are thoroughly rested and restored When you work work aud when you get through take a good long refresh ing sleep A great many farmers seem to think they are the only laborers in the world his is a very foolish thing Partners cunoot get along without the mucban ic You art not lodependant of the Ulan of genius Your prosperity de pends upon the inventor The world advatccs by tbe assistance of all laborers and all labor is under obligations to the iuvcntiqn of genius Tbe in ventor does as much for agriculture as be who tills the soil Until genius and hibur formed a partnership there was no such thing as prosperity among men Every reaper and mower every agricultural implement has elevated the work of the farmer and his voca tion grows grander with every inven tion In olden times the agriculturist was ignorant he knew nothing of machinery he was the slave of super stition Make your homes pleasant Have your houses warm and comfortable for the winter Do not build a story and a half house Tho half story is simply au oven in which during the summer you will bake every night and feel in the morning as though only the rind of yourself was left Decorate your rooms even if you do so with cheap engravings The cheap est is far better than none Have books have papers and read them You have more leisure time than dwell in tbe cities Beautify your grounds with plants flowers and vines Have good gardens Remember that everything of tcauly tctdsto the cie vaiob of man Every little morning glory whose purple blossom is thrilled with the amorous kisses of the sun tends to put a blossom in your heart Do not judge of the value of every thing by the market reports Every glower about the house certifies to the refinement of somebody Every vine climbing and blossoming tells of love and joy- Make your houses comfortable Do not huddle together in a little room around a redhot stove with every window fastened down Do not liven thIs poisoned atmosphere and then when one Qt your children dies put piece in the paper commencing with Whereas it has pleased tlfeDhloe Providence to remove from our midst Have plenty of air aad i plenty of warmth Comfort is health Do not imagine anything is unhealthy simply because it is unpleasant This is an old and foolish idea Let your children sleep Do not drag them from their beds in the dark ness of night Do not compel them to associate all that is tiresome irksome lollsIn this way you bring farmu into disrepute Treat your children with Infinitetreat them as equals T ere is no happiness in a home not filled with love Where the husband hates his wife where the wife hates her hus band where the children hate their parents and each other there is a hell upon earth There is no reason why farmers should not be the kindest and most cultivated of men There is nothing- in plowing the fields to make men cross cruel and crabbed To look up on the sunnyslopes covered with dai sies does not tend to make men unjust Whoever labors for the happiness of those he loves elevates himself no matter whether or not he works in the perfumed fields To work for others is in reality the only way in which a man can work for himself Selfish ness is ignorance Speculators cant make unless somebody loses In the realm of speculation every success has at least one victim The harvest reap ed by the farmer benefits all and Injures no one For him to succeed it is not necessary that some should fail The same is true of all producers of all laborers- I can imagina no condition that carries with it such a promise of joy as that of the farmer in the early winter He has his cellar filledhe has made every preparation for the days of snow and stormhe looks forward to three months of case and ret to three months of fireside and content three mouths with wife and children three months of long delightful evenings three months of home three months of good solid comfort When the life of the farmer Is such as I have described the cities and towns will not be tilled with want the streets will not be crowded with wrtcked rogues broken cankers banks rupt speculators The fields will be tilled aud country villages almost bid den by trees vines and flowers filled with industrious and happy people will n stle like gems on every ptain The idea mu t be djLC ataynitl that Uierj isaouollitUK IuUltuUuiy degrading iu titliivutuib the v Nothing can tie mure noble than to it useful Idleness should nut be respect cd If farmers will cultivate veil aWl without waste if they will so build that their houses will be warm iu win ter and cool in summer if they will plant trees and beautify their home if they will occupy their leisure in reading in thinking in improving their minds and in devising ways and means to make their business profita ble and pleasant if they will live near AKE no See that my head is on every of you buy It its purity No coffee is unless it is in a 1 pound sealed packet with the head ofa lion on the front Then you get pure coffe the grade for er together and cultivate sociability if they will have a reading room and cultivate music if they have bath rooms ice houses and good gardens if their wives have an easy time if the night can be taken for seep ned the evenings for enjoyment everybody will be in love with the fields Happiness should be the object of lift and if life on the farm can he made really happy the children will grow up in love with the meadows the woods and the old home Around the farm will cling and cluster the happy 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of yon COFFEE and you will under stand the reason of its popularity ptWc1listbaveJJIpackages which is the only form ia which this excellent coffee is sold WOOLSON SPJCB Oittf J 1f Ja r Till ADAIR COUNTYffiWg Published Every Wednesday BY TIll1 AdairSountyNewsSo lNCCRI ORATED CXXA8 8 HARRIS Edit Ir Ojtnoratlo ni rspapor devoted to thetater cite of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Itntered for Columbia Pontoftceaaec claas snail matter SUBSCRIPT JWRITJSS OMBYEAB tUX MONTHS laSTRICTLY WEDNESDAY JULY 10the ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce T F GOWEN a candidate for the office of County Judge of Adair County subject to the acion of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce J Duller a candidate for reelection to the of County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic prtcoCOUNTY ATTORNEY We arenuthorzed to announce Gord lIl1ontI gomery candidate for the office of County lorncyof Adar county ut jet to he action of tic Democratic party We arc out prized to onnounieJas Carte It Jra candidate for reelection to the ofICounty torney feet to the notion of the Democratic arty FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce P T LKY CoofDemocratic party We are authorizes to aunounc John Campbell a candidate for the of County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to fje action of the Democratic party JWcarea candidate for ShcrHTof Adair County subject to th action of the Dcmocration party Woareanthcaied to acucnnce RM Hurt a candidate for the of Sherlffof Adair coun ty subject to the ac ion of the Democratic party Wcare authorzet to announce Dr 8 P Mil ler candidate for Sheriff of Adair county Ject to the action of the mecralic patty SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT p tvIfWe are authorized to announce John Flowers a candidate for the office of County tiJectare authorized to announce II Balla a candidate for the office cf Superintendent Public Schools of Adair County subjet to the action of the Democratic parly FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES BRELL a candidate for Jailer of Adiir cou ty subjectto the action of the Democratic Jar lyWe are authorized to announce SU Mitchell n candidate for the office of Jailer of Adalrcour ly nbjetto the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce MB JEFFRIES a candidate for the of Ass ss rrof Adair county subject to the action of lhe Democratic party in The announcements of J W Butler and Jas Garnett Jr will be given attention in next weeks issue They were received too late for comment in this issue Hon S B Dishman of Bar of bourville has been appointed of Judge of the London judicial district to to servo until after the November election The appointment came through Gov Beck ham of A representative of this pap was in Louisville last week an learned through various sources that the Democracy of the city is again united and would come up solidly in November against the common enemy This announce ment will be very gratifying to the Democrats throughout the State Louisville is a Democrat will ic city and witha united party the the State is as safely on the side of the right as is Texie the In this issue Mr S H Mitchell announces himself candidate for the office of Jailer subject to the action of the Democratic party an Mr Mitchell is so well and thor oughly known to the people of this countyas agood upright citizen a truo and courageous Democrat and all an impartial and fearless officialof that no words of ours are necessa to ry to further acquaint them orto advance his interest in his cav- di dacyfor the nomination Hit of ficial Jife is before the people and pct his past political conflicts make w- itliii record and attest his efficiency no its November struggle for s pcFmevery for the fray 1iaT t wx l s A CtI Fur Democratic Precinct ass Meetings and County Committee Meeting for Adair County At a meeting of the Democratic Cmmitto for Adair county held iit the circuit clerks oflTco at Co lumbia Ky on UHf 1st day of July 1901 for the purpose of Gx iug a time and manm r of nomi nating Democratic candid it s fur the the various county sad district officers of Adair county to be voted fur at the Novomber aler lion 1901 it was ordered by said ommitteo that said nominations bo made IB follows The Democrats of Adair county will meet at their respective vo g places in each of the vets yoprecinctsUdat 3 oclock p m and ar themselves in proper order to be counted for the different candidates for whom they m desire to vote the vote for eachis candidate to be counted and a tal ly thereof to be kept by the Committeeman for their district respectfully and the vote for each candidate to be preserved and reI turn d by said committeeman ton meeting of the whole coun- mmittee to be held at the court louse in Columbia on MondayI the 5th day of August 1901 at oclock p m at which time and Plato the vote of the different precincts will be counted and result will be certified by said committee The candidate for allYI county office receiving a plurality of votes cast in the whole county for nominee for said office shall be declared and certified by the unty Committee the nominee of the Democratic party for said office The offices for which nom lla tions are to be made are CountyF Judge County Attorney County Clerk Sheriff Assessor Surveyor Coroner and CommonSchool Superintendent slid a Justice of the peace and Constable for each Justices dis trictFor the purpose of counting and prpsering the vote each candidate to be voted for may select a per su to be present and assist in tilebe counting the Democratic Committee titan should not be present at the me and place of taking the vote maorn I therefore ns Chairman of the Democratic Committee hereby di ct he preciunit of County Democratic Committee at the time and places and for thea purpose and in the manner herein above indicated- In so said mass meeting all Democrats as who will be entitled to vote in said precincts at the No vember election 1901 may vo toty said meeting ho Given under my hand this Cth day of July 1901 N M TUTT Chan D C C H D MURRAY Secy to In todayss paper the announce ment of Dr S P Miller a citizen Glenville appears for the office Sheriff of Adair county subject the action of the Democratic party Dr Miller belongs to an influential family being a son fThe tilHisRussell county many years an workingd by didate at the solicitation of a far number of personal and politic friends He has been a Democrat 10inbihemake an active fight against U common enemy His many and good qualities are commended to Democrats of Adair county TO TILE CANDIDATES The Democratic County COol mittee has decided on the manner herd time for our party to select its candidates for the various offices andaa the time is short and the probability is thatjou can not see Bro the Democrats in that length time your attention is calls dwere the importance of an announce of ment in the News It goes to all parts of the country read and en dorsed by the people whose sup you seek Tho announcement only cost yon 300 There s leis time to waste if you intend to lor profit by announaing or feet die sed to patronize the paper evor to defend you in peace or AVl hv r s Now since the Democratic Com jnittee has acted and the manner and time definitely determined as to when and how we will select our ticket the Republicans will doubtless not wait much longer but still they may delay until our ticket i made One thing certain and that is that they do not intend nor never have been inclined to make up their ticket until ours have been made but its no differ ence to ns we are not governed by Republican action Elsowhere in this issue will be found the announcement of Gor don Montgomery for tho office of County Attorney subject to the ac tlieu of the Democratic party Mr beetnung men of this countya law per of ability well and fully qualified in every particular to din charge the duties of the office for which he seeks He has been slid yet a close student of lawa practitioner for five years and stands at the bar the peer of any young lawyer in Southern Ken tucky As to his Democracy it stands without a stain clear and unimpeachable and should he re tyceive the nomination he will use honorable and effective menus be the winner in the final con 1IIt seems strange yet it is true that soma of the small potatoes in Ireland in the Journalistic world cant keep from spouting rtho prosperity howl in every little puuny article and also refer to Mr Bryan as a fool No body is in clined to deny that an era of Na tional prosperity id on and it is only the extremest who will credit McKinley with the creation and perpetuation of this era The organs that are blowing and gloating over our great prosperity null our surplus fail to tell of the decline in sheep of tho low price to which wheat is rapidly drifting they fail to point out the teal causes and give credit to the trne sources from whence our blessings cornel Theybow at the altar of Republicanism and pay adoration to shy party who may by chance placed in control of their foroee The announcement of Mr R M Hurt for the office of Sheriff appears in this issue Mr Hurt is well and favorably known to al most every citizen or this county and his announcement does not come as a surprise to any one as has been considered by many his friends a probable candidate for some time Mr Hurt is gentleman in every sense and lI business qualifications have been tested as to dispel every doubt to his efficiency for the office for which he seeks In 1883 Mr Hurt was appointed Sheriff of this cons to fill an unexpired term Later acted as deputy under four dif rerent Sheriffs and filled the positions to the full satisfaction to 11and parties He is an unwavering Democrat though not obnoxious the opposite party and shoal the Democrats select him as their candidate no o n e will make a cleaner and harder fight to win in November S SCoiiveiition Adair County S S Conven met at Union Church onSat d sod onedd Eld Z T Williams objetgt moalSandidge and J N Conover fol with volunteer addresses by T Williams H C Baker To The Huffaker Mrs Theo John Mrs Robert Caldwell Dr the L Taylor Rev T L Huts J R Hindman The second question The In ISl1perHtdl1Capt W W Bradshaw with vol unteer addresses by Tobias Huffa T L Hulse J N Conoverf UL Taylor and F R Win rtr The third question on the Pro Slam wag called stud discussed b Huffaker and others The fourth slid fifth subjects consolidated for this purpose e On discussion and ogre sea were 1001 etmadeoJlsamoon alehyvoItmtcorA review of tho last quarter les as was made by Dr U L 1ayagl to illustrate his manner of con ducting a review which w stbe 6thqu tiJnpr 1 The 7th qne tiot was disejiaaed 1 ul 1 i 7 i S FOR JONES CHAIN MOWERS IT DRTtLfLS THE BAR NO PUSH THE WHEELS WILL NOT LIFT FROM THE GROUND AND JONES LEVER BINDER Cultivators Handmade Saddles and Harness and the FISHER Buggy wa anted for 12 months J W JACIMANColumbia Kent tieky liUS5EliLi ZP1I1GS TOTEL c Reports were then received from thirtyfive schools in the county showing thenrto be in a flourishing condition H C Baker Qfiered thojollow ing ro30ution Since our last cotnty cinven tion was held ic has pipapnd u u Heavenly Father in his pr vidiiue to remove from tho wulksof men our brother awl coworkir M Itnu E Wilmore Meeting lucre tuilny in the community in which lived and whore he Jabml so long and for God and his fulluv remilllijed Wo desire to bear testimony to his great worth in the cause of t Sabbath School and the Church though dead he still lives in the hearts of those whom he taught and with whom he was associat edwe pray God to raise up others to imitate his noble life Resolved Thata copy of the above be spread upon the rotor book of this conventionupon a page to bo dedicated to his me- ory After anieCapt Bradshaw the above w unanimously adopted The thanks of the convention was then tendered to the good people of Union neighborhood pecially the ladies for the excellent dinner which was spread f the members of the convention visitors Gov Hindman was re elects andOn motion the Chairman n pointed the following Executive j1DohoneyLTaylor H C Baker and J N Conover An especial feature of the convention was the music intorsper through the proceedings co ducted at the organ by Miss Rose Flowers Ills not improper to say the- rethis convention was one of the st successful ever held in the county and it will be long remem bered by those who were present addresses were ofa high order and evidently appreciated by audience J R HINDU AN Pres K R WINFREY Sec Protem L031c1 R75TES TOasCHLIFORNIKVIA 9YApril 2nd 9tb 23rd and 30th special one way Colonist Tick to noisy California poInts will be sale at very low rates from points the Big Four Route full information sail particulars to schedules rates tickets call on Big Four Route cj address undersigned WJLYNCI1 Wr P bEPPB Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINLiNNTIiA S J GRATES O6if lgt LeWavll t Ky t t This Draws tho flat Added Traction K1MBLE KY yO Is now open for the travcliu blii tl cyjir rrjnl It is a large commodious boil i ing as the picture io dicates and Is run tirstclnss in every particular 400 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop QUARTERLY REPORT OF TllE BANK OF COLUMBIA ATTJTBCIOSBOFIVSrrfBSSONTJIB aythDAY OF JUliE 1901 rRESOURCESLoans era discounts less ans to Directors 611711 Loans t Directors officers not itcluded Wars Officers 70IleDue from National flanks 32 Due from State Beaks and Bankers 13OJi Banking house and lot 200000 82VSs Specie Currency 25htlExpenses last quarter Olvodescripno0locationcaloue real estate except banking house and lot Dont own any iLIABILITIES Capital suck paid In In cash 700000dDeposits subject to check onjyhlch 13779461mr Highest smount of indebtedness of y stockholder person company firm Includlog in the liability liabilityaBdirectly or indirectly if such indebt cntofcapIal amount of surplus of the bank 8104a558above iteml secured by collater exfHighest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer If amount of perdbank 74000 How Is same secured by collat terab Tha cash value of which is indebtedneeP includinginrmtheltabilit7of the individual thereof exceed percent rpIusAmount lastdivldend Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not thaalOpercentofaotproata0fn e or perodc6vered by the dividend carried the surplus fund before said dividend was declared andtady exceeds per cent of capital STAT OF KENTUCKYI58 Jo Coffey Cashier of the flank of bin a bank located and doing business In the town of Columbia in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is in all respcts a true statement of the condition of 2ithdlvedge and belief and further says that the ness of said bank has been transacted at the lo cation namd and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with an otStatethe day on which snhreJlrt shal be mode Jo Cashier OikNETrDIntt r F Director T P Durnua Director JoCoffeytboCorpBY N P A C Commission expires January 161901 IYETINERY SURGEON IG istulo roUevUSplimU Spavin or sap Bur dais werk doae atfeti prices I OUAB ANTBE SATISFACTION Iaai fixed to take roof steer SD QRENSUXSVt- yffitle fre a Colatshis ea Dioa tt4 at TURNER BROS L1W DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES fiND GflRRIfl- GESCampbellsville 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 TO THE FARflNG ELEMENT Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Field Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky GO TO LXLHILLFOR Tin Roofing u Repairing COOK STOVES WELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY HARRY B PYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN SecondHand and New flachinery OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville a = Kentuckyj JS27 l If Your WatchI- S OUT OF REPAIR Sind to us we will repair it for you at as low a cost as good work will permit and warrant it TO GIVE SATISFACTION We aL ocarry a full line of Watches and Jewelry of every dcscrintiun Send for catalogue or call whfn in citytIRION GIRtJtlET CO 404 VMarkot IjoulsvHiu Kentucky T IILICKLEY HURST Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY I1URST CO AUCTIOy SALES DAILYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125W Main St LOUISVILLE K Four Montlis Frco Storaget= 3 c rrM 1 I o PERSONAL MENTION j JkMr Allen Pile was in Louisville last week 4 Mr Geo R Miller spent lastSuuda gin Columbia = Mlss Lora West has been quite sick for several days r Mr Dan Curd Cave City was her tbe first of the week Mr T P Jeffries visited friends in Russell county last week jt Mr Basil Chapman Glensfork was in Columbia last Sunday W Mr J Carl Strange and wife are vis Citing relatives in Burksvilie S Rev Solomon Turpen is visiting his children in Casey county V M Gowdy the manufacturer oi the PetEagle was in town Friday Henry Grant of Louisville grand son of Mr Lewis Triplett is visiting in Columbia f Mrs Jas Young and son Joe have t returned from their visit to relatives in Wakenda Mo Miss Mary Smith returned last week from her visit to relatives and friends at Mason City Ill Mr Wm Jones who has been in Missouri for several months is now at his home in this county Misses May Epperson and Lottie Holladay and Mr Waller Holladay arc visiting in Lincoln county Mr A Hunn and sons George and Lucian made a trip to Lincoln county last week and returned Sunday Mr Henry Barker who was so dan gerously ill at Chicago Illinois a few weeks ago reached Columbia last Monday Miss Sallie Rey Marcum returned from an extended visit to Lexington and other points in the Bluegrass last Friday night Wiliramsand wife Mont pellerspentlastSundayin Columbia Mrs Mary Patterson mother of Mrs j Williams accompanied her daughter home and will be absent several weeks Mr J C Hopewell Louisville and Mrs J B Buckner of Taylorsvllle father and sister of Mr E W Hope well this place arrived in Columbia last Friday night accompanied by Mr E W Hopewells two children Min ale G and Arthur The children will- remain with their father t LOCAL JOTTINGS Columbia Furniture Company This paper and the Courier Journal 150 per year l A valuable buggy animal of Mr A Hunns died last week Mr Tom Bradley is progressing raps idly with the residence of Mr C R Royse A large crop of peas have been planted and still many more acres will yet be sown Mr Sor Wolford and wife have taken rooms at the C C College building Some members of the Parmelee Li brary seem to think that a shipment ought to be made c Uncle Sol Turpen will preach at Shilob next Sunday at 11 a m at Dis appointment at 3 p m The Russell Springs Medical Society will meet at that place August 1st and 2d Every body invited Messrs Simeon and Alfred Murrell are building an addition to theIr dwell ing Mr H C Feese is the carpen ter forPSUSIE SINCLAIR There will be preaching atZion next Sunday at 10 a m and singing in the afternoon conducted by Prof J S Sapp Our accounts are due the first of July All persons owing us will please call and pay RUSSELL MUIIKELL If you want to invest some money in the Columbia Oil Co call on or write Win F Jeffries or any member of the company in this town Miss Minnie Kemp opened the West Columbia district school Jast Monday Mrs Nona Cabell will begin teaching in East Columbia district next Mon day Call and see the best kitchen safe ever offered for sale here They are cheap COLUMBIA FURNITURE Co Mr W R Williams was in town Monday which means that his farm l worK is well up for be is not encllned a to while away time when the weeds are crowding him f Mr W O Pelly is now the full owner of the stock of goods atEdith form erly Pelly Campbell Mr Pelly Is a young man of good business qualities and we predict success for him Mr J W Coffey and Art Hurt left this city Monday for Casey county In the interart of the Dickie Chare This is tke best OQHIB we have ever seen riff w have so doubt about the- piOJIe r Nlagla Tee falriktir r r Miss Estelle Willis is teaching the Pellyton School She has taught there forseveralJyears and is very much like asa teacher There will be a match game of has ball at the Fair grounds Saturday July 13 the day of the union picnic between the blurs and reds Game called at 2 oclock The only place we saw the American Haiwailan Porto Rican and Philippine stars and stripes floating in the breezes on the glorious Fourth was on the Columbia and Esto mail wagon Henry E Christie of Camp Knox Green county sold to Ohio and In diana parties a very fine body of pop lar timber at the higbestmarket price amounting to a nice sum of money L W Hudson of Louisana bought from Smith Nell last week 10 bead of large mules extra good ones at an average price of 8140 and two combin ed geldings from Coffey Bros for 8260 The oat crop in the main is now in the shock and from what we have seen and heard we judge it to be an excel lent one Mr J B Barbee tells us that his crop will average 50 bushels acre lTbeConover Montpelier and Miss Docia Leach of Esto last December In Leb anon was made known a few days ago and was a surprise to many of their close friends rMr Z M Staples has given his dwell ing a neat coat of paint Mr Staples is a man who bellees in improvement There is a vast difference in the gen eral appearance of his farm now and when he bought it four years ago Messrs Murrell and McLean have recently finished the carpenters work on Mr G W Robertsons dwelling and since it has been made a story higher and put under a new coat of paint it is one of the neatest residences in the town Only seasonable weather is needed to finish one of the best corn crops ever known in this part of the country The rreage is large and the crop has been thoroughly worked At this date Its unusually promising Generally the osses of our crop are made good in another A statement of the condition of the Bank of Columbia appears in this issue of the News It shows that the Insti- tutIon is in healthy and growing condition due to careful management Che directors arc financiers and the cashier and his clerical force are accurate business men A great base ball game was played in the suberbs of Columbia last Saturday evening The Pigtail team Tossed bats with the Ozark nine The tame was exciting from start to finish int the Ozark boys won the victory fhe score being 23 to Come along iradyvllle Last Sunday afternoon at the hour of 4 oclock Mr Butler Wheelers life work ended He was quite an old man and was known to many citizens of Adair county He was afflicted with pulmonary trouble and was confined his room several months He leaves a wife and a large family of children all grown A few days ago when an electric term pissed over this section of the ountry killing Mrs Sexton near rradyville twenty different trees were truck by lightning between Columbia and Campbellsville and four miles this side of the latter place several head of attle were killed On many farms bs ween here and Bethel church on the like corn crops were greatly damaged Now is tbe time to place all orders for work between now and Christmas Delay no longer but call on us at our hop or write us a card and we will call on you If you want work done his Fall let us have your order at once so we can get it cut by the time you want It COAKLEY SIMS Bnos Campbellsville Ky There will be preaching at the fol lowing places next Sunday F Walton this city W S Dudgeon Mt Gllead Z T Williams Dun ille W H C Sandidge Marrowbone C F Breeding Providence H T Jesse Big Creek J F Roach Harrods Fork WP Gordon Mt Carmel TL Hulse Grady vllle 0 M Deenor reedom A H Baugb Esto W- B Cave Jamestown Mr JoN Conover has left at this fllce the original contract for building he first courthouse in Adair county It was entered into in the 1803 and the amount for putting up the building is specified 1400 pounds The contract calls for putting the shingleS on with naUsand also the bar to be fastened in like manner The contract is dated June 2 1803andI signed by William Sutten and Robt Ball Where it speaks of money sound shillings and pence are used One of the strongest and best pre served men in this county or probably In the State fsMrO C Morrison Ho is now in his 85th year and la the harvest just passed he showed that ihe still pose youthful vigprand stain ina He had several hands helping him but node of them were able to lead Mr Morrison or to do the same amount of work It is said that he putthe whole crowd to flight This tl1r91iIlribeuauettai iadBBtrtous and hard worktaf maul tow tfbe will not tax him lireIbrM J Death of a Good Citizen On Tuesday July 2 1001 God in his infinite wisdom seeing fit to call from earth to heaveb after an illness of about six months the precious soul of George Rosenbaum depriving the country of a citizen whose place can never be filled Mr Rosenbaum wa fiftynine years old was born In Vii ginla but moved to Adair county Ky in 1858 where he made his home unti death came He professed Christianity in 1875 and joined the M E church South and lived a devoted Christiai since In his death the country has lostsucha valuable citizen tbe church such a worthy member the wife anal a faithful husband and the children such a loving father To the bereaves ones We should remember that we too will have to follow after him and should while here fgllow his example For he Is waiting and watching at tbe beautiful gate to welcome you there when deaths boatman shall row you across tbe dark sea to meet with him who has silently gone before What a strange world this is yet we are all very anxious to dwell upon it A short time ago the weather was too cold It was also too dry and too wet later it Is too desperately hot and the lear of drouth is entertained In the face of angry clouds The rain came then we hear the growls that floods are on and destruction will be ours In the midst of rich harvests fears and doubts are afloat From the begining of January till the close of December the alarmist is heard climbing the mountains that imagination builds It Is a picture of woe a wall Of distress but still that Jjcneficient Creator causes the seasons to come in regular order the rain and the snow the sunshine and the shadow and bids all hu manity to rejoice There is a vast difference in looking on the dark and the sunny side of life Mr John Hancock ton of Dr N M Hancock of Cane Valley celebrated his 21st birthday on the Glorious 4th of July An elegant dinner was spread to several of his relatives and friends who were present to witness his as sumption of the responsibilities of manhood We are informed that twentyfive cakes were cut and all other good eatables were equally plen tiful It is a custom in that section for the friends and neighbors to gath er in and have a merry time and large number who Attends bring great baskets full of dinner It was even so on this occasion and the young man above mentioned was never before so fully crowded with the rich blessings that sustain life Misses Bettle and Martha Hanccck of this city were present Last Thursday morning at 1 oclock the Clever Hotel in Springfield Ky was burned and several parties came near losing their lives Mr George R Miller of this town together with several other drummers who were in the hotel at the time had narrow es capes Mr Miller awoke just in time to alarm some of the others but not In timeto save himself in any way except window escape from the second story He swung from the window and was caught by two men below unhurt ex except a few slight bruises He lost a good portion of his wearing apparel as as well as others who faregeliiayf- ate The origin of the fire is un known but it is thoug tit was struck by lightning The building was partly insured The first and only Automobile the horseless carriage pulled into Colum bia last Tuesday Some time ago the News announced that Mr Newbold would visit Columbia in his Automo bile but it so happened that it was late At any rate Its coming was appreciated by many who crowded it so closely that It was difficult for the Auto toIIglt its breaf Mr W H Hudson was fortunate to get a ride which he declares filled him with emotions indescribable He was so well pleased that arrangements will be made to have one in use on the Fair grounds then everybody can get to see it and spin around the track at the rate 30 miles an hour Mr Wm Rigney of Green river and Miss Lillian Ingram of Cane Valley were unltedin matrimony last Thursday the Glorious Fourth Judge But ler officiating The attendants were Mr G W Grasbam and Miss Sallie Bailey The marriage vows were taken by the contracting parties while seated in their buggy in front of the courthouse door and immediately af ter were received in the parlors of the Marcum Hotel Mr Rigney is a well todo farmer a gentleman and a good citizen The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Fc I Ingram and a pop ular young lady of her section The News extends congratulations The Store house of Mr John F- Ncatand all its contents were destroyed by fire last Saturday night Mr Neat waS doing business at Vester a small villapc four miles from Colum bla The lire was discovered about 12 oclock at night but it was in such headway nothing could be saved The house and stock ofgoods were insured in the Banners Home Company located at Junction City Ky for 1300 Mr Neat will probably rebuild and continue In business at Vester Mr Neat was dining a good business and his stock of goods was raiued ateooO The pionlchdonthe 4th at Sul phur Spring oiCBIj Creek was fairly well attooked Speeches were made by Gov Hindman add Squire hewed Pieatyoi everything good toeat was there ISulphvr water in abuiriaBoe Apot basebaliwaa sailed in tba latter iart of We wtt our inert iatMMr fete lV b fcU f Born to the wife of Asure Damro on June 29th a daughter No gambling or Immoral conduct will be tolerated at our fair Dont wait too long to prepare for the fair If you want to wear a blue ribbon shape up your stock for the rings Mr Burdett of Lebanon bought n head of two and threeyearold mule last week from our farmers at an aver age price cf 90 Just think of the Interest that wil arise in the old mons riding contest at our fairthe boys of 70 years ago contending for honors of to day Notice All persons Indebted to me mus t come and settle at once MRS SALLIE BKADSHAW Elzle Ray Feese son of H C Feese left home some time ago for Campbells ville now writes his father from Quin ni Mont West Va and states that he has a gqod position at 8150 per day Mr A R Humble of Somerset bought from the farmers of this coun ty last Friday eleven head of wort mules atan average price of 12250 but they were all good ones and worth the moneySAll Ministers of the Gospel and all persons over seventy years old will be admitted into the Columbia Fairgrounds free the full four days if they desire to put in solid time Come old and young Coffey Bros bought last week In Adair and adjoining counties five head of high grade geldings at an average price of 8120 We have not yet s een the above mentioned horses but feel sure that they are extra good ones for this firm does not deal In stock below Nol Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without medi cine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay Mr Tom Ed Jeffries has secured a position as salesman for the Globe Fertilizing Co Mr Jeffries has sevecc al counties in this part of the State We predict that he will be the man for the placean exact fit will prove to suit his employers and also the people Great Reduction in Millinery In order to close out our cntlrestock for this season weare now offering our goods at greatly reduced prices We have just received some new goods come and get your hats at half price bins TIM BUADSIIAW MISS EtTiE BllADSnAW The Glorious Fourth was unobserv by Columbia Only one man closed his place of business to meditate over tbe long agothe acts of that noble band of colonists rebels agalns their mother country who proclaimed their independance to the world July 4th 1776 Tbe man referred to is our friend and fellow citizen Dr J N Page whose patriotism knows no bounds His place of business was closed from noon till night The SundaySchool Convention held at Union last Sunday was well attended and the discussions and views bear ing on this great work were interesting and profitable Speeches were made by Eld Z T Williams J R Hindman H C Baker Jo N Conover W W Bradshaw Rev Hulse and others The entire program was enter taining and instructive and such meet ings should occur often for they are full of good results The ladles of that vicinity deserve much praise for there was no lack of any thing good to eat Mr J S Royse has purchased one of the best Threshing machines now on the market Mr Royse has had considerable experience with threshers and after studying the many makes he bought what he considers the very best and to back up his own judgment Uils the machine that took first prem ium at the Worlds Fair The people of this section will doubtless appreci ate the worth of this investment by giving tbe aforesaid gentleman all the work that he will want Itis a good machine in good bands and bound to give entire satisfaction Last Monday July 1st an electric storm passed over a good portion of this county and a most remarkable Incident occurred near Columbia which is reported as follows At the home of Mr George Todd who lives on the Greensburg road three miles from Co lumbia lightning struck a tree inside the yard several members ofthe fam ily were knocked dqwn Mr Todd was lying down on the floorand declares that his hair was set on Ire The old rifle was shocked from the rack and when it struck the floor it fired the ball passing through a b ejiandj killing a setting hers Russell Springs Hotel This splendid house of entertain ment is now open for health seekers Thesprisgatthis wellknown water tog place is popular throughout toe State for Its curatiTe powers ad the location is the beaitbteet la all this country file high anddryaine bfoeve the KM The table te sup pttei with the ferybesti and eMegea quite reseoaabie Writs to thensdK X Y YabwM GllADIYILLE Prof JH Nell ofSparksville visited his mother one day last week Jo Yates and B A Readifoot were at Edmonton one day last week Mr Fred Robertson of Columbia passed through here lastweek en route for Edmonton to attend court Rev P H Davis and family of Jef fersontown are visiting relatives here Misses Tlnnle Conover and Mary Todd of Columbia were the guests of Miss Ada Wilmore laSt Saturday night R L Caldwell was made happy on 7th it was a girl Mrs EUa T Robertson has returned from an extended visit to Lt iiun and Bradfordsville Forest Page and wife of lam Val icy spent Saturday night with rela ti yes here W C Yates of Greensburg was in our midst last week Misses Bessie and Maggie Walker two accomplished young ladies of Nell visited relatives here last week The Fourth of July was celebrated at Hindmans sulphur well a fairly good crowd in attendance Speeches were made by ExLt Gov J R Hind man and Squire Gowen suitable for the occasion- L S Smith returned from Cumber land county last week with six extra good mules that cost him 8840 The 4th and last quarterly meeting for this circuit will convene here on Saturday and Sunday the 13th and 14th protracted meeting will fol low conducted by Rev Hulse the pas torMiss Sallie Montgomery of Columbia accompanied by her father was here last week looking after a music James Garnett and Rollln Hurt passed through here last week en route for Edmonton to attend court Mr John Bell of Nell was here one day last week and reports every thing moving along nicely in his midst Mr Titus Mercer tbe uptodate merchant of Camp Knox was here a few days ago Mr Burdette of Lebanon was here last week buying mules at 875 to 8125 per head J A Diddle and L M Wilmores boys have been sick Mr John Hughes of the lone star Statels visiting relatives here Dr and Mrs S A Taylor extend their thanks to the people of this cinity for their kindness during the illness of child- SundaySchool Convention and chit drens day at Union last Saturday and Sunday was largely attended The ex ercises of both days were good Nearly all Sundayschools in the county were represented Our free school will begin here on the 20th Prof GP Dillon will be the teacher We have not learned who will be his assistant W L Walker and wife of Nell visited relatives here last week Hudson Bros of Louisville bought of Smith Nell ten head of mules for 81500 also AB Humble of Russell Springs bought of same parties five head at 700 Dan Lewis of Burksvilie passed through here last week en route for Louisville with a car load of cattle The social at W A Hindmans last Thursday night and the one atL C Hindmans last night was largely attended a general good time prevailed Mr and Mrs Roy Walker of Nell had an operation performed on their little daughter Miss Blanche by Drs Nelland Taylor last week The oper ation was the removal of a growth on the right eye The little girl is getting along nicely and we trust will soon be wellThe death angel visited the home of Dr and Mrs S A Taylor on last Tuesday the 2nd and took from them their darling child Frank aged one year one month and seventeen days He had been a sufferer almost his entire life We would say to the bereaved parents to weep not as those that have no hope for the Lord doeth all things well The funeral service was conducted by Revs Montgomery and San dldge after which the remains were Interred in the family burying ground at Nell Died at his home on the 7th Mr J B Wheeler in this 80th year with a complication of diseases Uncle Butler as he was usually called was one of our oldest citizens a good neighbor and a member of the Baptlstchurch- He gave satisfactory evidence that he was perfectly resigned to the will of our blessed Master He leaves an aged companion eight children and a host of friends to mourn their loss The funeral was conducted by Rev H T Jesse and his remains Interred at the family burying ground atSparks vllle mvifls STORK The Glorious 4th has come and gone and if any one about ourJittlo town thought anything aboutit we havent heard them speak Wheat harvest is over Most farce ersare about through laying by their corn which looks well but is seeding rainThe little son and only child of Dr Hammond has been very sick but is now better Woader where the Foot Hill scribe got his statistics However we hope ke is right in his predkjfctoos ia regard to Democratic tletory is Uoveaber aad we believe if the Deawerate will Boa sate good men and then go to the leottM instead of staying at borne we OM beat every mothers soa wrrU A latttiigbK alil1Oktag CANE VALLEY Miss Gertie Bright of Campbell vllle is visiting Mrs O R Banks Mr Tobe Hurt of Columbia here last Thursday shaking bands wltb the boys Mr S S Vanhoy is on the sick list Eld Z T Williams tilled his regula appointment last Saturday and Sunday at the Christian church Mr and Mrs Newbold of Louisville were visiting here last week Wm Bailey Texas Bill as be is called left last Monday for South Bend WashingtonMr U B Wilson Mr and Mrs Frank Rice attended the Sunday School Convention at Union Messrs Ben Hovious and wife and Sam Humphrey of Knllley were visiting the family of S A Murrell last T Bartlett celebrated her 45th birthday last Thursday by giving a dinner to a large gumker of friends The day was very pleasantly spent in social way The house was crowded the little ones acquitted themselves admirably The singing was excellent and the drilling and acting was perfect in every way Last Thursday a very enjoyable dinner was given at the residence of Dr N M Hancock It was given in hon or of his oldest son Johnnie A great many juveniles were present and for several hours they were in high clover Refreshments of all kinds were served consisting of nuts cakes can dies eteln facteyery thing moved off Democraticr GKLENSFORK Quite a crowd attended the cooper ation meeting at Smiths chapel We are pleased to announce that Eld Wyatt Montgomery will begin a series of meetings at the Christian church the second Sunday in July About day light a few days ago the storehouse of Collins Co was dis covered to be on fire The door was broken open and the citizens rushed in and after some hard fighting the fire was put out The loss is about 8300 We extend sympathy to Mr Law rence Wilkinson who being in a great rush to finish laying by corn before the Fourth was seriously injured by being run over by his mule and plow Finis Rosenbeaum who has been employed by Mr Ripple for the past six months has returned home Mr Horace Jeffries will teach our school beginning the third Month in this month Miss Laura Willis is visiting her sla ter at Montpclief A large crowd of our people attend ed services at Mt Pleasant on the 4th Misses Sallie Wilburn and Dicey Webb attended the singing at White Oak several days ago Miss Vic Strange is anticipating a long visit to her aunt of Boyle county right soon Mr Geo Rosenbaum who was a con stant sufferer with cancer for the last year died the stand was buried on the 3rd We extend sympathy to the be reaved family Mr Finis Strange will teach at IIar veys Ridge FELIX A large crowd attended the singing at ConcordMr Bolin and family visited Mr Sam Chrisman and wife Saturday Othle Wells of Sewellton was at Mr Jo Keans Saturday Misses Lola McKinley Lola Richard and Eliza Grider were the guests of Misses Lola and Clemmie Phelps near Esto Saturday night- J G Stanton has been very sick this week but Is improving I The infant child of Mr Sid Sullvan is very sick with whooping cough Mrs Sam Chrisman killed a very large rattle snake in heryard last week Mr Jim Dunbar our blacksmith en tertained quite a crowd Sunday at din neroAll the people around here seem to know that Mr Dunbar Is a very generous hearted man and keeps his table well supplied Messrs Thomas Wade and Steward Rexroat of Font hill were here Friday Rev Elijah Bryant was ordained by the Clear Spring church Saturday tc preach the gcspel Mr L O Phelps bad a runaway last week while driving to the Springs accompanied by two ladies His horse received a scare near Welfare church and ran away with them all renaming in the buggy until the horse kicked loose from it No one was hurt Quite a crowd from this place attended services at Freedom Thursday Bob Wilson is visiting at Sulphur W S Clffey and I A Wil son are in the Blackfish bills looking after stivc timber FONT HILL Murrah Bradshaw of this vicinity Is very sick E J Walters and family are visiting at Phil While in bathing John T Withers sot his hand badly bruised on alog Mr Loren Phelps Jamestown will iHtruct the pupils at Salem this tall brankEmenillJagc ha3 been in avery critical condition but is beter Mr C W Holtsclaw and Miss Nan ale Fdey were married last Sunday Squire Hopper purchased a floe milk cow of Mrs Crisp of Jamestown for 135 Botti to the wife of B C Bradshaw Tanis 2f a tea t ROWENA Miss Hattie Dickens of Albany and Miss Clara Snow of Jamestown are visitino Miss Lora Snow Mr Joe McFarland visited his broth er W T McFarland of Columbia this week Mr Homer Long who has been in Bells Plalnc Kan for some time has returned home Mr Marcus Ihelps and Miss Hardee Rowe of Jamestown were the guests of Miss Maggie Rowe Saturday night- A large crowd attended the Fourth at Freedom Good speeches were made and excellent music rendered by the Albany band dinner served on the ground and the day made enjoyable by all who attended A large crowd attended the social given by Miss Lora Snow Mr Ray Conover of Montpelier was in our midst last week Mr Otba Weir of Fonthill was in this community last week seeing after bis school Mr Jack Vaughan and daughter Minnie of Lula were the guests of his relatives last week People are through plowing corn and are harvesting oats The wind storm in this community last week did considerable damage to corn and oats CREELSUOKO Quite a number of the people in this part attended the July celebration at Freedom Mrs B Holt who has been visiting relatives and friends In Texas returned home last week Dr A M Jackman passed through our midst Friday enroute for Albany accompanied by little McElroy Duvall Mrs W J Armstrong who has been quite ill for several days is improving SIrs Lula Trimble of Somerset is visiting her father T F Barnes aud Sewing Machine agent Jas Hull passed through our midst Satur day We have had line rains for the past few days all kind of vegetation looks line Miiuy of our farmers have turned their itttciition to the cultivation of peas with favorable season from now on there will be splendid crops Mr ond Mrs Walter Armstrong re turned home Friday after a pleasant vial l with his parents near this place GREENSBUlia C II Muncll of the News was here last week in the interest of his paper Mrs Jeff Henry is in Cincinnati this week Piul Scott of Danville is visiting his grand parents Mr and Mrs John Tootner W C lleizer left here Wednesday after spending a week with his rela tires Quite a number ef young folks went from hero to Campbellsvills to hear lIon Alt Taylor lecture The noted Penick Chancyhog case which bas been in the courts for three years has been finally decided in favor of Chancy Judge Patteson awarded a writ of prohibition against Penick from further trying the case The case of H O Smith vs D B Murphy a lumber dealer of London was decided in ciicjit court in favor of Murphy he getting judgment on his claim for over 8700 lIONTPELIERr The health of this community is very every body attended the cele bration at Mt Pleasant Russell coun ty the 4th Rev C M Sewell was the guest of Eld Z T Williams list week Miss Sallie Williams has recently been presented with a new piano by fatherMiss Smith of Grady ville is visiting Mrs Ellen Wheat Miss Vie Murrah will teach at Mt Pleasant this fall Misses Sallie and Lena Williams Nannie Willis Messrs Sam Wheat and Joe Williams were at Russell Springs last Saturday Mr T G Hartley has sold his farm near Esto to Mr L Richards Price unknown PELLYTON Mrs D K Pelly and daughter Mrs J HSanders went to Dunnvllleshop ping last week Mrs J C Feese and son of Colum bla visited relatives here last week Born tothe wife of Jasper Doss a daughterMr M Campbell Democratic candidate for county clerk was In Co lumbia recently Miss Vlrgie Tupman of Columbia was visiting here last week Messrs E L Feese J S Ellis were at Phil last week Mr Salon Campbell and Miss Pearl Lemon were isltlng at Elkhorn last week Mr William Coffey of Columbia passed through here last week enrbute for Casey county A Terrible Explosion uQf a gasoline stove burned a lady frightfully writes N E Palmer of Kirkman IarThe best doctors could heal the Vanning sore that fol owed but BucWeas Aral Salve end i tirely cured her infallible for Gala L Coras Sores Boils Braless Skis Dfe ae asd Pike sat r bdl Hn I r Look ht PennsylvaniaP- ennsylvania = now supplies the nation with the worst examples 0 political vice It has achieved un enviable notoriety in this line The corruption of the reconstruc tion em ill th south is surpasse by the brazen jobbery which flour ishes almost uurebuked in th Keystone State thirty years after wards The later manifestations have not the excuse in conditions that mitigated the former crimes There has been no overturn of the social system no demoralization of war no violent putting of th bottom rail on top no substitution of ignorance for intelligence iu the body of voters but a steady vicious degradation of public sen- tIment under the rule of selfish sordid wanton leaders chiefly of the Republican party NJ other State exhibits an equal debase ment of conscience and honor on the part of men instrusted with public responsibilities and neces sarily on the part of the constit uency which supports them Cam eronism gone to seed has raised up such politicians as Quay Penrose Stone and Ashbridge The worst scandal is not their specific misgovernment which is bad enough but the demoralizing influence of their example upon all the youth of the Commonwealth If tli criminals in all the jails were turn ed loose they would not be so dim gerous in their influence to degrade the standards ot public life as are the men whom the people of the Commonwealth have elevated to placas of honor They are ruder miuing the morality of the comin- ggenerationBoston Herald- DECATUR On Tuesday the 2Gth Mr Willie Holtzclaw of Diinnville and Miss Nannie Foley of this placeI went to Tennessee and were mar ried On Thursday the 27th the An gel of death called on Mr F S Foley who was forced to try the great unknown Mr Foley was a fine school teacher an honorable man and never wrongeu anybody His worst enemy was himself To his many friends I would say let us drop a tear over his grave for it is human to err but divine to for giveMr Abner Tarter lost a fine young cow a few days ago Advice to a Son My son follow not the foot peps of the loafer and make ex= t iple of him who is born tired t r verily I say unto you their isinesa is overstocked the seats are all taken and the whittling paces are all in use It is better t slaw wood at two bits a cord than to whittle in loafing match andabuse the government My son while thou hast left in thy skull the sense of a jay bird break away from the cigarette habit for thy breath stinketh like a glue factory and thy whole appearance ia less intelligent than the storeI dummy Yea thou art a cipher with the rim knocked offEx Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by tho use of Chamberlains Cough remedy If filleted witb any throat or lung trouble give it a trial fur it is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and per fect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have beer permanently cured by its use Bear In mind that every bottle is warrantad and if it does not prove beneficial the money will be refunded to you For sale by M Cravens Hardiu Satterfield a boy four teen years old met with a horrible death while driving a reaper on his fathers farm just across the Tennessee line Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate the full EightunlIlemergencies that come in every nousu hold Dr T E Barnhart of Claiborne sayIpleurisyIn relieving pain Price 2 5 cents ask yonr druggist Wm E Duncan exSheriff ofI Warren county died ofa sun stroke at his home near Rockfiold last weeK He was seventy years of age His son John Duncan is critically illof typhoid fever and his death is expected t Jessie Morrison who killed Mrs Castle in a fit of jealousy at Eldo redo Kan was found guilty of manslaughter iuythe second degree 4and given ten yrs i StunG by a Centipede Mrs Thos Senders Bluflton Texas doctorfwas sent for but before lie arrived some sensible friend wit a pltce of brown paper with MorLys Wonderful wounddThe doctor said his services were not neutralizedeor killed by the Wonderful Eight woundetownsIbave 3000 feet of dry pnpar hun br fur sale Also two bead of ciltile R M CAUELL KyeCut and bruises are bell d by Chain b raius Pain Balm IiiuhHJioiiv third the time any other ireitiutnt would ri quire because of its auiisi pile quali lee which cause the parts to heal without matu ratiou Fur sale by M Cravens The News nownas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments It has ever had We can please you if yuu ueed any thing in our line A Terrible Explosion Of a gasoline stove burned a lady fright fully writes N Ev Palmer of Kirkmnn Ta The hest rlictors could h ifihe running sire That fol Itwrdnut Hucklens Arnica Salve cn t rely cured her Infallible for Cuts tirns Sons iqs Bruises Skin Dip escsHmi Piles 2c at T E Paulls he matiiJirinttiit nf the Columbia Fiir his niHiIe agoid lilt by the follow hu utiuotitiCuujeiii All p rolls UVT cteuiy y ars of agt will be admitted fw Ill old people do not often get awy from home and this will eniblu Went without expense to spend four days very pleasantly with their friends throughout the country rl 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 iousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Gentle but effectsve Ouly 25c at PaulPs drug store Fun SALE Nine stock hogs Weight eighty to one hundred and forty pounds F G WILLIS JOlla Ky At the Culumbia Pair a premium of fifty dollars will be given to the best gentleman rider Persons twenty years old and over can enter Webb York was acquitted at bis examining trial in Clinton county for the killing of Ad Terry n god sixteen years at Cumberland City York proved u ulpir case of self difenso The dvtrcKSinij news conies np from lnuiklin Ky that Judge II Goodnight is very illut his home in that place of what is feared to he all atttekof typhoid f vcr Circuit court is in session at Franklin and Judge Goodnight has been unable to preside for several days Judge Goodnight is otto of the best and ablest men in Kentucky and the news of his ill ness will be learned with the profoundest regret by his legions of friends all over the stuteGlus gow Times John Lancaster a Henderson paper hanger despondent over the death of his wilt took poison and death result edIThe J rfferson county grand jury in its report said it believed that gamb ling was still going on in Louisville but that the police were doing all in their power to stop it Mrs Edward Kuthren tried to keep her husband from being electrocuted at Columbus 0 by cliiminir that she herself committed the murder or which he whs convicted bits he was put to death Mrs W II Burnett of Dunlop Tenn after coning the mother of twins and tripletts Ins given birth to quadruplets Editor Samuel J Roberts has bought up all of th stork lit the Lexington Leader and Is now Its owncr John Withers colored was sentenc ed to serve three years in the peoitec tiary for killing William L Roys1 a medical student of Louisville An un expectedly strong defense was developed during the trial John Lyson and Ilowxrd White two lads vere drowned near CurdsvIJle while swiming In Green river W Ti grant a prominent tobacco t exporter and oneof thebcttknown of Louisvilles business mentis dead you may approximate the stars to ajEraUkegtibang the ocean on a grape vine to dry wipe the nose of a cyclone with a towel cut off the tail end eta tornado fur a keepsake put the sky in ia gourd to soak unbuckle the bill bind of eternity and open up the suu and moon for health resorts but never delude yourself with the idea that you can escape the other side of purgatory if you dont pay the printerEx The papers are printing a story of Kansas negro who was stealing a ride ontne trucks of a passenger train when the train ran into a mule The train stopped and the crew looked around to sec the damage done and spied thn gro They fished him out and said What are you doint there tI Why I was riding dat mule said the negro and they took him in a passenger coach and carried him on his way with apohgics Casey County Fair August 14 15 as 10The Bible institute of the Russells Creek Baptist Association will be hell with Pleasant Valley Church July 1 to 18th InIThe Kenton county grand jury dieted Justus Goebel on the charge that he secured the appointment of Jerry Kirtley as city auditor and re ceived two a month from his salary 03150 a month as compensation for the appointment lie is a brother of the late Gov William Goebel is a prominent and wealthy merchant of Cincinnati but is now in Phoenix Ariz with his famil and iu ill health lie has been advised by telegraph of the indictment and it is believed that he will return and face the charge as quickly as his health permits Tile largest oil gusher yet struck came in Tuesday at Redfork CrcekI Nation north of Denison the Frisco railroad extension ThuA oil spouted 400 feet in the air and all efforts to cap the pipe have proven in vain Thousands of gallons of oil will be wasted The well is owned by the Pennsylvania If you are looking for a divorce youI had best steer clear of the State Washington A man brought suit against his wife charging that HsbeI quarrelsome vicious in murderous iu threats against the lour plaintiff and his parents hysterical and ungovernable in temper crazy In her actions and by her careless and bpisterousnes screamingI laandnigbt an intolerable nuisance to all her neighbors and the Supreme Court decided that there were no legal us grounds for divorce in such allegations ip Kentucky Fair Dates Toe hollowing ate the dates for huldi lug this Kcutuckyfairs this yoarso far as reported Gut1l1hJutdIY I llustonville July i43 days Danville August 61 days MadUonville August 64 days jj Lawrcbc burg August 204 days Shephurdsvillc August 204 days LaGrange August 213 days iBardstown IBowllnColumbia August 204 days The Connecticut Mutual doss not write a loan polky nora tontine policy It is an annual dividend company If you want to know all about the differ ent policies writ t n call at this otllcc Private Sale I will sell at private sale our house hold and kitchen furniture between now and the 15tb of this month MATIIIS SINCLAIU 1891 was 795631 1892co 1893co 835604 1894II 776819 1895co liOooOor VVt CARDUIW aWINF Or has pcrmarw t relief to a uill lion miCerins women who were en thai aturotr Mrs titasfastdoningnhoalbrhr yt 1rvof Coni periinu avcn crf lirin her case Luo Hutferal vith t en nlca of falling ot tho worl lee x and profuse mcnstrnntion Thu ppearaneo of the monsesi r two stha napped her vUHty unto se Wlt hy real wr k r n rvcro rystei pvThen fco tho trial of Wino of Cardui and th cure Sirs Mitchells experience ought to commend Wine of Cardui to suffering women la words cf burning c WINEOFC j1JI Is within the reach of tryWomen who try It are relieved Jc rear druggist do rredyoudWino of rnd Vliwlford Black nra t hiro pnrtnmednmirarulooscare- i raw had rrett foforcr i lnt of tho sad Icncorrhwa and r r came ever seek for mom d wore very painful Mr bus band to try of Cardui IIrnqbt and now tho thorn 5thecahas dltappcarcd met cm restored perfect health In mI crlr- vtwry Iiettxeetdue hattanooga Chas Rosenfleld Bro GENFJJAL ICOllISSION MEKGIIANTS 25 West Jefferson Louisville Ku Shipmcntsof gas flutter Gcr Poultry solicited HEFKKKNCES stud Insurance Pink Driisnias gency Adams KxjTt s C ARSON MOSS T co IBLACKSMITHS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY IWe are prepared to do any land of work in line In firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work 10wIs any firstclass mechanics We will take country iatmarket value Give call Shop near Columbia hill Co JICAw1a1i anything you invent or Improve also get aletchorphatofor or BOOK ON PATENTS ate fi0SPatent Lnwyers WASHINGTON DC J Nwly FurnlsI1CdAmerican IfeelrsaASdYOW PI trJlCo DayJ f MEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr GOEDON MONTGOMERY 4 QYlli 17Cm l1l1 COLUMBIA KY AdalrandadJolnlngi eSOfllcc up stairs over Fauns drugstore 50000For Nearest on the Total Vote qf Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess u 6000 For Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000 Thirdr 1500It FourthIt It lOOO FifthrI It It 500 Sixthcc 400ItSeventh 300 Next 20 each 51OO amounting to 2000rr 1OO 50rr 5000 5000er306O 5 1S3OO A total of 4387 prizes amounting toH 5OOOO In case of tic guesses prize equally Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in f 861625 846996 produce Correct Guesses divided 1896 was10201071897 864022 1898It 793169 1899co 920872 1000I 1049121 Guess what it will be in 1901 6000An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct beequallyThe Condition aro e100 for e years subscription to the Weekly Ercutter pntates cools eubscrlbor to one tuesa iUOJfo tea y v rly siujocnptions secures ten guesses ioOO for nee ntlb rt ten years secure Iwa guesses WeeklyiEnquircrr4 0 5 v IStock in the Columbia Q1lCothti 1 you want u take this oiisqchjexists Cure forCholerji IurnntntNo tr Ktiouit tn Fui Duriigl3s May al Infant child of iUr neighbor via Suffering fiom shot ri lIfaJturuJh Doctors bad ftivon up al hip s of icouvc y took a hot tle fCliimberlalnN Colic Cholera and O rrhiw nI c n jlr ii u e tell n hi r t a4 owl It used UCIUM iir t c s to- titiars tine t iir d lut racy rc ov r It Tlii rjj iLox xLorous It 1111 IIrmivdy ireqii till Lr r knou it 40 ralllr C Ltt r BooovjRer Oio Pr ile by M Cravens Thf Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Tioubhs II have been in the drug busifeas for twenty years and hay sr KS all of the proprictury medic iocs ofay note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Ctnm ht ran Colir ni ri D nil a llciuccy fur all s umili an cl trouble stys O U Vtk jit f Columbus Ga This ivtnrriy 1 two severe isusos of diut ri mortal in my family und i have te tuera- nd sold hudr dorA tt my customers u thiiir uuro gtrbfad tlon It utTiMsu quick itr hnrotre- in a plca int form No faintly should be uhhout It I keep It In ray bose at all times For sale by Cravens Seven Y ars in lift Will wend rs ever cease inquire the friends of Mrs L Pease of LJW rence Kan They knew Mie bad been unable to leave her bed In seven years on account of Kidney and Liver trou blc nervous prostration and general Mi iiliot Three bottles of Eiec iilir liircscii ifd me t MVdkshe wftus inl iti three months felt like a aew p rcn tr men xnSTrribg from II e a d a c Ii o Backache Net vousne 6 Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting airl Uzzy Spills will find it a pricelis InJt rry it Satis fact n iSRiiar iiifc1 Only For sale by T P Paull New Carriage and Wagon Shop I have leased the Itabtnk shop and will give Carriage Vtfaqon V opk- hj cial It inn Utfby me viil lc llntolasi JfI duce tjkn In return for hers S F EUBANK BRUNERCO WUOLISXLTi PRO DUCE BEA 111 VecharzenocoaauiUsion on Butter Pu try aud Egg Ala gte rant e hiheo msre prices 471 Ji rook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Pumps Hosts Beitiiio PACKIXG HOiLER lUJlR8 Wei Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Gu 1s for Water Gas and Stem Mill and FaGtory Supplies Call on or address THEAHREMSOTTrHF8COi 1NCORPORTP- DLouisvIJIo Ifoiuucky Wilmore Hotel t- t WlI VIIIIORg Prop Qradyville Kcntucfvy j T 111tbanGood sample rooms undo urstK Rates very rCtsIHI Feed- stable attached TUETHHEE I CITIES SHOE5T0EE DJiAIKIiS IX Exclusive IligliGrarte V J Eoiits mcHISr oarmsvoua NtVi lksgu Pence t Fitting Moilcrn Sitwu 346 JTourtli AytiiiTr a LOUISVILLK r5r 0 IPATTERSON HOTEL rjY nucKN PresldIJ I nUCKXER Vies 1jcsident No otter place c n je found than at tle above named hotel It isnew elegantly furnished and theta M0 atall times sup plied with tho best the market affords Feed Stable in rare cut I J B PATTERSOVy Proprietork JillJUCKNER Jnl Secy and Treas fuckrei Tobacco Warehouse 80 t t3J33UfCHAPELSPECIAL RTTENTION CI3dHN PRI ATE SALes Fount MONTHS FHEII STOKAQE HOUSEiCOBC OB ISTPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon MarBle Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of IlrlkRBLE f rm lWJ lltl IIE EDSpeciilbefore We arc prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WM P JEPPItlES local Agent Columbia Ky AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL S 25000 OC 12500000AMOUNTAddress all correspondence to HOME OFFICE 4 zLEXINGTON KY GOOD TEEMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee expentfor it is actually less sive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satisfying You will find a Ilst of tttlafal antii4Coffeethese articles become when youeJecton condition that you sent oar Notion Department a certaia ffiuaber of signatures cat from the wnppiM- ARBUCKLE MOS NetieaZtoft f Nor flak City NYr f 4 f