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TV I t THE ADAIR COWNTY MEW8f VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1901 NUMBER 36 POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J btRuaaellPostmaster Office honrsweek days 700 a m t0930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CiaouiTCocRTThree sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May aria third Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth AttorneyN H W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt OlerkJno1J Coffey CcoMFlrst Monday In each month Judge J W Butler County Attorney JasGarnett Jr ClerkTRSlnlt8 ebJailerS H Mitchell lF Jones second Monday i AtkinsI DIRECTORY Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m cveiy iabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Rev P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Bov castor Services third Sunday in each monthI i andayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer nesting Tuesday night CHRISTIANJ Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES J MASONIC Loon No F and MRegu ar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month WM T H Sect B M Nol meets 0 rat Monday night in each month J E H P W W Secretary Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0JESTThe above Hotel has been re ttcd repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at Cached IIOIIIIROIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KYtHOLT VAUGHAN Proprietorsa 0openedTandBolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords The proprietors arc attentive and very polite to guests Good sample rooms and the building is scnvenlcut to the business houses First class livery attached to the hotel Terms very reasonable Leb baulithyC LEBANON KYr 0n Itlaundrytented workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair qs Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro L REED 6 MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky SRUNER CO WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVIlLE KENTUCKYr Nwly Furnished American PI tjiJlOo t Per Day m Iic Jcc ors ofcfc r MEALS iJW MarkeiSt LOUISVILLE Kft J I4ICHI5LEYRi l1te i7 not t Had His own Graveyard IIec Bruner a United States Mar shal of Indian Territory in the early days enjoys the rare distinction of having a cemetery named after him And the strange part of it is that no one is buried there except his own vic tims There are 28 mounds in the cemetery Under each are the hones of some bad man who brushed up against Bruner and got the worst of it When Bruner was Marshal the In dian Territory was about as wild a country ever gets It was filled with horse thieves cattle thieves train rob hers and desperadoes of all kinds A law abiding peaceable citizen did notI stand much show Murders were so considerend news Thefts attracted no attention whatever except from the ones who suffered loss The country was run as near along anarchistic lines as the most ardent anarchist of New York or Madrid could hope Little attention was given to the consent of the governed The desperado with the quick est movement of his shooting hand and the most nerve ruled the roost That was the condition until Hoc Bruner was appointed United States Marshal When he took charge of the ofilcehe decided to revolutionize things and make Indian Territorry a good place to live in Ills friends laughed at him although they knew he had nerve To go up against notorious gangs of the country they said was foolishness It might result in clean ing out a gang of two but in the end would result in the Marshal being wip ed off the map What was the use to endanger ones own life in order to make trouble for the desperadoes they would ask To this Bruner replied that he would drive the opening wedge toward civilizing the territory it it cost him his life the first day He stuck to his resolution and he didnt lose his life either But he bad several narrow escapes He was punctured by bullets until his frame could be used for a sieve and he had his blood spilled in many a fight but not enough of it at any one time to make him bite the dust While the desperadoes were making it interesting for Bruner he was a dead shot and when ever he pulled the trig ger on his man it meant a seperation of soul and body There was no dis count on that Bruncr began to hunt down the desperadoes The first one he killed was buried in a grove south of Tahlequah The second one was al so laid there And so it went on until the carcasses of twentyeight bad men who bad met death at the hands of Bruner while he was acting in the line of duty were buried in that grove A rail fence was run around the graves and the cemetery was named Bruners Graveyard Only one grave in the yard is marked with a marble headstone That is the grave of a no ed horse thief His pals chipped in nd bought the tombstone because he a good fellow All the rest of the graves are marked with wooden slabs Many of them are enclosed wI thI slab fences while others arc enclosed with rails laid in a hog pen fashion After Bruner got his graveyard pretI ty wen filled the desperadoes began to realize that he meant business ledI whenever one who heard that Brnner wanted him he would come into town and give himself up rathe than run the of being the next one to occupy space in Bruners graveyard From time on Bruner had an easy time Kentucky Fair Dates Toe following are the dates for holding the Kentucky fairs this year so farI reported Guthrie July 44 daysIHustonville July243 days Danville August 64 days Madison ville August 64 days Lawrenceburg August 20 4 days Shepherdsville August 20i4 days LaGrange August 213 days Shelby ville August27 days Springfield August 282 days Bardstown September 35 days Elizabethtown Sept 104 days Bowling Green Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 181 days Columbia August 204 days The News now nas the lost complete assortment of stationary job material and equipment it has over had Wo please you It you used any tbJngln ilae i At tile Columbia Fair a premium of fifty dollarswill begiven to the best sientlcnian rider Persons twenty jfcirs old ibiJ fiver can enter Sfe r LIBERTY W CTU Stanford InteriorJournal The W O T U at Liberty is in a high state of exhlliation owing to the fact that Mrs Sophia Stone our din trict president is with us Her Ing relatives in our town has been our union what a lighted torch would be to smouldering flames She se to have inserted new blood into ou veins S6 we must be up and doing knowing that activity is the only way to maintain life She attended our weekly meeting Saturday afternoon when she made an inspiring talk encouraging us in our good work Ware e exceedingly proud of our union both as to numbers and to quality Our town has only about 450 inhabitants and of this number more than 100 long either to the W C T U or L T L We have 30 working members and 15 honorary members in our union and we flatter ourselves that we are of the good substantial matlal that will wear well and do inestimable service for the great cause of temperance The union gave a reception at the Exchange Hotel Thursday evening in honor of Mrs Stone to which all mom bers were invited Invitations were also extended to our ministers but previous engagements ca 11 e d Bro Montgomery away which we regretted very much Bro Ferril attended and gave us a very eloquent talk for which we tender our thanks At 10 oclock refreshments were served in the large dining hall which had been beautifully decorated with ferns and lowers Four tables were arranged with a seat- Ing capacity for 30 The refreshments copsistcd of cake ice cream and sher bet Those who contributed the re freshments were Misses Mollie Phil lips Annie Warner Lizzie Adams Coo ra Hale Sharp Amanda Stone Annie Belden Sallie Stagg and Mary Pierce Our guest of honor was taken into supper by Rev Ferril Each guest was presented with asouvlnirof sweet peas tied with white ribbon After supper we returned to the parlor where Mrs Stone delivered her address which was responded to by Miss Emma Belden local president both of which wereI highly appreciated by the audience The addresses were followed by re marks by Rev F rrll and Judge Til ford after which we had a social chat and general handshaking lastly bid ding each other good night we parted each and all feeling that it was good toI be there Let every union take courage and go to work there is much to be done Respectfully PRESS AGENT Food for Reflection The following gem should be pasted In every mans bat as a reminder of his duty when he desires tospeak ill of women Remember this Beware how you speak of a womans character Think how many years slue has been building it of the wounds received of the toils and privations endured and let no suspicion follow her actions The purity of women is the salvation the race and hope of future great ness and the redemption of man Wipe outlier purity and man sinks be neath the wave of despair with not a star to guide his life into a channel of safety Think then before you speak Jand remember that as any hog can root up the fairest flower that ever grew so the vilcstcan ruin the purest charac terFliesVdorse Than mosquitoes A number of investigators recently have called attention to the important role played by insects in disseminating disease Because of their great num bers and active habits flies are no doubt the most dangerous insects in this respect After feedlngon the ex pee ratlon of the tuberculous on the faces of typhoid patients or other fective material they carry disease germs into innumerable places and de posit them not only by direct contact with their filthy little bodies but by their excreta and the dnst formed by the crumbling jjf their dead bodies Restaurants infested with flies are special abominations The danger from this source Is not small and as the summer is now on us in good earnest with hordes of these pests i t seems a desirable that everything possible shall be done to limit the amount of mischief done by them More effective measures are needed for destroying flies and preventing their multiplies tlon The war on mosquitoes by our sanitary department in Cuba has shown what can be done in extemlM tibfc IMfccte and the iltetixtl aa- which are already being made in sever al different places In our country to carryout the Cuban methods show that the people arc willing to act if shown the best ways Until some successful method has been devised for shouldtotaken to prevent their access to sputum or other infectious materials fruits and foodstuffs should be thor- r oughly cooked or washed If flies have been allowed to come In contact with them and should be protected from flies after preparation for use Phila delphia Medical Journal The American Women Max ORellhas discovered only two countries where men are in leading stringshis own and the United States The French woman he affirmed in a recent lecture in London is supreme in the politics of matrimony She knows it is a question of remaining not beautiful but Interacting hence her little bustling ways and her varied manner of doing her hair In this country he said marriage was looked upon as the end of love making but in France after marrying your wife you had to win hera process very pleasant If so many kisses were not indulged in before marriage in this country there would be more after ward In France not more than one man in every 500 belonged to a club As for womens clups ugh American girls Mr ORell praised without stint Tha animation of their features the brilliance of their conver sation their freedom from affectation the picturesqueness of our language oh they were glorious and unique he avowed The American girl of seven teen was allowed almost every liberty and she took the others In conclusion Mr ORell enthusi astically remarked that If he could be born anew selecting his sex and coun try he would say Please make me an American woman AMethoclist Horse The fondness for spring chickens is not confined to Methodist preachers out in this county says the Hartford Herald In or about Colesburg there is a horse equal to a whole Methodist conference in his ravages an the poul try yard The horse belongs to Mr J A Stovall and it is no uncommon thing for him to eat a half dozen spring chickens at a meal Last Sunday for dinner he consumed He runsafter them and as he catches them devours them feathers and all This appetite- on the part of the equine has only been recently developed but it has been sufficiently voracious to put Mr Stovall out of the poultry business in short order White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation waS felt by the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin slowly changed col or also his eyes and he suffered terribly Ills malady was Yellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was ad vised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes After taking two bottles was wholly cured h A trial proves its matchless merit for all stomach liver and kidney troubles Only bee Sold by Paull the druggist The Child of the Drunkard The London Lancet an eminent medical authority presents a report upon the questonas to whether drunkenness can be transmitted It is not disputed that a parent can transmit a quality which he has himself InherIt- ed but that he can transmit a new habit cultivated by himself is denied The report which is the work of a committee of fourteen physicians holds that the last word of science as declared by teachers of physiology biology and botany is a very definite assertion that no instance of the hereditary transmission of an acquired characteristic has ever been demonstrated either in the animal or vegetable kIng- dom It this be a fact a man can only transmit to his son the hereditary taint with which ho was born and if man having no inborn tendency to excess yet acquires drunken habits his progeny arc in no more danger than arc those of his neighbar leavidg out of consideration the effect of cn vironmeriton youth It is not denied that drunken parents who become thus mentally and physically weak are JiablQ tohdve children who Bra d gen witter weak in lib sy and feeble in f mind such persons in fact as under propitious circumstances tend to come paupers criminals epileptics and drunkards The point which is denied is that the drunkards child has the specialized tendency to become inebri ate rather than vicious in some other direction The report then says It seems probable that the question of environment is of more importance after all than that of heredity and a man of strong will is Just as likely to exercise it in the gratification of his desires as in the contrary direction If a man of powerful will finds that alchohol gives him pleasure he will take good care to repeat the expe rience The habitual drinker is one to whom alcohol brings enjoyment either as a positive pleasure or cessation of pain whereas the voluntary abstainer is one who from constitutional pe culiarity finds little pleasure in alco holic exhilaration Alcohol weeds out from every race the individuals who most enjoy and indulge in it The races otsouthern Europe who have had the longest experience of alcohol ic drinks are now more temperate than the British the Scandinavians and the Russians It is a matter of common observation that the most extreme abstainers are generally the children of drunk ards They seem to have beeu born without the appetite for liquor not withstanding their claim that their intolerance springs from a hatred of strong drink On the other hand it will be recalled b f ssy ready observer that most of the drunkaidcpf his ac quaintance are the children of temperate and exemplary families It seems to be an attempt of nature to equalize matters The Ideal Husband He should acknowledge her equality of rights legal and domestic He should set aside a portion of the family income for her sole use and not ask her to give an account of how it has been expended He should not be disturbed by the fact that she declines at the altar to promise Cto obey He should be on that high plane of enllghtment that desires a congenial companion in a wife and is anxious to stimulate her development along the lines for which she is best fitted rath er than to wish merely a good house not come into her pres ence or that of his children exhaling the odor of liquor and tobacco He should believe in and uphold one standard of morality for both sexes He should provide that marriage shall place no more restrictions on the wife than it does on the husband He should treat her always as equal to him in every respect as his beloved companion and his nearest and truest should make his personal life as clean and pure as he wishes hers to be It Dazzles theWorld No discovery in medicine has ever created one quarter of the excitement that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Its severest tests have been on hopeless victims of Consumption Pneumonia Hemorrhage Pleurisy and Bronchitis thousands of whom ft has restored to perfect health For Coughs Colds Asthma Croup Hay Fever Hoarse ness and Whooping Cou3h It the quick cst surest cure in the world It is sold by T E Paull who guarantees satisfaction or refund money Large bottles Soc and 100 Trial bottles free Thomas J Blgstaff of Mt Sterling has filed suit against Judge E C ORear of the Appellate Court for 11000 which he claims as a balance due from the unsettled law partner ship of BI stall ORear which ex isted until a few years ago A Poor Millionaire Lately starved in London because he could not digest his food E uly use of Dr Kings New utepills would have saved him Then strengthen thestom ach aid digestion promote assimila tion improe1 appetite Price 25 cts Money back if not satisfied Sold by T E Panll druggist uIs that MarsT he whispered ache slipped his arm around her waist and gazed upon a glittering orb tar In the distant blueuNo It isnt she claimed jerklngawayi Cits mine and If you think you are hugging maIn tfeUytfo ttiat ydkara mistaken lt COLUMBIA FAIR9 AUGUST 204 DAYS o i The stock display will be an eye opener and every otherfeature of the entertainment will eclipse all former exhibitions A SplendidBand of Musit- will be in attendance Dont fail to attend this splendid fair Good shadeandwater in abundance An Automobile theHorseless carriage will be on the grounds and the old mens riding ring will attract many sight seers W H HUDSON Pres C S HARRIS e- cRUSSELLSPRING8FAIR The dato of this splendid place of entertainment September 3rd 4th 1th1 6th 19Of i 0r The gcbuuds are in excellent condition and a V iFirstClassfIf you want to spend a few kays pleas B antly keep the dato before you An Excellent Band of nLlalC will be engaged and all drawing attrac tious on the grounds J H SMITH President A P SIMPSON Secretary j r IJ W4tL Al Wi Fifty Cents a Year Less Than a Penn a Number THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY Published at Atlanta Ga After a career of more or less activity in the Southern field for r over a quarter of century The Sunny South has again become n weekly better and more readable than at any time in its history It contains serial stories from the best known authors the world over It is devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and is their own story paper Short stories sketches incidents of war and of peace anecdotes at home and afield ems ideas fash ions hints for home keeperszeverything of interest to old andJ upThe ANTHONY HOPE now in progress with fall synopsis to cover former In stallments and Rosalyndes Lovers by Maurice Thompson to begin 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found than at the above named hotel It is tow elegantly- furniali rand theta iftbio at all times sup t plied with the 3best the market affords v t Feed Stably irugon aeLt4 ion Jf PATTBRSON m liert dI 1 44 it ilI a y i w t I J THE GfSEY JGOUNTY fflIR fl OIfTION Aug 14 15 and 16 G R THE ADAIR GOTINTYIffiWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adairgounty News o Y3 IINCORPORATED CECAS s HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests of the city of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poatomceaeaecon d class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONEYIJAB SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY JULY 17- Al1NOUNCEMENTS FOK COUNTY JUDGE We are authorized to announce T F GOWEN a candidate for the office of County Judge of Adair County subject to the action of th Democratic party We are authorized to announce J Butler a candidate for reelection to the of County Judge subject to the action of the Democratic party COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo arcauthorized to announce Gordon Mont gomerya candidate for the office of County At torney of Adair county subject to he action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce Jas Girnett Tra candidate for reelection to the office of County Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK tV are authorized to announce P T COOLEY a candidate for the office ot County Court Clerk of Adatr County subject to the action of the r Democratic party We are authorized to announce John Campbell a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SHERIFF We are authoaizcd to announce R Hurts candidate tar the office of Shertffof Adair conn ty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Dr S P Mil ler a candidate for Sheriff of Adair county Ject to the action of the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Wo are authorized ito announce John W Flowers a candidate for the office of County chool Superintendent of Public Schools sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce A H Ballard acandidate for the office of Superintendent of Public Schools of Adair County subject to the ction of the Democratic party FOR JAILER are authorized to announce JAMES II A 111tELLacandidate for Jailer of Adair coo Hy subject to theaction of the Democratic par ty We arc authorized to announce S SCtftyetveil 4acandidate for the office of Jailer of Adalrcqym of the De mocratic partytysnbjecttotheaction FOR ASSESSOR- We are authorized to announce MB c O JEFFRIES candidate for the office of Assessor of Adair county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR SURVEYOR are authorized to announce nT McCAF JFBEE a candidate for County Surveyor sub- Ject to the action of the Democratic party Steel rails have advanced two dollars on the ton Last week Mrs Taylor wife of W S Taylor died in Indianapo lis Ind and was buried in that cityIThe President and Mrs MoKinj ley are at their homo Ohio Mrs McKinley isnowabler ito walk about her premises b The Democrats of Ohio met in Convention last week and nomina ted Col Kilbourne for Governor by acclamation The platform op poses imperialism rUr Cole and Jim Younger itheue torioufl bank robbers who ihiive been in the Stillwater penitentia rYlfor the past twenty five years have been paroled Thy can net rt f leave the Stte9f xMinneiot- t They were members of theJaaie t z fang and were present when the k Rank of this place 1obbei ani st ier Martin r a t Mr G R Feese has withdrawn from the roce for sheriff He returns thanks to his for profered support Mr L L Murrell has withdrawn from the Democratic contest fo the nomination for School Super intendent He returns thanks those who had promised him thei support Gov Eeckham in his speech at moroabout rough roads than good roads Gov Beckham has been traveling in a mysterious way and those who had gone before him understood what he meant 00Mrs Martha Patterson Johnson daughter of Andrew Johnson who succeeded Lincoln as President of the United States died a few day s ago in Tennessee and was buried a Greenville beside the remains of her father Gov Beckham has comm 1Json ed Chas B Poyntz of Maysville NewportoState election Commiasioners The latter named gentleman is a Republican Sam J Shackelford isI the third member and Chairma- the board Save for a few isolated tnunder storms the drouth is practically unbroken iri Missouri Kansas Ok lahoraa and the Indian Territory There is no relief insight and the situation daily becomes worse Prayers for rain were offered in many churches in Kansas and Mis souri last Sunday In North Tex as and Western Arkansas isolated rains are reported Mr R T McCaffree who ha been the Surveyor of Adair coun ty for quite a number of years de sires that the Democratic party endorse him for reelection in the coming precinct meetings Dur ing the several terms he has serv ed the people an honest effort ha been pie to deal wetly with men ll in ruuuiog Disputed lines and his work for the county hag been entirely satisfactory Whit he has no opposition for the nom ination he desires a large compli mentary endorsement promising George Alexander was defeated by the Democrats for the nomina Lion in the primary for Common wealths Attorney in the Louisville e district His defeat was not a surprise JJe laps State Senator i the lastegislatnretQeve ampqrtaut uestiori heyoted with the Republicans It is a matter of impossibility for a man to be a very good Democrat and vote Re publican Itis equally as difficult for a man to be in love with Re publicanism orbs vote for Demo cratic measures A n w free a perfect right to be neutral and when he votes for men and not measures he should not be classed as a member of a political party iWHHJQBAWAL CARD To the Democratsjof Adair County For several weeks it has been generally understood among my friends that I was A san4 fdghe fpF the office of County Court Cleric Monday in this month Igave the members thereof to understand that I would accept the nomina tion if given me In the last few days I have given the matter my undivided attention and looking over my base affairs I find that it will be im ogf bh for me to make the race I hays inter y t atftke requiring my pelOnalat Jkeotion ihewc lpj itdrawlfr8In- 1thiRblionia7tkR60hdaypftAaet Vsrj trmly il HiY 91eat I LIBERTY KENTUCKY Wilkinson Secretary underI partyr Rev W P Gordon will not fill his appointment at Cane Valley next Sunday as he begins a pro tracted meeting at Mt Carmel on that day is less than three weeks until forrcounty offices will be nominated andrwill work day of August to get out their full strength The candidates are an- Democrats and the canvass is moving along without a jar We are glad that such good feeling prevails It is the only Toad to success and we believe when the nominations have been made that the unsuccessful candidates will be in the saddle for the winners The present is a Democratic fight the only question being who are yetThe Democrats of Louisville nominated their ticket last week and it was done in decency and order Hon Chas F Granger won the nomination for Mayor over Mr T L Jefferson by a large majority Harmony prevailed therenare no old sores to heal or breaches of trust to repair The ticket seems a strong one in every par ticular and will receive the united support of all Democrats which means victory in November The flattering prospects for Democrat ic supremacy in the great metrop olis of the State is enjoyed by the Democrats in all parts of jthe Commonwealth for of late years the divisions and dissentiona with Louisville Democrats have enlist ed distress and trouble in the pars ty throughout the State hence we welcome any evidence of the pass ing of discord and the inauguration of good feeling brotherly love and victory The announcement of J W Buts ler in last weeks issue was re ceived too late for comment as we were nearly ready for press- work when authorized to announce biJRl candidate for Judge of the Adair Gonnfcy rQur subject to the action of the emocrq ip par ty but comment is immaterial Judge Butler is known to every Democrat in the county and we might say to nearly every citizen He isa gentleman whose official life measures to the full require ments of the people who elected him four years ago As to his Democracy it stands untarnished though he is not considered ultra or extreme in his political views His standing as a citizen his rec frfd AS an official and his ability and etortninon to land a win ner in Noyembei5aro all cubrnjjbjied to the Democratic voters of this county to determine whether or not he is the man for the head of our ticket The announcement of James farPeJ4 Jr a candidate for Cogni jy ttorn a eared is last weeks isgue of thje ewftbujt i was received at such a late hour no notice of it could be given without great inconvenience to this office Mr Garnett however needs no eulogy from us You know him as a Democrat who has always supported the nominees of his party and an official oti- ItflYH watched his course from childhood yor oygs have been on him for the last four years sa courageous off aer YOU know his campaign qualities and knowing him as you do we do not feel that any thing we could say would ad vance or detract from bin appreciated standing and worth as an official and a hard and aggressive fighter against the common enemy in the final contest in November Tka FofthiB county has been duly ni ally jjumrjUd un M ft 1fp ld8thilomOialcoJntyh finaucialconeUtion ever en loifttrj tl u FELIX Mr Cyrus Kcan diedon the 7th aged 84 threshers are playing us a tune this week Uncle Peter McKinley our best far mer and lover otuNo top pies was at Freedom the 4th in t and reports plenty to eat and a good time There will be children day celebra tion at Clear Spring church the third Sunday in August Miss Tormina Stanton Visited Miss Hester Vlson last Sunday Messrs Henry Wilson Simpson Sim mons and Wesley Wilson visited at Willis Wilsons Sunday Mr Harrison Stanton was in James town last Wednesday on business Mr Joel Bolin has been visiting at Mr Cornelius Stephens near Foothill Mr Bryant Coffey bt Cany Fork is very ill with flux TOLEDO Mrs R Mitchell is on the sick list butsbe is not dangerously ill Mr A P Thompson has about re covered from a spell of sickness Misses Pearl Pendleton and Minnie Vaughan attended the institute at Greensburg Miss Jane Todd of Adair county visiting at this place She is 80 years old Mills Hallie Bacon of Lexington is visiting the Thompsons Messrs Theo and J F Pcndletou of this place recently sold a lot of cattle to Henry Altsheler Horse Cave for 1195 Miss Ophelia Jones will begin the school here next week Mrs Martha Jones is no better at this writing There is every indication of oil in Metcalfe county A company at this place is expecting to test the matter by putting down a well Will Faulkner who spent several months in indiana has returned home JJextrSuneJay wjll be Childrens IIa at this place A large number Is pected DUNNVILLE The weather Is hot and dry Crops are suffering for rain Farmers are about done saving their hay School teachers arc all busy attend ing the Institute this week at Liberty All the young people of this commu nity went to the pinicc at Russell SpringsW Cundiff is running his saw mill on full time and is making fine lumber for Mr W G Smith Mr S L DIckcison near here is very low with cancer Mr DIckerson Is about l 82 years old and as good a min as yer IJteq Last week Mrs Ben cit StackhQuse who lives live miles from here and hpr daughter killed two rattlesnakes in a very peculiar manner Mm Stack house heard a noise between the wall paper and the wall and thinking it wee a mouse she caught it in her hand calling her daughter lucerne and help and when they broko the papar the were in possession of a large rattle snake and before itcould be killed an other one rattled behind the paper but in a few minutes they were both dispatched I was in that country three nights last week and I imagined I could see snakes all the time T Williams preached here last Saturday and Sunday The News now nu the mostcompleto assortment of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had We can please you if you need any thing In our line lelituckY Fair DatesITne following are the ing the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported Guthrie July 44 days Hustonville July 313 lays Danville August 94 days Madisonville August Cr4 days Lawrenceburg August 204 days Shepherdsville August 204 days LaGrange August 213 days Shelby ville August 274 days Springfield August 282 days Bardstown September 35 days Elizabcihtown Sept 104 day Bowling Green Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 181 days Columbia August 204 days Cure forCholera Infim turn N ev er Known to Fail During last May an infant child t our neighbor was suffering from chol era In fan turn The doctors had given up all hopes of recovery I took a bot tle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to the house tell 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 now vigorous and healthy I have recommended CravensiLOW RATESTO CKLIFORNIHVIA f6 Big iollr On April 2nd 9th 16th 23rd and 30th Ticsymany p on sale at very low rates from paints alopg the fiiglpur lloute and 0111iWJ LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt W P DEPPEI CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky YETINERY SURGEON ijstulo pojjcyij Splints Spavin or any sur cldsswork4ogeatfairprices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fled to take care of aleck- S D CRENSHAW Dlsappointmenty GORDON MONTGOMERY ttbY J W COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoininri counties Collections a specialty FOflJce up 1fs over Paulls drug storeILadies FavoriteMorleysLittla Live Pills for I1tiious People are the ladies favorite becauso they are small easilj quietlybut IT fHij J 4g11Fjq ELEMENT II Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat ifflcNes1BridlesFOIdi WFJ rFRIs SON Coldent i c J l 0 HARRY B PYNE WILLS NGER BRENt iIj Second Hand and New OE ALL O ice and LiachineryuA Louisville Tel 615 ESTABliSHED J827 IS OUT OF ItEPAIB- S ind into us we will repair it for you at as low a cot as good work will permit and warrant It TO GIVE SATISFACTION We also carry a full line of Watches and Jewelry of every description Send for catalogue or call when in city r Engraving FREE 1RIOX GIRAKDET CO MiOl Wafarket Louisville Kentucky 1UssElil s4 IftGs fOTEli K1MBLE KY i Is now open for the traveling i t1 e year round It is a large commodious build ing as the picture In dicates and is run in every particular 400 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop TURNER BEOS LYON DEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES fiND GtIRRii9GES Campbellsville Kentucky They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at short profit Write for further information oiicall and see them r FOR JONES CHAIN MOWERS AND1JQNES LEVER BINiDEIt Cultivators Handmade Saddles and Harness and tile FISHER Bujrgy was nted for j2 uiqntbs JKOKTVOTMrIr eCl TCl firstclass IJVHALCFOR i1tE 9fJ5pgJGJJMte 1 tng1R epaff tB 4Il STOVES WfitL iO SINS A S 5ANDfIJCKPTSMADST00Di3R S 0 LiBtAJ ENrr1T t EI PERSONAL MENTION Mr Jake Bailey wash re lastThurs J day- Mr T B Stults was in Campbells yule last Thursday Mr W G MCKinley is lying very i lowwith typhoid fever Mr M W Bubel ofLebanon was in Columbia Tuesday Mr Geo W Belchenberg of Louis vile was here Tuesday Mr J N Coffey returned rfrom Louisville last week Mrs Mary Cravens waS quite sick several days of last week Mr Jas Garnett Jr was on a bust ness trip to Louisville last week Mr Loren Phelps of Jamestown was in Columbia last Saturday I Mr W L Walker was in Louisville last week purchasing goods Mrs Lucy FoUls and children are visiting relatives near Bliss Miss Annie HunteTjO ffradyville is 1 visiting her aunUjH jjaura Allen Miss Sarah Schooling of Lebanon is visiting the daughters of Hon H C C L Faulkner or Toledo Met calfe county was In Columbia last Sat Vincent Dockery a merchant of Jamestown was in this place last W B Patteson and little son f Tom returned from Green county last i week Miss Oda Kash of Frankfort sister of Mrs A D Patteson Is visiting in ColumbiaMr Judd is rapidly gaining strength and in a few weeks will be himself again Mrs Lilla Claycomb and her little daughter returned from Cumberland county last week I Young Mr McChord and Miss John 1ston of Lebanon are visiting Miss Sallie Stewart Miss Lisle Bird of Shelby county will visit the Misses Baker this city arriving the last of this week Mr M Cravens and his son Tim 4left Monday morning for Greensburg Campbellsville and Lebanon XMr J Bryan Stone of Jamestown fson a business trip to Oklahoma He will be absent about two eeks Miss Nora Bradshaw Montpelier paid the News a visit last Friday She will teach the Santo School Mr Frank Judd and wife and Mrs Yaughan who have been in Illinois several months returned home last tridqf Mr J BBarbee went to Louiville Monday and will ship his new hackfor- the Columbia and Campbellsville line this week Misses Alice and Lucy Garnett and I Mr John Garnett of Glasgow are visiting the family of Judge Jas Gar nett this city Mr Geo Hurst the blind lightning rod man has been in the county for the past week He has been making this place for twentyfive years I Mrs N B Miller and her two sons Nat and Tom of Nevada Mo are visiting relatives in Columdia Mr Miller will arrive about the first of August Mrs Kizzie Murrell willnot reach home for several weeks She will leave Frivnkfortin a fdw days for Tata ham Springs and will arrive here about the first week in August Mr Jas P Miller Crocus was in Columbia last week He accompanied his lawjers Messrs J F Montgomery and Kollin Hurt to Elroy having an appointment to take depositions Mr R L Durham of the Greens burg bar was in Columbia last Friday on his return ron0jjjfcsit to Mrs Dur ham who has been quite sick at the residence of her father Mr H P JF Burton and wife who hava been visiting their soninJawi Mr J P Mrtii4 Robinson Kansas returned home last week Mr Burton was well pleased with the country but will continue to live in Adair Miss Edna Lewis a bright little daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Lewis who has been visiting at Glasgow for the past six weeks returned home last Friday accompanied by Mr AlvIs Goodman who will spend two weeks W PRlpmI jlssesSusie MattIe aad Ellen Sin clairjaccompanled by Mrs Ed Sinclair left Columbia for Oklahoma last week Mr Frank Sinclair having embarked in business in the new territory We trust that they had a safe journey and that success will crown their efforts in all their undertakings LOCAL JOTTINGS fev r t t golymhla Fnrojture Company Tbs paper and th OQurlerJollrnal 150 per yea- rTheRuell Springs Medical Society wiilmeetat that place August 1st and 2d Every body invited Our accounts are due the first of July All persons owing us will please I call and paySr BUSflEIJi OKRSLL f U It y9uwn5t to invest some money in the r0il Co call on or write WkilVJeftriae or aay member of the ccwa ByinfeifitowB l t i 7 Institutenext week JColumbIaFair August 20th 4 days Plums and olackberrles are on the market The indications pointtoa fine mel on crop- Candidates for nominatlon are shak ing the bushes Theschool per capita for this year will be 250 Itis said the oat crop inthis county is the finest for years Picnlr at Green River Bridge the 20 of this month Gardens and crops generally in this section are needing rain Hon Geo E Stone of Liberty is the father of a handsome daughter The first Sunday in August will be Childrens Day at Picketts Chapel A musical entertainment wilt be given by home talent during the Fair Miss Panne Stults is teaching the Sulphur Fork School near Picketts ChapelSProgram for the Bussell Springs Medical Society will is published this week- The Burksville Circuit Court opened last Monday Judge W W Jones on the bench The Rockcastle Band will furnish the music for the Liberty Fair which begins August 14 The Russell Springs Fair will begin Tuesday the 3rd day of September See adon first page of this paper Colored picnic near theLong View Saturday the 27th of this month A good band of musi will be iq attend ance It Is our understanding that the publicans of Adair will nominate their county candidates the first of Septem ber Mrs Compton daughter of the late Pyrrhus Nelson was adjudged to be of unsound mind yesterday and sent to Anchorage A large acreage in Adair county was set in tobacco but the crop will be light unless soaking rains come in the next few days The attention of the public is called to the Columbia Fair fad In this Issue of the News Catalogues will be out next week The old mens riding ring qt the Columbia Fair is to be followed by a ring for the young men showing the contrast between age and youth in horsemanship People from all the adjoining coun ties will attend the Columbia Ealr It is to be the best show ever given in Adair County Remember the date August 20 4 days Call and see the best kitchen safe ever offered for sale here They are cheap COLUMBIA FURNITURE Co The mail between Whetstone and Burksville was robbed last week of a package containing 3200 The money was sent from Albany Ed Scott the mail carrier was arrested Wanted 600 binds of oats Will pay the highest market price and will pay it in cash F R WINFREY M II Mucuu The Adair county Teachers Insti tute will convene in Columbia next Monday It will be conducted by Prof Shipp who is not a stranger to the teachers of this county Mr J S Royse received his thresh ing machine last week and is now hull ing wheat It is an excellent machine and those who hold their wheat for Mr Royse will not forget it Mr M W Jones has been nomina ted by the Democrats Casey county for County Judge He Is said to be a very popular gentleman and it is pre dictedby his home friends that he will be elected If you want to own some stock in the Columbia on Companydont wait too long It is now on the market and selling at a atlsfactoryrate and a few weekSi or few chiys may 1 lath ri o purchase Rain is badly needed throughout t Adair county All kinds of vegetation is suffering and unless the ground re ceives a soaker in the next few days there will not be more than a half crop of corn The potato crop will be usually short AIL persons owing me tares for the years 181S9 andlIjOO most call and pay at once if they waat to saxe cst fmust collect these back taxgs fne taxes for JQOl are qow due Call upon me or my deputies and make payment J W HURT SgBBiyy The Directors of the Columbia Fair met last Friday and arranged one of the best premium lists ever offered in this part of the country Fifty dbl larsforaS minute and one hundred dollars for a 230 trot are offered There will be some of the best stock contending for premiumjH4thae i0- rb8 seeo Tn of bbe oooalry beeides Adair county has some prem IcfthI for her itpotr The cataloguee will1e riI MIllq a fewdayaand iMdy tor dtotelbwUoa V Ai Ct A PatheticMtiiig Last Thursday at noon Mrs Mattie Roberts and three children of Oklahoma arrived In this city en route to Tarter for the purpose of visiting her father Sir W LBradley whose home is in the vicinity of Tarter in Russell county In the evening Mrs Roberts and her children were driven to Mr Bradley and the meeting of the old man and his daughter was Indeed pathetic It was to Mr Bradley as If thejdead had come to life for fully thir tyeight years had passed since they parted in Barren county she at that time a babe of only a few months To Mrs Roberts the meeting of her fath er in his old age while tottering on the verge of the grave according to natural laws was a most precious prlv Ile ethe gratification and fulfillment of her fondest desires The two em braced and only the tears and sobs tes tilled to the inexpressible joy of both parties From vhat we can learn this Ipng separation was brought about by the separation of Mr Bradley and Mrs Robertsmother In Barren countyabout thirtythree years ago Mr Bradley then came to this county while his wife In custody of the babe went west In due course of time the child reached womanhood was educated and refined and twelve or fourteen years ago was married to a wealthy ranch owner and farmer in Oklahoma For many years Mrs Roberts desired to meet herfath er and fully determined to find him She advertised in the Glasgow Times which brought information to her that he was living in Adair county From this she soon located him and a correspondence was opened which resulted as above stated Mrs Roberts moth er was a Noble a lady of a good family and why they parted we do not know Mr Bradley again married an excellent lady and has three children who arc now grown one of them being a teacher in Russell county Mr Bradley while not wealthy enjoys the reputation of a good citizen and the meeting of his firstborn and his little grandchildren was a great boona pleasure which was unspeakable Mrs Rberts will remain ia this country six weeks Mr Ellas Dunbar Dead The subject of this notice lived about three miles from Jamestown and was the father of Mr H H Dun bar Circuit Court Clerk of Russell county and was a highly respected citizen The deceased had reached his 84th year and for quite awhile hal been greatly filleted consequently his deathjwbich occurred last Friday was not unexpected The remains were buried near the old home a great many relatives and friends being present The deceased was a Christian gentleman and was ready to meet ills God The sympathy of this paper is extended to the surviving members of the family Russell Springs Hotel This splendid house of entertainment is now open for health seekers The spring at this wellknown water ing place is popular throughout tne State for its curative powers and the location is the healthiest in all this country It is high and drya fine breeze all the time The table is supplied with the very best and charges quite reasonable Write to the undersigned W M VAUGHAN To Trustees and Teachers The Adair County White Teachers Institute will convene July 22 All tieachefs of the publio schools t ch rs folding Certificates and thoSe expert lhg to 60 examined In August are re quired by law to attend the full session of the nstltute The Colored Teachers Institute will convene July 29 Thursday will be Trustees day of each institute WtD JONES S 04 S hn Great Reduction in Millinery In order to close out our entire stock forthis 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 Jdit Tnt BRAI Ay- iMs ErnE Bisknsniw Notice Taxpayers I have the tax books for the year 1001 and am now ready to receive your taxes they must be collected at once and I ask you to come and settle I or one of my deputies will be in my office every day Come in and get your receipt 0 tq1 J Bell Si 0 0 Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and wantto be cured without medi cine or the knife will please write to Prof JS Chapman Gleqsfork K1- No cure no pay ijotice 411 persons indebted to me must come afad settle it fei 4uAwThe Somerset the owners of the SunnBrook wftitej have paid all expensea and royalty and hare de dared a dividend of 35 per ccBt and have moneY l ftto throw at birds The Cohimbia oil Jo4upany has tern 0YMiS1IRoyBfOk which will devi ped at aa early dy There will bepreaehiDfc at the M iswicj places iwzt SuD g n g WaJ 3srLW It wdoo Tike Bob t liouoe iVjOS W1 Harae Cr ektoro W ac Saodld Uafeat r jr Motf 1s1u QrWfcj G W- 1Xtery ypt W P OoHwi cMVaMT LH ti t r A News reprsidtaUvewas in Liberty last week and found the teachers institute in session over a hundred teachers in attendance many who have not as yet secured schools The institute was being conducted by Prof Willis of Lexington an instructor of State reputation During the week several entertainments were given and a very instructive lecture by the conductor Both hotels were crowded and the merchants were kept busy during the week Mr W H Phillips has commenced the erection of a new bust ness house upon the square which will be occupied by Mr Hall the tinner Every body is looking forward to an interesting time during the Fair It will open August 14 and continue three days Assurances of many strings of fine horses have already been received and the indications point to the best Fair ever held in Casey coun ty The young people have been notified of coming visitors hence numerous social gatherings will be on the boards The large sawmill of C H Bartlett Son Is turning out a great deal of lumber There is a ready mar ket for their goods and this enterprise brings much revenue to Liberty The striking of and breaking the arm of Mr Neal Dixon by Mr LemI Smythe occurred last week just before we went to press and the particulars could not be gathered As we now understand it there are two stories to the unfortunate difficulty Smythe claims l that Dixon had turned his cattle out into the woods they having gotten In to Dixons corn and he went to him about it asked him to round uphis cattle and that Dixon refused Hot words followed and that Dixon started toward him with an over knife Be lieving that he was in danger he struck tbe lick tbat broke Dixons arm Dix on says that he was plowing when Smythe came up and ordered him to gather up his cattle that he refused and continued his plowing Presently he heard a norse and looking over his shoulder Smythe was in the act of striking him and did strike with the result as above stated that he did not have a knife with him that it was at home on the mantle with his tobacco Tbe examining trial of iMr Smythe was called last Thursday and continued J until Monday following Monday the case was called and an examining trial J waved United States Marshall James has again notified the County Judge ofaTaylor county that he will be in Camp bellsville at an early day for the purpose of collecting railroad taxes I There isa large element in Taylor county who oppose the payment of this tax and have been resisting for years The usual courtesies arc 01 extend ed the olector the hotels of the place refusing to bqard him and clerkg The Taylor county people evidently think they know their business but toa us it looks like the bondholders haves the decided advantage Those whor hold the bonds are Innocent purchasers The county voted a very large tax and afterward compromised by agreeing to pay a sum less than 100 000 and to a man up a tree it looks very much like this last agreement will have to be fullfilled Further more nothing is gained by acting discourteously toward the collector The old homestead where Go J ItrHindman and his brothers and were reared is an old time double log building located on Big creek near Milltowri It is in a fine state of pre- servatIon and was built about onp hundred ears ago Ii is a typical il old Kentucky hone with beautiful shade eVergreens about the yard and as fine water as flows can be found there Mr Alexander HindS man the father of Gov Hindman was one of Adair countys best citizens and for bis neighbors and friends the latch string was at all times on thej outside of the door In speaking of the old home last Monday in answer to a question put by an insurance agent Gov Hindman said That house was never insured nor was a door to it ever locked It Is now the residence of the youngest son Mr Charley TTlnrlmnnnnr like his fsiUipr and older brbtherq he keqns an vopen house1 We take from Sundays CourierJour nal report of the number of children in the school age and the amount thatI the teachers of each county will drawI for the year lOOlWe give Adair audI adjoining counties Adair number InI school age 5092 amount 1273000 Casey number In school aell4ia- mount 33575Q Gflniberland number n sphqol geq535i amount i8315 9 Green numrlnscboQl age 4255 amount 11 03750 Met clte number in school age 3488 amount 872000 Russell number in school age 3489 amount 8859750 Taylor number In school age 3820 amount 955000 This statement shows Adair county secoud only to one county that thebes her borders as Io children and it further shows that our Children are revenue pr tlucers but still Casey leads us 1n J r our tf Iiestiept u the Cpluiflbia Company1 i the best rIsk ever offered the people of this sgc tioo itS property Is ja the e nter of the field andthestogwill all gooafc placed We would be fU4 to Hate a number of Adtfr county people take stock in this bueiaeas for we believe that they w uld sot regret it but we cannot put tip guarantees nor will we endeavor to persuade ItI8sfilply this way If you dont like Hadirt Lw dotojaq etW ciw tJ dot Uito Invest a few dolhaj in this risk whine tbe ehftwMM art ten to one in favor of a good trikw baVDOJItOte to If you desire an- inteiet aeod Mi JOt each bre Jn wutrd APdarWolu s74k14 H4bf Ii FORSALEAn 18horse power second hand Gaar Scott Co compound traction Engine at a greatbar gain Write quick to s Jo H Chandler Agt Campbellsville Ky One day last week as Mrs T P Dunbar and her daughter Miss Zilpal were leaving town a bolt dropped from the buggy letting down the shafts The horse started in a run but was checked beforeeither of the occupants were hurt Mr J tf Martin who lives near Robinson Kansas a former citizen ol Adair county prospering at his new place of aboard He threshed twelve hundred bushels of wheat this harvest and planted thirty bushels of corn on one hundred and ninty acres uf ground Burks ville was visited by a desru tive fire last Friday morning McCum as Williams livery stable rigs and twentyfive horses were destroyed From this building the flames spread burning Allen s drugstore Simpsons and Smith Snows dry goods stores The loss is estimated at 25000 par tially insured Now is the time to place all orders for monuments and tombstones wanted between now and Christmas Delay no longer but call on us at our shop or write us a card and we will call on you If you want jvork done this Pallet us have your order at once so we can get it cut by the time you want it Coakley Sims Bros Marble Works Campbellsville Ky A very large number of young people attended the picnic at the Fair grounds last Saturday The Metho dist and Christian Sundayschools com bined throwing a great many children together The day was very delightfully spent good music and plenty of every thing good to eat for the large assembly Nothing pleases children better than an occasional outing Paid list since our last report Capt B F Powell T J Bryant Mrs Mary Cheatham A I Hurt J W Murray Z L Samuels Tom Pollard A Loy R B Logan J W Richards A Young Eugene Ilubard J F Leftwich W C Stark O C Allen W Jameson Andy Eubank W C Smith B P Rowe H H Rynierson Geo C Montgomery J F Martin C L Faulkner Sallie Rose Cluff Thom s J B Bradley The good roads movement is meet ng with favor all over the State Organizations are being perfected IB many counties and befQre a great while the weary raycler can pursue hjs way without fearing ditches and mqdholes We do notknow how the ood roadSpeople raised the funds but the work Is evidently conducted upon n economical plan The movement start in Adpir With good all over the county the value of farms would be greatly enhanced Dr Jackson will be at the Russell prings Hotel Russell Springs Ky luring the Summer season July and August Persons desiring to try the new method of healing should avail hemselves of the opportunity while n their summer vacation Good hotel ccpmmodaslons can be qbtainc at easonable rasC- L4rIusL JACKSON OSTEOfATIIIQ PUSICIAiS SOMERSET KY Call or write for further information Miss lat Tijlor who Is one of Columbias accomplished music teachers has accepted a position in an insti tutlon of learning at Richmond Ken tucky She will enter upon the dis charge of her duties about the first of September She is not only skilled in her profession but Is a young lady of education and refinement The institution has made mistake in selecting her to preside over the musical de partment as scholars advance rapidly under her tutorship ii The yoqng men in this day and generation are perhaps no worse tb n tley vcc in old n tinges but hat Is parsing strange to men who have been the road is that those with dissolute habits can not see two days In front of them Every movement that is made by the young men of a small town is watched and recorded and at no time is there a cant for those who a e qdt Walking Goberlx before his fellow man We learn from Mr M Cravens that his brother Thomas who has been in Tcxa for the past en years is In a low state of health He has been urg ed to come to Columbia to recuperate Raittbe people in Adair county kind ly remember Tom Cravens and be world be given a hearty welcome Tiie meetng with brother qqd sisters and the frlenflso hla boyhood would have s better effect upon hU feeble consti tution than medicine and here wb epe the atmosphere is pure water cool and refrephsf ih chances are bat he oulregatn his lialt- bRA1YLLF 0 Q returned from Louisville ist week Ttfrs H C Walker and daughter visited hot fattier at BUn last week JissLena Grisewkvisited MJi Clara Wiimore last Saturday night Messrs G P Breeding andvrife RkhRrGedinRIgc S SoaJ BiVG PD1ei ti ikter Mtel Josle ef Breeding J W Townsend and wife Mines Mercer lied Caldwell of Mill town atUnded the quarterly meeting here lait SVuwky and Sunday wtt1Maiid1ig ke dry lq wtiirtte tw MWHeeerrwboJslB fKWi c iAi4iltewkto dMMerter MMrJHr lia Baker Uncle Billie says he is ii perfect good health bus a good appe tlte and sleeps well We are always glad to see him bCiuse he can ten us of our fathers and grandfathers that passed away years ago JB Yates and A B Wilmere at teqded the Institute at Edmonton one day last week H A Moss W C Yates and C Pe nlc of Greensburg were here Saturday A B Wiimore and sister Miss Ada visited friends at Joppa Saturday Farmers are taking advantage of the good weather and are making a nice lot of hay Mr J D Walker and daughter Miss Kate visited at Edmonton one day last week Mr Clem Keltner and wife of Cool Spring visited Mrs Julia Baker last Saturday night Prof Robt Campbell of Breeding was in our midst one day last week Miss Sallie Montgomery and Mrs Laura Allen of Columbia were guests of Mrs J J Hunter last week Miss Pearl Hindman Profs Thad Salmon J B Yates W II MeCraifrec andJH Nell began teaching their schools last Monday Mrs James Hearon and children of Glasgow visited the family of Mr Chas Yates last week Mr W L Grady is preparing a nice string of Peacock horses for the Colum bia fair Look out sonic body will get leftH A Walker was in the Montpelier community last week looking after cattle L S Smith our uptodate stock man refused to sell a threeyearold Peacock gelding to Hudson Bros of Louisville for 175 Ourfree school will begin the 2Uth with Prof G P Dillon as principal He will have a firstclass teacher for assistant Smith S Nell bought in Cumberland county thirty cattle that averaged 1200 Ibs for 81550 also bought some good mules and horses In same county from 100 to 140 per Lead two mules Clay Kinnaird for 245 two mules of J fl Kinnaird for 205 bought sheey Pen Summers at two cents 30 fat sheep of Walker Hunter at U to 2c Sold two oxen to B FMar shall of Greensburgt for 6100 Sold 17 mules and one horse to different parIties 2200 they have 15 aged IDulefI 150 fat cattle and 300 stock ewes for sale lIESTOWNJThe school at this place opened last Monday Miss Fannie Smythi is the teacherMr Dowell and family of War trace Tenn arc visiting relatives at this placetMiss Lula Miller of Lula is visiting her cousin Miss Olga Gann Miss Hattie Dickens of Albany is visiting her cousin Miss Ethyl Patter son Miss Clara Snow visited Miss Lora Snow at Rowena last week MrsES Falkenbturg is visiting relatives at Bart Misses Etbjl and Sallie Patterson Haidee Rowe and Mr MarcusPhelps attrnded the party given by Miss Lora Snow of Rowena Mr D J Schooling of Columbia was in town last vjeftk Mr Will RiM of Grady ville spent a Sow days of last week in town Miss Clara Snow entertained quite a number of her young friends last Tues day night In honor of ills Hattie Dickens of Albany Mrs W S Stone who has been visi ting in Liberty for the past month has returned home Miss Haidee Rowe betrn hcv school at Pleasant Hill lasV week M3a A hlipun IpruLSunday in v Mr W S Knight was in Columbia last week TAUTER Died on the 2nd an infant child of MG Shepherd Born to the wife of J W Bu inc a boy Some few caof liux in this placers May Montgomery of Joppa has been visiting relatives here D B White one of mcat prosperous farmers was in Columbia few days ago- Walker Bryant will begin school aa this place next Monday JI Crayons of Rq aoU courjty vis ited the family oj W G White Satur day and Sttntffty that harvesting Is in full blast and the yield is much bettor than expected John ROIH of Lincoln county was here last week looking after his staves Owen White attended the celebra tion at Freedom Milton Wolfqrd lost a horse last week valued at 80 Mr Waller of Campbellsville was here last week and bought a nice loj of timber from different parties and will bring a mill here soon Dora Redford had a child to qet bit bya snake last week Tho Inc ana Ltoraber Company has- placdli1agesaw mill here which em ploys a large crew of hands cutting 85000 feet per week It will take about two years to complete thr eea tract Joeh BpBtit as moved a sawmill exceptwbiMkIf DJT rttr who hg been erecting a dweJlDratutl plice bag jasfc goAit eompJfct rf It aao mack Tmaty ia Tarti IfAProgram will be the exercises ot the Russeli Springs Medical Society August 1st and 2d Call to order by President Wm Blair Glensfork Ky Address lIon John L P elps Jamestown Report of Committee Secretary Treasurer and Unfinished Business Enrolling New Members Payment of Dues Appointing Committee to Ar range Program for 1002 Emergencies JT Wesley U L Taylor Colum biaInsolation A V Neathery Russell Diagonsisof Suppression and Retention of Urine J S Rowe WL Garner Hum phreySubject to be selected JNMcCor mack Sec State Roard of Health Bowling Green Disease of Bone Geo M Reddish Somerset C D Moore Cane Valley Surgery in Obstetric J G Carpenter Stanford Bertie Carpenter Huston ville Anaesthesia in Labor W L Lowder AW Cain Somerset The Isms of Medicine public at night U LTaylor Columbia Apoplexy L F Hammond DunvIJIe Puerperal Eclamslar Steele Bailey Stanford Wormy children J BScholl Jabez Lagrippe and results J F Barker Huston ville Medical Ethics Wm Blair Glensfork Dysentery W R Grissom Columbia Medical Jurisprudence Hon G Paul Smith Columbia Endomctritis F A Taylor QUARTERLY REPORT OF TilE BANK OF COLUMBIA AT TJTR CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TJH5 sijth J ar OJ JUNE igol RESOURCES loans and discounts less lans to Directors 610711 Loans ta Directors officers not iteluded Loans to Officers Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Due from Nitional Banks ea4a Due from State Banks and Bankers BankicK house and lot Mortgages Other stocks anti bonds Specie 4j36 Cjrrency 9175 Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and UxturcM Expenses last quarter Give description locatita val ue and long owned alt real estate except banking boDss and lot Dont own any L1AIHUTIES- Oipital tock paid la cash 330w Surplus fend 700000 Undivided profits 2706t Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid Fund to pay expense las quarter Highest amount of indebtedness ol any stockholder person company or first including in the liability of he company or firm the liabUity of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds per cent ofcap tal stock actually paid Inandactu al amount of surplus of the bank Slow is indebtedness stated in above iteml secured by collater its The cash value of which cz ceedj tho indebtedness Highest awaunt of indebtedness of any director oroflicer if aiuounVor such indebtedness exceeds per coal of paidup capitaA stock bank How is same secured by coUat temls 1J cash of which is more that double tho indebtedness Does amount indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the llabilitty of the company 03 firm the liability of the iiuUxiOua members thereof cicey Super cent ofpaIdnp capital cod actual surplus Amount oflastdivtdend Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom beibro declaring a dividend and was not less than per cent ofnet profits of the bank for the period c6rerel by the dividend cirekd to tho surplus fund before M dividend was dectexvd expenses possess interest and taxes were deducted Surplus al ready exceeds percent ot capital 1759fl STATE OF KENTUCKY J Jo Coffey Cashier of the Bank of Coleus bin a bank located sod doing business in the lown of ColuinVa in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of said bank at the close of business on the diy of Juno to the best of his edge and belief and further says thai the bust ness of slid bank has been transacted at tho lo cation named and not elsewhere nnd that the above report is made in compliance with an official notlco received from the Secretary of State designating the 29th day of June as tho day on which such report shall be made Jo Cashie tDirector T P rJ Director Subscribed aol swor t before me by Jo Coffey the 2nd da ul1901 A N P A Ct Ccsvmissipn expires January StunG by a Cov a Mrs Tiles SanoB1ufftonTexag was stung b centipede A doctor was asft for but before lie aniied sensible friend wet a pie c el brown paper with Morleys Wonderful Eight and applied it to the wound The doctor said bis services were apt aeedsR for the poison was neutralised 01 killed by toe Wonderful Eight i Kn Said M iwtw from lbs wwl1r i dby aatineverj wwa rt A CALL For Democratic Precinct Mass Meetings and County Ounimifc tee Meeting for Adair County At a meeting of the Democratic Committee for Adair oonnty hd at the circuit clerks office at Co lumbia Kyon the 1st dayof July 1901 for the purpose of fix ing a time and manner of nomi nating Democratic candidates for the the various county and dis trict officers of Adair county to be voted for at the November elec tion 1901 it was ordered by said committee that said nominations bo made as follows The Democrats of Adair county will meet at their respective vot ing places in each of the voting precincts on Saturday August the 3d at 3 oclock p m and ar range themselves in proper order to be counted for the different candidates for whom they may desire to vote the vote for each candidate to be counted and a tal ly thereof to be kept by the Com mitteeman for their district re speotfully and the vote for each candidate to be preserved and re turned by said committeeman to a meeting of the whole county committee to be held at the court house in Columbia on Monday the 5th duy of August 1901 at oclock p m at which time and place tho vote of the different precincts will be counted and re sult will hu certified by said committee The candidate for any county office receiving plurality of votes cast in the whole county for nominee for said office shall be declared and ci rtifkd by the County Committee tho nominee of the Democratic party for said office The offices for yhich nominations arc to be made are County Judge County Attorney County Court Clerk Sheriff Assessor Jailer Surveyor Coroner and Common School Superintendent and a Justice of the peace and Constable for each Justices dis trictFor the purpose of counting and preseriiiR the vote each candidate to be voted for may select a per son to be present and assist in the r counting If the Democratic Committeeman should not be Present at the time and place oftaking the vote the Democrats are to select a man in his place to take the vote I therefore as Chairman of the Democratic Committee hereby di rect the holding of the precinct mass meetings and the Adair County Democratic Committee at the time and places and for the purpose and in the manner herein above indicated In said mass meeting all Dem ocrats who will be entitled to vote in said precincts at the No vember election 1901 may vote in said meeting Given under my hand this 6th day of July 1901 N M TUTT Chan D C C H D MURRAY Secy ti Fourth of July Ace dents Tho Chicago Tribune presents reports from all over the country showing tho number of persons Rilled and injured as the result of celebrating the Fourth of July The number actually killed if less than last year being nine teen against thirty then but the number of injured is considerably larger the figures being 1611 against 1825V The real list of fatalities will however rot bo known until the number ot deaths resulting from loskjaw caused by toy pistol wounds come in Last year in Chicago there were no deaths reported on July 5 from toy pistols but boforfj the month was out twentyfive lead died from the resulting lockjaw and tho re mainder of the country sent in equally fatal records Chicago last year had one death and fortytwo injured This time no death is reported but there is a list of 103 injured The number of wounds from toy pistols however is limited to five which would indicate that the prohibition put on that dangerous toy was at least partially effective Of other cities Philadelphia makes the largest showing It re ports 175 casualties of every kind and description and Cincinnati comes next with J50New York was singularly lucky being be Hind Chicago in tho list of iujur ed but it had three deaths result iing from an explosion of fireworks and Now London had a premature t explosion ofn cannon by which two more w I4 lcjilfil lit Qiiiiic HI tliirf was also a totality frriij itiuauuj caused by hordes bnccniig Fyi fireworks stud there wirRjrmim tier of 1 juritH ii yur1Un cities growing out of tho SAUIB cause In the list of futulitiep explo sions of firaworka and the careless handling of firearms caused the majority of deaths but over one third of tho injuries were caused by the careless use of fireworks more especially skyrockets Next to the fireworks comes the toy pistol in tho casualty list Two hundred and fortynine child ren were injured by tbeso toys in various cities of the country and the question now is what will the fatality list from this amount to The other causes of injuries di vided the honors fairly well be tween them except that the most serious harm was done by the pre mature explosion of cannon in the hands of the people who were not accustomed to their use In severalcases unfortunates lost hands and arms by this means A lamentable case occurred in a small town in South Dakota where a boy was instantly killed by the explosion of an anvil which was being used in limiof a cannon The loss by fire resulting from the careless use of fireworks of their premature explusiin was Ks than in previous years the fires as a rule being small ones and the damage light In tho entire country from reports received last night it amounted to put a little over 60000 Visit to His Fathers Grave Disguised as a workiugman Robt T Lincoln went to Spring field recently to visit the tomb o his father the martered President Abraham Lincoln Why the trip should hove been made secretly is not explained Tho only theory advanced by Mr Lincolns friends is that he probably wanted to es cape the curiosity seekers wh would have assembled at the tomb tf they had known of his coming Mr Liucoln was met at the train by GovYates and the pair were driven to the cemetery- It is asserted that Mr Lincoln is displeased over the fact that his fathers body i3 lying in the iden tical place from which ij was stol en years ago The sarcophagus is near the iron door of the vault but this door would not prevent an attempt to repent the theft Thre is no night watchman at the tomb and it would be the work of bit a few minutes to re the door that guards the honored dead Mr Lincoln expressed his displeasure over the mutter while iu Springfield and as a result the coffin is to be hidden tnsdu the monument or buried under a block of cement It is more than likely that the coffin will be opened again before it is finally laid away for all time the coffin was last opened twenty six years ago and those present at the time assert that the body was in l perfect state of preservation Oly a small party will be pres et and the time and date will be carefully guarded from the public Mr Lincoln admitted tonight tint ho had visited his fathers l mb but declined to talk of the ni tterExverdant youth dropped into a j nv Iers and after gazing at some fraternity pins in tho show case srd to the proprietor Thems mighty nice breastpins JU got thar mister What kind of pin would you like to lookat low much is this one witha tJf compasses and a squar point ing to a Masonic pin Five dollars Five dollars Gosh You haiut got one with any handsaw on it have you Im just outer my time and as Im goin to sot up as a carpenter and jinter I thought Id like to havesomethin to wear so folks would know what I was doinVell Ill take it though Id like one with a hands w but I guess mebbe thats plain enough The compass is to mark out yer work and the square Is to measure it when marked out and any darn fool knows that G stands for gimlet Cuts and bruises are healed by Cham berlains Pain Balm in about one third the time any other treatment would require because of Its antiseptic quail ties which cause the parts to heal with out maturation For sale by M ir 7t j u Poor Old Hubby lltt came h U someiiig6te ago- ctiiG tired from a busy days tyoft rttiahi3 wife muted until he had etcff his coat says London TitBits Dill you get that piece of silk I asked you to bring 1 she inquired seeing that he bad not laid it before her Yes dear j I left it out therein the hall Did you get the pins Yes dear And the ribbon 1 Bobbies shoes 1 Yes And a wick for the kitchen lampYes And some matches Yes they are with the other did you see the man about the coal Yes j it will be up on Monday And the man to fix the grate in the diningroom Yes j hes coming as soon as he can And did you go and pay the gas bill Yes dear Andandoh yes did you order a new shovel for the kitchen Nnno he hesitated I forgot it- Good gracious she exclaim cdUWhat did you do that for p You know we needed that shovel and I told you about it the vory first thing when you went to town this morning I do think you men are the most forgetful and most careless creatures that ever livedAnd she was cross for the rest eveningf Cure for Cholera Infnutum Nev er Known to Fail During last Mayan infant child of our neighbor was suffering from chol era infantum The doctors had given alp all hopes of recovery I took a bot andoDiarrhoea Remedy to the house telling 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 now vigorous and healthy I have recommended this remedyfrequently and have never known it to faitMrs Curtis Baker Bookwalter Ohio For sale by M Cravens Stock in the Columbia Oil Co 810 per share If you want to take this risk of making some big money on such a small investment come while the op portunity exists The Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles I have been in the drug business for twenty years and have sold most all of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles says O W Wakefilld of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in myfamiiy and I have recommended and sold hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfaction It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should be without it I keep It in my house at all times For sale by M Cravens Stunt by a Centipede Mrs Thos Sanders Bluff ton Texas was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent for but before he arrived some sensible friend wet a piece of brown paper with Morleys Wonderful Eight and applied it to the wound The doctor said his 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 ogcnt in every town All Ministers of the Gospel and all persons over seventy years old will be admitted into the Columbia Fair grounds free the full four days if they desire to put in solid time Come old and young She Didnt Wear a Mask Butherbeauty was completely hid den by sores blotches and pimples till she used Bucklens Arnica Salve Then they vanished as will all eruptions fever sores boils ulcers carbuncles and felons from its use Infalliable for Cuts corns burns scalds and piles Cure guaranteed 25c at T E Paull The Connecticut Mutual does not write moan policy nor a tontine policy It is an annual dividend company If you want to knout all about the differ ent policies written call at this office The body fan unknown HUH handsomely dressed was found sating in be Kentucky river near MHwkys lit e r a t r Worlds Largest Gun Washington July 2TlJu manaje meat of the Pan American ExfivsHSirr will be uisappuiiird in ts hupooi w cunue the great sixicunuieU rinV which is being manufactured turii government and which Is iu tended to become a part of the coast armament This big gun has cost theUu o about a halt million dollars thus far and Is so far from completion tbat it is not expected that it can be exhibit be fore another year has passed It has been suggested in consequence that It would form a UiOt interesting exhibit for the St Louis Expos lion iu 1001 as it will probably be mounted by that time and ready fur transportation The castings for the gun are com plete but its breech mechanism has not been finished nor has the immedi ate gun carriage on which it is to b mounted In 1903 the gun will be ful ly completed and it is expected then as now it willbe the largcst gun in the- Norld It will have a range of twentylive wiles and its destructive ability rii hardly be estimated It is indicated however by the fact that tbe skilled gunners of the United States artillery believe any welldi rected shot from tbe great gun would entirely demolish the largest fighting ship of a hostile navy which might attempt to enter a port which itdefends Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate the ful worth of Morleys Wonderful Eigh until you have used it in a scoieof the emergencies that come in every house hold DrT E Barnhart of Claiborne Parish La says Permit me to say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and found it a good medicine in pleur isy rod Pneumonia Nothing equalsit in relieving pain Price 2 5 cents ask yonr druggist In the Durham Springs school district of Allen county the teacher open ed school last Monday with one pupil The district Is In a muddle and th teacher gave her first lesson by break ing open the door over the protest of the Chairman Many thousands have been restored to health and happiness by the use ot Chamberlains Cough remedy jf allllcted with any throat or lung troub le give it a trial for it is certain prove beneficial Coughs that resisted all otber treatmentfor years have yielded to this remedy and perfect health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit bave been permanently cured br its use Bear in mind that every bott ip warranted and if it does not prove beneficial the money wlllbe refunded to you For sale by M Cravens The tax that bad roads levies upon the people is like the tariff tax levied by the Federal government in that people pay it without realizing that they are doing so and also like the tariff tax the people wouldnt stan It a year if they had to pay it separ ately going down into their pockets cash cash each time Eat What You Like When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia indigestion heartburn foul breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will disappear and your cleans ed and awakened system will demand fond Sound digestion and sound ap petite go together and both follow the use of this time tried remedy Ask your druggist Railroads are of course beneficial to all communities but at least half the benefit that should be derived from them is completely lost unless there are good public roads leaning to them and in that way enabling the farmer to market his crops at the lowest possi ble coat Some people talk of the great cost of good roads but if theyll think over the matter a little theyll soon realize that the cost of good roads is insignifi cant in comparison to the cost of bad roads When once constructed the cost a good road is practically at an end while on the other hand a bad road is always a tax on each and every thing that is hauled over it Many people do not realize this because they dont have to go down into their pock ets and pay the bad road tax forget ting that it is paid by reducing their profits on everything in which they deal Little Phil Thompson formerly of Harrodsburg who suffered the se vere In jury qf one of liis legs by a fall from a street car in New York about six weeks ago will prepare his suit against the street railway com pans for damages The suit will be for a large amount It is understood that the company which is a wealthy one is new ready to compromise for 10000 but 810000 fs very little money to Little Phil Blank Leases for scale ready to wall f100 for 100 awl you pay postage Ossey CoaetyPair August114j5Eed ry l Imank Leases printed on 24 potndj pIIItrIor sak su a JIlt there h n ttrtoat re irrac or r jnht because a certain tough sinner appears at ev iry sitrfco they think his U begin ie to love the Lord when lu reality it is a pretty girl tnemberbe Is in love witli Tompkinsvllle News Aien 0 Mycr Columbus 0has bruugutfultin the US district court for darnatesralist the Grand Lodge of Elks lie uainis he was wrongfully and illegally expelled from that order that his paper The Elk was destroyed and his history of the Elks rendered valueless and that the ritual of the order of which he was tbe author and proprietor was appropria ted and Is now In use eThe management of the Columbia Fair has made a good hitby the follow ing announcement All persons over seventy years of age will be admitted free The old people do not often get enablee them without expense to four days very pleasantly with their friends throughout the country A wild and wooley Westerner h just given up a splendid opportunity to stay drunk and at tncfsame time have an excuse for conscience sake Eight years aa he swallowed a live lizard and his suffering was vr at un til in some mysterious way be discov amtthat it would lie perfectly stilt and not meddle with his digestion a little bit if kept about ball shot This went on for a long time greatly to the sail faction of man and bsast but the fe lows wilt finally objected He wa thinking too much of the lizards comfort and not enough of his duckey Besides it was very expensive There fore she plotted with St Louis physi clans hubby was chloroformed sad- e when he awoke his pet was gone Now heres an excuse fur Harrodsburg tubers and it wont be a month the hen pecked ones will be loafing around with boozy lizards or erawnsh slumbering sayings in their vitals LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 500 5 25 755e00 Best butchers 4 154 50 Fair to good butchers 3 503 00 Commontomediumbtchr 2 753 50 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 tbs 5 85 iFair to good packing160 dto 200K s 6 Good to extra light 120 to 160 ibs 5 80 SHEEP AND LAKHS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 353 7 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium 2 002 50 Questions ifor Women Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do you suffer every month If you answer yes to any of these questio you have ills which Wine of Cardui cures Do you wouldbe realzedmenstrualdisorders Untbut day by day steadily Wineofstreal period will the female- ljItem in perfect condition This homeThere C05tsoaIytndorud by JoooOOOcand women LenaT Friebore Earl st Louis lit sayjj am physically a sew woman b reason of my we of of Coffin and Thtdfonfs Mack Draught addressDepartment The Chattanooga Medh l A 11PATENT t YWl or improve sow vet IJl Send mod free examination and ITFREEj 1111 YN PATENTS Ii I foe beIoIe pate DAwFQWOOi l WAiZH GYoM DiC C D n A 1j RiliJifQ VV g PROPRIETORS OFT1IE9Lebanon oS MarbleyLliiLN1NLN1N KY Manufacturers of and t1dealers in all kinds of IAN MARBLE GRANITE D Ii FRro s LOW WORKSpecial iit teutioti given to cemetery work bcfurn can prepared to all kinds of GUARANTEEDIIfront iuj WMFJEFFRIESIocal J nUCKNIR President t L JM UCKNEfRJn Secy Bnckner Tobacco Warehouse60 INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARhi Jlp 216220 TENTH ST IOVISVILJLE KY SPECIAL KTTeNTION OliZEN PF2IVKTE SALES FOUR MONTHS F EE STORAGE HOUSEas50000For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows IFor 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