You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Adair County news.: n. Wednesday, July 24, 1901. The Adair County news.. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Chas. S. Harris, Columbia, Kentucky 1901 ada1901072401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news.: n. Wednesday, July 24, 1901. The Adair County news.. Chas. S. Harris, Columbia, Kentucky 1901 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i YI 1 f THEADAIR 1f1fil fPNT JEWSVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA il AIR COUNTY KENWOOD WEMESDAI JULY 241901 NUMBER 37 POSTuFl ICE DIRECTORY J MlRussell Postmaster hours week days 700 a m t pm COURT DIRECTORY CinutrOoIIArThreo sessions a yearTtit Mriday in January third Monday In Mayn third Monday In September 7Circuit Jurfce W W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney II W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey Occur Pirat Monday in each maotb Judgt J Butler County AttorneyJasOrrnettJr- ClerkT It Stults JailerS H Mitchel- lAssessor0 ABradshaw Sarreyor T McCaffree School SuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Pletcher JITT Rcgularcourt secondiMonday In ach month IdgeJ W Atkins orney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STRHETRev T F Waltou pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting cvery Wednesday nigh t METHODIST Rev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST trader Rev astor Services third Sunday In each month- andayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer neeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu- ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before tho full moon in each month VM i T R Sect R M No7 meets first Monday night In each month J H P W W Secre- taryfittil000k Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia KyJJUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0The above Hotel has been re tted 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 tached IJOllERIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN1KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openedTandHolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table la at all times with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to oats sample rooms and the buldlng fconvenient to the business houses Pint class very attached to the hotel Terms very reasonable LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0HOROUGHLY equipped modern tmndry plant conducted by exper lencea workmen and doing as high grade vtprk as can be turned out fcny place in the country Patronize a home Institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED MI LER Agents Columbia Kentucky 5 7 BRUNERC Q WHOLESALE PIIOPUCE DE A LEES We charge commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Also gu6atee hlsheat market prices 471 Brook Stroet LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Kwly Furnished American PlSnfl89 Per Day 3 ic loafers 3ofe f MEALS 36c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY rNICBOSLER njr 1 J Columbia fair ssoeiatioo TO BE HELD AT KentuckydlIrjltsf20thou1 bays 41 DIRECTORS K Jo N COXOVEK J H YOUNG T R STULTS J N COFFEY D H BUTLER W H HUDSON IPRCES OF ADMISSION Children under 10 years of age Free Children over lO and under 14 years of age 15 cents Person over 14 and under 70 years of age 3srHorse and Ride 40IOnehorse Vvlifcle and Driver 45rTwohorse Vehicle and Driver jjO ijTarm Waggons Free Children under ten years old must be accompanied by their parents or a guardian All exhibitors must pay regular gate fees Any one charging over 10 cents for carrying passengers to and from the Fair Grounds to any place within the city limits will not be permitted to enter the grounds 1 Premium Iiist i TUESDAY AUGUSTS CLASS A 1 Fine Jeans toot less than 2 yards 81 25 Second 2 Special premium by W L Walker Merchant Ky White flannel ColumbiaI than 2yards Second 75 3 Special premium by the same pasty White linsey not lest than 2 yards 125 Second 75 4 Special premium by the same party Colored lInsey not less tban 2 yards 125 Second 75 5 Special premium by the same party Woolen half hose 100- Woolen hose 1 00 7 Cotton hose 100 8 Cotton halt hose 1 00 9 Pair of Blankets 2 00 Second 100 10 Special premium by Mrs Ein TStritngeMilJiner Best point laic 250 Kensington embry worsted 1 25 Second 75 12 Silk embroidery any kind of stitch 1 25 Second 75 13 Special premium by W T Price Barber Best Batten berg center piece 350 Second 1 50v 14 Worsted embroidery any kind of slitch 1 25 Second 75 15 Cotton embroidery any kind ofstilch 100 Second 50 16 Gheliille embroidery and kid of stitch ICO Second 50 Arisiuc embroidery 00 Second 50 18 Ribbon or Rowed work1 00 19 Zephyr or Tufted 100 Second 50 20 Crazy pillow 100 Second 7 50 21 Slant lambrequin 100 Second 50 22 Ttbc scarf 1 St cond 50 23 Rug in yarn 1 Second 50 24 Rug In rag work 100 Second 50 25 Lace or edging 100 Second 50 26 Fancy apron for lady 100 Second 50 27 Fancy apron for child 1 00 28 Special premium by W L Walker Merchant Home made worsted quilt 3 50 Second 150 29 Homemade counterpane125S- econd 75 30 Handsomest pincushion 1 00 31 Handsomest lamp mat 100 32 Special premium by J Coffey Sr Columbia Ky Best axehandle 1 00 II 33 Special premium by Jo Cof fop Columbia Ky best weed ing hochandle LPP 31 Jar pickles r00 35 Jar swccipickles 100 36 150Second37 Jellies five kinds 7iv 150 Secondi iCT A 50 3S White cake 1 39 Fruit cake 1 00 40 Sponge cake 100 411nackcakeh 100 42 Chocolate cake 100 43 Corn bread one loaf 100 44 Special premium by WL Walker merchant Colum blaiKy Wheat bread one loaf 100 45 Iome made grape wine i 100 46 blind made B berry wine I 03 47 Butter two pounds 100 48 Bacon Ham cooked 100 49 Special premium by Jas Rus sell postmaster Columbia Ky the nicest 3 pounds of strained honey 100 CLASS c 150 Special premium by W L Walker Merhant Columbia Ky Best i bushel dried ap pies 1 00 51 Display of Apples 1 00 52 Display of Pears 100 53 Display of Peaches i 1 00 54 Best display of fruits buv3 00 Premium fruit to be given to the ollicers of the Association 55 Display of Watermelons 3 to be shown 100 Second 50 56 Display of Muskmelons 3 to be shown 1 00 57 Display of Cantelopes to be shown 100 58 Grapes variety and quality to be ccnsidered 1 00 59 Special premium by W Myers Prop Greensburg Rol ler Mill Grcen burg Ky best i bushel white wheat 100 pounds of flour Best 1 bushel oats 100 61 Special premium by Columbia Mill Co manufacturers of fine Hour meal shlpstuff rough and dressed lumber For the best i bushel red wheat 100 pounds of flour 62 Peck of onions 100 63 Peck of Irish potatoes 1 00 64 Peck of sweet potatoes 100 65 Dozencars white corn 100 66 Dozen ears yellow corn 1 00 67 Ilalt dozen beets 100 68 Half dozen heads of cabbage 100 69 One dozen tomatoes 1 00 CLASS D 70 Special premium by J H Smith Co Dealers in Gen eral Merchandise Font Hill Ky Best Shropshire buck 6 00 71 Best long wool buck any age 5 00 72 Best long wool ewe any age 5 00 73 Best short wool buck any age 5 00 74 Best short wool ewe any age 5 00 75 Best buck any age 5 00 76 Best ewe any age any kind 5 00 CLASS L 77 Special premium by Lowe Bros breeders of fine Berk shire hogs Gainsboro Tenn Best Berkshire boar 10 00 78 Best Berkshire sow 5 00 79 Best Poland China boar any age 5 00 80 Best boar nnder one year old U 00 81 B st sow under one year old 5 00 82 Special premium by John D Lowe representing Murray Dibrell Co wholesale boots and shoes Nashville Tenn Best Berkshire sow and three pigs A pair of fine shoes worth 5 00 83 Special pramium by J H Smith Co dealers in generIal merchandise Font nlllKy Best Berkshire boar und- erslxniontnsoldH 5 00 81 Best boars any kind any ago 5 00 85 Best sow any age any kind 500 CLASt 86 Best j Ctthreey jfaiand over h bl0 00 87 Best jtyjtlg one year oTd and unde e 500 88 BcstlbnderonQ ear old 5 00 89 Best jeepet three years pldtII and ov rnO ID 00 90 Besfrjennet under threeyears old f 5 00 91 Best jack any age v 10 00 92 Best jennet any age 8 00 CLASS o 93 Fancy harness stalliB stare or gelding 10 00 Second 600 WBest mare or gelding owned bya colored gent eaa la i tr Adair county to be ridden and driven 500 95 Special premium by Sauiutl Wheat Montpelier Ky Beat Pliaetju pony 15 hands or under 50 06 Special premium by W P Fawcett dealer in pianos and organs Columbia Ky Best pair of harness mares geld ings or mare and gelding 10 00 Second 5 00 97 Special premium by A H Ballard Columbia Ky Best boy rider under 10 years old 3 00 Second 2 00 08 Best gentleman rider over 70 years old 7 50 Second 2 50 99 Special premium by John Kearns prop Sunny Side saloon Lebanon Ky Best sad dle stallion owned in Adair county 1000 100 Special premium by J W Coy Photographer Colum bia Ky Fastest bicycle rid er under 14 years old once around track 300 Second 2 00 JOI Best saddle mare or geldihg 10 00 Second 500 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 CLASS It 102 Jersey cattle Best bull any age 5 00 103 Special premium by Allen Walker dealer in live stock Gradyville Ky Best Jer sey cow any age 5 00 104 Short Horn Cattle Best bull 3 years old and over 10 00 Special premium by C G Jeffries Joppa Ky Best bull 2 years old and under 500 106 Special premium by Wm F Jeffries Son dealers in Farm implements Saddles Harness field seeds and fertilizers Columbia Ky Best cow 3 years old and over 10 00 107 Special premium by Wol ford t Bennett dealers in fresh meats and groceries Columbia Ky Best cow 2 years old and under 5 00 108 Special premium by Wood son Lewis dealer in Gener al merchandise Farm im plements fertilizers and Held seeds Greensburg Ky Best bull one year old and under lo 00 109 Best bull any age any kind 10 00 110 Best cow any age 8 00 111 Herd of cattle Special premium by Bank otColum bla Ky Best bull two females and two steers any breed regardless of owner ship 1500 Second 5 00 llli Special premium by W L Walker Merchant Colum bia Ky Best calf under 1 year old 500 112 Special premium by A R Humble Somerset Ky Horses for Harness purposes Fancy harness stallion mare or eldlngu 10 00 Second 500 112 Special premium by V M Gowdy Campbellsville Ky Manufacturer of the Inez and J C W Beckham Cigar Best Lady rider under 16 years old 10 00 113 Special premium by M II Marcum Proprietor Marcum Hotel Columbia Ky Best stallion 4 years old and over 10 00 1131 Special premium by Smith Nell dealers in livestock Gradyville Ky Best marc under 1 year old 500 114 Special premium by Hardes tyBros Props Norris Ho tel Lebanon Ky Best stal lion 3 years old and under 410 00 115 Special premium by Turner Bros Lyon dealers in Buggies Saddles npssCampbeUsvlllefKy j Best gelding 3 years old and overr 10 00 116 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 8200 117 Special premium by W R Lyon representing H Wede klnd Wholesale Grocers Louisville Ky Best staU lion 1 fear old aud under 5 00 Special premium by Colum bia Furniture Planing Mill Co Columbia Ky Best mare 4 years old and over r 10 00 119 Best mare 3 yearsold and under 8 00 120 Special premium by H K Fulks Liveryman Coluirii bia Ky Best harness geld log ayears old and under 3 owned in Adair county o 10 00 121 Best mare or gelding 2years2 old and under 8 00 122 Best main or gelding 1 year and under 2 8 00 123 Special premium by J W Burt Sheriff of Adair coup ty Best girl rider under 10 years old 5 00 121 Beet mine 1 year old and uti dVr 2 Vf 6 00 lais cb1Ne- ll Smitl + dealers4 IB live stock Gradyylile Ky Best snare uadsrly etr 5 IM Speolalp pielBlulB by ly Rr r Johnston Prop Lebanon Steam Laundry Lebanon Ky Swi1itnkes for harness purposes Itwt stallion any age 10 00 Second 5 00 127 Best mare any age 10 00 Second 5 00 128 Bestgelding any atre 10 00 Second 5 00 129 dime hiautiful double tens regardless of iwn r h in 00 Second 5 130 Finest turnout color larly and gentleman n horseback 5 131 Special premium by J J Hunter General Merchant Gradyville Ky Best walk Ing horse fox walk mare or gelding owned in Adair county 1000 132 To the fastest mule i mile 2 best in 3a McCIellan saddle SPEED KINO 133 300 class mile heats 2 best in 3 five to fill and three to start 5000GO per cent to 1st 25 par cent to 2od 15 per cent to 3rd10 per cent entrance fee THURSDAY AUGUST 22 CLASS J 134 Special premium by Simms Son dealers in live stock Lebanon Ky Best horse mule 3 years old and over 10 00 135 Best horse mule 2 years old and under 3 800 130 Special premium by W L Walker General Merchant Columbia Ky Best horse mule 1 year old and under 2 6 00 137 Srecial premium by Medaris Bros farmers and dealers in stock Gadberry Ky Best horse mule under 1 year old 5 00 13S Special premium by Murray Bros breeders of fine stock Columbia Ky Best mule under 1 year either sex sea son 1902 to their celebrated jack worth 600 1381 Special premium oy W L Walker Genl Merchant lumbia Ky Best mule un der 1 year old 5 00 139 Special premium by Lee S Smith dealer ip live stock Gradyville Ky Best marc mule 3 years old and over 8 00 140 Special premium by R M Hurt Columbia Ky Best mare mule 2 years old and under 3 8 00 111 1Vaughanand Fancy Groceries Colum bla Ky Best mare mule 1 yr old and under 2 5 00 142 Best mare mule under 1 yr 5 00 143 Special premium by J W Jackman dealer in Saddles Harness Buggies Farm Ma 1Bestowned by one man or firm 10 00 144 Special premium by J O Russell ColumbIaKy The most beautiful stallion mare or gelding nothing but attractiveness considered 10 00 145 Special premum by Junius Hancock Prop Hancock Hotel Columbia Ky Best double Warn regardless of ownership 10 00 146 Special premium by Jno nIKearns Prop Sunny Side 171 Saloon Lebanon Ky Best harness mare or gelding own ed in Adair county 1000 147 Special premium by W D Jones Supt of Common Schools Adair county Best stallion any age owned in Adair county shown any way 10 148 Special premium by Parson Moss Co Blacksmiths and Wood orker COlumbla Ky Best mare any age owned in Adair county 1000 149 Special premium by Scott Montgomery dealer In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes Hats Caps etc lumbia Ky Best gelding any age owned In Adair Co 5 00 150 Special premium by Hughes Coffey dealers in General Merchandise Columbia Ky Best mare or gelding three years old and under owned in Adair county 10 00 151 Special premium by M Cravens Druggist Columbia Ky Best rockaway mare or gelding style and pleas ant handling regardless of speed to be driven to a two seated top vehicle 10 00 Second 5 00 152 To the best gentleman rid cr over 20 years 40 00 830 00 to first 00 to 2d 10 per cent enterance fee and five required to Jill cUSS Kl153 Special premium by W D King repretentlngSylve- Botbchllds wholesale dealer IB Boots Shoes Louis ville Ky Best saddle stal lion 4 years old and over 1000 ondOA 500 153J Special premium by Turner Br Bi LYOB ersinBug- KlesFurmimpleaients Sad dies k Hermes jOampbclte villeKyTo th Ijest Lady 1181 rider 00 J 154 Special premium by S D Crensbaw dealer In livestock and nxvror or ItjSpring Columbia Ky Bust saddle stallion 3 years old and under 4 1000 155 Special premium by Hughes Coffey dealers In general merchandise Columbia Ky Best saddle tillhn2 years old and under 3 10 00 156 Bwtit6addle guiding uiy age 10 01 157 Spcciil premium by J W Biitcr County Court Judgi Cnlumbi Ky Best suldie- uarc or geldii 4 years old andover 1000 158 Special premium by E G Atkins with W New wan Co WholesalcGro cers Lou isvilleKy For the finest turnout double team every thing considered 10 00 Second 5 00 159 Special premium by Coirey Bros dealers in live stock Columbia Ky Best stddic mareor gelding 3 years old and under 4 1000 160 Special premium by JJMarcum Traveling salesman for Harbors on Gathright Wholesale Saddlessand liar ness Louisville Ky Lest saddle gelding owned In Adair county A saddle worth 10 00 161 Special premium by L V Hall dealer in Stoves and Tinware C olumbia Ky Best saddle mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 10 00 162 Special premium by J B Barbee proprietor of Co lumbia and Campbellsville stage line To the fastest racking stallion mi re or geldingunder saddle mile 10 00 163 Special premium by Hope well Murray Livery Feed and sale stable Col umbia Ky Best harness roadstet style spied dura bility and pleaaothamJlillg- to be considered 40 00 1st 60 percent 2nd percent 3rd 15 per cent 10 per ccnteiitrancu fee FRIDAY AUGUST CLASSl1 165 Special premium by Coffey Winfrey Fruits Cigars Tc bacco Ice Cream and Sod Columbia Ky Best stallion underlyear 5 00 60 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 8 00 167 Special premium by James Bell dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Restaurant and Lunch counter in connection Lebanon Ky Best stallion 3 years old and un der 4 1000 Special premium by J II Yeager Traveling salesman forW G Barrett Saddlery Co Louisville Ky But stallion 1 year old and under 2 500 169 Special premium by G W Thomas Representing Ar nold Hennegar Doyle Co Boots and Shows Kaox villeTean lest stallion 4 years old and over to 10 00 Second 5 03 Best mare u 1dr 1 yaac old 5 00 Special preniuai by Galley Bros dealers in mu es fan cy saddle and harness h irses Columbia Ky For thcbsst mare colt of Kentucky Squir rel foil of 1901 Sason of Kentucky Squirrel for 1OJ worth 1003 For the best horse c ill sane 172 Special premium by T G Dillon reprcsentlng Stlt ton Tersteg e Wholesale deal ers In hardwire LonUville Ky B2S6 mire 1 year old and under 2 5 00 173 Plug running race half mile heat two best in three 1000 174 Best mare 2 years old and under 3r 6 00 174 Special premium by G R Miller representing Frank A Menne Candy Co Louisville Ky Best mare Syears old and under4 1009 175 Best mars 4 years old and over 10 00 Second 5 00 176 Special premium by J T Snap Vaughan Proprietor Commercial Hotel Camp bellsville Ky Best gelding 10 00 Second WIJElSTAKE 177 Best stallion any age 10 Second 5 00 178 Special premium liyLee Scearce representing Curry Grocery Co Junction City Ky Best mire anyagev 10 00 Second 500 Special premium by Reed Miller dealers in Groceries Etc Columbia Ky Finest turnttut horse and buggy everything considered the driverfcobe accompanledby aladr10jOOCLASS 180 Special premium by Jas Garnett Jr County Attor ney Best combined mare or gelding In Adair county 10 00 Special premium by Kemp Youag dealers in GrocerieS IHlnllor Quo n ware i s liKiiliia Ky B St sa d fll- mrlor glllI tuvued in Ailnlr nr adj lining cuun ties JX 182 SiMChil premium J T Gow ly Liveryman Campbell vile Ky For the prettiest girl baby under tilonths old 250 Prettiest boy baby under 8 iiiunilis 2 50 1181 Sneial premium by W L Gruly breeder and dealer hi lino stuck Gradyville Fur tins bent cult of 1001 the get ufGiriJan toiujclc the sea SI of 102ttld 5 00 in cjuh 2il brat Sisju to Jordan luc c an 5250 in cash 3J suasun inJorJiifiPoacock 4li a S5CO saddle rho abjvc is lJlI red in lieu of the show advertised to be held on the public square in September 184 Best harness mare owned in Adair county 500 185 Special premium by S C Neat Purdy Kj Bestsadi die mare or gelding owned in Adair county 500 ISO Special premium by J W Johnston representing Fred Kaurfmun Merchant tailor Chicago Best mare to be rid den and driven 10 00 17 iColfeyllroscy saddle and barness horses Columbia Ky Best geldcn to b3 ridden and driven 10 00 188 Fastest bicycle rider in Ad county 500- Ildf wile heats 2 best in 3 CLASS T 189 Best saddle stallion mare or gelding any age 25 00 First 815 Second 810 SlEED KING IH 20 Trot mile heats two beS in three 5 to enter and 3 tostirt 100 First 60 percent 2d 25 3- d15An enterance fee of 10 per cen- tFarmers Farmers I am prepared lutakeyourordeISf- orHydraulic Rams G throw water from your springs to your liutisfs or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Urlic to me at Columbia for estimates IIr call and su me at the Marcum Ho to Yours truly tN WOOD THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DBALERS- INExclusive1Iigli Grade Boots and Shoes onloISTO a Xr Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes UJ Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KT New Carriage and Wagon Shop a1 have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give Catttriage Wagon Wottk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce takn in return for work SFEUBANK LIVE STOCK MARKET r Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 500 a5 25 Lightshlpping 4753500 Best butchers 415450- Fair to good butchers 3 503 00 Common to medium btchr 2753 50 noos Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 Ibs 585 Fair to good packing 160 0 to 200S 6 v Good to extra llgh iao to 160 hsa0 f 580 SIIZEP AJW LAKB8 Good to extra shtPingi Sheep 3 Fair to goodiv 2 1CpmB to dljLi 2 i ITHE R EY OUNTY FRIR RSSO1TiOft II J3na I 1tt1i1333a 3333333333 LIBERTY KENTUCKY J eE eE EEEr set HHH ses ssfpr Aug 1415 and 16 Ge R0Wilkinson Secretary ITHE ADAIR PflllWW NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adai ounty News o LZ IaCORI ORATED- CSA8 8 HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interests of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofflce as second ass mail matter svnscmrr N HATES OlE VUAR tUX MONTHS STRICTLY IN WEDNESDAY JULY 24 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOIL COUNTY TUIHJE Weareauthji tnanoouncrT P C01 candtditij r the c of Citinly Judge Adair Coun y subject to tic ac ion of the Demo ratic party We arc authorized to announce J Butler a candidate for reelection to the of County Judge subject to the atiou of the Democratic psrtrthCOUNTY ATTORNEY We nreauthorzed to announce Gordon Mont gomery a candidate for the office of County At torncy of Adair county subject to lie action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to unnounceJasGarnett candidate for reelection to the office of County Atorncy subject to the action of the Democratic forty FOR COUNTY CLERKJ Qiif Adar County subject to the action of the lulemocraticpartcWe are authorizel to announce John rapbell a candidate for the omceorCouotyt Curt Clerk of Adair County j ion of the Democratic party Ofc SHERIFF kiWcareaphoalzcdlorntiiciate for that ojlico of bhurllFof Adair eoun jy subject to the action of the Democratic par- tWeareanthorzcito y announce Dr 3 P Mil era candidate for Sheriff of Adair county j to the actlcu of the Democratic party SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 1PIS hoot Superintendent of Public Schools tub Jc t o the action ot tho Democratic party flriviilic Schools of Adair County subject to tilt an f u of the Democratic party f t f i l ItejOR sSESSORI We are authorized to announce MR l JEFFRIES candidate for the office Assess r of Adair county subject to thq aotionofthe Dtmtcralic party of FOR SURVEYOltJ Vcare autljoa ed to announce B TllfcCAFa Yail a caniJWats for only Surveyor sue ettlq the aclipu oCthe Democratic fOlYa it fhere was a hanging eutertain went at Nashville last WeekSI Three negro murdorors looked upe ropes at the name time Judge W N Vaughan Tr a citizen of w 11nAttorIneyRepublicans last Tuesday Out of one hundred teachers em ployed for services in the Philip Kentucky gets one exHughville Mr Fleece is now en route for the Islandspel Senator Doboo has issued an adcl dress to the citizens of Kentucky iveclaiming that he is the largest and most influential Republican in the State It was under his advice that President MoKinley directed all ills foreign policy in the conduct of of the Philippine war and the talk Defeating him for the U S edsf i is nonsensical les I A mans individual helplessness in some cases is remarkably strik ing In the suburbs of St Louisa man swore out a warrant against a girl who insisted on marrying him On the 6th day of August two million acres of land will be ed for settlement in Oklahoma Only about one half of it will beI for farming purposes This land will be divided in tothree counties Thousands of people have been camping for months on the border ready to grab when the day arrives The canvass that is being madeI by the Democratic aspirants in Adair county is progressing smoothly and when the fight for nominations is over there will be no soreness The defeated candi Jut os will move in the procession until the November election dopas g all in their power for their succbful Ionuiits redethllllll1III nlprprs hunk rubber nod niilroail wreckers have been p1rltdand are now moving about iu the State of Minnesota unmolested They remained iu e penitentiary twentyfive years but no punishment that could hcve been meeted out to theO would be too severe for their hell iehcriinea They were in this place in April 1872 robbed o bank and killed the cashier RI It A C Martin Clarence Shipp whc shot and killed Richard Hord end Dave Al e and wounded two other men countyie TayJorthe jailer of Marion count He is only eighteen years old 11 year old brother charged vrit being implicated with him irj the is also in jail TheJrpict ures indicate that they Would no tyturn from any character of crime bUnder the manager tent of Col lector Sapp the peo pie of Louis heldra prirrjt ry last Tuesday Grinstood was nominated fo veryInrgetul vftillo he will not mat irjaopendaut race he will knife this whole tficket Tho Democrat Tickle lit turn Thswinning tr November the old of rweretnoosnnd voters went to thoea Soma years ago Booker Reed at tended an Appellate Convention Eliza letlitown He was a citizen Luigvillo and wan present as a delogatf in the interest of Gen eph E Lewis his old Confeder sinatestarlit oixvontion and Reed made mnch noise as any one man Tha principles of the Demo cratic party at that time are the today a but the mighty Book west out after spoils hut the Sap p was up His old and battled seined Confederate comrades now look upon him with acriticnloyo propr the 101thatPJ1ojperson any question null who 0 stock in trade is to claim a monopoly on all that is progressi and good The Itsprmciplesation of equal judd exact justice to Its histbSr Jt SJO tailtrickery to nfftv ncn the inter nxporsethe of r l from the great Jfatioual situ of tilin vance monopolies that sucks the life blood from legitimate compe historyisAdministrations that have given Eforand while the love of Freedom the great motive power the Dem ceteris organization watt equal yenaworkand the Republican party is subservent to their influence The dollar has been elevated too big h theIIciples enunciated in tie Declaration of Independence It has had nomgq traitors been in the saddle or di rected any cousicerable number of its forces The ditferenc that divided us in 96 and the causes of local divisions later ax sing away and all those w hoof are not real Iemocrats will full into the dumping ground and como up happy converts to that alas chat bids fur power regard IMS f nutaudp that sip the slot bnra tent ruts and shout ttrnan corruptionists It is a long time before the next Presidential election andso far as we art concerned it is a matter of small import to us whether Mr Bryan is the leader or whether be sonic one else We can not s qneno now In our tirmany States including Mr Bry an will come together on such questions as will arouse every dr of Democratic blood and preset shah aii array of weighty lean that will put the opposition to night Now is the time for Dem ocrats to discuss and adjust their own differences and not clamor and fight for leadership over aecary prihu s and while we love and admire the tWother one man to solve the whole qizatiou and mark the bounds of party action Demo crate are interested in the triam of Democmtic principles Farb than the elevation of any man vetrofYhis paper a Camberlai nd county weft not as spotless as driv en snow ad at least some of the nominees will not get his support e Republicans are having a time it in Kentucky Nearly every that has been held up to writing fraud has been charg followed by many refusals to support the nominees The Democrats are saving wood and at the November election will swipe UtSTOKES We are having very hot and dry weather It has been over four weeks ce we have had a rain except small shovers aIlave Miss Jones to teach for us again J J Stokes and wife visited relatives and friends at Rankin last week Finis Baker of Amandavllle bare last week buying valuable pear W N Stokes and wife have gone to Creelsboro We are glad to see them repairing Jamestownb to C Kinnctt of this place is employ by A B Humble overseeing a lot hands Stokes Bros have got a bunch of eep and and a lot of nice young cat pricesIlJlke coni alsucc per jisJabez DECATUR lsOuri itla town is prospering The merchants and blacksmiths are rlnln rfalrly well and as the loafing lesson hay como we will have a craw Mr Hugh Wade has accepted a posi In the store of S B Wade iCo Is an eOlcicnt young nan of gsod habits and will no doubt pleaw he Coyhim Mr J P Waiters and daughter Miss were at Phil a few days ago aaspi toOur ball player In roTnection with Irvins Store cpsstd wills the Esto boysafiTUissell fprlny he 13th ins f Tuesoorostanint J4 t In favor Esto Our fci 01Iommnc1 the22d fns with Ila bal Wade ui teacher Mr Cy VVade vi iieach tbe Cravens scbrs J M Toy hay been informs that his brother who is In Newp trt Is iri ously ill of flux J F Gadberry of Phil has both lrt Dow Owens shingle mil- lUILADVIJJJLE heeeHon JR Hlndtnan noel son Robt Columbia were at the llindtn a sulphur well last week N M Tutt and E T Wills paps through here last Sunday on routs f Sulplidr Well Metilfe county DrtdfirrlsvidL S Smith is in Louisville Smith GNell shipped a car loin of cattle to Louisville this week thatrnv eraged from 1200 to 1500 Ibs each G A Dohoney of Washington county passed through here iast week en route for Red Lick itHiss Bertha Hamilton of Nell vis in our city last week eeFarmers have been busy tlirshinx ylpldtbanMiss Emma Browning ucc troirtnt ell by Chatman Browninir and his 0 Jim spent Saturday night here spatQsSmithlastMr Poke Mitchell and wife of Ed communityItoMr Fred Robertson one of Calu caninginterest of tine tobacco Mrs H C Walker spent last week tbe bedside of her mother Mrs G Turk of Bliss who iris been very sick Dr J awas tlherThe protracted meeting at this place conducted by Revs Hulse and Bennett have had large attendance ludiyIrPortlandweek Miss Emily Burton and Mr Les lieas thetamllyGordODMontJomery were here last week shaking hands with our people B L Caldwellis having a uicebarn built lIyershavepreparing to start for the Lone Star state tthe1VGradythree year old gelding beon lng to sister Mrs Wllmore to Will Rodgers of Lebanon for ffi50 Mr J W Walker who has been in C pastmonths six countryandHe reports that they have not had rain for three mouths JOPPAn Wednesdsay warm The corn crops are looking w but the potato is cut short Sa meinhave good wheat 1 Mr Quint Montgomerys little son Preston Is quite sick Severalot the young folks of this neighborhood attended the social Mrs Ellen Wheats last Friday Dlg atht toCMontbromerysrrsiideacenear Mr Alois Montgomery who has tyt LeliaBryan On WsattloontgomeryfulmeetlngatGlensfork this week on LeBryanConover last Saturday and Sunday as beheard lnddra favorite IHMMO they are imall Mwity rkquietlyftt j Refreshment privileges for the lumbia Fair will be sold to the hpc t bidder at tho rnurt hoe ea door at 1 oclock the first Monday- in August FELIX Miss Ermine Stanton visited her sister Mrs Joseph Smith a few days ago utSchool opened Monday with Miss largetrtMr John Brown hodn horse wafllhlIliller k It slippiii ami felloiiHouio rocks ntItelldedschoolhouse IasireRev John Vooldridge delivered a very interesting sermon at 11N ant Hill lust Sunday opaodIr1bl s Jiwin Roxroar is visiting shLust Wednesday July 17th Miss Nora Bernard celebrated her 21at birthday All who were honored with invitations gathered at her home at the appointed hour and were royally entertained Miss Nora is certainly i charming host ess An elegant lunch was served vrydelightfillhappiest social events of the season Rev Frank Allen preached an interesting sermon at Welfare Sun Dtday for Cholera Infantum Ncv FailHiCbOl1eraup all hopes of recovery I took a bot 1qtleotChambcrlafnsCoicCboleraa Diarrhoea Remedy to the house tell ing them I felt sure it would do oodI if used according to directions reIcoveredhealthy I have rqcommcndcd wcdyfrcquentlyaud have never it to fail Mrs Curtis Baker 11Cravens Kentucky Fair Dates Tne folluwing are the dates for hold- Ing the Kentucky fairs thisyear so far reported GutUlieJuy4daysHusuwnville toys Danviiie August 6l days Madisonville August 6t days Lawrcnceburg August 204 days Sueplierdsviie August 2 4days LaGraiiuc August 213 days daysrevuJust days Bardstowu September 3j days EHzabethtown Sept 104 days daysrdaphisdays C JONES P V GRISSOM 9trCOLOMBIA KENTUCKY THE above Btyled firm are Blacksmiths an Woodworkers ere prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section JJiWThis shop J8 the Cofioy Givoca their lines lyr LOlAi RKTES =TO CHLIFORNIHVIA BiolOlirIApril 2nd Oth 16th 23rd and 30th 1901 special one way Colonist Tickets to many California points will be sale at very low rates from points the IIBlg Four Route1 For full information and particulars to schedules rates tickets call on agents Blp Four Routecr address JWGen P Dt1CINCINNATjO S GLealsville Ky 0 fr F t rTIIJ1M6ST0llN ii No etter place can be found than at P above named hote It is new elegantl furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords aFeed Stable in con t lection y Jf PATTERSON JS27 jros Watch IS OUT OF K EPA IK SIf to us wj will repair it you lit as lute a Ch usgooil vorlcxvii peniiiji u nl wan anI it TO GIVE S 1SFWI iON dcrrr flli line uf lldlS anti ir S elry nr1Pry tc if Prlliae lir call wlin iudly El1graiiljlIIJJ IRIOi GH UJEr L CO 404 VUark It Jjonisvillo Kentucky I1 USSELiLtSPlHGS HOTEIi KIMBLE KY 0o0Is now open for the travclin Ik ti year round It is a large commodious building as the picture in Jicates and is run firstclass in every particular 400 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop TURNER BRYS 4 LYON DEALERS IN GflRRIftGESCampbellsville uc I They buy by the OAR LOAD and can soil you anything In their line at sho profit Write for further information or call and see themIr TO THE FARHINQ ELEMENT I Cane Mills Cider Mills f Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles i l Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F JEFFRIES SON OlulmbiKa entuck r 1 jj F tf i jII r i lf4 iiii ids ufhmer Clearance Sale I Walk Inn Pv in this are invited maple our headquarters I her the place and do not forget to ReiRUSSELLPERSONAL MENTION Prof M O Winfrey of Stanford is in town this week Mr Jo Bill left for Cloyds Landi yesterday morning Mr B F Hunter nightrJudge J B Sampson Mlddlesboro reached here last Friday Mr J E Willis Bradfordsville spending few days in Columbia Mr Bicbcnburg representing t Mutual is in the cit Mr William Bodgers Lebanon was YhorsesMessrs N M Tutt and E T Willis are sojourning at the Sulphur We Me teal fe county Mrs J M Frazer and little ter ot Sherman III arc visiting relatives in Columbia Mr Melvin Sherrill was very sick from Friday till Monday but is now fast recovering Master Nat Miller son of N B Millerwhn inhere from Nevada M IU a vMr was quite viik last wck IMr N A Mercer was takVn qut pseveralride home Col Cox an exConfederate soldier is selling law books Is in a few days He is an entertaining conversationalistMrs who has bee quite sick is improving and the far Mr Delaney Robertson b recovered Mr G H Blade and family a Vlrgel Murrell and family Metcalfe county visited the family of Alfred Murrell last Sunday Mr Jas S Dunbar a prominent NashIvUlee was by his little daught crIa ot Adair and the next Democrat tc Representative from Washington county visited in this city last week He was accompanied by his little daughter Mr H A Self and his family w have been living at South Park passed through here last week enroute for Creelsboro They were accompanied- by Mr R B Gwinn and family Mr youngest boy is name Jo Beck ham Miss Minnie Triplett who suffers with hay fever will leave for Pulaske Mich Friday remaining in Louisvll a short time before reaching her desti cllettB Go wdy Campbellsville during Miss MinnieKabsence Mr J F Triplett will board with ML Mitchell here LOCAL JOTTINGSI Columbia Furniture Company Th1s paper and the Courier Journal 150 per year It looks very much like Sapp willI have to Democratic precinct meetings Sat urftgyweek the decision to be an opunced the following Monday all and see the best kitchen sa ever offered for sale here They are leap I COLUJIIIIA FUKNITURK CO I Last while an electric storm was raging a tine cow the prop ce plaIIIIf you want to invest some in f tWmcompany in this towntA hail storm visited portions of Adair county last Wednesday Judge Butlers farm one and a ha miles from town corn was considerably damaged Bain last revived vegeta tlon to a certain extent but not half a enough has yet fallen The ground is now dry and to bring out thecorn a soaking rain will have to come at once of the Gospel andal e over seventy years old will be attried into the Columbia Fair MHt4s free the full four days if they Jditfffi to put in solid time Come old and76ung t Uncle Boloaon Turpen will preach at Purdy next s4eday forenoon at i lt ooctIntbeatternoonat3oceupy the pulpit at Bearwaltow Zti ttndcelsrea QMIWit J dS 4J r THIS WEEK WE ARE OFFERING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER GOODS TRIMMINGS NOTIONS FamishingFoods slippers etc etc at prices that will close them out TEAOHERS ANQ iIISITORSColumbia week to store callr Bradfordville Massachusetts daug about accompanied Selfs Wednesday Wednesday 4Dilalstors DRESS W H Flowers sold a 2 yearold Peacock mare to Luther Grady to 317500 A little son of Mr Rue Montgomery SundayIgLee S Smith sold to Wm Rogers of Lebanon a 3yearold Peacock geld fiOfIsLosTMrs IT Co Wolford lost silk parasol on the dirt road betwee- Columbia and Cane Valley last IVc leanhYat the News office Paid list since last week J C ates J T Withers It J Austin Montgomery A A Murrell James Frankutn T P Jeffries G Bryant Mrs John S Helm MillIfog a mission rv meeting next Sun ulIltbehers withdrawn from ru errthe Republican nomination furgcnotil wlIltayettentc premiums till he offend a pub s exiapt ring 111 in disc II whirl- will be changed to bull and 3 female takeorn FCrom Zion Church a few nights ago Anyone returning it to me will be re warded stnSIf you want to own some stock in foalndnow on as TweekspurchaseSt taycounty died hstThursday night He bad been sick several weeks He was an industrious man had a great man friends and leaves a small family Al persons owing me tax s for the years ISIJS 1809 and 1000 must call and pry at once It they want to save cost I must collect these back taxes Th upnho me or my paymen tandJ W HURT SHEKIFK Mr W S Knight of Jamestown has been appointed Deputy Collector in the Second District with head quar etficlengentleman e t buiness ftc is now ut his office in yeGlasgow United State Marshal James and erk visited Campbellsville last week a made quite a number of leviesI The property levied upon is adverbs ed to be sold at an early day at the Courthouse door There will be no local bidders and the whole affair will Hkely come to naught Mr Luther Allen of Waterview Cumberland county who was first clerk on a boat running from Nashf ville to Burnsldes was drowned near the latter place last Saturday night The deceased was an exemplary young about 26 years old and a first cousin to Mr B K Young of this place There will be preaching at the fol lowing places next Sunday T F Walton this city Z T Wf sA fehKOltleYIWfa Fair has made a good hit by the follow ing announcement All persons over seventy years of age will be admitted free The old people do not often get from home and this will enable themwithoutexpeuse to spend four very pleasantly with their friends throughout the country Your attention is called to tho ad plfpfopseveral weeks ago They arc prepared to do work in wood orirbo Give them call when in need of any thing in this Tine Mr Rr J Austin wellknown to many citizens here writes tnsasfo lows from Washington D C Please Und enclosed my checic for 3100 which apply on my sub crllloJ and let the paper comE on Cant kecphollscl- ttJoilt It1 Mr Aastuls that char acter of feland that we are alwaysgl ad to meet and hear from and the above In lcateSlbatwe will be communica t or ing in a manner for many months to cRle Here is to your good heap- Bob and your familys good health may you live long and be prosper j Ic Ordinance asrColumbia do ordain as follows That on and after the 25th day of Julyl9OIca it shall be unlawful for any person keep or maintain a hog pen or an enclosure for holding swine within the the corporate limits of the town of Columbia when same shall become filthytosuchanextent as to give forth 0 ors offensive to persons living 1here1 by or to persons passing said pen or offendiong thcreodt finee not s nor more 810 and each day that a person shall keep and maintain such pen or enclosure shall be held and deemed a separate offense ROLLIN HURT Chm Board of Trustees 1Jo N CUNOVKK Town Clerk Oldlfolks Outwitted LastSundny forenoon at 103o oclock Mr G Mark Wilsoc and Miss Non Fees daughter of Mr II C geese wrrc marled by rev W Cave the Cfjemony being performed at the rest cJIWC nf UK minister ides the coupK MicreWre fotirspccial friends prst Thp pnrct fit th Viic idy vf iiiil rurprc el Ito Jl rtsruhrr Ili borne that nnrfiini tciistiiy in aMerid SuutlHyschnol thhrt r ed to the rcsideuceuf Mr J A Young an elegant dinner being in waiting- It is our understanding the couple will begin housekeeping in about ten days May health attend their efforts In th- ruggle e for prosperity Russell Sininjrs Hotel entertaid n open rs oe spring at this wellknown water g place Is popular throughout tne ate for its curative powers and the thois Ciseeze The table is supplied with the very best and charges nudeYr W M VAUOIIAN Notice Taxpa3Ters yeaer your taxes they must be collected at once I ask you to como and settle I or one of my deputies will be in my ollice every day Come in and get your receipt T J Bell S C C Great Reduction in Millinery In order to close out our cntlre nowofferillgourI have just some new goods corrie and got your hats at half price TIM BUADSIIAW Miss EFFIE BuAusriAAr Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wane Tumor Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without mad tofNo cure no pay Notice All persons Indebted to me must come and settle at once MBS SALLIE BUADSUAAV horse which was the property of opewell C Murray became over eated last Sunday and died He was colorIpound traction Engine at a great bar gain Write quick to Agti1rL V Hall has received a con RusiHouse and ceJlluJwlth tin Mr Hall left Monday morning and will ush tho work Ho Is a good tlno er this contract was secured in com etition with many others Tho News receive a a letter from the Russelll Springs last week making in bachelorgpicnicthe propriety ot giving u picnic at the Springs this Summer was discussed the old bald hcadcri winners several months ago and now not one of them will agree that he Is a bachelor Now is thej place all orders Tor monument and tombstones want ad between now and Christmas Delay longer but calf onus at our shop write us a card end we will call o- nJouIf you want work done this P- ab1et ll us have your order at trace so we can get ittut by the time you want it Coaklcy SimsBros Marble Work- Casapbollsvilei s iXf The News now nas the mostcoajplet rtmcnt of stationary job material and equipments it has ever had n please you if you aced any thing in t0nur line The belonging to Willis C Eppersonqas rubbed of a good tpurtion of Its contents lasj Moo night The thieves were uutisual uuhcktdIed it In going out No cash was taken but calico coffee etc were lifted in good lots It is said there will be a Sunday schojl rally at the Fair Grounds early in September All the schools in the county will be Invited and over ono thousand children are expected to at tend Good speakers will beitsand the best musical talent iu the county will take part DUI uuLice will be given of the day and date NcaLauhulosthlssturah Uo and stuck of goods by irc arc ke age informs us that the er f T the Farnu Home Conpanr Ihs one in which his property roc n strcd railed tosoc him last work and nnl PVITV rhine iMsi try Sctn o rvert hurtie tr wllth n fur duplicate bitls and sa as they can be forwatdei to tifc fju IveLast Thursday Gov Beokham pt doned lurk Du gers of Clinton county who has been doing time in the pet itentlary for the past twelve yuan Daggers was charged with murder aDd gdouJudge Commonwealth Attorney se en of the jurors who convicted him the other live could not bo found an many petltlonersofClintonandWayo e co unties Dr Jackson will be at the Russell Springs Hotel tassel Springs Ky during the Summer season July and August Persons desiring to try the new method of healing should avail themselves of the opportunity while on thelrsummervacntlon Good hotel accommodasions can be obtained at reasonable rates CHAITEL C JACKSON OsTEOiATitic PHYSICIANS SuxettsE KY Call or write for further information Prof Shipp of Winchester who is conducting the iustitute arrived last Saturday night He is an educator ofI State reputation and will doubtless Impart some valuable information to the teachers of Adair county The institute is being held in the court therek will ht InIPeat a finer body of young ladies and gen tie Ulan are gotten together The ex erday clses will continue through Friday Last Friday evening Mrs Elen B Wheat Montpelier entertain l the atsd n r of Miss Bryan of Iowa It was a very lotop many d ance Daring the day the guest of honor was taken sick and could not b present her absence facing the source of general regret Mrs Wheat was as slsted in entertaining by Misses Sallie and Lena Williams The couples from this city were Mr Jo Coffey Jr and Miss Sarah Schooling Mr R K Young and Miss Mamie Baker lion Jo H Chandler ofCampbolIs vile sent us an interesting letter last week and we regret that it reached us too late for publication In spcakr ing of the railroad tax trouble tho writer says The morning train from Lebanon brought with ittwoun welcome visitors to our citizens in the person of a United States Marshal and an assistant armed with attachment warrants on ten of our citizens and pro ceeded to serve them The purpose ishe to collect a judgment rendered by a Federal Court against Taylur county forj0 interest on railroad bonds ntuoUntlng to about 35000 The appearance of the Marshal here is the talk of the town and a trillie of excitement is spreading from town to country owissue the trouble will Ilcanlly terusina is a matter of conjecture The peon are divided as to the propercourse to pursue Trouble is likely to arljeapd the end is no t jet rho duet rs brought with then sonic rucislo isThe oclgllen individuals to pay a debt alleged to due from the taxpayers of tho codti yv surpasses all human underatnodiog Surely there can be no shadow of jus LIce in it add those upon Whom aH tachments have been levied are not0 atlstb tiiiu nrr EChcy aver that it is au unpleasant but a duty nevertheless Till obvious Interest of the people of tile county Is to meet iu council propose compromise and If the right figures wipeoutthno been hanging over the tax paycr nmIttlullnfArTho little folks guUurcd at th rpsidohcc of Mr AG Todd in honor of Hiss Dubimey of Wastidgton roan tr last Friday ngJu It rtns n real nice affair affording the visitor an dp jrtunity to become ncqimlot d with the littlt boys and girls in town cltyLpresent HatUo Lewis Edna Lewis Llna Kisenfield Mudgii Kosenllelcl slice Walker Ella Walker ilumey Stults May Stints MOitio Moire Nina Marciitn Batty Hancock Martha blowtLillierCoraIMi liSjrsi Btrtha Collins Mab Akir iru Coiiover May atgnu LIr Mary N us Lluh Sherrill y Sh rrill Kf TriplufctcWu Todd IyrCrayons Prccl Gar Ian Grissom teed Sampson Rob Reed Joe Heed Sun Birbec Columbus PIckett Tube Hughes Henry Hudson IVillie Bntler Earl McGarvey Rte d StintstMontwgomery Itoberdt On July the 6th Mrs J Pierce Do honey reached the age of 43 and it was on this day that forty or fifty of her neighbors and relatives surprised be with one of ton best dinners ever sc In Adair county The plans had bacn well arranged to make the affair a sum prise On the evening before Mrs Dohonoy was invited to no to Mrs Clarence Pages Lor daughter to spend the cigt which she accepted Lnhouse and yard full of her neighbors and friends and the table loaded down with the richest eatables iu the land1 The roinaindcr1 of the duy was delight fully spent by allprcsent How pleas ant and blessed for neighbors to dwell together in peace and love Mont Muntrtrmifcrv a young man son of Rue Montgomery tiffs placeIt employed in the Fulkt seriously and oowordly hurt by Dick Lee Willis a colored boy last Satur night Moo accused Dick Lee of violating oi of the rules of the stable which 11 denied by the by Feeling sure that lie was right in his accusa tiOT Mont turned up the light in the nn era and started to convince Dick Lpcof the fact and as he walked off he was struck in the head with a thrcepouad route a deep and ugly gosh being cut After the wound was dressed young Montgomery was conveyed home where he has been lo c Cdgedamining trial as soon as the wounded man is able to attend court The per putratyr of this deed is a very bad boy and only p few days ago he finished long term in jail Mr S W Royse of Montpelier Ky requests J D nOSe of Missouri to write to him W C G rider Esto has purchased Mr Francis McElroys stock of goods at that place All persons indebted to Mr Gritler are requested to call at the store and settle Rev T F Walton Informs us that has been Informed that the Prtuci pal for the Columbia nigh Schonl will rrive na Tow clays The man select for this work is an exf ericnccd gen tlcma The plcuic announced in last weeks for the colored pcnplewlirbe held the toll gate instead of Long tiew A big base ball game between Campbellsville and Columbia will bo Pla cdrcrybudyinvltcd greatest strike of all in the tipayne couiifcy fields was reported last Monday The Srdbbe well North of beEttrtranr vrclis on Carpenters fork be lUg time producer A message from Uunticello states that it was now producing steady 1500 barrels ref day This Is oo bad new to the Columbia Company wbbse property is on the amestreimIo you want to try- ear hud It so come slang at once s the stock w going rapidly Wonder what tl1edeleatedRepubUa daiididates of Totihatiille thl k of tj jJProglllJU exercietSociety Ajipiu 1st and fit 1YutPrayer WglIRlport Itf ComMiittett Ser retary and Untfalhbed BiiM ifss Paynirntc r range frograra fir PIHSIS Obstetric Emertrnif s JT Wesley MJtJdletwnr Typhoid beer U to Taylor Columbia Insolation A V Noatbery Russel Springs Differential Dingonsisof Suppression stud Retention cjf Union J s Rowe J alUeJiitowu Turbcrculiuix W L Garner II urn phroy Subject to s elected J N McCor maek Sec Suite tuned of Health LhwJlug GrtcuIDisease o Reddish Somerset G D nre Cane Valley S irgstf Oitetrii JGGlr enter S ilrd Bertie Carpenter Huston vllle Anaesthesia Labor W L Lowder McKianey Syphilis A WCjIn Somerset Tnu Isms of Medicine public at night U L Taylor Columbia Apopluxy L F Hammond Dunville nalleySLmfurdWprmy cbilciror J nScholl Jabez Lugrlppe and results J F Barker Hustonville Medical Ethies Win Blair Gitnsfork Dysentery W It Grissoni Columbia Medical Jurisprudence Hou G Paul Smith Columbia Eudometritis F A Taylor Ituanct GO TO New YESTEK Flux Is raging in this community Oat harvest is about over and the yield very good The corn and pardens are needing a good ral IMisses Maths Cores and Ida Reynolds Pearl Neat and Bertha Breeding attended Children Day at Carmcl Mrs Stnphcr tf Illinois who has been vMMiur leer arent llr sad Mrs Hiram Judd for several weeks hns re turned home Mr and Mrs J S Breeding and lit tie daughter Corinne visited the film ily of J A Breeding lea wre4 Mr J W Moore who has been a merchant at Vaster for a number of years and had to discontinue business for a few years on nrcotuitof ill health has just recclvcda full line roar cbantriise arid invites his old custom ers to give him a call attendinghiIda WIlll Mutter Dunbnr and Pearl Brc 1in Irofs Tobias Huffaker laisus lurid noel M Ii Judd lisniiTj sit Pler tIt Grate wee f cllIII il and excellent music yes othersjRu rvUle Laura Rule Neats HendricksoniPearl Neat last Saturday night Mr J F Neat an etlicient merchant of this place who recently lust Lis goods by tire Is preparing to erect an wfJIIThe schools at Lear Wallow Pleas ant Grove and IIMT ing have been pro grossing nicely good aud excellent teachers Iman k Lea for sale ready to mail 100 and you pay postage O coa N D AIYPROPRIETORS OF THE orksyI1anufatturcrs of and Idealers in all kinds of II1foUeredIiMF JEFPKIES TKcal Agent f ols hia Ky 7f HHLL IIFOR Tin Roofing Guttering Repairing COOK STOVES AVELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER UlIBIA KENTUCKY H ARFIY BPYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY PYNB CO MANUFACTURERS DEALERS IN tSecqndxHand and achinery IOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main 4TeJ 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = Kentucky FOR JONES CHAIN MOWERS AND JONES LEVER BINDER Cultivators Handmade Saddles andHarness and the FISHER Buggy war for 12 luonths 4 J 5fl h JKCK7VIKNO lmitt14a Ketitucky r i A CALL 4For Democratic Precinct Mae Meetings and County Commit toe Mooting for Adair County r At a meeting of the Democratic Committee for Adair county held at the circuit clerks office at Co lumbia Kyon the 1st day of July 1001 for the purpose of fix ing a time and manner of nominating Democratic candidates fo the the various county and dI- Strict officers of Adair county to be voted for at the November elec it was ordered by said tiocommittee thut said nominations be made as follows The Democrats of Aduir county will meet ut their respective vl Jug phicd in Much of the votin precincts on Saturday Angus t the 3ltit 8 uYIok p in ami ar ratio tliKmselws in primer order to be counted fur tho different candidates for whom t hty may desire to vote the vote for each candidate to be counted and a tal ly thereof to be krpt by the Cu milteemau for their district respectfully and the vote for each candidate to be preserved and re turned by said committeoman to a meeting of the whole county committee to be held at the court house in Columbia on Monday the 5th day of August 1901 at oclock p m at which time and place the vote of the different precincts will be counted and re suit will bo certified by said committee The candidate for any county office receiving a pluralit of votes cast in the whole county L for nominee for said office be declared and certified by th County Committee the nominee of the Democratic party for said k offices for which nomina tions are to be made aro County Judge County Attorney County Court Clerk Sheriff Assessor Jailer Surveyor Coroner and CommonSchool Superintendent and a Justice of the ppace and Constable for each Justices dis trictFor the purpose of counting and presering the vote each candidate to be voted for may select a per son to be present and assist in the countingIf Democratic Committee man should not be present at the time and place of taking the vote the Democrats are to select a man in his place to take tho 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 November election 1901 may vote in said meeting Given under my hand this 6thI day of July 1901 N M TOTT Chan D C C H D MURRAY SecylA Poor Millionaire Lately starved in London because he could not digest his food E trly ue of Dr Kings New life pills would leave saved him Tben strengthen tbcstomI ach aid digestion promote assimila tioa ituproc appetite Price 25 cts Money hack if not satisfied Sold by T E Paull druggist W M Crutcher prominent farmer of Waddy neighborhood Shelby coon ty committed suicide by shooting self in the temple Ill health hJJr cause He was aged 60 years brother of D C Crutcher Frankfort It Dazzles t World t lodtscQvcry in medicine has ever cheated one quarter of the excitement ti that has been caused by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption ItJ8 severest tests have been tin b Jpc leis victims of neumoniaHemorrhage thousands of whomc It bas restored to perfect health- Asthma For Coughs Colds l 0ness andtluP Hay Fever HoarseJ stVbooplngCouSb issoldI satisfaction or refund money Large l bottles 5ocr and 100 Trial bottles p frees s ShoJ idut Wear a Mask But her beauty was completely bid den by sores blotches and pimples till die used Bucklers ri1 cSalve TbCnr ithe vanished as will all eruptions a lever sores boils ulcers carbunclesp gad elons from Its use Infalliable for oats corns burns scalds and piles CUr cuatandli25t at T JLFaull t i Parable of the Advertiser Behold an advertiser went forth to when he sowe some seed Ml into handbills and dodgers tind the streetcar cleaner came and cleaned them up Some fell among concert and theater programs and the peoph- r being interested in the perform ance and not in bargains they were left on the seats or mid thrown on the floor And some fell among fa k riohtMn s and gift enterprises und popular contempt prllgup and hk thorn igltllllatgwsjiKjiri wliich fund thir way into ihe hont8 of of the pftn pie uli hud tinu to read theta mid they brought forth fruit soiiiH one hundred fold tiumaaixty fold and some thirty fold hinml 1her Culand Jim Younger who exploits in the Northwest made them as ctlelraten as Je4sedume was in this Hectiou of the country were pardoned lust week hy the Governor of Minuesto after a sew vitae of ventyfive years in the Still wa tfr penitentiary of the t Statp They wore greatly aston ished at the evidence of change and improvement that met thei 1eyes at every turn They donne- e citizens clothes before leaving the prison and walked over the city during the day but returned to the prison walls and slept there by invitation of the warden whose rkind heartEdness prompted the in vitation which was kindly appre ciated a u neceptedWarre Courier Tin Best Remedy for Stomach and Bowel Troubles I have ben io the drug business for twenty years and have sold mesall- of the proprietary medicines of any note Among the entire list I have never found anything to equal Cuam bcrans Colir Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel troubles siys O W Wake ild of Columbus Ga This remedy cured two s jvere cases of cholera morbus in myfaiuiiy and 1 have recommended and sid hundreds of bottles of it to my customers to their entire satisfac tion It affords a quick and sure cure in a pca ant form No family should be without it I keep it in my bouse stall time For sale byM Cravens A stir was caused at Newport by a motion to expel Henry E Youtsey from the first Baptist church Ills friends vigorously objected the motioa was voted down and a motion of sym patby adopted instead White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the friends of M A bratty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was tucnlng yilliw Ills skin slowly changed colaalI his eyes and he suffered nil malady was Yellow Jaundice 1butwed to try Eectrlc Bitters tbeon andbe1 was wholly cured A trial proves stomach17srr TUB Western lCentucky Good Roads Cotivcntio which met In Hopkins villc 01 week was attended by over 2i JJ men and women Great interest wax m tnifestediCuts and bruises nee healed by Chamberlains Pain Balm in about one third th time any otbec treatment would require because of its antiseptic quail ics which cause thfc parts to treat with out mat u r atlon For sale by M Cravens Lyttleton Pnrcellclerk of the Bour bon Circuit Court and Miss Sadia Boughman oC Fayette county were married last weolc at Jeffersonville Iud Eat What You Like When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsig fJ indigestion heartburn foul breath- diialnessaudthulungtraill of similar troubles will disappear anti your cleans d and awakened system will demand loud Sound digestion and sound ap tite go toRfither and lxrh tallow the use it this two tried remedy Ask our druggist Stock In tUe Columbia Oil Co 10 pee share If you viaut to take this b of making son e hIg money onsuch small investmert mime while the op portunity exists A sonwas boaathtthewifct of George McKluney oC JMadtaeo couB rr with tab vraihtlft iIioIItttMtbrf w f r cor ill Fifty Cats aYr Leas TJaa a laay a Number WEEKLYePubitsbed at AU taJ Ga After a career of nacre or lees activity in the Southern field for becomedIt contains serial Maries frost the best known authors the world over It ia devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and Iejtheir own story paper Short stories sketches incidents of war of peace anecdotes at home aid afield poems ideas fash ions hints for home keepers everything of utereat to old and young will appear incite excellent weekly make up ANTnONYHoPEstalhneBts Rosalya I aI r raM by Maurice Thomp son to begin April 27thwiU ha pil with absorbing Interest throughout the whole South MI Si year opportunity and centsSnbecripUon agents commission The paper is its own befiefternd argument to the subscriber One sample copy free to yoa and to your six neighbors whose names and addresscsyouscnd on a pos tal card provided yoU send at once A club of five at 60 cents IrlayThethe gnstcst of all WeeklyConsutuuonbothr papersOneeAddress all letters and remittance to I sTHE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA THEr AMERICAN INVESTMENT C01WY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 0 RESERVE SURPLUS h 125000 00 00la HOME OFFICELEXINGTON KY OOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASSAGEIVTS 50000 5rnrer as 88000ForfI ThirdII II ii 1500n FourthfI lOOO Fifth n fI 500fI SixthII fI ii 400 Seventh II fI 300 Next 20 each 8100 amounting to 2000 100II 50II 5000 200II 25II fI 5000II 1000I 10II Ii 10000If 3060II 5II II 15300 A total of 4387 prizes amountinj to 55OOOO dividedContestThe Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1892II 861 625 1893If 835604 1894II 776819 1895II 846996 Guess what it will be in igojt 793189 920872 6OOO o An prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among Them The WeeklyEnquirerf 1000i n nn f for ton early subEtcriptions secures ten guesses guessesNoWeekly Enquirer Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O Iiicrep sing Sea Power It is irjore than probable that the two new battleships and two 0red crnisersfor the building 4 which Secretary of the Navy will ask the authority of tho Fiftyseventh Congress will be duly added to the American Navy at the earliest moment possible to the constructors Public sentiment is strongli in favor of the continued strengthen ing of teia countrys sea power The developments of the war with Spain had a tremendous influence n this direction It was the Amerimm1warships war for the glory of American arms The lesson then taught was that the navy is the bulwark of OUt national militant strength The designs for the four new ships have already been prepared in accordance with a provision contained iu the lava naval appropriation law CoBgress should be apb to authorize the building of thbWships Such actionJB certain to meet with the hearty ap proval of the American people StunG by u Centipede Mrs Thos Sanders Bluff ton Texas was stung by a ceatipede A doctor was sent for but before be arrived some seoelble friend wet a piece of rown paper with iforfcys Wonderful Eight and applied it to the wound The doctor said hU 6ervla 6 were not no den for the poison w e HUka er killed by the oHi Mrs S did not surer from tutJilht1 by ogMit IB every dire 1896 was 1020107 1897 884022 1898 1899If 1900II 1049121 additional exactly 1 getCAVEATTRADEMARK nketchorphotofor BOOK ON PATENTS VGASNW COPatent Lawyers WAt3tE1 NGTON DC A Blank Leases for sate ready to mall 100 for 100 and you Pay postage Many thousands have been restored atIle give it a trial for 3t Is certain to prove beneficial Coughs that have resisted all other treatment for years have yielded to this remedy and per feet health been restored Cases that seemed hopeless that the climate of famous health resorts failed to benefit have been permanently cured by its use Bear in mind that e cry bottle is warrantad and it it does not prove beneficial the mon y will be refunded to you For sale by M Craven S A Steele of Athens AlaDr has been elected to the Presidency of Logan Female College at Kussellville Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate the full worth of Morleys Wonderful until you have used it in a score of th emergencies tbat como in every household Dr T Earub irs of Claiborne Parish La snys Permloinoto say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and found it a good medicine In iacur Jsy rndPneumobia Nothing equals it in relieving polo rlce2 5 cents ask your druggist Blank teases printed n24 OUnfi paper Tor le Joseph Manntega hell county erI killed at thd ia itQl Mince meat h1Iddesboc0 lvhfleg k tempting toraatebt HirearioCrryY s + Jf WLD WOj OF has relief to mil lOll mrfiiuiomcJlwho vere oa their Mrt Mitchell was foet Vrino of Cordul perforatedwondoriol cure in her case She rullcred i ith the ego nlca of falling of tho womb Icacorrhcca and proftuo menstruation weekly appearan co of the menses for two months Rapped her vitality until sho PIII IhsUal wreck Tier nervous stel gave Then come the trial of Wine of Cardul and tho cure Mrs Mitchells experience ought to commend Wine of Cardul to women in words of burning eloquence WINE Of CARDm is within the reach of alt Women who try it are relieved Ask vonr druggist for a it bottle of Winoof iardui do not take a substitute if tendered you Mitchell South Gaston N Wine of Cardnl end Thedfordl mack nraaabtbvo performed nmimculopacure- in tar case had been a crest offerer with falling of tbe and lencorrbaa and mr menses came every week for two months sad were very painful Mr hue band Induced me to try Wine of Cardul and nitcknreuEbt and the Icneor rbma has disappeared and f em restored tperfect tjwlal iiJ rtauy Tle JrJesT1 CluttanoogtTenn Fomps Hose Beitloo PACKING JJOJLEK TUBES Wel Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Call on or address THE AHRENSOTT MFG GO l INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky PARSON MOSS CO CO LUMBIA KENTUCKY We arc prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable- as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co Wilmore Hotel W 31 WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky HERE no better place to stop I than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclaw table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached 11 You want f t tL =akterr- C LUM IAJ r AUGUST 20 4 DAYS u i The stockiditiiluy will be an eye opener and every oCherfttnroof the oiige rijgjtment will eclipse all forztJifr tihfoc A Splendid Bar of Musict will 6 in settulnr It fii to atlHhd IhisIIuli1 fair I Id ualwittrtYr i1II Aii kutomobie1orseclirtiaglf r viifnsridii ring wi II ittnni tutlv rglt seers W H HUDSON vPres O S HARRIS Se- cRUSSELLSPRINGSR IR The duti of thii rplumii place of entertainuieiit f September 3rd 4th 5th Bill 1901 0 0 TIM rounds are in excellent condition tor atula f e FirstClass Show Is Promised If you want to spend a few dayspleas antly keep the date before you An Excellent Band of flusic will be engaged and drawingattrac tions on the grounds i v J H SMITH Presichii t A P SIMPSON Secretary J BUCKNER President U BUCKNER Vice President nfRJnII Buckner Tobacco Warsfeouse 60 INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKET 216220JENTH ST LOUISSLILL KYi SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN pet1U TESALeS FOUR MONTHS FREE STORAGE Independent House Mark your Hhds ElCKNER HOUSE IG T BLACKLEY J Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY BURST CO AUCTION SALES DAYYe4Y T ROURRNS PROMPTLY MANE 1119 to 1125 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY Four aioutbs Free Storage Murk Your lliuls IJfpEIKNDliafT HOUSE LION COFFE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL LION it is If you went to buy a Boa Whelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as ft substitute even if the dealer urges you Now dpnt accept s gubstir l tute for LION COFFEE It Is bound to turn out a com mon yellow cat with none of the strength of the lion IWatchour next advertisement COFFEE because LION COFRpE I ighlyepolished with eggs and other preparations then do not buy l LION COFFEEIf LION COFFEE were common ordinary stuff coffee drinkers wouldnt insist on ha ing it It is used in millions of homes because it is the best coffee in the world for th price If you doubt this take a single package home and try it In ever package of LION COFFEE you will find a fullyillustratedi tdescriptve list No housekeeper in fact woman p boy or will fail to find in list 5Q article which will contribute to these happkmw comfort and convenience and whichthey map haveJ iaqr cutting out s certain surnbcr Lion Heads fromoth wrappers of yl Pc d scaled get Which 01T wfist thin excellent coffee is JoW p t WOOL50N SPKB TOtsroo