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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f cd j THE ADMIt COUNTY NEWSr VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 1901 NUMBER 41 L tiTUf I ILL JMBECTOiil jiT Russell Postmaster pn1LUECTbRY rTblydCIaOifoa Uy In January third Mo y In Septeitbor Judge WVTJoaesr fCircuit s Attorney N II W uroDIW Hurt Clerk JnoBCoffey Coont Flrat Monday in each mont- hJuagoJ Butler County Attorney Jasa rcctt Jr ClerkT R Stults JailerS HMitcliell- XsBeisor DradsbawJSurveyor R T McCaffree School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher 1 ITV C003T Regularcourt second Monday in achraonth iilieJ W acne Cordon lontJOIDeTTI GGTtiJIiCH DIRECTORY PRESniTBRJAN Rev T F Walters pastor Services second and fourth Sundaes neach month Sundayschoel atO a m tvety abbaih Prayer meeting every Wednesday night- t MKTIIOOIBT- BcnKSviLtB Rov W P Gordon I pastor Services first Sunday its each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at n nt Prayer meeting Thursday night DAPr33T c tSSUn0SrEETRite t tIC Sarvlces third Sauday to oack month I IadapM one es y Ssbbatfc at ta Prayer ctolfng Tuesday night AliFBELMVlLLB Eld Z T WHliCKS Pa Service First Sunday in each to Sundayschool every Sabbatb at9 aw lUapr m retie g Wednesday night LODGES isttASONICnu LODOENo F and A t Vf in their halt over bank on Frt eachlT It Secj Cnn run No7 meets first Monday night In each month- J K MOBBKU1T P W W Secretary New Carriage j and Wagon Shop 0t I have leased the 1t C Euban1 shop and will giro Carriage fit Wagon Itfork special attention Work done byme will be firstclass Produce taken in return for work j S F EUBANK Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky t JUNIU5 HANCOCK Prop 0E The above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready for tic comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the narketaffords Rates reasonable 1OoQd sample room reed stable at tached Pumps Hosts Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHRENS o iT111GI cot INCORPORATFD 525320 Main St Louisville Kentucky PARSON MOSS r CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY it We are 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 j take country produce 1atmarhetvalue Give us call Shop near Mill Cu Always atlond strictly to Business Tho test pills for Bilious People in tforleys Little Liver Pills because they al attend Striotly to bttsi oeai Safcarebatad Ont a dose BoMb QUEER CAPERS Cut by an Electric Fan in a Business mans Private Office I had a curious experience with an electric fan during the recent hot spell said a gentleman who has an office in one of the large buildings above Canal street to a New Orleans TimesDemocrat writer and the experience was not altogether pleas ant It was really a very harrowing experience and for awhile I was somewhat perplexed over the situation I was for a few minutes a Hindu convert for I believed in the doctrine of reincarnation firmly I saw it all right in my office The fan bad sud denly taken on some of the attributes of a living pulsing being and it cut all kinds of capers I had concluded that I would put thejan onalowshelf- in the corner of my office and some distance from my desk The shelf was only a few inches from the floor In moving the fan about I had short ened the amount of insulated wire necessary and had a considernblesur plusage piled up by the fan IJeally there was enough rope to reach across the office The fan had been careless ly fastened to the shelf Zzzzip Before 1 could realize what had hap pened the fan had scampered from the shelf to the floor and was doing sort of oriental hoochiecoochie as it rushed toward me It was coining at a good pace too I could not get behind it on account of the narrowness of the space in office The fan switched its course a bit doing a sort of side step as if tempting me to slip in behind it and I was about to make the break when whirring member whirled back in the other direction The violence of the turn caused the fan to topple over on its face and the instrument proceeded to clean up the office I got out andshut thedoor behind me I heard thegrind and jostle in the office until I got tiredand then I peeped in The furyof the fan had subsidedsomewhat and the riotous member had buzzed back into thecor ner of the room near my desk I slipped stealthily into the office got my hand on the crank and turned the power off The fan had lost several of its wings while on a rampage and had otherwise injured itself I had it repaired and put backon the shelf but since that time I hnveused a chain sand a padlock to keep the fan in its place COMMON WILD PLANTS Accurate Knowledge of Them Often Proves Extremely Valuable A curious case is reported from Mr8ll Pu which goes to show that o knowledge of common wild plants Is extremely valuable says the New York Time Three boys ate some berries which looked like wild grapes and hi a short time were seized with convulsions and died The action of the poison was so much like that of strychnine that a worthy farnipr gyps accused of putting that drug ipto cider to punish the boysforstealingit Fortunately for the farmer he had not bought any poison to kill bugs on his crops and so escaped a serious time for nothing could be proved against him Local physicians sent specimens of the berries found in the boys pockets to Prof Thomas Mee han of the Academy of Natural Sci ences in Philadelphia and he identi fled them as moon seed In his report he said Theplpntiatlmeinoonseed- appropriately so called from the forma of the seed within the pulp und botanically menispermum cana dense It is very closely related to the wellknown poisonous drug cocculus indicus of the pharmacists The ac tion of the poison is saidto be similar strychnineTime the English ivy but aremuch smaller and thinner The vine is of slender growth reaching the height of about ten feet in the season In the fall and winter there is nothing to be seen but the clusters of shining black berries resembling the frost grape and children may readily believe they are gathering and eating gropes Fortunately theplant is not very common This plant may indeed be ufJcommon but it is a good thing to know that it exists CATCHING THE AUTOMOBILIST Accurate Little Chronometers Aid Police in Judging Their Speed In the daily war for supremacy now waged in Paris between thepolice and the motornipn the former are con stantly devising fresh methods for catching the latter in the act of furious driving According to a Chi cago Daily News dispatch the authori ties have just mlda pew move blip vesting in a large stock higtpriced chronometers Special policemen have beenprovided with these instru ments and sent to theBois de Bou logno to watch offending automo- bilists The policeman takes up his JETrftid pVagiveri spot the distance Jfoni which to anothcrDoinl inv nas previously been accurately measured When a motorman passes the first placethe policeman times him during his progress to the second and when lie reaches the latter invariably nabs him for furious driving In nine cases out of ten the automobilist can only plead guilty when confronted bythe unimpeachable evidence of his time taken on a firstclass chronometer A Big Slaughter of Cats A hundred Ions of cats tails were sold in one lot in London for ornamenting ladies wearing apparel Assuming that an average cats tail would weigh a couple of ounces this wouldmean that no fewer thanl792 000 pussies had been killed just to supply this one consignment- LABOUCHERE IN HIS YOUTH Noted Englishman Had as Ready a Wit Then as Now Labouchere says Joseph ITatton in The People was sent by the British minister to look after some Irish patriots at Boston Taking up his quarters at a small hotel he entered his name as Smith If you have an idle hour in almost anyi American city you can get into a game of draw or anything else in theway of gamble In the evening of his arrival the at tache incontinently entered gaming establishment and lost all the money he had except half a dollar Then he went to bed satisfied ne doubt with his prowess Thenext day t1w bailiffs seized on the hotel for debt and all guests were requested to pay their bills and take away theirluggage La bouchere could not pay andcould not therefore take away his luggage All he could do was to write to Wash ington for a remittance and wait two days for its arrival Theo first day he walked about and spent his half dol lar on food It was summer and he slept on a bench on the common In the morning he went to the bay to have a wash independent of all the cares and troubles of civilization buylmimselfhe grew very hungry and entered a restaurant and ordered dinner with out any clear idea of how he was to pay the bill except to leave his coat in pledge And here comes in an example of young Laboucheres luck tempered by a ready wit As the hungry and for the lime being penniless attache ate his dinner he observed that all the waiters were Irishmen and that they not only continually stared at him bnt were evidently discussing him withone another A guilty con science induced him to think that this was because oI his impecunious ap pearance and that they were making calculations as to the value of his clothes At last one of them ap proached their anxious customer and in a low voice said I beg your par don8irjareyon the patrjotMeagher Now this patriot was a gentleman who had aided Smith OBrien in his Irish rising and had been sent to Australia and had escaped thence to theUnited States It was my business to look after patriots said Labouchere telling me the story so I put my finger before nvy lips and said Hush at the same time casting my eyes up to the ceiling as though I saw a vision of Erin beck oning me It was felt at once that I was Meagher The choicest viands wereplaced bcforemeanimostexcel7 lent wine When I had done justice to all the good things 1 went to the bar and boldly asked form bill The proprietor also an Irishman said From a man likeyou who has suf fered in the good cause I can take no money allow a brother patriot to shake hands with you I allowed him He further allowed the wait ers to shake hands with himand then stalked forthwith stern resolved but somewhat condescending air which he had seen assumed by patriots in exile Again he slept on the com mon again he washed in the bay Then hewent to the post office got his money and breakfasted JoOWNING BOOKS Better Than BdrrowiogYoe Become More Familiar with Them In a newspaper was recently print ed a letter from a book lover asserting that books were of little use to mho only borrowed them or received them as gifts Heobjectec asliuskin also did to cheap books and said he was almost convinced that if the pheapest books post five dollars pr more the world would bebetter off1 Np doubt says the editor of St JJichplas this is an extreme state inept and would have to besxpressed more Cautiously tobe true Yet there is some truth in th idea that books may be too plentiful and too easy to buy Therei a likeness between lrbrariesandsehoolsin this re spent Thsboy tir girl in a big school is not be elro form friendships as u a smaiicr scnooi Vi Iiwe there is too wide a choice there is less inti macy So in the library A large li brary is not so likely to become fa miliar and valued as a smaller collec tion wellchczen The very company of books is edu cating As one sits before thebook cases and glances at his favorite volumes it is as if each said a word ortwo or suggested thought Thus a boys eye may fall upon his copy of Tom Brown at Rugby and in his mind rises the remembrance of the great hareandhounds run in which Tom and East and the Tadpole struggled so pluckily anti at last held that de lightful little interview with Dr Ar nold or visions of Easts tricks on old Martin There is no need to open the bookone breathes its healthful air at the mere sight of its title So from each old favorite there comes a friend ly greeting and we recall the pleasant hours spent in its company- A great orator said Books are the windows through which thesoul looks out A home without books is like a room without windows No man has a right to bring up children without surrounding them with hooks if he has the meanS to buy books HOT WEATHER IN THE SLUMS Swift Trolley Cars Stir Up the Air Bringing Temporary Relief Speaking of fans and warm weather said a gentleman to a Xew Oi leans TimesDemocrat reporter 1 have made an interesting observation during the last few days Along some of the narrow streets of New Orleans and in the poorer quarters where the houses are jammed up together until it would stein almost impossible for the air to circulate at a111 guess one would find the greatest amount of suffering And it was in a section of this sort where the people werepant ing for breath that 1 made the obser vation The fan is a great thing iivthe hot season just so one does not have to fan ones tell If the cooling ef fect can be obtained wtthout any ex penditure of muscular energy so much the better Now this is what happens in some of the narrowstreets where electric cars brush alongatreg ular intervals The street car sa great fan Where they run down sonic of the narrower thoroughfares sweep ing by the windows with considerable velocity they do a world of good in a cooling way and I have watched the occupants of houses crowd to the win dows just to get the benefit of the breeze caused by the rapid motion of the car In these streets the air is bankedand circulates but little un less there happens to be a sweeping wind in the direction the street runs The car churns this air upsweeps it out so that fresher air may rush in from above andfrom the side streets and hence the street car becomes a great advantage to the persons who live along the narrow streets and in the tenements that are crowded close togetherELMLEAVED GOLDENROD Has the Broad Thin Leaves of a Shade Plant It is well known that when a plant grows in shady places it is likely to have a greater leaf area than when it grows in the open sunshine It must pause a larger surface to col the when the latter is com- parativply dip Now most of the goldeprpds live in the open fields haying rather parrpw leaves but the exquisite elm leaved goldenrod lives woods and copses where the shad ows are thick and direct sunshipe is a fleeting thing And so we find that this species has the broad thin leaveg of a shadeplant leaves with well kveloped stems but otherwise to sim ilar to those of the elmtree as to give this goldenrod its distinctive name But it gives a touch of color to somber shades of the woods that we would not willingly do without Clarence Moores Weed Womans Home Companion A book on the ears as an index of character having been published by an English author a learned reviewer Dr A Keith mentions his own elab orate study of the ears of more than 40000 people including 800 crim finals and 2000 insane perSlons besides those of 300 apes He was forced to conclude that the ears gave no clew to personal traits He Would See Through It If you want to tell a fish story do not tell it toa man who was raised on the river He knows too much about it Washington la Democrat muses ora Kicn Man byfoolsla Democrat Geed Advice Go it alone Don t usey our best t DailyNewsF i LIME WATER FOR STRE2T3 Would Be Productive of Sanitary Cia fm n Hot Weather Dr A EC owes writing to a med ical Journal suggests that the use of lime water prepared fresh for water ing the streets in hot weather would prove to be a practice i iccuctive of sanitary comfort The advantages claimed for the practice are said to It those first of aggregating together loose particles of manure and thus to prevent them from being diffused by the wind second of exercising crtain antiseptic action third of preserving wood paving and fourth of renderingwood less slippery The idea should be worth considering by the local authorities intrusted with the care of the streets and an ener getic surveyor might make trial of Dr Eddowes plan on an experimental basis Lime we are told is employed near Vienna for the disinfection of sewage Collected in one of three tanks a days sewage is mixedwith fresh milk of lime in the proportion of from oneto two percent Themix ture settles for 48 hours then the clear eflluent water is drainedoff The sediment remaining is usedas manure Its valuein this latter direc tion is alleged to be great The ef fluent was said to be clearer than the water in adjoining mountain streams I may remark that lime has long been used for purifying sewage From six to 12 grains of lime are employed per gallon of sewage Time objection to this method is the rapid putrefaction of the sewage if too much lime is add ed while it is said that as the organic matters in suspension are alone affect ed purification is defective and the manure of no value London Chronicle MRS CORNELIUS VANDERBILT How She Eelpid the Commodore on the Road to Fortune A woman played a large part in laying the foundations of the fortunes of the house of Vanderbilt The first Cornelius Vanderbijt married at the age of 20 and a ycarlaterbecamecap n of a small steamboat plying be tween New York and New Brunswick N J Passengers were numerous and many persons went to New Brunswick and back by boat for the pleasure of the trip Others when the boat reached New Brunswick got into tages and were driven across the state to another steamerwhich took them down the Delaware Of course they wanted something to eat and here Mrs Vanderbilt saw her opportunity New Brunswicks hotelor halfway house was dirty and ill kept Mrs Vanderbilt suggested to her husband that they should take the hotel refit it and run it in a style that would attract guests Vanderbilt leased the hotel but as the scheme was his wifes he told her she might run it and have the profits Mrs Vanderbilt overhauled the house and named it Bellona hall after the steamship Bel lona which her husband then com manded The fame of Bellona ball soon spread to New York and par ties were made up to visit it because of the excellent fare to be found there It also increased the profits of the line for which Capt Vanderbilt worked and his salary was increased to 2000 a year Mrs Vanderbilt for 12 years managed Bellona hall with profit to herself and pleasure to her guests Success BERIBERI Fever That Was Oas Time the Scourge- of Japans Navy Nothing is more remarkable than the record relating to kakke or bed beri its it is known in the Philippines the dreaded fever which used atone time to be such a scourgein the Japanese navy In 1883 thelas year of the old system of diet there were 1236 cases oUt of a total force of 5340 men being a ratio of231 cases per 1000 of force says the Chicago BecordIIerald The deaths were 49 In 1898 the total number of cases was 16 out ofa force of 18126 being a ratio of 87 per 1000 The number of deaths was one In fact by a judicious system of diet kakke may be said to have been driven out of the navy al together The daily food of a man in the Japanese navy is now approximately onehalf pound of bread two fifthsOfa pound of meat twgthirds of a pound of rice fivesixteenths of a poundof vegetables together with small quantities of preserved pieat and fish fresh fish cracked wheat beans flour tea sugar and roasted barley No less remarkable is the steady increase of body weight thatI has taken place since1884 when 4he improved system of diet began to be operative The average weight in that year was 121 pounds approxi mately and it thenceforth increased regularly year by year until in 1898 the figure was 130pounds Salt gsed lmtndOB London consmnes 11 tons ofult dav s S BEDFELLOWS IN MEXICO Traveler Spsnls an Unpleasant Night in Company with Lizards I had arather unhappy experience once myself said a listener but it was at a time when my nerv couldnot stand a great deal and the shock was no surprise to me I was really happy when I found that my eyes had played meno trick and that the things about me were real things I had journeyeddown into Mexico for the purpose of spending some time The trip was partly a business trip and partly for such pleasure as I could get out of an experience in a country that was new to me I ought to say here that I had never been in a trop ical country My life had been spent in the north and whatever I knew about many of the forms of life in tropical sections was altogether the oretical I had merely read about many of thin things but I learned aft thingsIments when my mind was inclined to conjure with tIle horrors of uneven sleep Well I found myself in Mex ico I was in the wilds of Mexico and that where one could find but few of the comforts known to the more advanced ways of living I stoppedwith an old Mexican one night and he put me in a dumpy lit tle room off to myself I slept on the floor or rather I started to sleep on the floor and it was a dirt floor at that I coiled up on a mattress made of some light material I had just closed my eyes when I felt something scramble rapidly over my forehead It startled me a bit but kept cool and still to see if it would happen agatnIthappenedinlesstimethan it takes to tell it This thing kept up until the experiment was disorganizing my nerves and I could stand it no longer I got up and started out and I felt the same thing happening to my feet Partly panicstricken I rushed into time room of the old Mexican Something in yonder I said pointing to ward my room He took in the sit uation at once andassured me thatit was all right He struck light and went to the room with me to assure me that there was no danger When I got backto my room I w paralyzed Crawling over the walls of the hut andscramping over the floor over the mattress on which I had lain and run ning here and there and everywhere was a perfect army of lizards of all sizes ages and varieties I told the Mexican to leave me the light and that I would occupy the room for the night And so I did But I did not sleep for I did not want the lizards however harmless andcompanionable they might be to convert my face and forehead into a promenade This woundup my experience in Mexico and I scampered pver the border as soon as possible and since that time the wilder regions in the tropics have had no fascination for meN 0 TimesDemocrat AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT Curious Thou Disastrous Experience in a French Forest A lady was entering the forest of St Germain near Paris in an auto mobile recently when the machinery became out of order The passengers brought the car to a standstill in or der to overhaul the engines when most immediately a violent explosion pccurred and the car was enveloped in flames The passengers had a narrow escape The liquid fuel in the reservoir of the car overflowed and be came ignited and it was feared that the burning stream of oil wouldrun among the bushes fringing the road setting them alight in which eventthe forest would have been involved and widespread damage caused The forest fire however was averted by the fellingof a few trees and the cutting away of the undergrowth in the vicinity of the burning vehicle The mo tor car burned fiercely for about an hour leaving only a mass of tangled steel and ironwork The valueof the automobile was 5000Scientific American A Rich Negro Peter Postell who died recently at Hopkinsville Ky was said to be then richest negro in the south He was 60 years old had been a slave in his youth and has left an estate valued at 500000 criiIa tftleatWaa Help Help gurgled thedrown ing man as he was about tosinkfor the last time i WhaVs the matters yelled the lounger on thcwhar1un aint deep Cant you walk out Of course gasped the other sar myhoesThen he Eank London Answers It You neednt tell ann that lie is gettiagold IIeks0Wa3tTA 4 HOUSERENTING IN LONDON Long Leases and Few Advantajei U Tenants the Rule In London one cannot rent a house for less than seven years and the tenant must pay all the taxes and make his own repairs The average Eng lishman who rents his house must put upwith a score of worries and incon veniences which his American cousin knows nothing about The American householder says the New York World if anything goes wrong merely sends for his landlord In London the landlord sends for the tenant and requires him to insure the property in the bargain- It is usually impossible for a Len doner to estimate with any accuracy what a house will cost to rent Theca tual rental paid to the owner of the house is but a small part of the ex pense A house whichwill rent fer 2000 in New York can usually be secured in London for about 300 a yearThisrent is not paid to the owner of the land but to some ground land lord who in turn rents it from an other lessee and so on The property is frequently removed dozen times in this way from the original owner It is practically impossible to buy land in speculator or boomer in London rarely buys any land He merely rents it for a long period say of 99 years and builds upon it Then each house is sublet to individual ten ants for longperiods These latest landlords have as sumed all responsibilities and on re responsibilities first place it is only possible to lease the house for a period of seven 14 or 21 years It is besides impossible to give it up no matter what may hap pen until the lease has expired The tenant has the privilege however of subletting the house if he is lucky enough tofind a tenant The London leases have many tricky little clauses which would not be tolerated by Americans The ten ant is bound to keep the house insured and to pay the premiums He must pay the taxes the water rate keep the drains in order paint the entire house inside and out once every three years and must put it in perfecta condition to the satisfaction of the agent at the end ofthe term before moving out Putting the house in order is usual ly an important item After an occu pation ofseven years a property is sure to depreciate more or less It is not unusual for a tenant to spend thou sands of dollars in repairs when on the point of leaving Most Londonihouscs are far behind those of New York in point of con venience Many of the expensive houses are without bathrooms or ade quate plumbing or the apparatus for providing hot and cold water If a tenant wants any of these things ho must of course put them in at his own expenseIt the same with the appliances for heating Most London houses have no system of heating whatever beyond the open grates in the rooms These must be kept in order of course by the tenant- English houses are moreover serv antkillers In New York itwould bo impossible to get servants to put up with such inconveniences at any price A CURIOUS PHENOMENON Chalk Rocks Cut Up Strange Capers French Alps A curious phenomenon was ob served at the village of Le Ghazil in the French Alps recently Oneday toward evening the inhabitants were disturbed by a loud rumbling in the vicinity of Mont Farand which in creased in intensity Looking toward the scene of the disturbance the viI lagers were further startled by seeing bright flashes of fire At first the un usual spectacle was attributed to vol cane agencies and a party of civil gineers set out to examine the cause of the phenomenon They discov ered that the intense dry heat had caused the chalkrocks on the summit of the mountain to crack and to break away in all directions These reeks had descended the mountain like an avalanche and being thickly veined with silex in descending they had struck one another with terrific force scattering brilliant showers of sparks in all directions with suohrapidity that they resembled one single she t of flame Scientific American The creariuc osttenaciousof life js the common sSSbpolyp If one bs thereiultdozen sections making as many ani mals They may be turned inside out when they apparentlj njoy them selves just as well as before if two be divided and placed end to end the result wilLbeamonsterb vinganeact it sack extremity t9 11 TOO ADAIR tIOUIY RI =Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair ounty News 1tion Ir4CORPOBATEn cHAS S HARRIS Ed- Democratic newspaper devoted to the inter eats of the city of Columbia and the sepia o Adair and adjacent counties J Entered at the Columbia Postomceass cl511 mall matter =SDIISCRIPTN RATA ONE YEAR tfLOO8iXeoxrns 8TRICTIYIN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 121vote fe 1J W s Democratic Tick i For County Judge JWBUTLER County Attorney t JAS GARNETT JRJSheriff DR S P MILLER County Court Clerk PT COOLEY Jailer- S H MITCHELL ssessorEC G JEFFRIESe 1SurvevorR T McCAFFREE CoronerLEONARD FLETCHER SuperintendentJOHN FLOWERSJ Lientenant Ewing Waters Inmost eon of the great editor was mar lied to a handsoma Cuban girl AusKustlS The ceremony took place is Philadelphia where the bridesa ar juts now reside Soon of the union the couple left for Lou yille to visit the parents of theyore groom The Transportation Commit Qheldhas secured concessions from a the railroads entering the city rate of one fare for the roundtrip will go into effect and even a to r price than this will probably given people living within a radIUsbJ of 200 miles of LouisviHeal Several large Knight Tempi commanderies have included in ratheirpilgrimage to Louisville a numb erAof side trips into Kentucky Ten nessee and Indiana The Knights ury are goodspendersthey leave near idEingHoosier and Blue Grass States willCo profit by the holding of the ConmE clave in LouisviHetallast Iygillthat C C Vogt a gold Democrat There would be nominated by tho Re publicans of Louisville for fortheagree would not only refuse the nomi Ifnation but he would vote for Mr ment thildategreatly rattled Sapp and his folby lowers and they are all at sealea Born to W P Walton editor Sprithe fiitsgiving to the public sound Demo cratio doctrine for the past two months The new advent is a per izens feet counterpart of the parent and night what it will do for those who are not walking in that straight and narrow path will be sufficient An automobile on exhibition at our Fair which opened yesterday and if she were here we would place her upon the front seat and let the ton vast assembly view the handsom e tturnout t c i vuri If outlook for the Democratic lWSThe in this State is brighter than at any other time in the seat sorme end of both parties as a rank asser but rank as it may appear it a fact In 1895 Mr P W Hardin a candidate for the nomi nation for Governor led in the vocacy of the free unlimited c ieor- uge ofsilverhe stirred the P and brought along with the et division that lost the State that resulted in the election of Mr forecofree coinage in State campai particularly at that time w the party had not time to thor oughly investigate was a mist and not only proved disastrous that fight but lost our electoral in the following year Si lIceold rivalry for leadership and honors brought other troubles and in 1899 reached its height and most bitter point which sent thou lauds of good Democrats out of party lines and inlisted their forts to defeat the Democratic nominees for no other reason than the manner in which Mr Goebet received his nomination All th troubles have passed The money question has at least been elimi nated from State and county cam paigns j no Democrat is now ask ing and demanding the views of candidates on National questions therefore ninety per cent of the Democrats who parted from their first love in 96 will linger longer in the camps of the common enemy But better still the bitter ness of the 99 campaign has pass ed The rights and demands of the minority have been grant the methods that dominated our party then have been left behind thrown over the dash board and those who left the nominees in that struggle have no grounds for complaint in the recent actions our party They are all consid Democrats the gold man the silverite the Hardin men the Goe men and the Democrats who voted for Brown can now all unite and will unite in the struggle to overthrow the party that enjoyed the good thiugs of Kentucky while we were fighting out our own troubles Again the recent action the Republican party in Louis villa is admitted to be one of the corrupt games ever revealed iu this or any other State that the Repnblicen par not the home of all that is pure good j that its leaders are as TIis experiences in this Sts Shattered to fragments divided withoutee t measures for all its sins and llymonths past it sariptnralinjun c Alionlet the dead bury the dead It does not bring up the gibeon and liberal platform equal exact justice to all This year majoritynn c special dispatch from Wash ington says Secretary of Treas Gage is going to Canton in the future to talk with the Pros about various matters one I which will be the removal of llector Sapp and the appoint of his successor The Secre cool will make this trip about the of the month and immediate upon his return the name of the Louisville will be announced left is no doubt but that the arnge very much the Kentucky politicians to j upon one man for the place they cannot arrive at an agree ly he will appoint whom he mapbe the a strong supporter of one of the ahita candidates and timSpringfieldmorning after an illinesa worn weeks his affliction being fever terminating in pneumonia in The deceased will be re membered by a number of our cit world as having spoken here one during the last Gubernato me 011rOmll itCeuaetercounty circuit court Be was Liver they practice The trend of political affairs dicate thatjhe Tariff question w be an important issue in our next National campaign and should it become the bone of contention tween the two forges we feel c tain that the American people c and will vote intelligently on t important question When ad Tariff question became the ma intone between Cleveland a ndto gentlemitwhen the smart alexs were d cussing the Tariff He listened patiently and from the discussion pareh0ya On his home he informed akaneighhorthstpolitics were getting hot in town that Cleveland was candidate Blaine a candidate an man Tariff was running T complication greatly confused t old man but he finally found out that old man Tariff was a some thing that he could not understand but a he must decide fThousands and millions of voters have supported old man Tariff un der his protective garb but since they have felt his heavy hand of eseoppressions in the forms of bines and Trusts they stand will ing and ready to vote him out A bad woman and a pistol are two dangerous things John Mar shall a prominent and wealthy farmer of Jessamine county was shot and instantly killed in Nich olasville last Wednesday by J E Higgs The trouble dates back the time Mrs Marshall wife of the dead man eloped with E Milton Van Avery to whom she wall mar Higginto Mrs Marshall not knowing the nature of it FROM TEXAS- of rKnu TEX Aug 12 1901 Editor of the News I thought perhaps it might in terest some of my old Adair fries to send a short sketch from th part of Texas Knnn the lilt town in which Inom located is comparatively a new place situated on the Gulf Colorado and San te Fee R R in Dontou county forty miles northwest of Fort Worth We have n quiet lift town strictly prohibitionhave eigtyht ce church building and two more wi be built in the near future j thee y have two large elevators in town and are just completing- te a 20000 roller mill and elevator whichwill be quite a convenience to the fanners of this part of th county Last year they shipped out from this place 900 cars of wheat about 700 bushels to t car The soilof Denton county adapted to the production of ems but owing to the green bug dry we ather the wheat and corn crops are almost a failure this year The cotton crop is looking well beginning to open Picking wit commence the last of this mostly and will continue till springOn July the 27th ftythree e Krumitea and myself boarded a excursion train for the Arbuckle Mountains about 150 miles in the T Loft Erutn at 8 oclock arrived in the mountains at 12Jtook ou a little refreshment a drio k of nice clear water that bubbled up from between two large rocks which I have not had the pleasure of doing before since I mj old Kentucky home ten moiithp ago j then on foot we climbedup tie mountain when we reached the top we were permitted to view a vast amount of the Indian Territory We could plainI see the tin town of Armore a nfortyfivescetJding the mountains some ofg boys to oka bath in the river We started home ate 7oclock i tbout 600 in the crowd all seemed to be having a good j we laude in Krum that at 12 oclock I felt as near oUt as if I had been squirrel il- lhuntmg out on the Harvey ridgeal faoc I saw some country that reminded me of that part of the Success to TJhe News for it gives irjany intere sting sketches from Adair and adjoining counties is anxiously looked for every morning J 0 McCusTER Children lovo to take Xsrioys Little Pilte for EUions Pest because Pills are small look and taste Uke aorkenalieleSogarcoated c t KANSASilJ CAMOHEBBEB KAN Aug 12 abeyou a few laboringn ishienow ro en a va lDC tai portionIcountry 80 bushnld per acre I raised and threshed 10030 bushels and yetisa j it up it will make good feed T crop of oats is light Thereon area good many cattle in this con try but in spite of the drouth there will be plenty of rough feed for the winter sI lived in SouthCentraf dKansas most all the time since I occupationheo ngthe is cattle I like the climate of this count ry and also the people I would like vary much to see my friend ad relatives in Adair a expect t visit them scon CHAS S PAGE EUNICE yeiwhoopingcough Farmers are very much delighted over the rain- Lumber hauling is quite an attraction In this section Miss Josie Stokes of Stokes is vi ting the family of J M Vaughan Eunice people have bright anticipa tions for attending the Columbia fair toMrs Chas Herritord who has be eDgun the family of Mrs Wihla- enfor a few weeks has returned to b home at Burksville Several of our young folks gathered atthe home of Miss Lula Breeding is Saturday night week and quite a de lightful time was spent Those present were Misses Josle Stokes Pear Breeding Fanny Dunbar Susie its n Cordie Dunbar and Lula Breeding Messrs Henry Squires Cassius Breeding Van Dunbar Welby Knilley Ben Evans Sam Evans Jim Pelley Joe Campbell Mont Harmon and OscarI Sinclair deMr J S Breeding is on the sick isDir S S Williams and children leand Miss Lena Williams visited ti family of Tas Young at Plum Pole a few days ago Our merchant Mr J M Vaugban has a lively trade Mr and Mrs Chas Pyles attended weekleOur school and in adjoining districts seem to be progressing nicely DENMARK 11TheoPolis Shearer of near this place died Aug 9th consumption heDora daughter of Mr and Geo Antle of this place died Auif bfever The remains were interred in the family grave yard near eold Liberty church Dora was a good little girlkind and gentle to all She is now with the angels heWe have a few cases of flux in this Mr and Mrs D H Bloyd of Crocus are visiting at this place isAn all day singing at old Mt Vern 1on church Aug 11th singing conducts cd by Profs L C McKinley and H E Walkup Large crowd and good time with plenty to eat E Aaron has moved into his new dwelling The school at this place Is progress ing nicely with P E Helm as teach er Rev T J Winfrey is visiting hiscI LivingstonGrowing corn is looking well since the drouth was broken If we have 4 plenty of rain a lairly good yield is ex petted Wheat sorry yield oats reasonably good A two weeks meeting conducted by Rev J S Smith at Greasy church closed the 4th Sunday in July5j with twenty professions Rev Smith is a good revivalist and proclaimed the GIprayerswho attended felt the gospel and were benefited Truly we hope to have Smith with us again May he do the good be can that his reward be great E Aaron S Bro are a JjjTheIn this county to help our farmers with which they appreciate very much Kentucky Fair Dates Tne following are the dates for hold g the Kentucky fairs this year so farC August 204 days Shepherdsvllle August 204 days LaGrange August 213 days BISpringfieldBardstown September 35 days Elizxbethtown Sept 104 days J standBowling Green Sept 104 days eGlasgowColumbia August ao4 days Ladies Favorite Morloys Little Liver for Bilious People are the ladies The faTsdie beeattee they aro sffiall easily tAkeaaJtd do their work quietly they tfetftOefciaU10ne 4bie Sold boYne PELLYTON Corn is selling at 100 per bus and scarce at that leThere will not be much over a h crop of corn made in this section Mrs T J Bell and children of LIb thlsnrIghborIS innthis neighborhood mostly typhoid fe ver Mrs Fannie Roberts and three children of Mitchelsburp Boyle coun ty are visiting her parents at this utplace heHiss Annie Bet Pcily who has low with typhod fevr Is improving slowly- n Joe Ellis was in Columbia Friday Mrs D K Pelley is on the tik lit Mrs Pearl Maupin and Mrs C W Campbell have typhoid fever J L Pelley and Welby Ellis arc im proving slowly Several from this place will attend Columbia Fair DUNNVILLIu We are having fine rains and cnns will be good in this section JdThe health of the psoplu is gianiliv tread Last Wednesday was the first day of the Casey County Far and the rair kept many pe plc from atu hug Mr R G Combest and family 0 Whetstone Cumberland county a visiting Judge Tom Bells family Mrs Abbie Beard of Neatsburg has been visiting her brother Mr Gi A Cundiff slMr Sharp and two sons of Elkhorn Mr Sam Robinson Saturday Mr and Mrs W C Sampson of Lawyers Va were visiting P B Mor and family last week nsCharlIeMurrell was at the Dunnllle Hotel one night last week Mr Cyrus Wilson sold to Mr Drew Wilkinson ten barrels of corn to be ist livered in itfovemqer at 125 per bbl W E Cundiff sold a pair of three yearold mules to Wayne county par ties for 250 W E Cu diff bought of William Turner one pair of three yearold mules for 250 A N Taylor has sold his staves to Banta Coulter Mrs A N Taylor is teaching our Morgan was in Adair county last week J W Garrison visited his parents at Moreland last week regulartCapt Ed Pelly was ring marshal at the Liberty He made a good one LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0II THOROUGHLY equipped modern l laundry plant conducted by exper- rs fenced workmen and dUng as high grade work as can be turned out anyplace in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED AIILER Agents Columbia Kentucky YETINERY SURGEON flstulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sal work done at fair prices I GUARANTEE ofnstock- S D ORENSIIAW mile from Columbia on Disappointment lpFnrntshrd American PI iul1nr Day Slic odosicr s dVotcf r MEALS 25c W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER nxr HOTEL JAMESTOWNiKY HOLT VAU6HAN Proprietors 0above named hotel was recently opened has had a fine run from the start Mm looks after the culinary department and that the table is at all times the very best the market affords The proprietors arc attentive and very polite to guests Good sample rooms building 1clusC JONES P V QMSSOM JONES GRISSOM COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are and Woodworkers are prepared to do any kind sectionIEflTThis shop is the Coffoy near the Roller Mill Give TinAlways attend strictly to Business beet for Bilious People art Morleya Tattle Liver Pills because always attend Strictly to buki Sgar ted Onek dose Sold PATTERSON HOTELJR- M65TO3K lfJ 1 KY a No etter place can be found than at the above named hotel Its new a legautl furnished and theta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords as Feed Stable in con aection J B PATTERSON rsisbHshed 1827 FOR SHLG i c WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AKD TArCEN Tf1MIEfVa cs 4 welry ropiired also lr a vti sendour illus r igigue free to anyone sen i t rsdlr R t r IHW GIll I- fii Wf r va irr t USgEriu sP If1GSflOTEr KIMBLE KY t Is now open for the travclin public the year round It is a large commodious btiH ing as the picture dicates and is run first class in every mod VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop TURNER BROS LYON IDEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES flND GfiRRIflGES Campbellsville Kentucky They buy by the CAR LOAD and cm sail you anything in their line at sho profit Write for further information or call and see them TO THE FARMING ELEMENT I s Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Seeds Fertilizers for W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky GO TO AUDET particular and sale L M HALLFOR in Roofing Guttering Repairing COO STOVES WELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA gENTUCg- Y r PERSONAL MENTION Mr Aimstrnng Hill Campo eufn1t was tore last FJ tlny Mr Jake Bailey Horse Cave wits 1n ThursdayiJudge A P Simpson of Jamestown was In Columbia lastFr- tdayIMr Garnett Montgomery M in Campbells several days of lat week Mrs W W Bradibaiv has Ktput ft covered fmjn x recent nvtadc oi ill ness Hr John QjJeKnd4f scfl vifo tad uo sons w re In Columbia lens Jy Jliss Block1 tale of Linoila owmtj Isspeudluna week wILl Miss Emma Ilunn MrTC Davidson has returned from the Liberty Fair Miss EIraor Page Cloburn Tex is visiting relatives in Columbia Miss Jennie Van Pelt Louisville is visitiug Miss Sallie Key Mareum isivisUw her aunt Sam Tony Walker LyOn awl IVm JUrcum arrived with their gtotk SUbI r dllYMrA To SherriH of Grartyviic waste town Saturday and left the News a dollar Misses Ada May Jones and Sallie i attesron Jamestown are visiting 3 Miss Katie Murrell Mr Mont Mitchell brother of Mr S H Mitchell is lying very sick at Ws Home near Knob Lick Mfss Ruth Williams of Campbells ville is visiting relatives in Columbia and will remain during tbe Fair Judge II W Reeves of Lebanon and Hon J1II Wood Campbellsville were here professionally last Friday Mrs Klzzie Murrell and Mrs J L Darnell of Frankfort were visiting relatives at Grady ville and Nell last week DRev J H Burnett and daughter Miss Martha who have been visiting In this county returned to Glasgow lastFridayMrs B Montgomery and her a daughter Miss Augusta are visiting friends in Campbellsville They will probably visit in Columbia during the FairMessrs J H Galey and W E Guire Pittsburgh Penn are lJereI They are oil men and are in Adair to develop tne county and as soon as they got through leasing they will begin to put down Te118IMessrs S M Young Hooker Wil I flats John and Flowers Parish Con rad Strange Dr W F Owsley Misses Elite McGec Agnes Owsley Nora and Mary Dixon and Mrs J T McGee of Burkesville will attend the Fair Dr Robt Hindman and Mr L s1ict Allen who returned from the Liberty Fair last Friday report iunfc the Mt Ternon Band Jnado splendid music ana its member are all yo fag men They aro noxious to reach Gamabla and also desire to contract with the Russell Springs Asscca Ion Last Monday Messrs J A Wheeler and family F C Wheeler and family and S H Myers and family all left for McGregor Texas Their intention is to make their home in that sunny land In this move Adair county los es throe good families and the Demo cratic party three good voters and workers We wish them success in their new home is Mr Thomas Cravens who left lumbia thirteen years ago for Texas reached his old home last Tuesday night and was met by quite a number of friends Mr Cravens has been delicate health for several months but he stood the long journey very well and was looking much better than his friends expected It is hoped that the change will greatly benefit him and that he will ultimately re gain his health 4LOCAL JOTTINGS n Dr Barg will test your eyes free go and see himoBe sure and attend lne auctlQn sale at Gradyville Saturday August 31 Persons who will attend the Fair can be transferred to and from the grounds by Hopewell Murray Bargains at Gradyville Saturday k August 31 Do not fail to attend the great auction sale at J J Hunters store Mr Frank Hill a popnlar young man of this community has been employed by Mr T R Stults and he is now acting in the capacity of deputy County Court Clerk There are eight Knight Templars in Columbia nearly all of whom and a number of other Masons in this olty and county will attend the meeting of the Conclave in Louisville next week One of our subscribers at Breeding sends us word that for several weeks he has failed to get his paper The trouble is not at this office It is mailed from hero regularly every week In making up tne Russeti Springs Catalogue the rompllersunlnfccriiional ly overlooked putting in anhad for IheVaughan Hotel This fsa largii suit coMmodluslMldfng andlho profrle for is rep r d lq take card of siveral hundred people Remember theplacc r t y yFCome To the greatest IF11r ever held In Adair county There are many fancy Horses on the grounds And others ire expected today 1e pie from nil section are arriving rao your children to Dr Barg and have thbir eyes tested Tile automobile being one of the nitthi attractions You will bu permitted to take a ride on the horseless carriage Go to the Hancock Hotel and see Dr Barg about your eyes A vehicle that splits the wind mak lug the rider feellike he is flying Mr W A Coffey is having a nice piling fence built around his proper tyThe automobile will make some fast tithe on the track next week at our Fair Season tickets for the Fair for sale until Tuesday forenoon at M Cravens drug store Auction at J J Hunters store Gradyville Saturday August 31st ginning at 10 a m The cake walk will be called Thurs day and several artist of State repu lotion will participate Corn crops along Cumberland river have been greatly damaged on account of the big freshet in the Cumberland Some citizens Burkesville will likely have to make temporary moves on account of the high water in Cumberland It will be the most amusing thing on the program and has been added the list since the catalogues were put out Mr Buck Rasner who is conducting grocery store in this place will move to Edmonton in a few days and cngiige in the hotel business Several teachers in Adair county will miss school this week and attend the The time lost from the schoolroom will be made up Nice line of Mens Fine Shoes made or us by Emersons Sons and Helmers Buttman C Co every pair guaran teed RUSSELL MuituELL Mr Sam Wolford has purchased from Ir S D Barbee a portion of the lot near thecommon sohoolhouse in East Columbia and will erect a cottage Thin town is sadly in need of more residence and it very evident that new streets will here to he opened sooner tho better for the growth of the city The rains of last week put the water courses in this section higher than they have been for several years Cumberland river was on a big high and many logs were floated down to NashvilleMr Self a native of Creelsboro Russell county has located at Glen ville and has opened a blacksmith shop He a firstclass workman and should re ceiva the patronage of the community Parties in Columbia or vicinity siring their pianos and organs tuned will please leave word with Mrs Rollin Hurt who will have me notified and the work will be done at once FRED M SCHEIDLEU The corn crop of Adair connty will not fall far short of an average yield The recent rains have brought out the late corn and if it will hold itself down not overshoot there will be an abundance to supply all demands In another colummn will be found an advertisement of Liberty College This is an old and prosper ils institution and bas one of the best faculties in the State Representatives from Adair county were in this college last year Fat cattle are perhaps scearcer in Adair county than they have been for years There is a good demand for butcher stuff and will be until hog illing time Real fat mutton could be readily disposed of if t was regularly placed upon the market All persons owing rile taxes for the years 1803 1800 and 1000 must call and pay at once if they want to save cost I must collect these back taxes The taxes for 1901 are now due Call upon me or my deputies and make payment J W HURT SHERIFF There will be preaching a the lowing places next Sunday T F Walton and Z T Williams this city W H C Sandidge Hopewell F C Shearer Hutchlnson schoolhouse G W Montgomery Roley W P Gordon MllltownT L Hulse Pleasant Ridge W B Cave Liberty Now is the time to place all orders for monuments and tombstones want ed between now and Christmas Delay no longer but call on us at our shop or write a card and we will call on you If you want work done this Fall let us have your order at once so wo cart gatt cub oy tHe time you want it Coakley L Sims Bros Marble Works Campbelkiville Ky Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to bo cured without medicine or the knife will please write to ProfJ S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pa- yNotice Taxpayers- I have the tax books for the year 1901 and am now ready to receive your taxe4 they must be collected at once and I ask you to come and settle I or one of ruy deputies will be In my office every day Come in and get your receiptT J Bell S0 C Crosiii Out Salt The stuck of goods at Glenvilc this county owned by CoiliosC Co will be closed out at cost There is a general line of general merchandise and in fine condition If you want bargains call at once as every thing must go at the earliest opportunity My reason for closing the business is that I have concluded to make my home in the West St C M MED is Bear BrandFertilizer To grow good wheat you must fer tlUze and when you buy fertilizer you should ow that you get the best for the mouey you pay 1 am prepared to take care of Your interest iu grade and price The Bear Brands are not sur passed in quality cor undersold in price Good grade wheat grower from 100 to 125 Art Hurt Columbia andI Cray Craft Oct 14 Dr Jackson will be at the Russell Springs Hotel Russell Springs Ky wring the Summer seasonJuly and August Persons desiring to try the new method of healing should avail themselves of the opportunity while on their summer vacation Good hotel accommQdasions can bo obtained at reasonable rates jOsTEorATIIIC SOMERSET KY Call or write for further information Russell Springs Hotel This splendid house of entertain ment is now open for health seekersI 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 sup plied with the very best and charges quite reasonable Write to the under signedJW M VAUOHAN If the members of the Municipal Board were to be caught away from their homes these dark nights say until 9 oclock we believe every one orI them would be in favor of street lights Some places are so rough upon the public walks that it is dangerous to be sate especially when the pedestrian can not see where to step The lights would not be expensive and the town is certainly sadly in need of them Twclvellghts would be sufficient They could be placed as follows One in front of each church building four up on the square one near the residence of T R Stults one near J O Russells property one on the pike below the rare yard and one near the residence of Dr C M Russell There was some commotion created at Bliss this county last Thursday when a mulatto made his appearance whose description tallied with that given of the darkey who murdered Po liceman R S Jones in Shelby N C on the 4th of this month The TownI Marshal of Columbia Mr Geo Coffey was notified and he anti Mr W B Patteson left immediately on an investigation tour When they reached Bliss the suspect had disappeared and he could not be found in the neighborhood Whether he was the North Carolina negro or not his actions at Bliss satisfied the peeple there that he was a man guilty of some crime There is never a year but there are more or less grumbling on account of the weather but the farmers of Adair county are even tempered and made but little complaint while the drouth was on They believe the Good Master will do every thing right and in the proper time and even it they had a contrary opinion they would not make any particular kick against His way of doing business Now that the rains have come bringing with them evi dences of boutiful crops they can plainly see that complaints would have been altogether unnecessary He who peopled the world will take care of his children Next Tuesday the Columbia Fair be gins Remember that the Louisville Automobile Company will give an hibition of speed on the track each day of the Fair Turner Bros 8 Ly on of Campbellsville dealers Jn Big gles Harness Farm Implements will give a special premium of 750 for a cakewalk You cant afford to stay at home while the Fair is in progress The cakewalk will be especially amus ing and should be witnessed by thousands The Automobile will be an un usual attraction and everybody should see it Hitch up and come a trotting People of Taylor county continue to resist the payment of their railroad tax but a citizen of Campbellsville in formed a representative of this paper a few days ago that in his opinion the whole trouble would be adjusted in a very short time He stated that the best element of Taylor county wanted the debt paid and an arrangement was now on foot tad when fully consum mated prrfpoHtion would be made iheboSd holders that he felt sure they Would wept Nice stock of Mens Negligee Shirts Collars Ties Socks Underwear etc at RUSSELL d MURRELLS If you want to invest some money in the Columbia Oil Co call on or write Wm F Jeffries or any member of tne company in this town Our MidSummer Clearance Sale still continues All summer goods go re gardle of cost RUSSELL MURUELL Mr W S Sutherland and wife transferred to Mr E E Murreil a few days the farm containing azro and known as the Tom J ilIiY for i1000 The Burkesville Herald says that Will Ledbettrr and his brotherinlaw were arrested in Adair county charg ed with mooushlning and shooting at Marshals Their crimes were commit ted in Tennessee and authorities from that State made the arrests The Prohibitionists of Adair have announced that they will nominate a County ticket the first Monday In Sep tember We do not know how many voters of that party reside In the coun ty but the ticket should on be nom inated will not IIHUlIITC than frty Adair County News office will be kept open each morning during the Fair until 10 oclock and will be open in the afternoons after the exhibition closes If you have any business with us call at the hours named or see a representayive of the paper at the Fairgrounds Remember that the Columbia Fair begins next Tuesday the 20th and will continue tour days Remember that an automobile will be exhibited each day of the Fair and that it will be run at it highest rate of speed on the track come meet your friends and en oy life The management of the Russell Springs Fair is ready to announce that the grounds track buildings etc are being put in good condition and by the 3rd of September it will be the most inviting place in Russell county A splendid band will furnish the music The premium list is liberal and many horses are expected During the Fair in all probability there will be a number of walking sa loons in attendancemen who are here for the purpose of selling whisky strangers It would be a good time for a United States Marshal to drop in conceal his identity and in our judgment he would have no trouble in doing business The widow of the late Abner Mitchell who removed with her children to Texas from this county several years ago and thence to Oklahoma died in the Territory recently She had some property when she left Adair county but upon reaching Texas slit Invested- In lands tbat she bad to surrender her title not being good The weather was very unfavorable for the Liberty Fair and we doubt if the Association made a success of it financially It rained almost constant ly during the three days preventing a great many people from attending There was a great deal of stock on ex hibition but it could not be shown to an advantage the track and ring be ing very muddy In a few weeks cotton mules wIll be in demand Buyers generally com mence in the early Fall to gather this class of stock for the Southern mark ets The smoother the mule the better price it will bring Looking for ward for fancy prices our farmers should get their stock in good shape if they want to realize full value The match game of baseball between Hustonville and Russell Springs play ed at the Liberty Fair was interest- Ing and exciting from start to finish and perhaps the closest game ever played in the Green river section of the State The score stood 5 to 3 in favor of Hussouville Dr R Y Hind man and Mr Leslie Allen this county assisted the Russell Springs boys Cumberland rive pearls arc articles of value A few days ago Mr J H Irvine of Creelsboro sold a very hand some one for 81000 It wplghed forty seven grains Pearl hunting Is quite an occupation when the river is low and a great many valuable ones have been found Usually the ones picked up sell at prices ranging from 25 to 8100 The Columbia Hop Club will give one of their enjoyable entertainments this Wednesday evening at their hall in this city A number of invitations have been sent out and the Attend ance will be much larger than usual Only the best yonng people of the community and their visiting friends will take part in the exercises Sev era married couples of thecommunity will lend their presence and a most enjoyable occasion is anticipated Th Mt Vernon Band will furnish th music Master Edgar Reed not only has a eye to business but when he makes a friend he sees that he does not want for the good things of this world To matoes are scarce in this place and Edgars father having a seat away up in thesynagogue some very tine ones have been permitted to grow in his garden Edgar knowing that a representative of this paper was his friend stood by him when nickles were scarce caused a halfdozen of the best ones to be plucked and sent In Edgar her e is hoping that you may live to wear long pants store suspenders and miss the Abut waist Take well Murrays Surreys for the Fair Grounds It rain d herelast week almost constantly fur fifty hours and what is re markable below us not forty miles from Columbia the dust is scarcely laid On Cumberland river the rains were very heavy swelling the stream to a fifty foot rise It is said that the river bottom corn will be damaged but little as the water did not reach the ear Rev J irnttt of Glasgow fa v red the Lurchgoing people of Co lombia with another eloquent sermon last Tuesday night Mr Burnett is a pulpit orattr usini cornet English which make his THI specially tcrestlnsr His articuiiuuu is dibiinct and hislanguagchciiutTii sisnpv ani impressive He Is of that charaatur speakers that intelligent people desire to confront and they Invariably fel better after hearing the like Dr J R Barg of Cincinnati is at the Hancock Hotel andhe will remain till the last of the neck Dr Bar was here the last of May and fitted sixty eight pairs of glasses to the citi Zeus of Columbia anl vicinityand all have given the best of atNfaition This will hen goud time tOr ee the lor and have your exes examined as he will not come back to this pal t of the country for several mouths Dr Barg can give the very bet references both from home and here You are cordial ly invited to come and see the Doctor if your eyes trouble you in any wayand bring your children If they complain of headache and dizziness Con sultatlon and examination free Prices for glasses very reasonable GRADYTILLK Big creek was past fording one day last week Our people are complaining of too much rain- Prospects for a corn crop is much better than it was a few days ago Anyone wanting firstclass seed wheat can be accommodated by W L a large growing crop of tobacco in this section but it is of good quali tyStrong Hill has commenced work on his new store house N H Moss will erect a handsome dwelling in our town during the Fall Sexton the wellknown shoe maker is located with us and is pre pared to do all kinds of work L M Wilmore has a beautiful crop of plums and has already sold twenty gallons at ten cents per gallon and the crop is not exhausted W W Yates spent a day or two at GrcSnsburg the first of last week Mrs Kizzie Murrell of Columbia and Mrs J L Darnell of Frankfort passed through our place last week en route for Red Lick LS Smith returned from Cumber laud county last week where he spent several days looking for mules W L Grady informs us that he is ready to take in the Columbia Fair that his stock is in tine shape for the Is assisting in a series of meetings near Edmonton this week I had a letter from my old friend Martin Roach Moody Texas a few days ago He informed me that he was enjoying good health and that he liked the country His spare time he put in talking Republicanism to Dem ocrats H A Walker bought four mules of Waller Caldwells heirs for 8335 J A Diddle bought three head of cattle from Sam Myers for 859 J D Walker our tobacco man nas been prizing some extra fine burley this week which he will put on the market in a few days Mr Weaver one of Cumberland countys uptodate stock men has been in our midst several days Uncle Lewis Moore and wife are spending a few days with their relatives in this plat a A little son of Geo D Vance is eon fined to his bed with fever Rev Eli Wesley and wife are at tending the District Conference in session at Mfddlesburg Jacob Nelson of Gresham was here a few days ago en route for Sparks vllle where he will receive a big lotof staves for A K Workman Messrs F M Frazer and John Cook of Monroe two uptodate commercial men were shaking hands with our merchants last week Mr T A Murrell Republican can didate for Connty Judge was in our midst last week leasing land for oil The sale at Samuel Myers on the 13th was largely attended Everything sold brought good prices Petereon Sexton daughter of Guinn Sexton to tiednsuccess at tend the young couple Smith R Nell bought seven mules in1 Cumberland county last week at a cost 135 per head Also bought of N R Roach Breeding twohead at 250 and one from Riley Keltner at 860 They have 25 sugar mules 10 cotton mules and a lot of cattle for sale J A Wheeler and wire Sam Myers and family and Frank Wheeler and1 family last week for Texas for the purpose of making thatState their fu ture home W6 are Berry to My we have kwbtant ol our bset pwple f LIBERTY COLLEGE GLASGOW EY TwentySeventh Session Begins Sept 51901 Faculty of Un competent instructors Literary Music DepartmentEquippedsaloons location beautiful and healthful Temp reasonable F r catalogue and particulars apply to J H BUn ETT A M President GEO J BURNETT A Vice President Columbia I 171z1School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 01856 0SESSION OF 1901 1902 dUJfch YEAR OPENS SEP 23 1901 0New Faculty New EquipimM Now ard wmplete euure of study preparing for teaching or college Nnrrirt methods of instruction improved building PRINCIPALS CHAIR ENDOWED For catalogue terms or other Information address PROF M B W GRA NGER Columbia Ky HARRY PBYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER- MANUFACTURERSANDDEALERS HARRY B PTNB CO IN Secondhand and New OE ALL Office and W orks Tel 615 Louisvillea m lvV Harness and IachineryL0 Remember Handmade that I of mbo suited in my exactly what you warranted for 12 robes whips etcJ Columbia Kentucky Three full blood Berkshire boar for sale Sire Sovereign Ilealiight Dam Brook Adair Both registered hogs the finest pair of hogs in the county See Trabue Wickliile Colum bia Ivy Ode Paull and a negro got into a dUIicultyat the Liberty Fair The negro fired at Paull with a pistol the ball striking Miss Brown a white lady in the Leek It is said she will die The negro is in jail No candidate who was before the Democrats of this county for a nomi- natIOn takes his defeat more cheerful ly than Mr John M Campbell who sought the office of County Court Clerk He was defeated fairly and he has no stones to throw at his successful opponent but upon the other hand will do all in his power to elect him In November This same t pervades in the minds of all the feated aspirants and every man who was before the party will work for the success of the ticket Mr W H Bynierson of Danville son of Mr John Bynicrson and Miss Florence Davidson of Powell Casey county eloped to Jeflersonville and were married last Tuesday Mrs By nicrson the mother of the young husband was Miss Millie Baker a nativ of Columbia and a sister of Miss Sue Baker The couple first applied for license at New Albany but the clerk believing that they were under age fused to issue them We take it that the couple returned to Danville soon after the ceremony and received the forgiveness of their parents Resolutions of Respect WIIKUEAS God in His infinite wis dom and mercy has removed from our midst ourbeloved Sundayschool schol ar Myrtle Triplett therefore belt Resolved That we beat in humble submission the will of Him who doeth all things well and as a Sundayschool endeavor tOemulate her beautiful and gentle spirit That we tender to the grief family brothers and sisters our dee est sympathy in their sore bereave ment That a copy of these be placed On the SundaySchool record also one given to the parentsV A Murrell Kizzie W Murrel- lJ W Coy J R Hindman J W Atkins GORDON MONTGOMERY atllaef4t aItIW a COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty TOfflce up stairs over PaulTi dru- Stole 1 TO NEW YORK WAnd Return July 1st to Oct 20th 1901 V- IABloFoor Tickets will be good for return trip ten days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route and return via another All tickets reading via Big Four Route to Cleveland and L S k M S Ry between Cleveland and Buffalo in either direction will be accepted for passage on the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Companys Steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo Stop overs will be allowed at Buffalo in either direction by depositing tick et with the joint Agent immediately on arrival and payment of 100 at time of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton on return trip only for Cbautauqua Lake on notice to conductors and de posit ot ticket with Depot Ticket arrivaleAuthorized stopovers will be allow ed at Niagara Falls Washington Bal amore and Philadelphia on tickets reading via those points For full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned W J LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt W P DEPPE Assistant CINCINNATI O SJ GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Ramspwater from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Hotel Yours truly NWOOD BeUNERCOWUOLHSALK PRODUCE DEALERS r We charge ao coaimtestoa on Batter Peal tryaad Egg Alan guarantee bi lies market prieea v tgUNlOOIq l j Triennial Conclave ThTheeighth Triennial Conclave of Knig Its Templar to be held in Louisville lastweek of thlsmonthwasannouu ced Thursday morning by the Execu- o f Committee which has had over 81 000 to draw on to make the features entertainment attractive The week will open Sunday Au 25 with public worship at the Broadway Methodist church conducted homWashington prodMondayat the depots and escorting to quarters all arriving commanderIes Thethiscort committee is made up of al wart Kentuckians Monday night will witness the in augural or festivities in the formal of the andGrandtheytheThis is a function that will be repeated each afternoon and night during the conclave 400 wellknown Ken tucky matrons and their daughters serving on the reception committee at each one- Tuesday morning the big parade will take place At night there will be a reception at the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home the pioneer institu tion of the kind in America an enter talnmenf at Confederate Hill entitled Darkest America showing the song and dance side of the Southern darkeyI under the personal direction of Col Will S Hays the noted song writer fireworks and the first of a series of excursions np the Ohio river The competitive drill the first si the San Francisco conclave in 1883 is scheduled for Wednesday at Churchill Downs where the Kentucky Derby run every spring The five trophies costing over 87000 were put on Ifs play by local jewelers this mornlngt Commanderies from San Francisco Denser Chicago Cincinnati ParkersI burg W Va Pittfiburg and Washing ton are entered in the drill Foura United States Army officers will act judgesTheOn Thursday night the grand ball will be given at the Horse Show build Mrs J C W learFrankfortn be one of the matrons of honor Friday will be devoted to side trips through Kentucky to the Blue Grass b region and Mammoth Cave Engagement Announcedu A Washington to the Inter ceOceanMrs Mary E Blackburn for sev years a clerk in the Quartermaster Generals office of the War Dep artTherent has resigned her position inMictier to become the bride of Blaukburn United States Sena f om Kentucky She is now at C NJ whiilndcolutulThe date of the wedding Is not an nounced but it is expected to take place some time before the assembling of Congress next December Mrs Blackburn is the widow of the so ItJateIttinsburgthe Kentucky Senator Judge Blackburn was the law p ner of Ward H Lammon who was sociated with President Lincoln a law partner Mrs Blackburn was born in Baltimore but has resided in Wash ington most of her life Her husband died about four years ago b t Was Blind 32 Years After being totally blind for a nerwJ riod of thirtytwo years Wash Stults by of Fairfax Ohio has suddenly recov ered his eyesight Mr StuDs is years old and when 30 fears of age lost his sight Since that time until now he was unable to see and could barely distinguish day from night ExP eye specialists worked hard to restore the his sight but each time they failed He was seated at his home the other life day when suddenly everything before him became visible At first he cc uldThe not believe that he could really sec nod thought perhaps it wasan muslonrnJ He waited patiently for some time and gazed in wonder at the prett Yof lowers at the street cars whirling past the door and at the happy c b lidand ren romping about on the Jan DcA however could not recognize his fami once ly by sight until he heard them s peakcit After waiting a long time he finally broke the good news to his family and will there is great rejoicing in his hom What a Tale It Tells win If that mirror of yours shows a geidicedon the skin Its liver trouble but thelinew rosy cheeks rich complexion Only 25c at T E Paulljs drugstore 1Ja ri rlL27 orn t itr 4 ksf No ProfcjctloB for Trusts e Washington Post an independ ent paper with Republican procllvl clhea Lion of the situation It says Inre combinesleThe aim now is to reach the trusts and no more effective way suggestsItself than by depriving them protection This protection gusts them complete control of the consequentbyf at e at the same time It leaves in a position to sell their snip us uct at reduced profits in torch thus figuratively killing two birds with one stone In all of the American consumers who a outside the pale of trust protection are the ones upon whom the burden of the Injustice chiefly falls These con peepthele they choose to apply a remedy have it In their power to do so Another increase occurred in the American visible supply of wheat last week as was assured by the heavy In terio movement The gain of 111slee000 bushels raised the total above thirty million Rumors of frosts in the Northwest was not taken seriously but he market steadily advanced on the Llrgl demand from domestic mil lean mid the vigor u exportation Losses abroad have undoubtedly been considerable and this country will be called upon for heavlenhlpmcnt a n any previous year the July move meat being at about the rate of 250 000000 for twelve monthsDuns Re view Under the new congressional app acetionmcnt West Virginia a closely contested state will have three republican members Washington and Cat isiforata are two states which have not reached an agreement upon reappor tionment Each state gets one ad al representative and in the campaign of 1002 they will be elected large The number of males of voting o in Kentucky is given at 548 nevasre are 74 790 negro voters Their Secret Is Out All Sadleville Ky was curious n the learn of the vast lmpra in the health of Mrs S P Whit taker who had for a long time end ur eelandmDrbusbandIIt completely cured lier also DCterofcough It positively cures coughs lagrip bronchitis all throat and froeraPaulls drug store late exGov Pingree of PrintCTapea ch are said to contain 45000 mns of newspaper print To Save Her Child From frightful disfigurement M Nannie Gallager of Lagrange Ga piled Bucklenb Arnica Salve to gr aritsworks wonders in sores bruises s tc25cFreanesas issA lame shoulder is usually caused by rheumatism of the muscles and may cured by a few applications of Chamberlains Pain Balm A little girl named Beatrice was only 8 years old traveled herself from Dallas Texas to New York James B Bolin of Owsley county the oldest convict in the peni tentiary at Frankfort in point of byertState Prison Commissioners lifter serving seventeen years of a sentence for murder Southern Methodist of Bowling Green have begun to ke arrangements for the entertainment of the annual conference the Louisville district which meets in that city Ssmpteraber 25 will remain in session a week committee will be appointed at to solicit homes among the zens for the delegates while there It is expected that there be about ADO ministers andeBishop Hargrove of Nashville preside At this conference delegates will be elected to the eral conference whioh meets at asrex The sessions o the largethein which a 2500 pipe organ is now being placed lI 1i F vr Mrs Elizabeth Crowd aged 94 years was baptized at the Niche lasville Christian church last week It Saved His Baby My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea we were unable to cure him with the doctors assistance and as a result we tried Chamberlains yColicCholeraandDlarrboeaRemedsets lyI am happy to say It gave fmmedfa relief and a complete cure For by M Cravens Arnegna was ly stabbed by Shenbo Baily reLife Worth Living Sleeplesness debility nervousness and palpitation of the heart are diseases they are symptoms indicating that the various vital organs are nob working In harmony Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial restores order and rids the body of all waste products thatclog the system It insures sound digestion sound nerves ana sound p Ask your druggist A boiler at the saw mill of J 0ofBenton in Morgan county ex ploded killing John Wells and Win Burgess Ladles If you want a a beautiful complex ab righteye a good appetite an active liver bowels regular as clockwork and vigorous healthy body use Mc leys Liver and Kidney Cordial t great system Renovator It cures all subjeoret nervous prostration etc Sold by agent in every town Tom Cassell and John Perry of Morgan county drunk cinnamon ofd cannot live atIhave been in the drug bnstn for twenty years and have sold most of the proprietary medicines of anyI note Among the entire list I er found anything to equal Chat berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for all stomach and bowel Wakefiildto of curveeel two severe cases of cholera morbus in myfamiiy and I have recommended sold hundreds of bottles of it to customers to their entire satlsfac It affords a quick and sure cure in a pleasant form No family should without it I keep it in my housa all times For sale by M Cravens While trying to rescue a child m a mad dog at Waco Madison county John Portwood a farmer was terribly bitten 52ngelfEditor S A Brown of Bennetsville surprisedkssia he writes my wife was greatly run down She had no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric andregrandcatsplendid for torpid liver For in andkinguaran cure 50c at T E PaullsI A ministers Good Work I had a severe attack of bilious colic got a blttle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy took two doses and was entirely cured says Rev A A Power of Emporia Kan My neighbor across the street was sick for over a week had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor He used them for three or four days without relief then called forlegave no so discharged him I went over to see tthim the next morning He said his bowels were in a terrible fiuxthatthey had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux I asked him if he had tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he broochnott my gave him one dose told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutss if he did not find relief hIlt he took no more and was entirely cured I think It the best medicine that I have ever tried For sale by 3F Cravens Mrs Farmer of Lincoln coun ty died last week as the result of a bite ofa rabid dog received three weeks ago If you have a baby in the house will wish to know the best way check any unusual looseness of the tosmall children 0 P M llolladay of Deming Ind who has an eleven thhellld July oar baby was teething and tok a running off of the bowels and sickness of the stomachs his bowels would move from five to eiKbttfnusa day Iliad a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful water and be got better at once for sale dy M Cravens essGreat activity is reported among Kentucky moonshiners William Myers of Bath county Ky was killed by a train ut Pan ther W Va BRUNERCOWHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVIHDE KENTUCKY Nwly Furnished American PI infLOo Per Day 9ic loafers 3otcf MEALS 3W Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER n2r IgetCAVEATSend model 1CortetASNOWCOIPatent Lawyers WASHINGTON DC Watehour next LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 500 5 25 LIghtshipping 4 755 00 Best butchers 4 154 50 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 noos Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 5 85 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bs 6 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 5 80 SHEEP AND LANDS Good to extra shipping 5 Sheep 3 353 75 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium 2 002 50 GORDON MONTGOMERY ttQn 1Jtm n tlw COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair aud adjoining counties Collections specialty torOtilee up stairs over Paulls drug 1i Y EWH lThe greatest ambition of Amer havehomeswoman afflicted with female dis withbecomingmedicine can restore dead or gans but Wine of Carrie does preventwonkfunctions homesbarrenWino of Cardui gives women the healthyCarduifrom IWINE Of CAR DUllMarket Street 1901w1beenmarried Wineofbaby which w oplI arch IfeelNow my home Is happy an4I never boulegainFor ntaatore Chauangyoo VOU2panyTenn 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