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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ix THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13 1901 NUMBER 53 POSTOFFICE DIRECTOR J Russell Postmaste- roDcehouraweekdays700am 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY r-OUtOUITCOUIITlhreo sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W WJones Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt ClerkJno Coffey =First Monday In each month Judge JW Butler County AttorneyJas as rnett Jr Clerk TB Stalls Jailer S H Mitchell Assessor Bradshaw Surveyor R T McCaffrce School SuptW Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher Jrrv CuuaTltcgularcourt second Monday in ach month ldqoJ W Atkins t orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STBMT Rev T P Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool aU a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night ld TjRev W P Gordon pastor Service first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST SIBBET Eov W B pastor Services third Sunday in each month andayscbol every Sabbath at s m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Pirn Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES r MASONIC No F and A MRegu ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before tho full moon in each month WM T R secy R No7 meetsI rat Monday night in each month Ja P W W SecretaryI PARSON MOSS CO COrjtfBU KEirUOKYI We are prepared to do t 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 country produce iftake value Give near Columbia Mill Co Poops Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Veil Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies 001THE325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky BRUNERCOWHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Batter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write tome at Columbia for estimates or call and so me at tho Murcuin Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD GORDON MONTGOMERY =1iinT 11 dBqLt11t r WtiJ tJL 64ilU1 1r Ct rJ rrotYtl s ra CTnlMrsa nvo to toko 1rQr1ctsA slcktIlV t tii h 1 tu 4F r 4 f BREEDING TROUBLE President Roosevelts announced policy of appointing no candidates toI Federal office who are strongly oppos ed within their own party is undoubtr edly based ona determination to bring about party harmony In State organizations that have hitherto been prone to factional differences The President believes the Washington news intimated some time ago that the Republican organization In each State should be sufficiently har monious to unite upon candidates for Federal appointments Such candi dates should be recommended to him through the regular party channels and when appointed there should be no consequent uproar of discontent within the party ranks Unity and discipline must prevail to this extent if a State organization as to CJlnmend itself to the National Chief Execu tiveIn all likelibood this policy of the President is what accounts fur the signs now in evidence that the State chairman of the Republican organiza thin In Missouri is to find more favor President Roosevelts eyes as the channel through which recommenda tions for Federal appointments may most fitly come tliau the National Committeemen from Missouri or oth ers not so closely in touch with the party organization The State chair man belnp also in alliance with the Missouri member of the Cabinet whatever recommendations he may make will be more strongly commended to the President than would other wise be possible This will look like party harmony the President will doubtless reason But if Mr Roosevelt believes that the Kerens faction of the Missouri outfit will quietly submit to the dominance of the Akins faction be is grievously mistaken If Appraiser of Customs Smith and Collector of In ternal Revenue Grenner are supplant by Akins men theres going to be such trouble in Missouri as can be raised by the hungriest gang of spoils men in the whole Union The Presi dent should prepare for an antlInsur gent campaign of the liveliest scription His new policy lays the foundation for the bitterest tight of the Missouri outfits history St Louis Republic Sound au I Strong Yesterdays election give no encour agement to either the reorganizes or the disorganizes in the Democratic partyIn two States where there wasj the most to gain or loseMaryland andr Kentucky the D mocratic1 arty came to its own A United States Senator has been gained in each of these border StatessTammanys defeat in New York City is not a party defeat It is the conse quence of reckless and autocratic ma chipe rule St Louis Democrat for example who overthrew a Republican machine last spring with the help of the independent vote felt only gratifi cation that New York citizens without regard to party ae capable of admin istering a blistering rebuke to insolent spoilsmen who have used office for personal advantage- In Massachusetts Iowa and Ohio the Republican victories were expected as was the Democratic success in Virginia Nebraska is the greatest Democratic disappointment It seems that we must learn there as we have learne- in Kansas and the Dakotas that the Populists Republicans are Republicans s still with whom alliance offers no wards In practical politics Democracy Is fully holding its own I twill be full of vigor and aggiession before 1904 It needs no new panaceas The organization is sound and the loy alty of voters to the old creed is dew onstrated St Louis Republic Mrs Julia WagstaflV of Cheyenne Wyoming committed suicide by tak injr poison Her baby nursed after the Brut was taken and also died H Eulrijre a wealthy sewing iiw manufacturer of Belvldere Ill tijS paul 1750 for a carnation It nlmosculored blooded with crhnI if ft Etry available Infantryman in ill Erllan ls to he rushed to South tirjfii But a single regiment of cav jfiry remains at home IWjU temporarily Insane John O IPO Bourbon county farmer mor 4ulr wound ad his two yoarold son and then comrnlttedsulcide WnrningCircnlar Circulars signed by J M Matthews president and Dr J N McCor mack as secretary of the State Board of Health have been issued on the subject of Prevention of Diphtheria It is addressed to health officials phy sicians and people of Kentucky and reads as follows The unusual prevalence of diphthe ria in many sections of the State makes it the duty of this board to again call attention to the best known methods of preventing the occurence and spread of thIs disease Diphtheriais both contagious and infectious and is distinctly a prevent able disease being easily limited to the first case or cases When it gets away from the primary cases andmakes- Its escape upon the community somebody Is to blame The sooner we accept this as a sanitary maxim the sooner we shall begin to do our duties as individuals and communities- On account of its frequency and fatality this disease is of far more Importance to the people of Kentucky than smallpox yellow fever or cholera When a child has sore throat and especially if diphtheria is In the neighborhood it should be immediately separated from other children until a competent physician has seen and decided whether or not it is affected with a contagious disease- sIf diphtheria strictly isolate the case at once in an upstairs room if possible and as disconnected as practicable from the living and sleeping apartments of other children No one except the physician and nurses should enter the room and they should take every precaution not to carry the fection to others Placard the house and keep all other children all having the care of chil dren and all who go where children are away from It Notify the health officer of the town or county within twentyfour hours as the lawrequires and he will cooperate with the physi cian and family to keep the disease from spreading The discharges from the mouth and nose should be received on stiff cloths and burned and other discharges should be disinfected and all refuse from the sick room burned All uten sits used in feeding the sick should tie washed separately from other dishes and should remain some time in boil- Ing water Disinfect all bed and body clothing and other like things as soon as moved by Imtnerson for at least six hours in a solution of chloride of lime ounces to the gallon of water may then be wrung out and put the wash Remember however that no disinfectant in the occupied sick room can do swap with the neces ity for abundant fresh air and sun isolation of the patient should continue for ten diys after all trace of the disease has disappeared and until he has bad u disinfecting bath and been clad in garments which have not been in the sick room No perso from a house where there is diphthe ria should be permitted to go into pu lic assemblies and no child from a house where the disease has prevailed should be allowed to attend school without a certificate from the health officer that it is safe to do so After complete recovery or death al ways thoroughly disinfect the room and its contents preferably with nas Iidnor available by burning three pounds of sulphur moistened with alcohol for each 1000 cubic feet of space pre vlously stopping all openings and dam pening the floor bedding and clothing and leaving the room tightly closed to twelve hours The room should then be thoroughly ventilated and all ledg eSt woodwork etc washed with strong soap and rinsed with a disinfecting so lutionIn of death the body should be wrapped Ina sheet satiated in a dis infecting solution aud burled vithoa public service In Riving notice of death newspapers should state thatl- t t was from diphtheria and thatchildren and those having the care of children should not attend the funeral The board urges the use of antitoxin lu every cats as otJas thcdfseasels recognized and recommends thatd munizing injections be used for all children who hate bftrn seriously x posed M Presldtat KeoseTfclt ns been iavl ted to attend tile Cturlestoa Exji 0t- tion J bruaryr12 AbrkbaRi Llrto0l birthdayn C ft Roosevelts Lunch Talking with one of his most inti mate friends the other day at the White House President said The Booker Washington lunch was just this way Washington had called at my request to talk over some matter of interest to each of us I was busy that day and kept him waiting for some little time We had no more than started in our talk when luncheon was announced I at first paid no attention to the call and kept up the talk Finally it flashed through my mind to invite Washington to lunch with me which I did and he accepted The invitation was not premedlaated a moment upon my part It was given on the spur ot the moment justified by the circumstances of the occasion I am surprIsed- at the fuss made about It but I would do the same thing over to day under the same circumstance- sIt is said here that Booker Washington not only lunched with the President but returned the same ening and dined at the White House and there were plates for tenNew York Correspondence Courier Journal Mr Sapp Will Retire The result of the election In this district yesterday gave Mr Charles E Sapp Collector of Internal Revenue evere headache He has It today Last night after the returns bad shown that Mr Grainger and the Democratic ticket had swept the county and city Mr Sapp boarded a streetcar to go home To a gentleman on board the car the Collector again reiterated his determination to quit politics He was sick of the game and would tender his resignation within fortyeight hours Louisville Post 1 For Sale My farm containing 87 acres on Sul phur fork creek four miles from Neats burg and about three miles from Eunice Adair county Kentucky known as the Levi Jones farm This farm has 40 acres in cultivation and the remainder in timber well watered and buildings all new only onefourth mile from schoolhouse and halts mile from the main Columbia and Stanford road This farm can be bought cheap and on easy terms by calling on W F Neatat Columbia Ky S C NEAT Ruleville Mississippi Cures Blood Poison and Cancer Eating sores swellings falling hair mucous patches ulcers scrofula ach tog bones and joints itching skin boils pimples etc by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B made especially to cure malignant blood and skin troubles B B B heals every sore and makes the blood pure and rich Over 3000 cures of worst and most ob stinate cases by taking B B B Drug gists 81 00 Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing Blood Balm COJ Atlanta G- aSawMill for Sale One 20 horse power Can be seen running in Green county This is n new millwill sell cheap For particu Lambenr Co Greensburp Ky lrGov Durbin of Indiana has refus cd to honor the requisition for Taylor and Flnl fy in a letter to Gov Back ham which tamps him as an assassin at hart and a perjured scoundrel He assumes to be judge in the case against the fugitives for the assassination of Goebel and cans the entire prosecution a persecution He says that Governor Mounts reasons obtain reinforced by subsequent events that juries are ganized for conviction and that the record of previous trials shows that convictions were made upon a mass of selfevident perjury He attacks- r Judge Cantrill and the trial court in the most vindicative manner accuses him of exploiting his senatorial wind dacy and finally tells Gov Becklia that he will honor no requisition from him until there is provldid a impartial judge and a nonpartisan tjury The whole letter Is a base libel on Kentucky and on Judge Cantrill es pecially and the latter ought either to sue the perjured creature who sent it or demand personal satisfaction There Jst limit to forbearance and Durbin has placed himself beyond more decent consideration than a gmDemocrat v Fifiytbreeof the 1000 Indlaus bn tw WJnuelago reservation in Netvrak kaara head of smallpox and tile ills t ease IhrMtesg the destruction of ttt dribs owl8g to tile lackofVmedical ate UUtlOD g = r Auditor Coulter and insurance Commissioner Chenault have found that a number of mutual in surance companies have been do ing business in the Stae for several years without paying the license tax assessed by the State The of ficials hold that the policyholders or members are also liable for tho failure of the concerns to pay the amounts due and snits may be in stituted if the amounts are not paid The little scheme of Boss Sapp and Postmaster Baker at Louisville failed to work It was only a project to defraud thousands of Democrats out of their votes Not standing this attempt at robbery these same men will cry out Go belism and we are fighting for a fair count Fort SALE RENTI desire to sell or rent my home place located on Greensburg road and in the suburbs of Columbia It contains 26 acres 15 in cultivation a good dwelling splendid young orchard an excellent well of water water handy for stock and all necessary outbuildings It is a very desirable home Triplett Columbia Ky ebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper- Ienced workmen and icing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro REED MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky Wilmore Hotel I W M WILMORE Prop Qradyville Kentucky Is no better place to stop THERE at the abovcd named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached Nwly Furnished American PI mJlOfl Per nay TUC oafcr3Cotef MEALS 25c 523 VI Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLERJnr Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop t eSTThe above Hotel his been re fitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at attached YETINERY SURGEON ylstulo PollevllSpUnts Spavin or any sur IGUARANTEEmSATISFACTION I am fixed to take care ol nstock SD CBENSIIAW mflertaaaatli 1issp 1ttT THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE I DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots anti Shoes It Nt1i it RiRnfi Perfect dttlng 51nicrn Sluuj4 316 F tttYth 1vn J ti LaOUISuI L1i1t t Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled workmen Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this and adjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed Columbia 1VIt High School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 01856 0SESSION OF 1901 1902 46th YEAR OPENS SEP 23 1901 0New Faculty New Equipment New and complete course of study preparing for teaching jor college Normal methods of Instruction Improved building PniKcirAis CHAIR ENDOWED For catalogue terms or other information address PROF M B W GRANGER Columbia lY Harness and Saddles1tRemember that I keep a good stock of good stuck of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant be suited in my ready made lino I am prepared to make exactly what you want sell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I havo a nico lion of buggy robes whips etcJ W JTSCKTVtMN Columbia Kentucky LIBERTY COLLEGEG- LASGOW KY TwentySeventh Session Begins Sept 5 1901 Faculty of ten competent Instructors Literary Music Art Elocution Business and Normal Dcjartment Equipped till firstclass teachr Glasgow free from saloons location beautiful mud healthful Temrs reasonable For catalogues and particulars apply to J BUENETT A M President GEO J BURNETT A M Vice President FurnitUF6I furnitUF61 5J4tc t fife keep in stock Bedsteads from 250 up Wardrobes Tables Safes Kitchen Cab inets and some Elegant Suits of Furniture Dressed Lumber and Moulding All ornamental wood work used in build ing aOur prices are at the bottom Come und examine our goods 16Olllfflbiilllrffltllr6JIiilh1HliJNtilI6O USSEULt SPRINGS HOTELk KIA1BLE KY ceo Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious build ing as the picture In dtcates and Is run first class In every particular i VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop THEAMMAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated OCiAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 2e63QJO- A Hall correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY kQObDrTW t15 FIRST CLASS- AQIMTi f Kf lr1h Y TllF11AI1 COUNTY HEWSI Published Every Wednesday BY TIlE idairSountyNewsSo INCORPORATED HAS 8 HARRIS Editor Detmcrattc newspaper deroted to thelntcr ests of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Unt red at the Columbia Poitofflco as second class mill matter SUl1SCR1PT N RATE ONRYEVn I100 aoosrxADVANCEWEDNESDAY 13 It was a floating time last week wo heard We met our Waterloo but St Helena is out of sight Li Hung Cluing who was the most noted man in China is dead risk the candidates if they be hove that the world is growing morally better To the victors belong the spoils of tho enemy but this is not true they belong to the floaters The man who prates about his Democracy and then votes the Re publican ticket night to be in the middle of Pennsylvani Ohas B Thompson Supreme Finance Keeper of the Supreme Tent of tho Maccabees has skip ped with 57000 of the orders money There is one thing very noticea blemen who claim to be Demo crats and vote the Republican ticket are seldom seen consulting with Democrats Cole Younger has been honored some more He has been offered the position of Captain in the po lice force at Minneapolis but declined preferring to be a grocery clerk The statue of Thomas Jefferson was unveiled in front of the court house Louisville last Saturday ExGov W 0 Bradley delivered the oration to an audience of five thousand people We are informed that voting continued in Little Cake for two hours after the polls should have been closed This is a gross violation of law and the vote of that precinct is not legal Mr Sam Stone who was the State Auditor under Bradley is being pushed for Collector of the Fifth District in case Sapp is re moved and it looks very much like he will have to walk the plank Hon JohnjS Rhea has decided to give up the contest for a Con gressional seat from the Third dis trict Rhea did uoc send a coun ter grief to Moss his opponent and that disqualified his defense by default Notwithstanding Adair County al was lost to the Democrats they are more than satisfied with the result iu the State An old time majority of thirty thousand was scored an evidence that there will be no more Republican rule in the old Commonwealthb The Democratic victory in this State last week was a great one and clearly shows that the partyb is united that tho State is J cratic and if good judgment pre vails with our future candidates she will remain a lively member- of the Solid South 1Yo have talked to several of the candidates men who have in heat of ed contests in years gone by and without an exception they all say that the crop of floaters had never been equaled in this county The in day before the election being county court brought a large i crowd to town and the candidates was the demand There is not a doubt in our mind b u tthedl secret ballot is a farcea premium on bribery and corruption It- t affords the opportunity for the ilow degraded element to rob the r candidate ofboth parties it is a and 4 rclbakfor bribe takers an indice went to 8ike floaters Ill THE OFFICIAL COUNT Medium Shows us in lead W e have just put on our ta bles 125 overcoats bought at sale They embrace all the newest cloths and cuts We are sell ing them 20 cent lower than city retail houses Boys Children A big lot of Mens Boys and Childrens Suits bought the fame way selling the same wayof the famous Sterling and Criterion makes No Tailor Made garments can exoal them and at half the price Our Shoo Department Is Full up look at tho Ladies Goods 7 Sole Low Heel the Manufactures closing out per Men and Fashions FavoriteSEE THIS Enact of this SEE cannot find any where else this side of Louisville For style and service the Queen Quality is one of our trade winners If you any further evidence to convince you we the goodsthe people wantjust and see how bussy we from morning We are putting up this a big stock of had better them early before the Good Things CRIME REBUKED Leader Rep The very poor showing made yesterday by the Republicans of Louisville and Kentucky gener may fairly be ascribed to the of lawlessness and South American political methods which has clung to the party ever the murder of Goebel crime itself might not serious effects if had een less evident disposition on the part of certain Kentucky Re publican leaders to shield the mur or make light of The wrongs suffered- at the hands of the Democrats through an infamously unfair election law and the brutal partisanship of thelDemocratiemajority- in the State Legislature had driven many Republicans a frenzy They were so maddened by the outrages of which they were the victims that the cover and of law seemed a small thing their eyes As an alternative some them clearly lost their normal horror of murder But was It brought the United States the shadow of South American political methods j and it mani featly oould not be sBeoeesfal in- any Commonwealth wbich gate not ready to abandon law and order substitute o ia and force to nook fors iaaeh RepS Patent Top Light Sole Heel TheI Society Girl 8 You them want that step in are until night week CHRISTMAS GOODS You buy are RUSSELL MURRELL GOHHa Cleveland in taint since That have there their work into state color of that into fOfarderlytllodi- overIi1Mntbte idle Bright Opera carry cone Bean success in KentucJtyuntil the taint of sympathy with murderous crimes can be lined down or washed away- Unprecedented provocation in the form of Democratic frauds and wickedness is not sufficient excuse for the attitude of pome promi nent Kentucky Republicans in regard to the Goebel case am 1 the punishment of men suspeotc d of being connected with that tragedy The intent ot the secret b allot is to prevent bribery and coei cion of the timid but it fails of the pur pose in both respects The old way is the best for it would fur nish no cloak for the man who claims to be honest and yettsells his suffrage it would diri30 the sheep from the goats and then it would force the seller tj deliver the goods sold If debr ohingin elections continues togrow it will prove a serious questi Jut those who are endeavering l to attain an honest government SappCoUectorJor Internal Reyepe8 district ware handed to the Preen dent last Sat urday by Dr Dehee of ter the Senator had bt tintd that Sapp plankThe igfoagreelona Ji OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE COUNTY Last week we gave the vote of Adair County by precincts and below will be found the full vote each candidate received The Democratic candidates are marked DJ the Republican Rand Prohibitionists up FOR SENATOR Isaac A Story D1866-J W Catron RV 1664 W S Stone P 86 REPBESENTATTVE W 0 Keene R 1691 G B Breeding P 59 COUNTY JUDGE J P Dohoney D 1858 T A Murrell tt 1710 C 0 Henson 1 81 COUNTY ATTORNEY Jas Garnett Jr D 1459 COUNTY CLERK P T Cooley It 1895 TR ts R 1686 SHERIFFS P Miller D t 1368 F WMilbr R 1696 VH Cuidiff P 82 JAILER SHMitchell D 1828 J K P Conover R 1784 T G Coffey P 88 ASSESSOR C G Jeffries D1891 E W Burton R1680-C P Banks P 82 SUPERINTENDEN- W Flowers D 1885 W D Jones R 1678 Tobias Huffaker P 89 SURVEYOR- R T McCaff ree D1870CORON- ERLAFletcher D1858-C M Russell R 1696 Our Republics n friends are jubI- lant over the result of the election in this county and Jndeed they have ample grounds They won everything sought but while this is true it should not discourage any Democrat for it does not in dicate ttus that our case is a hopeless one On the other hand it shovs plainly the necessity of organization and without it defeat is oertaiu It is true that the Democratic party has lost some of itold time wheelhorses in this county in the last few years The split in 96 carried from us some active workerd and landed them on the shores of Republicanism I the GoebelTaylor contest others went out some of whom will prob ably never return but whit this is true it does not make the Re- publIcan party so powerful but that it may be defeated when the Democracy is properly organized A majority of 800 or 400 can be wiped out in this county when the Democrats decide in earnest to do it Although we have to face the greatest Republican victory in this county still we have the hap py consolation that our State has pulled out of her doubtful atitudo and shows a Democratic majority of fully 40000 The city of Louis ville is out of the rut with a ma jority of 7000 The Legislature both branches has a large majority of Democrats and there is no doubt about electing U S Senator It is the year for redistrict ing the State and this work will be done without Republican dicta tion It is one of tjie greatest Democratio victories in the his tory of the State Many strong Republican counties lost out and the old time Democratic counties show up with old time majorities The home defeat may prove a blessing in disguise to the Democrats of this county for by humiliation we are often mado stronger We hove not lostany of our faith in the ability and pow er of Adair county Democrats to make a winning fight The lame places in the contest justclosed are dissernable to any man ac quainted with the real conditions We are still in the faith withno less zeal and a strongerdetermina tion to aid in a successful contest when the next opportunity is presented A Fiend isli Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through Ills kidneys His back got so lame be could not stoop witbQUt great pain aor sit In in a except propped by cash loan Ko remedy helped him until be tried Bteotrle Bitters which effected siTcb a wdaderful change that be writes he eelfi like a new man This marvel oasnuNWmiewtre baekaeh and kid Mr tetitWe perigee the Mood aid veer health Qaly Meat T RilB1kt r It is with pleasure that wepre sent the first issue of the fifth year of the News We have no comment to make on the year just past relative to our business except the statement that business was good surpassing any year in the history of the paper and fully up to the stakes we set in the beginning of the year Our efforts will be directed this year as in the past in making tha News an inter esting paperto make it worth more to this section of the country We appreciate the patronage given us in subscription ad vertising and jobwork and feel safe in saying that we are in bet ter condition now to take care of your interest than we have been in the past To those who have neg lected to pay for the paper wo kindly urge them to send in their subscriptions Mr Sam Harden of Wayne county is doubtless a very clever man but his ambition for office gets away with his better judg ment Not many years ago he was a Democrat and was before the people for Congress the State Sen ate and perhaps other positions His last reach out was for the office of County Judge of Wayne running as a Republican and when the returns came in he found that he was again defeated Sticktoit iveness is a mighty good thing to nave in the family and he who dallies will invariably be convinc od of that fact Hurrah for G A Dohoney He carried Washington county by V e largest Democratic majority ever given a candidate for the Legislature He is a good man a solid Democrat and will make that county an able representative He deserves to go higher and we hope some day that he will be a member of Congress Read This To the people of Adair and adjoin in the mill business In this county for seventeen years and made my word iny bond I think the people know me well and I wish to give them a few solid facts I am agent for Dr T M Say mans Wonder ful Vegetable Remedies the best ever given to man by man They arean uptodate preparations for the speedy relief and cure of acute and chronic Investngate Buy them Try them Test them They are the highest merits and guaranteed to please Fur sale in stores and by A TBartlett Cane Valley Ky 29 Nov For Sale My farm containing 87 mores on Sul phur fork creek four miles from Neats burg and about three miles from Eunice Adair county Kentucky known as the Levi Jones farm This farm has 40 acres in cultivation and the remainder in timber well watered and buildings all new only onefourth mile from schoolhouse and half a mile from the main Columbia and Stanford road This farm can be bought cheap and on easy terms by calling on W F Neatat Columbia Ky S C NEAT Rnlcville Mississippi SawMill for Sale One 20 horse power Can be seen running in Green county This is a new millwill sell cheap For particu lars address the Greensburg Lumber Co Greensburg Ky Persons who have promised to ban us wood will please bring in a fe w loads We wantit cut eighteen inches n length LeMnonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by ienced workmen and doing as hig grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home Institution Work of Adair Russell Tailor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED Ie MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky Hancock flotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNtUANCOCK Prop 0MTThe above Hotel has been re fifcledTSpalated nod is sow ready for the comfortable aooowmodstloa ot II Tabiesagpiled with ttMbwt t searkets de aieatweeaablea- 4eed POI Peed ate 1 A r eee eoreoC4 FIFTH eNUE HOTEL 3EEE o93 Ji rBET STREETS J LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 3fEReturntshed Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to WholeSale and Retail DIstrges Churches and Theatres 0 Pike Campbell A o St Clair Ass t M eos o eee e0 iaeeoTeos ss oeo Actual size or watches oQoO Solid Nickel case and American Stem winder at 225 Fully war ranted for one year G T t fl16ri6 W6lies 933333666 4 The smallest for the money and fully warranted for one year Just the thing for and and enongh for any man as an ordinary timepiece If the does not give satisfaction it to us by mail 2 cents and we jweCatalogue of all of Watches and j Jewelry sent free of chargeVVV Established 1872 Reference 3rd Nati iialIBank this city orany business house IRIOX IRAUDEC j 404 V Market Louisville KG a tricky H C FEESE UNDERTAKER COLUMBIA KY f Cases Caskets Buriial Robes and everything of the newest designs in my line I am prepared to answer all ells day or night Can furn ish a fine hearse at a very reasonable price HARRY B PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Secondhand and New boys girls good watch return kinds riachineryOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Kentucky r Established 1827 tENTERPRISE HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY Best 100 perday Hotel i iu the city Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed The natronage of Merchants Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited Chas F Gans Bro Proprietorst Stoves and Ranges For good grade of sheet iron stoves stove pipe elbows and dampers call on me COOK STOVES lowhCome and get my prices before buying La Vt Hall 9 Columbia Ky jtVT S D HURST WOODFORD cotramr Independent Tobacco Warehouse t BLACKLEY HURST cOt ProprietorsI A18t1o and Private Sales Daily HETtjINf PROMPTLY nAPS 1119 tos 1126 v YtjEl Hiin SfcreeV Louis yillevKy Fewextl S Free Stera geark Linda ladeleede1tHowseq 4 A i rJf r r A l 4 ofR5 ONALtII 4 irs 1 O Rueuel11svisly4igIe it I llssille itereM ET Willis is doa busIneSs trt quKioBow1nfD Mr Jake Bally Horse Cave spent Sunday in this city Mr Mc C Goode Campbellsvllle was In Columbia Friday Mr J W Flowers paid a visit to Bowling Green last week Mr A D Patteson andwife return edfrom Montpeher Sunday Dr S P Miller and wife Glensfork visited in ColumblaSunday Mr Sam Lewis was in CampbclLo ville businesslast Miss FannIe Murrell of Louisville is visiting reltaives In Columbia Miss Mary Thomas an aunt of Mr J W Coy Ii visiting in this citythMessrs Henry E and John Christie Camp Knox werein town Saturday yDiesrs T A Baker and M Be Yarberry have returned to Washington Judge W W Jones Jas Garnett Jr carMr Burr Gllpin and wife of Campth bellsville were in Columbia en route for BurksvllleI spMrinsurance solicitor Glasgow was in Columbia last Thursday Mr J N Coffey and wife spent las Sunday at the residence of Mr Jas Caliisob near Cane Valley thMrswho hnvo hen visiting In Lebanon returned last Thursday night Miss Minnie Mrlplett who spent tvro months in Michigan and Louisville returned home some days Th4ISilas Danny of Creelsboro were In Columbia on business last week f Mr T P Jeffries an old and respected citizen of the Zion country has been r unusually feeble fortlie past week piMring in Missouri for ten years returned lastrweek Mr L C Muncie of Edmonton who has been in a low state of health for severaLmonths is himself again ands now looking after his affairs Messrs O P Bowman a prominent ajAssistantcame down last Saturday the forme to visit here and the latter at Re LicktMr D II Duller and family bade their friends adieu last Saturnay and left fir Sacramento Ky where theyJ Themanyhis excellent family were mentlone In the News three weeks ago In talk ing to Mr Butler he stated that it was to tell how Jon he would votingb place would be Columbia r LOCAL JOTTINGS l Have you spoken for your Thanks- givingt turkey 011 your gun The quail season opens Friday Judge W W Jones next court will teat Burks ville The bird hunters will all beontnex- Friday and Saturday circuitl1 It Cojumbla is not on a boom but she is growing steadily and substantially The church in which Thanksgiving R services will be conducted will be nounced of next week- TheSundayschoolsot this place met in Union communication at the court= house last Sunday afternoon oMrhts bed for several days asa of a fall from a wagon while hauling hay WANTED Eight stout able men grub and chop Apply to W Turner li mile from Columbia o lorThursda the 2tao this mooti CgivIngthe churches in Columbia On the lot just above wbere1tfr A lea Pile Is now building Mr W Walker will have a residence put up sometime in the near future The Kentucky Division of the 9Daughters of the Confederacy will meet at Elizabcthtown November itsad 22 A full attendance is clesjrsd 1 MrAllefl Piles new resldenellpte isgoiig up and the work will be r cd asWpldly as poeslbte It is loouii ona street leading to the M rtjlrh School f b WBjnettafJtlkc iforrncriystoof ttw Calumlila t4iP i6hhefl Iit 41tev 1 ir V 1utthiisityJat 14n- t l Jn11h 5 t po 1rrlIb 2ri c71 mt Mrk r r1Ia t rer I a J j t6 ftj Mrs Bollln Hurt eaterUlwd a num ber of her lady friends Swt Thursday Ming A delightful luncheon was wad aedseveralhoursheppilphpen Thequail season Opens hr ember 15th and will coatlnue u SiBOary 11902 It Is said that in suPite plentiful 8Mr IV B Cochran of Liberty who was the Republican candidate for the State Senate was badly bruised ina runaway last week The buggy was eveElds Williams and Montgomery y commenced a series of meetings at the Christian church last night These two gentleman have held a number meetings recently meeting with much success Uggers tailoring establishment een second and third Market street T Inhisguarantees a fit When you visit the city call and getjbhelr pricesm W G Montgomery in a meeting is week at Little Oike He will also begin a meeting at Mllltown on Monday night utter the fourth Sunday GrovYe on In December Quite a number of new rds appear In our paper this week advertisers are all reliable men respectfully invite you to call at eir places of business when you are in the city for the purpose of making ecial purchases Mr W H Hudson of the firm of Hudson R Page left Monday morning hogstThe hog market is nut very brisk but the firm hopes to make slime mmcy on is lot They sold a cirIuad of cattle the Louisville niarki ist week but the prcjs wtre vciydutiafactury It is rumored about town tint tcverI eral weddings will take place in Cu lumbia between hOW an i the holidaysbe is office hoc Deco given but at present it is under obli ongationsdue time the announcements will beI made known The CourierJournal last Sunday blished a splendid likeness of Hon II Reynlerson the new Represen tative elect from Marion county Mr Reynlerson married Miss Victor aand Wallace of Cane Valley hence the Democrats of Adair county are very muchgratified at his political success The wife of Mr Thomas Burton fotfifty years of age and leaves a and several children The Bapdneighborhood The Fourth year of The News close a week and we now call on our sub scribers to come forward and settle up Many have been prompt to pay while many have neglected It takes money run our business and we ask all icharrears for the paper to attend to this without delay mAlling to the Parmalee Library are quested to bring them in at once When the books are all in a Librarian will be selected and until this is ac compllshed no books can be secured Please attend to this Several books missing C S Harris Henry Kqehler S Co one of the lar gest sash door and blind houses in Louisville Is advertising In The News Mtdiefirstclass goods selling as low as any other establishment furnishing the same character of work and material you arc going to build write for prl ces 12th St Broadway Louisville Last week the Horse Cave Hfg School received 81000 library the gift Miss Helen Gould The only re quirement being that a good room should be set apart for its keeping Miss Gould presented this library as a token of her appreciation of a large hoquet of wild flowers given her about year ago by the children of said lutHorse Cave for 30 minutes at which time the flowers were preSented wGho png the war and who was on duty at the time the train was rubbed by Jtur near New Hope in 1803 was in last week When the train he suspected that it was the work of robbejs and he immediately tlrbe he company Mr WHHudson of this plac was a passenger and he saved his money by turning it over to Miss Dutch Sanders A few days agowe had an occasion to pass Cane Valtey aad two things were veryjioMcWble The store house Iq iwblcbMIS4un banks did biwinepsso o alMl sl a the ore who IlfitJlHh o these genUvmeu lead retired ftwnbraatnea The businew of cifi YxllgJrJatrawoeatered an tbiaexd ut 1hNa whrtrt lUeell1l letbeIle e laahidet tde n rte a iltrtbed Id ttleir K Mt irk JCIjI Lt 2 t Gone to Ills Reward This week we are called upon to It citizensEdtresyoclocnk About four weeks ago lie was taken ddenly iil while returning home from town and had to be lifted from his horse In a few hours he was re moved to his residence and his condi tion gradually drew worse until the end came The deceased was a man for whom ery body had the utmost respect the pas rihlrtpfire years ho had been a minister of the Christian Church and for the last quarter of a century he preached for different ofSzealous in all his work and what he did was done in the fear and admoni xordbewas sixtyeight years old and was a native of Wayne county 1856 or7 he entered college here came acquainted with Miss Nannie Trabue and they were subsequently arried The first years of his married life were spent in Wayne countyco returning to Adair after the the war The fruits of this union w children da thughtersMr Shearers first wife died about ten years ago and three years there after he was married to Miss Mary ebFuneral services were neld at the Christian Church this city Monday afternoon conducted by Eld Z T Williams many friends being present in token of the respect they had for one who was loyal lobes neighbors and true to his God Mrs Amelia Damron Dead Last Friday morning the citizens of thiscommunityweresurprisedtolearat n Eiiy Dtirnron was dead She was one of the best known women in Adair county and the sympathy of every body goes out to the aged husband and children Mrs Damron had en sick for several weeks but her Illness was not generally known and ly a short time before she died washer condition considered serious She was a daughter of Mr Clever Jones deceased and was the mother of Mrs W E Frazer Mrs LT Neat and Mr Asure Damron She was about sixty years old Mrs Neat was with her mother when the end came but Asure Mrs Frazer were absent the for mer being in Missouri and the latter en route home from that State No death has cvet occurred on Green river where the deceased so long resided that created more pro und sorrow She was kind to every dy and every body was her friend Religious services were held Friday and the interment was in the Damron cemetery many friends being present A Card of Thanks thdtruest sense the kindness and aid s freely given us by thereople of Colum bla and vicinity in our sore allliction Truy c e are thankful and will ever erish the many expressions of sym ptthyattdthesubstantialoldreceivedWe ant care and medical aid M A and Murinpha Sutherland Mr J W Hatchings who arrive from New York two weeks ago has contracted with Page Hurt C Stults for another big lot of staves and the Company will at once commence get ting them out You can hardly mis the timber from Adair county an buckersand sawmills will be ke Ptaybusy fiv many years to come In transferring thaColumbia Roller ill property to Mr Myers of trees rg there are several houses and lot that do not go with the sale The strip of land the Company purchased from Mrs Coffey was retained aid a street will be opened and town lots laid off Mr Claud Hurt it Is said prohbridge to the Somerset roadRThe old reliable Pickett Tobacco Warehouse has a card in our pap this week There is no better house in Louisville than the Pickett It is perhaps the oldest establisbmcnn of the kind in the city and by fair deal g and close attention to business built up a very large trade Mark your hogsheads Plokett IIous Louisville Four months storage tree On lastSunday November 10 a sur rise dinner was given to Mr U C father of Arrs3 Z P2ckett and JIis S W Doboney of this plat It being his seventyfirst btrthda He received many presents and a more excellent dinner was never spread There were four generations present seventy in all and they all departed saying they never enjoyed a day w reIA linqE Tlierehag bees much talk orlat about town lots belay leaves and that many buildingswould go up if situa tloas could b secured rJ N Gut fey and Hoc GebrgeNeilhav both IB formed the News that they would sell or ire lots frwtlte Greeastmr streets tp p rrleg who will agree to enact goad iwbsUntlal buJldiojf We tybpa they lira reap Mtldetii Tfererrtilfieao6itgf rtlitoI rfai lrlrcet oexti 8r 1T rfWiwi l9beaair W L Bk 8 li T WJ tiJtJfyJ lc1 t tMr S Hi Uurrell Cray Craft has sent to this flies a beet measuring 22 InclTcs in length calllsell S Murrell in todayd News The Bear Head Brand Fertilizers from 90c to 820 per hundred at R W Hurts Gadburry Ky or Columbia KpMr L C Hurt sold to Parson 6 Moss last week a town lot containing a little over one acre and situated near the Roller Mill for 13500 FOR SALE One square secondhand piano Will sell cheap Address Miss Lena Grlssom Bliss Ey Mr Coleman a deputy United States Marshal Is again in the county for the purpose of running in those charged with violating the revenue laws On his last trip he made eight or ten arrests in Adair and Russell counties If United States Marshals would nvince the people that they are really doing good work in breaking up thissectionoey must haul the still to Columbia a successful raid is made in Adair county and chop it to pieces upon th square as Marshals did some years ago We do not chugs that frauds have een perpetrated but when a report comes in that a distillery has been stroyed at a certain place and so mac beer and singling had been emptied and in two weeks a fire Is stuteclund astillatthesameplace itlooks mighty suspicious and creates much unfavorable talk To avoid the unfavorable comment bring the stills to the county seat and do the chopping and th officers will have the backing of at good citizens Horses are slill worth suiiieuiay and the rich hive out Khvn them up alto gcthcr as the fulluwiog prices paid in a Chicago sale show The first fifteen horses sold averaged 2930 a head and the first nineteen brought 50000 In all 49 head were sold For a fourIn hand team of bay geldings H TLeeds of Chicago paid S10750 Thus W Lawson of Boston paid 87500 tor a brown gelding and 1700 for a handsome chestnut saddle horse Ziegfeld acting for Anna Held gay geldingsII W nut carriage horses A Lowther paid 82300 for a dapple gray gelding Dr Wright bought a pair of roan carriage horses paying 4600 for them S J Valenty gave 1350 for a bay gelding We do not remember the time when the merchants of Columbia had larger theybavein their stores We have talked with itoand at the same time they bought ese goods at very low prices There peoploe or goodrs re at home where the people ought to spend their money We do not know of a town that has bttter or more honorableclass merchants than we have right here in Columbia Wedo not believe there is one of them who rightdPELLYTON Farmers are busy gathering corn and sowing wheat preached d Mrs Mollle Fertine who has been Camte1P ArksJ1Y Beard was in Columbia Saturday on business Mrs J C Fceseand son GuyisltedI hero Saturday The first quarterly meeting of th lslie atAtwuheh ev Jesse L Murrell will conduct the meeting erbirs J M Campbell and Mrs WIL Lemon visited relative i at Elkhorn last week Urn R T Jones and llitle daug ter Rubs May have returned ho from Columbia Bro Bowles will fill his appointment here Saturday night and Sunday Mr Tom Jones and wife of Tart visited here aaturdaj and Sunday telephone line Is being built fro here to Dunnville There is talk wRaleywas visiting rel atlves at Liberty list week Dr Hammond dismissed all of bis typhoid fever cases here last week MfssEstill Willis who is teaching itedherpareatsSaturdlied ay Mr Thos Uar Jinand wife of Wat hereSatCAMP KNpX YgDr J J Booker has about eoer filefed aMwbarn KIMM Vallle sari OIHe SiadWfe Btlwwira vl itlbg mere a fw ate 3iit JaieJuiLr ter tftadiLlro lr wire viFitttrt tbt heo9et l W Leolialtr are iiat r7i lUtotor mere vliiLis- gtridtiitprtt 4 Mtiir lLl 0 t GllADXVJILE L S Smith is In Burksville A B Wilmore returned from Greens burg last Saturday Poke Mitchell and wife of Edmon ton visited hers last week Revs Hulse and Dillon filled the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday and Sunday night with very interest leg discourses Mr Willie Moore and wife of James town visited relatives here last week M J Bartlett the well knowe medicine man of Chicago Ill spent Saturday night in our midst L C Hindman and wife H A Wal ker and wife were guests of Mr W A Wilmore last Sunday H A Moss of Greensburg was here last week en route to Burksville to sec after staves Some of our people are very jubilaot over the returns of the election Others arc not teelingsc good but are just as willing to abide by the decision of the people J W Walker of Greensburg was in our midst last week Prof G B Yatcs and A B Wilmore spent Sunday cvrnlng at Joppa lastcafter cattle H A Walker sold Rufus Price 12 yearling steers at 98 per head altcountpbHill Mr Jo Hunter and family accompanied by Miss Rosa Hunter are visiting relatives Bradfordsville Rev Bryant Wilson administered personslMr Strong Hill has three good sawmills and twentyfive thousand shin cits fir sJlu He not particular about the cash when the saps are made Last Saturday night Miss Manda Bo hana and Mr Chas F Franklin eloped to Tennessee and were married The bride is twelve and the groom 22 years old They are both citizens of our town cozateSmith S Nell bought of R M New bolt 9 cattle and 27 sheep for 9112 two head of cattle of Champ Butler 940 nine of II C Walker 150 one of Al vin Staples 917 one of J A Diddle 15i one of s H Mitchell 1120 also sold H A Walker ten for 265 The health of our town and community has been exceedingly good for the past few months but in the community of Picketts chapel there are several cases of pneumonia fever and it is proving very fatal Mr Frank Finn hid son Thos idled last week with the above named disease and we un lerstand several member of his faml ly are dangerously sick GLENSFORK- Thehealth of this community is very ggod Miss Lola Campbell of Crocus visl ted lice cousin Mrs John S Helm a few days ago Mr J A Chapman has returned from Loulsvlllo with a nice line of dry goods Call and see them Mrs Simmons and daughter Mist Jnnie visited the son ot the former in Russell county a short time ago Misses Ethel Wilkinson Ethel Tay for Vie Strange Tinle Marshall and Dicey Webb attended the uieetng at Pleasant Hill last week Born to the wits of W HSamuels Ion troMrs John S Helm and Mrs Ella Webb wont shopping at Millers of Crocus Wednesday Report everything ctJea pr a Mr John S Helm wife and sun Wil are anticipating an extended visit to their uncle Mr Rufus Helm of LebanonA Miller and wile removed to their farm on Thursday Mr Tom Bennett aud Miss Florence Gifford were united In the holy binds of matrimony on the 8th Rev Van Hoy officiated aeDir and Mrs Arlow Rippltoe and little daughter Pauette visited the family of R A Yates Tuesday night Mr Vefvlu Watson the photojjra arrago days tfDUjtiVILLL Farmers are busy gathering corn Mr Beu Giant has just coiupeted a large bifn for Mr Sam Rector Simmons Dunham are erecting a neat store house where the old one was destroyed by fire Prof RO Cab dl of duppah been conducting singing fcbuul here for the past ten nights which was well attended and the a oktsaru much Improved El ers T Williams and P Aj Gilllam are comJticting a series of meetings at this place Qfir1r1rIayas r as gtMMft during ilraieaitug Dr M osal wpfWtlAiy withus lint weefr wlllirt ea letIk t rLiDcrty J 1r d3eilldaaIittKl wirtfbetarfafi fttWktrtlilif tar t od G W 8mrU 4tlf The d y i 1 KR J t r 5 iIII If NINHNe Ne i i t i When you to Louisville order i e i i your suit at i ea1 EGGERS i t j abe ttailoriI iI220 W Market Street Bet 2 and ardiILouisville Ky fs eeeeNNONINNINN00NNNON000ONNONONN11N + 0 CHAS A BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Farmers ship yonr tobacco to the old reliable ket TobaeeQJ a eho se INDEPENDENT C1 BRIDGES SCO PROPRIETORS Cor Eight and Main Streets Four months storage free Louisville Kentucky HENRY KOEHLER C A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER St CO 3 3EEi DOORS SASH 331 E I12thJAMESTOWN A R Humble was In town one day last week J D Wooldridge and F E Falken TerlrltoryTuesdayMr White passed through here Wednesday cnroute for Monticello Miss Fannie Smythe spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Co lumhlaIMrs Mary E Jones Is visiting her sister Mrs S Dunbar at Danville Prof Carnaham of Berea was here last week Icoking after schoqls Little Miss Mary Snow Patterson Is quire sick with fever Mrs Zillah Thomas of Denmark visited Mrs Texts Rowe last week wluSirs J B Patterson and Mrs W S Stone who attended the State conven stun of the W C T U at Paris turned howe Friday Mrs J W Easteeday of Carrollton is visiting her sister Mrs N H W rheumatism Sam Humble suffering with FONT HILL IThe death angel laid its snowy hand little daughter of F F Rex and saw fir to take it home We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents Death came tll Cyrus Wilson Nov 5 man of a number of years who was liked by all who knew him We hope he Is enjoying hfeppimM in that land beyond the skycs As the election is ovr the people have settled dowto business Every body is satisfied with thi result excep t those who tailed to get olllce J H Smith Gb ae ever ready merchants They will go to the city next week to lay in Winter god We heir some complaints about the fly In wheat but dunt kno vtshetbe It will damage the wheat Mr L D Lowe of Columbia sales wan fur Murray Dibrell Co Dealer In boots and shoes NashviileTennM was here a few days ago and sold J H Smith Co a very large bill FOB SALE uu llnTI desire to sell prf rent my home pines located on Greensburg road and iu the suburbs of Columbia It cantatas awes 15 cultivation a good dwelling 01aswater water handy for stock and nil neccKsaryuutbuildings It is a very dsi l home Address ft Lewis TripJett Columbia Ky YOU KNOW lU 0 t can find a nice Waitob or a aut Jewelry or a alee Dla iitrrAltiaKorffroach or silver Toiltf WHT nr Silver TabU Warev at very ijwjwteiiy or TM If you wily reed p4 IIPltp rvt tos e iJIIONARDHUBER EiEKa rbtattLI i11i1C r a eltE INGS tie0eir DayllQM Rcpt idno Gas Go 126 Second Street Louisville Kentucky Manufacturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Towns Churches Stores Residences Etc- r Gas Engines and Water Works for Country Homes Sjlre SWeinifisi IRotbcbtlb c CGleinbaum MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 619 OTestflbafn St Louisville Kentucky Robt JM Jobn F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION- Nos 214 to 22a Sixth St Louisville Kentucky + 01M WISEMAN SON f Snccessors to fldam Vogt Go JEWEL15RS nnd OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers in Diamonds and Precious Stones 0 Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond oposlte5usclJn- 1LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Hardesly Bros Nance PRODUCE COMMISSION GOMPflNY 339 Street Kentuckyr0 adjoinitrgscounties solicited LTE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock nYards CATTLE Extra shipping 34 8555 25 Light shipping 4 40483r Best butchers 37545Q Fair to good butchers 3 Cb37 Common to medium btch 1 2 253 III noel Ohotee packing Itn utch ers2jro aOQjfce 75 Fair t good packIng190 tQaooMT iG75 Goodtotxtra light 119 So r raod= =e twofrIlottwiWa 1 ta 11 t STATE NEWS John Click was run over by a wagon and killed In Rowan county Wm Rock and wife died at Rich mond within live days of each other Marlon Davis a boy died at Hop kinsvillc from eating wild grapes Mrs Samuel Eades of Greenville was burned to death by the explosio- of a lamp Fearing that she would lose her reason Mrs Iola Newell wife of Dr John B Newell of Somerset commit ted suicide George Johnston years of age was shot and instantly killed near Mill Springs Wayne county where he was drinking with some friends It is not known who did the shooting At Jackson Will Jett a wholesale liquor dealer was shot and seriously wounded by Kelly Man Jet was engaged in a fight with Mucker John Howard when he was shot by Man who was attempting to shoot Howard Jas M Cissell Jr a wellknown citizen of Marion county while show ing a younger brother how to feed a sorghum mill got caught In the machine and before It could be stop ped was so badly crushed that he died shortly afterwardiMrs Minnie Hogan of Clark countyI went to a neighbors house on an errand acd left her children at home While she was gone Jettle a little girl three years old climbed into a rocking chair which pitched forward Into the fire burning the little one so severely that she died in a few hours Auditor Coulter and Insurance Commissioner Chenault have found that a number of mutual insurance companies have been doing business in the Statej for several years without paying the license tax assesecd by the State TheI officials hold that the policyholders or members are also liable for the failure of the Concerns to pay the amounts due and suits may be Instituted if the amounts are not paid John Murphy sixty years of age a welldigger was caught in a well In Ashland by a cavein For hours a number of men worked to get him out When the upper part of his body was finally uncovered it was found that he was dad A rope was then placed under his arms and twentyfive men attempted to pull tho body out Ills legs were so firmly wedged however that the body was pulled in twoIAbout five years ago Miss Malinda Lynn and a young man named Albert Earl were married in Carter county For a few years they lived together happily until the young mans father paid them a visit The daughter In law took a decided fancy to her bus bands father Shortly after she left her husband and at the last term oft the Carter Circuit Court was granted a divorce A few days ago she wasf married to John Earl father of her former husband At a political speaking in Clinton county W J Gilder was shot acci dentally by George McKlnley a constable McKinley was trying to arrest a man and Grider who is a deputy sheriff started to help McKinley who thought it was some one else and shotv Grider In the thigh inllicling a veryI serious wound Grider is the Demo iratic nominee for the Legislature from Clinton and Wayne counties Grider married McKinleys sisterag The State Board of Health has issued circulars advising the people at large to use every effort to prevent thelJ spreading of scarlet fever and diph theria diseases which are now preval ent in many sections of the State Iso lation and dlsenfection are the chief suggestions of the circular The cir cular also calls attention to the lawt which requires that all contagious diseases be reported to the County Board of Health within twentyfour a hours and urges that the law be ada ndtobFONTHlLIi This being fine weather wheat sowd4Dgis about over and some gathering corntSalurday night Nov gtb will be the next sleeting of the Riissell SprIngsr Maccabee TenfcTNo 76 Several intend tajolnrlis then and lots to follow Hurrah for the TcnfIr r pWilsonunited in the holy bonds of matrimosny at the home of bride Smith officiating Mr Wilson Is one of Russell countys best young men The bride is an amiable lady and had many admirers May they live Jong 1friendsTelix Kexroats child is very low with scarlet fever T A Smith passed herecnrouten home from school He tells ns that his schooHs progressing very nicely I A Village Blacksmith Saved His JLUtlo Sons Life MrUi IL Black the well kown vil Iage blacksmith at Grahamvillo Sulli van Co N YsayslOar little son five years old has always been subject croup and so bad have the been that we have feared many times that he would die We have had the doctor and used many medicines but nonour sole reliance It seems to dissolve the tough mucus and uy giving frequent doses when the crouyy symptu appear we have found that the dreaded croup is cured before it gets settled There is no danger in giving this remedy for it contains no opium or other Injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by M Cravens Resolutions of Sympathy Resolved That we the members and delegates representing the Christian Churches of Adair couu ty now assembled in cooperative meeting at Pleasant Hill Chnroh do hereby express our profound re gret at the enforced absence of our beloved and worthy brother- F C Shearer and that we extend to him our warmest Christia- sympathy in hIS affliction 2 That we hereby express our appreciation of the faithfulness of our brother in the past in attending our cooperative meetings and doing so much to make them a success and that we remember nod prize his many words of fath erly wisdom and counsel at these meetings j that we admire his no ble Christian character and commend it to others as a worthy example of Christian living 3 That wo hope and trust through prayer and the provIdence- of God that he may soon be restored to his usual health and be permitted to resume his work in tho Church of Christ 4 That these resolutions b published in each of the county papers TOBIAS HUFFAKER W G Pleasant Hill Oct 20 1901 Read This To tbe people of Adair and adJoin- Ing counties Having been in the mill business in this county for seventeen years and made my word iuy bond I think the people know me well and I whh to give them a few solid facts I am agent for Dr T M Say mans Wonderful Vegetable Remedies the best ever given to man by man They are an upto date preparations for the speedy relief and cure of acute and chronic diseases The best extant Investigate Bur them Try them Test They are the highest merles and guaranteed to please For sale in and by A T Bartlett Cane Valley Ky 29Kov Words of Praise Editor Adair County News I wish to congratulate you on the ac quisition among your population of Bro Shelley who recently filled thoI M E pulpit at this place Although not a member of hisDenomination it my ploasure to listen to him a number of times and it was regret I learned that he bad been sent to another field Although only here for one year he made a number of warm friends among the members of denominations by his consistent odly life and by going about doing good whenever hesaw the opportunity May the people of Columbia extend to the hearty cooperation in his work he so well deserves is the wishes of A FRIEND Lebanon Ky Novlst 1001I Sundays CourierJournal hasJ following upon Durbina re fusal to grant requisitions for the return of Taylor and Finley InI highly sensational if not libel us letter Gov Durbin refuses to requisitions by Gov Beck ham for the return to Kentucky of fugitives Taylor and Finley indicted for complicity in the mur er of William Goebel He callsI entire case persecution saysJ Gov Mounts reasons still remain reinforced by subsequent events speaks of the purposes of persecution says juries are organized for conviction says the record of revious trials shows that convic were made upon a mass ofI selfevident perjury attt1cksJndge- Cantrill and thee trial court in a vindictive manner and accuses him of exploiting his senatorial candidacy and finally tells Gov he will honor no requisi tionsfromhlm until there is provided an impartial Judge and a nonpartisan jury In Bockcastie county William Lair Will fatally shot by John TaBkerstey J A Great Medicine Ibave used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy and find it to be a great remedy says Mr E S Phipps of Poteau Arklilt cured me of bloody flux I cannot speaks too highly of it This remedy always wins the good opinion It not praise of those who use it The quickscures which it effects even in the most w vere cases make it a favorite everywhere For sale by M Cravens mAtIndianapolis the Supreme Coot t decided Joseph Keith must be hanged in tho State prison at Michigan City for the murder of Nora Klfer a neigh bors daughter at Eibcrgeld Ind Keith is a wealthy man He was ac cused of hiding the girls body in a well and later throwing it into a creek where it was found i1sChicago Hisgen Bros the popular South side druggists corner GOthstreetand Wen worth avenue say We sell a great deal of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and find that it gives the most antis factory results especially among children for severe colds and croup For Cravensn An exchange warbles thusly The melancholy days have come the sad dest of the year The small boy leav the swimming hole the farmer stuff- the steer The urchin trudges off school the pullets begin to lay the preacher gets a move on him the coal men have their day The trees put on their sombre hue the grasshopper ascends on high the little ant its eel lar fills the toper calls for rye The lonely church oyster laughs in glee for now his time has come the girls have terrible appetites the boys must spend their moo and the meal barrel is empty and tbe butchers short liver and the thought of icy winter makesyour spinal columnquiver And Johnny gets bis gun and sallies through agrlecolt has no end of trouble The days are full of sunshine and the nights are full of frost and the house is full of stovepipes and half the joints are lost 0 spring time has It drawbacks but it doesnt have them all for the worst part of the year Is just before the fall Whats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortunebut never i you have a sallow complexion a faun diced loek moth patches and blotches on the skinall signs of Liver Trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Com plexion Only 25 cents at T E Baulls Drugstore and W H Wilkinson LIb- erty Persons who leave promised to haul us wood will please bring in a few loads We want it cut eighteen inches n length To remove a troublesome corn or bunion First soak the corn or bunion in warm to soften it then pare itdown as closely as possible without drawing blood and apply Chamberlains Pain Balm twice daily rubbing vigorously for five minutes cteach application A corn plaster should be worn for a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is unequaled For sale by M Cravens The Fusion of Races The fusion of races now taking place with us is not essentially different from the fusion which has been going on in England forseventcen centuries Whether the United States will ever take possession of Ireland seems at present a doubtful matter But who would have dreamed ten years ago that the American eagle would spread itself over Porto Rico and the Phllli pines America has well nigh depopulated Ireland and there Irish emigrants have a strong voice In tbe pollti cal control of our affairs The relations between Americaand Ireland have always been of the friend llest character No student of Ameri can history can ever forget how large a share Ireland contributed directly indirectly to freeing the colonies from English tyranny and no one who has followed the course of events in America will deny that the Irish have done more than their part in promot ing the inteeests of the country But for the Irish to come not only bag and baggage but bringing the old too is another matter America has not yet become so accustomed to ruling in distant lands that she is cer tats of success in this direction It will be well for her to prove her abili ty on this line before putting herself in the position of Englaed and having more foreign possessions than contribute to her welfare and security INetr Handefion auroWD8b4tt and killed his Wotterlitew Ollie Anderajtn ana ttea conwl MId mfelgg t A FiMMhMTAttackTSfeJ An war y on 0 F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kidneys His back got so lame be could not stoop without great pain nor sit in in a except propped by cush ions No remedy helped him until be tried Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvel ousmedicine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies the blood and builds up your health Only silo at T E Paulls Drug Store and W H Wil kinson of Liberty The famine in Eastern Russia is so severe nail the distress so great that tin Government has forbidden the newspapers to pub lish any information regarding it not officially given out Tot Cau8 NIght Alarm One rjihtmy brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J C Snider of Critten Kylilt seemed it would sir Ic before we could get a doctor Si pave it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quickrelief and permanently cured It We always keep It In the house to protect our children from Croup and Whooping Cough It cured me of a chronic bron chial trouble that no other remedy Coughss 50ctofree at T E Paulls and W H Wilkinson Liberty A dispatch from Antwerp says that a detachment of black troops recently sent by the Congo authorities to quell a revolt at Balingls Kansas was captured and that the soldiers were mur dered roasted and eaten 1isLife Worth Living SleepJessness debility nervousness and palpitation the heart are not diseases they are symptoms indicating that the various vital organs are not working in harmony Mprleys Liver and Kidney Cordial restores order and rids the body of all waste products that clogs the system It insures sound digestion sound nerves and druggistsJ W McDonald and his wife Susan were shot from ambush on the banks of Brazos river near the Falls county line Texas and both were killed scarfNeuralgia Bauishcd There is no more severe or stubporn pain than neuralgia A remedy that will cure it will cure any pain Dr G S Stivers dentist Louisville Ky saysrMy wife suffered over two years from very severe neuralgia which several physicians failed to relieve I then got Morleys Wonderful Eight which relieved her in a five minutes and soon effected a permanent cure Sold by agent in every town M Bernheimer a German farmer of Franklin county Kansas who ask ed the priest to christen an infaet son Leon Czolgosz was driven from the county by indignrnt citizens The priest indignantly refused to christen the infant with such a name Ladles If you wanta beautiful complexion a bright cyi a good appetite an active liver bowels regular as clockwork and vigorous healthy body use Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial the great System Renovator It cures all diseases to which women are subject such as waakness debility melancholy nervous prostration etc Sold by agents in every town A twelveyearold boy named South wick kidnaped a six yearold child in Great Falls Mont and demanded a ransom of 81500 for its return He was captured by the police however and the stolen child was recovered Stepped Into Live Coals When a child I burned my foot grlghtfully writes W H Eads of Jonesville Va which caused horri ble leg sores for years but Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured me after everything else failed Infallable for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises and Piles Sold by T E Paull 25c It is also sold by W HWllkinsbo o Liberty The fighting burghers in South Af rica wish to make reprisal it the BrIt- Ish continue hanging and shooting rebels The matter will be brought to the attention of Mr Kruger and the subject will probably be brought before the European public in an open letter Tobin Hanson a Dane killed Samuel Maratte aged 16 years soa of a wealthy Montreal Caaada man and walked into police headquarters c- alugI kilieia bojffSr money Md got oaly 50 cewfe Tbataetenoub lq Inaba itq gil nylltliep r LO3 i RATESTO NEW YORK rt And Return July 1st to Oct 20th IDOl VIA 6tiIOllr Tickets will be good for return trip ten days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route an return via another All tickets reading via Big Four Route to Cleveland and L S S M S By between Cleveland and Buffalo 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 Chautauqua Lake on notice to conductors and de posit ot ticket with Depot Ticket Agent immediately on arrival Authorized stopovers will be allowed at Niagara Falls Washington Bal timore and Philadelphia on tickets reading via those points For full InformatIonand particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Route cr address the undersigned WJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville K- yOllRIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUBHAH Proprietors recentiyopenedTandHolt looks nfler the culinary departmeatand- sees that the table Is at all times with the very best tho market affords proprietors are attentive and very poilto to buildingisonvenleattoclass livery attachedto the hotel Terms very teasonabicCarriage and Wagon Slop 0I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give Cat1ttiage Wagon Wottk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken in return forwork S F EUBANK i OGJONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section t This shop the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call whoa in need of work in their lines lyr HOUSlEVORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And tho constant taro of children day and iiight is often too trying for even n strong woman A haggard face tells the storyof tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses lencorrhoea and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition IWINE CARDDIJ is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter Glcndeaao Ky Feb I am so glad that your Wine of Cardnl is helping I am feeling better than I havo felt for years lam doing my rows work without any help iot1bl Iwashed last week and was no tired That shows that the Wino is doing me good I atu getting fleshier than over was before and good takingwinedown five or six times every day but now I do not think of lying down through the day Jo as il OAT DRUGGISTS ang10x1Cktttuoof UrttdM alsogttVEAsketcborpbotofotfree 60INoAtfgsRR OtIIIOWOOPttartlawyM WASHINGTON DC 0 oooeoeoooooeooooeooewe I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS s SJOO Per Year 0 At ooeetoetooeo + THE COURIERJOUR 100 Per Year o J I NEWS and OUoi 1150 PER YEARoo s A YdI happenings of tbe bat Abe mews 0ffice cang ilo o PATTERSON HOTEL J7 MeST0WN KV No etter place can IBe found than at th above named hotel Its new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in cOP aectionJ t Woodson Lewis Bro Greensburg Kentucky Burtergies Carriages and FarmWagons 1 1000 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer m An Immense Stock Dry Goods ClothiBg afcttc General Merchandise that they are selling be low any compeditor TQ THE FARfllNQ ELEMENT j Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Field Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F JEFF RIES SON Columbia Kentucky j BAPSIICSC31AW tt a PROPRIETORS OF TIlE r Lebanon oS MarMe Works q r LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of IAND MARBLE GRANITE U aa a PRIOEls LOW WORK Q UAR NTE Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offeredJ before Weare prepared to all JuCs of masonry work such as foundation jroat etc i t WHIi F JKFFItEsSi ICJOcAl Afefebt Cfelattifefo Biy