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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if F TIE ADArn COtNTY NEWS= =VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA Ail AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1901 NUMBER JPOSTUJFFICB DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster oJ1UOUIII1r8wcekdaYIIOOa m 980 pm OOUBT DIRECTORY taootTCocnrThree session a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W WJones Commonwealth I Attorney N H W Aaron Bheriff J W Had- Olerk1no 1Covarr Pint Monday in each month J W Bntler County Attorney Jai Qt rnett Jr Olerk T R Stint- sJailerS H Mitchell BradabawISchool SuptW Jonei Coroner Leonard Fletcher 3 Begnlarconrt second Monday in pack mouth Jdge J W Atkins- orneyGordon Montgomery OllUBOJI DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BcnssviLMi STBXT T P Walton pastor Scrrlcei second and fourth Sundays I each mouth Sunday choolat9a m ereiy Sabbath Prayer meeting ovary Wednesday night METHODIST BuaxsvrLLJI Rer W P GordonJ pastor Serrlceaflmt Sunday in each month Sundayachool every Sabbath at m Prayer mooting Thursday night BAPTiST STBUT Ber W B CAvE pastor Services third Sunday tneach monthJ 3and y8Chnl Sabbath at a m i meeting Taesdny nightJCHRISTIAN Eld zT Williams eachIPrays tn otlne Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No X P and MRegn ar meeting in their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the fall moon In each month G KBKP WM T R 8ecyBotint Monday night In each mouth JAS JaIJ P W W Secretal7I PARSON MOSS COI Cuou3 KE I UtJKYI We are prepared to doEany 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 reasonableSas any firstclass take country produceS at market value Giv- us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co i Pumps Hose Beltin PACKING BOILER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe BrGeneralA for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factor Supplies THE AIIRENS OTT MFG COJE INCORPORATED 325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky BRUNERCOwnOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS Ctryprices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders torC n Hydraulic Ramscto throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than everC Write to me at Columbia for estlmatesC or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD GORDON MONTGOMERY AtlellykWCCOLUMBIA XY Will practice in Adair and ad joining counties Collections a specialty BooreSAlways attend strictly to Business i The beet piUs for Bilious People arc Morley Little Liver Puts because they always attend Strictly to basi zieea Sugarcoated Ono a dose Soldbj Claims Allowed By Casey Co Court Oct Term 19011 0The folJowingis a list of claims allowed by the Casey FtscalOourt at its October term 1901 Ashley J P team on road 60 Atwood Etta J pauper 25 00 Alstolts J F pauper burial clothes 8 35 Same same 8 15 Same same 7 35 Adams John M team oomad 8 75 Allen Eobt same 3 75 Allen J Bt same 5 20 Admans Sallle pauper 25 00 Allstotts merchandise fur pau per- Anderson 1 25 Quint team on road 3 00 Same sheriff election 3 04 Brown Wm team on road l T Brown Jas same 3 75 Black Tom same 3 00 Bastin G M same 3 00 Bell Frank same 150 Bastin John same 300 Bastln C same 3 00 Bastlo D same 300 Same constable 50 Bernaid W H pauper coffin 275 Barker Dr J C medical atten tion to pauper 4 20 Bastin Ed pauper coffin 3 50 Barker Dr JC medical atten tion to pauper 7 20 Same same 300 Brown W H burial pauper b 00 Barley Oscar team on road 375 Beard W T same 150 Board R L same 8 Beard J A same 225 Beard G W same 300 Ballinger Gco same 188 Baxter Cbas same 2 25 Same saws 1 50 lin John Fame 223 Biggs Jas waiting on pauper 7 00I J M team on road 150 Bastin Geosame 300 Wm same 1 50 Bowman Mary pauper Za 00 Bryant Mrs Jesse same 2100 Jasper team on road 150 Bell PC same 225 S J same 4 50 Burris Laura pauper 25 00 Brown JT work for roads 135 Beeler Dr David medical attention to pauper 4 00 for same 100 for same 40 Brown Linda pauper 35 00 Brown J Watt pauper burial clothes 4 74 Baldock John team on road 3 00 Baldock MIlt same J 00 Brown W H Judge election 200 Bell J W sheriff election 200 Benson T S clerk election 2 00 own J M jailor 777 90 Bell T J late jailor 47810 Same sheriff 234 00 Brown J M late sheriff 38 J M jailor 27 00 Beard W D justice peace 12 00 Bernard W fl same 12 00 Cundiff G W election com missioner 4 00 Clements Fred team on road 150 Clements W bridge lumber 1 Combest Carson pauper bu rial clothes 710 Carson J B nails for road 1 00 J C pauper coma 2 50 same 2 50 Case Bobt team on road 3 00 Coulter J C same 2 25 Cowan Bobt same 1 50 Coontz Robt pauper 45 00 Carman Bauson bridge lumber 4 00 Carman J H team on road 1 b0 Robt same 1 50 ur W H same 1 James pauper 25 50I Cox Thomas pauper 20 Cravens Geo tame 3600 Bhoda same 00 Combest LM team on roaJ 150 Joshua pauper 25 00 Cotton Wm same 40 Cox Mary B same 25 00 Clements Nancy same 30 00 Clements Wm team on road 6 00 Clements Perry same 4 50 Christie J W same 450- CuoleyAndy pauper 20 Dr tee F Huffman has been appointed by Guy Beckham as Commissioner uf lunatic Asylum at Lexington to fill the vacancy caused by the resiguation of JTudge JVDvHant Cochran Geo W judge election 2 00 Combest W R same 2 00 Cooper J J same 2 00 Cox Harry same 2 00 Dooley Jesse pauper 25 00 Delk Arch sam 40 00 Delk Zack team on road 2 25 Delk Melford same 2 25 Dye W T same 2 25 Same same 1 50 Delk Zach same 1 60 Dunham Dr 0 medical attention for pauper 30 00 Delk Melfurd team ou road 3 00 Dye W T same 1 60 Dauiel J B pauper 24 00 Delk Lecie same 20 00 Davenport Murrell teamJon road 1 50 Devcnport M J sheriff elect Lion 2 96 Debord B S Jndge election 2 00 Dye I C county clerk 282 00 Earles W T Team on road 3 00 Elmore Wm same 5 25 Emerson John same 1 Eld J W same 1 50 Emmeison Milton same 3 00 EmrnersonJohu same 4 50 Ellis Ilurdiu same 3 00 Elliott D G same 2 50 Same bridge lumber 1 EWs J A burial clothes forpan 4 00 Elliott W T team on road 1 50 Ewing George pauper 50 00 Edwards Taylor same 20 00 Earles Betsy same 36 00 Ellis T J team on toad 5 25 Earls B P ClerK Election 2 Elliott D G team on road 2 25 Frederick Knts keeping pan 19 00 Falconbeio JJ team on road 300 Frederick David pauper 40 00 Fewel Sam ie same 40 00 Fair Jonti J u Igo Election 2 00 Foster Geo E sme 2 00 Floyd J H Sheriff Election 3 04 Fry Of W Judge Election 2 00 Gadburry M G tem on road 1 50 God bey J L bridj lumber 1 25 Gruu s teuii rno 5 25 Gibsou Felix pauy 48 00 Gibonj Jas c rk Election 2 00 Goode J II Mienir Election 2 96 Godbey ItiJ ame 2 64 Gabehart G W same 2 88 Godbey Q C Cmuty Atty 500 00 Hall R W team on road 1 50 Same work on road 1 00 Hoskins J W Election Com 4 00 Hatter B W toos for road 16 55 Hatter J F lumber for road 1 50 Same team on road 1 50 Hattar H W tram on road 1 50 Holder J W same 1 50 Henderson Nelson pauper 25 00 Hines A T team uu road 1 50 Herren Dr C L Med attend ance to paupers 5 00 Same same 4 00 Same same 2 00 Same same 3 00 Same same 7 50 Hendrlckson J L team on road 4 25 Hollan G W Puu coffla 2 50 Same same 4 50 Hamilton James team on road 75 Hart James same 3 00 Same same 1 50 Holder W T same 2 25 Hat Field Peter pauper 24 00 Hat Field Sallie pauper 30 00 Hammond Dr L F medical attendance to paupers 6 00 Same same 10 00 Same same 25 00 Hollan W W team on road 1 50 Hollan G W same 1 50 Herren C L Sheriff Election 2 00 Fatter H W Clerk same 2 00 Hill William same 2 00 Johnson Parllee paupef 35 00 Johnson J V team on road 1 Johnson W B same 1 60 Johnson Jacob same 3 oo Jasper J C same 4 12 Jasper M T burled pauper 16 oo Same burial clothes 8 Jeter Geo B pauper coffins 54 Jones J D Clerk Election 2 oo King D L team on road 3 Kidd E H lumber for bridge lo 25 Same team on road 6 25 Same same 3 75 King Isham same 4 5o King Frank saws 5 25 Same bridge lumber 2 9o Long J J lumber for roads 5 35 Same team on roads 3 oo Land PO same 160 Lyon Webb 6 oo Lawless James Mme 21 oo IMrs Sallie Woods wife of W Woods a farmer near ILeene Jes samine county committed suicide by shooting herself with a pistol She had been in ill health for some time She leaves three small children f Lee B deputy sheriff 16 5o Lane NanoIe pauper 5o 00 Lay Stephen pauper 25 00 Luttrell Lottie same 23 ou Lowborn Sophia saws 3500 Lane John team on road 5o Lane Jo same 1 60 Lane J R same 5 Lowborn G R same Ii oo Lap J P Judtfe of election 2 oo Luttrell Boddy team ou fOld 60 Lauham Richard tame fio Leonaed Dude pauper 2j 00 HcQuarry S S team on road 2 5o Mcinibh J R same 1 5Jj W F Mclnibh same 15o Same same 1 5o Murphy Lord same 6 oo McDonald E R work on road 2 oo Keeks C C bridge lumber 7 35 Mays E M pauper 4 oo Minor IT B team on road 1 Montgom ry Vena pauper 3j oo McKey R bt team on road 5 25 WeWhortvr Chas same 225 Sanv ranip 1 5o MurjhyDr T medical at t sutio to paupers 2j oo Sam 2 oo McKinley F bridge lumber 3 2 IcWhorter J U team on road Vj fcWhorter Clay damn 2 5o IcWhorter Chat same 1 TlcDanllJohn burut clothes 1 2o McCFurcOcar team nal 3 75 McDonald E R same lo 5o IcDonaJd J Vf ktciiln pau per 240 08 oWls Welhy team Oi read 4 50 Merrltt Francis pauper 25 00 Merritt puny pauper 23 00 Maples Annie samp 25 00 Murphy Sarah same 30 00 Murphy T F burial clothes 5 25 Mills Henry work on road 1 00 Morgan M J pauper 72 00 Murphy J S judge election 2 00 Marpe J ft sime 2 00 Murphy Thos clerk election 2 ft May W T judge election 2 00 Minor W N deputy sheriff 2 00 Nolan S J team on road I 50 Newell J H same 1 50 Noll Samuel same 3 00 Nunnelly L Gf burying pau per 600 Owens Jordon pauper 36 00 Puttut John team on road 1 5o Pile Fayett same 3 oo Patterson Calvin same 75 Porter Winnie same 1 50 Penn D F bridge lumberli oo PeavyHouse F M team board 4 5o Polaton Elijah team on road 1 Preston Mary A pauper 45 00 Prindle Geo same 30 oo Patterson J S team on road 1 lo Popplewell Howard work road 1 87 Popplewell Mason team on road 3 37 Peyton John pauper 20 oo Pitman Cootz same 20 oo Pitman Jack same 25 oo Pelly Susan same 12 oo Pelly Sarah B same 24 oo Parker Ben same 45 oo Payne T B team on road 2 25 Purdon D M same 3 75 Porter Isaac same 3 00 Penn D E same 3 oo Pelly Ed sheriff election 2 98 u5oa ton justice peace 12 oo Payton Vincent judge election 2 oo Richardson Joseph work on road i 82 55o usseU John bridge lumber 9 00 Rainwater H F team on road 5 25 Rainwater G1tL same 3 75 Raney Joseph same 1 5o Russell Cyrus same 2 25 Rigney JtT 3 Royalty A H 3 oo Russell Cyrus same I 5u Roy Bud same 3 75 Richardson 25roo Rodgers Polly same 25 oo Randolph Logan children pau At Green Briar church in Mc Lean county Wednesday night upon the conclusion of a prayer meeting which They were attend ing James Wiggins Jtad Thomas Dnke engaged iu a flit and Wig gins was perhaps fatally stabbed MrtN pers 1200 Rodgcre l1adaJlnc saute 3 75 Roberta J BJ loam uu rual 3 Rlgglut J lisiwc 376 Same came2 25 Russell Riiu ty tame 0 Rigney Nannie pauper 25 00 Roberts John am on road 6 75 Riggijs M G 3 75 Same same J 60 Robert W S judge election 2 oo Roberts J Tfsame 2 00 Rodgers Lee clerk election 2 uo Sweeney Wm keeping pauper 125 00 Sutherland Jar team on road 75 Sayers F G same 4 5j Simpson Harrison tame 6 oo Steele Wallace some 3 oo Spears John same 1 5o Simpson Marlon same 6 Sulycrs Geo same 3 00v Salyers Add same 3 oo Spears John same 1 5o Smith Irena pauper 3o oo Sutherland Paulina same 25 00 Slaughter Gabe team on road 3 75 Sweeney C W same 9 oo Sweeney JP home 1 5o Same bridge lumbr 5 00 Same team on road 5 Smith Sallie pauper 15 oo Sweeney Ww keeping pauper AJ uo Suoue J B judge election 2 oo Spragens W A same 2 Sfciton R W justice peace 12 oo Tucker Tom team ou read 3 oo Same same 3 75 Taylor Ur H medical at tention fi paupr 3 2 Same same 4 Sit Sews saws b uu game saws 4 00 Taylor A D team ou road 5u Taylor T J baue 1 60 Thomas Win saws 1 3u Terry Cordelia pauper 25 uu Taylor T J team on road 1 50 Turner Green same 2 25 Thomas H J home 1 5u Taylor A D stiuu 3 oo Tinsley Wm same 2 25 Same same 1 5o Thomas W H same 3 oo Thomas S A saws 1 5o Turpen Jonathan pauper 5o oo Thompson Sarah pauper 48 00 Tate G S team on road 300 Y Same same 3 uo Taylor A N Judge election 2 00 Thomas J H J ustice Peace 6 oo Whipp John W election commissioner 4 oo Wall Talbot team on road 3 oo ou5oWesley Lee same 225 Wethington J Bsame 3 00 Wethington Pat same 1 60 Wethington Bennett same 3 oo Wethington Cletus same 5 25 Wethington Elias same 3 oo Same same 3 Wetbington Cletus same 7 5o Wethington Bennett same 3 Wethington Josheph same 2 Wethington Noah nails Wethington Bennet lumber for road 37 Wilkerson J L work on road 2 Woodaum Patsy pauper 25 oo Wilson Seymore pauper 2u 00 Wesley E F team on road 3 oo Wall Crenshaw waiter on pauper 7 oo Wall J F conveyed pauper to Liberty 3 oo Wall J A waiting on pauper 5 oo Wall David Team ou road 3 oo Ware John same 3 oo Wesley Dr J T medical aid to pauper 15 no Same same luj oo Wetberford Geo waiting on pauper 22 oo Warren Jerusha pauper 2j oo Wiser Amanda pauper 15 00 Wilcher Catberine pauper 2o 00 Ward Sarah pauper 20 oo Dr James medical at 7otentionto pauper 6 00 Same same 7 oo Wetbington J A team on read 4 5o Whitlock Jane same 3 oo WolfordW C sheriff of election 2 fo Wetblncrton B Judge 2 00I Wesley Perry same 200 Wheat John Ff same 200 I C DYE Clerk Tom Mill 13 years old of Bell county rode over a bluff on a bi cycle and was iutantly killed Mill was learning to ride and lost control of his wheel His neck was broken by the JSili f Iilmore Hotel W H WILOltK Prop Gradyville Kentucky no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed table attached RaniesTjf Bras Rance PRODUCE COMMISSION GOMPflNY m9 Street Louisville Kentucky 0 Trade of Adair aud adjuiniug counties iolicittd + Ol M WISEMAN SON of Sncccssors to fidam VOJt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS- Eutablished 1884 Dealers in Diamonds and Precious Stones u Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention oven to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2 Oposlte Murtc nan LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY of one tBSaothchilSi flen Irrbaa- ltNotbcbn b t tciltbnutn1L- 1ANUrrACTURERB f SJOEsILouisville Kentucky YETINERY WEOH or any snr vlan York done at lair prices SATISFACTION I am to take care of S D CRENSHAW mile jia Ii at IL Daullflfit flcetulene 126 Ixmlsvillo Kentucky Manufacturers Acetylene Machines lighting Churches Residences Etc One Engines and for Country Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor to 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Pelting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled work men Long Distance Phone 502 solicit correspondence mill operators iu this andadjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed 4 1 14 4 + 0010110110111 0111bat1 iIi 3Fine adoring Iii i iWhen I you go to Louisville I o suit 1EGGERSatI 1 i bailor i i 220 W Bet 2 and 3rd ILouisville Ky I N NNONN ++ + tm Stoves and Ranges 1 11 25For good grade of sheet iron stoves stove meuCOOK STOVES Sold with or without vessels extra low Come and get my prices before buying KyIActual Size Watches Solid Nickel case and American Stem winder nt war for year Hstulo Pollevil Tin GUAKAKTKB Axed L31lta Gas Go Second Street Gsa for Towns Stores Water Works Homes We from order your i 0 Abe Market Street 4444 225 Fully ranted Splints flmerican Wd6liG J 338ij EE5t The smallest for the moue and fully warranted for one year Just the thing for boys and girls and good enough for any man as an ordinary time piece If the watch does not give satisfaction return it to us by mail 2 cents and wo will send you another In the hundreds r we have sold not one came back Catalogue of all kinds of Watches andtJewelry pout free of charge s Established 1872 Reference 3rd Natlesai oak this city or any business keuee- LIBIOIIRABDET COy tiJT Iecri u tI Kentucky i lii TaR DKIRG UNrY NBWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE oesirINCORPORATED CHA8 8 HARRIS Editor devoted to the Inter a Democratic newspaper eats of the city or Columbia and the people o Adair nd adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poitofflce as second clas nall matter SPBSCRIPr N RATES JJBIXSTRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY DEC 4 The black plague is raging in Honolnla The prognostigators have predicted storms and very cold weather for this month English industrial securities are said to be in a very bad way and have been since the Boer war be gunA negress died in Brazil at the age of 160 years Why should not American negroes emmigrate to that land where tropical fruit and long life would be theirs Judge Taft Civil Governor of the Philippines is coming home to regain health His taste of be nevolent assimilation dosent seem to be enjoyable At the present session of Con gress an attempt will be made to reduce letter postage from two to one cent An effort to bring about that result has been tried often Mr J Stoddard Johnson who is well known over the State had the misfortue to lose his estimable wile Tuesday of last week They had been married nearly a half century Wall Street interests are fight i ig any reduction in the tariff hether it be direct or by the reci procity route It is hardly ques tionable as to the result for such interests own the Republican par- y Congressman Boreing Of this district has announced his candi dacy for reelection Will the Re publicans of this end of the dis riot concede that London has a monopoly on Congressional timber By order from the department tIe transfer of the Covington Col Jcctorship from D N Comiugore I j George W Lieberth has been postponed Charges have been filed against Lieberth and there i a chance that he will lose out Near Tazewell Tenn last week Monroe Treece was riding along the road and meeting Tolman Robinson saluted him thusly Halloo Old Popeye what do you know and as quickly as Robinson could get his gun Treece became an angel According to an assessment re cently made by the Railroad Com mission of this State there will be paid into the treasury within the next thirty days 24912247 Of this sum the Louisville and Nash ville and Chicago St Louis and New Orleans Railroad Companies will pay the greatest part The Elizabethtown News speaks truthfully when it says there is nothing purer than honesty n thing sweeter than charity nothing richer than wisdom nothing brighter than virtue nothing more steadfast than faith Stir round the home with all these and it heroines the ideal place for man who wearied with the burdens of theworld is seeking for csntent mentand happiness The health authorities of Buffa lo have discovered a number of cases of smallpox in hogs shipped from Chicago They say there are many cases of this disease in that oity and that Buffa lo swine are likewise affected If hogs can contract the disease from people then people caii cbntraot it from hegSj it would seem This being true undoubtedly V close watch will be keptJiy the uthorij t i MrD Jones in conjunction with his board of examiners werj bcfuegejl last week by the rapre sentatives of several book publish ers and the result is such that the parents of children in the school age will realize when they start their children to school next year We do not know the full extent of the change neither can we tell the authors of the adopted books but Mr Jones informed us that several changes were made We do not oppose any fair means that will aid educational work We favor advancement but are not willing to passively submit to placing bur dens on the great mass of people when the advisability of such ac tion is decidedly questionable The books in use in this county are good We never heard any complaint from defectiveness but are e now informed by Mr Jones that they are not good enough that the books adopted last week are far superior and that the change is justifiable This may be true but the people who will be forced to buy them have not yet made an examination have not yet given a decision Some say the McCor mack machines are the best som assert that the Deering heats the world some would not have either of these but cast their love on the merits of the Jones Chain Mower and Binder and some with the short pitman rod of th good old Champion The truth is they are all good do the work they are made to do Some assert that one set of books makes the way broader and clearer for the student others say they are bac numbers some want one author some want another The truth is that very little difference really exists in the works of the best au thors in educational books so lit tle in reality that no sweeping change should be made at the ex pense of the poor people who are forced to use them This change will cost the poor people of this county thousands of dollars It is not a demand of theirs but brought about by arduous work of book publishers not for the bet terment of our children but to ad vance their business We do not blame the sellers of books for push ing their work We do not criti cise the intentions of the board in making this change but we can not indorse their judgment in this matter for we believe that the great principles that underlie an education the rules that govern these ore in the main as clearly set forth in the works of one au thor as in those of another The Commoner calls attention to the fact that the only precinct carried for Palmer and Buckner in the whole country in 1896 gave a Democratic majority this year of seven votes It was Dudley township in Haskell county Kan sas In 1896 Palmer and Buck ner received three votes McKinley and Hobert two and Bryan and Sewell one Mr Bryan calls the attention of the goldstandard journals to this fact We suppose that Mr Watterson will explain and base his explanation on the fact that this was an off year but theres many off years for goldstandard Democracy as it is styled Fifteen months ago Miss Cora Waller died in an operating chair in Dr W E Clarks officeStnrgis Ky and immediately her lover blew his brains out his body fall ing across that of his dead sweet heart Dr Clark was arrested charged with the girls deathand upon trial was given ten years in the penitentrary He was granted a new trial and last week a jury returned a verdict of not guilty Stuart R Young late Treasurer- of the city of Louisville became a defaulter and ended his existence with a revolver He had friends who would have willingly paid him out had he made his troubles known He was a son of the well known lawyer Bennett H Young and was one of the most popular men in Louisville The indications are that his shortage will reach fifty or sixty thousand dol lars Will Harding of Eminence is low lying at the point of death on account of his fondness forJes se Hamiltonsswifealso of Eminence Mrs Hamilton ton a visit to Christ ansburg ind BardC ing followed Hamilton soon ap pearedupon the scene and with a dirk Harding was severelystabbed Mrs Hamilton is probably with her may riJij J fi f 4 The Republicans of the National House held a caucus lasting three hours last Saturday nominating Speaker Henderson and all the other former officers and by a decisive vote defeated Mr Hep burns effort to obtain by amend ments more liberal rules for the conduct of the business of the House I The Republicans realize the cor raciness of Democratic doctrine regarding the tariff and could the leaders carry the loyal and undi vided support of the many the have deluded we believe that th G 0 P leaders would come out and openly contend for tariff for revenue only Reciprocity is a byroad leading to free trade ADDITIONAL LOCALS Temperance Meeting At a popular meeting of the friend of temperance in Columbia Ky at the Courthouse in said town on Thurs day the 28th ult on motion Judg- James Garnett was elected Chairma- and W P Gordon Secretary After speeches by Gov Hindman Rev Shelley Rev Walton and others thee next General Assembly of the State be memorialized to adopt the following or some similar legislation as an amendment to the local option law An act to amend Section 2557 Chap ter 81 of the Kentucky Statutes enti LiqurIntoxicatingeby the General Assem bly of the Commonwealth Kentucky That section 2557 of the Kentucky Statutes be amended by adding thereto the following words towit The sale barter or loan of such outsidekdistrict or precinct to be delivered therein by a common carrier or other person and delivered to the purchaser thereto shall be considered as a sal in such local option city town trict or precint as it may be On motion said proposed amendment Is directed to be forwarded to the International Temperance Committee of the State with the request that they osour Senator and Representative are re spectfully asked to cooperate in secur ing such legislation and any otter leg islation as will promote the cause o temperanceOn motion it was decided that theproceedings of the meeting be published in the county papers and a copy sent to the Secretary of said Com mittee and to ourrepresentative in the Senate and House JAB GARNETT Chair W P GORDON Secretary Get Well and Keep Well The True source of bealth at last found Good news for the sick If every reader of the Spectator an News but knew of tire wonderful cur ative properties Dr T II Say mans vegetable remedies they would not be without them Cheapest and best All kinds of sickness yields surprising ly quick They are O K and are be ing used by many Get them Send for them By mall postpaid A T Bartlett Agent Cane Valley Ky J4 Born in AdairCounty Cracky Day Corn Lifter should bk applied every night for three nights when thecorn can be lifted out with out point of knife By math 25c ManI ufactuaed by A T Bartlett Cane Val ley Ky Paid list since our last issue Z L Samuels H A Murrell E J Page Newton Bryant Thos Moore Ed Baker Lafe Beauchamp W M Tar ter D P Rice W W Brockoian J B Delp C E Blakeman Geo W Williams R R Conover Dr A M Jackman J E Garnett John Arnold Matthew Taylor S R Elliott P H Bridgewater Cammonds J T Kemp The programme of the Teachers As sociation of Lincoln Co shows that an interesting meeting will beheld Wal tons Opera House in Stanford on the 14th The meeting will be opened by the song America and close in the sweet melodies of My Old Kentucky Home Prof M O Winfrey will deliver the opening address H K Walkup Glenvllle has a good combined horse in fine shape for sale The funeral services of Sam Wol ford took place yesterday at 2 oclock at his late residence dRAY CRAFT Mr W E Grider and Miss Cather ine Burton were united in the bonds of matrimony on the 17th W H Wolford and wife visited the family of SaM rell a few days ago Farmers have been very busy gathering corn Mr Oris Barger and Emory Steven son Russell county were visiting relatives here a few deysago- Mr Jesse Bryant is buildings neat storehouse near here Born to the wife ofW W Cravens the 25th a daugpter- MrElishaKlalbler aM Miss Viola Bryantwere married theasttu r Tler18 Dg at CoR corainoaihw6edbp Revbenbar- r Tvt r S t iIi t Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of cod stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant be Suited in ray ready made lino I am prepared to make iexaotly whatyou want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warrantedfor 12 months I have a nice lino of buggy robes whips etc JZw JKOK7VIKN Columbia Kentucky ELteKIMBLE KY dew Snow open for the trovella public the year round It is a large commodious build togas the picture In picates and is run firstclass in every particular e a PropnGRADYVILLE Prof G P Dill o n preacned at Breeding Thanksgiving day Our young people say we will have a a Christmas tree Rev Jas McKinney of Edmonton filled the pulpit at tbe Methodist church Wednesday night A B Wilmore spent a day or so at Liberty last week C O Moss and wife visited relatives in the Cool spring community Satur day night and Sunday Willie Wilcox and wits of Indiana irenWill King of Louisville accompanl ed by N M Tutt of Columbia were here last week eProf Harlan Hindman who has had the fever is improving J H Smith H A WalkerandA B Wilmore were at Greensburg Saturday and Sunday J E Creel of Camppellsville was here last week and bought of Allen Walker twelve cattle at 2l and 3c G II Nell is on the market in Louis ville with a carload of cattle and mules NellfProf G P Dillon preached a very able discourse at the Baptist church Thursday night Mrs L M Wilmore who has been dangerously sick is thought to be im proving Mr Isaac Taylor of Glensfork and Walkup Bros Jamestown were here prospecting We would be pleased to have them locate with us ExGov Hiodman and Robt Price of Columbia in company with our fox hunters spent one night last week in a good old time chase CampbellsdWalker Irene and Proto G BYates visited the Misses Caldwell at Portland Saturday iilght and Sunday Dr TJ L Taylor of Columbia was called to the bedside of MUs Tarter last week who is very sick W M Smith one of our best farm ers informed us tbat he raised some Tom turkeys this year that weighed 40 Ibs each Who can beat us H C Walker and family spent Sat urday night with W C Turk and fans ily of Bliss Died on the 28th with pneumonia fever at the home of her son lnlaw J S Denny Mrs Bettie Thurman aged 70 years The deceased was a tive of Pulaski county Died on the 27th Mr Reed Moss aged 70 years with paralysis Mr Moss was one of our best citizens and a true Christian gentleman a member of the Methodist church His funer al was preached by Rev T L Hulse before a large concourse of people and the remains interred in the family rying ground He leaves a wife sev eral children with a hot of friends to sympathize with them CANE VALLEY Brack Massie was in Louisville last week buying goods John G Sublett returned from Cleveland Ohio last Tuesday Jo Rice has sold his twenty acre farm to Jim Woodrum at 820 per acre Halicy and Geo Wilson of Frank tonInd are visiting their mother who is seriously ill Mrs Ed Hopewell of Columbia vis lUng her mother Mrs Alice Hen drickson last Saturday R B Wilson has shipped810000 worth of eggs and poutltry In the last twelvemonths Eld Z T Williams filled his regular appointment at the Christian church last Sunday Miss Jda Bell Rice of Taylorcounty- is visiting here Startling But True r mediciue cAery one knew what 1 grand Dr Kings New Life Pills swdtel D A Turner Dempsytown Pa IJyoud sell all you have In a day TWO weeks use es made a new map of mri lBflli4bte for cohAtlpatipn stomach and liver trouble 25 at ialls and WH Wilkiaaon Liberty 5 j1 i PHIL The farmers are about through gath ering corn They say they made more than they expected Mr Lum Corn perbarrelMr John Bonta of Burgin who is running the stave business at this place was taken very sck a few days ago Mr Ed Green superintendent of the mill conveyed him home We trust he may be able for business in a short time lie has given employment to quite a number of hands all of whom have great sympathy for him Proto Cabbell is teaching a singing goodinstructormake good music in a few days Mr Sam Damron tells us he is going over the river near Linnle We dont like to give him up but best of friends have to part Mr R Compton has bought tho farm where uncle Sam Compton lives and will move as soon as he can get posses sionMessrs Pryor Young and Marion Humprhey of Liberty visited friends here last week Quite a number of the boys spent the day with them hunt- Ing I think they made the feathers fly YOSCIIIdence about completed goodbusiiessgoods They also deal in staves lum ber and shingles There are two lumber mills and two shingle mills running near here no cuse for loafers everbody has a job that wants to work EUNICE The health of this community is very good Onr merchant Mr Eubarts is haying a fine trade Most all the farmers of this section are through gathering corn and the yield is quite goodco Mr Sam Swlggett is agent for the Singer sewing machine and is a hust ler W H Williams shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati recently The schools in tnls and adjoiningdis trlcts will close this week Citywhobrother Joseph E Hayes is visiting her grandson J S Breeding She Is seventyeight years of age and almost as active as a lady of sixteen MIss Sarah L Reason is visiting Miss Ann L Montgomery of Ozark Mrs Lona Rubarts and Miss Hattie Rubarts are visiting at Hustonyillc Miss Pearl Breedings school closed Monday and she returned to her home VesterJ has sold his farm on Sulphur to Mr Mace McCatree for 8700 Mr Cal Neal has a cafe of scrrlet ver in his family Mrs Abbie Beard who has been spending a fortnight with her brother W E CundlfI has returned home Misses Carrie and Della Harmon of Purdy were guests at J S Breedings Sunday W S Coffey hauled five cords at- wood with four horses on a log wagon Who can beat ft A surprise dinner was given to Mrs JIE Williams Thanksgiving by her daughtersinlaw Mrs W E and Mrs Williams They are deserving cooks and a better dinner can not be spread than by these ladies The following persons were present Misses Lola and Pearl Breeding Mr Charlie Williams Mr and Mrs W E Williams and family Mr WH Williams and fam ily Mr John Campbell and family Luck in Thirteen By sending 13 miles Wm Spiorey Walton Furnace Yt got a box of Buckleas Arsica Salve that wholly cured a horrible fever sore on his leg Nothing c lie could Positively cures bruises felons ulcers eruptions bolls burns and pflcs Only 25c Guara- nteedbyT Pauir Columbia WH WnkiwoHt Liberty rDruggists rM RIF1H pMENUE HOTEL 2 r 3uts 3 3i1i 0 BET 0 LOUISVILLE STREETSJ o 93 3 rEFE Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass y IRefurnsbed Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail 0 and Theatres X A O St Clair Asst M T osoe00 do eoom e eoo e o- i CHASABRIDGES WG BRIDGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable Picket 1bQbaccQ 9 WaJehotllse INDEPENDENT C 7 BRIDGES StCO PROPRIETORS Cor Eight and Main Streets Four months storage free Louisville Kentuckyf HP FEESE UNDERTAKER COLUMBIA KY Cases Caskets Burlial Robes and everything of the newest designs in my line I am prepared to answer all calls day or night Can furn ish a fine hearse at a very reasonable price HENRY KOEHLERC A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER CO 3oi1 = DOpRS SASH 33cE = = eie BLINDS INGSE LUMBER 12th and Broadway Otli antI Kentucky Louisville Kentucky Established 1827 ENTERPRISE HOTELiLOUISVILLE KY Saeondrland arid New G T BLACKLEY FRANKLIN e MOULD Best 8100 per Hotel in the city Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed The Datronage of Merchants Farmers and Tobacco Growers r is SolicitediChas F Gans Bro- Proprietors of s HARRY B PYNE ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNi CO t IMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN flachinery IOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main TeL 615 Write for Catalogue Louisvillea = Kentucky COUNTY day S D HUEST 11VOODFOBD COUNTY Independent Tobacco Warohousei BLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietors Auction and Private Sales DaiIvRETURNS PROMPTLY I1ADEt1119 to 1125 West Main Street Louisville Ky Four Months FreeStorageMark your Hhds Independent House AMERICAN INVESTMENT THE COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK S 25000 OC RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 QQ AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200OOO tAddreee all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY t QOCD TSBMS TO FIRST GLASS AGENTS J i 1 a r P1RSONALMINTIONMr a SundayIMrsEliza Willis removed to Dun ville last week Mr E T Wlllis left for Cave City Monday at noon Mr J C Doboney of Keltner in Columbia last Saturday Mr Chas Cabell Camp Knox in as town County court day Capt W W Bradshaw spent Thanks giving with the Lebanon Coo mandary a I The wife of Mr William Harvey near Glcnvllle is lying dangerously ill 1Mr Scott Montgomery is in Louis this week buying Christmas J T White and wife Mr J C Strange and wife visited at Burksvllle last week Messrs Matthew Taylor H K Walk up and Dr Wm Blair Glenville were In town Monday J Mr M Cravens and Mr W F Jeffries were in the Wayne County fields last week Messrs John D Sharp and Sam Elliott Amandaville were In Columbia last Monday Mr W A Coppage of Litchfield traveling salesman for Strator Bros spent last Sunday in Columbia Mrs Klzzle Murrell left for Louisville yesterday morning and will lay in a fresh supply of Christmas goods ii Dr A M Jackman and Mr Geo H Blankenship two prominent citizens t of near Creelsboro were here last Mon dayIMr L A McClure of Russell coun ty was In town Saturday and ordered the News sent to a friend in Illinois fur which he paid us 1 00 Mr H H Dunbar and wife James town spent Sunday night in Colum bia They were en routh home hav ing been to Taylor county to attend the funeral of Mr Dunbars sisterin law Mrs Dora Nell and her little son Lewis daugbterin law and grandson of Mrs Geo Nell this city are visiting in Columbia Mrs Nell resides near Boswortu Mo and this Is her first vis it since her departure ten years ago Dr Minziean osteopath of Cumberland county was in Columbia last Monday He brought with hlma twelve yearold girl a Miss Dillon who he is treating and his object coming to this place was to consultI with and have Dr Eoster see theI patients Mr W D King representing Her- Nashvilleman Bros Lindauer Co Tenu reached Columbia last week He visited a number of the principal stores of Adair county and was very successful in taking orders Mr King represents the boot and sboe depart ment of this firm and carries an ele gant line of samples Capt W E Cabell who spent twoc years in the Philippines was in Co lumbia last week He appears to be in fine health stating that the life of a soldier agreed wihh him fairly well At present Capt Cabell is making his home with his mother in Green coun I ty lIe has not determined upon a permanent location but will probably t make his homein Lexington He is a good lawyer with accurate business qualifications and a very elegant genb tl wJLOCAL JOTTINGS j Circuit Court commenced at Liberty lasts Monday 25ifor 7 bushel barrel Salt W L WALKER Fen SALE on nENTa residence on College street See J M Traylor Columbia Ky Mr WL Walker makes prices to the trade this week Read what he has to sap- Town tax is now due The per cent goes on Dec 1st Geo Coffey Collector An electric railway leading from lumbia to Danville Junction or Camp bellsville is now the talk Quail hunters have not met with the usual success The weather has been too dry for the birds to show them selves Monday was County Court and a fair crowd was in town A little stock changed hands end the merchants did a good business Quite a number of the young men of the town were out rabbit hunting yes terday They met with very good r success add had an abundance of fun Hy residence on Burksville street is or rent Everything convenient ET WILLIS Columbia Ky t We will ask all who are owing us co come and settle without further notice By so doing you will greatly oblige Miss Tin BRADSHAK rIM EFFIE The Green Circuit Court closed last Saturday During the term the lowing persons were convicted John Jayficid borsestealing three years in the penitentiary EppLIle malicious shooting one year Ernest Roe break Jng Into Strullsstore three years 825prbarrel for good soundcore shucked W L WALKER The funeralof Mr W R Dohoney will be at Union at 11 oclock today Buy the smokeless and orderless Wil burine coal oil and have a light Per sale by yrL Walker sOur bargain Shirt Sale is still onrdont miss them Russell Murrell INew line double and single barrel shotguns just received at W L Walkers Prices below competition Just received a fresh lot of Fine proof oil thus per Gallon RUSSELL MURRELL Thooyster supper given by the ladles of the Presbsterian Church last Thursday night was wellattended and very much enjoyed The good cndition of roads dues not stand as acred to the overseers but is the result of a protracted spell of hog killing weather Hudson Page carried a drove of cattle to near Creel last week and put them in a stock field They also bought quite a number of hogs in Russell county Mr T R Price and family have re moved from the country to Columbia and are occupying the Wilson property on the hill Mr Prica is a good citi zen add himself and family are wclcom ed to our midst LOST the fourth Sunday in Oct between A G Willis and Joppa a pair otsp cks The Under will please return to ihe News office with thanks A G WILLIS A new lot of sample Wraps Furs and Dress Skirts less than wholesale prices at Russell Murrells 2t We are now selling our hats at cost for cash to close out our entire stock before the season closes We have some very stylish and uptodate goods yet MRS SALLE BRADSUAW Miss EFFIE BRADSHAAV We have tilled several orders recently for wedding invitations and announcements and take this method of informing all those who contemplate taking passage on the matrimonial sea that we are prepared to do the prInt- Ing en firstclass materialthe very latestjThe Gradyville High School will open first Monday i n January Primary course 8150 Intermediate course 8200 Teachers course 2 50 Good board can ba obtained for SltO for full week from Monday until Fri SI00 Address John W Flowers Principal BlisjKy Columbia Ky Nov 6th 1901 Mr A T BartlettCane Valley Ky Dear Sir It gives me much pleasure to endorse Dr Sapmans Vegetable Remedies which you are handling The cough cure and tonic oil unsurpassed Every ody should buythem Yours truly D Schooling New Yrk Home Fire Insurance Agent Mr M H Myers who receutly bought the Columbia Roller Mill will have an expert machinist and miller- to overhaul the entire machinery and make every thing as good as new Mr Myers is firstclass miller himself and knows the value and Importance of having machinery capable of giving the best resnlts He will also put in an eclectric plant for the purpose of lighting the mill but will be able and willing to to light the town and all business and dwellings It desired Hon Gco Nell this place who has been appointed Deputy Collector for the Fifth District Lebanon Division will not take charge of the office until the first of January He has not yet determined upon removing his wife to Lebanon but it is more than likely she will remain here She has a comforta ble home and the propriety of break ing up is aserious question Mr Nells office will be in Lebanon and he can reach Columbia as often as necessity requires We once read a story entitled Look Ing Through the Windows and for the past two weeks we have been al most daily reminded of the picture drawn The showwindows of the various stores about town are filled with attractive articles suitable for Christmas presents had the little girls and boys stand for hours looking and at the same time are wondering what Santa Ciaus wiil bring them We hope none of them will be disappoint ed and that all their little hearts may be filled with joy on the morning of tne25th Instant Cards are put announcing the marriage of Mr Coy E Dudgeon to Miss Vara Butler December 18th 7 p m In the Christian Church Cane valley The jntended bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Butler near this city and Is an accomplished and popu lar ypupK laciy Mr Dudgeon is a son Jrtrvsind Mrs R T Dudgeon of Cane Valley and is a young man of good moral and business standing and a successful merchant Heres the good will of the Nwsprosperlty andtiJp plnCflS Every bddy invited to attend the wedding 4 f ATTENTION IT An Inspection is Invited at W Jc r Walkers Unusual Sale of Merchandise 7ooooiooooooooiooooooooio Dress Goods Department 50c yd for all wool Chevoit all colors 50c yd for 42 Inch all wool Serge all colors 45cyd 27 In h11 wool suiting for Tailor made suits 25c yd 34 in Black dress nice quality 20c yd 28 in Black dress nice quality Velvets and Silk f New trimings in Rich New Velvets arid SUk You will have to see my line of trimmings to appreciate them 25c for a ladies full size Union Suit I5c for ladies Long Sieve Vest 25c for ladles long fleece lined Vest 25c for Misses Childrens Union Suits lOc for Infants net Vests worth 20 Tie for nice flannels nice dark dress styles 81c fur nice flinnels nice dress styles lOc for ladles black fleece lined hose 15c for ladles black woolen hose 20c for ladies heavy black ribbed hose New Calico just in New Percales just in Saxony Yarn Shelland Yarn and Ice Wool GOc pound nice knitting yarn white back or grey 50c pair for nice white blankets 5On for heavy comforts large size S225 pair for nice all wool blankets 300 pair for extra heavy all wool blankets white or colored Co thing and Overcoats clothing depjrtment bargins allwdolclay blrdseyej lI Department We and youths tolSyrs yrs forayouth youth fac McIntosh tor corduroy pant beavycorduroy Clothing clothing specialty bottom prices beavv water slicker My Cloak Department ceived Cin cinnati where purchased 50c on the lot Lad iesMlsses Childrens Jack eta 50 style Jacket last season 800 ladies late style jacket in black castor have jackets in black nicely trimmed in all If you black jacket you one- Jackets and Capes childrens for nice Velvet Cape trimmed fast braid 5jMy brim full of 50O for all black faultless suit 8750 for mens al Clay worsted suit 8750 for mens Worsted in all styles looo for all looo for slims in Abre goods 12 Tai much can not be slId for our 12 suits They are style wake and finish can you eight different stylts to select from 275 fora maus all over coat- S 00 for lung storm us high collar 8600 for genuine nIl wool Kerrey overcoit J7i fur an all iea ovcrcut for tIle nests thins fancy Ra and have Ky about them Boys not forget the boys 100 tara suits from 125 for all suits 8 to 15 250 suit 15 to 18yrs 275 for over coat from 15 to 18 500 for all ed overcoat Doc for all wool jeans pants men boys 915O mens heavy 125 for youths pant SOc pr for Boys knee pants Odd large stock to select from at DOc for mans heavy duck coat Doc for boys heavy duck coat 1 25 for mans proof duck coat 15o lined duck coat velvet collar I have just re from I dollar a of a n d I 4 for a nice late No goods In Castor v blue worth 5oo for a blue brown I 20 ladles i length want a must not miss this to or or or 1o and up for Misses and Jackets lot just received 65c for ladies full size black wrap 75c for ladies full size back wrap trimed 8125 a jadies full size 2 So for a ladies long double cape in a mans wool wool wool 5o 5 in fit wool 5 a r a wtul 3950 land ihit are date wool 8 wOOl from wool Odd a a 5oo sizes New a a Shoe Department 7Sc for ladles shoe heavy or light button or luce loo for 250 Mens shoes worth 200 The above two lots of shoes are a bargain bought less than it cost to nuke them loo for a mans heavy split shoe loo for a mans heavy lace shoe loo for boys tine shoe 3 tT 5 7sc for bays fine shoes 3 and 4 only a bargain Full line boots and over shoes cheap 2gc for a mans heavy undershirt a5c nr for mens heavy drawers Soc for mens extra heavy fleece shirt soc pr for mens extra fleece drawers 5oc for mens extra heavy woolen over shirt Groceries Olc Ib for granulated sugar cash only blight brown sugar cashonly 3c lb wire nails 8 to 40 50 for ball potash Soc for extra good chopping axe 225 for 7 bu barrel Michigan salt 15c Ib Monarch Roasted Coffee IDC Ib good green coffee Ploo sooooKoooMocxoi Above I make you a few prices that fire very low r J will take till lands ofpro r duce in exchange except Where prices are marked cash only WL WALKER COLOMBIA r KElTnnKY j i 3 i f f t r AGOOD MANGONE Mr Wm B Djbhoiicy Oiio of Adairs Host Prumiiicut Farmers DIED LAST MONDAY AFTERNOON Monday afternoon at 815i Mr William Rhodes Dohoney a prominent farmer mId a loyal and high ly respected citizen paid the debt due frJm all the hviug Azotic one wk ago he contract ed a avro cold terminating in pneumonia He received the closest attention but lie gradually grew weaker until the end came lie was a consistent member of tie Cumberland Presbyteriui church and had been for many years He loved his church and supported it liberally and was re markably kind to his family and friende He had a smile for every ono met and willingly gave alms to the needy He was honest from his youth up a priceless heritage left to his aged wife and devoted sons and daughter Had the deceased lived until the 11th day of this month he would have been eighty years old He was a man that will be greatly missed from tho home and religi clone circles and to the wife SOIlS and daughter this community tenders its deepest sympathy The funeral services were conduct ed by Rev W H C Sandiage and the interment was at Union S M TVolford Passes Away Yesterday morning at the hour of 2 oclock Mr Samuel M Wo ford a well known gentleman of this place in tho presence of his devoted wife mother and other relatives sucumbed to Him who rules the universe and passed into the world beyond The deceased was about thirty five years old and had been a del icate man for more than a year a sufferer of chronic kidney trouble but did not take his bed until two weeks ago DUring his last days he was constantly attendpd by two physicians who did every thing known to the profession to relieve his sufferings The deceased was a son of the Gen Frank Wolfordaud was born in Liberty Icy removing with his parents to Columbia when qnite a small oy About twolvo years ago ho was happily married to Miss Bert Eubank of this place who survives him Sam Wolford was a mm of easy temper and possessed a pleasing disposition lie was a friend to every body lIe was a trua and devoted husbanda characteristic that should adorn the lives of nil menThe funeral services will bcou ducted by Rev W B Cave The interment in tin c ty c mtry- To the aflliijt d ones the fiyin pathy of Columbia is extended John Martin Hardin Dead Last Tl1urs11Y afternoon the citizn of Columbia were greatly surprised and words of sympathy were freely expressed when the sad news the death of Mr John M Hardin spread over the community He was born and reared in Columbia and was a son of Parker C and Caroline Hardln and brother of Mrs U L Hatcher and Miss Sarah Hardm this city He was also a brother of Mr J C Hardin who resides Indiana Ga- P W Hardin and Mr Ben Lee Hardin Harrodsburg and Mrs Sophia McBreyer Lawrenceburj The deceased was Cl years old the 17th of last September and had been an active business man from the time he passed from boyhood He began his business career as a clerk for Baker C Gilmerthis placcand later removed to Bloomlngton where he continu ed In the mercantile business and where he washappilymarried Sever al years ago he removed to St L iuU Mo and was engaged in the wholesale glassware business when the end came He was sick ony two weeks but his condition did not become alarming un til a few days before he tiled Gen T Hardin was noticed ou the 22nd of of his critical illness and was with him when the dissolution came Monday morning the 2oth ult The deceased was a very intelligent mat an interesting convcraaliODaist and his old associates of this place were especially fond of hm Ills death brings sorrow to al his schoolmates and his two sisters who were living Inhappy anticipation of a visit from him and his devoted wjfqlp the early spring are almost lieartbrpkeu May Gods grace help them lobear this sore affliction and to the widow left with out issue and motherless and fatherless the deepest sympathy is felt Mr A D Patterson has removed Iron the cottage pear the residence of Mrs Georgia Shjslton preparatory lorJeavlBg for Jamestown The duty lagfe vacated will b ofccKpiwl by MrI Gco Coffey as we undoriiWim S i Married BUSTEU tALLENL a s tThursday evening at 6 oclock Mr B F Buster of CreeJsboro was married to MissEd- na Allen of the Irish Bottom The rites were solemnized at the home of the bride Eld Clinton Winfrey offici ating The attendants were Mr 011 Campbell and Miss Fannie McCoy Mr SlIcers Morgan and Miss Viola Carr Only the relatives and a few Intimate friends witnessed the union After the an repast was servedconsistingof the best the coun affordedMr and his happy bride are highly respected in Russell county where they were born and reared and their numerous friends extend their congratulations trusting that their happiness may linger with them so long as they both may live The infair dinner was served at the home of tire prroomand in elegance and diversity of raiaVcs rquac1 the re past that was served after the ceremo ny Thnscatt ncliLg the infair were Mr and Mrs II H Clayton Mr and Mrs W B Self Mrs L H Buster Misses Cora Winfrey Fannie McCoy Mae Bmter Viola Carr and Mrs B iItJ1areneoDunbar and Fayette Hlgginbottotu All of whom are well wishers for the ture happiness of the young people NOTES AT TILE WEDDING cn Campbell sustained a slight at tack of founder- L C Smith had the misfortune to fall in a glass of float and came near being drowned before help could be given him We dont ask that C F Dunbar and T L Hivginbottom become total abstainer but they should let modera tion he their gtide when It comes to drink ieg wedding fljat The tueetidc c inducted by Eld JQ Monttromiiy cli Sd last weetc and the people of this town would citJVpll to rcmemb r his closing admonition lie spoke of the good name and prestige that Co umbii pad Adair county eu jojed In forma years edld not claim that it had departed but intima ted tlfat the lights that gave the lus tre had in a measure been dimmed which no fairmind person familiar with the conditious of thirty years ago und the environments of the present will deny His declaration No people no community will ever rise above their religion and educational facilities is a fact indisputable Thir ty years ago this town had tbe reputa tion of an educational center and this reputation was backed ly two good schools The moral atmosphere we are tod was purer and the piety of her churcb people unsurpassed Her schools by unkno vn causes to us de generated one ceased to exist while the other barely retained life The ocean ebbs and flows at regular intervals Communities and countries like wise nv and ebb but not at stated times No town no country no insti tution can retain power or greatness when In departs from the sources that und r i balds and maintains true greatness No institution or community can reach a high position and hold U unless eternal vigilcnce is kept It requires much time and expense to produce restitutions of learning to give a community prestige in the mor a aid s icial world but a few mistakes and a few fleeting years are utUcient ui alit to wn cs Institutions ruin ciety and destroy Nations Coming track ti iliS community and accepting Hi prlti q t CimmunMi s r sa u tub in other rd ebbs and iws we tint uiUth iviiinilaiitiii iu picturing a hrjjiht futun fr this town and this aitntuui y Theres nit a doubt but Ir pcopta are awakeuisg to the generacy of this section that the now tile or rebuilding its former institu tions and regaining its prestige ha set in with an Jnvinc ble determination The SI F High School that dd so much od m my yeas ago has taken on new life and her facilities are now approximating her gamiest days Whilelthis school is forking to thefrout and giving opportunities to this section oat eujiyed fur many years there is in tbe minds of the Meth idisb and the peopeuf tbissectlon to aid further in advancing this pomtnunity by estab Hshlng a college under the direction of the Louisville Conference Rip Van Winkle slept twenty years but his no ble dug left him in the beginning of the nap his gun stock decayed his conditions changed No people no comniuntiy will ever rise above their religion and educational facilities Eld Z T Williams has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Christian Church this ity to take effect Jan uary ist 1002 In giving his reasons for resigning he stated that he did it for the good of the congregation lIeving that a pastor should be employed wbo coud live in Columbia and vote more time to Cuurci work The Church has not yet taken action in this matter but to an outsider there ute many reasons w y ilr Williams should be prevailed on to continue his pibtoraye He is a good mana man in whom all people have confidence lIe Is an able minister and devoted to the work which Is essential to the moral advancement of any community Wo would be glad to have Bro Williams and family move to Columbia Bring us that load of wood you prom ised some time igo Remember our stoves take 18 Inch wood The action of the temperance meets Thuilayolu mil Mr LcoSiiiUbjOt lhls conuty and Mr Clarence U kjr ef Burksvllle have biilit tee Livery business In that city Bbtharenlbe mon and we jifedicta successfurcareef Li a CHRISTMAS GOODS I have a full line of Christmas Goods They will go at the lowest pricas Give me a callEt Yours Truly COY E DUDGEON Millinery at Greatly Reduced Prices As the season has adran ed I hare reduced my Fall and Winter HHllnwy I still have on hands a complete iiio that I will sell lower than the lowest MRS EMMA T STRANGE Columbia Kentucky Died James Logan Shepard wisbori SOT 22 1882 and died Nov 20 1101 He was the eldest son of Wm It and and Esther Shepherd Ho died at Font Hill Ky In the bloom ot ruin hood He was beloved by all who knew him and leaves a host of rata tives and friends to mourn hit lost He was the favorite of his relatives and numbered his friend by the nutber of his acquaintances To the bt reared parents brothers sisters and friends we would say that he Is In the hands of a merciful God who doeth all things well j L c Dr A M Jackman who has beei a yJorfollowing Incident at the Marcum Hotel this city last Sun aynlght Itwas during the war and puerrlltaree thick and it was a difficult matter for a citizen to keep a saddle horse The doctor had a good one but kept him hid out the most of the time and frequently rode a steer to meets a tall lie used a saddle and the steer pared along at a rapid pair The doetjr wore shabby clothes hs lair totijr and curly lookogikeevery thing but a professional man The lines ere closely watched by both sides to see that medlrInc was not sentovcr One day he was pacing along the road when he came upon a f quad of Confed erate soldiers He was halted and dis mounted and the first question asked him was What have you In those saddle rider doctor YesslrlIe so honory the soldiers did not believe him and an old gentleman was beckoned to come forward When he came up he was told here is a man who says he is a doctor The old gentleman straightened up and addressing Jackman said Draw out a bottle of medicine and the order was obeyed What do you use that for said the soldier He was toU Orders were continued until Jackmau hId explained tho coa tents of his siddte riders Then the old soldier who wasJUi surt jf1t of file regiment said L t hm Co lhj is alright he knows hh businos When Jackman mounted his steer and started off the soldier rom trkcul Well he may be a doctor but Ill b- edd if he looks like one s Miss Lillian lloladay daughter of Mr James Holladay met with a very serious accident last Sand ly foremnu Sbe was driving a young borseand was enroute to serviceat Shiloh church The backing strap of vise shifts M kj causing the blgijy to run fljriiiit o horse and he begin kck ud j mr iliss Lillian became fi Editor ei tiJsprang from the vehMe briMkniinhu small bone in her tft MC lIst alrthe ankle DrJ II Ural was cc ell and finding the limb in swat a swu en condition tint IH iMiri u c only a temporary baadarijftf In a few days it will be put in plaster parish It will be severil weeks bif ire the young lady will be allo Ui bo out Pearl hunting in Cumberland rlTer has become quite profitable business Mr Geo S Blankensblp welltodo citizen who lives near Creoisboro nhlle in Columbia the first nf this week informed the Sews that heh d made more money hunting pears this yeas than he made on his farm Ills farm Is a good one u o The pearl is found Inside the muscle enl many hire been secured ranging In value from tun to five hundred dollars Many people have tents and camp upon the river during thesumuicrscasou The poaris are sold In New York There will de preaching at the following places next Sunday T V Walton Columbia W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead Z T Williams Dunville W H C Sandldge Marrowbone W P Gordon Mt Carmel T L IFulse Gradyvllle A W Baugh Est J P Vanhoy Antioch C F Breeding Providence W B Cave Zou J ff Grider Russell Springs Alexander Slap tcton a young man about 22 yeans old was accidentally shot last week by Frank Corbln The young men were out bird hunting sad Corbins gun wasaccidentally dljctiarg ed the load lodging in the calf of Stapletons leg The wound is not dangerous bat it will take several weeks for It to heal Prof B W Granger who is prin cipal of the M F High School delivered the Thanksgiving sermon at the Christian Church A large as sembly was out and the discourse was very entertaining Thatrraekei last Saturday night on the east sfde titl ware was a idfs grate to any cwaiiiiaiiy Thft kw should be vigorously enforced against such conduct Courier Jourual and Ieai t Jl5o year d i OBITUARY On the evening of Nov 15 1001 the sun went down on the home of R L Rudd of Tiago Texas and the inmates thereof clinging to the last faint hope that Alice the now deceased companion might outwrestle that dread disease that had already placed its death ceil on her and yet recover to fill with joy the anxious hearts of loved ones who had so untiringly watched and waited day after day for some sign of recognition But alas despite all physical aid and loving hands could do the morning of the 16th dawned only for us to learn that the last hope had faded That grim monster death laid his icy hands on her and at 680 oclock on the morning of the 16bh she breathed her last She was born in Adair county Ky August 22 1874 professed her faith in Christ in 1889 and in 1891 was united in matrimony with Mr Budd six children being the result of their union two of whom have gone just a little ahead of the mother and stand becon ingher to theland of Bulah Then why should we weep for Alice Howcould she stay here Its true in her death her husband has lout a truly devoted wife one who had been a helpmate indeed and a he will doubtless remember her VV timely counsel and ready help and there will long bd an aching void that seemingly the world can never fill But bear it bravely Bob for we know from experience that the cross is not too heavyI Just think hor spirit has only winged its flight and gone to its reward and our stay behind is only transient We know that home will be dark without her but the time will come that you wouldnt call her back to this world of turmoil and trouble even were it in your power and that mother who is careworn and grief stricken we would say look to Il higher power for comfort Jesus j lone can help Our sympathy is thine but that wont heal the wounds Truly your friend MRS Y SB The Negro in the North Bryans Commoner It was to h the been expected that Northern papers would wax wroth and grow bitterlysarcastic in replying to Southern strictures upon the Pres ident for entertaining Booker T Washington at dinner But the jnthern papers are replying by asking some pertinent facts They t tint out the fact that Northern ve for the negro is confined to election day How many business Mites in the North employ negro cl rks How many negro train nan are employed on Northern I railways How many negroes 1 ive been appointed to postmas t rships in the North How t many Northern States have elect ed negro Senators or Congress i ijen How many negro mechan ic are employed in Northern mills f olfactories alongside white mechanics North he is limited to the position of porter in hotels aid restaurants Is there a negro iiuotype operator on any great daily newspaper in the North that is so roundly denouncing theI iJouth for its attitude toward theI RooseveltWashington dinner incident Does any one of these Northern Republican newspapers employ a negro pressman a negro reporter or a negro city editor Some of these days the negro will realize that he has nothing togain from the alleged friendship of men who seek to use him for political purposes only Asleep Amid FlamesIBreaking into a a blazing home someI firemen little dragged the sleeping inI mateS from death Fancied security and deathnear Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont to do it Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption gives sure protection agiinst throat aDd lung trouble Keep it near and aAQid suffering death and doctor bills A teaspoonful stops a late cough persistent use the most stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its 81eFree trial bottles at T E Paulls and W H Wilkinson Liberty xiv Jamfes Labaree a Kentucky mountaineer audcivil war veteran will wftlk from Kentucky to Washington to press a claim fora pen sion He made the same journey 600 miles jn twenty ifiree days billastJpassediLOST C R and Russ creek a grey plush cape Find swell pleasereturn to C E Eoyse was lost two or three weeks ago ojf 1 a Paynter Dissents fron Opinion Chief Justice Paynter filed a short but salted dissenting opin ion in the PrattBreokinridge case in which after indorsing the oth er dissenting opinion by Judge Hobson he says This Court in 16 opinions has recognized that the Legislature had the constitutional authority to create boards of contest Four of them arose under the constitu tion of 1850 and the balance un der the present one Nearly all of those which were delivered un der the present constitution arose before there was any controversy over what was oomt only called the Goebel election law The majority opinion is not only iriconflict with this long line adjudications but is disregardful of the interpretation which the Legislature and Executive of the State have given the constitution since 1850 Besides it disregards the plain letter of Section 158 of the constitution which confers upon the Generally Assembly the power to provide by general law for the trial of contested elections The opinion delivered in this case is an unfortunate ona and far reaching in its consequences and effect It unsettles the law which has been settled in this State by numerous decisions rang ing over a period of 50 years and it is in disregard of the interpre tations which every branch of the government has given the consti tution for that period It is rev olutionary in character It is such opinions as this that bring reproachupon courts Speak Well of Your Town It is not the size of a town but its character that makes it a desirable place to live in A live and prosper ous town is a desirable one and a town may live and prosper and yet be small Every citizen in town should be in terested in its prosperity One of the ways to help your town is to speak well of it It is true patriotism to stand by your town and self interests as well As a man who speaks ill of his family lowers both himself and his family in the estimation of others so does a man who cares little for his own town and community sel dom cares much for his country Them n who is respected by others spects himself and his neighbors and patriotism begins at home Another way to help your town is to do all you can to beautify it Beauti fy your own property all you can and then beautify the street Be friendly to everybody and courteous to strang ers Your civility will help to make good impressions and will be carried away and cherished Never forget that you arc part nf the town and that your deportment helps to make up the strangers estimate of the place Sell all you can and buy all you can If you have means invest it in some thing that will give employment to somebody Always cheer on the man who goes in improvement Do not kick on a proposed improvement sim ply because it is not at your door A town that is improving is also spreading out If a rich man starts a project encourage him if a poor man starts help him Dont be afraid to thrust your hand down In your pocket to help a public enterprise More town have been killed bysuchrefusals than in any other way The citizens of any prosperous town are always publicspirited and united Stand together Work gether for the interest of the whole town Always stand ready to do your best Dont grumble and spend your time prophesying failure but help to make every enterprise a success Every man owes something to the community for his success be it great small Be energetic be enterprising and your example will be follow ed Quthrie Graphic J About live years ago I was tronbled with catarrh of the lower bowel says CT ChisholM 484 Dearborn Ave Chicago and although I consul ted several eminent phi sicians who prescribed for me I found their rtmedles failed to in any way relieve me and the trouble almost bdcame chronic After suffering several months J one day concluded to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy and I beg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprised tofind after taking two doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that had cost me so much trouble and annoyance I am thankful to say that I have not sufferep from it since For sale by M Cravens Believing that he had killed hi wife in shooting at a fancied burglar William D Brookman oom mitted suicide at his homeina Chicago suburb 1 11 I Missionary Institute The following is the program of an Institute to be held at Rowena begin ning December 10 at 930 a m Monday evenings sermon J P Van hoy Tuesday morning What can the Sunday school do as an educator G P Dillon As to practicality JA S G Shelley Afternoon session Womans work Home Missionary Society Mrs Geor SheltonForeign Missionary Society Misses Effie McFarland Cora Ballou 6 oclock Sermon G P Dillon Wednesday rooming Foreign Missions Who is my neigh bor W N Coffey Authorty for Foreign Mission J P Vanhoy Sermon T L Hulse Afternoon session Purpose and Utility of Epworth League Mrs S G Shelley Can we have an Epworth League in the coun try T L Hulse Question Box Sermon G B Breeding Tuesday morning Home Missions Prospect in our Home Fields W P Gordon What shall we and how can we do in the Columbia District W A Beck Sermon J A Johnson Afternoon Session Systematic giv ing S G Shelley W P GORDON How to Cure Croup Mr R Gray who lives near Amenia Duchess county N Y says Cham berlains Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used It is a fine childrens remedy for croup and never faile to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has developed it will prevent the attack This should be borne In mind and a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at band ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear For sale by M Cravens Three trainmen were killed and several others injured in a head end collision between two L and N freight trains at Hughes Sid ing Ala seven miles from Birm ingham Luck in Thirteen By sending 13 miles Wm Splorey Walton Furnace Vt got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly cured a horrible fever sore on his leg Nothing else could Positively cures bruises felons ulcers eruptions bois burns and piles Only 25c Guaran teed by T E Paull Columbia WH Wilkinson Liberty Druggists J E Nobles a traveling sales man for a Columbus 0 house was found dead with the gas turn edon his room in a hotel at Jack sonville Fla A Startling Surprise Very few could believe in looking at A T Hoadley a healthy robust blacksmith of Tilden Ind that for 10 years he suffered such tortureslfrom rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change follow ed his taking Electric Bitters Two bottles wholly cured me he writes and I have not felt a twinge in over a year They regulate the Kidneys purify the blood and cure rheumatism neuralgia nervousness improve diges tion and give perfect health rifty c and 8100 Tral bottles free at T E Paulls and W H Wilkinson Liberty A Danville man who is over run with rats and who has used all sorts of poison traps etc to no purpose advertises for one hundred cats for which he agrees to pay ten cents each Startling But True If eAery one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes DA Turner Dempsytown Pa youd sell all you have in a day Two weeks use eas made a new man of me Infalliable for cobstipation stomach and liver troubles 25c at Paulls and W H Wilkinson Liberty At Vernon Ill two little child ren of Charles Baes were burned to death Mrs Bass was fatally burned in attempting to rescue the children Pneumonia Prevented Among the tens of thousands who have lured Chamberlains Cough Remedy for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has resulted in pneu monia Thos Whitfield Co 240 Wabash Avenue Chicago one of the most prominent druggists in that city in speaking of this says We recom mend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe In many cases as it not only gives prompt and complete recovery but also counteracts any tendency pf lagrlppe to result in pneumonia For sale by M Cravens Miss Fannie Smythe will open school at Montpelier the first Monday in January t Cures Eczema I telling Humors Through the blood by taking Botan ic Blood Balm B B B which makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore scab scale boil or eruption and stops the itching of enema B B B cures especially the worst and most deepseated cases BB B kills the humors in the blood Druggists 81 Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan ta a dance near Irvine Luther Brown who was trying to quell a a disturbance was shot in the back and instantly killed The Best Plaster Apiece of flan ol dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame hack or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which itaffords Pain Balm also cures rheumatism One application gives reli r For saleby M Cravens Charged with the heinous crime of criminally assaulting his fif teen year old niece and being un willing to face the trial John P Helpstein committed suicide at his home iu Fleming county by shooting himself through the heart witha load of buckshot Helpstein was arrested and taken to Fhamiugsburg on a warrant is sued by the girl whose name is Miss Pet Hall Most in quantity Best in Quality Morleys Sarsaparilla and iron Is a tonic a blood purifier and a blood maker It docs not stop with merely curing certain diseases like scrofula sores abcesses etc but cleanses and builds up the whole system All who rfave tried it say there is more cure in one bottle of Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron than in six of any other kind Sold by agent In every town I While out hunting in Bell coun ty Martin Long aged twentyfive years accidentally killed his brother John Long was heart broken at the accident and so fearfnl of meeting his mother that ho left tile country telling some friends to eay that he would never return The accident occurred at Big BeachY The Longs are lead ing farmers of that section t Coughs tell you that there is somc thiug wrong in the throat or lungs It is the cause not the cough that you must look after Morleys Honey Pectoral searches out the cause of trouble it heals the inflamed surfaces stops the irritation loosens the cough and cures sou thoroughly Sold by agent in every town Wanted tobuy agood two or three year old horse good Saddle qualities Address If Grider S Son vAt EstoKy j RICK aced Blood MorJleysSarsaparllia and Iron not only pHiftflesthe blofidbut makes new rich red blood If you have skin eruptions bolls abcesses rheumatism or scrofula or if you have a rundown tiredaut feeling try this remedy and note the prompt results Ask your druggist CourierJournal and News 150 a year Some cough remedies hide a cough they drug it into silence but the irrii tation stays in the lungs to cause troub le Morleys Honey Pectoral soothes heals strengthens and cures thorough ly The cough stops because the cause is removed Price 55 cents Ask your druggist LebanonStem Laundry LEBANON KY THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and dcing as high grade work as can be turned out anyplace in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor gqd Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED IS MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern jBlioet 316 Fourth Avenue tOTJISVILIiE rJKY t I GODHRGIAL HOTEL TMESTOWNIKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors above named hotel was recently opened Land has lid a fine run from the start Mrs Bolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table is at all s with the very best the market affords proprietors are attenttvo and very to sample rooms ePboI fonvenlent to the business housel First clMS livery attached to the hotel Terms very teasonablc New Carriage Sliopaud QI have leased the B C Eubank shop and will give Gafrlriage WegoD Wotrk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken in return for work S F EUBANK GG JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY TH E above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kjnd ofwork needed in this section VThis shop is the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need of work in their lines lyr Robt R Jobn F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nos 2f4to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky DO YOU KNOW 0That you can find a nice Watch ora tasty piece of Jewelry or a nice Diamond Ring or Broach or Silver Toilet Ware or Silver Table Ware at very low prices or even if you only need your watch repaired o to see LEONARD HUBER JEWELER Co 712 W MarketSt Louisville Kj Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0 BTho above Hotel has been refitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Bates reasonable load sample room Feed stable at attached NtflyFnrnlahed American PisnfL Per Day uc 9oa ers 3Votcl MEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hjtr MOTHERHOOD The grcatcstaiubition of Amen lean men and women is to have homes blessed with children Tho woman afflicted with female case is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No medicine can restore dead or gans but Wino of Cardui docs regulate derangements that prevent conception i does prevent miscarriage i does restore weak functionstndshattered nerves and does bring babies to homes yearsWinohealth and strength to bear heal thy children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardui from your dealer WINEOfCARDUI Market Street Aprt1111901Ia ofThedfordsmarried fifteen years sad had sever given birth to a I took Wine nobsblThe baby weighs fourteen poonCs and I feeLNoWmy1ICIII3OagainFor aidy ehtRc l t i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f 100 Per Year e 4 N0 NO 4 THE COURIERJOURNAL 100 Per Year o o e O o NEWS and COURIERnJOURNAL f ejL5O PER YEAR T B oOS Subscribe anb fteep posteb on tbe current t i bappenings of tbe bap Gbe fftews mfftce cans I 4 i not be excelled in neai job worn lo NO ooNO 00 PATTERSON HOTEL JMeST0WN KY No etter place can be found than at the above named hotel Its new elegantly furnished and theta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords Feed StaWem erin 4section J B PATTERSON 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