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THE AJAIR 0WNTY NEWS VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTI KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1902 NUMBER 14 POST OFFIOE DIRECTORY J MROKSUI Postmaster huure wetk daya i a m to m GOUIir DIRECTORY tfniouir JooRfThree section a yearThird londay to jaw urj third Uondiiy to Map and thlr1 MonJiO In September Circuit JU lgcW W Jones Oiiminnwealth utonN H W Aaron SicriffF W r Olcrk Juo BCofley OJOITY CoomrPlrat Mondi lnch month JdgcT AJutrel Couuly ttoruey J sa tnett Jr ClrkTK Sulta JallrrJK P nor AkacxnorHXV Button jrveyorK TlIoCa rce School suptW laBel 1OoronerC Mnuwell second Monday InCuoarBegnlaroenrtrv each month edgeJ W Atklna- orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PliEflBYTERlAN- BonxaviUJi STUftJlCV T F Walton pastor Serrlcea lecond and fourth Sundays a each month Snndayichool at9 a m ereiy Sabbath Prayer meeting orery Wednesday night MKTHODIBT- BUBUVILU W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayachool every Sabbath at a m Prayer mooting Thursday night BAPTIST STBBBTBOV W B pastor Services third Sunday In each month i indayigchol every Sabbath at a m Prayer ne Ung Tuesday CMPPaLLIYILL PILLBid Z T Williams Pastor Services Plrot Sutidaf ln each month 8nnda7 schoolevetySibbathat9am Prayer meeting Wednesday eight LODGES MASONIC No Fand AMBegn- ar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri iaynigtiton or before the tall moon in each month Jas Garnett Jr WM KEurSecy B A M No7 meets Friday night JR B P W W Secretary BRVNERCOWIIOLESALE P QDU EDEALER8 We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Strettt LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Ptimps Hosts BeltinQ PACKING BOJLER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas aud Steam t t Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHRENS OTTi MFG COt x INCORPORATFD 325329 Main Louisville Kentucky + CsMWISEHAN SON Snccessorsto fldamVoflt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS t1Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones o Fine line of Holiday goods Special ordersrour between 1st and 2ond J Oposlte Music Hall liODISVDLLE KENTUCKY THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORED- EALERS IK Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes or Now Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Sboev AQpnnecILOUISVILLE KY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders tot Hydraulic Rams Jtptbrow water from your sprlops ttv your housesnr are r yt r A1 t io r i V Those Who Dranlc are Dead The result of observation by Hon Cbauncey M D pew president of the New York Central Railroad Company in a talk to railroad men Twentyfive years ago 1 knew every man woman and child in Peekskill and it has been a study with me to mark boys who started In every grade of lifewitb myself to see what has come of them I was up last Fall and began to count them over and It was an instructive exhibr Some of them became clerks mer chants manufacturers lawyers and doctors It is remarkable that every one of those who drank is dead not one living of my age Barring a few who were taken off by sickness every one that proved a wreck and wrecked his frmily did it from rum and no other cause IIOt those who are church going peo pIe who arc steady industrious and bard working men who were frugal and thrifty every single one of them without an exception owns the house In which he lives and has something laid by the interest on which with his house would carry him through mano a rainy day When a man b comes debased with gambling or drink he doesnt care all his finer feelings are crowded ou- tFebruary Forecast From Word and WOrkSrwe glean the following summary orthe weather for February as outlined by Prophet Hicks February promises to come In during the existence of reactionary storm cone ditions From Saturday tbe 1st to about Monday tbe 3rd fluctuating ba rometic readings will pass over the country attended in many parts by cloudiness rain and snow Sharp change to colder may be looked for be hind these reactionary storms spread ing from west to east causing a mark ed fall of temperature even into the south Pram about the 6th to the 10th falls a regular and decided storm period About this time a warm wave maybe expected attended by light ning and thunder with heavy rains south turning to snow and blizzards in the north General cold wave will follow About the 13th to16th it will react to renewed storm conditions fol lowed by rain and snuw squalls The indications are that some of our heaviest winter stormn will fall dur ing the last half of February and early in Mar b From the 16th to 20th low barometer and rain thunder and lightning will be the order during this first stages of the disturbances has these will quelt ly give p ac io drying snow to the west and iiurlh with change to bin baroaeterorhwct tfsles and inunh coder Prepcahundercreiswith Fiances goid her nijrtj niui Isiriieru winds tin indicate un and Umchtni the 23rd Storms will hegunerul over the interior about this time Snow and bUzzards will f lIov quickly on the heels tfnins and thunder and very cold wave for the setism will push close after the western sid of storms Much unpleasant wintry weather may be expected in February and March Tobacco Statistics Tobacco statistics for 1901 just corn piled contain some remarkable fig ures Tbe output of smoking and chewing tobacco cigars and snuff was enormous the quantities of cigars and chewingandsmoiidg tobacco returned for taxation being tbe greatest ever known Tbe onrput of smoking and chewing tobacco was by long odds the greateSt Jn any calendar year 8625173 pounds and 3 per cent more than in 1900 In the year 1899 the output of o gars was over 5000000000 while the record last year was very close to 6000000 000 or an annual consumption of 78 cigars for each moo woman and child in the United Suits Compared with 1000 the outpnt of cigars increase 384 678650 14101 pr nt- lusiuatl rigurj t epiiKlCt5 n i 1901 reached a niuit 750ppy 0iu fv of 130000000 nr aoui ptI over 1900 The decline lu the outpulfi cjfurj cttes which beitarr it the early parts IcOw sIi rj tyfr jI t itNS iftlit t i Olr t h s n v ihlr I u v 1837 i R a titrt Iy1fiu I 1 i r j s jilar tIY h TJ p llctlr g arches it is not likely that there is any appreciable decrease in their use tier the reason that on account of kg islation hostile to cigarettes many States manufactured cigarettes are nbt allowed to be sold But this does not seem to have had any effect what ever on their use as cigarette smo ers now buy a package of smoking tobac co the dcalej gives theta the paper for wrappers and they bt come their own manufacturer STATE NEWS James Tuttle teas shot by James Taylor in Laurel county Eva Glenn aged eight years was fatally burned at Maysville James S Blackman an expoliceman of Louisville was found dead In his bedMajor William Preston McDowell died from heart failure at his home in Louisville Friday night Chas Goodpaster aged sixteen of Bath county accidentally shot and mortally wounded himself Mr Jones of Whitley county was fatally wounded from a premature ex plosion of dynamite in a mine The threeweeksold child of Wil liam Roberts near Owensville was accidentally smothered to death in bed William Spiller shot and fatally wounded Ed Mackey his stepfather Spiller gave himself up and told the officers that Mackey was brutally abus ing hIs mother Mrs Belle Moore Anderson aged thirty one of Hopkinsville wife of Dr E C Anderson died of blood poisln ing resulting from sticking a rusty pin in her toe She had been married only six months Mr William White who resided on North Boiling Fork Boyle county was found dead in bed Since tbe death of bis wife two years ago Mr White had been living alone doing his own work and from the condition of his remains it is believed tbathebad been dead several daysprobably a week He was in good financial circum stances and bad no children He was seventyfive years of age Loss Very Heavy San Antonia Tex Feb 3The latest information from the Hondo Mex mine explosion shows it to have been fully as serious as at first reported There was a total of 106 miners at work in tbe mine when the explosion occurred and all of them are dead The majority of the victims are Mexicans and Chinamen very few AmerI- cans havioir been at work io the mine Every mule in the mine was killed UTSO dead ones being taken from the debris Sundry The work of clearing away tits wreck in order to get to the bodies is being rushed as raplrlly as possible fmt tbere Is bope that any r tr tliu net aril be re cued alive The explosion occurred in mine No 0 anl was occasioned by striking a gas pocl CtThe mine is the property of the Coabuik Coil tt M McKen ny icing superintendent The loss to the owners of this mine is very heavy The Hondo mines are located at Cohillii at a terminus of a brauch of the Mexican International road about 100 miles south of Eagle Pass and are the most important In that state Details of the disaster lire meager no names of the victims being learned here Isis Wife Isaiah Peters and Henry Masters who live on farms a few tulles from here came to this city Saturday and hunting up a Justice of the Peace asked trim to draw up a contract by which Masters wife might be transferred to Peters The Justice explain ed that be could not draft such a docu ment but asked for particulars as to the deal and Peters explained 60118 this way Squire My wife died two months ago and Im tired of living alone Mrs idaetersis a mighty fine woman aud a good housekeeper- tuii Masters dont really nee her ultras bts enta sister he can get to Ilo katu Oiiiijsrorhliu I ina j him an utter former several days ago and tills moruin we tame tii tTius Im to give him to coscs rod three coon dwrajid uttwurh Vm Asicc i shat frjIsterS said about- Geisj fauVd oir her lrrl and master rcildcd Why riOtJiTn of course W iiidyt ask her Yew she liken it bjsVaI ia6VlC l haw wetoldher Ih lM1wad nettiical l diapoointedatuo being U siou 1tuhava a rper tlrarr lr Jl X 7 make tbe transfer legally binding Peters and Master declared that they would make the swap on honor and left town together to complete the trade MIddletown N Y Cor New York World Lee Xutt a young white man 28 years old Is in jail at Muufordvlllo on a serious charge Nutt was a farm hand employed on the farm of V Clurkson in the Forrestville neighbor hood and slept in a room adjoining that occupied by the Clarkson children Monday night Mrs Clarkson heard a noise in the childrens room and upon going to investigate found her eight yearold daughter missing Upon go- Ing into the room occupied by Nutt she was horrified to find the child in bed with him and when she tried to get the child out Nutt held the cover so tightly she tore It to pieces When she got the child out she fainted and Nutt tied from the house but was cap tured and placed iq jail at Munford ville to await the action of the grand jury Ed Martin a young negro as black as the ace of spades and with running gear like unto a Kansas grasshopper isa smooth citizen for all that One day last week he walked into the grocery store of Rogers fa Hatcher and observing a sack of shelled corn Ijing beside the scales where it had been purchased and weighed a few minutes before be approached Mr Charley Powell a clerk and offered to sell it to him Charley suspected nothing wrong bought the corn from the negro paid him for it and emptied it into a bin giving tbe black rascal the sack which he put under his ara shoved the money in his pocket and walked out of the house as though he was used to selling corn every day Glasgow times The individual who gets the fewest letters makes the most complaint to the postmaster the man who never had a good meal at home growls at the hotel accommodations the man who complains most of his neighbors is the meanest of the too the church mem ber who pays the least to the preachers salary finds the most faulty and always complains of the bad manage ment of the church the man who never invests a dollar in town enter prises is the man who is always crying down public improvements tbe loafer or no account workman is always to the frontjin strikes and labor agitation and the subscriber who is the slowest to pay his subscription finds the most fault in his paperCanton Roller Monthly John D Davis the Democratic Sheriff of Edmonson county was tried be fore the United States Commissioner at Bowling Green on the charge of interfering with the malls Some time last December Davis had an execution against Warren Ci mpt ju a mercbaut ut Pig Edmonson couJty aud went to the store to execute it Compton was also postmaster at Pig and just as Davis rode up tbe mail carrier arrived and threw the sack on the ground Divis promptly levied on tbe mailbag and Compton says he prevented him from putting his mail fnto it before tbe carrier came for it The Commissioner discharged Davis who promptly swore out a warrant for Compton charging him with falc swearing FInds Way 10 LIvo Long The startling announcement of a dis covery that will surely lengthen life is made by editor O H Downey of Cbu xubusco Ind 1 wish to statehe writes that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is the most infallible remedy that I have ever known for coughs colds and grip itsnval uable to people with weak lunge Hav ing this wonderful medicine no one need dread pneumonia orcooUwptlon Its rallet is Instant and core certain TE Paull ot Columbia andW H Wilkinson of Liberty guarantee 50cT and 100 bottle sample free Jas and Heater Turrier brothers fought in Allen county to settle unoid grudge James was shot to death and Heater IS dylngfrom a hatchet wound Purify the Blood By taking the old reliable Botanic Blood Balm BB B cures ulcers else ma scrofula pimples boils itching skin aching bones carbuncles If you are all run down takejB B B It will give life vigor and strength to the purerand rlch Druggists jl Trial treat i8DtJrH1rwrttl8g Bk Bdlm Co fJltiltataj Vai rf brrs t Schleys Hoe Former Governor J Proctor Knott Is telllrg another goad story toIllus trate the position of Admiral Schley and the Navy Department Last week while the Admiral was In Louis ville Guv Knott wrote to a friend here telling him to congratulate the old seamen and extend a welcome Tbe let tar givisMr Knptt new anec dote bearing on the con rJveNy Sand is as follows From the enthusiastic ovation with which he is greeted everywhere it seems to be evident that the verdict of tbe great mass of the people without distinction of class or condition is That lit Is Schleys rabbit This Is as I anticipated from the very beginning of the brutal injustice toward him by the department j nd its miserable clique of pea viners and parasites lilt is not to be expected however that they will show even as much magnanimity old Hardy Stone did In his arbitration with Dave Ta scott notwithstanding the terrible popular rebuke they are receIvlcg on every handOld Hardy claimed a pig which eve erybody in the neighborhood knew bee longed to Dave and to settle the mat ter without going to court prevailed on Dave to leave it to three men aud secure an award in his favor In any court suggested the names of three of his own tenants as arbitrators to which Dave conscious of theStrength of his crs readily assented But on the trial Dave presented such an array of positive proof in support of his own title that when he pro posed to close his case by swearing old Hardy himself the avaracious old sin ner exclaimed D am nit Dave Enough of a thing is enough You neednt offer no more evidence The hogs yourn As you will doubtless see the Ad miral during his present visit to Louis ville please tell him that nothing but the wretched condition of my health could prevent my presenting to him in proper person my hearty congratu lations and the warm welcome of a Kentuckian to my native Slate THAT RABBIT sTony Gov Knotts reference at the open log of the letter to the rabb being Schleys has to do with another story he told shortly after the SchleySamp troublebegan- Gov Knott and MrJohn W Yerkes happened to meet at Lebanon when the papers were full of the controversy and the conversation naturally drifted into the naval spat Mr Yerkes expressed himself as con vinced that Simpson was entitled to the credit He had no sooner got the words out his mouth than Mr Knott kMiud over and grasped his right hand r Yerkes failed to catch the twinkle in the eX Governora eye as he exclaimed Good that takes a great load off mv mind Forty years ago while rabbit hunting with a boy companion younger than I we ran a rabbit into a brush pUp and no amount of punching with poles or beating on the mass of small growth with clubs could get the rabbit nut Finally determined to burn him out and went to the farmhouse for a firebrand leaving the boy behind to watch the rabblt nd se that he did not escape v When I returned I found the boy with the rabbit In hand dead and a club In tbe other bloody Therabbit bad taken my departure as an Indication that he wasalone and had left t brush pile on a hop eI Of course I took the rabbit That was forty odd years ago and mycqn science bus hurt me eversicee I have told the fitoryto hundreds and each man has held that the boy was entitled toi be rabbit Yoou have no idea what a relief you give me by declaring that I was entitled to the rabbit I will- sleep b tier tonight Courier jour nal ilcads Shoold 4r Never JCiI Never endure this trouble Use at once the remedy that stopped It rorI lrsa jNVA Webster of Tyjnnle slip Wjtes Dr f Clogs New life pills wboljiycured me of headaches Ihad suffered tram for two y ir8pure hejidache constipation and bijllous ness 2ipatT E Paul and liiiH Wllkrison of Liberty Courier Journal and News fLroS yearIr su Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools e Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled work men Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this and adjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed e4+ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t 100 Per Year ITHEi NEWS arid COURIE JOURNAL ie 150 PER YEAR e e Subscribe ling fteep postefc on tbe current I i bappeninos of tbe tar Abe mews ffice can = i t not be excelleb in neai job worn t e s 444 000 + 000 NO 00 + e4 + + + 00000 0 i i I jftie Uailoving i0 i i i s I When you go to Louisville order i o your suit ati a L i e EGGEDS e S Sailors i i + t 220 W Market Street Bet 2 and + J ardi ILouisville K y I s + 0 OiOe e oe 0000000 0 000 + Q Empire Corn Drill fl BETTER ONt IS NOT AlflDE Empire Fertilizer Corn Drill With Shoe Frame is well braced rigid and strong All metal except tbe handles Built for business and satisfies every time With or with out Fertilizer Attachment We also keep Field Seed Buggies Har hess Saddlery Farm Implements of all kinds Fertilizers of the very best brands Our prices are the lowest Come ann see us W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky Harness and Saddles u Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant M be suited ill my ready made line I am prepared to make x exactly what you want I soil the FISHER BUGGY f s j warranted for 12 months Ihave a nice line of buggy robes whips etc I jW JjTCIM7 NC- olumblal ienttlcky Newly FurmshedtAmerican Plan 100 Per Day WBoslers Hotel t MEILS256 Mnn sratofUGBOSlER Patronage of the Green River Seotiou Respectfully Solicited 023 West Market Street itii1ll11j 4r itrtk r i tnt a itt 1ciiiiiiYr- S lTTIWS 2 ver N3tlnesdayI jlY TIIK A4irintyU News 1o- IIlcuxroRA TEn q frtltor11 0 RBRIM wstiicnwBriprr devoted to the Inter and the people ofColunblar of th c tr ieAfarnt rnmll gni 1iwl th Columbia Postofflce as second 1a un tier r JlFCRJrf If SATES iveEYEAB fl00 SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY FEB 12 The Kentucky House killed the bill abolishing the thirdclass teachers certificate Caleb Powers and Jim Howard have been transferred from Frank fart to the Georgetown jail The jury in the case against the poolroom operators of Louisville returned a verdict of not guilty There is some little kicking over the redistrictrictiug but it was not expected that the Committee would please every body Mr Clarence E Woods a well known newspaper man of Richmond is tipped for Senator J B McCreirys private secretary Yoshhihito the crown Prince of Japan will probably visit the United States at an early day He is twentythree years old and was married two years ago Tom Brown the negro who as saulted Miss Emma Powell a young girl who was attending the Institute at Nicholasville was lynched by a mob last Wednes day The girl identified the brute From the amount of dust being raised there must be something radically wrong going on at the Hopkinsville Asylum The Legislature should give the matter a thorough investigation James and Heater Turner of Allen county two brothers fought a duel one day last week to settle an old geudge James was shot to dpath and Heater mortally wound ed with a hatchet We ventuee the assertion that their parental training was bad Speaker Henderson seems to be determined that Cuba shall not bo granted reciprosity Itis given out that he says ha is prepared to surpress any amendment to the war revenue reduction bill An other chat from Teddy would probably bring him around Mrs Jefferson Davis has sub mitted to the Mississippi Legisla ture a formal offer to sell Beau voir the home of the late Presi lent of the Confederacy for 10 000 the place to be used as a Some for indigent Confederate sol Jieis The surety of Stuart R Young the defaulting treasurer of Louis yule paid the city last week 14280456 the full amount of the shortage Col Bennett H Young father of the dead treasurer gave his check for 88217 the bond company claiming it was not lia blo for that sum McKinzie Moan who claimed to beas good a Democrat as any body und who supported Johu Young Brown for Governor has been given Hon John S Rhea seat in Congress He will now show his steadfastness to the Democratic party by voting with the Republicans on every proposition Last week Mr W D Jones the proprietor of the Columbia Spec tator formed a partnership with Mr Carl Strange and the business of the office will be conducted over the firm name of Jones Strange loJ Judge T A Burrellwill remain with the paper for the present as its editor Mr Strange IS a prac tical printer and has heretofore had experience hi the office of the Spectator and is well known to quite a number of the citizens ef Adair county He is capable of improving the appearance of tile i Paper as t 18Ide of last tteka eindbt i A bill will be introduced in the Lpgislatnrp in the tlpxtpdaYII theiState Irtrvi lawn as to xclude erflniiR cllvit d f a number of crimps from the provisions of the law The bill will bear the in dorpemftnt of flue State Prinon Comm 88iolf rs who arp pxofficip members of the Parole Board The present law names only two offnn eiH rape and incest for which no parole shall bp granted The pro posed hilt will add to the list of crimes for which no parole shall be granted a number of other crimes one of which is arson It will also provide that persons SPH touced to terms of two years and less shall not be allowed paroles The commissioners say they are burdened with applications for short termers and that theee cases should go dirictly bere the Gov could not express it to suit us better than the following from the Hart County News Let the American people begin to get used to the fawning spirit in this country that is fast showing a desire to kiss the feet of royalty Englands King is to be crowned ere long and this Government hioh has al ways had contempt for those old out of date and semibarbaric cer emonies has appointed special en voys to attend the ceremony If some could be around the tombs of Jefferson and Washington on that day they could hear their old bones rattle There is nothing certain until it occurs but it does look like Adair county will bo in a Senatorial dis trict comprised of the counties of Washington Marion Taylor and Adair In the Legislative redis tricting Adair is cut loose from Cumberland her population giv ing her a Representative The Eleventh Congressional district is left to her fate with Adair and Casey dragged to salvation It is reported that Adair will go into the Fourth and Casey into the Eighth The news appears too good but if it should prove true all honor to the Committee In rearraingiug the Judicial districts of the State five new ones have been created making two in Louisville and thirtyeight in all Green Taylor Marion Washing ton and Adair makes the Thir teenth district This report which was made last Thursday is not final but is subject to any change the Committee may see proper to make The Committee will meet today to hear com plaints should any be offered By a strict party vote the Committee on Elections voted last Wednesday that Hon John S Rhea the Representative from the Third Kentucky district was not entitled to his seat and that Mc Kinzie Moss had been duly elected Both Moss and Rhea will draw 2000 each to cover the ex penses of the contest Who says Republicans wont take everything within their reach right or wrong fair or foul The Cuban Planters Association has sent an open letter to Congress asking a 50 per cent reduction in the tariff on Cuban sugar and em phasizing that by this means alone can disaster to the island be aver ted The New York Chamber of Commerce also has adopted a me morial to Congress Basking conces sions to Cuba The House leaders are determined however to grant no favors Prince Henry of Germany in his rounds will visit Kentucky but will be in the State a few hours only He is atypical Ger man and when he returns to his Fatherland he will be able to tell his people that the United States are rich enough and big enough to whip the world TheCommittee on Revision of Creed of the Presbyterian Church is said to have determined on a report that infant damnation will be stricken from the church doctrine This clause has gbne unchanged for over 100 years It is reported that the ner creed will read all infants shall be savedt Elsewhere we state that Adair county will go into the Third Con gresBional district but later in formationPlacee her in theTFourth It M alsoiesore than likely that 1l forone 1 iiKt i i n Another Bailroad Cincinnati will in the near fu ture have another railroad ln tueeu here and Nashville At present the Louisville and Nashville Board in the only road reach ing Nashville from this city In fact the Louisville and Nashville Road and the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis which latter rtad is controlled by the Louis ville and Nashville Company are the only two railroads that m present enter the city of Nashvi1I Eugene Zimmerman Vice Pr ideut of the Cincinnati HamiUi and Dayton Company who hu just returned from New York i was learned yesterday has about completed a deal by which he and associates will secure the Chesapeake and Nashville road and ex tend it to a connection with the Cincinnati Southern and also build an extention into Nashville Mr Zimmerman has been in terested in the Chesapeake and Nashville for about 15 years Thp road was originally designed to be built from Nashville to a con nection with the Kentucky Central road when that property was owned by the late C P Huntington before he sold it to the Lou isville and Nashville Company- Of those originally interested in the building of the road besides Mr Zimmerman but four are now alive These four stockholders will sell their holdings to Mr Zimmerman and the parties who are interested with him in the deal and for the purpose of closing the deal Mr Zimmerman has been to New York The Chesapeake and Nashville at present extends from Gallatin Tenn to Scottville Ky n dis tance of 8G miles and was opened for traffic in 1887 The line is graded about six miles beyond ScottvilleIt intention of Mr Zim merman and his associates to ex tend the line from Scottville the present northern terminus to a connection with the Cincinnati Southern at either Junction City or McKinney This will necessi tate the building of 120 miles of road Two surveys have been made but it has not as yet been definitely decided which will be usedWork on the extension will com mence next spring and the line will be pushed to completion Cincinnati Enquirer Jo Joues Sams brother is holding revival services in North ern Missouri In a recent sermon he said I have been asked why I do not open the doors of the church every night I nevor scald a pig until I get the water hot In the same discourse he said I was born poor as dirt and had a relapse when I was twentyone years old Also in advising the husbands he said Tell the old woman she is pretty and swebt it may be a lie but let er go any way Youll see her get up on her hind feet and rare around like a cat having a fit He roasted the women for not treating their husbands better Dress up and look neat around the house he said Here you are sloshin around the house with a Mother Hubbard on n don e sock down house dirty and filthy and the tablecloth looks like a mp of the Philippine Islands You go to meeting and say youve got the perfect love and the old mans got no buttons on his clothes Jo should have left the aiping of his brother Sam to the other lit tIe preachers who took it up several years ago Such expressions from the pulpit disgrace civiliza tion and are not used by polished gentlemen A fire at Paterson NJ Sunday night destroyed 10000000 worth of property A fire in a St Louis hotel burned to death eleven persons Up to last Friday 572 bills had been introduced in the Kentucky Legislature One among the num is to appropriate 100000 for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition New Century Comfort Millions are dally Inding a word ot comfort in Bucklens Arnica Salve It kills palnfimbnrDs scalds cuts bruises cocquore ulcers and fever sores cures eruptions altroeom- bollsantlrdunoremocs corns and warts Bchtplio cure ou iamb Only 2qatT E Paul Columbia and W- LI11klnsuarLtthtrty Chnrler liitirpa Ns trta1a BELLS s TELW7tli and Market Eugene Bell Manager Louisville Ky IIWill lIE be thoroughly Overhauled and RTivn prl oodwlil oppued for business about Marsh 1Vb TnN hkl which iiormcrly the Phoenix will have an annex and wing wasifrontage at226 228 and 230 7th sire t winre the nice and lobby will be located will he conducted on iiorh American and European Plans nurcao plan 5100 per mil up European plan 50c per day up mlfirOood Order and Polite Treatment Guaranteed jgj rm nz GoIllniia Roller Mill W R IUYEKS Proprietor n hinhurncturo the celebrated Souvenir and Oo lurnbri Rolls brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and Ship tuft buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Furnituru Dfldrfflent If you need Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and seo me or address IS ft MYERS t Colombia K6ntuGkuI KENDALL The river is getting low again T L Iligjjiubottoip of Creelsboro vslted at J SI Lesters Wednesday Steamer Albcara passed up yesterday with a nice lot Oft1VlS W E Lester and Leslie Wooldridge were in Jamestown Monday John Vigle of Burnslde finished loading a bargewlth staves here last Vaughn who has been visiting friends here has returned Rowe Stephenson left this place Monday with a fine drove of cattle for McKinne station K S Lester left last week on Steam er Burnside for Liberty where he will enter school Miss Minnie Vaughn of Beaver Creek is visiting friends bere J D Vaugban Bro are now blast- Ing rock for a new roller mill to be built here Benj Wooldridge and his son Les lie left Tuesday for Lincoln county to make arrangements to move to new home soon Butba McClure Moaning Warriner Mary Pierce and Myrtle Lester were visiting at J M Lesters last week The young people are aiming to take dn excursion to Burnside on the boat soon The writer wishes them a jolly time Notice to the Public Why not live and enjoy good health Dont let prejudice keep you from getting well when I have the remedies that will cure you Bartletts Chal llng tonic bitters are the best on earth and ire a sure cure for the sufferer Women will find In them the greatest blessing ever placed in their reach With their use strentgh and ambition will return a healthy glow will briebtr en the complexion the uofeebled con st1tu ion will change to one of stout and robust form and the ready glow of perfect health will appear where dis ease once was The great virtue and merit of this wonderful remedy are being heralded in the strongest lan guage by all those using them as they are worth their weight in gold They will restore and preserve the human health If you are feeling miserable dont wait until you are down sick but use the tonic today Hundreds of people are going about with a disorderd stomach liver or kidneys or a dry hacking cough with one foot in the grave when a bottle of Bartletts Challenge Tonic Bitters would do them more good then all the expen save doctors they have evertrled Re member Bartletts Challenge Tonic Bitters are the best in the world Prepared by AT Bartlett Cane Valley Ky Saved HerClillda Life In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes MM W Wat kins of Pleasant City O A terri ble cough set in that in spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grew worse every day We then used Dr Rings New Discovery for cosumptlon and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this grand medicine saved his lifeCMI lions know Its the only sure ewe for ooogh coldsand all lung diseases T BPaull of Columbia sad W H Wit klDio bfDUJlttttIInb ratiid scs- tlell611C lNt o ni t Io I 1 Daylifltit flGetulene Gas Go 126 Second Street Louisville Kentucky Manufacturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Towns Churches Stores Residences Etc Gas Engines and Water Works for County Honie- sYETINERY SURGEON t istulrToli ttiihIrilErttldotrn lass work done atfair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care 0 stock S D ORENSHAW- V J a i j i 9iitpp lataiat I hobbled into Mr Blackmons drug store one evening says Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga and be ask BalmIm fered for a long time I told him I bad no faith in any medicine as they all failed Ile saId Well if Chamber lains pain balm does not help you you need not pay for it I took a bottle of fa home and used it according to the directions and in one we k I was cured and have not since been troubled with rheumatism Sold by M Cravens LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 5 355 75 Light shipping 4 404 85 Best butchers 3T54 50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 75 Common ib medium btchr 2 253 00 noas Choice packing and butch ers to 300 Ibs 6 40 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bs 5 95 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 5 70 SHEEP AND LAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 2 252 40 Fair to good 2 503 75 common to medium j 1 002 00 The claim of other cough medicines to be as good as Chamberlains arc ef fectually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr Os D Glass an em ploye of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardi net Me He SlYsill had kept add- Ing to a cough and cold in the winter of 1897 trying every cough medicine I beard of without permanent help no ill one day I wanIn the drug store of Mr Iloulehnh and he advised me to tryCbarabcrlajus cough remedy and offered to pay lack ray money if I was pot cure L limg and bronchial toms wr re wry soreat this IIHebut Twas couipiutciy cured by ikte rvuiedy of d have MIII mrntd to itvkheji Ijptt a cold anLvoa louud relief Ialso recommend itto n y friemls xud atu glad to say it k fit hK of ill youtht- lli llillsaa Fjti MjuiWtiij 7i OOOOOOOOOOOO O OOOOOOOOC000 FIFTH eNVE HOTEL = 4 cir433Ji WuqLr STREETS LOUISVILLE JKENTUGKY J X O n 390 1 FEESw acdRetailGs RurnsilR d fied ri1 t Rotmtl 1 d A Firstclass i0 c s hs Rd Thi us j etllhr 4 b 1 000 t = 04 Stoves td Ihiiges stovepipeCOOK STOVES iiSoldCome and get my priers before buyi- ngColumbiaL V Hall Ky HENRY KOEHLERC A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER CO iHi DOORS SASH EEEdojj fE3BLINDS MOULD INGS EFE EEc LU7VIBER 12th and Broadway 9th and Kentucky Louisville Kentucky Established 1827 TRAINO ANTONINI HEIMEROINGER DTRANOCOs WHOLESALE J PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 154 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WE WANT POULTRY EGGS AND BUTTERC i IT WILL PAY SHIPPERS TO CORRESPOND WIT- HCOMPANY n D TRAINO WAIT FOR THE NEW JEW STORE iWv JO STRULL Proprietor C- t I have rented the business house ofyN M Tutt South Corner Public Square Go It lumbia Kand will open a general line of merchandise the 15th of March Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Lathes and Gents Furnishing Goods I want all kinds of Country Produce for which I wilL pay the highest price Jo Stroll Columbia iv HARRY BPYNE 1W ILLS BRENTLINGER pt HARRY B PTNB CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Second rfandji and New nachinerwOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS f i Office and Works U09 to m5 W Main i i Tel 615 Write for Catalogue l Louisville Kentucky GT BLACKLEY TRAUKIJN COUNTY S D HU gsI7Z H IIivoopFORp COUNTY Independent Tobacco WareliOuSB- IACKLEY J HURST 5c COIPro rlet01x U Auction and private Sales IDiaili sR2TURHI PROMPTLY OADJ ri1119tQ 1125 West Main street LQulsvi1le S PWr 11enth bpseeS aAli tk lsYr tlYda Viiin a eiitfl i1 IJ J PERSONAL MENTION Mr M Seabolt L uisille Is IIIi town Mr Burr Gllpln eampbellsvllle was here Tuesday Mr Fred Myers if Greensburg was fcere last Saturday Miss Delle Mitchell of Bliss Isspend ing a week In Columbia Mr R F Paull was the sick list several days oflatweeL- Mr J IL Coffey attended a horse sale at Danville last week Mr E T Willis returned to his home In Cave City last week Mr Thos J West Campbellsville was here on husloessime day last week Mr J W Atkins who was reported sick last week improves very slowly Deputy Collector Goo Nell spent last Sunday with his family at this T P Jeffries who was reported dangerously ill Saturday night Is some better Messrs Jas Garnett Jr and C S Harris returned from Frankfort last Saturday night Messrs Grover Rowe and Jo Duncan Monticello spenta portion of last Sun rday in Columbia Mrs D J Schooling was called to Louisville last Sunday her drughter Mrs Logan being quite ill Mr Tom Wilson of Hlsevllle was here the first of the week to look at Coffey Bros fancy horses Mr J H Judd who Is In the revenue business located at Lebanon was at home the first of the week Judge W W Jones and Common wealths Attorney Aaron returned from the Monroe court last Saturday Messrs S F White and Sam Nat Hancock editors Of the Monticello Courier were in Columbia last Satur day Mr W J Colllson and little son George Mlddlcsboro reachedColum bia before the death of Mr Robinson and remained until after the funeral Mr W B Pattesons wife and son will go to Jamestown in a very short time The family will keep house in rooms that are very convenient to Mr Patterns place of business Mr J N Coffey of this place who spent three weeks in Oklahoma ret- urnede home last Thursday He reports that the property owned by Hughes Coffey advancing and the spirit of improvement growing a LOCAL JOTTINGS Next Friday will be Valentine Day MrM Cravens filled his icebouse last Monday The railroad article in todays News will be of interest to our readers The survey brings the road through Columbia t The Mutual Oil and Gas Company has received its books and is now ready to issue Write N M Tutt Columbia yI Bring your horses to Columbia next Thursday you want to sell Pem berton Bros of Elizabeth town will be here to buy Mr B F Chewning of Green coon ty who recently pnrchased the Junius Hancock property in this place is re moving this week A good show of oil was stuck at the s depth of 200 feet in Clinton county U last week The well will be drilled to a depth of 1200 feet IMiss Carrie Hatcher entertained a L of her young friends last Saturday night The occasion was very louch enjoyed by all present AH parties interested in the Parma lee Library can get books by calling on Mr H C Baker at his office A fresh stock of books has just been received c Rev W P Gordon will preach at f Militown next Sunday morning and atPollards chapel in the afternoon The people In these two sections will please note the change In a very hospitable manner Mrs C M Russell entertained a number her ladv friends last Friday evening There was an elegant spread and de nfIightful music rendered ti There is but little trading 1n hogs and cattle at this time but as soon as grass is up the cattle trade will be brisk Some fancy horses are chang ing hands at good prices December statement of the GreenS burg Deposit Bank makes a splendid showing for that Institution The cashier Mr B W Penick1s not only a business man but one of the best financiers in all this country And now a zinc mine has been dis filcovered in Clinton county There Is so much hidden wealth being unearth 1 ed aktbis day and time it might be i1Liade profitable to further investigate field located near Moot pie this county i Mr LajieySanthky who Is em ployed in the furnituro fariory this place and MlssJfeSd Sutton hand gome young lady otCamp Knox Grerri joounty were married WedoeHlHy JJt ek Tbecouple are now vlsl t tlBR Ip jQlenylie but wjlj arrjvein Qlumbfe jbhls week 8 dor the pros Mt wHl board with Mr J A f utJg iMrtrous friends Otitbe pdapteare iarij to fexlefid their coDgrattlilloiMf I Approaching Marriage Invitations arc on for hi mairaue of Mr 1lmlge Sill ti t Louisville to Miss Valeria Wo Fanaud who re sides in the suburbs of Columbia The ceremony will take place in the Methodist church this city Wednes day evening Fihruprv 10 1002 at 8 oclock Thf rit s hi bo soleiuiilzed by Rev W P Gordon Messrs Jo Coffey and Frank hilt have been ser IccMd asurshrrs The morning after the ceremony the happy couple will leave for Louisville and after spending a week with the Intendea grooms parents will return toColumbia where they will perma nently reside Mr Smith has been in Columbia about eighteen months engaged in buying tobacco anti his gentlemanly deportment and social disposition has made him a host of frlerds The bride to be is the oldest daugbt er of Mr W T McFarland one of Adair countys best citizens She is a most excellent young lady and a gen eral favorite with her numerous friendsIn of the ceremogy every body in the community extends its best wishes to the popular and deserv- Ing couple In the early spring Mr N M Tutt and John N Conover will put on the market 25 or 3Oone halt acre lots and if any one desires to c ime to our town to be in reach of a gool school and other conveniences not found in the country no trouble will be in the way to secure a desirable location The above mentioned property lies on the beautiful platan south of the M F Hsgh School one of the most desira ble locations In the entire town away from the noise of the business section and on an elevation that commands the view in every direction They will sell lots to desirable parties who will put up good buildings at the lowest price We predict that many neat cottages will adorn College 1111 heretofore the happy hume of ticks and chiggers Columbia is growing expanding railing out of the old ruts Mrs Salicia Arnold who was 74 yers old and who made her home with her son inlaw Mr B F Thomas at Ab her this county died last Sunday after a long illness During her sIck- ness the people generally in the neigh borhood were especially kind and to all of them the survi ing friends and relatives of the deceased return their heartfelt thanKs The deceased was a consistent member of the Christian church and had been for fortyfour years Eld Z T Williams officiated at the funeral The Amandoville correspondent to the Burksville Herald has the follow- Ing complimentary notice of one of our townsmen Wm H Hudson of Co lumbia was In this place a few nays ago buying cattle and paying good prices for same Mr Hudson is no stingy trader and always pays good prices for every thing that he buys whether he makes anything or not hence every body that has any kind of stock to sell is always glad to see him in the community and he can count as many friends as any other man that ever come in it News of the death of Mr Edward Harris at his home in Sikeston Mo in December was received this week We are not informed as to the trouble that ended his life but his family now have smallpox Mr Harris had lived in that town for a number of years and we have been informed that he enjoy ed the confidence and good will of the entire people He was a cooper by trade but figured in the political affairs of his town holding offices of honor and trust He was an uncle of Mr C S Harris Mm Ellen Squires who lived near Cane Valley died last Saturday night She was a victim of consumption and had been confined to her room i or sev eral months She was a daughter of the late Samuel H Murrell and a sister of Mrs Sallie McLean this city She survived by several children Her husband died about ten years ago Wilson Bros Hlsevllle bought from H B Garnett last Monday a fine sad die horse for 3150 They also bought one from Mr Richard Doboney for the same price N H W Aaron bought two sorrel horses one from Jesse White the other from J G Close for ISO each Pest SALisI will sell on easy term nfy farm containing 100 acres bottom 220 acres timber land near the forks of Casey Creek Adair county Ky Good dwelling and outbuildings A desira ble home AddressW B Hendrickson Wackomis Okla To RaLETColutnbiaGradyvllle- mail route for two years July 1002 to June 30 loot Government pay 1252 a year Apply to LL CAttY Cloyds LandingvKr 4t ifr17vfi Myers the present owner of the Columbia Mill Company will buyaUkhJdsof lumber including gum and sycamore wheat and corn Will pay the highest cash price tf FOR RENT Our storehouse in Columbia Ky is for rent Address WIL Bites Cave City Ky For SALEA goodpw and sever torJoppa Ky Ifyou WAiitstock in lheSJutuflp and Gas Coiajfaay senayour money to N MTutt oinlllavwHtV willisSte the Stock and forward foyonV a Onr pT rms In H iMJl c113tYtt0- t vti aiI porlunhy 10 v a repre ntatlve f tio PaP t at Jamestown nt xr Mocday Messrs Herri ford Comas of Cum berland c unty came to Adair last week fur the purpose of buying a car load of mue lit prices were tint made to suit them Circuit curt will commence at J inistowj next Monday A represen tative of this paper will be present and all persons having business with the olllce will find him on the square A water pipe In Sam Hills mill a few miles from Edmonton burst last Tuesday throwing water all over the mill arid damaging a great dial feral n Mr Hit The miller was b tly scaldnl We received an obituary from Burks yule last week hut the writer failed to sign It We do lJt want the name for publication hut some one must give us authority if it appears in the Ntws Mr N MurreI Jr who was in the Spectator office temporally retired lastweek We understand that Mr Mum wl1l be an apjlleanc for a Government position and will be be fore the Civil Scrvce Board the 20th of this month U E Simpson and Robt Jlender 8on charged with the postoffice rob bery at Gentrys Mill this county were given examining trials at Loub vllle last week and they were held over inthesumofonetbousanddollarseach It is reported here that Simpson has a wife in Larue county Arthur Waggenerof color who shot Tom Lester one nteht last week was given an examining trial last Thursday and held in thesum of one hundrd dollars The bond was wade and the prisoner released Vaggener was drunk when he fired the shot and upcn trial swore that Lester sold him the liguor The annual statement of the Con necticut Mutual Life Insurance Company makes a splendid showing It is the most economical company doing business In this country It is an annual dividend company and if there are those who want to invest in life insurance they should call upon J E Murrell When Irvin J Turpen a native of this place died in Cincinnati in 1899 he had insurance in the United Order of Travelers of America for 6300 The order refused to pay claiming that Mr Turpen committed suicide and the matter went into court Last week a compromise was brought about by the widow accepting 3500 Baker Bros of Amandaville have bought of D McComas the hotel property in Burksville known as the Herri ford House The building will be torn down and a handsome brick to cost 37000 will be put up The work will commence at the opening of Spring Burksville has long needed a good tel building and we are glad she is go log to get one The man of today said a revival- Ist at Wellington Kan soends six nights a week in lodge rooms riding the goat and the lamb of his bosom at home to bleat with the kids This preacher could have added that when the goat rider falls the benefits he receives from the lodges in many cases shuts the wolf from the door and stops the bleating of the kids The following invitation has been received at this office The Citizens of Cincinnati cordially invite you to the Formal Opening of the Cincinnati Building at the South Carolina Inter state West Indian Exposition at Charleston S C February 15th 1902 and to make their building your head quarters when in Charleston at any time during the Exposition The in vitation is handsomely engraved and is indeed a thing of beauty Our old friend John B Reynierson who married Miss Millie Baker a na tive of Columbia and a popular young lady has embarked in the grocery busi nessand has opened a store at hishome in Danville The last time we met Mr Bynierson and his interesting family he was enjoying country life on a splendid wellimproved farm located on the waters of Rolling Fork Casey county Six or seven years have pass ed since then and at that time Mrs Reynierson had changed but little and her clear ringing voice could be heard over the farm She is now in middle life but we are willing to wager one years subscription to the News that she has not lost her speech Mr W F Jeffries a merchant of this place Is In receiptof letter from Mr J W Pappock of TJppacande City Ohio asking him to call a moot- Ing of representative citizens of Adair county get up the resources of the county and sendtbe report to him at once The object is to take into con sideration the advisability of building an electric line from Columbia to Campbellsvjlle The writer also wanted to know If ties could ba furnished at 28 cents the amount of toll charged on vehicles wagons etcbatween the two points the amount charged as fare on the hack and if the right of way would be given an electric company Quite a number of citizens met In the County Clerks office Friday night a report made out and forward ed Mr Pappock writes very ee Cfursjitlojllyancmal1Y of bur citizens think bere Isa good outjook for a line Such a line would certainly pay itMi be it Incateubibi e t lit e Vay ef ig4amd bUf uagiWe te1i wll1be e t x 3Ir WN Robinson Dead The subject of this sketch was one of tbe oldest citizens of this place coming a resident of Columbia more than fifty years ago He was born in Cumberland county nearly eightyone years ago and soon after reaching manhood located at this place Fur many years he conducted a tel and family grocery on the West corner of the public quarcand at one time was in fairly good circumstances He reared a large family of children seven yet living His wife preceed ed him to the grave about eight years ago The surviving members of the family are Mrs Lou Miller this place Mrs Bettie Goode Indianapolis Ind Mrs Alice GIddens who resides in the Vinm1lirs W J Call Isn Mlddles bn Mr W 0 Robinson New Or leans Mr A W Robinson Adair county and Mr Lee Robinson Casey county Mrs Mil er and Mr A W Robinson were the only children present when death came Mrs Callison was prevented on account of sickness and others could tut be reached Tb deceaed bad been gradually de clining for the past year but alarming symptoms did not set up nntil a few weeks before he died He was conscious almost to the last Death claiming him Thursday after noon February 6 at 65 oclock 1902 Mr Robinson waqa Master Mason and a conisistentimember of the Christ services conducted by Eld Z T Williams tbs body was turned over to the Masmic Fraternity and the remains laid to rst In the city cemetery after the usual formali ties of the order To the bereaved ones this community tenders itsprofoundestsympathy Resolutions of Respect WhEREAS God In his infinite ws dom has seen fit to remove from the dally walks of life Brother Wm N Robinson a citizen of this place and an aged and honored Mason and WHEKEAS In the death of lIre Robinson the Masonic Fraternity loses an adherent who stood steadfastly to the principles of toe institution and in his young days was an active mem berTherefore Resolved that we as a lodge tender our sincerest sympathy to the sorrowing members of his each member of Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A M wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of the deceased the same spread upon the record of this lodge and the county papers be requested to give them publication WW BUAD3IIAW A G TODD Com J E MUKRKLL There must bean organized band of robbers in this section of the State In the last year there have been four or five stores robbed in Adair Russell and Taylor counties and two or three store houses burned after being pilfered Last Thursday night at Joppa a postoffice six miles from Columbia the store of Epperson Willis was entered and several hundred dollars worth of goods hauled away The supposition is that the theives visited the store with a wagon loaded Itandso quietly was the work done families living close to the store knew nothing of the robbery until next morning A vigilance committee should be organized and this band of midnight prowlers hunted down The robbery was evidently perpetrated by parties well acquainted with the premises and who knew that no one was sleeping in the store that night Messrs Epperson Willis will make every effort to run down the thieves and it Is hoped that they will be successful Invitations to the marriage of Mr Joseph Strull a popular Greensburg merchant who will soon be engaged in business at Columbia have been re ceived by friends of the intended groom here The happy bride to be is Miss Rose Bonn a highly accomplished young lady of Louisville daughter of Mr and Mrs Simon Bohn The cere mony will take place Thursday Feb ruary 18 1002 and the couple will be at their home in Greensburg after March 1st- Judge J W Butlers old black horse Jo died on the 5th of this month Had he lived until next April be would have been 33 years old He was a great favorite in the family and for the past six or seven years was not used for any kind of work Mr E F Oolberb and Miss Annie Lizzie Reynolds daughter of Mr J H Reynolds a former citizen of this place were married at Kiowl I T on the 19th of January We are authorized to state that the Board of Directors for the coming fair will be the same as last year with Mr RtF Paull added Every e1ortwUl be made td make this years fair the best one ever held in Adair county Mr Nathan Wood has rented the Baptist parsonage and will go housekeeping aa soon as his wife arrives from Christian county Born to the wife of B F Hunt er Bradfordayille Feb i 1902 a daughter jSstelle weight 10 Iba Mother and baby doing well Wilson Bros bought of Coffey Broe this place Monday a fan cy aorr0l hors for p225IiSti rlf Fraak W Miller tS thiikig of focatiag In CeliwW A Brilliant Occasion The Senior Class of the Loyal Temperance Legion of Jamestown were en tertained by Mr and Mrs W S Stone last Friday evening February The class consisting of Misses O2ga L Gann Katherine Simpson Clara B Snow Sallie E Patterson Addle M Jones Sophla Winfrey Vtfta Holt Josle Dockery and Alice Bragg were each dressed in uniform of evening dresses with badges of red white and blue the L T L colors As the class were receiving tbeguest photographer took a Hash light pict ure of the groupe There were several guessing contests The first was a table contest in which Mr Lafayette HJgglnbottom of Creelsboro was awarded the prize Mr Lee Lovelace the second Mr bllas Sul livan tlie Coony prlzj Rfre hments were served at 930 c insisting of cakes gellatln whipped cream and peaches The dining room was a scene of beauty tastefully dcc orated in evergreens and jlpanefC Jan lers The souvenirs were tiny cards tied with the colors of the L T L After supper the guests engaged in poets contests in which Mr Sam Nat II unco jk of Moatlcello was tbe prizewinner Dr J S Rowe the boo by The next was a chair contest in which Mr J P Winfrey won the prize Mrs Stone gave the party In honor of her class as she will move to Monti cellc The cass regrets very much to give her up Covers were laved for thlrtyssx Those present were as fol lows Misses Ethyl Patterson Pearl and Myrtle Phelps Margaret Jones PearLBiugh Effie Falfcenburg Mary Hayes of Somerset Haidne Rowe Willie Winfrey Rxy Falkenburg Messrs Lafayette Hlgclnbottorn and Alfred Armstrong of Creelsboro Sam White Clarence Duncan Sam Nat Hancock and Grover Rlwe of Monti cello T A Isbell of Kiiubl Marcus Phelps Eleiu Harris Eras Barger Si las Sullivan Dr J S and Clarence Rowe Since Dockery J Bryan Stone Walter McKinney anti Lee Laulace The guests departed at a late hour The general verdict of the crowd was that the Senior Class was adept in en tertaining Plcacbill Next Sunday- W S Dudgeon Pike Schoolhouse- Z T Williams Creelsboro W H G Sandldge Union- T Huffaker Pleasant Hill W P Gordon Militown T L Hulse Elroy Buck Burton Pleasant View J P Vanboy Tabor- J T Roach Prices Creek W B Cave Columbia For Sale My property locatJ in Liberty Ca sey county Ky It stands near the courthouse on the south side and con sists of a nice dwelling with nine rooms good barn also a garden spot For further information call on ad dress V M Lester Liberty Ky or Mary EPierce Kendall Ky 1m The county roads are said to be in good condition The Presbyterian Church is now without pastor Thieves visited Mr M L Mitchell last Thursday night and stole a dozen chickens Two of them were setting Rev M B W Granger filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Sunday forenoon and evening preach ing two interestingsermons One of the members of the Cadet company now being drilled at the Col lege by Gov Hindman reports that the boys Will recleve guns fromFraok fort In a few days Remember that a protracted meet lug will commence at the Methodist church in this place the 20th of this month Preparatory services will be gin Sunday night before Mr T E Fault will remove in a few days to the residence on Burksville street owned by Mr M H lIar um The dwelling that Mr Paull will vacate will be occupied by Mr Geo Sta l sIMr Geo Staples who is deputy sheriff under Mr Miller is makinga good officer and the people generally are well pleased with him He lives in town and will be ready to arrest of fenders at a moments notice The latest biennial reports of the Superintendent of Public Instruction are now in the hands of the county Superintendent There is one for each school district in the county Trus tees please call and get one for your district KELTNER Rev T L Hulse preached at exCe- llent sermon here a few days ago Born to the wife of Aaron Parsons a girl Mr GA Kelter and T A Furkln are conducting meetings around the firesides of this community N G Dohpney Johnson Edwards and wife andMrsT B Finn are on the sick lists WnWlltls and wife J KvRodgers and wife visited N G Doboney and wife Wednesday night Died on the 3rd the wife of Rich ard Rodgery t qB Uian and wife ware gurgtybf Mr and Mrs Walter Qlar SqtlJ fr Mrs rt1oJiQn who 86eentilck eeni tIne Is iwprovin- Ai IVrkiHj purch si l rofO KetrWiestio a h6lt4Q sad dvdii- aferOt i Wheat Is omf1 fliit and fu soma sections well of Adair couuiy It looks very FOR SALE 30 good steers 2 and 3 years old and 5 twoyear old heifers 33 of them arc red and red roan- STOKES Bites Stokes Ky BLISS This change In till weather made tile farmers in general resume tlieir work in earnest Mr M C Winfrey Columbia was here Tuesday buying eggs Mesdames Dollio Tandy Mag Wil more and Ella Staples spent the day with Mrs Sue Gr ssom Thursday Mr D J Schooling of your city was here Friday shaking hand with the people A lutof corn in shuck was bought here at 2 50 per barrel delivered Rev W H C Sandldge started to Cumberland county Friday to flit his regular appointments at Marrowbone Saturday and Sunday These much frerzes have so far a serious damage to growing grain crop especially winter oats in this scItion Mr WO Pile of Tabor neighbor hood was with Mr G Whit Flowers on Butlers lork for the night theIfirst of last week Mrs Carrie Powell spent one whole week enjoying the hospitality of the people In your city returning home tbe first of last week Mr Geo Waggeuer of Winchester Ill who has been abs nt from this country for twentyfive years is at the bedside of his aged father Mr Billy Waggoner arriving here Thursday- Mr W O Pile bought of Messrs G Whit Flowers and J D Flowers each a thoroughbred four months Poland China pig at 37 per head Mr J IlutchinSin a pmlirv mIlD came around lo loik nttr poultry last Friday paying 0 cents pr jiou id On Monday nlllJt week iiuclu Hilly Wapgeuer though virv fclx in health but not having been confined to his bed all the time walked t the front door to look out toward a moving lighted lantern when he accidentally lost his balance and fell headlong on the ground several feetaway below the threshold Consequently lie sustained sonic bruises on his head and face though very fortunately not of a very serious character Considering his great age and feeble condition it Is ally remarkable that ho did not hip pen to a dangerous accident At this writing he Is a little better however GItADYVILJE Mr Perry Hutcherson of Columbia was calling on our merchants lat week buying produce Mrs G T Flowers visited the sick at Bliss one day last week Dr Ben Taylor of Eist Fork was summoned to the bedside of the wife of Rev Wilson one day last week Mr John Rose of Nell was here last week and made arrangements for his daughter to enter school Mrs Julia Baker who lots been visiting her sick father W M Wugguiier has returned homo Misses Annie Kinnaird of Red Lick and Ella Duhoney of Columbia visE ted Miss Kate Walker last week Misses Josie and Moll e Caldwell of Portland visited the family of R L Caldwell Saturday night John W Townsend and wife Mill town spent Saturday night at tbe home of G H Nell J B Yates who has been with rela tiues and friends here forseveral weeks has returned to Nashville Rev T L Hulse filled the pulpit at the Methodist church last Sunday Mr A B Wilmore has returned to Nell received a large lot of hogs Monday paying 5c Messrs Barger of Eto were at the bedside of Mrs SC Walkup few days of last week Died on the 8th an infant child of Mr and Mrs S C Walkup J D Lowe the popular shoe sales man was hereen route for EJmoaton last week S D Cild well and wife of Portland were tbe guests of IL C Walker and family last week Sam Lewis bought of Wiluiore Moss last weeK 650 chickens at 5c D G Schooling the uptodate In surance mm was hero last week look log after uU business Messrs Strong lUll and C H Yates made a business trip to Columbia last Gilpin and J M Corbinof Sparksville were transacting business on our streets last week Our Democrats in this part of the country are very jubilant over the recent chatue made lu redisirlctiog the counties of the State We feel thankful that we have been delivered to that extent from the hand four enemy Mrs AUce Fitzgerald of Covingtou s tbe bedside ofher daughter Mrs Ed Wilson Robt Walker Sr will make a trip to U Ky this week and will prob ably go Into busiucscatljautpoist Clew Coower atid lrX ndhfil lji aa two wellkiowhyinirig men of this e mmwnIJYt1i ts UlttIc i roujilestim- idigiitIilg Windy Cuoa1errJie1vvj- 1aesial bckimd IiuLin f seven now in the had with a rock Drs Nell and Taylor dressed the wounds and report that the men will be ready for service soon Dr U L Taylor was called to the bedside of Mrs SC Walkup la week Rev T L Hulse preached the funer al of Mrs Rchard Rodgers near Pick et chapel last week She was a mem her of the Methodist church a consis tent Christian and died in the triumph of a living God FONTIIILL The health of the community is very B Smith returned from Lexington a few days ago where he has been visiting his son and daughter who artS attending school Mr Smith is well plcised with tha management of thu G McBeath of Irvins Store while hunting with Till Wade and T N Butcher accidentally got shot by Wade The entire load went into the calf of his leg giving film much pain but he Is improving Dr S D Hammond and wife of Ir vius Store will go toLouisvllle in a short time on business will be gone near two weeks We hate to give Doctor up but he wilt be back soon The hustling clerk at Irvins Store is the politest fellow you ever saw to his trade As it has been some time since we wrote to the News wa bad better say something about thu Maccabees they have gut their fixtures all O K and will gu to work at onc- eBREEDING Mr R P Breeding has saved a line lot of ice this cold spell Hid Iluffikcr preached an interest ing sermon here the first Sunday R v S G Shelley spett Wednesday night with Mr It breeding lie was In his way to Jones chapel where he held quarterly jneeJLlng Mr liuitarfof Indaoii represo lug a roller nrljjregistered at the Br tdlg hotel last week Tile many friends here of Mr Walter Williams of Bakerlon are sorry ti learn of his serious illness Mr Finis Biker of Atmndaville was in ths vlcinlty buying hogs list week Miss Jim Dillon is on the sick list Miss Traylor of Metcalfe county is visiting her aunt Mr J M Traylor Miss Josle Dillon entertained quite a number ef her friends hut Wednes day evening The occasion was one of the most enjoyable events of the sea son and will be long remembered by all those present Messrs Dave UcCom3s and Charley Herriford of Burksville passed this place Friday buyiog mules Mr PIck Tandy passed thisplacc Saturday with a drove of cattle Burn to the wife of James Simpson on the 2nd a girl The death Angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Pulllam Tues day the 4th and took from their home their little daughter Lizzie We tend our deepest sympathy to the be reared father and mothe- rHARRODS FORK Health of the community good Rev T J Jessee preached an interesting sermon at the Baptist church last Sunday Mr W R Royse made a trip to Bakertoa last week and report the roads in bad condition Shed Eliottof Cumberland county was In our community last week buying chickens The drummers have deserted this part of the country No one has put in hIs appearance for the last few John Curry who has been con lined for some time with typhoid fever is improving and will soon be out again The new road Is all the talk Al most every one favors it Mr J R Royse sold toC W McKinney a tract of land for 959 also one to Landy Stotts for 385 Quarterly meet ugat Greenbriar last Saturday and Sunday Several cases of mumps and whoop Ingcough in the Greenbriar neighbor hood Miss Jane Lewis is visiting relatives at Inroad this week The school at this place is progress Ing nicely New pupils coming in every week Mr G W Curry sold a horse to Arthur Rank for 43 Thomas Pulliam bought of J N Hundley two yearling calves for 20 Mr Ed Stotts GradyvUle was visit log his father Mr IL Stotts ope day last week Mr WR Royfie was in Columbia on business last Nonday bells R6stallrall Lebanon Ky oj franK BftoiJr16oi WMeais Aft U all toriwj undthi trade ntAdairnd adjoining oouBiiRr soclted Cwu fort able roosftWlo- dcets Framjk nllj the scdo- otJaa4I r J Isnt it iit tnHo is ar ever iltrt it biit at ua III j rf boa joq T Pi1t 11 r gnu well understands fleeing the public in this country where all a man has to do is to have a robbe ry deoljir d legal and he hns a right of way the country over However Brother J P has been across the pond and if reports are true has met u dhask that has out gaunralded him and he is in the soup to the tune of 175000 Well thatll not much forJ P st he will nut cHiiit the oust O- fcurtJP will proceed to make the bratof the situation and it is nut uulikoly h e will call for a court of inquiry and have his pur chase declared the real thing A dispatch from London to the Press sayn J Pierpout Morgans painting The Holy Family attributed In Titian fur which he gav 175 000 is now being exhibited in the Royal Academy show of old was ters and is flatly declared by all- Witte lending art connoisseurs to beau egregious forgery Claud Phillips the art critic of the Daily Telegraph says Repulsive as it is in its empti ness aud in every respect just such a thing as should be careful ly excluded from the exhibition there is no sixteenth century Ye netmn even of inferior rank to whom it could be safely given Mr Morgan is aware of the doubts concerning the genuine ness of the picture and is having an animated correspondence with a Parisian dealer on whose word he purchased it Few young men in the Stat have attained the political promi nence of J Willard Mitchell of Jessamine county who is an nounced candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Attorney General of Kentucky Since he attained his majority hi has tak en an active interest in plitics attending nearly all the curant- iono of his party and has ever been foremost in the politicaluf fairs of his c unity Mr Mitchell was nominate anti elected county attorney of Jessamin county in 1898 and in mOL way again chs en for the same oflice without op position from the Democrats or republicans As a D nicrat Ill his always been found at his puss tli duty advocating what hi tS10Ugtt was the best interests of Irs party and the people in gener al In 1899 and J900 his services u ro constantly in demand by the S ate Democratic Campaign Corn ittee and he never ouc failed to rspoud to partys callDanville NiWB Local Option in Kentucky There is going to be a hard light ever the Firrls local option bill which practically the Huberts local option b of last session It makes the cmnty the unit in deciding the qucs lion of local option to that if a ma j rity of the voters iu a county voe ullry there can he nn liquor sold In any part of that county Und r the present law one district in the county mightytetown or cities under the proposed lu cal option 6twwould almo t invaria bly vote wet it is calmed uhic in the counties containing smaller towns it is said the opposite rcMilt be reach cd Many rate the county unit rule has been a bone of sharp contention between the Pruhibitt ptis and those who favor the sale of liquor A pill of the two houses by interested per sobs issaid to have requited In the dis covery bal the Mends t1 local option havert iijaj irity ofIbmi two to ore Jn the Senate and f nearly three lo one in the House as matters stand now Therefore it is hdicvnd that the Stfht this year Trill be equally as exciligasit was when the Roberts bill was before the Legislature ivi Djii i iathauii of Lame couijt wasenMg to marry Joe Tuscy of Jackvju county but each insisted on the ceremony being performed at horn Ont ls account the wedding ceremony was delayed At lust tbiy submitted the question a t friend who decrerd they s oulJ start and walk each t- oir uttlirarectifou and that whrre they trot tile ceremony do per lorniel They me tat Livingston Ky and Rev T D Mulllns married them But little work wasdone fa the Suite Legislature last week Thero were jUBketfci Oimmittetj Who inspected the State InstlMilioiis between the champagDC the sherry and then there was an adjournment because Admiral Schley was in Louisville and some of the members wanted to see him and again Thursday was the second anniversary lift ssi8 iiatletv of Gotenwr Guebel tlie tiSLa 1t Ct1a Hi 1ljllrtUIIItrr u tr of tr th vrt It1lfIUld thO highprotectionist clique in the Fiftyseventh Congress that the people of this country will not al low themselves to believe that the Presidents courage and sense of justice will fail him at such a the iflpue of a tariff reduction on Cuban products sufficient to gave Cuba from flgricultural and commpr Mnl ruin th protecton st4 in CVugrooa nroiitw lx ldh de fri a time President andlubiu sentiment jiliko Their Rime is t compel Cuha to chMs between ptarvdtion and annox tiori They are playing the game to a ruth less finish The hightariff Republicans of the House Ways and Means Corn mlttee in refusing to briiig in u bill for the relief of Cuba have apparently strained the patience of the American people beyond the point of endurance The con viction has become fixed in the public mind that these Represent atives are resolved upon accom plishing the annexation of Cuba liy thf foulest of uipana thlrpnk ing of our ovn Inln plO IIg4 to a weaker putple The American people will not indorse the policy They turn to their Presidpnt in such a crisis They are besieging Mr Roosevelt in behalf ofCuba and of our national honor They entreat him that Cuba shall be humanely dealt with Atid thf Prrilent can make rtain the ftilfillinent tfour ra liinal promise to Cuba if he iso ininnMl lie can tllrov down the Uniintlet to tlin high tariff Repub licans in time Fifty seventh Cwt gres demanding a 50perceut tariff reduction on Cuban products AI Almost unaniinousAni r into sentiment will support the President in sucha tumid The high tariff plotter against n hll less little p ope and the good nti of the Utiit d Status Gov ernnifnt will not lure to con um mate their ciiuspimcy if President linotHVtilt thus defies them and liriigs the light into the open The American peopln ask the President to this The Presidents known convictions urge hunt as well to such a course The only question now is that of the Prcsi deutd courage And if his courage fails Mr Roosevelt in such a cris is the American people have made mistaken an estimate of his character that the consequent reo adjustment will amount almost to- Il tragedy St Louis Republic A Washington dispatchsays that Senator Deboe felt good over the retention of Barnett as Sur veyor of the Port of Louisville and showered thanks on the Pres ident It dont take much to make Mr Deboo feel good The credit for the victory in this case belongs to Commissioner Yerkes It may be that Mr Deboed happy frame of mind was due to the fact that his old and highly esteemed friend W 0 Bradley was knock ed silly in tho little encounter that led up to the reippointment of the Lmisville man George town lj mea Without stopping to think but few people could name the holi days already on the calendar As if tltre were not enough a meatier of the Legislature proposes to add another JIs wants the birthday of Gen Robert E Leo made a State holiday nnd has introduc Hda billucaerdiuglyGeorgu toVrnTiais Admitiug that there aw enough holidays would it not a nice ant to set apart a day in in honor of the dead chieftain Tho bill to pension exPresi ientsnt the rate of 25000 per tear will open u new avenue to special ieiiion agents We may all yet live to sop the day when wo will receive circulars from tho grafters assuring us that we are in all probability expresidents and only need to file claims to get tho cush John HiggitiR u bcakeman who had both legs clltull jllan acci dent near Emp rid4 Kan lust September has made a rather curious settluutent witb the railroad cojnpany Iluis to bn taught tel Ngrailllysit tliwCinpiit8 XpenF fand is t litv inploym ant for lift llr is t lie pnivtdfd witli a pair ifiir5c ttttn3tiFO iu jI ItJd2Hic1 r years oKi and 6 twfril ar itil heifjjrs 33 of thtfiTi are rid and red to ui STOkcs Buns SWkr 8 gY L PATTEFVV HOTEL JKTVieSTOWN KV jQSF No better place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with tho best the market affords Feed Stable in connectionJ TlERSON Cold water 0 with but 600 resdeni has just recovered from a smallpox vl Ration in which 351 persons were tacked There was not a single death Danger of Colds and Xjngrippe The gratest danger of colds and la grip is their resulting in pneumonia If rcasonabe care is used however and Chambcrans Cough Remedy ta ken all danger hill be avoded Tens of thousinds who have used this remedy tar these diseases we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted iu pneumonia which shows conclu sively that it is a certain preventive of hat dangerous malady It will cure cold or an attack of lugrippe in less time linn any other treatment Itis leasant and safe to take For sale by Cravens who guarantees every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two thirds of the contents This is the beat leoitdy in the world for lagrippa cough cilds croup and whooping cough and is pleas tot and safe to take poveati any tendency of a cold to reulllo pncuwuaia The New England States are In the grasp of the worst bl zzard of the win ter Must trains are delayed or aban duned on account of deep snows Saved tier Childs Life In three weeks our chubby little b y was changed by pneumonia almost vi a skdctun writes Mrs W Wat kins of Pleasant City O A terrible cough set iu that In spite of a good doodles treatment for several weeks grew worse every day Wf then used Dr Kings New Discovery fur consumption and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this grand medicine saved his life Mil lions know its the only sure cure for coughs colds and all lung diseases T E Ptull of Columbia and W U Wil kinson of Liberty guarantee satisfaction and I 00 Trial bottles free Congress seems determined to grant an annual pension of 5000 each to the widows of Presidents Harrison and McKinley Both ladies have ample incomes from which to maintain themselves in abundant comfort and they could well affort to decline this proffered government gratuity and they would suffer nothing In public esteem by Jo doing The claim of ober cough medicines tube as good as Chamberlains are ere fectually set at rest in the following testimonial of Mr C D Glass an em ploye of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardi ner Me He says J had kept adding tod cough and cold in the winter of 1897 trying every cough medicine I heard of without permanent help un til one day 1 was in the drug store of Mr Uoulebim and he advised me to try Chamberlains cough remedy and suffered tu pay back my money if I was not cured Mr lung and bronchial tubes were very use at this time but I was compctely cured by this remedy and have since turned to it whoa I got a cold awl soot found relief I also recommend itfi my friends and am- ghd to say it is the bst of all cough nkdlebics For sale hY1II Cravens The record fQr the amount of gold in the Treasury was broknn the day before Gage quit No wonder there were tears at parting I hphbjfd lOdMr Blackmnns drugs on1 one evening says Wesley Ni lon of Hamilton Gu and he ask ed ate to try Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with which I had suffered ftr HluiM time I toM him I bad riifithin stir mpJlflne ts they all ruitvl HoKilfr Wel Chamber 1 hIPIII1 itni iics rit hlp youyriu nci not piyf r It I tKiY a hottlu if j home ainl uII It according to RjrCI1tt 0 L j J Hancock t10 tel BURcSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop tThe above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready for be comfortable accommodation of ucsts Tablesupplled with the best the market affords Rates reasonable food sample rcooi Feed stable at ittauhed GORDON MONTGOMERY ttt Jlm Vflf lliW COLUMBIA KY Will rii Jiti 11 trail adjoining ounties Collections s specialty c erOfflce up stairs over rdullsdrul store L sU GViLL- E9NDERSON EST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS- nnrwEEN Louisville and Si Louis radar Carq Trains Pullnan Buffet Sleepers Night Trains r rcs rml urtlicr InfonmUlou address L JIR WIN p LOUISVILLE Slve SWelnbaum Kotbcbilb 8 Weintmum MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 619 ttIlest1I ain St Louisville Kentucky t USEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And tho constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong oman A haggard face tells tho story of the overworked housewife I and mother Deranged menses j leucorrhoea 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 WiHiCARDIII is doing this for thousands of American women today Itcured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter GloudeetJ Febl01901 I om so glad thatyoniWine of Cards Is helping rue than I hivo felt for years am doing ovra work without U help I trashed last week and waa so and one bit tired That Pows that the Wine 8dIs I am EttUar eehIe- rmanreverWM1eIortt and Sleep good taklagWldown are or air times every s5 3owntsfongkhadar 8168 AT BRDGG1STS rrafr roe els- eclrtnwiollrr 1 CMWtTwa f t Jtt6ntiOITg t06r 6nfI O = o E The News office is difJLferent styles and can furnish stockmen with Bills Cards and Folders Our stock of material is large and any character of printing in the above line can be furnished on the shortest notice REMEMBER o =That you can find a nice Watch ora tasty piece of Jewelry or a nice Dia mond Ring or Broach or Silver Toilet Ware or Silver Table Ware at very low prices or even If you only need your watch repaired go to see LEONARD HUBER 4JEWELERc 7J2WBIiTlc tSt Lniii lllo Robt Jobn F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nos 214 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky 6 G JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY T II E above styled firm are Blacksmiths a n d Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section jESpThis shop is the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give thorn a call when in need of work iu their lines lv- rlloto1Wilmore t W 51 TYILMOBB Prop Qradyville Kentucky ITHERE is no better place to stop than at the ahoved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached PARSON MOSS CO i BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COURT tilA KENTUCKI We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line iiiflrstrclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give tit call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LebaiionSteainLannilry LEBANON KY o 1ft rHOROXIGnLY cquJppedmodernI laundry plant ienced workmen and doing as high graden be turned out anyplace Jo the country Patronize a home iRstttutJitn Work of Adair Jtitssell Taplor and Green solicited WJOHPTOMSm t I0 REED MlLSRAgeata ColHteWi K tucky ro t fH l I Actual size of Watch Solid Nickel caso uud American Stem ivimler int 2 9u Faliyaar anted for ono year The smallest for the money and fully warranted for one year Just the thing for boys and girls and good enough for any man as an ordinary timepiece If the watch does not give satisfaction return it to us by mail 2 cents and we- will send you another In the hundreds we have sold not one came back Catalogue of all kinds pf Watches and Jewelry sent free of charge Established 1872 Reference 3rd Ba this city orany tuslness house 1IUON IIKARAWET CO 404 Market ouUvillo Cr 0BIO LL A1T IisYPROPRIETORS OITHJti 4 Marble Works 7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of 1MARBLE fiffleri6dll Wd6lie3d- SJ3EEE NationalI Lebanon ftjB t iJ IPRICEd LOVV WOiK GUARANTtfED Special attention given to cemetery work Prut1o ittF tiau ever u1before We are prepared tTl kt ds of masonry Mirksu II IB fouuoatiou fronts etc VK FiFFrtttvsIutimLI AuHiit Cohiiikhia Ky CHAS A BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Farmers shop your tobacco t tim old rtttpe Ficket Tobacco Warehqns INDEPENDENT C K BRIDGES SCO PROPRIETORS Cor Eight and Main Streets Four month torHue free i u OL3ISv KentuckyIe IJSSELi Li SPRINGS HOTELi i KI tit BL8KY 4eca1 l Is now oppn tortratat veir public the year rrfnind It is atarKft commodious hnlM log as the plctnr ln icates and Is run first clans ID every particularsr o oK ittt p VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prod Lou sville SebdCo9 Wholes le 9Wi e z t l ip t it 2 i H1 eg J1aUv titu 4 r i 0 d stSf f 1Qc- lJUtJ an tJf M vriJrft ioI r t f t