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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t lf THE AIAIR COUNTY NIIWS- 5VOLUME COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19 1902 NUMBER 5r OST OFFICEDBEOTORY JMEcseixL Postmaster Office hours week days 500 a mto pm COURT DIRECTORY iJiaooirCooRrThree session a earTblrdII Monday InJanJary third Monday third Monday In September Circuit Judge WWJoneg Oonmonweaith i Attornyy H W Aaron beritY FtVMIFr- ybfn hJuo saaaey c tarry CeuarPict tunday In each month JudgcT MurrcV HturihyJa rnett Jr f j ytnrkTtt Siulto JailerJKPCi ofir orE W Burton- S arreyor R T McOafff ec School SnptW Jon CorunerC MRuIICU TKegu1a court second Monday in iioh month idgeJ W kta5 vorney GordoB Montgomery CtiUli CH rnECTORY f PRESBYTERIAN o f BCRMVIUB Swm rReT T P Walton F pastor Services second and fourth Sundays Hr n each month Bnndayichool aU m every isabbaUi Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST VBtnuuTiuil STWIK Rer W P Gordon f pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundaytchool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night te BAPTIST HeT W B Bator SerVices third Sunday In each month i ladayacbol every Sabbath at a m Prayer neetlng Tuesday night OHMBTIAN Cl3tPBaLtav1LL 71PI aiI Z T Williams Pastor SerrlFlrot 8anday la each month Sunday ItOGlerery Sabbath at a m J Prayer meetiDirTPedaeiday nig- htL0D0ES e MASONIC No P and MEegu ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month JasGarnettJr WM qAItsxrSecy B AM No7 meets moonjalOlrr JR HP W W Secretary BRUNERtCOwnOLESALE = PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY rumps nose PAOKINGtIBOJLEK TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and faGtoru Supplies THE RHREMS OTT MFG COr INCORPORATPD 325329 Main St Louisville Kentucky f CHWISEHAH SOY + Successors to fldarn Vogt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Dlapjonds and Precious Stores 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attentiongiven to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond Oposlte Music allCLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE rDEALERS IN iIExclusiveHigli Grade Boots andShoes oaiolaroaa 14 I New DesIgns Perfect Fitting sModOTH Shoes tt T316 Fourth Aveng LOUISVILLE KY- FarfflerS J Fanners U tcJttkerourordersferAt f Hydraulic Rams Irtbrow water from your springs to f yo6rboifaoaoibarus Can alse f nrnh r igumps ofjnyklndcheaper thaseverJ 7 wrEao eaitcelurbtaforeeelflaatsa J tircall and semeattheh MarcQ8ijJIOj v 1t flw1fntJ jW 2i fj f iIk t y T- I Terrible Indictment On being told of the verdict in the Howard case You tsey Is laid to have said The Jury gave him Just what be deserved and I am glad of It This means that Youtsey knows that Howard is guilty and the prosecution has known all tbe time what it was about and in time will turn the light of the noonday sun on tbe horrible conspiracy and force the Governor of Indiana to give up bis pets Speaking in a memorial meeting held in Coving ton on the anniversary of the death of Governor G oeb el ixODgressmart Lentz of Ohio after reviewing the assassinations of Lincoln GarUeld and McKinley said In neither case was there back ot tbe assassination an organization nor a party but when Governor Gocbcl was assassinated be was the victim of u b dy of omspira tors unequaled in clepraity in America The Republican party of Indiana welcomes these crimioalsand fugitives from justice andbarbors them within their midst A man who harbors a horse thief knowing hlmtT be indict ed in an adjoining state secreting him and refusing to deliver him up to tbe proper officials is a particeps crimp after the fact In every civilized court Of the world A political party as well as an individual is gnilty of being pat ticeps criminis after the fact In harbor ing an1 secreting Taylor and Finley In tbe state of Indiana What great Re publican newspaper of tbe United States has had the moral courage to condemn tbe conduct of tbe Republi can executive of Indiana What Re publicans among tbe trustocracy of the country wLat woman ot the social four hundred of the country has seen fit to condemn with even so much as a word the low conspiracy to shield Tay lor and Finley from tbe punishment which fugitives from Justice should receive under tbe constitution of tbe United States and which the execu tive of the state of Indiana has regis tered an oath In heaven to support This Is a terrible indictment butevery word is true and we intend to keep it in the minds of the people lest they forget Barrqdsburg Democrat Ideas for the Kitchen Use a pancake lifter to place cookies on the tin and to remove them when they are baked Cold boiled potatoes are more petizing if a little flour is sprinkled over them while frying It saves strength In beating bread to use a spoon with a perforated bowl Cost ten cents Put wornout pie tins in the sink cupboard and use them to set crocky kettles in Rub a little butter on tbe fingers and on the knife When seeding raisins to avoid the stickiness- If there is not batter enough to fill the gem pan put cold water In tbeI empty space before setting the pan in the oven CrocKery ornamented with glltbands or figures should be washed quickly and drained dry never wiped even with a soft cloth Rub the iqner casing of Windows that shove up and down hard with a little bard soap treat bureau drawers In the same way To clean a kettle in which onions or other rank vegetables aYE been cooked rub with a cloth dipped1 inhot strong soda water then wash InsoaPYI water When black spots appear on doughnuts drop a slice of raw potato inwI the tat and leave it white tbenextI relay is frying and repeat Massa chusetts Ploughman The farmer who has to wad through the snow to a shock of Iceeovered fad ctet and chop It to pieces in order to geVfood for big stock thinks he bass a tougli time of iti and hedoeel Rut it Baay be that be has a thrifty upto date neighbor who shreds blsfodder J0 joodweatheijStoresltlna barn sail tibenwhen the sleets and snows of water come he Is saved loore tJbaa biilf thexroublej sad sort lose any fodder either The progre i farmer and the thrifty farffler oa account of his progressive sways Is quick to take advaBtage of all labor and trwbtCHaVIBgJ machines aed- ew 01 you wait stobk la tfce HutlCHl a G iCo iS y3si dyOBrUe f to 1t ItttQ bla who us tfestsck 1HIca ttree llrJetJ anal Nettl0aM STATE NEWS Richmond has a plague of smallpox Thirty persons are aflllcte- dAtSherburnBath county Thoma Bailey shot and killed Alex Lemaster Annie Douglas a sixyearold color ed girl of Maysville was burned to death MIS Ltttie Dunn if Smlthlmd fainted and MI in tilt tin aud was tally burned At Madlsouville Miss Mary Jtridlry died from injuries recleved by fall ng on the ice Jrs Carrol formerly of Hardin cnun ty killed his wife and then committed suicide in Oklahoma Ed Colt a negro criminal was fatally shot by Policeman Sullivan at Louis ville while resisting arrest Henry Thompson of Mayfield was caught by a live wire and severely burned Be will probably die Geo Buhl aged sixty five ycarswa run down by a street car at Louisville and his life crushed out At Paducah Mrs Henry Turner was held up by footpads at night at point of a revolver and robbed of 3175 Tbe death of Mrs Mary Bell of Louisville made the fourth member of Root Bells family to die within eight days In Boyle county Miss Nannie Pence sued Cadt W E Grubbs for 5000 for breach of promise and was awarded 8300 Ben Hardin and Miss Nannie Sims of Hancock county were married a few days ago It was the fifth marriage for Hardin and tbe third for Mrs Dorton Pike county Samuel Mulling aged 21 fatally shot his aunt Mrs Lucy Smallwood aged 48 He has disappeared Geo Scott one of the principals in the recent Owsley county fight in which six men were wounded is dead In Allen county John Pendergrass and Mrs Nannie Little engaged in a fight Pendergrass used stones and Mrs White used a shotgun and both are dangerously wounded The Court of Appeals affirmed the Bell Circuit Court sentencing Mack Yontz of Letcher county to life prisonment for complicity in the mur der of Mrs Jemima Hall Homer Potter aged eighteen years was fatally injured in a wreck at Dan vllle on the Cincinnati Southern Rail road Sunday morning He was taken to St Josephs Hospital Lexington and died that afternoon Two Lawrence county farmers found a box of tobacco floating in Big Sandy river One of them Wade Polly chewed some of the tobacco It burned his mouth and tongue severely and paralyzed one side of his face leaving him in a serious condition The Court of Appeals reversed the Casey court granting a judgment of 15000 for the administrator of Della Moore suing the Board of Internal Improvement for Lincoln county Miss White was killed by driving Into a toll gate and wrecking her phaeton Mrs Nick Ring Jr of Mason county had a terrible experience While on her way across a field to visit a neighbor she elland broke one other legs It was in a secluded spot and she remained all day in the cold Her husband found her late in tbeevening almost perished from her long exposure Tbejeldcnce of Mrs Amid Pole Bop l svlile was destroyed by fire Geo and Sink Gofer narrowly escaped perishing Ceo awoke id times to torow his unconscious brother through- awladowand thea jump opt just as tbe room filled with flames and the roof fell la Mrs Gofer and hirdaagh ter escaped istheirpigbt clothes WWIeParkerMorttin a w likaown citizen or Andersoa coaat was in a 9kxtn atLawrescelwrg 118 beeameln- Folve4le a dispute with Bob ungad Duncan becoming enragedat a rMBatk Mde by Morton assaulted IIiidbeat him so Beverly that his- lltcia despairedof Mr Morton was a F rafsoWterdarlBg the CivhjWar aajad terulsaeCororoouatpz A young maO id a railway carriage was wakiBfaaof a Jadystfcat to an elderly geatlesaau latbI4Mit with bJffl yh said tbf erI1 Bee- ttf9atuiiywifeafdI her if sbe Wore that bosoet some fool area ij likiVfimot it n8 jt iJaI was- si1etth0lress5lltdArof iJejocM Lr SpicyFrom Bryans pap r If the Istmlan canal game is played according to Panama rules spades will not be trumps Manifest destiny always managd to show up well In the footings of the expense account Lt the Nicaragua canal bill be push el at nee It is nut necf ssary to get the consent of the railroads Would the huoreuivj Curt stand 5 tu 4 on the constitutionality of a law in ci easing tbe salary 61 Judge Th IOIJC of starved Boer children are builded into ua iiiiiDumjut to Great Brlallns efforts in behalf of Christian ciVilization In tbe year 1902 an American mIll tary commander suppressed the Declar ation of Independence as an incen diary document If you have not renewed your sub scription tiThe Commoner do so al once President Schwab should be given credit for having the pod judgment to risk his salary at Monte Carlo rath er than in Wall street By using the Panama scheme to offset the Nicaragua plan the oppon ents of the isthmian canal have fallen back into the last ditch If Kruger cannot reach here in time to help us celebrate Jeffersons birthday be might come over and help us cecbrate the Fourth of July It might do some good to amend the salary bill to that the crease will not apply to judges who vote to suspend the constitution Edward VII should makeup his mind to arise on the glorious festal coronation morn and receive another staggering dispatch from South Africa God give us men shrieks the Chicago InterOcean This appeal indicates thatthe InterOcean is weary of taking whatever the trusts have a mind to give Recipe fur making Imperialism Dissolve a keg of powder in a barrel of blood and throw in a handful of hypocrisy for seasoning Drink while hot Perbabs it would be just as well to test that Danish West Indies brick before overthe The PbiliPplnebrickdidnotstandtheacidtest The old time republican sho wants to vote blsparty ticket without feeling the pricks of conscience should train his memory to quit when it gets back to Governor Tat says the Filipinos are rapidly acquiescing in American con trol The dead Filipino makes no ob jections and the commission takes silence for consent It will please King Edward to know that the men who will represent this republic at his coronation were select ed for the purpose of casting reflection on other American citizens Will President Roosevelt take Prince Henry over to the treasury department and show him the ragged patches on the republican gold standard law that saved the national honor Congress is asked to appropriate 500000 to build a shelter in Manila for American soldiers Whats the matter with the hospitable homes of the loyal and Americanloving Fili pino Perhaps Mr Whats the name of that fellow who wrote the naval his torwould like to test the popularI- ty of the naval clique by following up the track left across the country by Admiral Scbley Can a man with a family be a good Christian on a salary of 85 a week is a question causing great discussion in eastern circles If he is a Christian at all he wodld have to boa good one on that salary Senator Hale uttered a great truth when hesald If we are tobecome a great War power we will have to learn the lesson other nations have learned Every nation that stands snarling at another country depefcdsupon compul sory military service One cant always tell bow things will turn out and in this country there Is no fixed reafiOB why a boy who is born poorshould always remain so When Jobs D Eoekefeller then as poor M Jobs turkey Joined a aptlst church la eveklMlOblothe old lucre kvr af deacew dldat look very kindly on it They told Ute pastor be shield asakeas tfdrt to gsther la TBea of wsoith satedo1ettbese Poorbl it Tb1 vise jlJrw icoakl k p lilH tjo vr A Blundering War In tbe fact that the people of Great Britain now welcome talk of peace with the Boers in a splritof pronounc ed approval there is a significance which may be taken as promising an early termination of the war in South Africathe sheer forte of public sentiment The truth of the matter is that the English people are Justly and tremendously weary of this conflict A tax burden amountlog to hundreds of mil lions f dollars has bets fastened upon them a the direct result of the war The national prestige has suffered to an almost incalculable extent owing to revelations of Britains militant In competency Almost the one certainty now is that the next great war In which England must engage with a European Power of heron class will arise from the be lief that Great Britain is not to be feared as once she was feared glorythe war in South Africa and with all sorts of humiliation among tbe chances the English desire fox peace is emi nently natural A wise government would see to it that tbe South A rlca n war was speedily terminated even on the basis of generosity toward tbe Boers The bitter price now being paid by the British for Joe Chamber lains blundering is too galling to be maintained much longer without caus- Ing an overthrow of the Ministry sponsible for Chamberlain it Louis Republic Why he is a Legislator Dr Averdick member of the legislature from Covington when asked why it is that a man with a profession and not a politician should want to come to tbe general assembly said Years ago I was a young struggling physician 1 am still struggling but not young At that time my heart was easily touched by the pathetic in cidents that I met in my profession but in no patient did I ever have the same interest as I had in a poor man of my town I tried to cure her with my medicine but I soon found that it would take more than medi cine to minister her 1 sought the hid den cause of her illness and sorrow and I learned that an only son was in pri son and that this blow bad crushed out her vitality Without saying anything to her I went to Frankfort a youth without influence or repntatlon to recommend me I entered the of ficeof Gov James B McCreary now Senator McCreary I told him my case He laid before me along petition for the pardon of the widows boy and said This petition had no weight with me but your simple of that poor old woman Ican not resist You may take your man home with you Im agine my feelings I Limply took his hand and said Governor when 1 can return this kindness command me Several months before this last elec tion and many years after my meeting with Governor McCreary I was re minded of my promise to serve him I had not seen him In tbe meantime but be had remembered I agreed to run jor the legislature and now that I have noted for McCreary my work is done Paid the Damages Col JP Chlnns lox hounds did considerable damage to the widow Vorris sheep a few nights ago but the Colonel paid her twice the amount of damage ond slaughtered the seven young dogs that bad cost him ovcrone hundred dollars Last Summer Mr Colons dogs got Into a flock of sheep and killed a number of them Three days afterwards the sheenraiser stop ped at the Chinn farm house and in a chat mentioned the damage done his flock and said he was out looking for the dogs Dont go any further my dogs must have done it for the9 came home with wool in their teeth said the Colonel as he pulled out his roll- and paid bna dollar more on tbe head than be asked Colonel Chlnn favors a stringent dog log Baying Purify the Blood By taking the old reliable Botanic Blood Balm BB B cures Ricers ecze ma scrofula pimples bolls itching akin acbloR boles carbuncles If you areall run down take BB B It will give life vigor and strepgtfe tot1 blocClBnB siakatf the bodipre and jich Drwgglsts t Trialtrea efsNLfree ywrltlegltod gaim 1- 04lPta i G5 a f t0A2 Kentucky Saw Works ProprietorI925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Rangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled workmen Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this andadjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed lV ANN N THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 Per Year o NNeeeNe tlrTHE COURIERJOURNAL t I100 Per Year S I NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL f i 150 PER YEAR i Subscribe ant hee p posted on tbe current I inote Nee 0 4 Oe ONe 00 e N OONOe o Ne0- o0NeeeeeeNNNe N N NNNe Ne NN tailoringI j e4s i e When you go to Louisville order i your suit at j IiJ I i TEbe ttnUorIJ220W Market Street Bet 2 and 3rd I I 1 i J Louisville Ky i is i N eeie NNN ONNOOe 00 0 e eee eNO NCe Empire Corn Drill fl BETTER ONE IS NOT MflDL Empire Fertilizer Corn Drill With Shoe Frame is well braced rigid and strong AU metal except the handles Built for business and satisfies every time With or without Fertilizer Attachment We also keep Field Seed Buggies Har ness Saddlery Farm Implements of all kinds Fertilizers of the very best brands Our prices are the lowest Come nun see us WiF JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant be suited in my ready made lino Iam prepared to make exactly what yon want I sell the FISHER BUGGY j warranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robes Ivhips1etc J W rCIM7N Columbia Kentucky fJ t Icwly furnished American Plan 100 Per Day NMBosler S Hotel t MEftLS25c f t HIO BOSIERrMana er 4h ttPtrPl1rIQf P t prisRverSsdtionRas eotfnllv Solicited r JltrtotJ IXnt z aJ1 C Mir1a1n 11 Wiab r O t ttOfL6DtUklI t J e4J ii v a r m h PhI COUNTY NEWS Puhllshad Every Wednesday rt T PdirountyTconvOtATEfl bO R q R iqRIM FdltoY- I derot1 to theinler-nrm nr ipti rarer nfthedtrnfColi and the people o IIlr UnntlplI Untied at the Columbia Postofflce second ntasnn matter f = rrTFCA1TT N RITZS F YEAR rt1CoSIX MONTHS5OCSTRICTLY IN ADVANOB WEDNESDAY FEB 19 The famous DeWitt saloon in Louisville has been told for debt The ransom for Miss Stone has been paid but the Brigands have not yet returned the Stone Young Theodore Roosevelt who has been critically ill with pneu + menia is now considered out of danger Hugh Mulhollaud has gone wrong some more This time ho is arrested at Paducah charged j with grand larceny In the Bell county fight men tioned elsewhere six persone were killed on ofe the Sheriffs posse and five of Turnermen Eouisville witl entertain the Jyitucky Legislature February 21 Preparations are being made and hospitality will be spread with a lavish hand For the fourth time the House has passed tho bill providing for a constitutional arneuduimit for the election of United State Senators by direct vote of the people J C S Blackburn Jr son of United States Senator Jo Black burn died at Frankfort last Wed nesday He was thirtyfive years old and a victim of pneumonia Congressman Allen is being urg oi to become a Democratic candi- a rte for Governor of Kentucky J Ie is undecided but will let the people know in the early Spring A Boston man was fined 20 fr using an old United States li ig as a waste basket in his office and yet Congress is free to make a foot ball out of our con stitution r Postmaster General Payno has announced that in the future fourthclass postmasters will be re moved for cause only Their po sitions can no longer be used for political purposes Prince Henry of Prussia is now enroute for the U SA- He will pass through the coun try in a hurry stopping in Louis ville only fifteen minutes He Kentuckyrtroubles Booker T Washington has been selected by the faculty of the Uni versity of Nebraska as commence ment day orator Members of the senior class oppose the selection of a negro and a class meeting to dis cuss tho matter was called But Booker will orate About forty days of the present Legislature are gone The Constitutional limit is sixty days About seven hundred bills have been in trcduced but only two or three have passed At the wind up they will go through at the rate of one hundred a day The bull started to rollin by the Lexington people against the play Uncle Toms Cabin meets the hearty approval of the Daughters of the Confederacy of Little Rock They request the managers of theaters not to book the play Well and good for that sentiment should have had its burying many years ago fiu the National House last Thursday a bill was passed pro yiding for the payment of the U claims of Cpnfederate officers and soldiers whoso horses and aide arms were taken from them by Union soldiers contrary td the tern of surrender of Lee and Johoiton li armies The amount tbfl ptidif limited to 50OOCr s ti IALexington girlwas out taking hotA a fewdiiyn ago and here 5s what phfl c melif H r fathpr was sittiii Jii thafrnt perch ells having the ki lnk primed php took a snap shut Prftly the father went inn the hunt and thebirad girl camp our pit Hnwu in thA same chair nutl ill daughtvrt 7ok her picture alto 1i hen the pint ure was developed it hId thj agpd father pitting in ih chair with the hired girl pitting in his lap The girl koriakiat hudftr gotten to move thp film nll db th pictureswore taken on the saute plate When the old ladyutter seeing the picture grwppUd with her aged companion it looked for a minute as though things were going her way but he finally shook her off and epcaped by way of the alley Since our occupation of Cuba we have not done one thing to re pair the revenge of war Wo have reestablished no families in their homesteads nor attempted to re stock barren farms and plantations We have not taken a sin gle step to extend the commerce of the country so as to enable the island to recover from the devas tation of recent war lu these words Gen James H Wilson late Governor of Mantazae and recent ly appointed as delegate to King Edwards coronation to represent the United States army charged neglect of Cuba in a speech deity ered at the Union League Club Chicago Gen Wilson made fre quent references to what he called the unfair treatment the island had received at the hands of the Administration T he speaker made it plain that an interpretation of broken faith might be pla ed upon our conduct by the Cu bans themselves Lookout for a reprimand A correspondent from Frank fort writing to Williamstown Courier says There is one spot in Frankfort at which all persjns old and young black and white rich and poor alike stop for awhile A marble slab marks the spot in the walk going from the gate to the Capitol steps where Goebel fell It is hure that the hat is taken from ones head while all survey the spot and the surround ings The window from which the fatal shot came is on the right in the Executive office j the hackberry tree from whidh the bullet that did the dastardly deed was cut is on the left and the perspective of the entire tragedy is in ones mind and before ones eye It is by far the most sought and most interesting spot in Frankfort this winter Foreign syndicates and alien landlords own over 23600000 acres of land in the United States from which they collect annually millions of dollars in rent These fellows live in palaces in Europe and England and the American laborer whose forefathers refused to pay a small tax on tea to royal King George contentedly plods along paying into their coffers many thousand times as much money as under the old method of direct taxation levied by kings and princes But we are a free people We think it so very much better to do this than to keep the land for our babies and children that they may have a home and plenty to eat and wear How the royal flunkies must laugh at how they outwitted theYankee A desperate fight occurred in Bell county four miles from Mid dlesboro last Wednesday It was at Lee Turners notorious Quar ter House Turner had violated the law and Sheriff Howardand posse went to arrest him Turner knew of their coming and he gath ered in about twenty of his friends and when the officers came up they were received with a volley of shots The firing was returned and the fight lasted for some time Several on a side were killed among the officers Charley Cecil who formerly lived at Barbour ville Turner made his escape but his house was burned More trouble is expected Hiram Gronk of New York is the only surviving pensioner of the war 1812 He is now 108 years oldand a bill has been introduc ed in Congress increasing fiiff pen1 sion td 25 peifmppik There are 153 widow of soldiers of this war butwoftbf the widows mrYiecl men Much older tWn HMlreli and the liWffflMHfej long slui beaueltd ft z rr FeDrujTyd2tbwajHeHe Birthday of Man tlllJtthrougb9 Booker TV Washington should h ntI Ji t rth where he linnored frrtbd awill never oire rqiiiility with the whites oJ7Bfl South or orate at a southern cy lrge A great many kickers vveiv in Frankfort last week beseecl ing the redistricting committee to bark on their work The Com it tee can not please every bodyid wbpi they get the State rearru Vd they should submit their report and let it be voted upon his uoii sensical foolishness to listen to kickers There is a probability of the Capital removing question beiug submitted to a vote of the Star Louisville Frankfort and Lexing ton will be the contending cities in the fight for location By a vol of 61 to 35 the House has passed a bill providing for a popular vote in 1003 on a constitutional amend ment to make removal possible It will take twentythree votes in the Senate to pass the bill there and frieidsof the measure are hopeful The lInuse Circuit Court Corn mittee has decided to report favor ably the Louisville Judgeship Ro tation Bill as offered by Mr Brown It does not affect the present Judges The Senate Committee on appropriations will re port favorably the 100000 Worlds Fair Bill Favorable report will also be made for an ap appropriation of 30000 to com plete the girls dormitory at Ai and M College FONTHILL MrsM A Smith is quite sick Dr L D Hammond and wife have returned from Louisville He is a good doctor and we are glad to have him with us Mr W H Hudson of Columbia was with us a few days ago looking for fat cattle and hogs We are glad that our county have stock to call people from adjoining counties Mr J H Smith our merchant is buying some nice hogs and fat cows He is a good judge of stock and knows when he has a bargain J H Smith purchased a farm of jFackJloy lying near his home consis ting of a lot of white oak timber which he Is thinking of working Wm R Foley was here a few days ago selling photos of our three mar tyred Presidents Lincoln Garfield and McKinley tells us he has sold near 100 DECATUR Dr L D Hammond and wife and A W Gadberry passed through here en route home from Louisville last infant child of Mr J T Rich ardson has pneumonia Cy Wade sold last week one span of mules to W H Walters for 8125 one mule to Abner Tarter for 55 and obe calf to J P Walters for 8 Roe Ray sold one calf to Baker Walters last week for 88 Uncle Sam Dickerson is reported very low with a cancer Ifyou have not enough cold weath er call at Decatur and be bountifully supplied Uncle Ben Holt the ropfesbitiian in Russell county was here a few days ago Rev Faunt Rainwaters preached at Friendship church last Sunday night There has been a foot bridge built across Goose reek at this place liojA HA Farmers have mal but little prep aratlon for work Mrs John Judd who has been very ill Is improving Mrs George Redman Isin a critical dying from disease in the neighborhood A few cattle have changed hands buyers have been quite numerous for the past week A Legacy of the Grip Is often rundown system Weakness nervous lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver ndI kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need thenfs Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and reRiilatorof stomach liver and kidney Thous and1iiye proved that they wonderful Jyfetreagthen the nerves build9ti the- syaEcpi tead rcsldreto health and good Bpirlts after an attack of grlpJr siif ferrBtfttry thetn Only 60r Perfect lietletdction lIluateedbyT EPaul of Columbia br W H Wilkinson of Liberty t CATTEVALLEY vf f tR Born to wlfe of Willie Hum PlireYIJ Firusty 11 a ten pound boy Y RobtJEao MOfOV H JucWwha bas been In Birmingham Ala for 3 years Is at home on a 1181t W H Jones lost two fino Jersey cows last weekfrnmeatiog lye soap The meeting at the Baptist chiifcfi conductjed bji Bev Arvln Montgom ery progressing nicely Uncle Frank Rice an old Christian irniVman who Is loved by everybody is trftmsly ill with pneumonia Mr utd Mrs Eugene Rice of Camp t i e arc at the bedside of their fiiu r Mr Fannk Rice MisxMilrie Bailey daughter of Mr Trunk Bailey Is seriously ill Mr Richard Smith and wife of Shl lo Taylor c uuty are visiting the family of Sam Speer John Hinroclf who has been attend lOll school at BnwltugGreen is at home with pneumonia He is Improving Barr to the wife of Willis Feese a daughur FtiLIX Eld niiuer or Esto preached an interest tug sermon at the Cbistian chapel on Sunday Rev J S Smith and Geo L Blauk ensbip are on a business trip in Ten nessee Logan Dunbar of Jamestown was here Wednesday on business Elijah Wilson of Jabez was her Monday night enroute home from Jamestown Cyrus Stan ton was atRussell Springs last Wednesday- A L Foley is quite sick with th mumpsJ and J A Bernard were at Font Hill on business last Thursday J M Blankenships family have the measles W J Wells Is traveling in thclnter est of the U S Medicine Co of New York Bill and Marcus Brown were at Esto several days of last week Jo Wilson bought a mule colt of Burnie Flannagan for 38 one of W A Richards for 2750 Silas Bernard sold 20 bogs to J11 Smith at4c J H Bernard sold ten hogs to same party Taylor McKinley has been in the cinity of Ono hauling staves Wesley Wilson sold D Wilson Son a farm for 500 Miss Ella Tarter of Ono was her last week Mr Henry Wilson visited at Mr Do Brockmansaunday Mr Arthur Stanton who has been a soldier for three years has returned On his way home he was married to a yontg lady of Indiana We have not learned her name Mrs Sarah Absber of Russell Springs visted the family of John Wilson one day last week Mr Henry Wilson visited at Mr R Phelps one day last week Messrs Jas Flanagan and Thomas Smith were visiting at Mrs Amanda Foxs on Sunday Wesley Wilson and family aregist ting at the Russell Springs Mark Bernard Simpson Simmons and J B Bolin are attending school Russell Springs KENDALL Mr JD McFarland of Rowena was here Monday Jack Vaughan of Beaver creek is visiting friends here Adrian Wooldridge made a flying trip to Mill Springs last Sunday Miss Tirgie McKinley of Sewellton is visiting her sister Mrs L C Wooldridge Mr Adaline Stokes is visiting his sister Mrs Marvin Vaughan Mr Hudson Blankenship Is visiting friends in this vicinity Mr Marvin Vaughan is in Cincin nati this week on business Mr T B Davidson will remove to Liberty in the near future The social given by Mr and Mrs L S Wooldridge on the night of F b8- was an enjoyable occasion Those present were Misses Maggie and Nan nie Rowe Minnie and Lula Vaughan Effle McFarland Virnie McKinley Myrtle Florence and Anna Wool dridge Verta Ly tha and Ella Lester Messrs Leo Sutherland and Oscar Ramsey of Bart Charley and John Camrjbell Adrian and Marcps Wool dridge Garvln Rowel Garfield Mur ray Luther McFarland Everett and Ewell Lester and ThomaS Blanken ship r Pu ifytho Blood By taking the old reliable Botaato BloodrBalm B BII cures ulcers ecze mar crolula pimples bolls itching skinachinti bones carbuncles Jf you are all run down take B BTB It will give life vigor and strength to tbe bloftd B BIi makes theblood pure and rich tilstsI Trial treat raeorfreei bYwiIlinrBltodnalmo Atlanta Ga r It yoantaritatuekla tho MutuaTOil aooIOilSCOtUP1RY sendyiiur mosey to N M mutt Cobs bla who will laiae she stack aadfetwatd to yoi familyt GRADYVILLE lastS1turdap j1 4 2Mrs L C Hlnrtmaa and danifhter were the guests of MM HM TfllinoF one diiylast week j i A B WiJrroreiGreenshurir acann panled by a Louisville FtsrUliztratjeulr wis here last week rr L O IIlndman sold his crop of bur- try tobicco lat week to Gen Ir Roger6 of Mill town for 5 72 hundred Horses and mules in tblss ctlri have bat a disease like distempTvri tbe list two mouths and a fewcs8 have proved t talOJRevs Hulse and Vanhpy are holding a seris of meetings at Antioc this week Wf understand that a real intern t Is iuatiifesed WJathis section last week which wssiiVuch appreciated by him Mrs Sam Walkup who has been in a very criticil condition for several weeks b improving at this date Mrs W A Wilmore who has been ylsltio her daughter brother an sisters at Falsof Rough and Litchfield for the pist month returned Jo he home last week Dr L C Nell was called to the bed tide of Mr Chapman Browning who ncelvcd painful injuries last week by a wagon running over him Mr Browning was en route to Greensburg Neiebait and that he would be out soar Rev WPGordon preached an inter esting sermon attba Methodist church last Wednesday eMrs Kizzle Murrell of Columbia spent a day or two herelast week with relatives and friends Mr S A Hughes informed us a few daysago that he had recently received a letter trom his son Mont giving the informotlon that he bad reenlist ed in the Standing Army and would not come home Mr Porter Fletcher Sparhsville here last week and informed us that his brother Jack and wife arrived In Oklahoma all O K They arc teach ing school at 70 per month Porter intends to go Illinois to live Tbe children and grandchildren of uncle Will Walker celebrated his 77th anniversary last Saturday by giving him and his wife a birthday dinner Born to the wife of L M Wilmore on the 12th a daughter mother and child doing well byI9 loaded with samples He sold a deal to our merchants Mr Dolphus Wheeler killed a wild turkey last week the first shot at a distance of two hundred yards By the way the next day was Mr Wheelers 30th anniversary and the wild meat was just suited to the coca sion Mr Geo Waggencr of Wrights ville Ill was here last week visiting hi sister and sbakintr hands with friends Messrs Luther Bell and J T Ham ilton of Nell were here last week Mr Ed Baker visited his grandfath er W M Watrgener who is quite sick one night last week Mr Thos Cuffey and son of Eas Fork were here last week Bosley Keltner was in Greensburg onedaylastweekeWillie r sold to Smith Nell nine shoats fur 50 W L Grady sold his fine young jack to Northern parties at a fancy price Mr and Mrs R T Caldwell celebra ed the 10th anniversary of their marriage last Monday Quite a number of their relatives and friends were present and enjoyed a bountiful dinner Many presents were presented and the day was pleasantly spent by all present IOUISVILLEIiENDERSON r ST LOUIS RY I DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS 1 i rs rr l+ asap sr s oL srs airL 0113 PartsrCdrsoa Trains ruilman euffcl SjeV rS NlgbtTrilns rrutciab1 rurihcrIaiRrlsatfoaedrlteh t J rriW1i tQItllrfttLU ltY J rP 1 0 000000000000QI FTI H 4 o L t 11 dce81133u 0AVSWc 82T GilErN ittD VLKUT STREETS I LOUISVILLE C KENTUCKY i 7 3 i 1Gcrrc O R urnslv R d i d A 0 Ild r1nCdiROn Fhstch sa rrl vtPIP n 10 t WOIYrardRni1 X i3 r c r wliu h en biH Pce C In1btJl A O L i A t wr9 1 t 4 f 7 v v 1 Wo W 7 4 tt 4 a 1J3 h lrfi a 1ijoJ11ll sr A =4 aa Jtpi good grade ofsheet iron stoves stove IncISrSold with or without essels extra low Come beforesail buying L VI Hall Columbia Ky HENRYKOE HLERC A BROWN HENRy KOEHLER S CO 333oZE DOORS SASH EiEE E333 BLINDS INtSEEEI LUMBSRr = 12th and Broadway Otli and Kentucky Louisville KentuckyEstablished 1827 OTRAINO Q HEIMERDINQER D TRAINO 00Si WHOLESALEL mPRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 154 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY j = WE WANT POULTRY EGGS AND BUTTER IT WILL PAY SHIPPERS TO CORRESPOND WITH COMPANYs WAIT FOR THE NEW STOREt c JOSTRULL Proprietor c I have rented the business house of N M Ttitt Sputh Corner Public Square Co lumbia Ky 1 and willopen a general line of merchandise the l5thof March Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents lnishing Goods I want all kinds tofjpo qtry Produce for which I will pay the highest price JoStrull Columbia Ey HARRY BPYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE COr MANUFACTURERS DEALERS IN Second iiandj and New flachinerYOE DESCRIPTIONS and Worlds 1109 toU15WMain Tel 615 Wiite for Catalogue e Louisville iHI Kentucky GT BLACKLEY LFRANLIN COUNTY MOULD Office S D HURST TVOODFOBD COUNTY Wepeiwent Tobacco Warehouse j-AJ ISLE HuRST C01Pr Prleto Auot ton DLnilyREtURNS KyF5ur RSoNAL MLNTION Miss Berth lVell visited at Neil last Saturday lr W n Jones was in Jamestown the fln t of the wtck Mr J E Murrell vac in Jamestown the tir t day of Curt Mr W P WalRer of Milltown was in Columbia Monday Mr JT Hamilton or 2frll was in Columbia avuruHy Mr RJrt Dih n yrlr Keltner wa in ovn Siiurda1 Mrs L H Hurt Is lu Lebanon visit lug her sick lumber Muitor LUIph Hurt was quite sick seveal diy of last week MrJi Russell Jr reached Cojum bla last Thursday afteruOuo Judge W W June weut to Jairies town and opened court the lirtof tile week Mrs Wm Butler is very sck anT MissFdnnif her daughter has pneu monla Prof J W Flowers of Gradyville was in this city Saturd ly and reports his school flourishing- Mr James Nay lor was in town Moo day and is interested in bridging Bus sells creek at Wilsons mill Miss Lora West was called to Camp bellsville Saturday her niece little Jesse West being very sick Mr John Q Alexander ae populara traveling salesman wild Campbellsvllle was in Columbia Sat urdayfMr P V Grissom has secured a po sition with Stratum Terswggei wholesale tin and stove and is now on the road Mr G G Reynolds of Ozark was in Columbia Monday and stated emphatically that he favored bridgingd Russells creek Mr Geo Waggener of Illinois who has been visiting his father Mr Ww- Waggoner near Bliss left for hisihome Tuesday morning Messrs J F Montgomery Rollin Hurt Jas Garnett Jr and F R Winfrey of Columbia bar are attend Ilugthe Russell circuit court Little Henry Reed son of Mr E W Reed who was dangerously sick last week is improving rapidly and at this hour Edgar is on the sick listeI Mr E E Coffey of Rollensburg Green county was visiting this town the first of the week Mr Coffey will repoit the happenings of his section I for the News Uncle Billy Waggener now in hislOOthyear who fell and hurt ten days ago improves very slowlya It is hoped that he will IIInjuries and that many more days are I in store for him I I a D I LOCAL JOTTINGS fellLa Last Wednesday was Ash Wednesday the beginning of Lent Born to the wife of Ed Hatcher on the 14th adaughter- Thesnow f1 now on tbe ground is of great worth to wheat and grass Mr H C Wolford and wife have t moved to the Methodist parsonage Frank Dohoney sold last week tobSmith Nell 30 fat hogs at 5 cents h k Rev W B Cave preached at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday nightLJ H Caldwell sold to Smith Nell 32 fat hogs averging17O pounds at 5 cents Last Friday was Valentine Day but f Very few passed through the office atathis place LoSTAblack elastic belt with buckle The tinder will please return to this office I Mr J B Barbee this place lost a valuable horse last week from some un known cause MiasXatefNaoIer of Casey county was burned to death at her home one day last week The noon mall failed to reach Colum bia last Thursday A wreck on the r raUroad was reported A great many Adair county people were in Jymestown at the opening of circuit court Monday The public school building at Burn 4aideburnediuesdayeventhg A defec was cause Tile meetiogat the Methodist church is now in progress Large audiences attend the night services Mr W Patteson is now a housekeeper Jamestown His family and- household goods went dVer last week Rev T F WHllonscburch building at Cloverport is a handsome new edi 4ace It sJJghtedwith gas and beat furnaces I Our correspondents du nit s tiu tu uedenrtand that letters for this paper ustbe mailed on Friday to insure PT1Bl insertion Mr V Bryant and have Jiba general stock of goods wrnch will be U l l1pID a few days Their tj1near his rt side nee in tbe SulpTiur 1Coutry 5 f l MrII WtHopkins anold and spected citizen of Green county is not expected to live as he In a critical condition Good song service add greatly to tbe success of a meeting and it is hoped that the singers will take front scats and doall theycan to add inteaest to the services Mr B K Young bought last week in Cumberland county thirty bead of two and three yearold steers at from 20 to 30 dollars per bead Pemberton Bros of EHzabethtown bought in Columbia last Thursday four southern horses from different parties at the following prices 60 75 585 and 85- 0Thefali of snow lat Friday night will do the growing wheat crop much good In many lpca1Itiesitis thin but the snpwwill giveic new life arid a lair crpirmay jife grown Mr Jff Sjtrulli of Gre nsburg who will embark in business at Columbia will havebis goods herejrha few days Itlsliis intention to have his store ready to receive customers early In MarchSMessrs M Cravens and O S Harris members of the ColumblaOIl Company went to Wayne county last week The oilexcitement in Wayne is not abating anda number of wells willbesurik this Spring Mr J J Wood who lives near Leb non wellknown Cojumbia being a brother of Mrs Jas Garnett was strick n with paralysis the second time a ew days ago and is now in a very critical condition Mr H K Alexander and Mr Walter YOung of Burksville passed through Columbia last Wednesday having ninetyfive cattle for the Danville mar They were in fine fix and will- doubtlessbiing satisfactory prices It is hoped that the action of Dr U Taylor and Mr James Garnett Jr n connecting their residences with telephone will stimulate others and that an exchange will ultimately be put in at this place All kinas of farm work have been completely hedged off on account of the extreme cold weather Tile Winter plowing co far amounts to but little nd unless fair days set in soon farm rs will be behind in putting out their crops Air M L Mitchell has accepted a position with Mr L V Hall our stove and tin man and will conduct the business at the store while Mr Hall after the trade upon the outside Mitchell is a good business man nd a acquisition to Mr Halls store The Danville News says that a son WDunn while engaged in cutting stalks on the farm of J S Goode near Hustonville found what proved to be tbe remains of a carrier pigeon Around the right leg of the bird was small aluminum band on which was engraved 50 S A1901r A farmer who understands his business says that it is unprofitable and a loss of time to feed In winter simply tohold an animal over until Spring There is no reason for sacrificing the winter months Warm quarters and proper food will make animals gain and pay in cold weather Mr Perry Hutcbinson waste Colum ia last Wednesday afternoon and had upon his wagon thirtythree hundred pounds of poultry which be bad bought from different parties in the county The poultry and egg trade of Adair county is Immense bringing in annual ly more money than is realized from the sale of mules cattle and horses Miss Viola Mitchell a daughter of Mrs Dollle Mitchell nee Mont om ry died at the home of her mother Mammoth Spring Ark January 8 1902 The deceased was a niece of Mr T W Montgomery this county and Mr J B Montgomery Louisville She was about seventeen years old aI bright intelligent young lady A short time ago tbe Taylor county Enquirer was boasting of the sobriety of Campbellsville and the breaking up of 4lblind tigers about the place but from the reading of the last issue we conclude that the devil has again struck the town Tile Enquirer is doing its duty in denouncing tbe traf fic but Its words fall upon deaf ears when they reach the whiskey Vendor Notwithstanding Monday was a raw day a great many people were at James town court and business was fairly good Some stock changed hands and the merchants did unusually well The docket is light for this term and will be completed this week Judge Jones gave hs usual instructions to the grand jury and they are now at work Twelve good men composed the panel who will use every effort to horse up evildoers FOK SALE Eight threeyear old steers will average 800 pounds and heifers JH Caldwell MilltownKyO Our storebouso in Columbia Ky Is fur rent Address WlLMsBROS Cave CfyXy Mr Wi nfMjerMhc present pwrnr of the Colombia M ll rnpnywllt bay fall ftklpjis pfjjlurafer including ruin and sycamti wheat and corh mfl pay iue blgliegt cash price I Mrs Elizabeth Curd Dead Last Sunday Lt loon at three oclock Mrs ElizaVih L Curd widow of the late James H Curd departed this life at her home near this town the causeof her death bin an nccuto attack of of Pneumonia She was in lJcr82nd year and was the ony sur viving member in this section of Mr and Mrs James Frazer who went to their rest many years ago Mrs Kate Alexander of St Paull Minn is the only memberof this family now living Mrs Curds illnes1 was so su den nod of such short duration that it was iru possible for all her children who live in other sections to teach her bed side before she was in the ira p of deith DrT If Curd of MiiMleshnrn hr only living son arrived an hour or so before death came and hile she recor nlzed him yet she was too feeble to talk Mrs M G Sale of Paducah arrived Mond ty right Mrs W R Carter of Texas was the only one of the family who could nut be present when the last sid rites were paid to their noble mother and fier body pluced to rest in the city cemetery Tuesday at 10 oclock Mrs Anna Poore and Ers Bettie Tupman were with their mother dur ing her brief illness The funeral services were conducted by Rev M B W Granger at the Presbyterian church of which she had long been a consistent member She was conscious of her departure and died in the Christian faith An amiable life is ended a precious mother gone This community cx tends sympathy to tile bereaved Its Growing Mr J N Coffey who recently return ed from Oklahoma reports business in good condition in the town of Blair Messrs Hughes Coffey are well pleasd with the growth of their town and feel confident that it will prove one of the best locations in Oklahoma They have given lots to the different denominations and in tbe near future several beautiful churches will be erected The Baptist are now at work on their building and it will be compet ed in a few weeks Messrs Hughes Coffey also gave an entire block fora school building which will cost about 4000 Tbe railroad is not yet completed to this town but in a short while it will be on one of the best lines that crow that fertile section The grade has been completed and early in the Spring tbe trains will pull in Quite a nutu ber of houses have been built including some good substantial business blocks a larg t cotton Ginn and other indus tries that are needed to convert a western plain into a thrifty substantial city The promoters of Blair Okla are aware that Rowe was not built in a day that merit is bound to win in the course of time and they are therefore confident that Blair will prove the best commercial town in Oklahoma We trust that thiir pectations may prove correct and from their description of that country trod the location of Blair we believe that ere long they will share the rich bless ings at a thrifty cit- yPreaching Next Sunday M It W Granger Columbia W S Dudgeou Freedom Z T Williams Columbia W H C Sandidge Hopewell G W Montgomery Roley T L Hulse Pleasant Ridge J P Vanhoy Clear Spring C M Deenor Liberty C F Breeding Poplar Grove W B Cave Gradyville For Sale My property located in Liberty Ca sey county Ky It stands near the courtbouse on the south side and consists of a nice dwelling with nine rooms good barn also a garden spot For further information call on address V M Lester Librty Ky or Mary E Pierce Kendall Ky 1m Tile Columbia Oil Company has un der consideration tbe deep bole theory and the probability is that it will be the first to penetrate the lower stratasof sand in the Wayne county oil fields This will be determined in a few days and as soon as the decision is reached work will be resumed Farmers are considerably behind with their work There is less ground prepared than usual at this time of the year but its probable that winter will soon take its flight anti uninter rupted spring without the blizzards of winter will permit active outdoor wori to progress But little work Is now in progress in the oil fields of southern Kentucky The weather has been so dreadfully disagreeable that work has been sus pended in the spring when the roses bloom again Wayne county will be alive and there Is not a doubt in our minds but that It will prove the great est field in the South Deep boles will tell the tale and the tale will be told certain Last WednesdIY nTht a band of theives visited the home of Mr Alex tinder Jeffreys an jigcn man who lives about four miles south of Grcensburg In Greencounty Theyjlred number of shots into the house and succeeded la ruBBlng the family from the prem ises They then eatcrcc the building and stole 9300 in cash and several Dot s n oh ltsMr Jeffreys thinks tie a fythads A pretty we Ming Ill Orur aft c Mfihodist hirch thU city to nlghtatgiiVrck MPtf Vaerir MeFarland wil btciuu Hut bride ot Mr Tului igeSiuitlt The church will bo approplnttily decorat d and th wedding pary huKmey aiticd The Intended bride will wnr a Pir muslin made vr white silk dId rho intended pruom con futluual black Mrs Cary Hurt will play the wedding march as the couple oars down the alsl proceeded by the uher Messrs Jt Coffey and Frank hut At tbe altar- a solemn anti impressive ceremony will be pronouuced liy Rv W P Gordon pastor of the inKaded brldtf Immediately alt r nil ceremony the happy couple will repair t tilt Marcnni Hotel where refreshments will ba serv d to a few special friends The tot lowing morning the contract his pal tim will leavi rr Louisville where tby uillspend a week with MI Smiths parent Their iicruiinuit home will be Columbia Many citizeti or Adair county were very fiivorabloiiuprisseitvith thcrali road article published in the last issue of tI c News Mr Euge e Zimmerman who is at the had of the inor prise is a railroad tu gnet and is well and favorably knnwn to any citiz s in Adiiircounty fltls a very wealthy man and is in puittiuu to coiumaud all the money he ml ht need for railroad purposes The lien proposed is from the Cincinnati Sous lvrn to SeitUsvllli Ky making with a HLC running into tLtl1 Ir woud cv dently be a plying piece of nad and Mr Zimmerman siys ho wil get trial ters in tangible sjape y Sprirg Hi will have the cooperation of the pro pie of this couotr The cadet ccmi any cotuprisiig a number of young men tii are imiiils In the College and icing drilled by Lieut Gov J R ilindmati appuand upon the square last We Inesd jy fore noon TheyarcaspleniidFetofyruni men and under tutorship of their fill clent instructor they are citchiog on to military tactics rapidly Drilling not only gives the boys exercise but makes them graceful in carriage The young men are very much interested but will be more so when teeir guns arrive While upon the square the company honored the News olllce with a salute a compliment highly appreci atedMrJ C Browning of MlUtown who was badly hurt one day last week is some better He was driving a team to Greensburg his wago loaded with staves In some manner he fell from the wagon and the wheels passed over his body Mr Browning did not think his injury amounted to but little and drove on to Greensburg When he reached that point be found that he was very sore and taking the advice ot- a physician be returned home in a buuny For several days the soreness kept him in bed but at this timcall Indications point to his early recovery Parties who delivered wood in this town last week sprung the price from 7Sc to 81 50 per load Its very rare that the man who wields the ax or drives tbe team can bull the market but one thing certain he Is jut like ither people will demand the highest price fur bis product Well we have no fault to find with those who sell wood for its only in the snowy season that they can get a fair price for their wood and if we had it to chop aud haul we would be inclined to the bull lair side from January to December 12 months in tbe year Pro ts on the farm are notas quickly secured as in some industries hut tbe farm is a sure source of income Though the profits of some years maybe but little yet the gains arc cumulative the fertility added to tbe soil ing a future store from which to draw In some occupations panics or business depressions bring ruin upon the mer chants or manufacturer but the farm remains asa source of revenue for its owner and that which may have been tars accumulating is ready and avail aQle at any time It is the opinion of some of Adair ountys oldest inhabitants that this has been the coldest winter for a great many years The cold weather set in about the first of November and there has not been a day sitce but I required a booming fire to keep the body comfortable It is now almost Spring with ice on the creek six inches thick Mr Dallas Simms who is known to a great many Adair cunty people in company with John Wathanwent to Louisiana two years ago and the two purchased a stock farm for 80000 They expended 21000 in improving the property and a few weeks ago they sold the farm for 60000 All denominations are invited to attend and take an interest in the meeting now in progress at the Metho dist church The meeting Is for the building up of the Kingdom not to increase the membership of one par tlcular church Mr L C Hurts Fairbanks Scale is now in operation They are located in the lot above his residence on Greens burg street above tbe jail convenient to stock men Wagons loaded with provender can easily pass in and out 3II Wm Isbell a former citizen of Russell county but who now resides Woodsouvllle Dart county is prepar lug to build an elegant residence Mr LifuJlIft dwelling was consumed by fire boot one month ago Mr Geo Blakemans dwelling house near Tburlott Green county was de stroyed by fire last Thursday at ua Iii TA vtt br Us coateiits tftefo iYtk1 d c- j Way in coprit g1lre boreI hgo 1002 thin unrciuiriy in the State Next Friday night is tbe regular meeting of Columbia Ldie No 90 in its hall In this city A telephone line from Irvlns Store llussell iunty in Munticello will be completed in a few days Every stockholder in the Columbia Oil Cn in this section favor one deep hole Instead of two shallow ones Vtare informed that the Board of Exiimjnrrxqf Ilussel county readopt ed the books riow in use in that county The M iv F High School has a yell aswe His a step but failed to give it till ft1 t dIY wlilo stepping to the tlflhcrulU A ftfv lartii shtve ponii eJ inw xid isn w netcJe aud we ask you tn brlntinitiincu Dont wait for fur ther noiic1 If you airrerd to bring w ielllitwat until Jie winttr b past This oPie ha the JarJt and best- elfIr jirintrs stationary has ver It itiit any oilier lime Or 10000 sheits of tmt Iud letter pIper of thtf hI st tradts iliad any thing else needed in our lite Mr W It Myers informs us tbat be will put in a shlLgle machine at hl mill in tlse nenr fu urtrrhis will be proStablo In oiuuectiou with bis mill and wil he worth touch to the feople in hi wij of iiiMirii Last SaturdiY tilgilt the rosllirce Mr seal rlankensWpn r lames town u as destroyed firfJtflpIIJtr with alll outvnts Mf nrt Mrs BlankeiishpawdkB Jut iu tiine to cape the imes No inSurance Mr H Coiteyhouirhtit4 week for CouVy Bros uni iritic est harness mares that was sold in he Danville sale He has asked the News man to take a ride which will be accepted when the mercury reaches Tbea you wlil get her name gait and pedigree Everybody was well pleased with the Military movements of the M F High School boys the other day They are being taught to go forward in a systematic way It occurred to us that they should learn how to retreat fur ao old adage says A good run is better than a bad stand We know a Ulan that could drill theta to p rfcc liuri ou a retreat Mr W L Walker lit Nell celchrat ed his 77th birthday pa the 15th inst For the past few years his children have tried to have a family reunion on this day and remember him with a nice dinner Upon this last occasion all the children excepting one a numberot the grandchildren and oth ej relatives and friends were present The usual bountiful repast was spread and enjoyed bv both old and young The business interests of this town are seriously crippled in the winter seasons on account of high water and ice on Russells creek It is hoped that the Fiscal Court will see the im portance of constructing bridges wherever needed and that Adair county may pride in having free and unobstructed highways in summer and winter in sunshine and shower No place In tbe county should be hemmed in or shut out and especially on the most public roads It is now time that our stock men should be advertising their stock It advertising pays it will pay to begin early and contlntic until the season is well advanced or entirely over GoQd horses are in demand and bringing high price and Itfchuuld be the aim of the owners of worthy sires to induce the people to raise more horses If you have worthy stock then advertise before tbe people have made up their minds to adapt themselves to conven ience instead of seeking for merit The early bird gets the worm Every body in this section wants our telephone system in Columbia broad ened and we confidently believe that in the near future an exchange willbe put in that will give as goods rvice in Columbia as any town In the State of its size The present town council is aware of the convenience and worth of an exchange and will doubtless sub mit a fair and equiable proposition to the party who may want to buy the franchise We predict that hello will be the word throughouT our town Inside of ninety days Fort SAutI will sell on easy term my 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 Address W B Hendrickson Waitkomis Okla To RELET Columbia Gradyville mall route for two years July 1902 to June 30 1904 Government pay 252 a year A pply to LLCAEY Cloyds LaMing Ky 4t My house and lot for sale Building new and convenient it you want a neat cottage and a desirable location call on me ROBEUT DtTJSOK Columbia Ky Fort SALK30 good steers 2 and 3 years old and 6 twoyrkr qld heiferfe 33 of them are red and red oan KM1lo CoUrie JoiurB i iaDcfliews 1150 a I r Dont pay extra profits when you buy e3and harness Deal with the factory our lowest wbolrralo rates Our system of direct to raving tbnuand ofdollarn tn en1age en rorner ot tbe country quote the rutII t3 thkt rite the iargeet waoksate and offr wsnremert to chOQ from no other paler can iVU cen percbae- givt the bndeetgunnae tnt noi every nSbcWI7OU can return the vthicl to nd ii reihIchargea both Save two Profits I Samtifrtiu t cquIpenrntVCtethe lIulI Urr18 pb etctbeIm1dtlllr factol7lt fortbelr high grade Dont endiavo0 PO 772 St PO to p IIXGolumDla Roller Mill W It MYERS Proprietor 0 J manufacture the celebrated Souvenir and Columbia Rolls brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuiT buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all kinds of Hough and Dressed Lumber furnitur Dedr1flell If you need Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address r iSR MYERS GOlumfiia K6ntuGKu1 n Il 11 ffiIf BELLS 7lh UrktIIEugene Bell belWill be thoroughly Overhauled and Renovated and will O 0 opened for business abut March loth This hotel which formerly the Phoenix will have an annex and winir with frontage at U28 and 230 7th street where the entrance ft office and lobby will he located and will be conducted on both American anti European Plans American plan l00 per ltl day up European plan 50 per diy up dTGood Order and Polite Treatment Guarantecdjgj l Saved HvrCliihls LU In three weeks our chtiVy little boy was gbaqgedby pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs W Wat kins ofPJcasant City O A terri ble cough set inihat in spite of a good doctors treatment fur several weeks Iiew worse cvciy diy We then used Dr Kings Nbw Discovery forconsmiipUon and our darling was soon sound nod well We are sure this grand medicine saved his life Mil lions now its the only sure cure for Cluuhi colds and all lung diseases T Epduli of Columbia and W Wilkinson of Liberty guarantee satisfac tion and S1W Trial hot lcs free LIBEld The eleventh district convention otI the Womans Christian Temperance Unfdn wiHbe held attbis place about the lastot May onfirst of June- yMrStappandMissKeenay from Middleburg were married here by Judge Rains about midnight one night last week- MivFayotto Wilkinson and the Misses Rubards visited Pcllyton last week Mr Burr Goppage of Bradfords ville was In town a few days ago There will be an jjll fiddlers con test at the courthouse here the 24th of this month Governor Beckham appointed M C Bransom to fill oqt the term of R W Allen who Qed as magistrate in magisterial district No1 Heals appointed W D Beard to fill the Va cancy Jo the oflice of magistrate in the Casey Creek district Messrs Geqrge E and Boyle btono P W M L Sharpe aud J P Wilkinson are In Frankfort this week looking after much needed legisla tion GS Durham late member of the mercantile firm of G S Durham Co Hldfljenurg was arrested and brought In tobe tried as to the soundness ofblsmind Mr f DOwons who was appointed Deputy Collector under Craft aULouisville bits resi CollectorI positjQnaucI accepted a as tore eJCl at Bardsuwn Mr W B Cochran who has been appointed and assigned to a position In the revenue service at Lebanon will remove his family to that place A petltlpu has been sent in to es tablish apost otlice Between Liberty and Middleburg at Mr Qeorge Davis Several large droves of cattle have passed tbronpb town la the last few days One drove of sixtyfive head came through from Burksville s othcbdb tnbauj MANUFACtURERS 1IOOTSND SHOES 4 i 019 WestAiUmst IiGtilniie rj Itit1i iiisR6Stdurll Lebanon Ky Frank Bell Proprietor f Meals served at all hour and tho trade nf Adair and adjoinine counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell is the successor of James Bell- Dailhiflilt flGetyte 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 Homes YETINERY SURGEON his ttalcrciIel IP FjtAJn crany lace work done at fair prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care 0 S D OKENSHAW Htlll tn i 1 ntmttatunt GORDON MONTGOMERY Rivtt lJaw COLUMBIA KY Will practice li Adilraai adjoining ounties Collections a specialty c TOffice up stairs over Paullsdrug store LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 55 3535 75 Light shipping 4 404 85 Bostbutchers 375i50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 Cojumpnto medium Vtchr 2 23 00 BOOB Choice packing and tratcb ers 200 to 300 lish 6 40 Fair to good packing 160 osfG10 Ibs 5 7 sou AND LJtBs Good fo extra shipping Sheep 22524 FIr to gKJd ji t 2ibi12ttom rn I J OBITUARY Osrthe mnruingof February 4 1Sont the hirre of Mr and Mm ftThnfiiM PuUiam rinr Sparkeville tha ttiig l of death came and cap turd for its victim the spirit of little Lizzrt and took it homA toad Lzzin wna 5 years 0 mouthn and 20 days old unusually bright and much loved by all who knew her While it is hard for na to give up thr darling on it is said that God does all things for the heat While God calls one awaywy larlyClVA the angels jeuiiid nr ih v nt her shore beckon iujj iii jNtrd hooiw God saying Vjjuiier little children to come un to me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven In aadueBd t e knelt at her bedside stud heard her lust pittiful moan then folding her hands tVr h r hpsom we humbly thanked God she was pone gone carried up by the angels with Jesus for ever to reign where none of earths blighting diseases can ever reach our darling agam We are lonely yes ever so lonely Our eyes are now filled with tears as we call up precious sadmemorIes We miss her constantly and me thinks I can now hear her cry Come up here dear papa and mama There is no death here Aloviug cousin I B Y AT REST The subject of this sketch Mrs CMicy Arnold was born Novem ber 211828was married in early girlhood to Mr W H Arnold To this union nine children were born four boys and five girls seven of whom are living three sons and four daughters Her husband died 86 years ago and left her with eight children to care for and rear the oldest son having died before the hus baud She was faithful to the trust left her all the children hav ing married and have good homes and most all of them devoted ChristiansMrs had been a mem ber of Mt Pleasant Christian r Church for more than 40 years Her husband was also a member of the same church and was a dea CDof the congregation when he lied Mrs Arnold waS spending hr last days with her beloved children four of whom are in Ti xas and three in this county Airs Ben F Thomas Mrs Lizzie Hart and Mr John Arnold She had made three trips to Texas to visit her children and came back Inat Fall aud has since been more rr less afflicted She was at the home of Mr Ben Thomas in her last sickness She had dropsy and was tapped once but it only gavetemporary relief She talked of her expect ed demise freely and said she was ready and anxious to depart and lo with the loved ones gone be Jore Bade her children and f lends good by and told them to meet her in heaven She was a sister of Mr Ham Judd of Cane Valley She hath done what she could INMEMOBIUBI Mrs Ellen quires widow of Mr Ed Squires deceased departed this life Saturday February 8tb at her late home near Cane A alley She had been confined to her room since De cember last with pulmonary trouble She was fortysix years of agelier last birthday Her husband preceeded her to the grave ten years ago She was lefta young widow with three cbil dren to rear and provide for She was prudent and economising and bad managed to do a goad part by her chll dreu They are good affectionate children and were so patient and faith ful to their mother in her last sick nets They never left her or failed to do all they could to contribute to her happiness But they are now truly orphan children but they have many good frlencs who will glacly assist in their needs James Ross and Mollie are the names of the three children The mother admonished them to the last to beccme Christians and meet her in Heaven She said she was ready and had no fears of death She had been member of the Cane Valley Christian church for number of years During the protracted meet ing last Fall she was so anxious to see her children all converted that she fOver taaed her strength in attending servlceshlht and day Funeral servi ces were held at the grave onSunday afternoon at thtSqalre yard where she was laid to rdst beside her husband Blesed are the dead which die in theLor lfromibtincefortn Yea saleth the spirit that they may Teat from their labors and their works tie follow Lbem J l t 4 ele S GLEN8FOBK The wheat crop is materially injured l y the protracted freezing The worst damage however was auflfid by the severe spell before Christmas There has been comparatively nothing done toward preparing ground for the coming crop A few ofour farmers broke their land last fall but those who have tried to break since the New Year have had their plows froze up for a month The movement in stock has ho n reasonably good in this part of the Bounty this winter HP Burger sold a nice bunch of cattle for a good price and picked up another gUild bunch from different parties Chapman Walkup some time since sold a good bunch of hogs to R E Tandy for the spring mark et Capt J S Chapman is feed ing a bunch of shoats for market Prof Fred M Scheidler who has been spending part of the win ter with his daughter Miss Lonla at the home of Mrs Theresa Dud ley is now giving music lessens to a few select scholars at the home of Mr W F Sanders Mr T H Smith who was rais ed near where Fry P 0 is now situated in Green county and who went west over 37 years ago is spending the winter in this vi cinity visiting his sisters Mr Jo Dudley and Mrs T A Dudley lie is in his 79th year but well preserved for a man of his age The residental changes that have taken place during the win ter are as follows as far as I know W L Brockman has re moved to the place that he pur chased from 0 B Smith in the upper end of town O B Willis is occupying the Methodist par nonage and Rev T J Gibson is occupying the United Brethren parsonageThis correspondent lives snmewhat removed from the theater of social events however he has winged the following Mr and Mrs Horace Jeffries were vis iting Saturday night at Mr L P Hurts near Montpelier MONTPELIER Eld Laurance Williams return ed home from Bowling Green last weekEld Z T Williams preached at Dunnville last Sunday Jailer J K P Conover of Co lumbia was here last week W 0 Pile of Columbia passed through here Sunday en route for JamestownD and J F Neat were here last week Misses Sallie Conover and Sal lie Williams visited Miss Maggie Haynes last Sunday Miss Sallie Jones and Nettie Denny visited Mies Nora Brad shaw Saturday night and Sunday Sam R Wheat who is attend ing Cherry Bros Business College Bowling writes home that he is well pleased with the school Lukea Co Lincoln county boughtrof F L Selby thirty two year old steers at 4o Taylor Bros of this place are feeding a nice bunch of hogs for the spring market G A Bradahw sold to R L Tandy a nice bunch of twoyear old steers at 4o- Bassett Hurt Jr one of our beat young men will leave for Ma comb Ill next week where he ex pects to make his future home We wish him much success We have organized a literary society at this place which con venes overy Thursday night and from the flow of oratory it is a self evident fact that in the near future the halls of Congress will sound and resound with the vOices of statesmen from Montpelier MuatpnttoWrk The wonderful activity of the new century Is shown by an enormous mand for the worlds best workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Constipation sick headache billipusness or any trouble of stomach liveror kid neys theyre unrivaled Only 25uat TE Paul of Columbia or W H Wilkinson of Liberty The latest biennial reports of the Superintendent Public ilnstructpn are now In the hands ortbe county SuperlBteBdenb There is ooe for each scbooi that ict IN tlt9 cofcatyJ Trn tees lelf4 lda get oie fllr4our 1 a ar i PATTERSON HOTEL JHTUteSTOWN KY WNo better place can be found than at the above iniuind Mates It is uev elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with thu best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON A Ltgacy of the Grip Is often rundown system Weakness nervous lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest need then is Electric Bitters the splendid tonic blood puriiter and retfulatirof stomach liver and kidneys Thousand have proved that they wonderful ly strutgihen the nerves build up the system end restore to health and good spirits after an attack of grip If suf fering try them Only 50c Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by T E Paul of Columbia or W H Wilkinson of Liberty 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 Cud ling tonic bItter are the best on earth and are 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 bright en the complexion the unfeebled con stitution 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 peo ple are going about with a dlsorderd stomach liver or kidneys or a dry hacking cough with one foot in toe grave when a bottle of Bartletts Challenge Tonic Bitters would dc them more good then all the cxpcn sire doctors they have ever tried Re member Bartletts Challenge Tonic Bitters are the best in the world Prepared by A T Bartlett Cane Valley Ky A total of 106 men were killed by the mine explosion at HondoMex The majority of the victims were Mexicans and Chinese Saved Her Guilds Life In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton writes Mrs 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 Kings New Discovery for 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 EPaull of Columbia and W H Wil kinson of Liberty guarantee satisfaction 50c and 3100 Trial bottles free J M Hall of Paris sold a 8 year old unbroken colt by Jay Bird dam by Belmont to F D McKey for 60- 0Bucklens Arnica Salve The best and most famous com pound in the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures cuts bruises heals burns subdues inflammation masters piles MJJloris of boxes sold yearly Works wonders In boils ulcers felons skin eruptions It cures or no y25 at Paulls of Columbia or W H Wilkinson of Liberty August Kocha laborer was ground to death in a largo hotair fats at the railroad shops at Co Iambus Ohio Koch had gone into the hotair chamber to warni and it is supposed ho was drawn into the fan by enction Nearly every bone in the mans body was found to hive been broken when twas removed r Kor SAtK tfordsp sabd seven pigsone incmiii iild Apy to f if9t r qt irli WILLIS gr r LYJSViLLE 1 NDEnSON E T LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS I1ImVEHN Louisville and Sta Louis Parler Cars on Trains Pwltaaa taffct Sleepers on flight Trains r rres ail further Information L J IRWIN p LOUISVILLE Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOOKProp 0tinThe above Hotel has been ref fitted repainted and Is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of quests Tablesupplled with the best the market affords Rates reasonable food sample room Feed stable at attached GORDON MONTGOMERY 1 9Ym 1T mtotll1 COLUMBIA KY Will pnctlce la Adair and adjoining ounties Collections a specialty o cgrpfflce up stairs over Paulls rug store She SWeinbaum IRotbcbilb 8 Meinbauni MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 619 hlcetlaahrSt Louisville Kentucky It USEW K Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And tho constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leucorrhcea 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 WlIEOf CARDUI is this for thousands American women today Itcored Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter- OIxndeaae Ky Feb I am e0 glad that your Wlse of Cardal Is helping me I am feeling better than I have Kit for years I am doing say own rork uritaeut any I washed last week nail was Bolono bit tired That skews that tho wine te doing mo goodI am getting fleshier than I over was ad takingwinodown five or six tunes every day hot ihroaghthedao81n ATfROGrlNTS adhrid iitttge ieLvaAicfWt t fmCbtNse84cbt fi garrue t r Iftt6ntionSt06k 46nII + f L H uE The News office is supplied with a number of cuts dif ferent 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 CThat you can find a nice Watch or a 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 go to see LEONARD HUBER JEWELERG 712 MarkotSt Louisville Ky Robt Jobn F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION os 214 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky 0 6 JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind if work needed in this section This shop ia the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need ofwork in their lines ly- rllotel1Wilmore W M WILMORE Prop Qradyvile Kentucky IT ERE is no better place to stop than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached PARSON MOSS CO GOUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work In our line In firstclass order We have been In the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable- as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 01ft rHOROUGIILY equipped modernI laundry plant conducted fenced workmen and doing as alga grade work as can be turned but anyplace In the country Patronize a home Institution Work of Adair Bufceell Taylor and Green solicited Wv JOHNSTON GO Ira i e QIIIlaQ Agents C61Ii11lbi itt1ti xa 7 Jobr 1oj t IActual size of Watch Solid Nickel case and Americas Stem winder at 2 25 Fully war anted for one year IMARBLE t flmerican Wat6li1i33- a33EFE The smallest for the money abdfully 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 of Watches and Jewelry sent free of charge Established 1872 Reference 3rd National Bank this city or any business house IRION HRARADET CO I404 ti Dlarkot Louisville Kentucky COBCOR N DAIYPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon JS Marile J3 Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of Dlumtl IPRICE LOW WORK GTJARANIEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such ts foundation fronts etc WM F JEFFKI ES Tocal Agent Columbia Ky CHASA BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable Pi ket Toba CwMeboUlSe INDEPENDENT C K BRlDGESCO PROPRIETORS n Cor t 1FourLouisviell Kentucky USSEuuSP ITiGSfiOTEKIMBLB KY ieo Is now openf6r4hetravellng publictbalyearroltndtj IS is a large cemmQdina sbuJld lug as the pfcture In dffctes ahdjs run JitstHclasS jo every pirticuJarl VAUGHAN GRAHAMv Prop 4 Louisv le SeedA9l tWholesale Dealers in IB1g4h Grade FieldS gS t 04 imSecoM t StreetLOuISYllIOKY i L 1 i jiN Jh it iuzo