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LI E r q 7 t d p I rt THE AIJAIIflIJTJNTY NEWS VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OONTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1902 NUMBER 16 POST OFFICE DIREOTORY JII Pottmastcr honre wetk das1OO a m to p m COUUT 1 RECTORY JiuoeiTOooKTTbreft se4sIone a yearThird third Monday In May and Mu4y In len try t lird londny In September Circuit JudKW W Jones 0 nmonweaith s Attorn yNH WAaron benir7w MUUr Olerlc Juo BCbfley 0 lUnrr uerPLret Monday in each mouth Jud AMurreV CjtiitY AttorniyJaIGroettjt- OlerkT R Stulta Jailer JK P ConoTtr AMensorE W Burton 3 irteyorR T McCaffrey dohool auptW Joncm OoronerC MKu sell eeconJ Monday In CirYOon TKegul rcourt ach mouth 1deJ W Atkins orne Gordon Montcomery CHURCH DIRECTORY pREsBYTERIAN STMKR T F Walton pastor Service econd and fourth Snnda SundaysChOOt lotI a m eyciy each month Sbbath Prajer meeting every Wednetdaj night METHODIST STzEITReT W P Gordon BITUAB pastor Service Aret Sunday In each month aunday chool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night SBAPTIST GmBMBTOo8nuurrBeT W B vaster Serrtces third Sunday In each month at m PrayerSabbath aindy8chol every meeting Tuesday night OHBIBTTAN PxE1d Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am PrayermeUncWedneadal night LODGES MASONIC No F and MBegu ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day nlghton or before the full moon In each month JasGarnettJrWM- AKmtpBecy- CoitrKBiiCHXrrBaB A No7 meets Friday night aJUrfuU oon Ja HP W W Secretary BRUNEJCOyflO75ALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Srreet LOUISYiiLE KENTUCKY rUmpS Hose Belting PACKING IBOJUER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHRENS Li OTT MFGGOIN- CORPORATED i 325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky f Cj WISEMAN SON SncGcs8or8toftdanlYOt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers la Diamonds and Precious Stones 11ne line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2dnd- Oposlte Music Hall fcOOJSVUjLE KENTUCKY tTHE T4EE OITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes OP INwDealgns Perfect feittlBg Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenme LOUISVILLE KY JFarifiers Farmers I an prepared to keYOUrOrde- rstorHydrauliRa I 15 t 5tothrow water from your vpilngJLo- t nrIoueebMI gCJrialsofnrnlsbp- umpst of a 7 kind cheaper tharrtver Write to atOIUIqblltr08tlmafe5 4 or clIa d eat thtfVkalrcum n- tel L h ytsfiJq i4 t2 OS vlt MEDICAL JUR1SPEUDENOE BY Q PAUL SMYTHE COLUMWA KY Address delivered before the Russell Springs Medical Society Aug 2 1902 MB PKEPIDBNT AND GBIJTIEMEN OF TilE SOCIETY It is with a consld erabje degree of diffidence that I vent ure to address the Society upon this subject of Medical Jurisprudence Though I appreciate very ninth the in vitation to talk with you upon this subject I feel that It would have been better to have referred the discussion of it to some one with moreyearsof experience at tbe bar and who is more capableof entertaining and benefiting the members of the Society As this subject concerns both physi clans and lawyers ifyouwill be patient with me and I promise not to detain you long 1 will preface my remarks upon it with a few words concerning tbe general relationship of the medical and legal professions Doubtless you will all agree that tbe needs and necessities of society have brought about the study and the practice of every professionand especially is this true of tbe professions law and medicine The medical profession Is more universally practiced and rip doubt is older than the profession of law as it is practiced by the bar today The people of all nations have their physicians every savage tribe has its medicine man Their sciences may be rude and very insignificant their practice and their remedies maybe simple but their purpose is the same as yours to relieve suffering to pro long life and in general to add to the sum of human happiness We see very little relationship between the prac tics of law and medicine except that they both pertain to the welfareof man and meet the requirements ofso ciety The physician seeks to restore man to health and the enjoyment of life from a physical standpoint while the lawyer seeks to res oreto man his rights of liberty and property and to aid him in the enjoyment of life from asocial standpoint In speaking of the lawyers and doctors in this way am more ktud than that part of the public which fur ages pave sought to bury them beneath an avalanche of sarcasm For centuries pastlnwyers and doctors have been singled out as targets by every writer and speaker who felt himself in the least far astt cally inclined For instance a lawyer Is said tobeya learned gentleman who rescues your estate from your enemies and keeps it Himself while Voltaire defined a doctor as a man who pours drugs of which he knows nothing into bodies of which be knowsless Not even is the tomb a safe retreat for them On their monuments we some times find such epitaphs as these Here lies the body of Doctor Chard who filled onehaf of this church yardAnd on the tomb of a lawyer we read Here lies a lawyer in this place Whose record is not a bad one He never lost a single case Becausebe neverbad one And on another we read Hero lies lawyer and an honest man and of course it was the Irishman Put wbo asked the question why they buried two men In one graveIThough we find but little relationship between the practice of law and the practice of medicine yet wh6riwe compare the law itself with the ence of medicine we fino bat they so overlap each other and are so blend ed that tis lard to tell lusthow far the science of medicine enters into and become a part of the law arid how far the law reaches out and recognizes madieal facts as a part of itself Every legislature Should beTamillarwltb the sciences of those subjects concern- Ing whfchlt enacts wsuLaw is the perfection of reason arid what is not reason should not be law wherefore every law should be framed In the light of a foil and complete understanding of its subject matter jtfucb1 of our common law Is nothing more than sci entific which Irom tfmeimmemo rial have been recogpized and accepted In courts of justice cases often arise thatcan only be determined byrI course to medical knowledge In such casealt becomes necessary to introducfe fflOitcourt o Jury Hot bneyifsed1aIj- cfeues pay boralded in arriving atja iuSt k Tbe applisatfOB DTjVbtt i r t principles and practice of the different branches of iiiedine to the elucidation of doubtful questions in courts of justice is what is kqown as medical juris prudecB In other words dical ju risprudence orasiVis snmelnifS call ed forensic legal or JSaremcdlclne may be defined as thuS sclcjire whijh teaches the application of every HrtinVh of mpdiral knowledge ilii nur fies of the law Ileuce anatmty phjslijfMVri clue snrgery chemistry pp jt hiand botany very often lend their aid iu dr lermihlng questions in court It Is obvious that the whole subject of mid leal jurisprudenceflsa question of evi dence and Isbrought into court bj troducing physicians and other expert witnesses A physician when on the witness stand is called upon tint only to state medical facts but also to express an opinion on the special facts of the case under consideration He maybe amined as to conclusions of scence drawn from partlcuar cxperimfantshe may be questioned as to the health of some person whom he has attended be maybe asled hIs opinion as to the probable cause of the death of a per son he may testify as to the presence of poison in the stomach observed by postmortem examination or other wise and may be asked to give his opinion of medical facts obsersedty himself or of facts observed by others f apd given in evidence Expert testimony is as old as the English law and older The Roman law permitted the use of it In this country it has always been received as a matter of necessity to enlighten courts and juries on scientific questions Of course expert testimgnyjs never received on the ordinary affairs of life which the court or jury is as competent to understand as any one else but it is received when the that ter so far partakes of the nature of a science as to require a course of pre vious study in order to attain a knjwl edge of it It is not necessary that in expert witness should know any thing of the particular case in question but when qualified may give his opinion upon a hypothetical case and in tact tills Is the most usual way of exanilnipg experts except physicians who of course are often called upon to testify con cerning wounds and the physitjalicori dition of persons whom they haVeatJ physicians are allowed to give their opinions and observations as evi dence yet medical books are nut allow ed to be introduced as suchthpugl the attorneys are usually permitted to read from them as a part of their argu ment The law excludes medical bixks as evidence because they Jack the sanction of an oath but ifia wit ness refers to them as authority they may be received for the purpose of contradicting him A physician who is served with a subpoena is bound to obeyltas any other witness but when oh the stand whether or not he can be compelled to act as an expert witness and give professional opinions without othar com pensation than the ordinary witness fee has not yet been definitely settled In this country there has been little adjudication upon the subject 1 fail to find where the Court of Appealof Keatucky has ever passed upon it The courts of Alabama Texas Minnesota and Illinois hold that physicians maybe forced to give expertopinionsas ev idence without other compensation than the ordinary witness fees while courts of Indiana hold a contrary opin ion but the weight of authority seems to be against the physicians and it may be considered a general rule that they are bound to testify as other wit nesses without being paid a Special fee for their professional opinions It is said that expert testimony doesnt command tne respect and con fidence it once did Originally physi clans and other experts were called in by the court as neutral witnesses ie they were not identified with either side of the cause but were called la by tho urtJtself to give Information to the court or jury concerning technical and scientific questions tater on the parties to the cause1 got introducing yaswasravableotb Asddowin many cass physicians are retained by the parties and paid an ex perts fee to testify just as lawyers are retained and paid to proswufeeor de fiiad the case The esperttestjmony given la th- efjeurrt brl1 aOhktso t wyHrs 1r thf tJ b ago has done much to shake the confidence of the American courts in such evidence It will probably be remeru litrcd by many of you who read the proceedings of that nottiri trial that the ixpf rt witness on oppiSi te sides clear Jy contradicted each Other yet each rhiinieda0 be stating scientific facts and their opinions were as far apart us the eternal abxlcs DU svtjrt Jazi iW r14 aid t nt ii hit trial tt- ittIdis iiiidunird to the eXIit rt bj htvaitorueys were propaied by the exp rUJthems Ivis In fore the trial fIt must be meujbered that physi cians and other uJtrts lfehuman b ugd and arc subject to the same inter cst and same prejudices as other wit nesses Doubtless it Is easier torn professional man b a train of m prop er scientific reasonlcg to arrive at an incurrcctconclusioa andstate it tlai it is for an ordinary witness to ruts state facts clearly within his own knowledge and for this reuslun h i wet for courts and juries to bevir 1 pautipus inJrtceiviiig txrert opinions Expert witnesses hect on the stqnd should be very careful not to prejudice tiVJufy against their testimony Thgy should never draw a inference without stating the train of reasoning by which their minds were conducted to It And it will not to use any more technical terms and medical latin than is absolutely necessary Physicians sometimes when asked of facts they dont wish to state fire a volley of medical latin at the attorney that nojury on earth could understand That is one way to evade an answer but I doubt seriously It Hr Is a good way to bold the confidence ofajhry The office of an expert witness Is to ulve to the courtthe adyaritage of his POre jQDatkn wltdge and the plain erand clearer he Is in doing this the greater the confidence thatis placed in his testimany i STATE NEWS Ola Miller aboy was kiUedbg fall lug sl telc Bellcyunty J f GOrge Lynch killed a miner named Wejch in Henderson county Ellis Abdon agedi nineteen and Myrtle Craft aged thirteen were married at Greehup Thefr parents gave con ei1tl MrsJaciibClaclc mentally dbranppd wandered from her home in Christian couqty lricaoiiyaVtire4md was frozen tod tl1t 1 Five menr were injured by a boiler explosion near London Two of thenv Henry Bare t and James Baker will probablyjdle i iIsaiali Proctor who was shot at home in Hopkins county byRoSh Taylor a young woman i4ead from the effectsof hlswoundsi Robert Bell an aJiedcitlzenof Bar Ten county was thrown froma wagtih as he was driving along the r tad and sustained injuries which resulted in his death three hours later A ten pound boy was born last week to the wife of John T Faulkner of Campion Wolfe county Mr Faulk ner is a veteran of the Mexican war and is eightyseven years old The mother is aged 23 years Mr and Mrs Jo Nichols proprietors of a hotel at Ashland had a narrow es cape from death A folding bed they had been occupying closed with them and when rescued they jyerec almost suffocated and were In a precarious condition At Somerset Miss Myrtle Huffman a prettyyoung lady followed her fath er into a saloon and knocking a glass of whiskey from Ills hand took him to bin place of busineS3after warning the saloon keeper not to sell hire any more liquor Huffman Is a business man Of that qlacp Mrs L ClayBrock Flemingsburg who recently raised a fund for Caleb Powers bln Issued an appeal for aid for the wife and family of Jm Howard who Lai e1sentenced to life Im prisonment for tbe murder of Senator Gpebel Sue says that Mrs Howard Is an invalid and in destitute circum- taUcewith three young children to care for Mr Thomas E Pepper of Lexing ton and his three sisters JCiss Dixie Pepper Mlsss Mary Belle Pepper and MrsChas L Bailey have Iono da partnership uader the first naeQejf Thomas B Pepper Co andifXHl baihl and operate diHfllerywtvlnV old IVpper farm in Woodford omaty kBjlwa aa Fawn Leap GHHII hwt ibeBjbfbkta for bbs new plant ifortfau Oolettwa ooBafflltted sHfeW iJr liBpitttfg lB OiHweli cuitntyIt- I r t f week The suicide recalls a tragic event Seven or eight years ago one Ijakera young man passed Holemans house at nigbt and sho at Holemans dog Hlleman being In the ardat the time and Baker thinking he he had shots Holenuan hurried home and hot htmself through the head A reward of 8250 has been offered by G yirrtflmni rthh tpnr beii iun of S rwj cliffrtfd with tin a nLIIa IS of Mrs Lucy B Sniiill ocitue vieiks ugo Mrs Small wo d was shot d wn oa her own dlor step In Pike county few days be fore she had accused Mulllns of having Illicit wnisiey in his possession He is now supposed to be hiding In the fastnesses of the mountains Sumo Old Stock inthe Ranks There h uj thing peculiarly gratl fylng in the fact that of thirty three medals of honor to be distributed for dcedut special gallantry In the campaign in Cubit Cbina sstil the Philippines twrny three will b awarded to nl slorif d omVers and prim tcs Enlisted men of the American army have always been distinguished for individual initiative and pluck in actloa There Is less necessity in our army than in any other in the world for officers to pet tbe example of cool ness and da lug under fire They In variably set this X1bl le all right but in most cases their men arc as prompt as they to manifest the fine spirit of fearless enterprise which Is such a poteut actorin war Similarly our War Department has aIway been just to the enlisted men of Qui army Their deserts are just as accurately known and as surely re warded as those of their officers even to the top of the lIne There Is no feeling in thisc untry that the fight ers in tne ranks are simply paid fight lot machines to be manipulated by officers who train all the rewards of gallantry They are sovereign Ameri can citizens voluntarily subordinating themselves to others for tbe good of their country and the glory of their flsgr And they fiuht as Americans every cain of them doing his level and independentnest Tneiav ird of medals of honor now just nnounced proves that the enlist ed man It the American army is still the same daredevil fighter as of old hurl that his government Is as prone to reward him as of old The proof gratifying Ijuiythlntr weare prouder of our soldiers in the ranks than of those who wear the shoulder straps and i hf s is saying a gNat deal because wp know that tbeAmericon army officer hasnt his superior in th- ewridt Louis Republic tax Rate to bt Raised FnANKroii YFeb 12 The State Board otEqualization which is in session here now going over the books of the various counties will likely adopt a new rule in equalizing the sessments that will result in a mater 11 increase of tte States revenne Heretofore much has been said about assessing property on an 80 per cent basisthat is if a piece of property was actually worth S100 its fair cash value woula be construed to be SO and it would be assessed at that sum The state board will not take the percentbasis into consideration anymore It fs said and will put the assess ment at the real value of the property This will mean In many counties at least that property will fo raised 20 per cent this year If a horizontal in crease of 20 per cent was made It would mean of course that the state would receive one fifth more taxes but such an arbitrary increase will hardly be made by Itie hoard though there is no doubtabout tbesentimentof the board being in jfavor of a decided increase in valuation all along the line this year If a substantial increase is made the resulting increase in tax 8 will obviate the necessity fur the Legislature tag ingactlon on any measure proposing to inCiease the tax rate to pay off the deficit in the general expenditure fund that his been growing for several years New Orleans was selected as tile jipxfr plaNt of niefltibg of the wori maiia Sofirage Convention Dr Thojnaa Neall Penrose reV utird jdical director of the United States navy died at PhiTadel Jihill Tht body o t ittle Rathertrd B lI a catidsotiftIPrts- iidiitif thst iiam tW cremated atC It bmlltl X ff 1 Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory andnMill Supplies Pipe and Fittings Saws repaired prbifiijptly by skilled yorkj men Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this andadjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed and harncu Deal the factory Elselling direct to customer thousanes of I country quote thaaune rate to you thlll ecanalsoUoa r you an t to from as no toninn4wowmpayfreigbtcbagmbonays give the broadeatguaruntte Ifit not in i Save two Profits No n rrlet3Jnqinrt tWrite tthe surre elc that have flontwaithave tho for rutum tue li 80x772Stlouis to once o I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f 100 Per Year- Nt Harms rricaa THE COURIERJOURNAL 4 i 100 Per Year t i IT i NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL i i 150 PER YEAR i a iiworft i4 b + tt Empire Corn Drill fl BETTER ONE IS NOT MflDE 2 Empire Fertilizer Corn Drill With Shoe Frame iswell braced rigid and strong All metal except the handles Built far business and satisfies every time With or with out 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 ann see us W F JEFFRIES SONr Columbia Kentucky Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Haiidmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant Ibe snit d in my ready made lino I am prepared to make exactly whatyon want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy rp jes whips etc J W GrsM NColumbia Kentu kyt jli MewlyJ mlshedJ pi a Americafi Pl nSl100 Per Da- y5Ni6 i 5Oss liOf61 ljMLs 25ctINIG OOtfRMj aaet t 1f if Gwou Riv r S otion Bwrjectfally Solioitedi t i r I52SWe tllllrtl Sine tJ LoutSYI1161t O O Lntffkff i Ii lT q 1P1 lJ OTINTYlTlmS Published Every Wednes- dayRV THE dJir y ounty Ngwsgo tr xCORPORATEfC- RAEa AIITtttRiN idttf r rf tAemnrunevrparer devoted to thelnte pctl of the city nfColrrobla and the people n vtMr an1 xrtJfiPMt cmtntlM Knlornd nt the Colombia POltolRceaesecond clasnial matter NRATk8t 1cO ONE SIX tONTHSOc8 raJCTLTlK ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY FEB 26 u witClaretmurderiuga man named Hoarde was acquitted at Lebanon last week The defense was represented by Lev and S A Russell Henry Wilkerson of Hart county is in custody charged with poisoning bis wife Mrs Wilkes sons body has been exhumed aud gher Btomuch sent to a chemist in Louisville rL A caucus will probably be had at Frankfort this week oil the report r theState 5 tiou and there is no telling at thi r Writing what the final finish will be Alfred Yitherppoon who was President of the First National JJiiuk Liwwiicebarg is better from threebullet wounds inflicted by ValkerPoliceThe two men had bred enemies for several months having had a street s viitiouutor lint Fall The Kentucky Legislature and officers of the State were wined and diiiel in Lonifivilln lust week by the Commercial Club Hon D G GJjisoii who formerly represouted tho Eleventh district in Congress liad fur Ins toast Tin Nw Kpn ttickyand he made a number of happy hits Lee Turner who was the proprietor of the notorious Quarter House n the scene of the bloody fig 1tinwhioh seven men were killed a few days ago has surrendered He gave himself up to Tennessee officers claiming that he was not a Kentuckian He also claims that hewasnotatthe Quarter House when the fight occurred and knew nothing of it until it was over He was carrIed to Knoxville A most sensational scene occur red in the Senate of the United States last Saturday afternoon when Senator Tillman and Senator rMcLauriu came to blows Till man in a speech stated that Mc Laurins vote was secured for the Paris ratification treaty by promise of patronage McLaurin eaid the statement was a malicious lie and the fight ensued The only damage were a few bruises about McLaurins face It is stated from Washington that Civil Service Reform will take a now stride in an order of Postmaster General Payne taking postmasters of the fourth class out from under the spoils system Hitherto under Democratic as well as Republican administrations these village and crossroads post offices have been treated as the po litidal booty of members of Con rest Whjn the member of the House was wanting the spoil fell to tbj Senator it he belonged to the party in power But this last of the scandals of the spoils sys tem is now abated There is no doubt that many members of Con gress will rejoice in the change Congressman Wheeler is getting all the advertising he needs with out any cost further than a light shock to his reputation which will passover by the time Prince Hen ry reaches his home It is our opinion that Mr Wheeler carried his criticism too far that his im pulsive nature over bubbled and that in his calm and deliberate moments he would oat be severe in his criticism nor so contracted in hisviewlaiftodenyacordialr- eceptien of the distinguished iu dividual who is visitintYity cost try Ae to the 1 tionorKllk Edward w belle res ai Mr Wheel erjthat our government Bhonld take nb par Uoriil VaatiWnt tO fl tr r Si chief ruler of tiny other government whether hf obtains htq eta tinn by birth or y the consent andchojcf of the governed is a courtesy that rur Government nhnnld grant enda Fpirit our peo ple should endorse but since our government has been built upon a foundatinu in loiter and spirit opposed to Kingly government since we boast of absolute freedom we can not see the propriety or ne cessity to pay such a high tribute to the crowning of a King But a little over n century has passed since our forefathers dumped the tea defied Kingly government and established political freedom in its broadest truest and most power ful form From their efforts and their principles the greatest gov ernment of earth has been built and now since our government is a great power we can see uo rea sons to rejoice at the crowing of King Edwardan outspoken ap proval ofa form of Government and the very same power that im posed its taxes on our forefathers without their consent Mr Wheel er nor no opponent of such a meas ure can denounce this intended action of the present administration too soy rely to suit us We appreciate the friendly feeling ex iiting between England and our country but the governments art not relatd in origin in spirit or in administration England doe not send delegations to clap hands over the inauguration of our Pres idents no Monarohial government has recogniz d the inauguration of any President as sufficient to war rant such an expression and such an expenditure of money as our government is to mike at the Cor onation of King Edward It seems to ua that we are drifting toward Monarchialism that the fire of libirty is beginning to flicker- ROLLINGIIURG E B Sherrell has just comple ted a large stock and feed barn John Heiser of Adair county is luilding a dwelling house near Heizer this place is attending school ui Greeusbnrg Milton Erwin will open a blacksmith and wood shop in the Coffey shopHogs are high and scarce Corn is 250 per barrel Mrs Ida Cornelison who lost her house and contents by fire is rebuilding on the old site Chas Forbis who has been con fined to his room for threevbkw- ith a carbuncle on his hand is improving rapidly R J Wilcox an Exie merchant was hers last week A heavy sleet fell here last Friday night Dr T H Heizer Wayne coun ty is in our midst L E McGinnis has employed Homer Edrington for the year The many friends and relatives of T W Sullivan surprised him with a birthday dinner Sunday the 16th An elegant dinner was spread and a very enjoyable day spent by all present Died Mr H W Hopkins Tues day Feb 18 at 4 oclock P MIHe was 68 years of age a loving husband and kind father and was highly esteemed by all who knew him He was a member of the Presbyterian church an exsoldier and was hurried by the G A R Greensburg No 88 in the Rolling burg cemeterySTOKES Rev US Turner filled bis regular appointment here last Sunday Rev John Wooldridge this place is holding a protracted meeting at Cave Spring T L Higginbottom of Creclboro was here last week In the interest of atalloriogestabllshment Mrs Josie Coffey and son J W Cof fey will visltWayne county this week J W Toler Is making frequent trips to Eadsville and the indications are that be will bring someone home with him soonfThe sieging school at this place connoted by Mr Frank Hughes has clot ed W N Stokes sold five 3yearold steers to Dug Eades 111550 Stokes Bros sold to Dug Eides Mill Springs 23 two and three year old steers at 2750 and 12225 per head J J Stoke bought of Mrs Isoell one baifer for 1250 Toler Bros sold John Twlford three heifers for 822 50 per head and bought faoan same 5 fearllncr mules for noo JV Qossage bough a James fowa one yearling mule for 1500 Harris BoeMgt b li ghta pair of aft mules from Mr klaibkr for 9110 Stokii Bros havefor eat t MIM of i ii 4 two iri i FaI yra 2treHN AJtL SIThe river 1tyglow lMr C c Oakes wasjcri Tnurs day Mr T O Irvin was in Jim sciw M Lester sold his logs t Mr Charley Kyle of Cellna J D Taughan and brother r nt work on the new mill Mr Coinellus Blankcnship wifp of Sewellton are visiting frien Is nre Mr Benjamin Wooldridge and son Leslie have returned from Li colt Frank Snow with the Amcr car Grocery Co Louisville was here last week Tie party given by Mrs Benlnuit Wcoldrldge last Saturday night was enjoyed by all present The Kentucky Lumber Co lw a a number of men gathering up lust In this section TARTER Iris a boy at N T Jones Lee B o ham Born to the wife of W G Shepbeil on the 16th a daughter Farmers are very much behind with tbcir work on account of the continue weather The wheat crop is damaged- J T White and Mr Tarter Hive re turned from Burnside There is an epidemic of measles in this community W D Tarter and W G Shepherd who left here sometime ago are located in Dallas Tex- T 11 Tarter has accepted a position with W Newbold of Louisville He will leave for city In a few days C A Coffey is teaching at Russell Springs lIe was the guest of your scribe Sunday Cattle and hog buyers haxe been merous A number have changed hands at fair prices- J P Tarter is erecting a dwelling near here Mr Walker Bryant will soon have sawmill In operation Mr Owen Humphries of Absher visited his sister Mrs V A Wheat Jo H Adkins Is located In Garland Tex and Is ell pleased wi th the West Otba Wheat and Elvln Shepherd left for Illinois Monday Mrs W Miller visited her sister Mrs T W Wheat last week D B White whorecently went into the mercantile business will go to the city in a few days accompanied by his son and buy Spring goods W B Hopkins of Roley was here a few days ago looking after timber AECravens who recently returned from Illinois visited your scribe Sun day night Miss Iva Cravens is visiting her aunt Mrs Mary Montgomery of Jop paThere was preaching Saturday and Snnday conducted by Revs Beck and BottomsMr Eastham has been visl tfatfhls brother In Pulaski county for two weeks Mr Levi Morgan has rented a farm of D P and J O White for the ensu ling year and has taken possession BLISS B E Tandy bought of Dr W T and M L GrlMom last week 20 head of hogs at Scan d 5ic per pound accord ing to size M J Murrell bought a nice red calf from John Pennington last week for 915 A disease something like distemper is quite prevalent among horses and rules In this section Richie Grissom made a business trip to Greensburg last Wednesday Perry Hutchinson of near Colum bia has been buying poultry in this neighborhood The poultry and egg business has been unusually large for the past year A small crowd of ouog people of this neighborhood made a mild storm apon S T Hughes and wife last Saturday night Mrs Jas O Grlssom gave a birth lay dinner last Thursday In honor of Miss Susa and Mr Ben P Grlslom W H Flowers one of cur hustling young farmers has a nice bunch of twoyearold cattle feeding for the spring market Frank Turner bought 13 acres of land near here from Gov HIndman From the indications there has been less plant beds burned than usual at its time of the year There has been very little plowing done and the farm ers will have to hustle when spring open up- Uncle Billy Waggoner departed this life last Friday morning at half past eight He was in his 90th year For the lastfcw days before death came bead been suffering with pneumonia Funeral services were conducted by Rev W P Gordon The retains were laid to rest in the old family grave yard below the church We ex tend our heartfelt sympathy to those in their sore bereavement Preaching Next Sunday W S Dudgeon Jerlco Z T Williams Cane Valley W H C Sandidge Union WP Ggrdoo Columbia T L HelaeIpfckettts Cha1 Dock irIQIIWhlteP- 1kAHBteolfGtQ1e m lj-t j fOLLOW TIlL CROWD many people must right wont mistake men throughout their TO MEASURE The Tailaring New and This sure International are for them highest in queJity lowest in price Get in line with these good dressers and wear the stylish and fitting clothes can be madeYet theyll cost you very little Well be glad to show you International line of samples at any you can conveniently call see them TOM L HIGGINBOTHAM Local Agent Creelsboro + f Kentucky aBELLS MarketIIm Eugene Bell Manager Louisville Will be thoroughly Overhauled and Renovated and will be opened business 15tb This which formerly the Phoenix will have an annex and with ifrontage at and 230 7th street where the entrance office and lobby will be located and will be conducted on both American and European American 8100 per day up European 50c per day up H giTflood Order and Polite Treatment Guaranteeda T I 6OIlln1ia Roller Milt W B MYERS Proprietor 0I manufacture the celebrated Souvenir and Columbia Rolls brands of Flour handle and ShipStuff buy Wheat and and furnish all kinds o Rough and Dressed Lumb- erFiirniiure Department you Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address W R MYERS KenttQ FOWTHILL Mrs G B Smith who has sick for some time is improving M E Tarter an exresident of Wayne county has moved back to this county He givesthepeopleofWayn- a good name Born to the wife of Jack Brown a daughterW Hudson of Columbia lately came up and bought seven head of cattle of J H Smith for 8145 Among the number were two calves six and seven months old that weighed 1035 poundsJ Smith has bought 160 of different parties paying 4 and 5 cents They will average 133 pounds also bought one heifer of H H Wade of Lincoln county for 823 IY E Tarter our notorious horse trader exchanged horses three times four He of handling 110 and hogs the coming season H H Wade boDght two yearlings 82250 J K Butcher of Decatur sold J H Smith tour hogs at4c Jas M Smith our photographer is kept busy going from dace to place snatching beauties He Is firstclass photographer and gets of work A B eDoeofNashvtlle washers Feb 17 He has been on the road seventeen years as traveling man Is in perfect healthsays be nee er had spell of sickness in his lift He is good talker and splendid manJ H Smith k Co boughtll barrels of flour few days ago T A Smith D and sisters Ambrose Smith J Tarter a ndRobt Wade are attending college at Lex OUr last report we have been studying about the Maccabcs We find they are far better than we car pected It was a good Investment To RicLrrColesblaGrsilyvllle- mail route for two years July 1 1102 te iO 1S04 Gover uiritJ1ft y EtK i7 UaI J Jt At tf r irjtt i A laver stop to think that whatever pleases a great be very nearly all Well its so Follow the crowd and you snake a More a million Ithe United States have clothes MADE BY Bstferaslfcsial Coen of York Chfeogo the cOncern for whom we take orders is pretty sign that clothes all that is claim ed youll most best that the time to and Ky o for about March hotel was wing 226 228 Plans plan plan Meal Bran Corn If need Columbia been hogs days talks for a lots Tenn a a a sales a O Smith P j than a YETINEM SURGEON Klatnlo PoIlevU Splnts Spavin or any GUARANTEEcSATISFACTION I am fixed to take care o stock 7 S D OBEKSHAW Smtfe tram Cotrnba oa OluJT1t n TESTER Miss Ona Breeding of Columbia is visiting the family of J AvBreedlng Mr Mace McCa ree who has been sick is able to be out W A Moore and Mr Geo Eastare better Mr T Bryant Is receiving goods for his pew store Miss Rosa Barton and Hr JMCur rv were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Sunday J S Breeding passed here last week enroute home iJWinterMr F Shepherd buying fur this DIckerson of Gresham who has been visiting in this part rep turned home last Monday MrS V Heizer and family have jtwapved to Gresham Green county THfiWers excellent citizens and we reg h KI sMreedlog was in town Tuesday Rev lijnbftr tttf t1JJIJI his 31 owingtoMesRrs J F Neat and B Hurt were with our merchants last weEk Miss Pearl Nesit returned frym NentsburR yesterday wUere sun has rivlsitlptM G orifrtSpHlHJHH vlsf wfjhr family frf A1r tatott31rGsYrue Itrt1 IIdtI ylat SuraYMcfbtIrM lI edtug a rswiJyeig tjulvl jw l x000000000O T 7C e o T Ht et tOT at o JlL ft t i iE BET GREETED STREETS d uilrttio iLOUISVILLE rtEl i CYs ili1 1 cdl La1viJ anT arlrJrIOP O y uilElsfi 1v Ho t1 at Popular Pr ces ConveiJeittic iinjattic and P t8Ii fVMM J Jjlatr cX Chur h s and ThnaJUS i iPike Campbell A Oatt C11ii i ss- Q tiiiIT aaao ovaao aay t n G a OOQ Stoves and Manes 000 Jr J For good grade of sheet iron stoves stovepipe elbows and dampers call on me COOK STOVES t Sold with or without vessels extra low Come and get my prices before buying L V Hall Columbia Ky HENRY KOEHLERcA BROWN HENRY KOEHLER S CO t J DOORS SASH EEfilia J NGQ w EE EtltBLINDS INGS EEE EEtiriLUMBER I12thand Broadway 9th and Kentucky Louisville Kentucky Established 1827 TRAINO ANTONINI HEIMERDINQER D TRAINO OCX r WHOIESALES 1 EPRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 154 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KENtCfOKY WE WANT rPOULTRY EGGS AND BUTTER IT WILL PAY SHIPPERS TO CORRESPOND WITH D TRAINO COMPANY fWAIT FOR THE NEW JEW STORE frera I JO STRULL Proprietor i lijd1 I have rented the business house of NV M Tutt South Corner Public CLSus lumbia KY andwill open a general line of merchandise the 15th of March Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Ladiesfc and Gents Furnishing Goods I want all kinds of Country Produce for which I will pay the highest price JoSWl Cota t- oi Tr iP ij DYNE WILLS pt NTI 9 D- HAa Y B PTNB O f MANGFCfyAEflS lN P oEtEfs lff 5econdrlandt and New MOULD flachineoyIAtOE ALL DESCRIPTI6NS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W RrTel 615 Write for Catalogue t tr V- 4wKentuckyLouisville s G T BLAC LEY FR 2TKLRI COU2iTjr S D IIQOpFOBp Independent Tobacco Warehonstlr BLAOKIJCTHURST GOO PJ priton AuOtion and PrivtA eeJJa r r t1ADtI 7 1119j0 12t West Min Street Lr15K d free19WriiJrerlKwk H i iepr4i4t ititilee V 4 1 c PERSOL1CMTION V Mr 3 II Judd pent SundayJsi i Qolmujla Mr W Wllraore was in Columbia p d Yri1 MrJE flad1uf Fprdy was in tvtk Mfln14V un Ii Bjiirutanledihe Rus ttHc1rtuI rtfo Mr T C T 3vfdiin was In Liberty the Qrhtpf j hie week Mr TtSf FIfiRJtinbotti un Creels oro was IiC1UIlibL tourhy Mr LUhir WMliaru HontpeIer wa in Coumbia last Friday Mr J W Atkins wholasbeen quite sick for several weeks Is improving 5MessrsGcrilon Montgomery and C S Harris went to Frankfort Monday Deputy Collector Geo Nell spent two days of last week with his family here f Mr Thus J West and his little son Henry Canipbellsville were here Jast week Mr C F Montgomery an attorney of Liberty mas in Columbia last Saturday Mr Oscar Pile one of our oldest r citizens has been quite sick for the past week MrvSiqa Hancock visited his broth er Wa11acewhO is sick at Lexington itstrMrgSathTery and Al Pedigo of iBarrenjpunty were here last week I for horses Mr W L Walker who was quite sick last week is much improved and is now athlsstore Miss SalllePatterson of Jamestown is spending a week with her young friends in Columbia I ir WT Simpson and wife Breed ings are attending the meeting Also Mr Bobt Breeding same place Mr Penick Smith and wife Camps beilsville attended the Smith McFar land wedding last Wednesday Mrs W B Myers and her two daugh tersVGreensburg are spending a few weeswitb Mr Myers at this place Mr Luther McFarland and his sls Itei of Bowena attended the Smith McFariand wedding at this place last week Mr M W Young representing the Masonic Life Insurance Association of Western New York has been in our t midst several days I Messrs W F Hancock and John N Murrell Jr were before the Board CiVilService Examiners at Louisville last week Three hundred and fifty I others reported for examination c f LOCAL JOTTINGS Next Monday will be county court The M tcalfe circuit court will com meD e Monday week BF Swlggett sold to Wm Henry Burin a 5 yearold mare for 850 Coffey Bros will be on the market next Monday for a few good horses 1Ailkinds grass seed and seed oats Will sell you the best seed sower known for 100 W L WALKER Taylor Bros who are in business at StClear Spring are closing out their stock of goods Mr J M Curry and Miss Rose Bur ton who live near Craycraft were matried a few days ago 1 wilt sell you good flonr for 2 60 per 100 Ibscash I W L Walker Dr W T Simpson says there is no doubt but a good flow of oil has been struck on the Strange farm Cumber land county Deputy United States Marshal Coleman Is In our midst Last Sunday hearrested Shoat Burton charged with selling 1Prof Luther Robinson is conducting I the song service at the meeting He was accompanied to Columbia by his Swife who is a chuich worker I have a lot of hulled redtop seed which are firstclass that I am selling a5clb Chaff seed 25o bu- W L WALKER MrE T Sjapleton who was ac ciden allysbot In one of his eyes a willIFor the next ten days I will sell you 7 bushel barrel sIt at 83 cash I have a lot that Iwant to move W L WALKER Take your chickens turkeys ducks geese eggs feathers and all other kinds of Produce to Patterson Co James town They are paying the highest B rket price Mr A SStapleton of Purdy was E in tow Jast Wednesday and informed us thatbstewDlantbedshadburnedbla T in q1tou5ttw Bfoun bler vMyer8 wil bb at Dillon tI1Irch3rdid i2year8 old In good flwih Also a taw good ones 15 to 10 hands iff torn L Hlhgenbotham repre riDgI18tbUsluncnt ColUBabii hext Monday with a hilt line Of samples See hisad vertiseraent Joiyper J i V Djwl tNrnctfYMrsC Unrle Billy WaggeDer whose Gs had been mentioned from tiuieito tfmiIn the News died at his late home last Friday morning Had he lived until June lf weare correctly Inform ed he would have been ninety years oldAbout ouc mouth ago he received a fall sustaining Injuries which termi nated in his demise Before the cld nt his general health was good and he was occasionally seen in Columbia He was a pioneer member of the Methodist church and some years ago wasacti ve in religions circles He was invariably at his place in church and ready to do the work assigned him He was an excellent citizen and went to his grave honored and respected by all who knew him He leaves several children among the number Mrs T IL Price of thlscity Thef unefal seyvicestook place Saturday afternoon at 2 o c1ckt the late resldepcejj many relatives and- sympathIziugfriudsbeing present Rev WlliamJflarneyofWimOrC Ky a npjtod evangelist arrived in Oolumbia the latter part of last week and Is now preachIng series of sermo s at the Methodist church He is somewhat of a pulpit orator a gentleman of education and force and is telling the people some plain truths Sunday night the church was filled beyond Us capacity many falling to get seats The speaker took for his text Where art thuuand his opening theme was the sin of Adam and Eve concluding with the customs of society people iu this day He used the strungest language to express his ideas and he shot straight at the mark A large ma jority of the congregation endorsed his utteranceS wMle olbdr thVuBfat portInpf latogua was j imprppef a mfxed congregation Monday nighthIs was JppfessioJJ itook up ail theMds pT3ctie and ed God to uncap hell and let pandI wotnenlookilnto th Ivfd1 which they must fall unless they re pti ItipQt inowathift1Og how long the meeting will continue but perhaps ten or twelve days Mr E Zimmerman who is Interest ed in the people of this section getting out of the woods has written a letter to Gov J R Hindman of this place in which he says that friends are will inc to join him in building the Chesa peake Nlshville road through from Scottsville to the Cincinnati Southern provided they can buy tbe original stockholders at a satisfactory price There is no doubt but an effort will be made to close this deal and should it be consummated the road will be built Our people kindly remember Mr Zimmerman and hope that he will be successful in trying to lift them out of mire Joel Darnell a young man well known about town was put to the necessity of shooting William Sharp last Tuesday night A singing was in progress at Smiths Chapel four miles from town and Darnell was in attendance Sharp was not a member of the class but undertook to break up the meeting He drew a large club upon Darnell and in return was shot it was at first thought in the abdomen but the ball glanced and he was only slightly hurt Those present exonerate Darnell No organization in this section of the State has a more inviting home than Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A M and Columbia Chapter No 7 They meet over the Bank in an elegant ball and upon the floor of which is a new Brussells carpet modern stands have been placed Infront of the three principal officers and new pillars and arch is about ready to be put in The room looks like an elegant parlor and all the members are glad the expense has been incurred The widow Burton and her little boy escaped from the poorhouse last Saturday and Sunday afternoon made their appearance in Columbia The little boy was sick and bad walked himself down looking more dead than alive Mr Marcum furnished the boy with food and County Judge T A Murrell had them cared for during tbe night They were returned to the poorhousa Mr W E Myers has just received new mrchlnery for the Roller Mill in this town In a few days the mill will be closed for the purpose of putting in his machinery It will require from two to three weeks time and when completed will practicably be a new mill New machinery and better ser vice to the people will bring better returns to the mill Elsewhere we state that Mrs Burton and her son were returned to the poor house That s a mistake Dr J N Page raised a fund and had them sent to their former home in the Eastern portion of the county Dr Page is always ready to dp what he can tor suffering humanity Fou SALEA nice dwelling contain ing five rooms and nil necessary Out buildings in Russell Springs Ky There is a well of fine water upon the premises Address A P SiMPSokT JamestownKy Mr S T gays of Sparksville was tn Columbia last Thrdyau4 left some ctiwttlfis as sdal He stated that there wereanuwberof crops of tobacco in ills TfeiKboVhood unsold and a buyer is wanted If i Ed Morgan ofAlbaptndLijw4 ttbeBuss court Wedo not know how cftn e wsppcd htrs tha ftnt- edYIh w 0 w 1j1I at 311 lt1llk1itt 1l344The ell zeus of Cane jValleyv and vicinity w ri bereft cit an xccJleot neighbor andfriend last Frida morn rptllrnlnabout seventyfive years old and was known throughout the county as ia nun strictly holiest iu all his dealing He was ilcc two weeks acd s before his dfatu his nged companion and childrcu knew that the end w4s InconsIstentchurch and was ready to meet his Go lie was an uncle hy niarriag to Messrj J T and W J Page and J F Mon gomery of this place and leaves besldtis his aged companion anti chidri numerous relatives faU over t lie county He was a zealous Mason and was buried with Vth3 formalities of tlio order dear his late home Friday aCler noon He will be greatly missed anti to the surviving inernbersof the family the News extends syrnpatb- yAdnilnistrators Sale The persona1effctsleCti by Mrs EL Curd will be sold on Saturday March 1st next commencing at 10 oclock m Am i1g other things a cow one h tae twd wagons one of them new etc HO flalr 1Adi1I1 We are indebted to our frlenlDr- J N Page for th fQllowlnInUke- story few years ago saidhe a gentleman of this county visited a frlenS living on Snake Creek and before retiring the man of the house informed the visitor that should he see snakes during the night he need not be alarmed iThe visitor retired but not to sleep He kept his eyes fepaboutreptiles commenced coming in ae- 1coptiiuedCdter until he cbuytou sixteen very large ones He was afraid tp ge tupiand enialned t3tchhg loir ingrthe night The next morning the host invited his friend to r main with him several days and nightfipromk ing to accompany him home 1No said the visitor I want to see my wife and children once more before taking another night with snakes The property rights involved in the divorce suit between T L Hnmble and his wife were Bettlied by judgment at the recent term of the Russell Circuit Court TKJ court gage Mre Humbleltnoldi proyements placed pu her real tate by T L Humble also about 80 in money and for articles sold Bince tEe sep tion and a judg mOnisgainst him for 234 T L Humble gets the other property except the household and kitchen furniture and effects contribtfted to the family byMra Humble or her father Our McGaba correspondent writes Prof Grove Is hoidi ng a few daysrnoets ing at Allen schoolhouse Buck Bur ton s house was destroyed by fire lastr Saturday night Unknown parties attempted to break into widow Rooks house a few nights ago Teney Carries has entered into the goods business at this place John Rooks is on Cumber land river looking for a farm Mrs John Jones and Mrs George R driitn who have been quite sick are Improv ing Wheat crops are lookln badly John T Redman has a nice bunch of catle which he will sell Hogs are dying from some unknown disease A Sundayschool convention at Pleas ant View the fifth Sunday in March The way formany folks to get rich Is to make money and not spend it But afterall if everybody would do this nobody would get rich It takes a lot of spendthrifts tomake a cow munity prosperous A town wbern they were all misers woula be as dead as a graveyard as well as a mighty good town to stay away from and while it is a truthful maxim that it takes all kinds of people to make a worldt is none the less true that must be an assortment of the same in the tnaking of a town Coffey Bros this place sold last Saturday to A W Pedleo ol Barren county a harness gelding by Naboth for 8200 One road mare by the same horse to the same party for 8120 They also sold S E Terry one bay harness gelding for 815 Mr Pedigo Bought of J B Barbee one Southern horse for 880 Mr Terry bought of W T McFarland a three yearold mare for 8100 and one from Jo Smith at 85 Coffey Bros bought from Cora Mantz a four yearold harness horse for 150 Prof Spencer charged with being accessory before the fact of the shoot big of Will Sharp by Joel Darnell was arrested last Sunday and lodged in jail If you want low prices on anything in winter goods come and see me be fore you buy A lot of remnants now on sale W LWALKKU We have printed bills for Jeffries Bros and Mr Lafayette Pile this week Ttey have excellent stock and would be glad to show you through their stables POE SAtK 100 hogs will weigh from 60 to 250 pound One fat helter weight 800 Ibs J HSxrnr TntHlllKy William nw bbe deaf raate who oowmltted MJleirte at Bnrk Vijle two weeks ago wjw probubly the 1cnnab- who worked at the wddkr Ttraie In rUfa aipbffof ywrB ago 7- AuHis LlfdVOiJ HnJl This week Ve are ca led upon to chronIcle the death of Dr E B Kelscy which occurred at his late borne In Glcnville this county last Saturday afternoon The dtceasrd was a wel known dentist and practiced in Adair and ad joir ng COunties where lie bad many fri nds Ills death Is a serious bow to his wifeand quite a number Qf children He was an entti prising citizen and will be jinsatly missed in the locality where he so long resided He was a Victim Pt Bcr hi disease and was a fjfrfeatsufl erer before death came iiesluesSlime property he left 3000 io life iusurfffrce lie was a son liiIaw of Mr JasrB Mlllerf ibisconn ty and a brodhtnl1a or r1reory 1Miller tlis place lIe was about forty eight years of age and1 Was iilrlHcl MasynjcaHySuudux afternoon a large number of relatives and Iriendsbeljig present UJryiitjl1 iiYljio l Fever FanniCB Butler daughter of Mr and Mrs William Butler who live near town after a lingering illness passed over the river of death last Sat nrday morning She was about ten years old a beautiful child and the rldpl of loving parents Several weeks ajjpshe was taken with pneumonia about recCveredc from that disease When fever set up During her illness shfe hid the best medical attention and her father mother andslsters wereat her bedside constantly The afflicted family have the sympathy of fverybdy In the nefghbprhoPd Afargd 1 f rela friends attended the last sad rite J 7 A r tm th iJiqrii was pHaced ineJband8bf AT H Holt who is serving lila third term as jailer of EueselJ couuty a sum mOl s on an indictment to be served on one Tahnie White but before officer Holt could execute the same a U S Marshal came along and took Tanuie to Louis yule and Mr Holt was forced to return the summons not found md in doing so used the follow ing original words which rhyme Tannfe White hit found Some weeks ago hejejtown AUd fisfep6rted In the Louis villejail He now lauguTsbes without bail For Sale My property located In Liberty Ca sey c J tYJKy It stands near the ourfchouse pn the sutbSlde and con jsistqcir a ni awfllfng with nine roomsyRo6d barn aloa garden spot Forjurther 1nhirmaii ScalI on dress YoM Lestir rberty Ky or MaryE JJerce KendjaUjKy im ThcitfeetJngat Provfdenbe church ithis Bounty near Stapps Spring is still in progress Up to last Thursday nlizht there were five professions and several seekers Rev W BCave who commenced the sctxlceswas compelled to give up the workon account of sick pessRev Fountain Kainwater of PulaSki COUnty fi nov SJolng the preaching 7fr FoiALEl wfilseii on easy term my firmcdDalnlng1ooacresb ttom 20 acret ier IjLnd near the forks of CascyreeiL4aircountyKy Good welijbg slid outbuildings A deslra ble home Aftlressn= W BdI ndrlcksu- nr WauiomlsOkla r1 My abuse ahdlottorsale Building new and oD If IoU want a rieat cottage and afdesinibleilocatlon call on me r RODEnT tUDS N Columbia Ky This office has the largest and best stock of printers stationary it has ever had at any other time Over 10000 sheets of unto and letter paper of the- bes grades and auythlngelsaneeded InourTTne Foil SALE Eight thrge yarolds- teers will average 800rpunds7and belrersfJ H iealdwellV MilltownKy fMr W H Hudson representing Hudson Page was in Jametowntlef- lrstday of the Russell circuit court and bought fifteen or twenty head of cattle from various parties at3 cents Mr W B Myers the present owner pf the Colombia Mill Company will buy all kinds of lumber including cum and sycamore wheat and corn Will pay the highest cash price tf FQB BENT Our storehouse in Columbia Ky Is for rent Address WILLIS Bans Cave City Ky i B FNeat has 125 barrels of corn for sale BREEDING Bev T L Hul e preached two uiSundafMc Ed Atkins Franklin and P V Grlssom called ph our merchants this week Messrs Walter Young and H Alexander returned from Daaviile Tuesday Mr Hollaad Slnptoo was in Cplum bia SndyS tr1Vmll11af WW W8fB 18 IW TOViBf Corlb t TteUed htet attlereSBdy JSMlthpasetbroggk here wtk a Roittll arWe tottft hlg Veek rt 4mcJAMESTOWN Circuit Court anti other Local Happenings Though out the County of RussellI r Monday tho ITih of this montb nnrkPd the opening nt the February term of the liUSiC1 circuit court It was a bitter cold day anti up to ten oclock It looked gloomy fur the busf ness clement of the community and visitors who had dropped In for a da- yfl0wyer4tlienkn hour a fair spr Hug Df the yeomanry of the county btutJnni appearance and takljiiQJtifildlsagiaaaWe weather Into cooMdei qi 1m u c h business was tradcteUbefdrbnight JiidgeWj Wf Jpnts afrlVed about l030a m and hj nqQnh hadtbq grand jdrylnstruotea that branch of the court at workV The jury coca prised twelve as good citizens as the county affjrd and It was predicted that tlThyw raGedm1g In their efforts trf run down oll dOers The petit jury was not sworn untlirrues day forenopnIti fpllQ wing gentle men made up the two juries GRAND UllY Ii f John T Hale H Q Grider v 1uqbarB Gosser WT Roy L B Holder Berry McKinley W A Jones PETIT JURY GA Smith W C Dalton Richard Popplewell G BSmitlj Lewis Humf ble Hiram Ballew Bysum Blair J M4 Daffron Chris Tarter H H Wilson J W Morrison G W Gfldberry D E Flanagan J P Haynes A J Steperis Felix Harris David Coffey Milton Gaines L P Bottom John M Holder J V Gossage J T Withers W H Stanton A L Stephens There were but few important cases on the docket and tbe business of the court was concluded last Friday night It Is our understanding that no name appears on the docket with a murder charge set opposite It which speaks well for Russell county On Monday evening the young ladies and little Misses and little boys of the town assisted by Mrs W S Stone all active temperance workers gavean en tertainment tbe church which was highly creditable toall who participa tc4 Judge VYS Stone Is very much interested in the cause of temperance and assists the ladles in every way he can In their work Upon this occasion he delivered a short but very forcible address1 urging the young boys and trirls to sign the pledge stick to the oblegation and make honorable men and women Eld Tobia Huffakpr never loses an opportunity to attend meetings that have for their object the destruction of the liquor trafflc lliitalk was good and to the pointS The ladies of Jamestown pave haca temperance or ilnlzatlRnfpr a number of years and to niritig eff9 t the sobriety and good morals of the county of Russell are due Two oil companies have been recently organized with headquarters at Jamestown and as soon as spring opens operations will commence The c9m panics own much valuable territory and it Is confidently believed thatEus sell is an olllleld- luesday night EldZ T Williams commenced a sdries of meetings at the Union church They are doubtbssbe- inglargely attended and much good will be accomplished Did Williams is popular with all denominations and is an earnest and entertain ing speaker Mr W B Patteson formerly pf Co lumbia is now conducting the store at the Patterson Hotel corner having formed partnership with the widow of the late J B Patterson The firm JOanknowsthe gentleman in charge Mr Patte son informed the writer that he was doing much better than he xpcted and that he felt sure he would build upa large trade He has formed many acquaintances and hopes ro long to be familiar with the people throughput the county Mr Pattesonjj residence is Iu twenty yards of the tot and his closest neighbor Is his brother1 Mr A p Patteson who is cashier of tut Bank of Jamestown The latter gen tleman Informed the News that the banking business was good and that himself and little family were perfect Jy contented with their situations businessandtown the more friends he will have la Russell county Judge W S Stone and family and Mr J Bryan Stone will become resi dents of Montlcello this week The Messrs Stone are lawyers and twq of the most popular len in Russell county and their departure Is generally gretted They will continue to prac tice law at Jamestown and willbe at all the courts Mrs StonewhOlsan active church and temp worker will be greatly misted in religious circles Tbe patent medicine map failed to put in an appearance the first day of court In fact he has met with but little success in Jamestown on recent trips the people becoming satisfied thatbo was outlet the dollar giving uothlngin retura When peppfe want medicine they to the drugs Qrec9p ducted by Mr G F Jeans a reliable gentlemfl and purchase penlJedleS reo QIIDend r ly sttgase phytl fanS tdAH Baugh and Lilburn thelps had smiley for ibfe happy Bdsymp ttaetic words for the unfortunate A iHQilecOOotfthey are MOeLO wtvere1l1 bering tKen ht before the Iroilon when WleY1lkeJ4Hlraod loud upon the fieosperlty of the Country the amount of mosey In circulatkiq etototlH18- 1Mtes of tbe poorhoufte urginii them to bbig iikTtor 1e ftI f r YLFflO I thil Lai ltl11tJIIhJtJJj ihlr Tellownicii Torn SullIvSu the preieutrsberiff caa probably get over mbre in a thananyjother wispsya1assyeathepVdlthriiibn did otwa tathofrand Jury were hiding our frPtith16rrfOjjsvhd jWenJ out of rlljcn wnert Buflivaii went in wasvrry iMdMVr peeting- bktaxcs jii0 hakjiig jid yllb hits nunolerbus1 Henry buubar IhV cfllclsntfcrrciit clerk assisted hVMh a Bliriidltiy1 was busy enWrinorders HeiteMcate ful clekand bsJrlfS Wip dutiesof this office lie Is Master Commissioner and the thahaaerofthi town printing of fice There is no papef uollsued fn Jamestown but flrydbescbnsliderft ble lobrworfc Tlic LNfYS antli Jlr Rob rnqrtt IIlW 1r1fIlEJrflW hes papt o Pfit gut t northdt4d is iiecd to accept JtgeWl TSlIaI MI npp1Jcan t lorithdi Jamestown pbiWlUce present Rcurn bent ist JadgeJFalkeq makingaffghtiorias tdthe outcome Iiafa eittfHlg lnodttom Wtlt rgent bndR Inter t1ngtjbiigr rmof Phet ls roI henc reSantSl vbrtiYdl t qQ Dt t in tOWn thi first dajysof cpurp He tS popular wtth JFfUehiders p if Shjjret wasjno change In ti1eap ear ance of Judge A P notwithstanding hejm5talttiiiefeati at the last election He was busy wi h his ifrfeiidsa1idhlSiib3d HumPred expres sipns Indcatod lbati be anticlbate d voting the Democratic 4ketmany more years before passing from the stege faction WOi Grider ana tIe Selbi bbs who tare ac ive trader canrbe oundln eyaand bought irndsoTd seVerar bead of stock the first day v naryeyHolt is ttliequstpdian Pirthejal sOd by vtriOof his office thfec6UitihoUietsIh his charge He believes in warmingthe outer andre freshlng he InnerT man tand during court cymfortabie fires were roaring andmiich reiWwas upon the table He is now serving his third or fourth term aalerauUIsvery much liked asan officer HOli14StOkes and two ot hi- ssonsweremtxinlihihh trading deL- went r ybarilmul Jldcatle adrecetly ty so1 twenty head o- ffaVtcrSdtb1tli4 cSfit Besides being a successful stoOl ticaieT W N carrltqgeneraLstotc5ath1isfidms Sibce tnedlat hit Mr 3 B Patter iheY hPEur htStibeeOidanagtd by Mrs J B Patterson She H aft excel lent lady wjth an eye tO uIrjc and Jre h 1Da mehtt1eboteJ will be wellsustained MrD Wilson pf thp SpringsJwas met iipilnkthestreets He stated that his new1 store1 house would be up and readyi for a clean stock of goods the 15th ot March Mr Wilson is a good bu finetiti aMtphens of Rowena prPsperoUSfarmere and traders were lnwu Tbn to- rthehad on dxh ibliibtrayery fine John horse find the5 11I kntf r cattjp iIttl Vljiv it JP Cjaytoji jempcrat in Swhnm there is no cuUe ll canie jn TuedayjuHt as tlid writer was e to jeayH towri Efe 1ItdedOs a dollar saying Eiieptnrf NePbibinglt Is the stuff Mr Clayton is that char5tor of frlenl thatajjcwrspaper man Is pi wayrfgla to to part With iT Tt f ft Jamestown Personals fu 3Li t n1tbirnto the wlfe ofd W B Ariu strong Ftib1 ir ason r Miss Eila Wheat of Denmark5 is vis ngrher pousl QotMIsci EirarSn6w MisSiSalJlQPaitersoniis visitidg In Columbia this weekiMrs J P Winfrey is her fkiIvisiting Mrs W S Stone Messrs rta11NHlJall Fillkeir hurgot Brtisre g the fatnlly of Judire RSialkenb Mr WSEnYgiitwent to Somerset rat Friday on business LE Tarter and family moved fromMpntlcellq this place last week 1r 1qultuMr JT Winfrey Is quite sick at this wrltln JJ1ttlssbeen reaUsicktwithptieumtitiia Is lid1 proving Little Elizabeth daugater of Mh and Mrs J H Stone Is very sick Themeatl n at this plabe conducted1 by Eld ZTfrWIllams and sonv Law rence is wellatteJuJcd A great deal pf Interest is manifested vj Miss Roxy Falkenbqrff whp Is at- tendIng sc at Esto spepds Satui 1lalk1enburg cowandouriKc LorA bliclc elastic belt with backlo vTheflSder fiU 6ase retapn 1p tbIsof8e h r 1 Oqr oofrcspcmdenta da npis ep to ftaderstand tbatlattierVfor this gaper must be siaLledon Frii j ta Harori pronI tneJti9Pt ear qC rUwtfiiS lhJibt3tbtaffli and Gus CotBpftnysen4yoQT money N M TutVi OXimbU who will uefee BtxKjk atfd forward to ft I t J T5rll f t tfif niiDrYILLR Mrs Jo Yates Is visiting at Edmon tpai MrsC QJ Moss has been on tbeTsick list several days t Quite a number of our society people attended the social at the residence of II L Caldwell Monday night Our town will soon have a new post Xffice building Ed Atkins of Columbia was litre last week looking after groceries Jas Gilpin and Wyatt Akin of SparksvHJe were here on business last vel Quite a number of our people attend WaggeneSaturday JdSthitIispent several days of last week atSparksvilie looking after stock W W Yates and J A Diddle were in Tennessee last week buying cattle irA Walker was In Greensbure Monday shipping tobacco for Wilmorc MoSs wasshakInghands TV LSb r has the banner crop bdr1ytthacco In this section He has jefjised six dollars per hundred SmIth Nell bought of Wyatt Akin two aired mules for 175 one of Mr Campbell 6t Breeding 560 Messrs Strong Hill atd Jo Yates Springbranch BcoiEd Wilson was in a protracted tneetng at Antlpcb last week JJm Willie Walker received for Mr Patten of Greensburg last week 750 pounds of chickens at 7c It was the highest price ever paid for fowls here Mr Thos Dowell one of our best dayslastGeo Staples and F Conover two of our county officers were here last week looking after the boys Mr Jo Baker the popular dry goods man of Nashville Tenn was here last week and reports business good JA Wheeler who left here several months ago is located in Oklahoma and has a good position You cant keep a good man down Dock the youngest son of Mr and Mrs J D Walker received a consider able shock last week by falling from a barn Qft wasunconsclousseveral hours and it was feared the fall would prove fatal Medical aid relieved him and he Isnow improving W A Grant of Cane Valley is attending school here He Informed us that he knew a family of six persons that weigh 500 hundred pounds It there Is any one that knows of that number who will weigh more let us hear from them Beirs Restaurant tefianon KU FranK Sell Proprietor GMeals served at all hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell Is the successor of James Bell- DauliQUb flCGtylene Gas Go 126 Second Street Ixmisvillo Kentucky llanufapturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Towns ChuroliesYStbres Residences Etc Gas Engines and Water Works for County Homes SWeinbaum Kotbcbi a TKfleinbaum MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 610 lestMafn St Louisville lientUckj GORDON MONTGOMERY tgn J Jf1 W COLUMBIA KY Will practice In Adair ajid adjplnlflg ountles Collections a specialty Paullsdrugtore ME 1 STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock ijExchange Bourbon Stock 1Yards1t i bu CAITLE Extrashippuig 5 355 te DlghtsWpplngyjv 4404 s5 r p hf 3r7545O Fair to gpodbutchersv 3 003 75 Cbmpionitj medium btchr 2 253 00 JJI Choice packtog aubutc- brs00oOkjt l JIrFafr ijppacking lG to 2OO1b M 505i fl God to extra ligM130 tb ucIi h h iJJ 5 70ilut ffii9 AJ1D tUtexua IWJlP1W5 14j S J Sheep 2 4Q Fair to good iMfe V IoJiNlftor tjtbo 4 1 1Jion MCCrCary 1 + MiichsbKHvbetn PUidsit the pub lie priut ahnxit the return of Ar- thurf PITH Grmun of Maryland to the Senate but little about the re appearance iupublio life of James Bennett McCreary of Kentucky yet one event is jest about as im portaut as the other MoOreary is a valuable addition to the Dem ocratic contingent iu the house of the cuuscript fathers He is au able and experienced statesman a Democrat without the shadow of turning Aossesedof as much tact as Gorman himself He was aco lone iu Morgans cavalry a mem bor aud speaker of the Kentucky Legislature elected Governor of Kentucky in 1875 at the early age of thirtyseven served twelve years iii Congress was chairman of the great committee on foreign affairs and served in the Brussels monetary conference Now after a voluntary retirement of eight years he appears in Washington asthe first fruits of the triumph ant fight the Kentuckians have made to redeem their common wealth from the TaylorDeboe HunterYerkes crowd of political pot hunters CHAMP CLARK The Bonbon Way The Paris Gazette thus tells how they do those things in Bou bon Squire Presley See is responsi ble for the following All work of the Fiscul Court is done through committees While I was in office the Superintendent of the County Farm reported that a calf down there was old onugh to be ship ped and crag worth about 6 The court immedatply appointed three magistrates to go down to the farm and see about tho calf and to decide whether or not it was really old enough for the market They went down decided it was had it shipped out and got 6 for it Each of the magistrates was allowed 3 niuking 9 iu all for the trip The county never did make much money out of the calf businessSenaatlonal Damage Suit A dispatch from Harrodsburg Ky to the New York Ilerak says exclustveIlttergirls of leading Kentucky families for a rabbit supper with as many young in n has a strange sequel The four Kirs were expelled The four young mea who provided a ladder for their cfcipe were indicted but pardoned in advance of trial to prevent exposure of tba girls Now Potter College through its President B F Cabellr sues Messrs Short and Haynes of this city on account for the tuition of their daughters Misses Ruth Haynes and Florence fottrell To this account Messrs Short and Haynes have filed an answer damagesIagainst the Potter College iu the sum of 50000 for the failure of the collete authorities to protect the moral character of the girls In the answer of Mr Haynes he says Plaintiff violated his contract and failed to exercise parental care over her failed to instruct her morally and failed to protect her good name and character but permitted her to com mit indiscretions and thereby injure the good name and reputation Plain tiff having full knowledge that a num ber of the girl pupils Including de fend nts daughter intended stealthily to go out of the plaintiffs building on a certain night to be in company of some young men and having been warned that such was the intention plaintiff failed to prevent the same or to advise his daughter not to do so or 7command her not to do so but by its officers it laid In wait for his daughter and said other pupils and permitted them to leave the building and after tho same had been so per mitted plaintiff rushed out upon them and used lire arms shooting same terrorizing said girls and his daughter Bill Nye once wrote A man may use a wart on the back of his neck fora collar button ride on the back coach ofa train to save interest ou his money until the conductor comes around stop his watch at night to save wear and tear leave his I and T without a dot or cross to save ink pasture Phis mothers grave to save corn but a man of this kind is a gentle man aud schplar compared to the man who will take a newspaper and when asked to pay for it put it back in the pofitoffice and have f it marked refused There are but two or three such people Fire in the business Bectiorrbf t IsOPaducah caused is loaeof 15 QOC ff d y OBITUARY On WednmrdayFb5 deathi visited the It ninof lhram Anrim RuBMl ciiimy hnl and and father ai d claimed him for a vic tim He was sick twentyone days suffering with threat agony with that dreadful disease drop sy He bore his sufferings pati eutly to the end Uncle Abe was the eon of Abra ham and Cyutha Aaron third of a family of eight children lIe was born Aug 1884 ag d 6 S years Two brother and two sisters survive him Uncle Tniii Aaron the eldest is in his 78 ea and Philip Aaron the youngHit is 57 years old Uncle Abe was married to Miss Ann Stapp in the 60s with Thom he lived happily until his death He was the father of 7 children four boys and three girls He was a consistent and zealous Christian a member of tho Methodist church atilt Ziou I knew his daily acts aud the way he tried to teach sinners aud he is today with his God reaping the reward that Christ promised unto those who do his will while here in the flesh I want to say to his good wife that she did all she could to make his suffering easy Weep not he is with hIS God strive to meet him BREEDING The bearer of this letter failed to deliver it in time for our las- tissueED I A 0 Baker visited his father inlaw G B Breedjng Thursday Henry Moss of Bakerton and Mr Taylor of Burnside passed through this place Friday on their way to the river to ship staves Messrs Dan Curd B H Gilpin and Jo Russell gave our merchants a call lastweek Prof Arch Loy of Fairplay was in this vicinity a few days agoMr and Mrs Lawrence Montgomery visited the latters grand father near Columbia Saturday Rev G B Breeding visited his daughter at Amandaville Satur day and Sunday John Waller Johnston of Co lumbia visited his sisters Mrs G M Welch and Mrs Walter Roe Sunday Rev Sandidge was here a few days ago- Walter Young and H K Alex ander were here Tuesday night on their way to Danville with 95 head of nice cattle Mr R P Breeding visited Mr Walter Williams of Bakerton the first of the week Miss Lyda Demumbrumand Mr Hugh Shaw were married at the home of the brides parents last Thursday Rev G B Breeding officiating The happy couple left immediately for the home of the grooms parents Metcalfe Annie Fletcher and Mr Evan Yates were married Thurs day afternoon Mr R TL Young was here Fri day night with a nice bunch of young cattle G M Welch and wife visited Mrs P V Grissom Columbia last week Messrs T G Dillon and Ira Simpson Columbia visited our town Saturday Mr D J Schooling the popular insurance agent or Columbia was in our midst Saturday Miss Lyda Simpson who has been visiting in Nashville for some time is not expected home until March She is greatly miss ed in society and we hope she will soon return W H Kidd wife and child had a narrow escape from death in a fire which destroyed their resi dance at Frankfort The State Senate unanimously passed the MoNutt bill giving elec tric interurban roads the same rights as common railway carriers Three serious railroad wrecks in Illinois and Iowa cost six lives Four men were killed near Gof ford Iowa and two were killed at Shop Creek Siding jIll The town of Shamaka Trans Caucasia rade tjoyed by nn earthquake heBath County OH and Gas Company was organizedat Qw q hfjOO XK1 pi tsi1 0 r iI w PATTI31fSON HOTEL J7MeSTOWN4KY VNb better place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied itb tho best the market affords FeedStable in connectionJ Saved Her Guilds Lifo In three weeks our chubby IWI boy was changed by pneumonia almo t to a skeleton writes Mrs W Wa kins of Pleasant City O A terri ble cough set hitbat in spite of good doctors treatment for scventl weeks grew worse every diy We then used Dr Kings New Dscoveryi fur consumption and our was DIllIlionscoughs colds and all lung diseases T E Paull of Columbia aud W H Wil kinson of Liberty guarantee satisfac tion and S100 Trial bottles free Several tx members of Caeb PowersI army of peaceful near Middlcsboro last week and after the smoke had cleared awaysix of the civil liberty shouters were found dead on the ground and as many more were discovered behind rocks and trees trying to pick Winchester bullets out of their anatomies Since matters have quieted down one or two more patriots have been found dead along the mountain side This does very well for a people characterized by Mr John Fox Jr as the bone and sinew of the landGlasgow Times A Legacy 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 purifier and regulator ot stomach liver and kidneys Thousand have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system end restore to health and good spirits after an attack of grip If suffering try them Only SOc Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by T E Paul of Columbia or W H Wilkinson of Liberty Cores Blood Poison and Cancer Eating soaes swellings falling hair mucous patches ulcers scrofula ach ing bones and joints itching skin boils pimples etc by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B made especially to cure malignant blood and skin trouble B B B heals every sore and makes the blood pure and rich Over 3000 cures of worst and most obstinate cases by taking B B B Druggists Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing to Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga The local option bill now before the Legislature makes the county the unit in deciding the question of local option so that if a major ity of the voters in a county vote dry there can be no liquor sold in that county Under the present law one district in the county might vote wet and another might vote dry Counties having cities or large towns would under the proposed law almost invariably vote wet it is claimed while in counties having smaller towns the result would be reached Every stockholder in the Columbia Oil Co in this section favor one deep hole instead of two shallow ones Our correspondents do not seem to understand thatletters for this paper must be mailed on Friday to insure prompt insertion- If you want stock In the Mutual Oil and Gas Company send your money to N M Tutt Columbia who will issue the stock and forward to you Buckleixs Arnica Salvo The best and most famous corn pound in the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures cuts bruises heals hurnssubdueslof1ammatfoo- m terspllw Millions of boxes sold yearly Works wonders lii boll ulcers felons skin eruptions It cures or no 11y2 utiPau1l of COlUHJia9f H Wilkinson of LJbfr yii t t CpyriorJpuraal lJSap- ar rserfr Host putt to EV rlr newImann r r the worlds best workers Dr Ki Sa New Life Pills For Constipation sick headache billiousness or any trouble of stomach liver or kid neys theyre unrivaled Only 25c at T E Paull of Columbia or W n Wilkinson of Libe- rtyflailcOck Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCKProp 0atirThe above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at attached A few parties have promised ui wood It is now needed and we ask you to bring it at once Dont wait for fur ther notice If you agreed to bring wood dont wait until the winter is past LOUISVILLEHENDERSON S ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS IIETW- EENLsviIIe and SL Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains Pultcsa Sleepers Night Trains r rues r d further information address L J IRWIN o P LoutsviUG HOUSEWORKToo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses lencorrhcca 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 WINECARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that k why she writes this funk letter- oleadease Ky Pelt U feet ism so glad that yoar Wise of Cards is helping M lam feeling halts than r have felt foe yeas I am dolag work withont any kelp washed last week and was not ose iHt tired That shewa that the Wise to e geed I gettfaw aeetder =ever before and bleep snd eat heart Before tnks wino card 11 steed to have to ive or Mr Ames every day hts aowIdoaotthi k throeh tae ear se aiAnaeL- eA TBJtUfHII8IIL J Wjite xr flttBntIon t u6 1 l n iOBH o o xr J g The News office is supplied with a number of cuts dif ferent styles and can furnish stock men with Bills Cards and Folders 0stock ofmaterial is large and any character of printing in the above line can be furnished on the shortest notice t REMEMBER 0That you can find a nice Watch or a 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 slEWELER + 712 W Market St Louisville Ky Robt John F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nos214 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky 06 JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY- THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section jBThis shop is the Coffey staud near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need ofwork in their lines lyr Hotel1Wiluiore W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky is no better place to stop at the aboved named hotel rooms and a firstclass very reasonable Feed MOSS CO WOODWORKERS BLACKSMITHS are prepared KENTUCKY to do kind of work in firstclass order We have business for 25 years and IflHERE how to do work prices are as low terms as reasonable mechanics We will country produce market value Give near 0 Columbia Laundry KY Mill Co OUGHLY equipped plant conducted mooernI fenced workmen and doing as high grade WOIkascsnoo turned out any place in the country Patronize a borne institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GOrro REED 4 MILER Mttj Cihi bM i X7 Actual size of Watch Solid llokelcase and American Stem winder at 2 25 Fully oar rented for ono year MARBLE ANDGRANITE fiulGri6dll Wat6h6Sr 3333EEE The smallest for the money andfulltwarranted for one year Just the thing for boys and girls and good enough for aiiy man an ordinary time piece If the watch does not give satisfaction return it to by mail cents and we willsend 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 orany business houseiIRIOX GIRAEADET CO 4Q4Y aiarlfot Louisville Kentucky CORCORAN DISPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon s Marble Works T LEBANON ICY Manufacturers of andldealers in all kinds of as us 2 T flItllPRICEd LOW WORK GUARANTE eS- pecial attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundation fronts etc WMF JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky CHAS A BRIDGES WG BRIDGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable z PieketeTobaecQ J Wa ehOWlf5ef INDEPENDENTII i J J art i O H BRIDGES SCO rak aL t I ittPROPRIETORS i a Oor x Eight and Main Streets Four months storage free Louisvlell Kentucky I USSEuJiSPRlfiGS fioiE 91 KIMBLE KY e Is now oPen for the travelifig 1 1Ipublic the year round Itlsalargatingasthe pl tune dicates a and is run iirstclassla every particular fl iI t VAUGHAN GRAHAM PrOI Louisville Seed Oo t IWholesale Dealers iniSigh Grade Field Seeds 23 Mda3 SecondstrMtrLQnispl i Jl se ik i 1 lc i j y