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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y = Jtr THE ADAIR JJOUNrr i NEWSo J 1 I VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 1902 NUMBER 32 t POST 0 TIDE DIRECTORY Jl RUMMA Postmaster Office houre week days 700 a m to S0 pm COURT DIRECTORY OiBOOiTOonRTThree sessions a yearThl Monday to January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W WJones Commonwealths AttorneyNH W Aaron SheriffF W Miller ireuitClerk JB Getter CouMFirst Monday In each month Judge T AMurrell County AttorneyJasOatnettJr ClerkTBStults Jailer J K P Conover Messor2 W Burton BurveyorR T McCaffreCi School Jones Coroner C MBufsoll CooaTHegularcourt second Monday In each mont- hJudgeHC Baker AthrneyGordon Montitomry Marshall J W Co- yCHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUax8TILLaBTaESrRevMBWcradar Sundayschool at a m every n each month Sabbath Prayer meellnr every Wednesday night METHODIST BBEKSVILW sTaaETReT W P Gordon pastor Service first Sunday In each month Sabbath at a am Prayer Sundayicbool eTery meeting Thursday night BAPTIST STMBTBCT W B pastor Services third Sunday beach month aandayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PixBEld ZT Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No P and A MRegu ar meeting In their hallover bank on Fri the full moon In each day night on or before month JasGarnettJrWM AKEMpSecy B A No7 meets Friday night after full moon JAB GARNSri Ja P W W Secretary Sjl HenrjSWeinbaum IRotbcbilt 8 Mcinbaum MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 619 tllcstiDAln St Louisville Kentucky Trabue Wickliffe has a fresh cow and young calf for ale Scientific Shoeing QI am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe ing to the repairing of the finest vehicles I will make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Dillon Hopewoll Give me your workJ W COFFEY f GM WISEMAN SON + SnttrssOrS to fidam Voot Go JEWELERS nnd OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2lDd- Oposltc Music Mill LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY DauliflUt flcetylene 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 Hom- esFarmrsl Farmers I am prepared to takeyourordersf- orHydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houscsor barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Hotel Yours truly N WOOD To prevent La Grippe take a doedJrtw M Dr Restorative Nervine daily i 1500 A 1500 PHOTOGRAPH OUTFIT Consisting of one 5x8 Champion Camera Lens and Tripod one com plete Developing Outfit one complete Tnoing and Finishing outfit all for 1500 We keep everything in the line of Photographic Supplies Send for catalogue of our goods W D Gatchel Sons 412 W Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY P John F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nos211 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky K C POSTER PHYSI- CIANOfficeMarcum Hotel Columbia Ky 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 EWELER EI 712 WninrketStLouisviIle K- yHotel1Wilmore W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached PRODUCE I will pay the highest cash prices for all Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay from 8 to 22c for wool My store is connected by telephone throughout the county SAM LEWIS B611SR6staurant Lebanon Ku Frank Bell Proprietor Meals served at all hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell is the successor of James Be- llVETINERY SURGEON tfIstulo Pollevil Splnts Spavin or any an ark done atfalr prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care o stock S D OltENSHAW mile fromColtmbaoii DUviptitniT it PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY jg We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstrclass 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 call Shop near Columbia Mill Co BARTLETTS SURE CURE I have the quickest surest and the cheapest Remedies on earth for piles sore eyes Catarrh Headache Neural gia Toothache Kidney Liver and Stomach troubles ais7 the finest Purest Complexion Balm ever offered to the public Give them a trial Prepared by mall to all parts of country for 25 and roc A T Bartlette Cane Valley ky tttJ i y A REMARKABLE WHITE WOMAN Living on the farm of Mrs B C Nunnelly In Fayette county is a woo man who has a husband and six chil dren Last fall when the youngest child was one year old the mother cooked three meals per day for the family milked the cow and walked to and from the Held one mile and cut fourteen shocks of corn Later she broke from 80 to 100 pounds of hemp per day In early spring she and a small boy cut 180 acres of corn stalks She wired the slats and made wire picket fence around the gardens She makes a firstclass hand at setting and stripping tobacco and has contracted with a neighbor to thin his corn for 20 cents per acre She is an expert washer and Ironer and is hard to excel in housecleaning and putting down carpets She takes in sewing and dresses her own children for Sunday school She is intelligent quick in action always cheerful and while resting a little can go to the piano and play Nearer My God To Thee and other selections in a very creditable wayGeorgetown Times GIVEN WARNING The Seventh Day Adventists who believe among other things in the second coming of Christ and a subse quent end of the world see proof of their beliefs and Bible prophecies in the recent seismic and volcanic dis turbances in South America and the West Indies Consequently they are preparing by means of frequent pray er and religious services to meet their Savior and follow Him to heaven when the world is no more Daily ana nightly services are being held In all their churches sermons are preach ed on the subject by the pastors and all members are exhorted to cleanse themselves of skin and prcpaic to meet their Maker They believe that the recent calamities are only the be ginning of the fulfillment of the Bible prophecy that mountains will level islands will be submerged and the earth will tremble before the end and they claim that the earth will be dis Integraded and return to its original chaotic state and that all life will be destroyed Many of the sect are mak ing house tohouse canvasses exhortI- ng every one to read the Bible pray and repentTOO MUCH TO DO My wife has too much to do Why dont you help her thenlShe is not a woman who can be helped said the man wearily Sbe is so very particu lar and worries so over ever trifling bit of dust and dirt If she could take the range clear out every Saturday she would be better satisfied than she is The husband put his finger on the weak spot in some womens house keeping They are ovrfa3tidious and do more than they need they are ever boastful of their extra nicety and do not reflect that they are reck lessly using up their strength and vi tality When a womans excellent housekeeping kills her at fort yfive or leaving her alive transforms her into a nervous wreck making her a burden to herself and a terror because got ill temper to her family that soit of housekeeping is a fearful blunder Christian Herald WORDS OF WISDOM If you would know what a dollar is worth try to boirow one When the dug is down every one is ready to bitu him A good u iiuc is heater than a goof face When fools g j to market peddlers make money When industry goes out of the door poverty comes in at the window He who serves well need not be afraid to ask his wages He who has four and spends live has no need of a purse He who buys wants a hundred eyes and he whosells need have but one A young man Idle an old man needy A good paymaster never wants workmen Who undertakes many things at once seldom docs anything well A good wife and health are a mans best wealth One ploughs another sowswho will reao no one knowsCentral Farmer GET BARTLETTES CHALLENGE REMEDIES If you wish Health Strength and new lease of life Bartletts Kidney and Bladder cure is having a good run They are flue I make it right If Its moron A T DuUcttJ Cane Valley WHAT IS HOME Home is where you can pull of your coat and throw your business to the dogs Hume is where a man can be him self and home is where he can pour out his troubles Home has a sympathetic ear and a soothing hand Home has a voice of comfort and a never mind to help over the bard places Hume is rest and home is different from everything else in the world Home is where a men can be silent and home is where a man can talk and say what hepleases Home is shady and cool and sweet and home has the soul of a gentle woman within it Home isbrigbtand happy ad bunny for it has the womanssmile there too Home has a contented cat purring and rubbing against ones legs Home has a joyful dog somewhat anxious at the present moment a he waits without the kitchen door fur his supper portion Home has a backyard and a garden of spindly but ambitious plants giving forth great promise for the summer time Home has a back step on which we can sit and confabulate with our neighbor Home has plenty to eat and plenty of time to eat it Home has easy chairs and books and cold lemonade whenever joii want it X Home is where a man can brag to his hearts content Howe is where he can hide himself rwhen he feels the miserable smallness- of him Home has a laugh for the cheerful and a tear for the disconsolate Home is where a man can cut up occasional monkeyshines without Ing dubbed goodnatured fool Home breeds a mans liberty his independence his selfrespect Home makes men loyal and it is home that makes patriots Home means duty and the love of it Home is religion and love and all that is holy Home has no boss no salary no hours no haunting fear of a cheaper man taking your place liomrIs not ashamed of Humble nesS of Honor and Sentiment Hume is the oasis to which each man turns at the end of a long dusty da y on the blinding choking soulburying sands of business where he may rest his weary body and moisten his thirsty throat and leave his thoughts free to dream of butter things God pity the man who has no home God pity still more the man who has hada home and lust it WHY NOT TUP FILIPINOS In his message to the Cubai senate President Palma stated Together with our own heroism is the attitude of the great people impelled by their own love of liberty to put themselves on our side in our tenacious tight for the independence of the country i Their motive was sprung from a gen erous sentiment pure and disinterested in its origin Impelled by this se i Limuut the powerful republic of the uurlbrecobui s through its illustrious president the republic of Cuba The promise formally wade has been car vied out In this uiuuiuut when we feel our right asunindepsudentnalion it is impossible to suppress our grati tude to the United States To recog nice this debt of gratitude to the great nation is an act which exalts us and which makes us worthy of the consid eration and respect of the other na tions of the world Every time a tribute is paid by the Cubans to the United States because of the attitude of this government toward the new Public the American people are re minded of their humiliation with re spect to the Philippines Would iV not be gratifying to the Amerlcap people if the Filipinos could pay us the tribute which the Cubans do at this time A young woman in New York was sentenced to sixty days InjUl for flirt tog with another womans husband And every warded woman in the country who reads this item will prol ably say Served her right1 Some people can never see llthe hand of Godin W uoteet they also see SLcbaBce to mike aeuey out o f It tipnalw q f t ir Jri 7 1 ti li THE BRIGHT FACE There is nothing that conduces more to the happiness of the home than to find a bright sunny face looking Into ours as we enter the door If the light of love shines it lightens the load and brightens up the outlook The bright sunny face in the home is a power for good that cannot be estimated There is nothing like the cheerful happy frame of mind which it helps to bring about So dear ones of the household wear happy sunny faces and see what wonders they will work when there are fretting anxious cares and uncomfortable people abou to deal with MR BRYAN IN COMMONER The Kansas democrats have also in dorsed the Kansas City platform The beef trust got an injunction it also continues Jto get the money There is also a criminal clause in the Sherman antitrust law Mr is Captain Freeman of the British ship lloddam Another heroic figure on the bridge Would the same amount of evidence convince Mr Knox that there is such a thing as a steel trust On Memorial Day the president de voted one word to dead soldiers and sixteen words to live democrats Doubtless Mr Lodge will score Mr Hoar speech in thelltoo hot to handle column and let it go at that Speaker Henderson might try theater cure on those republican insur gents in the congressional jungles Ofcourse Mr Reid had no desire to olliciate as a special representative 1at the inauguration of such a commonplace official as the president of a republic President Roosevelt friends will not point with pride to his recent Me mortal Day speech It was a little more partisan if possible than his stump speeches In the Gubernatorial race the pros pects are for a full Sold of splendid en tries not less than six and probably a half score Gov Beckham will doubtless be a candidate in the State at large upon an official record such no candidate has ever brought fresh before the people in a race for a party nomination for the office Col E H Taylor of Frankfort is in the race with a conspicuous political record add an enthusiastic personal following Col Brecklnridge of Danville it is said sticks to his belief that he ought to be nominated for Governor in view of his hard luck and yielding temper in the Attorney Genership affair Judge Black of Barbourville was the first announced candidate in the field Col J no K Hendrick of Paducah isa can didate Col Henry Watterson would accept the nomination but will hardly eater Into a boss race to yviqit Somerset Journal The Rochester N Y Herald gives Senator Hoar something to think about when it says Senator Hoar addressed theIrlsh league meeting in Washington the other night on the doctrine of human liberty The differ ence between Senator Hoar and a member of the Irish league is that the latter would vote as he talked Ji has occurred to a great many people lbaut Is auuut time fur Senator llur te break away frum ttipartywith whose dominant policy he Itli1IlU- haino bjujpatby Some of the Republican politicians arejdeludlng themselves with the be- 1Iet that the trust ISsue Is dead ajberlJ is certainly vitality enough in some of the trusts and it will be cause for wonder if the lssoe dont show considers animatioq1rJefQre the ap procabing Congressional elections are ended In spite of the general prosperity which exists tliroughoubthe country as reported by the1 publican papers j labor strikes cqfttlfiXie In one place and another Qnej tmble ls that the wages of the laboring classes as a rule da not keep page with the increased price of the cost of living When you hear Republican boast lug cf what hlspartyiSdolog fur the people and the country just ask him ab tthatutu11dlnn E4il oflwhich they talked so uiucUa year WitffO bago It will be ettnygears ere F Ypoo will gladly unveil a statue of an ATnej lean in the chief cUygftUeir islands lI fiiE1 r I LUS HOTEL I1 7th and Market Eugene Bell Manager Louisville Ky IIIE 0 IIIWill be thoroughly Overhauled and Renovated and will toopened for business about March 15th This hotel which hironflageat2lGthe hyoffice and lobby will be located and wm be conducted on bothAmerican and European Plans American plan 100 perday up European plan 50c per day up Siraood Order and Polite Treatment Guaranteed m EI RliI rT i f r 11I UiflOte1apdRestaFaJ 237 and 239 Seventh Avenue East Side Between Main GoreFromLouisville Kentucky The Jones Implements are the Best on Earth ftThe Jones Chain Mowers and Jones Lever Hirers are Machines of tho Ilig1estlIerits Repairs always on F hand For a good Buggygood Harnes e nd Saddlery I ajn prepared to serve you Remember I can sell you a good Cultivator Cheap for Cash Call on me J W JACKIAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY BflRGfllNS BflRGfllNS cOiir Stock of Clothing Shoes Gents and Ladies Furnishings is Complete EXAMINE OUR GOODS AND GET OUR PRICES If you want an elegant suit of clothes for a small sum of money lfjiSsureLADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS CollarsandCuffstheaboyeY SHOES AND HATS Onr shoe department is full and it will be au easy matter to find what yon want at onr counters We keep the finest foot wearmarked pleaseyou i LouisvilleMSTRULL KWEIT Proprietors equmbia a Kentucky CrryAll Heights In FOR CATALOGUE AND TBICES t ktrLCJs wiJsA 7C1t runs II DBHBBR BROTHERS HOJEast JHaket Street LOTTIS VrLiTLiE KENTUCKY Ey Miller Crocus Ky Ir WITH z tl rr Jach Boot and Shoe Company Io 3qVest Pearl Street Cincinnati Ohios r Solicits The trade of the merchants in Southern Ken rtucky Complete line of samples carried and satisfaction guaranteed lrr i L Stmsjrpna Jr B JButbanfc itn1 ngJ3iltbak 1DentfstS xb iinbie33ttiloinfltt t y JtellJ PJtgJ 1 entuck fIC 1ivUJU it t 1 h2i rra If rett 1i THE ADAIR COUNTY RIIU Published Every WedNtstay BY THE AdairGounty NewsBo xxcoRPoi TED HA8 8 KAKKIB Rafter tDemOCnn10 newspaper devoted to the later eats of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair arid adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postofflce as second olas mall matter WEDNESDAY JUNE 18 ANNOUNCEMENTS Ear State Treasurer We are authorized to announce HH HEN SINGER Wayne county a candidate for the office of Stat Treasurer aubjeet to the action of the Democratic party The Republican primary in the t Eleventh district will be held Monday August 4 There are nineteen counties in the district The Democrats of Arkansas met in Convention last week and se lected a State ticket They stand by the Kansas City platform until something bettor is presented C F NtIy the po tal swindler was released from the Havana prison last Wednesday It was brought about by the amnesty bill signed by President Palma the Monday before The Hanna cloud for the Presidency is rapidly rising All the Republican Senators are for him When Mr Hanna goes aft er any thing in his party he most generally gets it The Board of Prison Commis sioners this State have leased four hundred convicts to a compa ny for 50 cents per day each This is the higest price the State ever received lor convict labor Hon A S Berry is no longer a candidate for Congress in the Sev enth district He went over the field and doubtless decided that the Democrats wero for another man D Linn Gooch will be nominated without opposition The seventh Day Adventest believe the eruptions in India mean a that the end of the world is closa at hand In some places they are constantly in session and their services are devoted to what they call the approaching judgment day Two years ago the State of Ore gon gave McKinley 15000 majori ty but a change has evidently come over the voters in tbat Corn wealth A few days ago a Demo crat was elected its Governor and the prospect for the State to wheel permanently into the Democratic lino is good The remains of all the deceased Presidents excepting those of George Washington are to be re moved from their present resting places to the National Cemetery at Arlington as soon as consent of relatives and legal representatives can be obtained Congress ap propriated 100000 for the pur pose The reinterrment will be accompanied with imposing cere moniesIt now said that Gov Bradley and Collector Craft have fall en out l ver the distribution of patronage The exGovernor claims that his influence gave Mr Craft his appointment and that his re quests fur revenue positions should be heeded He named twelve when Mr Craft went in all of whom were given places now he wants to name a few more but the a Collector fails to tumble ThisI thing called pie has brought about more trouble between Republicans than any thing elseI ColE P Taylor of Frankfort is developing considerable strength in Western Kentucky for the Democratic nomination for Governor We take it that Mr Taylor is a native of that section The Adair County News has not expressed its preference for Governor but from tho way our exchanges read the State seems to be somewhat Beck hamish Any gentleman nomina ted by a Democratic convention will get our hearty support At all times and upon all circntnBtsn et we stand by the organization y Chicago Public The attitude of the Republican prep toward the Demooratio part ii well worth of note it is eo eminently friJly to Democratic leaders whose fidelity is under suspicion Lamont for instance is regarde- by the Republican press as one o the men whose nomination by the Democrats would save that party from political ruin Why Repub licans should want the Democratic c party to escape political ruin is not quite clear yet they are really extremely solioitions Mr Cleveland would be acceptable to them for this purpose but as he is not regardedas available they fall back upon Mr Lamont the area t ure of Whitney whom Mr Cleve land took into the cabinet an launched upon the way to a sped dy fortune of millionaire dimen sions Along with Mr Lamont as the Republican choice for th Democratic nomination comes Mr Olney another product of Cleve lands notoriously disastrous ad ministration And then there are Gorman and Hill Any of these gentlemen would be highly accept able to the Republicans as the Democratic candidate for the pres idency Let him who doubts it read the Republican papers But why doRepublicans turn to them and beg the Democrats to nomi nate one of them Is it because their pecuniary interests their social connections and their general environment make them as good plutocrats as t k e Republicans could find in their own party Or is it because they would be easy to beat at the election A Western editor who has doubtless been worried with long and overdrawn obituaries pictur ing the many good qualities which the deceased persons never possess ed is moved to publish the follow ing cash in advance schedule uFor telling that a man is a successful citizen when everybody knows that he is lazier than a gov ernment mule 275 referring to the deceased as ono sincerely mourned by the entire communi ty when he will be missed only at the poker circle 108 referring to a lady as one whom it is a pleas ure to meet when every business man hides if he sees her coming 319 calling a preacher an emi nent divine half rates 60 cents sending a tough to heaven with poetry thrown in 5 F U Thurber president of the States Export Association testifying before the Senate Cuban Com mittee acknowledged that he had been paid by Gen Wood out of the Cuban Government Treasury for advocating a Cuban reciprocity bill He acknowledged that Mr Havemeyer of the Sugar Trust had contributed 2500 toward the same object The funds he said were used in distributing litera ture Mr Thurbers acknowledge ment created a sensation and is regarded both as u great victory for the beet sugar men and a se vere defeat for Senator Aldrioh the Republican Senate leader Allnations except Great Britain and Japan have agreed to the proposition of the United States to scale down the Boxer indemnity claims A more serious question and one in which no nation has yet agreed with the United States is that on account of the deprecia tion in the value of silver and the consequent advance in exchange the indemnity should be paid in silver of the value at the time of the signing of the treaty No State bank organized and do ing business prior to 1803 will this year pay any revenue in the way of taxation into the State Treasury thus reducing the general revenue fund for the year about 80r 000 Next year these same insti tutions will pay only about one fourth of the amouut of tuxes as sessed against them thus reducing the State revenue for 1908 by about 60000 IIOLLIKGRURG Rev John Berry failed to fill his ape polntment at Bethlehem Sunday Mrs A W Paxton was called to the bedside ofJt J Wilcox at Ezie who is very ick with fever- S B Moore 3c Co report a heavy loss on tobacco purchased this season They claim tbat the falling off was oc casioned by jbe tobacco being deliver ed too soon The dwelling houe and contents of JD Splllssan near Gresbam were destroyed by fire May 30 Mr Spill mans mother bad occasion tousoa lamp and left It near some clothlB which ct bG Ire cud during an effort to ttloguich the flamea the lImp ex Jlo4 d settle the house on Ire The farmyHelzer Co recently drilled a well for W B Helper struck a fine stream feetdseafmany some but a bad tand Alight form of smallpox is raging at Llletown and several families have been quarantined Miss Virgie Paxton who spent a week at A 17 Paxtons returned to her home Sunday The uptodate gardeners are feast lug on snaps and potatoes The Memorial services at Bethlehem was a success despite the inclement weather A large crowd attended and ThedWheat is ripening and some farmers have begun to harvest Mreana amiable manner in which they were entertained by him and his son Charley made the visit a pleasant one in deed FONTHILL The people are getting along with their crops all O K Some are already done plowing Wheat is now ripe and farmers are on the lookout for their sy the cradle W R Foley while at work in his field near this village came in contact with a very large reptile viper and succeeded in killing it It measured near 10 feet in length and 4 Inches be tween the eyes Mr Jo Lucas bass job wheeling dust at Cundiffs sawmill Jo Is a good workerW Wade lately purchased a farm of Mr Sam Tarter both of De catur for 1450 The papers have not changed bands yet as we understand J H Smith our merchant and stock dealer has returned from Cincinnati 0 where he went with a car of stock Reports he did fairly well The Macabees at Russell Springs No 76 will elect their officers soon Get ready to ride the goat as soon as we get him saddled ESTO Wheat cutting is in full blast but crops are rather short R E Stevenson who has been attending school at Berea returned home and will teach again this Fall The Esto string band is rapidly in creasing It now consists of three vi olins one bass three mandolins three guitars an autoharp and a phonobarp allot which are manned by skillful G Colson and Hon Ed Parker passed through here last week enroute for tbe Bussell Springs Grider h Son and the Selby Bros are collecting a load of hogs and sheep for the market Mr Edgar Lewis representing Lew is Wald Co Cincinnati was here one day last week Willie Williams of Eunice was here a few days ago looking for sheep Miss Clara Southerland who has been visiting at W A Becks has re turned home JOPPA The recent showers of rain we have bad are causing the tbe corn and vege table crops to grow rapidly Wheat harvest Is at handsome fair crops but most of them arc sorry Mr Melvin Blair was here last week buying chickens and eggs Eggs are selling for more than they were ever known to at this season of the year Mr Alvin Young bas traded his iron gray buggy horse for a fine bay mare Mr J E Willis and sister Mrs N W Miller of Bradfoidville have been with their mother who has been very sick for the past two weeks Messrs R 0 Cabell and Pascal Wil lis visited on Green river and Dunville last week Mrs Z G Taylor of Knob Lick is visiting in this county Miss Vina Raise and Charley Young attended tbe quarterly meeting at Gradyville Mrs Milton Powell has been quite hick for the past week Misses Lula and Zcltna Todd and Ethel Butler were visiting Misses Erne and Tinnie Conover last week Tbe Joppa bate ball team has organ ized and will play every Saturday eve ning on R O Cabells farm and will make it Interesting for the Columbia team iu a few evenings DECATUR The drouth remains unbroken in this vicinity Our young people attended tbe childrens day exercises at Dunnvillo last Sunday nlgb a week ago James Hamlln and David Noc were In this neighborhood a few days ago businessA with Mr Arthur Liii trell a few days ago bruising his face and head considerably Ue was un conscious for a short time but is all right now Our ball team played Phil at Dunn ville last Saturday and came home smiling as usual kJrlOW8HVUh ADDITIONAL LOCALS A gentleman from Monticello In formed us a few days ago that the oil excitement in Wayne county was gradually going down A little rain last Friday nlghtrnot enough to do much good About lumbia Is tbedryest spot In thecounty good rains having fallen all around us Jordan Curry and Adolphus Newby were fined 820 each for disturbing a lawful assembly Tbe trial came up before Judge T A Murrell last Saturday Jas Duncan and Spencer Do honey were acquitted upon the same charge All the parties are colored The time for taking three months subscription tu this paper for 10 cents expired last Saturday The plan en abled us to add five hundred new names to our list and we hop they will all remain with tbe paper as regular sub scribers when tbhe three months ex pires John Wlllock and Miss Daisy Par rott and Jas Parrott and Miss Susie Dlx till of Camphellsvlllc reached lumbia Sunday morning at 9 oclock en route fur Tennessee where they ex pectedn get married at 0 oclock same day They secured a double team here and another change was in tended to be made Burksville They will probably pass through Columbia today on their return trip The following ent tobacco sales of local interest have been made in Louis ville Eight hogsheads Adair county dark at 660 to 84 65 Green county five hogsheads dark at 700 to 3305 Twenty hogsheads of Green county burly at from 8880 to 84 65 Metcalfe county sold nine hogsheads at 8980 to 8400 The cattle and hog market was active all last week and the indica tions are that it will held good for some days to come Choice prime shipping steers brought 610 per cwt medium 8585 Choice packing hogs sold at 711 medium at 8690 NOTICE To the Overseers and Citizens of Adair County I desire to state as briefly as possible a few facts regarding our road toots road laws and late rules of tbe Fiscal Court which may be of interest to the overseers especially of the county As it is well known we have had no road tax for many years until now and have bought practically no tools until a short time since We have a good road plow drag scraper and smaller tools for each voting precinct in tbe county and they are now ot will be in very few days in the bands of a custo dian in each product These custodi ans are responsible on a good bond for these tools and as per rule of Fiscal Court each overseer will procure said tools of said custodian use them for two days ID succession and the day fol lowing returnsame to said custodian For this service be will be paid one dol lar and fifty cents for each time he so procures uses and returns said tools this amount to be allowed at Vile April term of Fiscal Court and payable im mediately out of rood funds- I would say to overseers who are nearest to custodians in precincts not their own to call on the one nearest for tools Now as to tbe road law A great number of people are under the impression tbat we have no law to compel the working of roads nor tbe overseers to perform their duty This is a mistake Every overseer who af ter having been appointed as required by law falls or refuses to perform his duties may be fined from 85 to 15 and costs for each offense and each road hand who falls in his duty may be fined 8250 and costs for each day be falls to work after having been legally notified Parties failing to pay or re plevy such tines will be arrested and lidged in jail and compelled to work out tbe same under guard on the pub lic roads or rock pile Overseersshould notify the bands not less than two days before working tbe road and a written notice is uot necessary they sball require them to appear and do good work 8 hours per day not more than two days in any week and must work six days In a year aud they may be required to work longer in any week or year in cases of emergency The law says all able bodied male citizens over 18 and under 50 years of age except licensed ministers of the gospel and citizens of incorporated to Ans and cities shall be reqdlred to work as specified above I will say to overseers whenever your hands full or refuse to work as required it is your duty to report same to the nearest Jus tice of the Peace or myself and have the law enforced Aud It tbe overseers full tu warn iu their hands and fall to do their duty lids the duty of tbe citizens to likewise report the over seers If this is not done then the fiscal court expects to institute acourt of Inquiry and enforce the law anyway Our law is not of the tJeit but what we have should be enforced I will say that our county has bought a road grading machine and we are use ing it connection with the jail hands to repair and grade up some ot our worst roads near town and will grad wally get further out with it Enter prising citizens on the different roads have agreed to put gravel on these grades when finished thus converting what was very bad places on our roadi into turnpikes We expect tokeep up this kind of work until next Fall and then begin sgnlu early in the Spring and we hereby appeal to all good citi zeus to cooperate with iis intals effort to improve the roads of Adair county Very Etspt- v TAiJJUUBKLt CJ AC RECORD ON BALL GAME The Colombia and Greensburg base ball clubs bad a real sure enough teresting game of ball at Campbells villa last Saturday to the delectation of all cranks who saw it It was ex citing until the last man in the last part of the last inning was put out for tbe score was so close tbat a bit might decldelt either way We want to stop righthere to sayIe towit That no amateur club in Kentucky has a license to beat that Columbia club The score stood Columbia 17 and Greensburg 15 We will say to Columbia if you dont all die of old ageandkeep playing with us some day some time no precisely located date understand why Greensburg may beat Columbia When Bob Qlndman dies or breaks his arm Dont mean to contradict what the Adair County News said about the number of home men Greensburg had in her team but it does occur to us that that is the last thing Columbians should mention Glass houses are in danger when boys throw rocks The Columbia club comprises Adair county boys and no others It is true several of them live out of town but they are all members of one and the same club NOTICE A house and lot for sale in Dunn ville Ky The house is nice and con venient contains five rooms two halls veranda and porch a never failing well of good water A good barn and other necessary buildings A young orchard of well selected fruit beginning to bear a good garden spot stock lots and pond convenient to barn This properety is well located in a good little town and as I expect to go west will sell at a sacrifice Fur fur ther information write undersigned AN TAYLOR Dunnville Ky 4t PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY- W S Dudgeon Freedom Z T Williams Columbia W H C Sandidge Salem G W Montgomery Holey W P Gordon Mllltown T L Hulse Pleasant Ridge J P Vanhoy Clear Spring J T Hall Muldrougbs Hill J C Cook Gradyvllle L B Burton Pleasant View G H Burton Zion W B Cave will not be at Glenville next SundayCREELSBORO Mrs J P Clayton and children who have been visiting relatives at Mont pelier returned home Sunday Misses Eulaand Ethel Duvall Messrs Robt Koger Geo Shipley Perk Duvall and Willie Walters Albany were visiting at Creelsboro Saturday and Sunday The party at Mr C Campbells Sat urday night in honor of the visitors from Albany was largely attended and enjoyed by all E C Armstrong who has been at tending school at Franklin Ky re turned home last week E Campbells new gasoline boat will be ready to make regular trips to Burn side in a few days Mr Wm James of this place found on last Saturday one of the most valu able pearls ever taken from Cumber land reverIFarmers are cow beginning to lay by corn Tbe prospect is fine fora large crop although a moderate amount of rain would do good JABEZ Schools are about all taken up in this part Mr Hill traveling salesman for Louisville Tin and Stove Co called on our merchants last week V Dockery of Jamestown passed through here last Thursday enroute for home Stave hauling Is the order of the dayMrs R Wooldridge vfoUul her daughter Mrs Hughes at Faubnsh one day last week U G Hatfield has returned from State College at Lexington where he graduated QRADYVILLE Wheat is ready to cut Last week was the warmest weather of the season Lightning struck Miss Sallie Did dies barn last Saturday no damage Clay KInnaird of Red Lick passed through here last week with a nice bunch of one year old mules C L Walker of Paris Tex is visi ting at Edmonton this week Mr Thos Plckett of East Fork was here a few days ago on business Drs U L Taylorof Columbia and W T Grlssoiu of Bliss were here a few days ago Mr TJ ICcltncr one of our best citizens Is veryslck Mrs Laura Allen of Columbia vial ted her sister Mrs J J Hunter last Tom White Deputy Sheriff was with uslast week collecting taxes Z M Staples and S D Barbte of Columbia posed through here last week enroute for Red Lick locking after mules Messrs Iliiitillton iftisliy two of Edmontons business innareJin our streets last week in the interest of mowers and reapers L S Smith one of Burksvilles best stock men and up to date liverymen was here last week and reports busi ness good in his town W C Yates of Portland was In our midst last week and reports crops looking well JJ Hunter made a visit to Pettls fork last week and caught a nice lot of fishMesdames W B Rowe of Columbia and Montry Doboney of Edmonton were the guests of Mrs J J Hunter one day last week Misses Josie and Mollle Caldwell companied by Prof G B Yates made a trip to Russell Springs last week Miss Vernetta Creel an accomplish ed young lady of Campbellsville visi ted relatives in our community last weekJ Smith has just returned from Louisville where he sold a car load of sheep and cattle at satisfactory prices Mr Alvin Kemp who has been in Bourbon county for two years is vial ting relatives in this vicinity Prof John Flowers and John Mur daylastMr James Coomer who has been farming near this place this year sold his entire crop to Mr Wes Coffey con sideration private Mr Coomer will go in the blacksmith trade at Keltuer at once Success to you Jim fur we all know you are better at driving horseshoe nails than making tobacco hillsIMiss Irene Yates entertained a few of our society people one evening last week The occasion was in honor of Miss Creel of Uampbellsville Our people are complaining of the dry weather especially the women are claiming that the beaus and potatoes are drying up The farmers are taking a sensible view of the occasion and are continuing to work their corn as it has been handed down tages a dry June fur a good corn crop and we are expecting bountiful yield of corn Sun Bros show that exhibited here last week was largely attended and in that vast audience we noticed two persons that were totally blind and It appeared to our mind that these two came nearer getting the worth of their money than any of tbe rest Mr Ulysus Nelson happened to a very serious accident one day last week whlleshoeing a wild horse Mr Nel sun had it thrown and tied when he made a surge striking him in the face and mashed his face almost into a jelly Dr Nell was tilled and he informed us that the right corner of his mouth was torn to the ear and tbe upper lip torn in three pieces but no bones broken Up to this time Mr Nelson seems to be doing well Born to the wife of Many Kemp on the 4td a son another Bryan Demo crat Smith S Nell sold Dick Tandy 55 hogs and 6 cattle for They bought of Moss Bros 14 hogs 3140 also bought of Flowers Bros 19 hogs and 6 cattle 350 G T Flowers sold J A Diddle a nice bunch of young hogsfat 6c J A Diddle sold tQDlck Tan dy nice bunch of hogs at 5J OZARK Wheat harvesting is the order of Ermine Bryant celebratedther twentyfirst birthday a few Sundays ago and quite a large crowd was there The oat and corn crop is look ing fairly well at this writing A large crowd attended the sing ing at Clear Spring last Sunday conducted by Profs McCaffree and Murrell Nick Bryant of near Cray Craft spent one night here last week There was a large crowd at the wool picking at W GcMcKinleys last Thursday Mr Luther Mitchell and wife of Columbia passed through here a few days ago enroute for Gent rys Mill i Mr and Mrs J C Montgomery ot this place attended Conference at Gradyvllle a few days ago There will be a singing at Shilo next Sunday evening conducted by Prof T C Pie- rcePRODUCE I will pay the highest cash prices for all Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay from 8 to 22c for wool My store Is connected by tele phone throughout the county SAM LEWIS BCIIS RGstallrallt Lebanon Ky Frank BollroriG- tori 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 VETINERY SURGEON FIstuo Pollevil sprints spavia or any class work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction J am fixed to take care of stockS ORENSHA W mile from Columbia on Disapplntment FURNITUREI Good Bedsteads for 175 They are neat well made strong and substantial Our Oak Bedsteads and Dressers are sold for less than you can buy the cheap stained poplar and sweet gum ones elsewhere See us and we can save you money on any kind of furniture GoiumDia Furniture imaniiiQ Mill Go 1874 ESTABLSHEDd 1874 SaE Ledman Son JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Diamonds Watches Clocksjand Silverware Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty 410 W Market Between 4th and 5th LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GoymDla A Roller O Mill W R MYERS Proprietor oI manufacture the celebrated r Souvenir and Co lumbia Rolls brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all lands of Rough and Dressed Lumber- Furniture Department If you need Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address WR MYERS GoliiUia Keluky t J ti t =t 6r f flSW66DlnJlnvltatlon to Lv6ruoUu to 60ffl6i to W L Walkers and Secure Bargains in Merchandise huu II h nuIIIh h h u h h hv 7i inch wide to wash silk will call your to my black silks sic r for skirts it is the best to be found in- v I VrI I in in7Cil mT i1il7iil71CTniR- A Partial List of Below I will give you a list of the many bargains to be found hore These prices run for three weeks only n n nn 7jN7r7lN7JN7iNiWiiNlNIN Department especial ulmyGingham DepartmentI 36Iespecial Columbia atrBargains siloi fromJ 1iiGC7linm Beadings i1I11 itrunk W vv WW ww vv am paying highest market price kinds produce Wanted ladies to needle Thanking ion past ronage and soliciting your in the future W 6 KU Columbia last week Mr H H Collins Campbellsville was here few days ago Mr W B Lyon and his little son were in Columbia lastThursday- Dr Ralp Barg the optician has re turned to his home in Covington Mr Abner Jones spent several days of last week in Columbia Mr Henry Baker who lives in the Sparksville section was very sick last week Dr C S Grady returned from business trip to Beatyville last Saturday Regina the little daughter of Dr and Mrs C M Russell was quite sick last week Mr Tom Harris and family left morning for their home in Grider Creelsboro and Miss Sallie Jones Montpelier were in town Monday Mrs J A Parsons was called to the bedside of her sick daughter atKem p last Sunday Mrs Jo Rusesll Louisville is visit ing her son and other relatives and friends in Columbia Mr W C Turk wholives four miles from Columbia has returned from the Bed Boiling Springs Tenn Dr Zach Taylor and wife Knob Lick were visiting the family of Mr J K P Conover last week Mrs John Blakey and son who have been visiting Mrs Wm Linley have returned to Campbellsville Messrs Lee Smith and C C Baker proprietors of the Burksvllle livery were in Columbia last week Miss Lillian Beauchamp of Edmonton is visiting Mrs T A Murrell and other relatives in Adair county Miss Sallie Rey Marcum is visiting Mrs A D Patteson Jamestown Mr T G Dillon accompanied her on tne trip Mr L V Hall wife and daughter and Mrs Laura Powell returned to da- from pleasant visit to relatives Glasgow Rev Geo H Burton and his mother 88 years old spent last Thursday at the residence of Mr Sam Allen five miles out of town Mr B F Tupman visited the News office last Wednesday accompanied by Misses Cordelia Dunbar Susie Willis and Lula Dunbar all of Green river The following geutlemen attended court at Jamestown Monday Messrs Miller Tom White Geo Robertson Jno B Coffey and Judge Han cockMessrs JF Montgomery H C Baker T A Baker Jas Garnett Jr Rollin Hurt F B Winfrey Gordon Montgomery W D Jones J W Johnston C H Murrell wife daughter Mi Katie W F Jeffries anD JE Murrell are spending few data at Jamestown t r vInv vwv = 7iCir i1Cm1i Dress Goods I invite your attention to full of good things in woolen and f wash goods Lawn Dimi 7 tys blacks and fancy No trouble to show them 5 attention 1 Frank 7t 7 7 7i 7 7i 7 75c a pair Ladies fine lace shoes 100 for a Mans fine shoe 75o for a Boys fine shoe 60o for Ladies fine slipper 40o Misses and Children slipper 18 Ib Standard Gran Sugar 100 the for Jamestown Monday T L Hlgglnbotham was here Monday Mr Clarence Vaughan Greensburg was here showday Mr D J Schooling returned from Pulaski county last Thursday For several weeks Mr Schooling will be enRaged la the insurance business in Green county LOCAL JOTTINGS Alt Taylor at the court house July Dont miss the ball game next Friday Bedsteads be bought cheap at Columbia FurqltureCompanyI See the Deerlng Mowers and Binders in front of W F Jeffries Son You should see the cheap furniture sold by the Columbia Furniture Co If jou want good Buggie for little money see Beard Jackman 4t It you want good bedstead for 8175 goto Columbia Furniture Company Tickets are now being sold for Alf Taylors lecture July the 8th is the date The glorious Fourth will be at several different points In th county rCol Colson and Hop Ed Parker spoke atseveral points In Russell county last week Screen doors and windows screen cloths fly traps horse muzzles lawnmowers etc at Russell Murrells The few frying chickens that have been upon the market were so bign that poor man could notreach them We are getting in newlot of Buggies that we will sell cheap BEARD JACKHAN FOR BENT Cottage Frazer Av nue good shade and water convenient 2t W L WALKER The Republican primary election Inof tomollnnow The pension of Mr M L Mitchell this place has been increased from 817 to 824 per montb LosrMemorandum book contain ing account and order for caleada Finder will please return same to this office We have revised our subscription list It any subscriber falls to receive his paper notification should be sent to this office Come and examine the Deerlng Machines They are up and you see every point W F JEFFRIES SON nBemember that we sell all grades of aewlnBmachinesxnd will duplicate any catalogue rlce nlMeu larrell J Parasols and Fans from the o the all silk Fans 1 to the guage My line of c notions and is plete where J some new all and 1 iiI i1Ci n 12 lb Good green Coffee 1 cash Nails 8c lb for cash only City Bacon lOc lb cash only Ball Potash 5o a ball good glass tumblers lOc nnnnnnnnnrW can can AT TILE ALTAJi The marriage wat solemnized at the Christian Church Middlesboro last night at oclock A dispatch to the Louisville Times has the concerning it One of the most weddings in the social history of Middlesboro was last night solemnized at the Christian church in this city The contracting parties were Miss Lula Belle Callison daughter of Mr W Cal liven leading business man and Dr John Gaines Moss leading physician The ceremony was performed by tne RevS M Logan Miss Callison is considered one of the most beautiful women m the mountains and was leader in social circles Dr Moss Is leading pbysl clan The church was beautifully decorated in green and white Miss Gwen Alibrecht was maid of honor and Blevlngs Hudnall was best man The bridesmaids were Misses Nell Rhorer Zana Price and Maud Perkins The groomsman were James Callison Geo Perkins and Charley Purnell The ushers were T G Anderson P T Colgan and Joe Ralston Prof M B W Granger will not have charge of the M and F High School next year He was very much liked a teacher and isa Christian gentleman and our people would have been glad if it had been so be could have made Theschool will open in September but at this writing firs not known who the principal will be but an effort will be made to secure one as early as possible Prof Granger had mor than one hundred pupils last session and there is no reason why this number should not be increased A united effort upon the part of teachers and- truste is all that is necessary Prof Granger is now in Missouri but hopes to visit us at an early day will probably be connected with th school Jamestown Ky Juno IGAI conference of held In this WeW be ttcontest in favor of Hon H 0 Baker Columbia Mr Baker will not have ItYis of Casey county will be nominated by the for Commonwealths At torney JEM Hon Alf Taylors lecture Poetry and Pearls has met with universal Withrsand power Mr Tayl sweeps from picture to thril- log and those who hear him He will be at Columbia Tuesday night Julys There will be match game of next Friday afternoon the 20th b tween Campbellsville and clubs at Robertsons Park T to be the best game of season and both teams feel confident of winning Elds J Q and Z T will bgtba meeting lit Al bray th tht this 17th lost 1 CiCIrJiiCtimiGnirnAJlIik lr Ribbons and Laces If you want Tibbons I have them froml the small baby to the finest Just received a new lot of Loisene and Liberty ribbons in all colors also something new in black and white Will call your attenf tion tomy Trimmings Laces Yoking ribbons in i than space will c Parasols cheap t from cent finest novelties having just returned market secured things novelties cheap 6 mmI1 m 5c yard brown 8io yard for good bed lOc 3 colors 25o for red table linen f wide 25c white table linen 6 wwwwww V V v v v v v v v V V V V V I a a a i a s a Ir i v 7 a a a a a o n a I MossrCalllson Wednesday brilliant a a a e s a Republicans Republicans magnetism picture a t Montgomery WJlU41Bk j a heavy domestic a heavy cottonade Turkey quarter quarter e vvvv celebrated Columbia Lodge No 96 F A M will meet In regular convocation next Friday night Work in Fellowcraft degree There is no better county in which to trade than Russell Her citizens generally carry money ana when a transaction is closed the cash is band ed over Miss Bessie Shearer entertained eight or ten couples last Saturda night The crowd went out on a hay wagon and all spent a very pleasant evening Jones Cartwrlght Albert Beaufchamp Edmonton Henry 24 Those who were so unfortunate as to mss Moon Bros show last Monday afternoon missed a treat It was amusing from start to finish and Sun Bros had better go way back and sit down In speaking of Alt Taylors lecture the DeSota La News was a brilliant success In sentlmentand In flights of fancy he is the equal of his famous brother Gov Bob Taylor Judge W W Jones opened court at Jamestown last Monday forenoon The was perfected before the dinner hour and the afternoon was taker up by the candidates who had something to say to the dear people The Democratic contestant Mr Judege of Green county won In the Court of Appeals the higher court sustaining the judgment the lower court The Democrats Wayne county also won their fight In the Court of Appeals beThesurvivrng members of Mr Tate theelr grateful thanks to the many friends who so willingly administered to Mrs Turpen during her long illness der hands did every thing possible make the passing as peaceful as a sleeping child exhibiting kindness that will ever remembered by those bereaved Mr Robt Tilford Gilmer a native of Addir county died at late residence in Fairfield Iowa t 31st of last month He left this county when nineteen years old and during his whole life was a prosperous and highly respected citizen Until recently was the largest land owner in Jefferson county Iowa He was 80 relativesl in Mr William Eupe who lives n Patterson Store this county is in bis reasonsballblp lr thefere cohISm re countyGe Jimmie Nelson of the Gradjvillecotm try The former votes under the l stampfonder Carpets and Trunks complot Straw Matting v 12nudnp Carpets up the Brussells you want on my have lot of Buggies E wish to close will sell very to liwimnwIde 5c yard for bleached domestic 36 inches wide 50c for a nice pain 50c a pair for lace curtain 2i yards long call and get book free you pat trade following promptly promfses hightof ribbon ticking Gradyvillc saysnIt Kentucky years ago was dissolved last week and the Columbia Telephone Company or ganized the former selling its fran chive and lines to the latter The present to put in a system of communication to no other lines In the State They have also purchased the line from Columdia madedhere to Campbellsville which is In made giving long commu nication Louisville and other important cities in the State A line rom here to BurKSvillc will also be desire to connect with Columbia line will beputinforthem company now has a corps of hands at work and confidently believe they will have all their lines in operation by the first of September and probably sooner Arrangements are rapidly made for the exchange at this place The switchboard and everything else nec essary has been purchased Forty boxes have been in the town and others will be let This is an enterprise that all wellregulated towns have and the promoters deserve tins thanks of every body who believe In convenience and an uptodate way of transmitting Information Col L B Hurt is superintendend Ing the erection of the large telephone poles but if we were to judge by the suggestions offered by the fifty or sixty on lookers wewould conclude the Colonel knew but little about the business In justice however to t Colonel we will that he just as contrary as ever and that the poles will go as he intended suggestions or no suggestions new law making it un to transport into a ellst0ct requiring dealers to pay a license of twenty five dollars to handle the cof tacrsDr Dunbar removed his office last Monday to the room over Hughes by er Reed Miller will be used for the telephone exchange There wilt be all dayservices at Antioch near Sparksvllle the Sunday In this Dinner on ground Every is expected to bring baskets earThe news from the smallpox settle ment in Green county is pot very alarming is said that not one of the patients have been the least slek nd that no time has been lost from work bliss Llna Boseofield entcrained umber qf herypung friends last Frl V V V V V V V I1 V I1 V t0 Men anti Boys Clothing boys clothing all kinds and prices New Istylish goods get my prices before you buy v nShirtwaistsand prices My line of men and boys shoes is E E75oEHatsm Ejust j Matstiijgs lb IGjfc to When a call me and prises J I a Baby I them cheap close them Ir a counter second with The being rented that state is up The lawful S month body It V and I get I IIII II for Ladies made sunbonnets 15c for made sunbonnets lOc for childrens made sun c v v v v v v v v v v v v v all your Wa1lK6r Gotumlild PERSONALMENTIONel t 8 J enrapturing jtlon organization ComIpany company proposes theystandingbutdistance neighborhuuds already whisky whisky occupiedhe KIijr vWiJI AI2- 0c ready Misses ready ready bonnet IThe Russell circuit court commenc Jamestown last Monday There is but little business dockected for this term but the speaking candl daces for Congress drew a large crowd Mr Borelng and Col Colson are bulb popular In Russell county and their friends are active All that can be said at this writing is that both sides are claiming the county Mr Parker says he is not expecting a very large vote in this end of the district but when they get up in the mountains the home of my fathers I will be with them Mr John McFarland of Rowena saystbathuntingTheyother points in Tennessee and from saysa number of the valuable stone have been found and that many persons make their living in no other way Buyers arc on the banks and as prlcisagreed e tTwoweeksagoMr Judson W Jones son of the late A J Jones this place bad graduated from William Jewell College Liberty YoungJonescompliment fur scholarship He now a B A and has decided to ma Chemistry his study and profession He is quite a popular young man and after receiving his diploma he was the recipient of a number of handsome and useful presents Russell Murrell purchased of Mr Nona Cabell last Thursday the lot heand building on the public square used as the postoffice An awDf will be added to the building and per hops some other improvements 300 was the consideration Last Monday was hog day in Colurn bla R L Tandy receiving 235 and Hudson t Page 200 They were in fine condition and were immediately started to market They were bought several weeks ago at from 500 to 620 per hundred Master Ralph Hurt son of Mr and MM Bollin Hurt met with a painful accident last Thursday In playing about the yard a rusty nail stuck in his foot which gave him much pain causing him to go lame several days Deputy Marshal Coleman arrested chargthewas tried before Commissioner F B Winfrey and heldover Bice is a den Ison of Big Windy a locality where soiled doves whisky and crap shoot ers form one triune baldes This week the harvester will be at work and a number of wheat crops will be cut Though the wheat is thin i many fields the beads are of goo length and wellfilled The crop throughout the county will all consid erably befow the average but ills b no means a failure Tbe e are a fe fields as weundeirstandlot dr extfa good wheat c J I MXJ5c Moue heavy cotton socks 5c Ladies black and tau hose I will only guarantee the above prices while this is in this paper Do not wait a respectfully he atEgypt hareCulBeaColumbia before the end of the Summer Eld A II Bjuigb of Jamestown cburchthisevening LOST between Columbia and jlcketFinderand be rewarded WANTEDA nice heavy yoke of Addressd makesimous lecture Poetry and Pearls He will JulyLOST last Tuesday evening be shopsmaHplease return and be rewarded J L McLEAN Some of the advertisements for thesays of land in the case of Vellic Ross IIuldaRossday of the sale will be Monday July 7 at the conrt house oor in Columbia Wednesday fairsattractive thengnotlongprogress and many were seeking the deeplyattendance one day arose and said movingmeI have been bJt I cant do It The grand jury is to be In session next week The Lord will forgive you shouted the preacher I spec he Uoutbe HARDWARE Notions Curry Combs Brush PaddHinges Rivets Tacks Mouse Traps in fact any thing in tife atWriii1 n 0111 ais 7 J SHERIFFS SALE OFv LAND jkForTax of 1898 1899 1900 land1901 On Monday July 7 1902 it being county court day I will expose for sale to the highest bidder at the court house door in Columbia Ky for cash in hand to pay the State Revenue and county levy taxes for the years 1898 1899 1900 1901 the following described property or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay said tax and cost The land is located as follows viz DISTRICT NO 1 John M Beatty 172 acres of land joins Jesse Sapp for the years 1899 1900 tax and cost 815 11 W M Baldwin 80 acres joins Hal Seaborn for years 1899 1900 tax and cost 3 93 Rachel Baldwin 70 acrcss joins Ed Baldwin for year 1901 tax and cost I 98 John uodiff 10 acres joins G R Feese for year 1899 tax and cost 8 17 Rhoda Damron 220 acres joins Riley Light tor year 189S tax cost 3 90 J W Beard N R 143 acres joins C V McWhorter for year 1901 tax and cost 8 12 R A Hovlous 50 acres joins Louiza Breeding for year 1901 tax and cost 4 40 S H Sandusky 227 acres joins Wes Sanders fur ymrs 1698 1899 1900 1901 Lix and dst lU 30 DlSTmcr No2 W D Burton 400 acres joins Jas Brock linn rr year 1901 tax and rust 4 55 R E UJkM Ir JhS 0 Nest fi r year toil lax mcl cost 4 J S Culuuun 50 icrcs joins D B White for years 1099 1900 1901 tax and cost 8 10 Asure Damron acres joins J B Beard fur years 1898 1901 tax and cost 00 Green Gadberry heirs 37 acres joins S C Neat for years 1899 1901 tax and cost 6 20 Jas W Giloio 40 acres joins Jas Brcckuiau fur years 1900 1901 tax and cost 4 00 Elisha Jones hers 37 acres joins S C Neat for years 1898 1900 1901 tax and cost 11 85 S W Lung 50 acres joins Jno Campbell for years 1811 1900 1901 tax and cost 7 52 May P IJardin N E 2oo acres joins W J Winfrey for years1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 28 63 SI M Pelly 300 acres joins J M Russell for years 1900 1901 tax and cost 4 Chas P Shepherd 4 acres joics M F Burton for years 1898 1S99 1900 1901 tax and cost 7 55 V T Shepherd 4 acres joins M F Burton for years 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 80 Jas Selby 42 acres joins Will andrcost 203 Lewis Warriner 60 acres joins J L Conover fur years 1901 L1tax and cost 3 55 iEouvenia R WoHbrd 10 acre joins Upton Gridir fur years 1898 189919G0 tax and cosl 3 75 UlSTKIUT No3 W J Brown 100 acres joihs Elijah Melsun for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 7 35 Rufus Black 100 acres joins Matthew Shearer for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 j tax and cost 50 W F Cartright NR 140 acres Joins Josh Wesley for 1900 1901 tax and cost 9 02 John Lewis heirs 800 acres joins J A Turner for year 1899 tax and cost 4 05 Thos Letcber 73 acres joins K Walkup fur year 1901 tax and cost 3 50 Mary E Tabor 56 acres joins Wm Potts for year 1901 tax and cost 2 20 Jas G Yates 137 acres joius W U Loy for years 189899 1900 tax and cost 15 00 Amanda YaiesagtT Z and W K Euxvcs heir 147 acres joins Sarah A gee for years 1901 tax and cost 2 Thursa Bradsbaw 25 acres joins W Pendleton for year JFJS 1899 1900 1901 taxuiid ens 4 50 AU uMiur parties who have not paid their MX nnould take warning from tbls nu ain determined to cl Itct all ii it1is due me at once W IJuitT Late Sberitl l lULEnr AUSTRALIA Tor Mcn earn the Australian drouth bus teadly waxed fiercer until it alt teems that the end of man bascoiiv The Joxes in stock in this stricken country siice 889 have footed up orUrn iitredn n ore diifiitgTcto the cltll fy thousands and there the State p v rutuenUi are providing them with Ttii f The wiit r way are unnnvlg1tble be cause dried up and communication with the lut Horlns Wtn piralJKd Sheep an djiir o irrlln rs Animas art riiVg the bark Irpm trees for lojd 4A coramoa method of treating Iiorse6exautcd7or Rater Is tosllttbe- Vaaiaate late with arknitep The horso Is thus reylved ibyJswaH6wlB t u cwojbiQn Pv jtt onrrl i 2b i 4 r To =TiIe armers L J1 c Deena Binders Reapr riIowrs and Rakes These arettiVbest and ctieajest7 machitfJqn the market We guarantee all machines sold Repairs kept on J1ai1d at all f fr 7timesWo Also KcepFieid Seed Buggies Harness Saddlery Farm Impliments of all kinds Fertilizers of the Very best brands Our prices are the lowest come and see us We F fies Son Columbia Kentucky VICTORIA HOTEL lQth and Thoadwa gf ETc1J0ISVIIsLtEThis hotel has been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop GEORGE 1 COSBYer Newly Furnished American Plan 100 Per Day NiB Bosl fsHot61 MEflLS 2G NIG BOSLER Man Qat Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West Market Street Loui5vill6 Q O O K6ntucku 1Y1WllJ Farmers in this section are about through planting corn Gardens past nres meadows and all growing crops are needing rain The members of the Baptist church at nupewell have decided to make some needed improvements on their build ag Mrs Nancy Elliot of Temple Tex whois spending the Summer with rel atives in Kentucky is at present with her hi other Judge A P Simpson of Jamestown Mrs Willie Biker and her little daughter Frances of Big Renox visi ted at this place last week Mrs Collins widow of the late Tom Collins died Saturday of consumption and was buried Monday on West Fork Rev Garr of Horse Cave Is in this neighborhood selling botks and fishing GO P Taylor C Co of Burnslde ate drilling fur oil on the laud of A O Baker arid arc getting along nicely The gas in the well Is used for running tbe machinery Mr Baker says he will stUn be a rlch man but he will not forget his old friends Mr 11 T Rowe has bone to Russell county to see hlssster Mrs Josephine A P Simpson vial ted the fami ly of Mrs Belle Morgan Friday BRAIN LKAKS True fiisudship goes all the way Sellihucss wants nil and tlljyiI arc no birds on next years hats yet The man who reaches his ideal did nut have far to go Truth often stutters but Mnda talkswithuul a break The foolish man saves his growls for his home and his smiles for his office The wan who fails Is disposed to at tribute his neighbors success f luck Tbe best rom In ihe bus ts the one In which the cuildreu hive the must fun- Content lies w clove to our do rs that most of us step ocr It withtuo ever seeing It We haven Craudl us fur the man who Is a bull on the market and a bear In the home There Is a time In every buys life when his highest ambition Is to beat the snare drum in the brass band More than one woman entertains the Idea tbatheaen must bea placc here are no dishes to wash Some wen why shudder at the thought of business disiinesty boast of the dishonest tricks lliry perform In piilltlcs Some inOhers fr tin fnm puuinjr Hough fatlc the table b cause they fear thechiidrcL tray drpsme rmhe carpet Dont beafratcMo work lrtproa Observe the postal card l hiVs tuts lilgttotia tfct iI llc gttae i butitgets- here altthe N ae LOOKING FOR TIlE BOLL All Senator Beveridge is quite sure that the United States will make a large amount of money out of imperialism and he Is therefore indifferent to the moral principles involved B Is speech es remind one of the philosophy em ployed by a colored man whose advice is set forth in an item whlchloocnty appeared in the Atlanta Constitution You William exclaimed the man what you Join on dat whl mans fence Aint you fraid youll fall off Then after a moments thought the old man resumed But ef you does fall off you might ez fair on du side what de watermillons is You hear me dont you LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 16 256 50 Lightshlpping 4 404 8 Best butchers 5 lIO5 50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 75 Common to medium btchr 4 254 50 BOOS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 tbs 7 20 Fair to good packing 160 to 200tt s 5 95 Good to extra light 120 to 160 fts 570 snEEr AND LANDS Good to extra shipping Sheep 4 254 75 Fair to good 3 l54 25 common to medium 3 3 75 HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo men nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for oven a strongi woman A haggard taco tells the story of tho overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leucorrhoca and falling of the woiab result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WIIEOrCIRDOI Is doing this for thoanads of American women today It cared Mrs roBe aad that fa why abe writes this frank letter 9Uleortteaae K7Feb raa ogidtb Wine of Cardat 4iI lBCaM Is feeUagbeUertMa hnre hit fr year I doings owe work irlthout say 1IIt1jwashed last and wLy HM That shows that the Wise isJIeHce coocLI am hIWer- tbaa ever was sad deep good aJ eat Before I Wise of Cartful J Hed to taTo to tar doa Sreot six tlme ererj Hr bat aod ld8UUl lartef iowatY e te Nr MinTs ws 1W AT ZV4ITL- ier N ke NeW wi rt eL oIy i Profit Sharing The Cincinnati Enq wirer Beta ostde 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intel lectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with tht population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is What will be the Total Vote in Ohio for Secretary of State at the general State election to be held on Tuesday November 4 1902 12000 will be presented to one making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 for a correct estimate 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NEWS COURIERJOURNALS 150 PER YEAR 0- s 0Subscribe nnb keep postefc on the current 0Q happenings of tbe bar Abe mews fftce can = not be exceUeb in neat job worfc 4 000000 l i 0 WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS BilUgiosto We are now receiving a handsome line of new style Buggies Phaetons and Surreys durable and easy runners Our supply of plows Disc Harrows Wagons and Buckboards is the largest ever offered to the people of Green and adjoining counties Just received a large stock of Ladies and Gcnt Furnishing Goods x FERTILIZERS- We handle the best brands of fertilizer and sell at prices that will pay you to travel 100 miles to buy Uood509 lewis 9 Bro rBens burg Kentucky AntiPainiTablues Does Cure all Pains SEE THEtt COMING In the procession are Men of bust ness Women ot leisure Children of richand poor They have dyspepsia Insomonia headache toothache ner vans prostration and whatnot And they know where to get Relief Drop by Drop the Life Blood ebbs and flows on this depends your existence How important then tbat ycu have rich red blind that health and bapplntes may be Jiur portion Build up your Item and fortify your Con l1tuUo1 By Using Bartleits Challenge Tonic Bitters c Never the like before offered Sold an its quality Every purchaser ha prateedtbea Prepared by IF A Ti Bartlett 4 LL HsntttekydA t The 5th Sunday Meeting of Russell Creek Association Will Meet at Russell Creek Baptist Church June 28 29 1902 1 Saturday 10 A M Deotioail Exiraiss3B R Pjdigo r2 Mission Work in the SundaySchool GL M Grimly J Shreave Durham W H Graham 8 Responsibility of the Pastor as to Mission WorkJ A Pierce W W Ingram J L Rice 4 Result of Sunday WorkW T Underwood S A Wilson W J Coakley Saturday 1 P M 1 Bible Motives for MissionsJ W Crawley E H Henderson T E Annie 2 The Importance of Calportage WorkI M Grimley H S Bell E F Tucker 8 How to Teach in the SundaySchool W B Cave Samuel Crawly John Berry Sunday 9 A MThe effect of AntiMissionsD P Montgomery and W S Dudgeon GreensJEleven A M Sermon on Missions W L Pierce Let us pray Brethren that we may have a gracious meeting Committee USSEuLksPtI1Gs T4OTEL RUSELL SPRINGS KY S33iEF Is open for the traveling public the year round It is large commodious building as the picture indicates and is run first class in every particular S33i E VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop CORCORAN r DAISYPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble Works7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE GRANITE a Dtlm lYRICE3 LOW WOkK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered foundationYtronts etc WM F JEFFRIES Tocal Agent Columbia Ky BT ESTON W BWALTON MANAGER OLEtK MURRELL HOTEL GLASGOW KY On public square opposite ConrtIJouBe Newly furnished Hot and cold water electric lights Headquarters for traveling men Table firstclaBS PLENTY OF SAHPLE ROOMS ONLY FIRSTCLASS S20O A DAY HOTEL IN GLASGOW o seeo o e ss o0s 000- s FIFTH7TSLCI IUeHOTEL0 03EEEC333is 4BET STREETS O LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY O 3333 EEE5 0 Rofurnshod Bsdoooratod and Remodeled A FiistcJiiEs 0 Hoti1 at Popular Prices Oonvdnieiit to Wholesale and Retail Distrcls Churches and Theatres 0 PUre Campbell AC St Clair Asst 1VfgT 0 0e e 4 oUV oo 000000000 PATTERSON HOTEL h J1T7vTesT0wN KY hotelsJtjfliiew5vlegantly furnished and the table at all timii Fupphcdwtlh JtHo lie tthe market affords Feed Stable in connection I s B l4 f jit tJ Z