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I 7 i w THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 2 1902tnrnnuruwPOST OFFICE DIREOTO J Postmaster Offlce home week d ys700 a m to DIRLCTORY m CODItT yearTiOIBCCvTCocaTTbreo ire Monday In Jaaa arJ third Monday in My aua third Monday lu September Circuit Jndue W WJones Commonwealth Attorney NH W ron BhenffP W Miller ircnitiCleik JB ColleyprOooxi First Monday in cachmont- hJudgeT A Murrell County AttorueYlaameUJr Olork T B Stints J UerJ K P Conover Aases orE W Burton Burreyor R T McCmflree School SuptW D Jones Coroner Russell Oou KegnUrcourt second Monday In each month JudteHOB ur Alt may Gordon Montgomr- yHarihaUJ W Co- yChIURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BBRKSVIUB Ker M W Granger pastor Bcrrlcei second and fourth Sunday n each mouth Bnndayichool at9 a m ev Sabbath Prayer meeting overt Wednes night KKTHODIBT- BUUUVIUB STMBT Her W P Cord InJpastor Services ant Sunday in each mouthI Bnndayichool every Sabbath at a m P raterRevmeeting Thursday night BAPTIST Gaaaxsaufta BniBT W B actor Services third Sunday beach month Jandayxchol every Sabbath at a m Prayer aeetlng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN C4MFB1LUVIIM PIKB Eld Z T Wllliami Pastor Serrices Pint Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer mooting Wednesday night LODGESI MASONIC Count No P and MRegu aT meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month Jaa Garnett JrwG AKEUpSeoy R M No me ateBen Friday night after ful moon JAS Jn H P W W Secretary T Sjiha RBlhthild Henrj SWeinbaum RotbcbUfc Si Metnaum MANUFAOTURERS BOOTS AND SHOE 6t0 tXntstmaln St Louisville Kentuc n Trabue Wlckllffe has a fresh cow and young calf for sa- leScientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Black Smiting h of any kind from horse sh ing to the repairing of the vehicles I will make a special of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop ii located back of livery ask Dillon Hopewell Give me your work J W OOFFEYw + CM WISEMAN I Soy + to fidamVogt Go no JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 est Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of in abetweenOperitc Metric LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY is Daulloht flG6tUl6n6 Gas I 126 Second StreetwILouisville Kentucky to Manufacturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Townsp theChurches JnGasCounty Homes Farars Farmers rI am prepared to takeyonrorde- reHydraulic for Ramscou to throw water from your springs toon your housesor barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind InvWriteor call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOODani To prevent La take a dose or two ef Dr Rwttotirc Nervtoe diifr RYJIcGdHdPeople are done cutting wheat and it is fairly good considering the seasonI Farmers will soon be done laying by their corn J T Redmon sold to Damron Young 85 sheep at a fair price They have gone to the bluegrass section with a nice bunch of sheep Jas T Redman will start today to ospect in the Bluegrass country Hogs have been dying rapidly in this partIrish potatoes will be a failure on account of dry weather Tobacco crops will be short in this partTho stave trade is very good at this time M T Redmon sold Young Dam ron a cow for 825 Melvin Bailey is confined to his bed with rheumatism CRAY CRAFT Wheat cutting Is In full blast The yield is fairly good but not promising The good rains Tuesday have revived considerablya John Bell of Columbia was here a few days ago on business N Murrell was in Columbia a few days ago on businessJVanhoy filled his regular ape pointmentat Clear Spring Sunday and at Concord in the evening J N Murrell S Co will represent the Buckeye Phosphate Company for Fertilizer this tall Callie Murrell and Fletcher Gilpin passed through here a few days ago enroute for OzarkIArt Hurt was in Campbellsville a few days ago A few t1borhoodThere will be a toot washing at Con cord the Second Sunday in July also singing in the evening Nathan McKinley sold to Wm Hud son of Columbia 9 hogs for 80tJeffries and sister passed this place a few days ago enroute for Eunice Jeff White of Ozark was here few days ago on business J N Murrell Co have received their new goods Miss Lava Taylor of Montpelier afterSClara Montgomery and wife and Por Nlro visited the family of S H Murrell Sundaye ShereBRAIN LEAKS r The doubter worries the believer hopes it When the homes are right the streets of are oepewhtyThe faith of the mother Is the exofTrusting your own strength iscralean on a broken reed I Flattery has ruined more men andsl than adversity The man who accepts defeat is al ways talking about fate The applause of the wicked removes stones Irom your path Nations like men exert their greath influence by example not by force Some men spend enough time mourn iagover defeat to win glorious vi tortes Some men train their consciences to of prove everything do and thendl it as an excnsedlEmploying choirs to do your very much like employing men youIgospel of peace bayonet and sword Is like trying ty wash charcoal white gle Some men give to the poor for th- rpose of lending to the Lord wit expectation of recuring usurlousII bThethat his word is as good as ills bon ofusually experiences difficulty fln indue uteri to accept either Will MKlI11plnb The Fourth of July wlllbe apvroprl celebrated at Freedom Bussell nty A number of patriotic speech will be made and dinner served nGthe grouBds The Esto band furnish the music and muck pleasure aiinvitedLoSTbetween Columbia and jacketHaderbe rewarded Get ready for the Colu llfa Pair August 19 l Hon Alf TaylorTHE BRILLIANT MoteU LeoturerPi- llHJfi be in Columbia Tuesday night July 8 Come an hear his enchanting words Poetry and Pearls It will be a enjoyable treat and it is expected that five hundred people Nil- ayP honor to the distinguished occasion Remember the date Columbia July 8 SENSE AND NONSENSE The New Haven Connecticut Union in commenting on the efforts of Dam ocrats to lay aside the difference of the past remarks as follows We believe that the men who were loyal in 96 and 1900 will have something to say and without they are consulted the harmony will be of the and handle order Let us for a m ment pause and ask what would be thought if Benedict Arnold had asked to be placed at the head of the Revolutionary army and dictate its policy after he had betrayed it Of course Arnold could have shouted I am loyal minute man Just as politicians now shout I am a Democrat but tbe- latters assrtion is just as ridiculous as Arnolds would have been Dont let gentlemen deceive themselves masses will not be fooled by the glib tongues and professions of what these harmonizers and reorganizes will do in the future if again intrusted with power The query is1 What is record in the past By their works shall we know them The CourierJournal of the 24th replies to the above in this manner Such talk is childish It It could weigh with any considerable body of Democrats wp should never have any thing but factional politics small poll tics and pettifogging politicians and never again amount to anything in the country atlarge being already jon count of these things out of power in two thirds of the States Its expres by theNew Haven paper is but an of unthinking spleen In like Connecticut where the Re publicans have It all their own way and in States like Texas where the Democrats have it all their own way matters little what lines are drawn what tests are made but In the debatable Stateswhose vote Is indis nsable to Democratic victories ose vote is indispensable to achiev any headway against Republican cesses and corruptionsIt makes all the difference in the world and Demo ts of conviction of sense and judgment whether they were gold men or men are not going to throwaway the future by reason of the past they are going to agree to differ about the things that were in favor of the agreement that exists about the things that are they are going to do as they done before turn their backs up- On the past their faces to the foe and march on to glory precisely as If noth happenedrr They did this In 1868 after the split 1860 and the mistakes of 1861 They it in 1876 after the division and of 1872 Parties that count breathingg dtoo not live In the clouds The Prohibi tlon party has made no progress in faf years because it tied itself to a sin sumptuary proposition which has Democraticpate e movhaddressing itself to the c questions of the time to the actual siness of the country not a revenge corpseddead issues and dying passions In Kentucky the Democratic party never more thoroughly united or organized than it Isat this pres ant moment Ithas a clean conserva live administration al Frankfort a young attractive Democratic overnor has falsified all the evil prognostications which wore leveled his candidacy Ithasa clean coascrvati9administration In the city of Louisville where a young and energetic Democratic Mayor holds a firm hand upon the pistonrods of the public interest We have as Democrats all of us whatever our old differ ences everything to live for and to strive for But we reached this high and solid ground as by Gdas hand through a period of blood and terror that tried both the courage and th souls of men having through our dis sensions for a season lost possession of the State In view of all that has hap pened the reign of lawlessness at maraudersathe murder of Goebelthe dispersal of the Legislature at the point of the bayonettoe threat of Federal inter vention with its menace of chaos and ruin how trivial by comparison with these seem the abstract questions of monetary ratio that once divided us God grant that those times may never come again That they shall not call for the continued union of Dem ocrats of every shade of belief Bap tized by fire the party was born again never to split asunder never to look backward but always forward selfre specting tolerant generous in all verdicts We know what faction means We know what Implacable politics mean To both we say Get behind us Satanl as we fly the flag of Democracy unterrified and undefiled bearing the motto For Good Government and the Honor of Old Ken tucky A TRIP TO LEXINGTON Editor of the News It is with reluctance that I ask space in your paper to publish au account of nr visit to the beauti ful city of Lexington I left home on the 1st day of June in company with my friend Mr Oscar Smith We had quits a pleasant drive to the little town of Dunnville which is ten miles from Fonthill my home After an hours drive we came to Poplar Grove A very large orown had assembled there and we were told that a ministers meeting was being held We stopped over spend ing two and a half hours very pleasantly and being well rested we again pursued onr journey We got to Danville about 5 oclock p m received a hearty welcome and were royally entertained until morning At 545 I told Mr Smith good bye and was soon very comfortably seated on Mr Roberts mail hank which was to reach Yosemite at 930 a m distance of 18 miles The had reached Yosomite on time and atIon and be carried to MoKinney With Dr Eadftt of Central Illi TaylorSomerset o trip We arrived at McKinney timeI I was standing on the platform of the depot when I recognized an old friend of mine from Russell county named Coffey He informed that Dr Frank Grider lived in town and how to get his o house In a short time I was enjoying his hospitality His timable wife soon prepared dinner and we enjoyed a bountiful repast To say the least Dr Gri der will long remain green in my memory The train was due at MoKinney i 4 p m but was 20 minutes Upon its arrival the coaches were immediately filled with passeng ers Then the engineer began to open the throttle and the groat iron horse with its load of a half dozen coaches moved off appar ently with as much sties as are the waves tossed upon the beach by the wind Faster and fasts- she ran until we were traveling to ward the capital of the beautifu lightewheIn stepped off the train at Lexing ton and in ten minutes by means of a street car I was on the bonni- old Kentucky State College cam pus again Upon that campus stands the pier of colleges in this Commonwealth The work don in K S 0 is recognized every where Ere I reached the main building I had met a number o classmates The evening and Beg day were pleasantly spent Wed nesday June 4 waa classday and a the seniors had a very interesting program Commencement day the exercises were exceedingly good consisting of orations essays etc After the last oration degrees were numberaIn the afternoon of June 4 in schoolemates I visited the insane asylum We were taken through the numerous halls that we might see the arrangement of the eating and sleeping apartments of both male and females Everything was in perfect condition After a pleasant evening I said good bye to my friends and classmates and pared to return homeCAI boarded the train at 955 a m June and had quite a pleas ant ride to McKinney and at 735 reached Duuuville With exceedingly great pleasure I accepted an invitation to attend an icecream given to the ladies of the Maccabees by the Knights of the Maccabees Dunnville Tent No 75 It was by far the greatest supper ever given in Dunnville Ice cream and cake strawberries lemonade and a number of other good things were served Dunn villa can boast of the most enthu siastic band of Maccabees in this pare of the Commonwealth A little more than a year ago there were only 20 members now there are no less than 50 Where is there another town of the same population that will equal it in Mascabeeism 7 I had the privil ege of attending church on Satur day night and Sunday June 7 8 missionarykter being in the quiet town for more than two days I was made to believe that her citizens were the most accommodating hospi table enterprising and intelligent fas people upon earth He ntwho rules on high who holds the reins of the nations ot the earth in his hand surely sends them the most copious showers gives them the purest water and makes the inhabitants most enter prising Now with many thanks to the kind people of Dunnville I am as over a friend to The Adair County News T A SMITH Congressman Shallenberger Intro duced a resolution In the house on June 0 calling on the secretary of war for the cause ofdlsmlssal of one of the clerks In the war department This 0clerkk was dismissed it Is reported for writing an article for a local paper criticising the president in with the administration of Philippine affairs The resolution was referred to the committee on civil service reform A similar resolution liar been Introduced in the senate by Senator Carmacf of Tennessee 1- r u ImLi7tli and Market II Eugene Bell Manager Louisville Ky 1 e I rnm1Will be thoroughly Overhauledopened for business and Renovated and will be about the March 15th This hotel which was annfrontageex and wing with once and entrancep H both American and on perdI Guaranteed5flR6JN ofrShoes Gents and Ladies CompleteEXAHINE PRICES If you want an suit of moneyeodsureLADIES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS Here andeabo theyaHATStfindwhwearmarkedownplensDyonare Louisville Bargain Store STRULL KWEIT Proprietors Columbia D Kentucky Carry All Heights In STOCK TALOGUE AND PRIDES J W DEHLER BROTHERS 110 East Market Street LOUIS TILLE KENTUCKY E V Miller Crocus Ky lIt = =WITH = JI Sach Boot and Sho Company No 33 West Pearl Street Cincinnati Ohio Solicits tho trade of the merchants in Southern Kentucky Complete line of samples carried and satisfaction guaranteed f Profit Sharing The Cincinnati En ulrerB- eta etesidA 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 tat population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is generalState12000 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 An additional sum of 10000 will be glum by the Daily Enquirer for an exact correct estimate if received on or before July 31 1902 provided such estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to tiadditional estimates at rate of Sac for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this ProfitSharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be madt on blanks prepared for the purpose and in conformity with rules and regulations made and provided Send foi blanks etc to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU I Box7i6 Cincinnati 0 rrrn V f t Rll nAm cmrnn 1ffiWS Published Every Wednesday BY TOE Adair ounty News Go INCORPOKA TED CHA 9 HAILfIR Editor- Damoctc newspaper devoted to the Inter osta of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Pos tofflco s aecond clas mU matt- erWEDNESDAY JULY 2 A NOUNCEBIENTS lor State Treasurer arc authorized to announce II H HEN NINQERiWayns county a cJndldate for the office ot State Treasurer tubjcet to theactlon of the Democratic party The Evening Posts Frankfort correspondent a few days ago at tempted to forecast the contest ants for Democratic nominations for State officers If however he is approximately correct in his picture of the skirmishers there will be a lively tilt from head to tailof the ticket Some few have announced themselves subject to the action and it is reasona ble to expect a full crop of live wideawake candidates for every office In making mention of the various Democrats who are likely to become candidates or those who aro favorably mentioned for positions on tho ticket the afore said correspondent stated that Mr James Garnett Jr of Adair is in the minds of many as a suit able man for Attorney General Favorable mention of Mr Garnets for this position is no now thing for to our personal knowledge he has friends throughout the Stato who are anxious for him to be come a candidate and to be our next Attorney General but up to this date lie has made no announce ment as to his desires and his friends who feel a deep interest in this matter havo no assurance that he will outer the fight We are hero to say that he would mako an official to tho liking of our party and the good of the State and should ho decide to make the race the Democrats of this section will bo found anxious and active in his support It is useless for us to speak of his abil ity either as a candidate or an official for he is known through out the State No better man could be selected and we trust that ho will yield to the demands of his many friends Col Ed Parker Republican can didate for Congress in this district and Mr Cooper the Chairman of the district got into a racket at Somerset Mr Cooper gave Mr Parker the lie where upon the wouldbe Congressman tossed a glass and a pitcher at Mr Coopers head Friends interfer red preventing Mr Parker from throwing a whole set of furniture King Edward who was operated upon last week is getting along nicely and his physicians think there is but little doubt now of his recovery The coronation r vices would have taken place last week had it not been for the Kings serious illness It will probably be two months before the crown ing of the King will bo called The Danville Advocate changed hands the firpt day of this month Messrs Craig Ralston aud Owen McIntyre taking lull control They are both practical newspaper men of ability hence the Advo cate will lose none of its bright ness Kentucky is to receive from the Federal Government 1346000 due the Commonwealth for money expended during the civilwar This sum would go along way to ward putting up a handsome Statehouse The outlook for the Democratic party is said to be good but unfortunately for ns we are forced to look over a mountain of Republican votesin this district and therefore can not see any special signs of Sweeping the country The Republican party is pro tecting the infant trusts and then extorts from them the neces 1sary stuff to save the country in every political contest I r A8 s Congivet will probably arljonrn tomorrow This modern trust prosperity ia a fine article for tho seller but its hades for tho cater and buyer ion Jos N Kehoe has been renominated for Congress by the DemoCrats in the Ninth district Tho fight in this district be tween the aspirants for the Repub lican nomination for Congress is warming up and the chances good for two to be defeated Judge B L D Guffy was re nominated by the Republicans of the Second Appellate district last week for Judge of the Court of Appeals The district is close but the Democrats will win It is bat natural that the bene ficiary of a trust would be for the thing but we can not understand why people should support a ma chine that is depriving them and their posterity of the just fruits of open and legitimate competition One month and two days until the Republican primary in the Eleventh Congressional district The friends of both Mr Colson and Mr Boering are active in Adair and each side is claiming the county The indications are that a large vote will be brought out The Republicans in this district will soon show their tactics in an election wholly theirs They will have a chance to demonstrate that they practice what they preach fair elections but whether they are theoretical practicable fair electionist remains to be seen and we predict that when the show is over and the mist rolled away that some discrepences will appear If the Democratic party wants to be successful throughout the country it is our judgment that that the issues for which it should contend should be positive and not negative that they should be well defined and not of a doubtful nature After it is all sumed up there is not a plank in any plat form so attractive as the Republican center plank We are out for revenue fair if possible but we are out for revenue That plank has salivated many Democrats Quite a discussion is now on throughout the country in Demo cratic circles as to the future of the prty Cleveland and Hill have buried the hatchet and are seeking to harmonize the discord ant element that went off after Mr Bryan in 1896 and 1900 Mr Watterson has not yet harmonized with the big men who were at the Tilden Club neither is he at peace with any Democratic platform since the convention that nominated Cleveland the first time Mr Bryan is still the lead er of 6000000 true and unwaver ing Democratic voters who will neither favor Clevelaudiziug nor Republicaniziug the Democratic party PHIL Farmers are about through plowing in this neck o the woods Wheat harvesting is over and the crop is very Rodgers is it the scrap iron business buying for a darkey at Me meeting atAntioch was a success They bad a goodly crowd Elmer Daniel anti Roscoe Cnatman swapped bicycles a few days ago It is supposed they both gotcheated- J B Daniel preached at Bethany Sunday Bill Thomas and DeWItt Rodgers bad some trouble a few days ago on South Fork over counting shingles The trouble is expected to end In something bad Bob Rodgers is now traveling for the Milwaukee Medicine Co He has been assigned the territory of Casey Tay lor Russell and Pulaski counties Weare informed that Mr Rube Ber nard and Miss Deverle Chilton were married last Sunday Willie A Anderson has gone to Ok lahoma to live Born to the wife of C D Rodgers on the 20th a 9 pound girl Last Sunday night as Mr Jim Chancellor was coming home from Dunn vllle where he had been to an enter tainment he saw something by the roadside near Williams bluff which on first notice looked to him like a sheep It was moving about very briskly which attracted attention On viewing it closely he said Itbegan- to increase in size until it looked as large as a cow By this time he was excited and started for home in arun He was so badly scared that be ran against the door and toro it down He was very badly hurt bunt is kelievedhe will be up in a few days i srLAID For Tax of 1898 1899 1900 and 1901 On Monday August 4 1902 it being county court day I will expose for sale to the highest bidder at the Courthouse d orln 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 No2 Green Gadberrys heirs 248 acres joins J 11 Williams for years 1899 1900 and 1901 tax and cost g6 20 DISTRICT No3 Bell Morgan 440 acres joins Ed Hadley for years 1899 1900 and 1901 tax and cost 20 03 Susie Morrison 59 acres joins R F Akin for years 189899 19001901 tax and cost 13 31 Geo E Morrison 25 acres joins Wm Shearer for years 1899 1800 tax and cost 2 45 Luther Folston NR29 acres joins Lee Wlllams for 1901 tax and cost 160 Willis Spencer 50 acres joins Geo Curry for years 189899 1900 1901 tax and cost 8 50 DISTKICT 4 W L Blair N R 300 acres joins J S Campbell for year 1901 tax and cost 4 15 Anderson Burk 100 acres joins J M Furkln for years 1899 19001901 tax and cost 2 45 Mary J Coomer 100 acres E D Coomer for year 1898 tax and cost 2 10 Mont Dyer 25 acres joins Ben Wheat for year 1898 tax and cost 3 30 OthaFudge N R 57 acres joins Jo England for years 1899 1900 1901tax and cost 2 80 Bf Jesse N R 105 acres joins J J Jesse for year 1901 tax and cost 21 Sallie Looney 112 acres joins J M James for year 1899 tax and cost 3 10 J W Lewis NR 130 acres joins John Royse for years 189919001901 tax and cost 7 0 Susie Marrs 112 acres joins L M Traylor for years 189899 1900 1901 tax and cost 8 85 F G McKinney 80 acres joins E Sotts for year 1901 tax and cost 2 66 Margaret C Walker N R 75 acres joins Elbert Harrison for years 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 2 8 Mary Wheeler 103 acres joins Cattle Yarberry for year 1900 1901 tax and cost 3 Elizabeth Yarberry 59 acres joins Frank Wheeler for yrs 1900 1901 tax and cost 3 Geo Yates N R 1 town lotin Gradyvllle Ky for year 1899 tax and cost 13 3 DISTRICT No5 Wm Bennett 45 acres joins Tom Shirley for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 5 52 W D Rucker NR 130 acres joins J R Tutt for yrs 1899 1901 tax and cost 16 65 Robt L Rudd 170 acres joins Levi Caldwell for year 1898 tax and cost 7 00 Richard Taylor 15 acres joins Bob Groves for yrs 189899 1900 tax and cost 8 45 DISTRICT No6 A H Judd 8 acres JoinsF W Rice for yrs 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 37 26 Geo O Miller 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for yr 1898 3 85 John Philips N R 1 acre joins John Outer for year of 19001901 tax and cost 1 Jas M Reofro 35 acres joins R Defevers for years 991900 1901 tax and cost 10 73 J H Rife N R12 acres joins- J H Smith for year 1900 tax and cost I 75 DIST No6 COLORED Emily Anderson 1 acre joins B Callison for yrs 189899 tax and cost 2 30 June Groves 42 acres joins Jo Smith for 1901 tax and cost 5 10 Ed Johnson 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for yrs 189899 1900 1901 tax and cost 7 60 Henry U Jobnsun Itown lot in in Cane Valley Ky foryears 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 7 59 Hayse Jubnsou 1 town lot In Cane Valley Ky for years 19001901 tax and cost 5 35 Porter Johnson 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for 1900 and 1901 tax and cost 5 05 Charles Marshall 29 acres joins Nelson Bridgewater for yrs 1899 1900 1901 tar and cost 9 12 Henry Smith 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 8 45 Frank Vaughan 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for year 1001 tax and cost 3 25 DIST NO7 J H Breeding 30 lafres joins Ed Breeding for year 1001 tax and cost 1 80 Isenburg Bros 1 town lot in lumbia Ky for yrs 190001 tax and cost 18 77 Phillip BrosS acres joins J Traylor for year 1901 tax and cost 1 65 t Lucinda Wilson 40 acres joins t J R Wilson for yrs 189999 1900 1901 tax and cost 9 30 COLORED NO 7 c tit IIJand cost Green Bailey 2 acres joins T Page for yrs 1899 JI1901 tax and cost Brown Epperson 1 acre JoinsILewis Campbell for yrs 1898 1899 1900 tax and cost 6 75 Martha Frazer 9 acres joins Kate Hughes for yrs 1898 1899 190o 1901 taxand cost 2 35 Delpnia M Hunter 21 acres joins P H Jackman for 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 4 35 Linnie Miller 1 acre joins Aa ron Cravens for yrs 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 2 55 Emillne Williams 2 acres joins P H Jackman for yrs 1898 1899 tax and cost 2 55 JO TRILL People are generally plowing and corn trot s look fine E 0 Stone representing a Lex ington firm was here a few days ago wanting to sell groceries Mr Stone is a nice olever gentleman and liked by all who know him P A Bryant tells us that he ex pects to go to Somerset this Fall to livt Ho ill a good neighbor and Wb JUliko to give him up S K Rexroat has recovered from a spell of pneumonia J HSmith bought Geo Corn bests farm stock and growing crop for 285 Mr Smith sold 153 sheep to Zach Pelley for 303 Tarter Smith went to Antioch last Tuesday it being St Johns Day They report a nice time J M Cooper of Winsor was with us a few days ago Jas M Smith photographer went to Faubush Tuesday Ho did a good business J H Smith and W D Steph 5ens have rented the Russell Springs Fair Grounds and they expect to give the best Fair ever held there Hurrah for the automobile that will be on exhibition 5J H Smith has bonght from different parties recently quite a number of hogs sheep and cattle paying out quite a sum of money He paid 5t and 51 cents for hogs and the market price for sheep and cattle 0In the last issue the landsold to G B Smith was 252 instead of 525 DaRussell Springs Fair will beheld Aug 123 days 25OZdRK Misses Laura and Corda Taylor 7of Montpelie visited Misses Effie Annie Montgomery this plat e day last week A Montgomery who has been in the west for the last throe years returned home one last week to his mother who has been on the sick list for the past year Messrs Olie Poison Blaine England and John England of Edmonton were visiting in this section a few days ago Mr and Mrs J G Montgomery were visiting the family of Mr S H Murrell last Sunday J F Neat representing Otter Co was here last week Josh Montgomery and wife were visiting at Cane Valley last Sun day There will be prayer meeting at Concord next Sunday after noonMrs Lula Moss of Bakerton who has been visiting her mother has returned home 110LL1NGBURG W R Hood of Exle is very sick R W Coffey has returned home from Indiana and will make this place homeRev Sandidge visited at A W Paxtons Monday night The corn crop is about laid by and looks fairly well but needs rain Last Saturday morning about 4 oclock the corn crib of Mr J H Cot fey together with two barrels of corn several sides of bacon and some hams a lot of oats were destroyed by fire It is supposed to have been set on fire S I Helzer sold two cows to John Durham for 10 Judging from the present indication we will have the heaviest crop of beech mast that we have ever had C E Paxton operated his self binder last week and harvested several crops of wheat They will verge about six ty per cent- S I Wilcox and Isaac Sullivan are yarding logs at Bile Archie Paxton has purphased a buggy and is getting his money worth Rev T M Green filled bis regular appointment at Bethlehem Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J E Hudson Greens burg visited relatives here Sunday Grasshoppers are playing havoc with Paxton and son of Bile vis ted relatives here Sunda- yIt is reported that a mad dog was killed by S J Wilcox last week 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 tele phone throughout the county SAX LEWIS VICTORIA HOTEL +1Oth and Broadwag IlOUISVIIlIlEtoe 1EfTUGIY This hotel has been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop G EOtjGE K GaS BY lilanager WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS G5Now stole Boogies 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 Gents Furnishing Goods FERTILIZERStj We handle the best brands of fertilizer and sell at prices that will pay you to travel 100 miles to buy Ll3roJreensburg Kentucky N r FURNITllRB Good Bedsteads forTheyare neat well made strong and substantial f 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 GoiumDlaFurnlturBiPianifioMlllGo 1874 ESTAnLSllEDe 1874 S E Ledman Son JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Diamonds Watches Clocksjaiul Silverware Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty 410 W Market Between 4th and 5th LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 60omDla Roll6F u Mill W R MYERS Proprietor 0I manufacture the celebrated Souvenir and Co lumbia Rolls brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumb- erFurniiiire Deimin6iit If you need Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or addre- ssMYRSW R Colombia Kentucky NewtyFurnishediAmerican Plan 6100 Per Day NiB Boslers HOt6t MEflLS 25c NIG BOSLER Manatfr Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West Market Street Louisville 0 e = Kentucky COBCORdJV DAiSY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon JS Marile s Works 1 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of IMARBLE BDl1mBf iPRIOES LOW VVORK GUARANTEED Special 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 To The Farthere Deering Binders Reapers Mowers and Rakes These are the best and cheapest machines on the market We guarantee all machines sold Repairs kept on handlti- mes We Also Keep Field Seed Buggies Harness Saddlery Farm Impliments of alb kinds Fertilizers of the very best brands Our prices are the lowest come and see us W F Jeffries Son Columbia Kentucky The Jones Implement are the Best on Earth The Jones Chain Mowers and Jones Lever lenders are Machines of the Highest Merits Repairs always on hand For a good Buggy good Harness and Saddlery I am prepared to serve you Remember I can sell you a good Cultivator Cheap for Cash Call on me J W JACKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY a PERSONAL MENTION Mr Jo Williams Montpelier was in town last Friday ColumLiMr G W Thomas of Somerset was in this city last Sunday Dr J S Rowe Jamestown was in Columbia Vast Saturday Mr Sam Wheat spending a few weeks at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs W K Azblll visited Mrs Ellen Wheat at Montpelier last week Mrs J A Young daughter and son are spending week at Fairplay Mrs JN Coffey and her youngest daughterare visiting at Grady ville Mrs Mary Bell Dunbar Crcelsboro Is visiting the family of W H Wilson Mrs Sarah Flowers and daughter Nanry Kate will return home this Herbert Jones of Yosemite came down for his grandmother and John QAlexander and sonof jCampbelJsvllle were in Columbia last D Stephens Russell Springs was in town Monday en route for LouisvilleMr Myers and his sister Miss Myrtle visited friends in Greensburg last week Mr Porter A Strange Itasca Tex as will visit his relatives and friends here this week Miss Lula Allen a popular teacher of this place has opened a five months school at Amandaville Miss Carrie B Flowers who has been visiting Miss Delle Mitchell for two weeKS has returned home Mr D Schooling who is tempora rily located at Greensburg was here last Saturday and Sunday Mr Tim Cravens left yesterday for Mlddlesboro where he will spend six weeks in the study of stenography Master Earl McGarvey Richmond reached Columbia last Friday night and will remain through the Summer Mrs Laura Allen will start for Sher man III next week where she will be the guest of her daughter Mrs Mack Frazier Messrs Alex Chewning Jo Coffey Jr Frank J3I11 and Young Hurt were at Russell Springs and Jamestown last Myrtle Staples will leave in a few days for Gallion Ala where she will spend three weeks with her broth er Dr Gwinn Staples Misses Bessie Kennett Ethel Smith Dunnville Lina Holladay Adair coun ty three interestingyoung ladles paid their respects to the News last Thursday Dr J F Taylor of Glasgow was visiting his sister Mrs JK P Con over this place last Friday He was accompanieg by his daughter Miss J W Hutchings of New York who has been buying staves here for the past year left for his home yester day morning He will probably return in a few months Mr T J Rossen and son Alvin were in towd last Friday Mr Rossen reports good rains in his section He made a trip to Texas some time ago but has no fever now Mrs Nancy Jones end her grand daughter Miss Florence Jones Yosemite who spent five weeks visiting Judge W W Jones and family left for their home last Monday Mr R M Tucker and wife Knifley visited their daughter Mrs O S Dunbar this city last week From here they went to Green county where they expected to remain several days visiting relatives Mr Simon Goodman of Glasgow the most popular and extensive produce dealer in Southern Kentucky is visi tingMr Sam Lewis and family He is accompanied by his wife and daugh ter Miss Mabel Mrs M S Schulster and son Stanly of Louisville are also visiting the family of Mr Lewis Mr Paul Smytbe and his sister Miss Fannie returned from Lexington last Friday The State Educational Asso eLation drew them to the Bluegrass city and they report that it was the most interesting meeting ever held in the State A very large delegation of teachers present and many timely top ics discussed LOCAL JOTTINGS Circuit court will commence at Ed monton next Monday Do not tail to hear Hon Alt Taylor next Tuesday night We were compelled to shorten some of our letters this week If you want a good Buggie for a little money see Beard Jackman 41 We Want you to tome and Pay what U O Us W F JEFFRIES SON A new firstclass piano with all tbe attachments for sale J V WHITE Fou RENT Cottage on Frazer Avenue good shade and water convenient 2t WJ WALKER All accounts on our books are July Take notice and govern your selvesfaccofdingly RussELL MOTUIKLL Next Monday will be county court The institute will open Monday July 7 Hon Alf Taylor will be at the courthouse next Tuesday night A fine rain tell here last Friday afternoon the drat ground soaker for Rix weeks District Medical meeting at Russell Springs August 7 and 8 Program will be published ncxtwcek Stave men say there yet remains a great deal of stave timber In Adair county On some farms not a tree has been cut Dr J H Grady u once is now at the head of thestepsleadlnglntothcNews office Ascend the steps and turn to the left We are getting in a new lot of Bug gies that we will sell cheap BEARD 8 JACKMAN Fix up your stock if you want a premium at the Fair A pore boss stands no showing for a blue ribbon LOST Memorandum book contain ing account and order for calendars Finder will please return same to this office Mr T B Edrington a former Adair county man died suddenly at his late home near Hillsboro Tex last week He was 59 years old The sympathy of the people of the Green river section is extended to Mr and Mrs Henry Harmon who lost a beloved son a short time since WANTEDA nice heavy yoke titI cattle Will pay fair pi ice Address W C GRIDER SON Esto Ky A good second band Deering Mower for ale- C C JUNES Columbia Ky FARM FOR SALEI have a farm of seventy acres near Green river onI Bryants creek for sale B T NEAT If you want to be entertained make ready to hear Hon Alf Taylers f minus lecture Poetry and Pearls He wUlI appear ia Columbia Tuesday night Ju ly 8 Mr T R Price of this place andI Mr Ellsba Bennett of Falrplay have been granted an increase of pensionI They were raised from 812 to 817 per month ExSneriff J W Hurt publishes other land sale for taxes in the News this week wok over the list and if your land is advertised see Mr Hurt Cloyd bought of Smith Nell and other parties last week 70 hogs for which they paid 86 17 per hundred They also purchased four cattleI 8112 33 for the four A special says Aicher Wade of Green county Ky shot James Owen a young married farmer near Martins vine Ind Tbe trouble came up overI Owens wife Wade escaped Permanent arrangements have been made for the Columbia and Campbells ville teams to meet at the latter place next Friday the Fourth A large del gatlon from this place will witness tbe of the advertisements for the sale of land in the case of Wellle Ross and others plaintiff against Hulda Ross and others are dated wrong The day of the sale will be Monday July 7 at the courthouse door in Columbia A note from Mr J H Wilson Sparksville states that there will be an educational rally at WilsonsSchool house July 5 Steps will be taken to erect a college Prof L S Denton is on the ground working up an Interest In the last few months Cloyd Tan dy live stock dealers have expended in this section for cattle hogs sheep and mules the sum of 814 490 76 They paid from 85 to 8630 for hogs from 3 to 41 cents for cattle for sheep from 8200 to 8250 per head Coffey Bros bought of P S Monroe a harness mare for 8150 one gelding in Casey county for 8100 a couple cf mi nor mules from Lewis Perkins for 870 one mule from Zach Burton 840 They sold Pemberton Bros three fancy hor sesand one mule for 8500 A Hunn sold Pemberton Bros a harness gelding for 8175 He also sold a Southern horse to Mr Van Cleave Uorse Cave 875 Work of repainting and papering the Presbyterian church has commenced The Christian church is also undergoing repairs and the work at the Baptist church is about completed Tbe spirit of improvement having struck squareitthe Louisville Methodist Conference will convene in thb place October 1st News reached here last Wednesday that Mr Finis Baker a gentleman wellknown in Columbia had committed suicide at his home on Marrow bone Cumberland county This report was contradicted in a few hours a message reaching here stating that Mr Baker failed in his attempt upon his life This last information was gratifying Mr Baker is known hereto be a congenial upright citizen Ill health is said to have brought on de spondency which caused blmto make an attempt at the rash act The younggirls who tookpart in the entertainment given at East Columbia Schoolhouse last Friday evening need not be ashamed of their efforts Tbe program published in the News last week was fully carried out a crowded house witnessing the exercises Several of the smaller girls had never be fore appeared before an audience and it was surprisingly gratifying so well did each one act her part The songs were good the tableaux beautiful the cake walk perfect and laughable the recitations firstclass There were fourteen little girls who took part and Columbia is proud of them one and all Miss Gertrude Grady whose tal ents are known throughout the com munity gave the little girls a benefit by reciting and picturing Rock of Ages in song It was rendered most admirably and highly appreciated by the audience The following are the names of the young people who took part Ella Todd Ella Walker Annie Faulkner Bessie Hunn Minnie Hops well Llna Rosenfield Rose Hunn Johnnie Meader Mabel Atkins Katie Murrell Madge Rosenfield Edna Lewis Martha Hancock May Pickctt Just at the wind up there was a com motion A miscue was made in setting fire to the composition that furnished the flash lights the blaie reaching the ceiling causing considerable alarm In the grand rush for fresh air and to extinguish the blaze Mr Jo Rosenfield got a hand badly burned Misses Annie Eubank and Emma Hunn each got a foot burned Miss Lora West a hand burned Bob Young forgot his wife and the writer of this notice lost bis eyeglasses IThe celebration of St Johns Day by the Masons at Phil Casey county was a success in every particular A large crowd was assembled and the program was carried out to the satisfaction of all A number of prominent Masons were in attendance and took part in the work of the day The march from the lodge room to the speakers stand was followed by a speech by BonI H C Baker of Columbia in which he traced the history of Masonry from its origin during the time of Solomon up to the present ending with the worksI of charity now being done by the orderI in tbis State After a most plentiful dinner which was enjoyed by all a number of speeches were made more in the nature of an experience meeting Tbe hospitality of the people of Casey county was never better shown than on this occasion A notable feature of the occasion was the great number of beautiful ladies present who did much to add to the pleasures oUbe day A young lady named Bully living beyond Cane Valley had a narrow cape from death a few days ago She was riding a work mule the harness not having been removed In alight ing her foot hung in a chain scaring the animal and the young lady was dragged some distance She was fearfully bruised but no bones were bro ken Those who witnessed the accident say that it was a frightful scene expecting to see the girl killed We understand that Rev Denton is now interesting the people of Sparks ville in the building of a High School in that section A lot has been pur cbas d near Mr J H Wilsons the contract for timber let and it is es timated that the building will cost 83500 The Rev Mr Denton says that he is a Missionary Baptist and that the school will beoinder the control of two t denomination A tent meeting will be held in the near future and an educational rally will follow Mrs Josh Butler who lives out of town entertained a number of ladies at dinner last Thursday Mesdames Rollln Hurt and L C Hurt and Miss Mary Price this city were among the invited guests One of the ladies speaking of the occasion said I never enjoyed a better dinner Next week will be a gala time in Calumbia The institute will be in session all the teachers being present Tuesday evening Hon Alf Taylor will deliver his lecture Poetry and Pearls and several other entertain ments will be given during the week by the conductor of the institute and the teachers Mr Lawrence Bally and Miss Mary Gowdy of Campbellsvillc eloped to Cincinnati last week and were married The bride is a daughter of MrJ E Gowdy the wellknown stave man The meeting at Albany conducted by Elds Jo Q Montgomery and Z T Williams closed last Sunday with 12 additions to the church and the mem bership greatly revived The 5th Sunday meeting which was to have been held at Russell Creek church has been called off on account of smallpox There will be singing at Rocky Hil the first Sunday in July conducted by P T Cooley and R O Cabbell Every body invited Eld Lawrence Williams had a very successful meeting at Carrollton re cently There were 92 additions to the church The Christian church at Nell was dedicated last Sunday Eld Zf Wil liams preached the dedicatory sermon to a large crowd Rev Wm Dudgeon preaches at Hntchinson school bouse on the second Sunday in July at 2 P M The Green county grand jury return ed only tbirtytwo indictments all for mlKor offenses Miss Sue Baker will open the Rocky Hin School Monday July 14 t WHAT KNOW ABOUT FARMING Mr Editor- I notice in the last Issue of the News that you have informed your readers that I had promised to write a series of articles on farming I dont think 1 exactly promised but as Mr Mitchell seems to be in a strait I will try to help him out to the best of my ability for 1 know by experience what it is to be short on corn although I never gambled on the cereal One wellknown axium in all the agricul tural Journals is to keep nothing but the best stork so as to get the mostout of your feed Now I once bought from Squire Gowen a 4yearold sow that had just weaned 16 pigs all of them in fine shape I knew that I had nothing but a frame to start with so the first meal I gave the old lady was ten good sized ears of corn I in tended to make that sow fat in short order Well in about an hour after I had fed her I went back to give her some slop supposing that she had fin ished her corn by that time and was perhaps getting hungry I found nine ears of that corn untouched rind about one halr of the 10th ear still there and the old sow off about 50 yards standing on her head digging post holes That animal had been taught to work for a living earn it by the sweat of her brow so to speak I also got bold of a mule raised by J W Townsend at Mllltown that was the superior of this sow as an economical user of corn This particular mule would not eat corn at allwould starve to death with the trough full but just fill up the rack full of broom sedge hay and she would wax fat and kick Tbese two animals taught me that it was all in the kind of stock you kept whether you made a profit in farming or not It Mr Mitchell will buy his foundation stock from these two men he will never be bothered with short ness on corn again I suppose lam what yon might calla graduated farmer at least I nave quit but I have to sit around thestore and tell the country boys how to doto give them the scientific side of the subject Iadvlse them to plant their crop out in the open ground where it can get heat moisture and light and not under the barn shed and by the way it seems that the scientific part of farming is well understood It is the practical side that gives the boys we had a good rain as I fore told always was a good judge of the weather I used to watch the clouds alt day when I was a boy hoping that it would rain so that I could quit work and go a fishing and what I learned then has enabled me in all these after years to correctly diagnose the weatn er So you see I now occupy the head position of Chief of the agriculture and weather bureau for Adair county Call at my office Resp- tJ N Co FEY TO TRUSTEES AND TEACHERS The Adair county Institute convenes Monday July 7th The law re quires every teacher who holds a cer tificate or who expects to be examined for one to atnend the full session of the Institute Thursday will be Trustee day The examination of applicants for appointment to the Kentucky State College will be held July 18th Dont present your application unless you mean to go if appointedW S C S 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 ruitbeginning 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 For fur ther information write undersigned A N TAYLOR Dunnville Ky 4t PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Z T Williams Cane Valley W H C Sandidge Union W P Gordon Columbia T L Hulse Picketts Chapel L B Burton White Oak A H Baugh Beech Grove J P Vanhoy Glennville J F Roach Society Hill J P Hall Palestine J C Cook Mllltown G W Montgomery Phil J Q Montgomery Turnersvllle J FBarger Freedom Russell coun tySolomon Turpen Purdy forenoon and at Bearwallow at 3 oclock A fearful accldent happened to Mrs H P Redmon last Saturday who lives eight miles from Columbia Mrs Redmons children had a mare hitched to a sled and in going overa field the animal became frightened and ran Mrs R was behind the children and after the mare had gone some distance she turned and started In the direction of Mrs R who could not get out ofihe line of travel The animal struck her dislocating a shoulder blade knocking out one tooth and fearfully cutting one knee Mrs R is in a very critical condition Remember the date for the lecture on Poetry and Pearls to be delivered by Hon Alt Taylor one of the greatest lecturers of the country You cant afford to miss this Come bring your wife sdns and daughters i MILLINERY We are now Belling our goods at a great reduction In order to close out the entire stock of Summer millinery MRS SALLIE BRADSHAW Miss EFFIE BRADSHAW GRAD YJILLE We have bad good rains for the last few days C O Moss returned frdm Louisville last week- J A Diddle was at Sparkesville last week on business H A Moss who has been at Greens burn for a few weets returned to Bal erton last week Garfield Flowers and J H Nell spent several days in Columbia last Wm Francis and wife of Bliss spent a few days of last week visiting the family of G T Flowers Mr J T Hamilton of Nell was here one day last week Gov J R Hindman of Columbia spent a day or two last week with his brother on the farm The Quarterly meeting ot the M E Church convened at Morris Chapel last Saturday and Sunday- J W Walker of Greensburg was at home several days of last week Jesse Breeding sold Smith Nell two hogs last week for 3570 Gus Hundley of Breeding passed through our place one day last week looking alter cattle Misses Lula Allen and Mattie Tay lor of Columbia visited Mrs J J Hunter one day list week We are glad to note that Mrs W A Wilmore who has been sick for sev eral days is improving Mesdames H C Walker and S A Taylor were visiting Mrs S Asper one day last week Mrs C O Moss spent a few days of last week visiting relatives at Greens burgMessrs C L and J L Walker spent a few days at Portland last week Mr H C Walker and family visited tbe family of R T Caldwell one day last week Dr J FTaylor and daughter ot Glasgow pas ed through here one day last week euroute to Columbia Mrs R L Caldwell entertained a number of her friends one day last week in honor of Mrs Jenkins of Brownwood Texas Dr Clarence Grady of Columbia was with us one day last week and did a good business Mr Pem Rowe and sister Miss Haidee of Jamestown passed through here a few nays ago enroute to Red Lick to spend a few days E H Hughes of Columbia wasbere one day last week Mr Curt Bell of Columbia passed through here Saturday on his way to Virgie Jenkins ot Brownwood Texas spent last week visiting her relatives and friends in our midst Sam Lewis the old produce man who knows feathers in the dark as well as in the light was here one day last week and did a good business Messrs R L Caldwell and D A Grady in company with J H Cald well of Portland spent a few hours on Russells creek Saturday with good results They had one fish on exhibl tion that weighed 11 Ibs Mr and Mrs G H Nell in company with Mrs Helen Wilmore will atteti the dedication service of the Baptist church at Burkesvllle next Sunday Mr Jack Wilcber lost a very fine milch cow last week that was struck by lightning About one year ago A B Wilmore lost several head of sheep struck by lightning at or near the same place Dr Rowe of Jamestown passed through here one day last week on ts return from Red Lick where lie bad been visiting his brother WP Rowe Mr S Goodman and family of ourpljcelasta few days visiting the family of Mr Sam Lewis Quite a crowd of our people attended the dedication services at Nell last Sunday Eld Z T Williams filled the pulpit in the forenoon and Rev Eli in the afternoon There was a large crowd present and plenty of nice dinner on the ground Born to the wife ot Dr L C Nell on the 24th a 13 Ib boy Mr J A Wh eele rand son of Har county w ere visiting his brother Dolphus near thisplace last week and informed us that he had bought two farms near East Fork paying 8600000 Weare glad he is going to locate so near us Judge Lynch of the Sparksville community was here one day last week and informed us that the Baptist had purchased a lot and are pre paring to erect a large and commodi ous school building in tbe near future Smith Nell bought last week of V Kinnaird 7 hogs for 890 L C Hind man 14 bogs for 8147 C S Bell 15 hogs for 8160 G W Curry 10 hogs for 8152 T F Gowen 1 hog for 1650 1 horse of C M Hindman for 175 They sold Cloyd Tandy 52 hogs for 866550 1 mule to H A Walker for ISO BLISS Wheat harvest is over and the crop turned out better than expected at the beginning of the season The heads were good and well filled Mrs Sallie Dohoaey of Mllltown was visiting the sick here tat week Dr WT Griasom has had his bid dwelling huose tOrn down and a new and commodious one built In its place It is a one and a halt htory structure and when completed will make an im posing appearance J L McLean and brother and Tate Turpen are the car penters and they arc pushing the work Carrie Powell and Miss Lena Grissom Revs W P Gordon and J P Vanboy attended the Preachers Institute at Smith Grove last week Miss Mary Grissom and her brother Melvin were visiting Mrs Sid Caldwell at Portland last week Hay Is being tnrvested Thj crop si short owing to the past unfavorable Staples who has been in Farmers City III for several months returned home last week A stiff gale of last Wednesday bcw down a great many wheat shocks and has done some damage Mrs Sarah Flowers and her two daughter Misses Carrie and Nannie of Columbia have been visiting here for the past three weeks JOlJA A heavy rain fell here the 26th which wits a great benefit to farmers Mr George Carter of Lincoln was visiting Mr James nolladay and fam ily last week Mrs Cattle Willis has not been so well for a few days Mr Alvis Montgomery of Prarle City Iowa came home a few days ago on account of the illness of his mother We are pleased to say to the many friends of Mr R M Hurt that he is recoveringR sold a sow and six pigs to Mr Enry Morris for 815 and a bay mare to Quintillion Montgomery for 825 W F Cabell sold to Melvin Conover 1 calf for 810 Miss Mattie Young celebrated her eleventh birthday on the 19th Quite a nice dinner was served and some nice presents presented Misses Ethel Smith and Bess Ken nett of Dunville are visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood Miss Vina Royse and Mrs Josie Young visited Mrs Eliza Conover last Lena Taylor of Kansas is visiting her sister Mrs Susie Holla day Rev W B Cave assisted by Rev Burnett will begin a meeting at Zion the 2nd Sunday in August Mrs Hester White has been dang erously ill for the last week L B Willis bought of J N Conover 1 calf for 1250 Mr JohnCombcst lost two mares last week He put some rough on rats in the corn crib and it Is supposed that some of it got on shucks which the mares ate Miss Bonie Grider of Irish Bottom is visiting the family of Dr Tom Jones GLENSFORK Corn prospects are g od Mrs J A Chapman is very sick Harvesting is almost over crops turning out fine Dr S W Strange was at Crocus of this place report the health of the community good Miss Mattie Sanders was visiting in Clinton county last neck Mrs J A Turner is on the sick listMr JH Kelsay visited his uucle at Elkhorn Sunday The Quarterly Conference at tbis place was largely attended f L C and M E Blair are buying J M Russell and sister were visiting the family of Dr S P Miller Annie Wheat and Texas Page were visiting Misses Nona and Ada Chapman Sunday Eli Strange will teach tbe Bjg Gum school this fall Miss Vic Strange is going to Reoox ono visit soon GENTRYS MILL Business of this place is very good The rain tbat fell here Friday is ing o growing crops good Mr John Stephens of Jamestown buyingtFarmers say there will be a half crop wheat hervested Miss Delia Sullivan of Stapps Spring is visiting at this place S Bryant was in Columbia Friday There Is talk of another store being erected at this place Art Hurt of Cray Craft was here on business Friday Mrs Lizzie Gentry has been quite sick for several days There were several from this place attended singing at Shiloh Sunday- A Stephens is in Russell this week looking after lumber Walter Sullivan was here the first of the week- Stephens and Sullivan are paying 10 cents for eggs Miss Liza Thomas of Casey Is visiting C F Breeding at this place W RMyrcs of Columbia passed through this place last week He has moved his saw mill near McGaha In speaking of Alf Taylors lecture the DeSota La News saysh Ib was a brilliant success In sentlmentand flights of fanty he is the equal ot hf famous brother G6v Bob Taylor1 y EDITH The drouth was broken by a heavy rain last Friday and crops are looking promising R W Winfrey sold a horse to J B Russell for 65 B L Royse sold thno sheep to W H Williams for 7 50 W G McKinley sold five hogs to Clem Burton for 25 00 J V Dnubar left lust week to visit his brother and sister in Ok Leslie Bottom oLd W G Montgomery will begin a protracted meeting at the Spout Spring School House next Sunday night Miss Hollie Abelof Casey Creek is visiting Mrs W 0 Pel leyMiss Tidy Knifley of Kuilley was visiting Misses Corda and Lu la Dunbar last Sunday- S K Humphrey giocory sales man called on our merchants last week KKLTNKH Rev T L Ilulse tilled his regular appointment at this place last Sunday Rev T B Clark tilled Bro Hulses appointment at Moss Chapel last Sun daySA protracted meeting will begin at this place the third Sunday in July Walter Clark and Taylor Parsons are confined to their beds with fever J M Dowell who has been at an in firmary in Louisville isit hoaiu Mr Mack Keltner made a trip to Columbia last Monday to hare some teeth extracted Thos H Rodgers happened to an accident last week While holding a hog to bj roped it got hold of his thumb perciug his turshe tlrongh causing a painful wound A G Moss of Greeasburp In in this community last week takiogup timber for K C Finn Mr Jim Coomer who recently re moved in our town and opened a black smith shop ishaving good trade and is doing good work Robt Dohoney will teach our free school KXOIl LICK Farmers are rejoiced over tbe nice rain that fell last night and tjday Miss Lucy Huffman of Horse Cave who has been visiting Miss Lettie Taylor has returned home Miss Lula Crenshaw has been quite sick for several days but Is now co valescentDr Taylor Iud daughter of Glasgow visited his brother at tbis place last week while on his way to ColumbiaMr Ball who has been r ery ill with typhol fever is improving Miss Laura Hayes was visiting Mrs R IL Barton till week Sheriff B Morris was hustling around among the boys today repar Ing for Circuit Court James A Reed sold to O C Allen six calves price unknown and bought of J M Lei one so v and pigs for 815 Mr S M Miircurn who was badly hurt by a rolling on him several weeks ago Is now able to walk around Sulphur well is becoming more pop ular each year as a health resort Mr McPherson the proprieter antici pates a flourishing business this sea son Mr McPherson has succeeded admirably in preserving good order since becoming the proprieter Any person in need of rest could do no better tan cone to this resort and drink of the best water In the world Good Rains Have now come and good crops arc almost assured al so good Furniture such as Dressers Wash Stands Bed Couches Rockers and Cots F SINCLAIR lr m B Hrmstrong 2 entist RtmbteaSnitslng tiU33dt Springs lit Smce Dona H to 5 P PC C FOSTeR OfilceMarcum Hotel Columbia Ky 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 Photographic Supplies Send for catalogue of our goods W D Gatchel Sons StreetstOUJLBVILLlS KENTUCKY f a Iior SHERIFFS SAlt OF LARD Tax of 1898 1899 1900 and 1901 On Monday July 71902 It being county court day I will expose for sale to thehlghestblddcr attbecourt house door In Columbia Ky for cash in hand to pay the Suite Revenue and county levy taxes for the years 1898 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 Jessa Sapp for the years 1899 1900 tax and cost 815 11 W M Baldwin 80 acres joins Hal Seaborn for years leO 1900 tax and cost 3 93 Rachel Baldwin 70 acress joins Ed Baldwin for year 1901 tax and cost I 98 John undilf 10 acres joins G R Feese for year 1899 tax and cost 8 17 Rhoda Damron 220 acres joins Riley Light for year 1893 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 0 1901 tax and cost 4 40 S II Sandusky wiz acres joins Wes Sanders for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 19 30 t DISTRICT No2 W D Burton acres joins Jas Brockman for year 1901 tax and cost 4 55 R E oolc 50 acres j fins S C Neat for year 1901 tax and cost 4 40 JS Calhoun 50 acres joins D B White for years 1JOJ 1900 1901 tax and cost 8 10 AsureDamron acres joins J E Beard for years 1898 1001 tax and cost 0 00 Green Gadberry heirs 37 acres joins S C Neat for years 1SJ9 1000 1001 tax and cost 20 Jas W Gilpio 40 acres joins Jas Brockman for years 1900 1901 tax and cost 4 00 Elisha Jones heirs 37 acres joins S C Neat for years 1893 1899 1900 1001 tax and cost 11 85 S W Long 50 acres joins Jno Campbell for ycarslSOS 1000 1001 tax and cost 7 52 MayP Ilardin N E 2200 acres joins W J Winfrey for years 1890 1000 1901 tax and cost 28 63 S M Pclly 300 acres joins J M Russell for years 1000 1001 tax and cost 4 Chas P Shepherd4 acres joins M if Burton for years 1808 ISJJ 1000 1001 tax and cost 7 55 V T Shepherd 4 acres joins M R Burton for years 1899 1000 1001 tax and cost 80 Jas Selby 42 acres joins Will Acree for year 1901 tax ands cost 2 03 Lewis Warriner acres joins J L Conover for years 1901 tax and cost 3 55 Louvenia R WoUord 10 acres joins Upton Grider for years 1898 1899 1000 tax and cost 3 75 e DISTRICT No3 W J Brown 100 acres joins Elijah Melson foyears 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 735 Rufus Black 100 acres joins Matthew Shearer fur years 1898189919091001 tax and cost 50 W F Cartright NE 140 acres joins Josh Wesley for 1000 1901 tax and cost 9 02 John Lewis heirs 800 acres joins J A Turner for year 1899 tax and cost 4 05 r Thos Letcher 73 acres joins D K Walkup for year 1901 tax and cost 350 Mary E Tabor acres joins Wm Potts for year 1001 tax and cost 2 20 Jas G Yates 137 acres joins W C Loy for years 189809 v 1900 1901 tax and cost 15 06 Amanda Yates agt T Z and W K Rowes heirs147 acres joins Sarah Agee for years 1901 tax and cost 2 50 Thursa Bradshaw 25 acres joins J W Pendleton for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 4 50 AH other parties who have not paid their taxes should take warning from iliteioUcc 1 am determined to c1 loot ail that is due me at once J W HURT Late Sheriff The July Womans Hone Compan Iou isa patriotic number The FirM Declaration of Independence is the story of the Declaration which ante daUd the famous one of 1776 The Independence Hall of Today is a charming historical article woven round the flail in Philadelphia which has been lately restored The fceath Throes of the Confederacy gives a vivid description of the last battles of the Civil War humorous story of one War of 1812 is The Battle of Quahaug Neck by Joo Lincoln Cyrus Townsend Bradys charming story Woven With the Ship is continued Onoto Watanna contribute The Love of a Geisha Girl and Will NHarben has a talc of the Georgia mountaineers Mfss Grace Margraet Gould givesvaluable hints on the lat est frills of fashion Published by The Crowell Publishing Co Springfield Ohio one dollar a year ten cents a copy sample copy free All Taylor at the court house July a t t SOyB LAWS following are a few of the laws ap plicable to every day life which it would be well for everybody to kuow and obieivc Whoever swears of is drunk in the presence of a magistrate or any court of record can be Instantly fined one duller ithout further proof Wells and pits sunk for any purpose must be fined up or cleansed when abandoned by either the owner or oc cupant of the grounds or the person sinking the same or the aforesaid partieswill be liable to a fine of 5 for every twenty four hours such well or pit is left unfilled or unincloscd For the first offense it is a fine of not less than five nor more than 20 to cast the carcass of any dead animal in or within twenty five yards of any watercourse spring or pond Every offense after the first is finable not less than twenty nor more than one hun dred dollars it is a fine of not less thin two or more than ten dollars for each sheep driven more than ten miles along any public road without being plainly branded or marked with one or more letters or crosses It is a fine of not less than one hundred nor more than one thousand dol lars or imprisonment in the county jail for from three to twelvemonths or both fine and imprisonment for any seller to wilfully furnish a buyer with a false pedigree of stock If the owners of distempered cattle or hogs diseased with cholera permit them to run at large outside his prem ises or shall drive the same along the public road he shall be fined 810 per bead for each of such diseased cattle or hogs and shall be liable by civil action for any damage that may occur by spread of these diseases When any such cattle or hogs die they must be burled under a tine of 5 for each carcass not buried Any jailer or officer in charge of a jail bas the right to arm his prisoners when he has reasonable grounds to be lieve that said jail is about to be attacked by a mob bent upon inflicting violence upon the inmates It isa tine of not less than fifty or more than 8500 or imprisonment in the county jail from one to six months or both fine and imprisonment to of fensively interrupt a public speaker No minister of the gospel can be ar rested while he is engaged in religious work in any religious assembly for any civil cause whatever Any officer attempting to make such arrest is liable to a line of from 810 to jOt Any person unlawfully starting a tire in any woods fence or grass or straw whether damage is done or not is liable to a fine of 8100 No bells of any kind can be carried on any animal or animals drawing vex hides under a fine of 82 toS5 per day Every owner or renter of land who see a Canada thistle growing thereon and fans to cut it down before it is ripe is liable to a fine of 85 Any person over twenty one not a married woman can have his or her name changed by order of county courtIt a penitentiary offense to wilful ly cut down deface remove or destroy a corner tree or corner stone of the boundary of theState or to the survey of any tract of land Any land owner grazing cattle for compensation has a lien upon such cattle subject to limitations and restrictions as are provided for in the case of a landlord lien for rent Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has announced that in order to secure a government appropriation of 5000000 the managers of the worlds fair project in St Louis must pledge them selves to see to it that the fair is not operated on Sunday at any time and u contract has heeu signed to this rarest There are some good planks in the platform adopted by the Democracy of Illinois They demand that cumblua shall becurbcd If existing laws are nut bulllcient to this end theo new laws must be made to nifet the case They also demand a revision of the tariff which oreeds trusts and in turn bleeds the people and furtherak that the treatment given to Cuba shall be accorded the Philippines and there seems to be nothing unreasonable In this The high price of beef is not die to the scarcity of cattle It is tee result ot a corner In the market by the Beef Trust The information furnished that the net earnings of the Trust in 1901 amounted to one hundred millions more than in 1000 It is not surprising that there is discontent on the part of the laboring classes to whom meat to a greater or less degree is a necessity SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT Forthe Year 1901 of Metcalfe County Pursuant to ac order of the Metcalfe Fiscal Court made at its October Term 1001 appointing the undersign ed a special Commissioner to make fi nal settlement with the Sheriff pertaining to the County levy for the year 1901 The following report made in obedience to said order is respectfully submitted I find from last settl meat that said- Sheriffiscbargable with the sum of 328038 Said Sheriff is en titled to credits as follows as per vouchers filed herewith- A T Rock 200 AT Rock 300 M F Sparks 2 80 Chess Cassady 197 W B Dulin 2 64 J M Nunn 3 10 AB Woodward 3 10 Theo Pendleton 2 00 J L Penick 2 80 L A Edwards 2 96 H A Crensfcaw 2 80 G A Jeffreys 2 00 R H Nunn 3 15 B S HamiltonI460rJ M Williams 1 00 T A Goodenloo 00 J B Eubank 1 75 L A Frazier 2 00 J H Hubbard 6 00 Ellen Brown 20 00 B H Harvey 12 00 Louis Pedigo 1 00 L England 2 00 T M White 2 00 J B Scott 200 P L Hodges 2 H J Estes 59 50 HJ Estes 280 J II KInnaird 10 41 C W Jessie i 7 80 Ohm England 30 Jno A Beauchamp a 2 22 E R Beauchamp 15 19 Wm C Curry 5 00 M O Scott 87 50 J W Kinnaird 87 50 R Pennington 200 Wm Martin 5 24 Emmett Glass 12 00 John Pedigo 0 37 Dr J A Yates 25 00 Z G Taylor 133 00 John Fleuiming 8 50 J W Coffee 270 20 By property at the October Term 1901 of the Fiscal Court 15 5J J L Frogge 2 00 R L Martin 6 00 P L Hodges 2 50 Calvin Nuchols 17 98 J B Lane 31 00 W T Scott 42 60 WesJones 27 84 W T Scott 2 50 Mary A Fergusan 25 00 J B Morris 27 50 W D Peek 3 00 J H Dulin 1188 D P Murray D35 W W Nunn 210 09 Dr D C Donan 50 00 James T Whltlam 2400 B H Harvey 00 J B Edwards 5 60 W E Young 2317 W E Young 6900 W E Youngtr 17 25 By 338 delinquent dead and gone at 125 422 50 By property wrongful ly charged 2 37 H J Estes 19 09 W T England 232 75 M F Sparksy 286 88 Com this settlement 300 258009 Charged 83280 38 Credits 2580 09 Bal Due 8700 29 I VG Compton Commissioner appointed to make final settlement with W E Young late Sheriff of Metcalfe County pertaining to the County levy for the year 1901 certify that the fore- goingsettlementwasthisday made by said Young with me I find that he is chargeable with the sum of Thirtytwo hundred and Eighty dollars and Thir tyeight cents 328038 and is enti tIed to credits in the sum of Twenty five hundred and eighty dollars and nine cents 82580t9 leaving a balance in said Sheriffs bands of Seven Bun dred dollars and twenty ninecents 70029 and the same appears correct Given under my band this April 2nd 11902 Wo COMPTON Com Harvey Hale of Clay county was accidentally killed by a swisginglamb- gfalliugonhim from a tree which be t ireas FltOM Ml BKVAWSPAPER Mr Cannon declares that it is timeI to call a halt on needless and reckless appropriation of the peoples money Mr Cannon always was a great band at padlocking the horseless stable Mr Lodge says he will answer in his own way in his own time Mr Lodge would better hurry Men who believe as he does have no time to waste If they desire to speak officially The Cnicago Tribune asserts that criminal proceedings were not brought against the trust because the evidence was not strong enough The Tribune always maintains a good humorous de pal tment Dr Mark Twains new degree is calculated to make cue Funston think some super heated thoughts By calliug The Commoner to the attention of your friends you will assist in increasing its sphere of influence Whitelaw Reid has just been decor ated with a college degree Few es cape it- The true test of Democracy is loyal ty to prIcllle not eagerness for spoils of office Mr Quay of Pennsylvania has again met in state convention drafted a platform and nominated a state ticket It seems that the court of claims safety net was spread under the South Carolinian just in time A negro school in Illinois has been destroyed and the teachers and stu dents forced to flee In Illinois Mr Roosevelt still insists that pub licity Is the best way to curb the trusts Linotype shackles are something new Mr McLauriu doubtless fuels sails fled since nls commercial democracy landed its entire rank and file a win ner Rousebreakers and highwaymen should form a union and demand that they too be shackled wlthwrlts of in way to solve labor troubles is for employing capftal to give labor a just share of the profits arising from the labor By granting amnesty to all Ameri can prisoners in the isle the Cuban congress has relieved President Roose velt of a very disagreeable task The beef trust has promised to be good but it sounds very much like those gentlemans agreements we used to bear about in railroad circles From a democratic standpoint there is something wrong with the Democratic platform that meets with the approbation of republican politicians Edward VII and J Pierpont Mor gan dined with Ambassador Choate We are now prepared to believe the story that most of the jewels in the British crown have been removed and imitation stones inserted It democrats who are true to democratic principles will do their duty the next national democratic convention will not need to waste time In provid ing thumbmark experts to pass on the loyalty of men who claim to be demo Republicans have decided not push the Fowler bill until after the election This is just what was pected They dare not pass such a bill now They will walt until December and rush It through during the short session When Americans celebrate the Fourth of July in Manila they must be careful not to read the Declaration of Independence It isa crime to reati the Declaration in some parts of the territory under tbe jurisdiction of the Unined States Naturally the republican organs re sent the truth about certain army officers and denounce it as attacks on the army Whenever a pet re publican scheme is opposed the repub lican organs begin to howl about attacks on the uatioual honor Bishop Thoburu says we are in the Philippines by the act of God Will tbe truly good bishop please point to the chapter and verse which tells us to- go with bayonets and torches antJ water cure to preach the peaceful and loving gospel of tbe Naasarene The Mem phis Morning News Is show Ing tbe people of Tennessee what a real democratic paper can do and th people who live In the neighborhood of Memphis will enjoy the novelty of reading a fearless and able exponent of pure and undented democracy Tbe traveling salesmen art begin hlng to feel the effects of the mercan tile combinations for where competi tion Is destroyed the salesm an loses his placcand the salary that he once drew Is added to the profits of the concern It is suggested that the retail dealers agree to give their trade to the lode pendent jobbing houses but this rem edy is aot sufficient It is much easier lttorma combination among a tow manufacturers than to form a combination among the retail dealers The remedy is by ivy and until the people are ready to employ a legal remedy they will have to suffer for the exac tions of the trusts 9 A FIGHT WITH TIlE INDIANS One of the most remarkable Instances of the escape of a white man from the Indians was that of John Colter a famous hunter and trapper On the day in question he and his companion were surrounded by savage warriers The companion was instantly killed and Colter was captured His foes had no intention of saving his life however they wanted the sport of putting him to the torture or at least playing with him as a cat plays with a mouse The chief asked if he could run He said Not much He was released and told to save his life if he darted away at high speed and most of the savages set after him There was a plain before him six miles wide bounded on the far side by a river fringed with trees Colter had always been famous as a runner and his practice now stood him in good stead He made straight across the plain for the stream and the yells of his pursuers lent him wings His foes had removed every shred of clothing from his body and the plain was covered with prIckly pears so that his unprotected feet were lacerated at every stridet1Half way across the plain he glanced back and saw that only a few Indians were following him Again lie ran on and soon realized that one of his pur suers was nearIng him He redoubled his efforts and blood gushed from his nostrils and Itowod down over his breast The fringe of trees was near but a hasty backword look showed him the pursuing brave close upon him with a spear raised Moved by a sud den impulse Colter stopped turned and faced tbe savage with outstretched arms The Indian was so taken back at this unexpected movement that he stumbled and fell This was Colters opportunity He ran back seized the spear and pinning his antagonist to the ground ran on Other savages came on fiercer than before at the death of their comre de but Colter reached the trees plunged into their midst and then Into the river and swam to a pile of driftwood that had lodged He dived beneati it and stuck his head up between two logs covered with smaller timbers and brush The Indians came up and searched and for several hours but failed to find him Again and again they walked over the driftwood Luckily they did not fire It as he fear ed they would At last they went away Then Colter swam out and lied through the forest- S veu days he went on living on roots and berries with no clothing until at last he reached a trading post on the Big Horn River He never fully recovered from the effects of this terrible experience Youths Companion A mad dog at Samaria Greenup county broke up a 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