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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I 1 r FTHEADAIItUOUNTYNEWS iBLR 26 POST OFHOEDBECTORY f J RVHUX Poitmaster hours week days 700 a m to p m COURT DIRECTORY Three aesiloa a yearThir- Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth a Attorney NH WAaron Sheriff P W Miller ircuit Clerk JB Coney Oocnrr Coni First Monday In each month Judge T Murrell County Attorney JaiGtrnett Jr CUfk TR Stult Jailer JIC P Conovcr Assessor E W Burton Surveyor R T McCaffree School SnpU WD Jones Coroner Russell Befularcourt second Monday In each month z JudgeH Baker Alt irnej Gordon Montgomry I MarahallJ W Co- yCHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN SiMKT ReT W Granger pastor Services second and fourth Sundays a each month 8naday school at a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST STMBT W P Gordon pastor Service first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST STMBTBCT W B Tutor Services third Sunday Ineach month 3andayechoi every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PlEBEld Z T Williams Paator Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLOIQES MASONIC No P and A MRep ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri aSaynighton or before the full moon In each month JasGarnett Jr TVM A KaMP Sect R A M No meets Friday nighfatt full moon JaBl- W W Secretary Sjhe Rotbcbilfc 8 TKHdnbaxim MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 619 lest main St Louisville Kentucky Farmrs Farmersl lam prepared to takeyour orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me atColumbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD Daylight Acetylene Gas Co 126 SecontlStreet Ixmlsvillo Kentucky Manufacturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Towns Churches Stores Residences Etc Gas Engines and Water Works for County Homes PARSON MOSS CO f COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We wil take country produce at market value Give call Shop near Columbia Mill Co POtter Rob Otter Jobn F Neat with OTTER cc COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION- Nos 214 to 220 Sixth St Lioulsville Kentucky PRODUCE I will pay the highest cash prices fur all Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay from 8 to 2c fur wool My store is connected by tolc i hone throughout the GEORUE ALFRED CALD WELL The following article upon the death of Mr Caldwdl was written by Geo D Prentice and clipped from the apdpeared It has been in the possession of Mr II B Simpson of Caseys Creek this county all this time whc brought it to the News for republica tion The distinguished and useful citi zensof our city and State are being stricken dow n with fearful ra pidity Death is enamored of our brightest landmarks and their luster pales within the dark and cheerless confines of the tomb The report yes terday morning tbatanotber pioneer and estimable Kentuckian Coouet George Alfred Caldwell was no more occasioned the deepest sorrow throughout the city and wherever in our broad Commonwealth the sad tidings shall be heard the people will grieve for the loss of a gallant and brilliant spirit Tbe circumstances of Colonel CaMwella death were most melan choly lie was found dead in his bed by his old and faithful servant Isaac at 7 oclock yesterday morning The Colonel had retired earlier than was his custom on account of feeling unu sually bad from an infirmity the rheumatism with which he had been flicted for many years About 3 oclock Isaac went into his od masters room to black his shoes fur the morrow cording to an Invariable rule At this time Colonel fcald well was awake and uncomplaining and be and Isaac ex changed some commonplace remarks But when the servant returned to the room at 7 oclock to call the colonel for breakfast he was cold in death He had expired it is thought from a sudden heart pang caused by the disease to which he had been a prey so long Colonel Caldwell was born at Colum bia Adair county Ky in October 1814 and was consequently in the fifty second year of his age That half century life was made illustrious by achievements in the military and civic spheres of action to which he was call ed anti graced by a prepossessing social genius The deceased graduated at St Josephs College Bardstown Ky in 1835 and as a Doctor of Law in the lawschool at Lexington Ky class of 18367 Ills talents were rapid lu their development and in their recognition by the people He was elected a mem ber of the State Legislature tram his native cuuuty in 1839 and again in 1840 Four years subsequently be was put forward aslbe Democratic caudi date fur Congress and was elected alt er a canvassmemorable as one of the most exciting and brilliant In the politics of Kentucky Hon Joshua F Bell was his defeated opponent When war was declared against Mexico In 1846 Colonel Caldwell entered the ser vice asa major in the quartermasters department In the following year 1847 he received his commission as first major in the Yoltigeur regiment and was engaged in most or allthe principal battles in tha Valley of Mex icoon General Scotts line In the capture of the heightsof Chepultepec Colonel Caldwell led the storming par ty his superior officer General Joseph K Johnston having fallen badly wounded in that storm of fireand blood For his dauntless and glorious charge upon these formidable works Colonel Cald well was brevetted Lieutenant Colo nel which rank he maintained until the close of the war and his ret racy from the army in 1848 In 1849 he was again elected to Con gress from the Fourth District by an overwhelming majority At the en suing election 1851 he declined the Congressional race Early in 1853 be emoved to Louisville to pursue the profession of the law since when be has eschewed politics altogether not withstanding the importunities of his party admirers and friends We have necessarily adverted to but a few of the honorable events in the public life of the deceased Fpm the period of his legal graduation until he breathed his last he was the cynosure of all who knew him Whether in the field or on ILcn strum or at the bar helnsp red the appreciative confidence and admiration of his fellowsoldiers and fellowcountrymen And in the dumestic and social circles he was spected loved and worshipped for those natural gifts of heart and a polished culture of mind whoso fascinating power none could withstand The his tory of such a marl has its tri cst anti fairest expositor In the heirts and memory of those who were endeared to 4 him in lIreTbe loss of tucba man is Caldwell was a bachelor but he leaves several brothers sisters and other relatives to lament his unex pected death We offer them the full measured sympathy of the Common friends and associ ates of Colonel Caldwell have called a meeting to be held at 10 oclock this morning for the purpose of expressing their sorrow and paying a suitable tribute to his memory The funeral takes place at 3 oclock P M to morrow from the resfdcnce of Dr Wm Caldwell brother of the deceased corner of Second and Walnut streets TILE COUNTY PAPER If there is any body who deserves pity and commiseration its the editor of the county paper Every evil wind that blows is sure to strike this shorn lamb on the south side and every mistake made in the county is laid at his door The woman who makes preserves by a receipt found in his sheet and lets them burn while she gossips with a neighbor over the back fence blames Olin fur printing a receipt that isnt good The man who runs for ollice and gets defeated lays it on toe evil tor because the paper didnt support him and the man who wins instead of being thankful that he got there resents it because his majority Isnt as large as it might have been had the editorials been more enthusiastic The girl who marries thinks be might com pliment her more when the truth is he has exhausted every adjective iu the dictionary in his description of the nuptials and all the old maids in town get mad if he doesnt mention it in the paper every time they happen to have a beau In fact be has the butcher the baker and the candlestick maker to please as well as all the bank offi cials and bloated bond holders And there are always plenty of kindhearted God save the mark people who drop In to tell him of mistakes and how the paper ought to be run Hes always glad to sec these friends for they are generally two or three years behind with their subscriptions and he cant help having a faint hope ery time they came in that they are going to settle up at last And all begets fur his cordial welcome is a lot of cold advice when he knows the family has been living fur a week on a maw luoiu Duet fcuinubudy bruugut 10 the office Handler in Danville Advocate- A CATTLE FEEDING PLAN A dispatch from Chicago says plans that were taken into consideration about a year ago have been developed in tbe last few months to the profit where some of the great packing es tablisbments in Chicago have begun experiments on what may prove revo lution of the cattle industry of the country The project involves the settlement of several hundred thousand acres of what Is at present nearly valueless land In Northern and Northwestern Florida and Southern Alabama the cultivation ou a large scale of the cas sava root and its use In feeding cattle and bogs If the plan develops as it is now in the minds of tbe leading pack ers the Southern States will become the center of the cattle raising Indus try It is stated that arrangements arc now being made for the accommodation of a considerable number of cattle to be shipped from the stock yards there to Northern Florida to be fed x cassava root The result of the fattening process will be compared with similar work in tbe West regarding which the condi tions are already definitely known The result obtained will determine the future of the cassava experiment WHAT CONGRESS DID TO HIM The president is a man wfio lives in an atmosphere of vigorous Optimism He is one of those strenuous parties wno never seems to admit def at but turns hopefully to some other way to reach the end that luomciatarlly may have been missed Otherwise he could not have talked as chipper as be did atPlttsburg about wbatbas teen done and will yet be done to make his ad ministration successful and glorljus The ordinary citizen looking at the record of what congress did to him and his official prJ jets presented hud urged in his message of December last would surely be Piss sanguine and chary of prophecl We cannot recall any president of recent times who has ry f xr i received su little consideration from his party In congress Take for instance tin Cuban reel prociiy measure So utter 1 failure to carry his point would have been a sore discomfiture to the administration of any other man than this new man ner of president Indeed however of feazing him he stands up with un wrinkled front and tells the people tbat what he demanded twice of con gross and didnt get will yet coma as sure as fitf It takes a very cheer ful temperament to discuss a signal defeat In tbat fashion Then there were his demands for government supervision of the trusts and for a law requiring publicity of their methods that were ruthlessly Ignored Yet the president goes to the home of his attorney general and lauds that officer for his tremendous energy in chasing the trusts notwith standing that his bearers had just come from the market where the beef trust the meanest of the tribe had exacted a large slice of pure loot in return fur every cut of steak every chop and every slice of ham Nor did the president get his law against anarchy nor the ship subsidy nor the national militia act nor the general staff Jor the army nor the ap plication of the civil service to the do mestic and insular service nor the ro organizitlon of the consular service not the department of commerce and labor The Philippines bill was the only pirtisan measure he did obtain for the canal bill the irrigation bill and the creation of a permanent cen sus bureau were nonpartisan acts and cannot figure as presidential victories Really congress seems to have been in a decidedly antiRoosevelt humor all the way through the session and the president cannot very well point with pride to bis achievements in his first endeavors to lead the party and maintain its prestige Atlanta Con stitution CURE FOR SMALLPOX I am willing to risk my reputation as a public manwrtJte Edward Hire to the Liverpool Mercury if the worst case of smallpox can not be cured in three days by the use of cream of tarter One ounce of cream ot tartar dlss led in a pint of bolting water drunk at intervals when cold is a cer lain oev failing remedy It bas cured thousands never leaves a mark never causts blindness and averts te dious Hogerinx1 Copied from the Living Church br Mrs Henry 1ilcbcr President G Stanley Hall of Clark University has been studying tbe al leged almost total absence of icsanity among negroes He believes it is be cause being newer to civilizitlon the race has not run through so many dif ferent and crucial experiences at the white race President Hall says the Charleston News and Courier can get some invaluable information from Dr Babcock of the South Carolina state hospital for the insane He will prob ably discover that Insanity almost un known among negroes In slavery days is now increasing at an alarming rate California melons arc going into the eastern market to fight it out with the Colorado melons to prove tbat Rocky Ford is not tbe only cantaloupe on the vine says the Los Angeles Herald The Southern Pacific Rail road has taken sides with the India melon which the railroad will under cake to deliver at Chicago and New York on passenger train time It Is expected that tbe shipments this year will amount to 220 to 300 carloads We arc with thcBnffalo Times when it says tbat there Is plenty of splendid material in the democratic party from which to make selection but there is no nerd for haste in the matter It is practically settled that the republican candidate barring death and other un Iforsccn disability will be citherHan naor Roosevelt there is no need or wOrrylDgovertheldentltyof his opponent at this juncture AH the democratic party need do this fell Is to get the various States Into such condition that their wnidate of 1004 who ever be may be will receive the full and undivided vote of the party In tbat wayaud In no other will his election be assured M N Egner of loufsvillo aged 72 years warts a divorce because his wife whips blrrr without a cause In Leslie coyoly John Howard aged 60 years married MissSallle Hale aged 16 v Yr r a MISSXAUY MEETING Missionary procram to be held at Mt Zion July 23 loa m Devotional srvlce T II Coffey 1015 When we took the vows of the church lid we promise to c utribute to Foreign and Domestic Missions W 0 Loy and T J Campbell 1030 Can we pay tbe assessments in full and shall we do it G R Abrel and J P Vanhoy 11 Missionary sermon S G Shelley Afternoon Quarterly Conference 2 p m Foreign Missionary and Home Mission Societies Mrs S G organize Sundayschools into Missionary Societies W P Gordon V Dudley IJ Dinner on tbe gronnd Everybody lis invited- J P Vanhoy P C THE FAIRS Richmond third week in July Crab Orchard fourth week in July Gergetown fourth week in July Huustonville fifth week In July Danville first week in August Lexington second week in August Russell Springs August 12 13 14 Columbia August 10 four days Maysville third week in August Lawrencebug third week in Aug Broadhead Aug 20 three days Liberty Aug 27 three days Bardstown and Glasgow first week- S ptem EI7lbethtownand Bowling Green second week in September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week in September Geo Elliott a farmer of Mercer county hanged himself in his barn Later his wife was found on the road side with her head mutilated and dy ing Previous to this Elliott had told a neighbor a horse had kicked her They bad bad troubl- eQUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BANK OF COLUMBIA AT TILE CLOSE OFIiUSINESSON THE 30th DIY OF JUNE too UKSOUItCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts cured Overdrafts unsecured Due from Nutional Dms4Sine Stun Slate Banks and BasketsHanki e use asd lotrMorigavB 121289 Other stocks and bolds Specie 327 Currency 1685206 Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and fixtures Expenses last quarter Give descriptiod location val ue and how long owned all real estate except banking hoase andlot If any owned looser than five years Dont own any t LIABILITIES Capital stack paid In cash j Surplus fund 8000 Undivided Profits Deposits subject to checkon which interest Is not paid 17806150 Duo National Banks BOPPLEMIWT- ARYIIJghestamountorindebtednessof any stockholder person company or firm including in the liability of ihe company or firmthe liability V of Ih3 Individual msmberJ thereof directly or indirectly if such indebt edness exceeds it per csnt of cap tal stock actually paid and actu al ttmaunt of surplus of the bank None Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such Indebtedness exceeds per cent of paidup capital stock or bank None Does amountofindebtednessofany- person company or firm including inthe liability of the camp ny or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed per cent of paid up capital and actual srp lust Amountoflastdividend Were al expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring a dividend and was not lest than percent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend cjrried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Nothing carried to surplus Our surplus exceeds IOpercent of cap ital 216782 STATE OF KENTUCKY ConTY JoCofljy CosMsrof tho flank of Colum bia abauk located aid doing business in the town cf Columb in said county beipg duly Vvorn says that the foregoing report bin all resprctj a true statement of the condition of saldbaukatth3cose of business op the 33h dT cf June to the belt of hh knowl edge and bslieft and further says that the busi ness of slid bank has been transacted attha lo ration naoid and not elsewhere and that above report la made In compliance with Gb gffldil tic received fr m tlie Secretary of State desljnatlg the 30h diy of June 9j2 aside dir 03 which31 j rep jrt ha m Us Subscribed anl swo n to before mob jo Coney thoJrd day otJ 17190- 2WMAXorrsYNPAv Ky Commission empires J nuary Jo Cjshler OAbMBTTDirector B F PAUU Director W Joaae Director f LtID J ttr iit1j BELLS HOTEL i7th and Mirket 111 Eugene Boll Manager Louisville Ky IIEday up European plan 50c per day upPerSQood Order and Polite Treatment Ouaranteedo I1If BflRGfllNS BflRGfllNS C Our Stock of Clothing Shoes Gents and Ladies Furnishing is Complete EXAHINE OUR GOODS AND GET OUR PRICES If you want an moneyenJllltsure we can feelpleaseLADIES AND GENTS PUIWlSIIIXtiS CafffnrVJ1 flndn legaUt line of Shirty Tits Collars and theaboveSIIOES AND HATS Our findwhatwearmarkeddown to pleaseyonLouisville Bargain Store STRULL KWEIT Proprietors Columbia a a Kentucky Carry All Heights IIISTOCK CATALOSUE J t EI- CITSDBHLBR BROTHERS 11G East Alakot Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY E V1 M2KyLJEtch Boot and Slio Company i No 33 West Pearl Street Cincinnati Ohio Solicits the trade of the merchants in Southern Ken tucky Complete line of samples carried and satisfaction guaranteed f Profit Sharing The Cincinnati EncjxJirer setae araldo 97000To be distributed to such of its readers who care to ge in an Intel lectual and profitable study A contest that wilt familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is i What will be theTctal 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 An additional sum of 10000 will be given 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 ate 4187 cash prizes in allr several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles sub scriber to one estimate 150 for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate o cents withoutany subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SOC 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 forthe purpose and in conformity with rules amd regulations made and provided Send fin circulars blanks eJcJ to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Box 716 Cincinnati 0 c it1au LI1i OfONIY NHWS Published Every Wednesday YTBE idair Bounty NewGo INCORPORATED CF11K UARRJ r Editor Dmn tr netrraner detnted to th Inter eO ofthe citr ofColnniM and the people 0 anti darr rnntl Entered at the Colnmhl PostofHcn as second ctallII mate- rWEDNESPA Y JULY 16 ANNOrNCKMENTS For State Treasurer We are anthnri d to announce 1111 liEN KIN1EK Waynn county a c ndidac for th pfflcen State Teasurcr lubj et o the action of theDemocratic party King Edwards head is still uncrowned Republicanize a Democrat and soon thereafter he seeks to be of ficialized The shortest road to the official station seems to be via ex route in a section like unto this part of the world Rally round the flag and chaw the chewing gum of the G 0 P and there will be a happy time some day Old Virginia took on a new con stitution lust Thursday and there will be plenty of work for her lawmakers for many months Geo Long has been recom mended by the Repulican State CentrarCommittee to serve on the Election Board Hon C W Wright declined to further serve Gov Beckham will appoint Mr Long some time in this month Hew any man who has been an earnest and able advocate of Dem ocratic principles for a half cen tury can turn to the left and swal low the Republican protective wallthe fostering hand of Jumbo Infant Industrieswe are not able to comprehend The most exciting pursuit after the most desperate and dangerous criminal that has occurred in the country for a decade is that of trying to eapture or kill Harry Tracy the Oregon convict Thus far Tracy has made his escape when it seemed impossible and in doing so he has killed five or six men That whole section of the country is in an excited state and his capture will evidently take place in a short while The Taylor County Enquirer whose circulation does not encir cle the globe reproduced our state ment of the contest at Campbells ville under the caption of An Excellent Lie It further al ludes to the News as claiming the game by setting up the plea robbed by the umpirer Again this same sheet refers toone of our citizens as a ball rooter from the wilds of Adair county and closes with this sentence Its a pity people could not leave their arsenal at home when visiting a civilized community The News publishes decisions and facts in a ball gamp It gave a correct re port of the game at Campbells ville without fear or favor and its statement concerning the umpire was but the statement in sub stance of the umpire himself in this town the following day The attempted reflection against our county its subordinate position compared with that of the En quires dwelling place comes from a paper not calculated to do much damage The News has never countenanced discourteous treat I ment of any visiting team but has used its efforts to the other I side The Enquirer is evidently out for the love and esteem of Adair county people and it is making a hard fight for the business inter ests of Campbellsville There is nothing like the efforts of a good i newspaper in bringing about good results to any town Of course it must denounce its neighbors as heathens must point with pride to its own community as the cen ter of civilization and refinement and thus induce a desire to visit the greatest known center Tot make the story short the senti f mont proclaimed by the Enquirer can neither be endorsed at home c J for in tills sectionI J e j The effort to harmonize Demo crate is resulting in some liviJs accusations and it will lead hI better understanding of the Jiviti ed forces We fully believe tl the party will be cleared of Hn cord in a reasonable time and tie powers directed toward reclaiming thtt sacredness of our Declaration of July 4 1796 and the full lore e of the constitution that ound th thirteen original colonies into one government The Commoner has been enlarged ton sixteen page paper RI1 uitiinher that you can get it one year for cents that you ought to bave it and that if you fail to take it you discard onto of the bea opportunities to keep posted on the great issues and Democratic doctrine and actions for merely cents a year Get up a club nod send to the Commoner or the News Mr T E Green the excellent Circuit Court Clerk of Taylor county publishes a card stating that he will not be a candidate for renomination before the Dem cratio primary called for early in September He is a Democrat but will not leave the business of the office to go into the primary There is not a more prosperous railroad than the Louisville Nashville It has increased its earnings 250000000 in the last year ORADYVILLE Our school opened with a good attendance Quite a number of our people attended the singing at Antioch last Sunday conducted by Prof W S Piokett Dr S A Taylor spent Saturday night by the bedside of his sick sister Mrs Conover Columbia Curt Bell of Columbia spent Saturday night with J L Walker this place Miss Gertrude Gupton of East Fork was the guest of Miss Irene Yates last week v W F Rowe of Red Lick pass ed through here last week en route for Jamestown A valuable milch cow owned by Dr S A Taylor was bitten by a snake last week Wheat threshing is in full sway in this section The yield is not large but quality good 00 Moss and wife attended the institute at Columbia last ThursdayMiss Kinnaird of Red Lick spent a few das of last week with Miss Kate Walker Smith Nell bought last week in Metcalfe county 75 large cattle for October delivery at 4c They are to weigh from 11200 to 1500 lbs Geo H Nell and family spent several days of last week visiting relatives and friends at Milltown- W S Knight Jamestown pass ed through here one day last week enroute for Edmonton Mr Henry Franklin a late car penter has been making some improvements fOjt J J Hunter Misses Mollie and Rosie Hunter entertained quite a number of their friends last Saturday night Refreshments were served and the evening pleasantly spent by the young people v Chas Yates bought last week a very valuable mare from G B Yates for 8550 Mepsrs W L Walker Son of Nell certainlyshippinlt a large amount of tobacco We daily see it passing through this place The hens of Mrs W L Grady have raised her 250 chichens up to now Uncle Jack Napier and your scribe want to know when the next fiddlerscontest will be held in Columbia We want to be bill ed for the occasion Misses Mollie and Josie Caldwell of Portland spent a few days of last week in our town Ho Walker is making some improvements on his undertaker shop Miss Alice Bragg one of James towps accomplished young ladies was visiting her relatives here last vetik Mr W W Yates accompanied his grandson 0 L Walkor to Glasgow last week on the latters return to Tcxa9 W C Walkup tombstone man informs us that he secured 1006 fr worth of work on a recent trip to Russell county- J A Diddle sold a big lot of countIThe following persons were here CalgFiluiore Sparks L S Smith Geo E Nell is on listeHA Walker had the misfor tune to get one of his fingers dislocated W L Fletcher has the best crop of dark tobacco in this section About half of it U ready to top Mrs Carrie Powell is teaching heretW L Grady recently purchas ScSmith for 75 John Preston of Sparksville was in our town a few days ago and related the history of Rev S L localtan tor and was anxious to build a col lege Result Swamped the peo ple agoing and acoming Mr F is of the opinion that the next stranger stopping at Sparksville hat better show his credentials A few o f our citizens and a few from Bliss met Judge Murrell and J R Hindman at Union church last Saturday night to take steps toward improving the public road from this place to Bliss We will just say our people favor the proposition and will do their part if Judge Murrell will do the grad ing The opportunity is ripe Misses Sallie Diddle Kate Walk er Irene Yates Clara Wilmore C O Moss and wife and R L Caldwell attended the ball game at Columbia JAMESTOWN Corn crops are looking fine in this is a good boating tide at present in old Cumberland Judge Hays is in feeble health Traders a little dull at present Mrs Mary J Chamberlain is visiting her son in Ala Mr E V Miller and N B Kelsay were in Jamestown Sunday Mr J P Winfrey our liveryman is doing a good business When in Jamestown dont fall to stop at the Patterson Hotel where you will get your moneys worth- KELTiYEG Rev T B Clark preached an excel lent sermon at Oakland last Sunday Mr T A Furkins is building a new room to his store Mr Perkins seems to be doing well in the goods business as he is enlarging bis stock and store Miss Cora Dowell of Gradyville is visiting relatives here this week Messrs Davis and Jno Coffey were iu Greensburg on business last Friday Mr T A Furkin and Jim Coomer made a business trip toEdmonton last MondayW Keltuer and Johnie uoffey ex changed mules last FridayiT A Furkins and O B Finn made a business trip to Columbia last Fri day High tide of water doneconsiderable damage on the little creeks here last week Pickett brothers are threshing wheat and report the fields only medium CRAY CRAFT Farmers are done plowing their corn and are saving their hay The health of the community is very good at present Born to the wife of Geo Blair the 7tha son Jno Neat visited our merchants a few days ago P V Grissom was here a few days ago on business Ike Montgomery of Ozark was here a few days ago selling books The school at Clear Spring begins Monday Miss Susi3 Bryant visited tbe family of Solomon McKinley a few days ago Aunt Betsy Wells has been visiting relatives near Eito for tile past two a number attended the foot washing at Concord Sunday Geo O Powell sold to Dock Hardin a cow and calf for 3000 Jas M Murrell was in Columbia a few days ago RE Montgomery Of Joppa was here a few days ago J C Bryan of Qzark was here a few days ago on business There will be prayer meeting at Clear Spring the third Sunday evening in this month Jas A Richard is burning a brick kiln Thor was a party iron here fishing 6 Green river last week CG Jeffries of Joppa passed through here ajaw days ago and id Termed us that he had bought p roger SfiL r ty in Somerset and would make that hiS liuiuu W II Loa was hero a few days au II Murroll was In CauipbellsvilU week THE PAIRSI Richmond third week in July Crab Orchard fourth week in July Ger ituwn fourth week in July Huustouville fifth week Iu July Danville first weekjri August Lexington second week in August Russell Springs August 12 13 14 Columbia August 19 four days llaysvllle third week in August Lawrtucebug third week in Aug Broadhcad Aue20 three days Liberty Aug three days Bardatown and Glasgow first week and Bawling Green second week in September Interstate Fair Louisville fourth week in Septeuibtr LIVE STUCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stoc Yards CATTLE Extra shipping IS6 2526 50 Lightshipping 5 7GG10 Best butchers 5 005 50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 75 Common to medium btchr 4 254 50 noose Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 7 50 Fair to good packing 160 to 200fi s 725 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 725 SHEEP AND LAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep n 3 253 05 Fair to good 2 752 25 common to medium 2 002 15 J 7T C POSTEROSTEO- PATK1C OiseMarcum Hotel KyIf 3 M WISEMAN SON of Successors to Adam Vojjt Go J iWhLKKS stud OPTICIANS Establishwl 1881 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0pine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond Oposlte Music hail LOCTISVLLM KENTUCKY Scientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Black Smith lug of any kind from horse shoe ing to tho repairing of the finest vehicles 1 will make a specialty ofshoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guanntee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery makyour work COFFEYI Wilmore Hotel W M W1LMOKE Prop Gradyville Kentucky is no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable feed stable attached Taken up as stray Last Thursday a strange mare came to our farm It is a bay animal about eight years old The owner can have her by calling and paying for her keeping and the pub lishing of this notice II W Taylor Glensfork Ky Gooinbia Roller 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- erFurniture Department If you need Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address I R MYURSS GoIllfflMdS Kentucky VICTORIA HOTEL 10th and 13roadwa9 ltOUISVIltltEM 1ENTUG1Y This hotelhas been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop GEO GE E GOSBY VIanager WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS New stole Bunnies Ware now receiving a handsome line of new style Buggies Phaeton and Surreys durable and easy runners Our supply of plows Disc Harrows Wagons and Buck boards is thelargest ever offered to the peope lob Green and adjoining counties Just received a large stock of Ladies and Gents Furnisliing Goods r FERTILIZERS N We handle the best brands of fertilizer and sell at prices that will pay you to travel 100 miles to buy UfodsoQ lewis 8 Bro Greensburg U Kentucky cr F L I IFURNITURE Good Bedsteads for 175 They are neat well madeiand substantial lOur Oak Bedsteads and Dressers arc sold for less than you can buy the cheap stained poplar and sweet gum ones elsewhere See us ana we can save you money on any kind of furniture r com ilia furniture Pianino Mill Go lST4 ESTABL1SiiED6 1874 S B Led an Soji JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Diamond Watches Clockgand Silverware Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty 410 W Market Between 4th and 5th LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY The Jones t Implement are the Best on Earth =The Jones Chain Mowers and Jones Lever hinders are Machines of tho Highest Merits Repairs always on hand For a good Buggy good Harness and Saddlery I am prepared to servo you Remember I can sell you a good Cultivator Cheap for Cash Call on me JVW JACKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Newly Furnished American Plan 100 Per Ni6jMEflLS 25c NIG BOSLER ManaflGr Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West Market Street Loylsviile 0 0 0 Kentucky CORCOAN DSTPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble s Works7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and c dealers In all kinds Qf jANDGRANI1E ll1DJm l IIPRICES LOW WO K GUARANTEED Spedial 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 WMFJEFFBIES Local Agent Columbia Ky The Farmers Empire Wheat Drill Disc and HoeJ5 or 8 Hoes or Disc is the best Eepaim J kept on hand at all times J We Also Keep Field Seed lv Buggies Harness Saddlery Farm Impliments ofall kinds Fertilizers of the very best brands Our pricesare the lowest come and see us 3WI F Jeffries Son Columbia Kentucky ti PERSONAL nE lION Jo H jSt6nj JaroestnwnMs in Vt lumbla W G nJlI day bas returned from Lexington Miss Delle Mitchell pent last wc c In Columbia r Miss Lyda Simpson spent last week g in Columbia Prof G P Dillon plid the News a visit last Saturday Miss Katie Murrell is on the sick list but Improving Miss Lizzie Murrell was quite sick several days of last week Mr John D Sharp Amandavillc was in Columbia Monday Mr1 Coleman Lebanon was in Columbia one day last weekc Mr Lee S Smith Burksville was here several days of last week Mr JB Coffey and Clint Smith were In Jamestown Monday Mr J Q Alexander and his son Percy were here yesterday Mr JaS Gar ett Jr reports a de lightful time at Estelle Springs Mr T S Wooten Hlllsboro Texas is visiting relatives in this county Mr Cbas Montgomery an attorney of Liberty was in Columbia last Sat urday Mrs C H Murrell has been quite sick for several days but is on the mend Mr W F Rowe who is located in Jackson Miss was in Columbia last SaturdayEld Williams Carrollton Kyf visited relatives and friends here last week Miss Lou Frankum returned from an extended visit to Missouri lastTues day evening MrsL C Hurt and Miss Mary Price returned from a visit to Greens IMr of Jamestown was here on legal business a few days ago Mrs Lucy Follis and children and Mrs Lola Lovette and little daughter are visiting at Bliss Mr Titus Mercer merchant at Camp Knox attended the Institute throughout the session v Miss Lorena Pile is visiting in James town and will probably spend several days at the Russell Springs Judge W W JoneslKollin Hurt and N H W Aaron returned from the Metcalfe circuit court last Saturday Miss Sallle Patterson a popular and attractive young lady of Jamestown is visiting her numerous friends in Co lumbla Henry the little son of Mr and Mrs W H Wilson is spending a few days in Creelsboro with his aunt Mrs Mary B Dunbar Mr J P FerrJn Jamestown New YorkIsin the county delivering leases He is companied by Mr Arch Smith of Pittsburg Pa Miss Jennie VanPelt the guest Of Miss Sallie Rep Marcum met all her friends in Columbia and returned to her home in Louisville Monday Miss Amanda Stone who paid Miss Gertrude Grady a pleasant visit turned toher home in Liberty last Saturday accompanied by Mr Jas Pauline Cabells visitors Misses Ruth Williams Olive and Ona Wal ling returned to their home in Camp bellsville last Friday During their stay they met a large number of the young people of Columbia Eld W 3L Azbllland his daughter Miss Ethel arrived in Columbia last week Mr Azblll has been doing mis sion work for a number of years and his numerous friends were glad to see him Miss Ethel has been In College in Illinois Mr Porter Strange a native of this place who has been making his home 7 yearIsis in the mercantile business in Texas and is doing well Herein his home town he is popular with both young and old and every body was glad to see himProf A H Ballard and wife of Mlddletown Ohio arrived here last Tuesday They will spend a few weeks visiting Mrs Ballards parents rela tives and friends Prof Ballard is Principal teacher in one of the Graded High Schools of Middletown and bas charge of the entire school which has seven teachers employed besides him selfMiss Octavia M Reed of this place who has been teaching In Manchester Ky for several years reached homp last week for the vacation Miss Reed is pngaged in Mission work andis do lug muchgoodior the poorer class of people in Southeastern Kentucky She is a lady of the highest Christian type anti goes where her Master calls LOCAL JOTTINGS Dr Barg will be in Greensburg next week If you want a good buggy fora little money see Beard x Jackman v A small dividend was declared by the promoters and backers or tba rAIf Taylor lecture The Columbia Fair prlvlllges will be udarthoRemember the datel t 1 y4S r Miss Dannie Kate Flowers enterI tat d a number of her young friends lasijSuturday evening The young ladies Mbsos Deltlc Iiiricv Loa RosciilieJd and Martha Hiucrk realized twentyfour dollars Thursdayk The audieuce at tbe Lecture last week was proof that the people of this town and section of country are liter ary in their taste that they seek the good and not the bad A series of meetings commenced at the Christian church last Sunday fore noon Eld W K Azblll preaching the opening sermon Ell CrossUeld ar rived Monday evening and will be the speaker during the remainder of the services Mary Lee the little colored girl sis ter of Jo and Virgil Taylor who lived with Mrs Bert Wolford from early in fancy died last Saturday morning She was about fourteen years old and had been a great help to the lady who reared her The Adair county Baseball team needs a little more work and then it Could meet and defeat any team in this part of the world It is composed of good material throughout but practice Is worth a great dealIt brings out and develops the ball playing pow ers That little fellow with red hair the funny sunny part of the Campbells vllle team wont allow a ball to pass him Hes the finest fielder we ever saw aud is worth all the room that two average men use We refer to Jack Sanders and the Camptellsvllle team shonld set him up to a nice cigar Eld W K Azbill delivered a learn ed and interesting sermon at the Christian church last Sunday forenoon At night be gave a sketch of his work at different points in Japan and along the Pacific Coast Mr Azbill has been a Missionary for ten years and the re mainder of his life will be devoted to this noble calling Mrs Belle Patterson of Jamestown will please accept our thanks for sev eral interesting Birmingham Ala papers In one we find the picture of our old friend Mr J B Chamberlain who left Russell county many years ago He has the management of the city sales department of the Jesse French Piano ana Organ Company and is turning out more instruments than any other salesman in the State He is a very valuable man and the cow pany could not well do without his services There has been a contro ferey about a tract of land containing one thousand acres lying in the Breeding neighbor hood this county and purchased by Mr Sam Newbold of Louisville quite a number of years ago Several par ties claimed that they owned certain portions by right of posession Mr nolJIn Hurt representing Mr New bold brought a suit to settle the dif ferences which was tried in the Met calfe circuit court last week and the decision reached was that Mr Newbold was the rightful ownca of the wholeI tract The impromptu entertainment given Thursday evening of the Institute was avery creditable affair The courtI house was well filled and the program rendered faultlessly The exercises were in the following order Recitation Miss Johnnie Meader Somerset song Miss Mabel Atkins addressI Prof T A Baker song LlnaI Rosenfield recitation Miss Pauline Cabellpan tomimci Miss Katie Mur ell song1IIIss Olive Walling Campbeils ville recitation Miss Nina Marcum song Miss Marv Grlssom r cltatlonI Miss Gertrude Grady After the en tertalnment several hours were spent by the young people insoclal converse The Lecture Poetry antI Pearls delivered in the courthouse on the evening of the 8thby Hon Alt Taylor- of Tennessee Was one of the finest productions ever beard in this part of the State It was the product of a powerful mitt the result of a thorough probing of agreatsubjectand throughout the whole theme an intelligent audience of 325 forgot the discomfort of the oppressive heat and followed the lecturer through Iris beautiful and enIchanting field of thought The sentiment was pure and elevating his logic penetrating and convincing His ar ralgnment of infidelity was powerful and his picture of the Christians faithI and virtues sublime To sum it all up and state it briefly it was a large bun die of literary Pearls bound together by the rarest flowers of the English language So far as we have heard the lecture was highly gratifying to the entire audience Prof M O Winfrey who taught the Adair county Institute and who has been for four years Superintendent of the graded schools at Stanford was elected last week Superintendent of the City School of Mlddlesboro Ky Prof Winfrey was notified of this fact while here At that time had not made up his mind as to whether he would accept or reject as he bad al ready been elected to succeed himself at Stanford but owing to the fact that Mlddlesboro is a thrifty city of 5000 population with llOOschool children four good school buildings with a pro gresslvc substantial growth the prob ability Is that he will accept there sponslblU tIcs and direct his energy and ability to the welfare of the educational Interest of that coming Mountain metropolis Prof Winfrey is well and favorably known in this scctiopand his work here was well received by the teaobers in this county I jT- PASSED OVER TIlE RIVER Last Thursday afternoon Mrs Rebecca Murrell wIre of John D Mur rell peacefully closed her eyes In deceased was 71 years and three months old to the day She was born In Todd county Ky becoming a resident of this community at the age o fourteen A few years after arriving in this county she became the wife of John D Murrell and from the date of their marriage until her death she re sided in Columbia She made a profession of religion in 1846 and connected herself with the Baptist church at this place and when her life work ended she was the oldest member of the present organization Several years ago she met with a stroke of paralysis and other intirma tives setting up medicine affording no relief she gradually declined until the end came Mrs Murrells maiden name was Hill She was a niece of William and Cbastlne Trabuc the former dying here and the latter at Frankfort The funeral services of the subject of this notice was held at the late resl dence Friday forenoon conducted by Revs W B Cave and W P Gordon a number of relatives and friends being presentTo bereaved husband and only offspring Mr W C Murrell this community extends its deepest sympa thy SERIOUS ACCIDENT Mr Ed Bryant who lives on Caseys Creek this county is now lying in a critical condition the result of an ac cidental gunshot wound received last Saturday He was at the creek a short distance from his residence and had taken a position in a tree and was engaged in shooting fish In moving the gun which carries a 56 cartridge was accidentally discharged the ball ploughing along the abdomen lodging in the right arm above the elbow The arm was fearfully shattered and amputation may be necessary Dr U L Taylor this place is the attending surgeon Mr Bryant is a good citizen and his nerghbors and friends generally are very anxious concerning him Mr J B Coffey of Columbia who called to buy a mule reached Mr Bryants house about the time the accident oc curred He is of the opinion that if the arm is not amputated it will be uselessA days before the above narrat ed accident another gentleman under took to load this same gun when the cartridge exploded almost destroying the sight of an eye and fearfully burn ing his face PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W S Dudgeon Pike Schoolhouse Z T Williams Creelsboro W H C Sandldge Union T Huffaker Ht Pleasant W P Gordon Cane Valley- T L Hulse Elroy L B Burton Pleasant VIew A H Baugh Pleasant Hill J P Vanhoy Tabor- J F Roach Red Lick J M Pall Pleasant Hill Taylor county J F Bar er Union Chapel Russell county W B Cave thlsCltyr s MARRIED Mr WB Stone of Bingham Carroll cdunty Mo Son of WmO Stone of Adair county was married to Miss FaviQ Stone daughter of Mr and Mrs S I H Stoneof Bogard Mo June 5 1002 E F Dawson the officiating Clergyman Mr Stone has a host of friends and relatives in Adair county who wish them a long happy prosper ous lIfe The contract for making the brick and putting up the walls of a large two srory brick business house forW F Jeffries Si Son has been let to Mr Hsoklns Campbellsville who is now making preparations to mould the brick Tie yard will be on a piece of ground on Greensburgroad belonging to Mr S D Barbee Messrs Jeffries are going to put up a handsome and convenient building which will add greatly to the appearance of the public square It will be eighty feet deep by thirty and will becompleted asqulck ly as possible Mr J W Haynes of the Montpelier country was in town lastweekand in conversation with a Newsman stated that he had just finished his clover that he sowed thirtyfive pounds of saplin clover seed on three acres of goodIand in January lOOi and cut therefrom twentyfive wagon loads big onesrof the bestc19ver bay he ever saw This proves that farmers should sow clover thick if they expect good returns FOR SALE An acre loton Greens burg street with good house and barn on same If you want a bargrin come at once JOHN HOPKINS Columbia Ky Mr J D Sharp Amandavlllej has placed a three =yearold RedSqulrreU filly in the hands of Coffey Bros for training It is said to be one of the finest animals in Mr Sharps sec Lion The blgest lot of bogglesever brought to Colombia 4EiM The Columbia Fair will have one of the best premium lists evw offered in this section Fix your stocks We are getting iua new lot of Boggles thatwe will sell cheap BEARD JACKMAN Next Saturday Dr Barg wllq e in Columbia v w f THE GflME WflS PLAYED fl Fight to flie Finish and the Score Stood 8 to 7 in SVILL6r The ball game between the Colum bia and Campbellsvllle teams in this town last Friday drew a large crowd and from start to finish it was in a high degree interesting This was the third meeting of the two teams this season and was for the purpose of de termining the champjonshlp as the previous encounters left this honor in doubt the Columbia boys winning in the first seven to five and the Camp bellsville boys had it in the second con test nine to eight This last game stood eight to seven in favor of the visiting bos and accordingly the championship is theirs It was a close gamea team against a team and while the boys from Campbells vllle won they had no easy time of it In the last inning dispute arose as to score made by Campbellsville and some were inclined to call the game a tie on the close of the inning but according to the umpires declson they were en titled to the score Good order pre vailed so far as we were able to learn but little guying and the conduct of both players and spectators is com mendable Mr S F White of this town umpired and but few protests were made against his decisions Rev S L Denton has done a plenty for the people of Sparksville this county He raised his wings and flew down upon that community several weeks ago and straightway the citi zens of that village were notified that he was a worker in his Masters vine yard was a man of much learning and that a college must be erected at once He had money with which to kindle fires all he wanted was a site for the building The lot was furnished and hands set to work to clear it off Rev Denton saying his money wouldcome in the way of a check in a few days Last week he informed the Sparksville people that he would come to Colum bia and get money to pay the hands He reached here but did not stop and of the people that he is now doing will be told by some of the upper county papers Mr P L Tyler of Virginia the able and courteous representative of the SUverleaf Nursery left last Monday for his home Mr Tyler has had a splendid trade this year doing most of the workin counties west of this The SUverleaf Nursery has gradually been built until it now supplies thousands of fruit trees in several of the South ern States and its reputation like Kentucky bourbon gets better by reason of ape Mr Tyler has many friends in this section as well as the strictly straight firm he represents Mr John W Bryant of Sano this county died of flux at Irvinf Store last Sunday He was about 65 years of age and leaves a wife and several child ren all of whom are grown Mr Bry ant was a good citizen and the father of Mr Walker Bryant who is well known in this community Sanders and Fox bought from J W Murray a span of sugar mules for 8335 and one from Todd for 8165 They also bought from Barbee Robertson 8 Co three head of cotton mules for 8565 WHAT KNOW ABOUT FLEXING Mr Editor It seems that my advice to Mr Mitchell was very timely as I have met several in fact about all the farmers I have met want to procure some of the stock I recommendedall except Fan Mercer and he makes more corn than he can use It takes a drouth to enable him toget rid of his surplus But then that Is another subject I may tell you more about later I Lavat had any real trouble in managing the agricultural part of mybusi- ness but predicting weather is dangerous let me tell you it is The next day after that article appeared Jas T Page asked me when it was going to lain I told him in about twenty four hours So Mr Page rushed off and hired all the help he could get and stacked his wheat a little wet and when the predicted rain failed to ma ter all e Mr Page came around hq ng me up with blood in his eye Jim told him he thought was up on top of the store taking observations and as It was very hot 1frP postponed our meeting but when he did meet me I had to explain that it was a part of my buSiness to make a false prediction ocr caslonally in order to rush the farmers up a little especially in harvest time We are living in a fas age The farm er can now get Instructions every day tree Of cost that enables him to do the right work at the right time He dont have to put in the whole winter months planning for the comingcop somebody else is doing teat for him Some morning justas the snow begins to melt he looks out and sees the fair weather flag announcing that he can now risk a little exercise out in the fields without danger from the ele ments and by the aid of the flags and bulletins he is guided day by day ttiroigEbnt the season He knows wbea it will rata hail frost and all he has to dogs to ttekte the soil and gath er iribtscropsvery simple but hard tOc4rry out SIM Ihave had control of In farmersbureau Jiere l find that the town tarsiers with about three quarters of an acre are tie greatest seekers attar information along agri cultural lines I suppose it because their life depends upon that patch of earth It has base a mystery to coun try folks for years to know how some people in town live I Ihiuk lean now throw some light on that subject It is what we scientists call intensive farming making a great amount on small area letting the crop grow up in the alrln tad of spreading itself out over the ground As an ample Manny Tutt owns a fine farm out on college hill where he raises pumpkins He was in to see me a few days ago to find out the proper time to stirk them You see he is on time and up to dale No doubt he will double his crop by this method Of course it dont matter where land is plentiful but herein town we have to use all our space We grow potatoes in the ground and the pumpkins np in the airsome sow and others reap Jim Page told me yesterday some one had been reaping his potatoes and he said he took great pains with that po tato patchworked it himself This subject of how town people live is enough for an article itself so I will pass on I went out to see Tobe Hurt a few days ago You know Tobe has been sick He is convalescent now and as the negro said that Is easily cured you may look for him to be out soon fn fact he was out the day I was there He was selling old iron at lOcper hundred to a colored gentleman from Louisville It wasnt the price of the iron Tobe was after he wanted to clean up the place Tohe is a great agriculturalist like myself sorter on the retired listbut then he knows farming by heart and thoroughly understands soil and its constituent parts He called my attention to the different kinds of soil on his farm A branch that flows through the place from West to East marks the dividing line between the red and white land and how the soil can change so quickly is a mystery Some old volcano in the misty ages of the past saw fit and proper to belch up limestone soil one day and soap stone the next and he laid the two side by side so thatrit Is a matter of take your choice and be happy for you cannot make a mistake It is hard to tell which is the more valuable Basset Hurt and myself have always been partial to the lime stone soil We thought it made more beans to the acre and Itmaydo so and as beans is our favorite crop limestone soil suits us best But since the ad vent of commercial fertilizers Silas Roy and Sol Royse have beat us raising wheat and perhaps equaled uson corn in fact have ruined the market for both these crops You see we once in time past sold these soapstone fellows their bread every Summer but that is no more Speaking of soil and its sud den changes reminds me of my own ex perience here at home Senator Nell and myself both have fine limestone land lying on the West side of the Greensburg road I purchased lime stone soil because I thought It the best but the load is the line between the limestone and the soapstone Just across the road our neighbor Butler Jones owns the poorest field of soap stone soil I ever saw The Senator and myself used to try to encourage Butler with his lot by telling him heada beautiful situation and good air etc but always steered clear of mention ing the character of soil and the like lihood thatsome day he would starve to death But the Senator and I have long since given up that we were wrong Butler raises more corn larger toma toes finer beans tatter pigs taller grass broom sedge more children than either of us in fact beats us all along the line and we too late have had to acknowledge the mistake we made But Buttler was reared on Brush creek in Green county where scientific farming was taught before the War I take off my hat every time to the fellow that combines scien tific ant practical farming To Butler I make my bQWfHoping we may have a good rain soon and be blessed with a bountiful narvest and a little cooler nights I close J NCoYFEY DUNBAR SCHOOL HOUSE Most of our farmers have finished laying by corn which is growing rap= idly since the late rains The present prospects indicate a heavy yield in many places Our people have worked steady and rode on the plow handles and as a consequence their crops are thrifty and clean The oat crop in this vicinity is har vested and while the yield will not be large there will be sufficient to supply the local demand The recent heavy rains did some damage to the hill fields but the ben efit derived by the growing crops will more than cover the damage in the fields The blackberry season is on and pick ers armed with palls and tin buckets are forming ranks in the fields and doing some lively skirmishing Mr Cave is trying the navy bean In dustry having planted seven acres which he thinks will make a handsome yield Mr John Henry Holladay the cham pion checker player and the best tIl- ler of the soil in this vicinity has a crop of standstill or low ear corn Every hog raiser should procure some of the seed this fall Mr J E Garnett has been appointed to the board of trustees for this school district vice Mr Murrell re signed Mr Leslie Willis of 08J2LkwUl open thejximtnon school rat this place on the 14th Charles Walker Lamar county Texas boy visited Tom Waggener last wcekIt reportedtiiat there is a moon shine joint not many muss away and I if reports are true the man who is running it Is supdosad to be In another State Funny things do happen and so does the unexpected Whpts the matter with the i fflcers and what are they paid for We havent heard of any cases of Summer complaint yet however theres something wrong Miss Jennie Garnett of Columbia visited Mrs J Scott several days recentlyMr A Garnett of the Zion C9m munity was In this locality one day last week and reported crops doing well in that interesting neighborhood Mr Wm Holladay of this vicinity who is taking a commercial course in Lexington will complete his course some time this month and return J E Garnett will leave in a few days for points in Oklahoma and Ne braska with a view to locating Judge James Garnett and daughter Miss Fanne visited Mr and Mrs J M Scott recently Mr Thos Dunbar one of our most substantial farmers is comtemplating investing a few thousand dollars in Western lands Expansion is an Amer ican policy and in most instances has proven a good one Mr Jas Naylor has the improve ment fever and will erect a nice large barn at an early day Mr John Henry Holladay will add two rooms to his dwelling some time Wm Holladay of the Zion com munity visited in this vicinity Sun day As is usual with Will there was a lady in the case but he took the wrong road and of course failed to see the onllest one Hog buyers have been plentiful here for several days but did not buy many hogs for to use a common expression they are almost as scarce as hens teeth KNOB LICK Willie Yates of Barren county will teach the school at this place Our Institute will convene at Ed monton next Monday conducted by Prof T C Cherry of Bowling Green C W Thompson of Edmonton is taking a rest in his cottage at Sulphur Bessie Marcum of Nashville Tenn is visiting her sister Mrs Mary Marcum at Cedar Bluff Miss Leona Freemaof Horse Cave and Miss Effle Montgomery of Ozark are visiting Misses Lettie and Minnie Do Cummings who has been visiting her sister Mrs C H Franklin of Hartsville Tenn has returned R H Barton who has been confined with typhoid fever has re sumed her place behind the counter of R H Barton S Co ready to wait upon her lady friends with the very latest dress goods Quite a large crowd assembled at the residence of Mr S D Johnson last Sunday it being Mrs Johnsons birthday It was quite a surprise to her Every one brought baskets filled with the best known to the culinary art and the table fairly groaned with good things Messrs L D Yates and D G Cummins have not been seen in this place since and it is thought by some of their friends that they are stored away in a dark room groaning under the same weight or are in some secluded spot standing themselves In the springbranch that they may be enabled to wear their sboeswith comfort f Mrs Sherman Cox and daugh ter are quite sick withtypholdfever- The of this place who DottendeCthemoonlIght party given by Mrs Willie Newberry report a nice time The moonlight partygiven by Miss es Lettie and Minnie Taylor in honor of their friends Misses Leona Freeman and Effie Montgomery was largely at youngladlesand all seemed to enjoy it very much ROLL1NQBURG Blackberries are scarce in this sec tion Oat harvests on hand and the crop is light A horse belonging to Mont Sullivan was badly wounded on a barbed wire fence several days ago Millard Workman of Fry was here last Sunday Ed Coffey sold four sheep to Ben Wilson for S8 George Poor of color is very low with consumption G H Wilson has moved to the Geo Martin farm The Misses Emma and Birdie Paxton visited at E E Coffeys Sunday night Born to the wife of S B Moore on July 2nd a girl To the wife of J D Cox on the 5th a girl S A McMahan sold a nice bunch of sheep to Ed Perkins at 8225 each it W Coffey and family of Jcffer sonville Ind moved to this place last week Ijiac Coffey wh6 has been at W P Pattersons for three months has gone Indiana Lot PxYon visited relatives atExle sickIast Sunda MM Sam Hudson who has been very is improving slorfly Archie Paxton buggy is sosraall that the writer thought he was acts ally riding an Automobile last Sunday FOR SALE A small farm containing about 41 acres within two miles of Columbia Good land new improvements splen did well in yard will sell cheap and on easy terms For further information call on or address T A Murrell agent Columbia Ky JiffGGrLYERY Wj are now selling our goods atpgreat reduction In order to close out the entire stock of Summer millinery Mus SALLIE BKADSIIAV Miss EFFIE BRADSHAW AH parties who are indebted to the News on subscriptions are requested to settle the same at an early day JAMESTOWN Lilburn Phelps is In Louisville School begun at this place last Mon MIss SallIe Patterson is vIslting her many friends in Columbia this week Mr and Mrs J H Stone visited relatives in Monticello last week vIsftingrelativesIn Mr Luther Phelps attended Alt Taylor lecture in Columbia Mr W M Smith who has been visiting the family of Rev A H Baugb has returned to his home in Jones wno has been visiting relatives in Columbia return ed home Wednesday Mr C L Phelps who has been at tending school at Berea returned home Thjrsday day wIth L O Phelps as teacher Miss Corinne Jones was quite sick last week Mr and Mrs A P Simpson and Mrs Nancy Elliott are visiting in Vigles of Burnsiae was In town last Saturday Mr Charlie Winfrey and family who have been visiting relatives at this place returned to their home in Somerset last w- eekStationary Blank Books Writing Paper Envelops Pens Pencils Tablets andrSchool Crayonsx at Frank Sinclairs H r m Armstrongenti nimble IRuaatH Spring fs tone B tat to 5 p fl 1500 A 1500 PHOTOGRAPH OUTFIT Consisting of one 5x8 Champion Camera Lens and Tripod one complete r Developing Outfit one complete Tnoing and Finishing outfit all for 1500 We seep everything the lino of Photographic Supplies Send for catalogue of our goods W D Gatchel Sons 412 W Jefferson Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Bells Restaurant Lebanon Ku Frank Ben Proprietor OMeals served at ill hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell is the successor of James Bell REMEMBER 0 rThat 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 HUBBB 3JEWELERHS 712 W Market St Louisville Ky YETINERY SORfiEON Fistulo Pollevil splints spavlo or any surglcal work done at falrprlcea Iguarantee satisfaction T ana fixed to take care of stockS SHAW- aj mile Item ColasrtlMDU4iwlt et t d J i i ti r icpiatcrops are looking a great deal bet ter Miss Lizzie Gentry who has been sick for the last three weeks is much better Mr J H Stephens and wife of this place are visiting friends in GlasgowraSam Bryant made a business trip to Columbia Friday Returning he stopped and fished catching 10 pound cat fish The people of this viciuity report a fine time at the celebration at the Russell Springs Messrs James and Luther Bai ley have returned from Pleasant Plain DECATUR The drouth has at last been broken by bountiful rains and everything looks welltMrs G W Brown has been on the puny list for a fews days 0 W Tarter of Owensville Ind is visiting friends in thi neighborhood at present John Riggins had a mare kilie by lightning a few nights ago A large crowd attended the singing here the last Sunday in June The infant child of Mr and Mrs Jas Luttrell died a few days ago after a short illness The interment was in Luttrellcemenery Cy Wade and J K Butcher this place have bought the Love sawmill and will soon have same in operation at this place TO AUWART In the recent selection of Jame- S Clarkson for the Surveyor of the Port of New York the Presi dent gained as a political lienten ant the one man who is sand to be abler than Hanna in securing and controlling the votes of the South ern delegates to a RepublicauNa tional Convention On the ther side is the declaration of Congressman McClellan of New York that if the R publi can National Convention were held now Mark Hanna would be uomi nated for the pres iSency It is apparent that politicians are frank believers in ZluexistingI rivalry between the President and the Ohio Senator and that Mr Roosevelt is getting his forces in line for 1004IThus far Mr Hanna has voic ed only a faint protest to the ef feet1 that he must not be consid eredfdr the presidential nomina tion At the same time there an organized movement with headquarters in Washington to boom Hanna the influence of which has been felt by more than one Republican State Convention No one doubts that Mr Roosevelt is earnestly desirous of the nomination for President and that administration influence will be used ta secure the nomination The situation seems to grow in creaBingly indicotive of the Iikeli hood of Hanna and Roosevelt be lug opposing candidates for the Republican presidential nomina tion in 1004 On Sundays the 20th of June two men Richard L Luttrell and and his brother George F attackt ed Doogen Roy a boy of sixteen Years at Bethany at a singing and cut him seriously with knives They were both on him atonce inbothsaved his life George F Luttrell was shot in the lower part of the saWomenthigh Ail are seriously wounded but their recovery is pos9ibleJ sThereother members of the Roy famil and the Luttrell boy but this bo R bad never harmed either of these fellows The Chicago Chronicle whichIJ keeps tab ouPpnrth of July accidents says of them With many cities to hear from the total dead outside of Chicago is 14 and the injured 1542 whi1thelossof properLy by fire reached 67469 Including Chicago thy list is 17 dead and 1692 injured The death list last year was 19 and the injured 1011 Many of the injured died later as tbewoBiTdB caused by gunpower frequently do not become serious until some days after they are inflicted The toy pistol Bud tks cannon crack jer as usual were r8llpOIiblfo the greater part of the injuries but every variety of fire works had itashara iatka c1edlyworku J L J y7Yv Tin IIKAIC- Wtifii Ur J ihn tin illit Ii riot Is the last rcfime of a scoun drel he deslrtcl to coatis the Idea that the fcOtllldrd fit ds ill other arguments and apol gies taken from him and falls back on patriotism for want of something else to talk about Scoundrels are not the only people destitute of argument who take this as Is illustrated by the obser tions of Senator Fairbanks dislike the enemy who fires upon the soldiers wearing the uniforms of the United States Infinitely mote respect for the one who fires from the tront than the one who fires from the rear This catchy expression is not original with Senator Fairbanks and the same line of argument is being gener ally followed by republican politicians And yet there Is not one of them who would dare to take the position which these words Implythat a man who wears the uniform and docs unworthy of the uniform must not be criticised because he wore a uniform when he offended That is what the proposition means and in its idiotics to admit of Ifit legiti mate there would never have been a edf insulting the uniform The recorded facts arc that when the stories of torture and barbarity were first told Senator Fairbanks and other republicans hastened to deny them They all championed Secretary Rot when he rebuked General Miles for saying that the war had been con ducted with marked severity and questioned the official sports of th cruelties When the stories w proved to be true Senator Fairbaqk and other republican leader expressed bs punished if found guilty Orders for court martialing General Smith and others were sent out at once But when Smith admitted all the facts and pleaded that he was obeying order Senator Fairbanks and other republicans began protesting against firing from the rear It Is indeed a last refuge for there c in be no apology tor torture or bar barity from any standpoint of civHi zitlon or Christianity or humanity Torture fs torture no matter who commits it and no matter for who purpose Yet its perpetrators usually sees to justify themselves by devotion to some bighcouse The torturers of the Inquisition resorted to it to save mens souls But it is unnecessary to consider such defenses Torture is prohibited expressly by our rules of warby general orders No IpD An soldier who Indulges in it orders fndianapoils Sent nab The interminable Canal question seems now to be settled but quite dit ferentfromwhat was predicted and confidently expected The house last week although it had passed the Nicaragua bill several months ago con eluded not to block further legislation on this important matter and agreed to the amended Panama bill as passed by the Senate The PaQ marout i now the one to be sqiectedtortbe in tereroceanic canal with a lot of Its at Cached which must be removed to the satisfaction of President Roosevelt to whom the matter is referred for final settlement IFis still possible the the President may discover that the Panama Companys offer is to too clouded with legal difficulties to besot e accept In that Instance the Presi ident is authorized to decide on the Nicaragua route Among Llncolnscallersone morning 62 was a stranger Seeking both per sonal and official assistance from the president and who brought with him letters lauding hU loyalty that bore the signature of a formsr govern r of Maryland Lincoln received th with some warmth that ova thye conyt the signature must have been forges for the reason that the Marylander mentioned had been dead several year The stringer shoved guilt in every feature but Lincoln suffused with that pity for the luckless that was ever his cheerily observed Oh never mind thatnever mind it This Isfar more interesting I had rather ta litter from a dead man than from a live one any day Wlththe mercdry In the Kentucky thermometers pointing close to the 100 mark it Is refreshing to read h at Evanston Wyoming snow has been falling for twentyfour hours and in the mouutalult lies on the ground to the depth of three to six inches Weather contrasts like these help straw the blgneiS of this country aud its great versatility of climated s 5 i f Y rTtLAND For Tax of 1898 1899 1900 and 1901 On Monday August 4 1002 It being county court diy I will expose for sale to the highest bidder at tbe courthouse door in Columbia Ky for cash in hand to pay the State Revenue and county levy taxes for the years 1898 1899 1000 1001 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 Gadberrjs heirs 248 acres joins J M Williams for years 1899 1900 and 1901 tax and cost 20 DISTRICT No3 t Bell Morgan 440 acres joins Ed nadley roryears18991900 and 1901 tax and cost 20 03 Sy19001901 tax and cost13Geo EDiorrtsan25acresjoins- Wm Shearer for years 189J 1800 tax and cost 2 45 Luther Polston NB 29 acres joins Lee Williams for 1901 tax and cost 1 Willis Spencer 50 acres joins Gco Curry for years 189S99 19001901 tax and cost 8 50 DISTUICT N04 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 Furkin for years 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 2 45 Mary J Coomer 100 acres E D Calmer for year 1898 tax and cost 2 10 Mont Dyer 23 acres joins Ben Wheat for year 1898 tax and 3eo J J Jesse for year 1901 tax and cost 2 15 Sallie Looney 112 acres joins j M James for year 1899 tax and cost 3 10 J W Lewis N R 130 acres joins John Boyse for years 18991900 1901 tax and cost 7 0 Susie Marrs 112 acres joins J M Traylor for years 189899 1900 1901 tax and cost 8 85 JiVG McKlnney 80 acres joins Sjotts for year 1901tax and cost 2 66 Margaret Walker N11 75 acres joins Elbert Harrison for years 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 2 80 Mary Wheeler 103 acres joins Cattle Yarberry for year1900 3t05 joins Frank Wheeler for yrs 1900 1901 tax and cost 3 25 DISTRICT No5 Wm Bennett 45 acres joins Tom Shirley for years 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 5 5 W D Rucker NB 130 acres joins J B Tutt for yrs 1899 1901 tax and cost 16 jojasstax and cost 7 00 Richard Taylor 15 acres joins Bob Groves for yrs 189V99 1900 tax and cost 845 DISTRICT No6 A H Judd 8 acres joins F W Bice for yrs 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 3726 Geo 0 Miller 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for yr 1898 8 85 John Philips N B 1 acre joins John Cofer for year of i 10001901 tax and cost 165 J H Rife N R12 acres joins J H Smith for year 1900 tax and cost I 75 DISTRICT NO COLORED Mary C Knjfley 97 acres joins JWy White for years 1899 Tt50 DIST NO6 COLORED Emily Anderson 1 acre joins B Calllson for yrs 189899 tax and costJZJune Groves 42 acres joins Jo Smith for 1901 tax and cost 5 Ed Johnson 1 town lot in Cane Valley Ky for yrs 189899 1900 1901 tax and cost 7 Henry 0 Johnson Mown lotin in Cane Valley Ky foryears 1899 1900 tax and cost 7 BayseJobnsotl 1 town lot InrCane Valley Ky for years 19001901 tax and cost 5 35 Porter Johnson l town lot in ande 3sa as- Joins Nelson Bridgewater for yrs 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 0 12 Henry Smith 1 town lot in yearsrtax and cost 8 45 v Frank Vitughan 1 tows lot in Cane Valley Ky for year 1901 tax and cost 3 25 DIsTNo7 ti J H Breeding 30 acres joins Ed Breeding for year 1901 tax and aost 1 80 Isenburg Bros 1 town lot In Cup lumbla Ky foryrs Id000l tax and cost 18 77of Phillip Bros 5 acres jliasJ atTraylorforyear 1901 tax aadw 1 Lucinda Wilson 40vacfc8 joins f B Wilson forjTS ISOSDD 19001901 tax sad oast 9 30 COWU JDrXi1 scres3oinatoy sad cost 3 10 Grecs Bailey 2 acres joiosJ 3 T IW iKyrs 1900 1K ax aiiiriitt 7 20 ttrowu Epperson 1 acre joins Lewis Campbell for yrs 1898 1899 1900 tx and cost 75 Martha Frazer 9 acres joins Kate Hughes for yrs 1898 1899 190fli 1901 tax and cost 2 35 Delpnia M Hunter 21 acres joins P H Jackman for 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 4 35 Llnnie Miller 1 acre joins Aa ron Cravens for yrs 1898 1899 1900 1901 tax and cost 2 55 Emillne Williams 2 acres joinsnP H Jackman for yrs 1899 tax and cost 2 55 AU other parties who have not paid their taxes should take warning from this notice I am determined to lect all that isdtu me at once J W llURT Late Sheriff MEDICL MEETING Program and order of bushes of the Russell Springs Medical to be rendered at Russell Aug 7 and 8 1902 1Called to order by President W R Griesom M D Columbia Ky Prayer ly Eldr Z T Williams or Tutu UnirakT Address of Welcome by Rep jrts of Committees the Sec taints and Treasurer election o new members Payment of dnes and electing officers for 1903 Clinic hour New or miscellaneous business Appointing a committee on ar rangements and program for 1902 Origin of Medical Science Wm Blar M D Glensfork Ky R D Hovious M D Russell Springs subject not given treatment of t W R Grissom PDTiolumbia Ky Treatment of typhoid fever L F Hammond M D Danuville KyRadioGrophy and Radio Ther 5opy J B Kinnaird M D Lancaster Ky Insolation A Vo Heathery D Russell Springs Ky Singultns J S Rowe M D Jamestown Ky The Passing of the Historical old McDowell Building at Danville W L Lowder M D Mc Kinney Ky at night Can the General Practice of Ob stetics be Improved J T Wesley M D Middleburg Ky Report of cases A W Cain M D Somerset Ky Where are we at U L Tay 2tor Columbia Ky Mamary Acess Etiology and Treatment Bertie R Carpenter M D Hnstouville Ky 0 D Moore M DOane Val ley subject not given What must the country doctor do with his surgical cases Geo M Reddish M D Somerset Medical jurisprudence or Foren sic medicine Col Tom Hill Stan ford Response J G Carpenter Stan ford v W T Green M D Humphrey subject not given Progress of medicine Steele Bailey Stanford J 0 Barker M D subject not given f LS Wesley M D Lancaster subject not given Earl opera tion for appendlciti from a pathological standpoint Verified Also Fallicnlar urethra tie Urinary infiltrationand strict 10ate of urethra and grafting of de calsified oxbone JG Carpenter GOClimatic treatment for consump tionS GCain M D PeDdle tbnville Texas 9flints and donts to parents atjout the home treatment and cara of the baby including itch thrush ivesetc etc J B KyoMilitary Governor Woodis also scandalmixedin a very disgraceful way It appears that there wag considerable rivalry between the wives of Wood and Rathbone as to social leader ship The Cuban people inclined toyMrs Rathbone and thisto Mrs Wood was an unpardonable sin Wood very naturally espoused the caule of his wifo and the claim is made that Wood persecuted aq prosecuted Rathbone because th wifo of the latter eclipsed the wife the former in the social king rigidroG50 have figured so cODepipuo and discreditablyn Cuban Rffui there would be some yey interest iug developmeiTts But all of the facts in connection with the scan dalawill never see the light 4- JII SOle iiip it lf is tJi Ipullicau ntilinualura u n i zii t i on uinlyr the control of the trusts that the people havo ceased to pxp cb any action from the party looking toward relief from thy evils of trnstism It seems to be taken for granted that the party will in variably be found on the side of the trusts and this view of toe situation is so common that little comment is voiced as its sound ess receives confirmation in dai ly development This does not not mean however that the peo pIe are indifferent It means simply that they have made up their minds what to do and are merely awaiting the proper oppor unity That opportunity will come at the polls this year and two years hones at which times the Republican people are still su prams in American government St Louis Republican Matthew Ingram white aged 17 who resided In the vicinity of Burgin was run down and killed by a Cincinnati Southern fast freight two miles south of that pace Ingram wasp ftie deaf and failed to hear the ap proaching train Eis body was torn to pieces scraps of his person being gathered up for some distance along the track Under the guidance of a managing wife even a sck busbandtnay be turn ed to good account The excellent work of the IIcnrycounty mm who hatched a nice lot of chickens while abed stricken with fever will serve a printer There are Some bubands in the bloom wouldIuting to the family expenses Taken up3s stray List Thursday a strange mare came to our farm It is a bay animal about eight years old The owner can have her by calling and paying for her keeping and the pub TaylorM LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY a1oU St Qly u1S ST EST DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN e Syftne and St1 Louis Parlor Cars on Day Trains iullrnan Buffet Sleepers on fIIghUralns irri ca end luglirr lformxtiop address LJIRWIN CPAl- oursvrtt KY HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong- woman A haggard taco tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses lencorrhcca and falling of tho womb result from overwork remedytokeep her sensitive female organs In perfect condition WIHE OF CARDUI ofAmericanMrs Jones and that is why sheI lettereOlendeuio Ky Feb U CardenIaLUTe felt tar years I am dolag my owe work wIthout pad Iwaaked last week tad waaaeL nap bit tired That chows that tbo Wine U doing mo good I am reMiftr 8e hlor gtVlae butrathe car ftieuxo Jore aieo AT BRVGGISTS i4e likras 11 17IsI r t P iiaiefCo IRegea tee t k t GCOGGGGGGGaJ00000 OOC 0 FIFTH ASlENU HOTEL0G rF3ik gJ FiFTH STREETS 0O LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY yYQ Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A FIrstclnss Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail 0 Districts Churches and Theatres G Pike Campbell A o St Clair Ass 0G0THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS G 100 Per Year I THE COURIERJOURNAL 100 Per Year I It NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL f 150 PER YEAR G 0 Subscribe anb keep poatefc on tbe current 0- J bappeninoa of tbe oaij ttbe News Gtfice can Q not be excelleb in neat job work 0 i i RUSSEULksPRIIWS J4OTEli RUSSIA 5PVN1i KY a ffIs open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious Ibuilding as the picture indicites and Is run first class In every particular 333 tit VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop PATTERSON HOTELr I JKTUieSTOlfliN KV Lr5No better place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times suppliedwIth tho best the market affords Feed Stable in connectionJ fN Bartletts AntiPain Tablues Does Cure all Pains SEE THEM C03IINGK In the procession are Hen ot bus ness Women of leisure Children of rich and poor They have dyspepsia Insomonla headache toothache nor vows prostration and what not And they know where to get Relief Drop by Drop the Life Booi ebbs and fl jws on this depends yofcr existence How important then that you have rich red blood that health and happiness may be your portion Build up your system and fortify your Constitution By Using Bartletts Challenge Tonic Bitters c Never the like before offered Sold on its quality Every purchaser has praised them Prepared by A T BartlettICane ValleyK Kentucky Union Hotel and Restaurant J F BROW Proprietor 237 and 239 Seventh Avenue East Side Between Miiu and Market one square from Union Dept Oars From Union Station Pass the Door Louisville Kentucky R T E3TON W BWALTON MAN aEK CEKRX MURRBLL HOTEL GLASGOW KY j 0o publip square opposite XDourtHouae Newly furnished Rot and cold water eleotric lights Headquarters for traveling menTa = ble firstclass PLENTY OF SAriPLE ROOMS V GiG1SGI0SYwki t