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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y f I L 4 7 r 7 Rn I j c E ADAIR OtNTYy NWS c i1E COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY FENES iA NOVEMBER 12 1902 NUMBER 1 DIRECTORY er 700 a m to 830 pm- mECTOBY e ses ioni a year Third d Monday In May and ber ones ey NHWV Aaron ey t Mon ayin each month sGtrnettJr ver ton 7arree Jones sell rcouit second Monday In e- rrMoattrp Coy UBCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN TRev pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayichoolat a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BcnrsvHXH E Metcalfe pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayichool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GMBRIBUBO Snuuz Bev W B lstor Services third Sunday beach month 3anday6chol every Sabbath at a m Prayer aeetlng Tuesday night OHBISTIAK PirnEld Z T Wllllami Pastor Services Writ Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No P and A MRegu jtr meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month Jas Garnett Jr WM G A Secy R A No7 meets Friday night alter full H P W Secretary fir CGI 35 Armstrong 2 enti0t tic Zuitbing Russell Springs ttt 1mtEcc Done B tat to 5 p fll Jooccoccaooococ- t fC S GRADY f DENTIST given to 10and Bridge I S o Russell MurrellsStore Columbia Ky Farinefe Farmers I I I I am prepared to take your 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 at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD PARSON MOSS CO J BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERSV t We are prepared to do 4any kind of work in lOur line in firstclass order We have been In the business for 25 years and f know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give f Shop near Columbia Mill Co B6I1shebanon Ku FranK Ben Proppletor 0r WHeals served at all hours and thet i trade of Adair and adjoining counties jsolioited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell Is the successor oit James Bell C Jobn F Neat with OTTER cf CO WHOLESALE fcnOCERSaDdCOMMISSION NW2I4 to22eSlxtb St Im1lv111E KeatmHcy D i tti 1 f4 fllmost fiGIcan SWil p Kentucky Democrats Went After the Republicans in their Md Time Form f FOUR DEMOCRATIC APPELLATE JUDGES Ten Democrats Elected to Congress and the Majority Greatly Reduced in Repub lican Eleventh DOUBTFUL DISTRICTS REDEEMED Rhea Has a Majority of About One Thousand in the Third andKehoe Has About Two Thousand in the Ninth GUEFJ SNOWED UNDER BY 2000 The Courier Journal the morning after the election contained tbe fol Kentucky Democrats scored a pplendld victory in yesterdays election The four Democratic nominees for Appellate Judge Nunn Settle Barker and Paynter were elected by Handsome majorities ana the Demo crats elected ten of the eleven Con gressmen and reduced the majority of Representative Borelng in the Elev enth District The results in the so called doubtful districts were surpris ing to Democrats and Republicans alike Rhea winning in the Third by about 1000 and Kehoe in the Ninth by about 2000 In the Second appel late district which was considered close Judge Settle claims his majority will not fall below 1800 Judge Payn ter has scored a record breaking ma jority in the Sixth appellate district 259 precincts out of 289 with the vote of Lewis county estimated giving him a majority of 3880 In Louisville Barker and Sherley show up with large majorities and in tbe normally Dem ocratic districts the majorities exceed those of previous years in every in stance where there was anything like a fight by tbe Republican candidates The Democrats won a complete and decisive victory in the Fifth Kentucky congressional district With one precinct missing Swager Sherley was elected to Congress over HS Irwin by aplurality of 2047 Henry S Barker to the Appellate bench beer George DuRelleby 1232 Thomas R Gordon for Circuit Judge over George Wels singer Smith by 2752 and Upton W MuirCircuitJndge over R CKinkead by 2481 All bu tone of the Demo cratic candidates for School Trustee were elected The bond issu failed to carry The Appellate Judges elected are as follows 1st DlstTT NunnrDemMadl sonville i 2d DistW E Settle Dem Bowl ing Green 4th Dist Henry S Barker Dem Louisville r 6th DlstT H Payqter Dam Greed p The Congressmen elected are as fof lowsYuibrkMii titVI dti i jit i J W ifJi i i t t 2d DlstA O Stanberry Dem Henderson3d John S Rhea Dem Rus sell vllle 4th DlstD H Smith DemjHod genville r 5th Dist Swager Sherley Dem Louisville 6th DlstD Linn Gooch Dem Covington7th South Trimble Dem Frankfort 8th Dl tG G GIlbert Dem Shel byvilleS9th DlstJ N KehpeDem Mays yule 10th DistF A Hopkins Dem Prestonburg11th Vincent Borelng Rep returns indicate that Odell has carried New York State for Gov ernor by 10000 plurality Color however does not concede the election of his Republican opponent and inti mates that fraud has been committed in counting the vote outside of Greater New York Indiana is Republican by something over 25000 There is no change in the political complexion of the congressional delegation in that State It seems certain that a Mormon apostle will be elected United States Senator by the Republican Legislature otUtah Former Gov Boles was der feated for Congress in Speaker Hen derson a district In Iowa OncR pub lIean was elected in Virginia Chairman Griggs still Claims the election of a Democratic House by 12 majority The Republicans claim the House by at least thirty VOTE OF ADAIB COUNTY But little interest was manifes ted here in the election and a very light Vote was polled The county however has given its usual Republican majority the Re publicans voting much better than the Democrats The following is the yote of tlecounty by precincts East Columbia Uorfcuug 80 Harrison lOOjjStonej 18 Nest Columbia Bore ul 88 Harrison 57j Stone 7 v Qrdy vllle Boreing 190 Har j6ijso one Vail 1Mi14J Iarj eo 4t y Zt A i fi1f 7 f y- r30 GlenYiIle Boreing 62 Earn ion 65 Stone 10 Harmony Boreing 88 Earn son 86 Stone 2 Knifley Boreing 67 Harrison 25 Stone 8 Elroy Boreing Harrison 59 Stone 7iPellyton Boreing 28 Harri son 81 j Stone 2 Keltner Boreing 59 Harrison 8 Stone9 White Oak Boreing 95 HarrU son 44 Stone 2 Little Cake Boreing 59 Harrison 28 Stone 6 Milltown Boreing 55 Harrison 87 Stone 4 Boreing 968 Harrison 592 Boreings maj over H 870 Votes received by Stone 90 CHOLERA AND PLAGUE The fearful ravages of the bu bdnio plague and cholera are evident from the official report of the marine hospital service In the Philippine islands the chief quarantine officer estimates that there have been since March 20th 75000 deaths In Japan there have been 5000 casesof cholera and 2000 deaths In China there have already been 40000 deaths with cholera epidemic in sixteen cities and provinces and the death rate 8000 per day in Shamyang Hsien In Egypt there are 1557 infect ed localities while during the week ending September 15 there were 9405 attacks and 8278 deaths Of the 28520 cases of cholera reported in Egypt between July 15 and August 15 23884 were fatal The disease has at tacked the white population and appears to be almost as fatal as among the natives Quarantine authorities are making the most strenuous endeavors to prevent the introduction of dis ease into Europe and America and have so far been practically suc- cessfulGlasgowTimes THE PASTORS RESIGNATION A certain minister ina certain flock took permanent lj ye of his congregation in the following mannerBrothers and Sisters I ojme to say goodbye I dont think God loves this church because none of you ever die I dont think you love each other because I never marry any of you I dont think you love me because you have not paid my salary Your donations are moldy fruit and wormy apples and by their fruits ye shall know them Brothers I am going away to a better place I have been called to be chaplain of a penitentiary Where I go ye can not come but I go to prepare a place for you and may the Lord have mercy on your souls Good bye According to the weather prog nosticator November is to be a disagreeable month Heavyrain fall changing to sleet and snow and intermitten cold waves will visit Kentucky during the month of November with big rises in the rivers during the month and in December sevenItheir beds alter a night drinkingat saloons near the soldiers home at Marlon Ind Believing that drugs have been placed in the liquor ape tition Is now being circulated among tha 2600 members of the home to re fran from drinking for 90 days Over 1200 members baresigned the pe titian A man named Tutt Is the constant bodyguard of Miss Helen Gould ode of bis special functions Is tor keep ko dak frleqds from taking pictures Miss Gould During his long service he has been arrested several times for smashing Cameras but NEss Gould of coarse always gets him out of the trouble He is a giant in statue and weight Mr Ltnoey McDonald and Miss Mignon Owens and Mr William Foster and HiM Clara W Comingb of JSpyle county eloped tot JelHco TeBBj ad Ksrewrt r id The brldift are aged 17 t d IS years ietpeOWve1tl wit the 9 11Aa1lMysill l r j i Ji I NOTJpE fo All parties owing the estate otJ PIerce Dohoney byiBote or account will please come forward and settle the same at once This mutter must be closed at once J W HURT admr A GOOD FARM POR SALE I will sell my farm known as theE P Waggener farm situated 2J miles from Columbia on the Stanford road and Sulphur creek 265 acres This farm Is well Improved It is one of the best watered farms in the coupty and is in a good community Seventy acres in timber the rest in cultivation Address F B WAQGENEU Columbia Ky ATJt BARGAIN second hand saw mill 1 ten horse power engine ten horse power portable engine and boiler 1 twelve horse power engine and boiler mounted JOS H CHANDLER Campbellsville Ky FOR SALEone hundred acres of land about six miles east of Columbia One milefrom Stanford road from two to three hundred dollars worth of timber Reasonable terms For any information apply to J S Breeding Eunice Ky or Ona Breeding Vester Ky FOR SALE9 acres of land and a good dwelling 2 miles from Columbia Good spring near house Will sell cheap W L WALKER ihave 20 hogs from 125 to 150 pounds and 15 weighing 40 pounds for sale Call on W C Grider Son Esto 1 have nine mules five mares and four horses 15 hands high fat for sale 0 H Campbell Creelsboro Ky The Connecticut Mutual Life InsurI surance Company pays Its policy hold ersa dividend annually Your premium gets less every year It is an economical company selecting only safe risks making every dollar placed with the company secure It pays its agents less commission than any other relia ble company thereby using alarge portion of its savings for the policy holder It does not write tontine icsur ance If you would like to buy a poli cy in this old popular and reliable company seeJEMurrellS- trayed from my premises three weeks ago a brown Jersey cow three years old with small white spot close to horn hind legs have scars on them She has a bell on tied with a rope Any information will be thankfully receiv ed Tom McClure coh It is sometimes asserted that cattle and sheep require the sane amount of feed per thousand pounds of live weight This statement seems not to be well founded In some experiments at the Iowa Station the cattle con sumed 196 pounds of dry matter per thousand pounds of live welghtaW st- an average of 2907 by sheep Both sheep and cattle were on full feed The sheep made a daily gain of 575 pounds per thousand pounds of lire weight and the cattle 214 In sum ming up this comparison wo find that while the sheep ate 48 per cent more thanthe cattle they also gained nearly 75 per cent more LOUISVILLE iENDERjON STo LOUIS RV IJ roa 0r4U QUjS- y Tt DOUBLE AIYlRAtU BKTWBEN lJulisvill StJ S Parlr Cars DayTrala- auici sl Sis rse iei gna fWeDrasiesrau =r 7L J INIHI1VILLI f Jl Fi ir t Newly Furnished American Plan 100 Per Day NIG Boslers HotelMERLES 25c NIG BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited StreetLouisvJ11 Kentuci THE J 0CO+ INCORPORATED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS I- NCIRPETSLace Curtains Portieres Linoleums BJattingsOil Cloths Rugs c SOUTHWEST CORVEJR BROOK and MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY flre YOU GOinUW6St THE Henderson Route IS NAMING Extreme Cheap Rates t TO WEST AND NORTHWEST TO ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA If you are interested and want further Information address GEO GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Passenger Agent Genl Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY E V Miller Crocus Ky It WITH JI Sadi Boot and Sho Company No 33 West Pearl Street Cincinnati Ohio Solicits the trade of the merchants in Southern Kne tucky Complete line of samples carried and satisfaction guaranteed CHAS E SENGr DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY C ALSO SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE TESTING OP EYES AND GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED 306 E Market St Bet Floyd Preston- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY IUS Watches Clocks andJewelry Repaired WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS EETILIZERS i- r We have just made arrangements with the biggest Fertilizer Manufacturing Co in America whereby we are able to offer 125 FERTILIZER AT S1 oo 115 90 100 80 Buggies and Wagons i Buggies Surreysandull kinds ofve JijclesatlwpricesVagoAat bid price t no advance Come and see tis or vrite Ul dsJrt ui e BroatF 1 r- Gr J Eentu ki j t ti fi1t1 l 1 i iStif t t flmADliBCODmm- Published EYIrJ Wi DY THE Jdair oUIltyN8WSgO lINCOW POZA TED CBA8 8 HARRIS Editor J Democratic newspaper deTOted to the Inter csti of the city of Columbia and tie people 0i Adair and adjacent counties toil1clasmall WED NOVEMBER 12- ANNOiJNCEbIENTS For State Treasurer We are authorized to announce II II HEN MNGEK Wayne county a candidate for the office of State Treasurer subject to the action odthe Democratic party The next house will be Republi can by about thirty majority A Union Station to cost 500 000 will be built at El Paso Tex as Congressmanelsot Swag r Sher le as selected Mr John D Wake fild for his secretary The Medal of Honor Legion composed of Civil War veterans t is in session in Philadelphia Lily Duuton a singer of Bos ton Mass died suddenly in a hos I pital at Brescia Lombardy pThe friends of Hon W J Stone of Missouri will push him for the Democratic Presidential nomina tion Judge John H Baker of the U S District Court of Indiana has sent his resignation to the Presi dent The safe in the postoffice at ClcverIand Ind was blown open by masked robbers and everything of value taken W H Bailey formerly jailer w of Jefferson county and one of the best known politicians in Lou isville died last Saturday morning at his late residence East Broadway k The Chicago Tribune says Gro ver Cleveland will not pay any at tention to what Colonels Watter sonand Bryan write about him In that event he will miss a good deal of mighty interesting read ingGot a million and lost a hus band John McCormiok Gibson of Cincinnati made a will leaving that sum to Miss Henrietta Wolfe his intended bride He married her on his death bed last Saturday at AshveiJle N 0and died in a few minute A negro woman was placed in one of the public schools in Chi cago last Friday to teach white children The children went out in mass declaring that no negro t could teach them The police un dertook to quiet them and made matters worse Many of the leading Democrats of the country think that it will be advantageous to their party for the Republicans to have the ma jority in the next House The Presidsntial contest is coming in 1904 and a little wrong doing now will mean lots The indications are that Bruce Head will recover and thaj Dr Duncan will be admitted to bail this week The cause for the shooting has not yet been given to the public though it is gener ally believed thero is a woman in the case- S y r1IfrWatterson is out for Sena jY tor Gorman for the Presidency and from the way he writes he + certainly believes that gentleman who can lead ther yDemocratic party to viotory lThor is no discount on Mr Gor mans Democracy He has al- waysJ been true to his convictions t and would doubtless be the man were he living in the north The time has not yet or ein cur f udgmontto ngminata aSOuthern nan for the Proeidency Justwho I wollbs our leader at this date u hard to tell but spaae individual vfcOliM been iwping a used IIOiW1 trilleF preeeatly sand w r ir Yetke eostrylikeaatorln- L t i f t Vacancies for pircmit judge were caused by the election in the Fourth Eighth and 8Qfeh judicial districts Judges T J Nunn W E Settle and Henry S Barker Those most prominently mention ed this early for the appointments are Hon Polk Laffoon of Mad i sonville to succeed Judge Nunn Hon W B Bradburn of Bowl ing Green to succeed Judge Set tIe and Hon Asher G Car nth of Louisville to succeed Judge Bar ker The Democrats did not carry New York nor Indiana and the Democracy in this part of the country was not surprised The machine in New York State was well oiled and had Color received fifty thousand majority his defeat would have been declared VanI Wick was robbed in the same State of thousands of votes and until the machine is busted the stealing will continue While the two above States wore lost to the party we reeeived enough glory in Kentucky to last several years Frank Campbell Chairman of the New York Democratic State Committee admits that Odells majority on the face of the returns is 9122 but he says there was no end to the frauds perpetrated by the Republicans outside of Great er New York that in many districts the ballots were burned im mediately after the count was made Mr Coler does not admit that he was defeated and there is strong talk of a contest President Roosevelt will reach Louisville tonight and will be en tertained in old Kentucky style In company with the President will be Stuyvesant Fish President of the Illinois Central railroad From Louisville they go South on a bearhunting expedition Judge T R McBeath of Gray son county who was a Circuit Judge for twentyfour years will be an applicant for the position of official reporter of the Court of Appeals Tariff revision sentiment is growing and to gain this end the Western Republicans may com bine on Mr Babcook for Speaker Judge Guffy announces that the present Court of Appeals pass on the appealed oases of Caleb Pow ers and Jim Howard Indiana school teachers are in annual session at Indianapolis KNIFLEY Mr Mont Murrell of Bliss was here WednesdayA meeting will begin here the third Sunday in this month Several of our citizens attended county court at Columbia The election was almost forgotten in this district M H Judd of near Columbia visi ted bis brother James Judd whole teaching here last Thursday Prof Stapp of Montpelier conduct ed a singing school here last week Uncle Tom Conbver has moved to the property formerly owned by J S Redford J C Judd visited hir parents near Columbia Saturday and Sunday Mrs Young will have a new dence erected in a few days L B Chelf has removed into his new store which is very attractive Dr J 0 Gose who has been very sick is improving W H Perkins was a guest at B F Monday Wednesday night KNOB LICK Circuit court is In session at Edmon tonThere is still a considerable amount of sickness In this vicinity Mrs Wyatt Hayes who has been quite sick with typhoid fever Is not much Improved childddiphtheria Mr John Minors little son Virgil who has been sick with typhoid fever Is now able to be out Bars to the wife of Hovie Huffman on the 5tha son to the wife of Jo Ala lena sea v v Mr Joe Thompson mention of whose illinesB was made in a former letter Is noW convalescent and his friends expect to see him out again Rev Layman and KIrgan of the Cumberland Presbyterian church are conducting a meeting aCPieasftnt Val leyMr Willie Rose bought about 30 stock hogs here a few d ays ago at 6c Mr John Dines representing the wholesale grocery store of Horse Cave called on our nereaalrts oat week The election pawed off quietly XefA 1t lye Mow a majority err Hwrof Itt B et OICgMIekyrIlse bleuri 1e111daad3eaaeeraererarllei v tr wiU tlM safely Democratic States thatailthem are compkislnj of avery tired feeling and perched tongue Mr Boll Mitchell erne of our best young men who has a Job with the L N Railroad company at Nashville visited his mother tars Fannie Mitchell a few days last week Married atiheresldence of Mr Jake Robert father of the bride Mr Sam Warder Jones and Miss Kate Roberts Mr Jones is a nice young farmer of this community while his bride is quite a favorite with both youngand- old people of her acquaintance ZOLLINGBURG Born to the wife of J H Paxton November 2 1902 a boy The meeting that is being conducted at this place by Revs Perry and Groves is progressing nicely Paxton Helzers sawmill was destroyed by fire last Sunday morning It was located near J A Mitchells The organ of the fire was accidental Mrs J W Dickerson who has been sick several months continues to grow worse She has consumption and is not expected to live long J W Williams who has been sick two weeks is improving slowly Kinnard McMahan made a business trip to Columbia last Monday Claud Edrington traded a bnggcy to A M Paxton for a wagon J B Jones was through here last week taking the list The election passed off quietly here D H Smith for Congress being the only candidate on the track The stock law was defeated by a small majority Wheat Is coming up nicely and a good rain would insure a fine stand Scientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe ng to the repairing of the finest vehicles I will make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee Robertson Give me your workJ COFFEY + ct M WISEMAN SON + Successors fidamVogt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond- apoalteMusic Hell LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY VETINERY SURGEON FIstula Poll evil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction J am fixed to take care of stock S OBENSHAW mile from Columbia on Dluppointment LOUISVILLEHENDERSON 6 ST LUIS RV allIe T DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS LqiyUIIItIStUIk Trs11iuikeisGiktsiaepiraai jirr Ar Nera deex II I iIRWiN a ralYt1HLLLKC i t1 bkY r t l v i I1SialL1S OV10B1RTSON S T ilUGaS Lj Staples Robertson 60 LrVERYMEN Columbia Kentucky t1 OCCUPYING THE WELLKNOWN STAND known ai the Barbee stable and situated on the pike as you enter Columbia from Campbellsville Good horses firstclass vehicles Prices as low as the lowest This firm also owns the stable attached to the Hancook Ho tel Your trade is solicited J G HOPKINSSIGN 0F THE BBB HI3ZE Dry Goods and Notions 226 E MARKET ST BET BROOK AND FLOYD Established 1879 LOUISVILLE KY J F BIGGS jD W VOSS Ship your Eggs Poultry and Game t- oBIeGSVbSSProduce Commission Merchants SPECIALTIES EGGS POULTRY AND GAMEApples Onions Potatoes Etc 418 AND 415 BROOK STREET Bet Jefferson and Green BIG 4 BLOCK LOUISVILLE KY TIME T N N TIME i Yes IOI we have got the watches that will give you the time New just received i Also GEORGE fine line WPLINKE of Jewelry Novelties Bricabrac and Jewelerifrom a small euchre prize to a wedding gift No trouble the goods Can give a good bargain in talking machines Closing out this line Mail orders promptly attended t i i GEn I PLINKE Louisville Ky I 206 WEST MARKET STREET CHAS E SENGtt DIAMONDS VV ATCEES JEWELRY c ALSO SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE TESTING OF EYES AND GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED 306 E Market St Bet Floyd Prestou- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 5 Watches Clocks anti Jewelry Repaired Fine Tailoring r LLEt638 WEST MARKET S- TLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 1 Orders From Adair and Adjoining Counties Solicite 1874 ESTABLISHED 1874 S E Ledman Son JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Diamonds Watches Clocks and Silverware Fine Watchw RepairIng a Specialty 410 W Market Between 4tk and 5th LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY flre Yoo Going Wot THE Henderson Route IS NAMING Extreme Cheap Rales TO WEST AFsfD TO ALL POlfNi NORTHWESTI IA Itje treinUcitfd aid what farther iatoraiwttoattddrela 4110 Ji fate 3TB f LJIRWIN Tiat r Age Gai PaeeeegerAgent LQ Y xy rKrp ux i i r i GIBONEYJ Feed and Sale StPfDEALERS INi FANCY HORSES AND HIGH GI DRUMHERS RIGS A SPECIALTY Liberty men ENTERP1 CHAS F 234242 EAS MAR AW LOUISVIC saUlcatUon BOARDERSI VICTORIA HOTEL o iothand Broadwayi- ssjnotfisvmiiE H H KENTUCKY This hotel has been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop CEO GE K COSBY Manager L 1 HUGHES 60 4 mow rf J7t ra INIUIN SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND AU Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY J T C7 RSON C B PR0CTOr OF T 4 OF CftRSONFROCTOR COta FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS lea West Jefferson StLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consignment of Country Produce Solicited Reference First Nat Bank Carry All Heights In r STOCK CATALOGUE AND PRICES i ii t1mica HEIG- SRTDBHLBR BROTHERS 116 East MarketJStreot LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY PURITY AND PERFECTION IN DRUSS g =XININXrXINXI e The name RENZ on a package of drugs or medicines is in itself a certificate of excellence The dominant motive of ourionse is to supply the purest of everything and at prices that mean 100 cents satisfaction for every dollar spent Postpaid Prices for Out of Town Buyers 100 pills Aloin Belladonna and Strychnine for 17 Antikamnia Powder and Tablets oz JOO 100 plUs Assafoetida Sprain 22 Assafoetida 5 grain27-IIBlaudg Iron Tonic A22 Compound Cathartic Vegetable L 15 ICompound Cathartic US P 45100 Calomel Tablets 11011grain 7 100 Calomel Tablets 1 grain XV Jri100 Morphine Tablets i grainf22100 Strychnine Tablets 160 130 grain7 Trusses New York Elastic single Trusses New Fork Elastic double r 85 Good Leather Covered Steel Truss 125 Hrdnubber Trusses 85 We guarantee the quality of our goods and deliver them to your address at prices named above We handle a completo line of everything that is reliable in the drug sine The saving in cost and absolute assurance of purity builds our business Our mailorder trade is large and growing daily A Trial Order Large otSmall is Solicited RENZ DRUG 60MPflNYt LOUISVILLE KY JlCfitTake The News aricl keep posted 4 on the happenings of Sotttliera Kentnbfcjr Jfrs and Courlel ourna lfol 150 7 1 i Dj i nitrv lit