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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 6 OOLUMBIAADAIB COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28 1903 NUMBER 12 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY I M BCMMA Postmaster Office honrc week days m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY KOVlrOovaTThre8 Benlon I a yewThird Uondty to January third Monday In May and Talrd UIDdaylD BeptemberfeCircuit JndeeW WJones Commonwealth AttorneyNH Aaron SberifF W Miller OlrcultOltrk JBOofley Monday In each mouth Ccu TirsA Mnrrell JrCountyx ClerkT B 8tults jallerJ K f Conover AssesiorS W Burton Bunoy Jl T JoIcOafrreecaSchool BnpUWDJonet- OoronerOMBuw ell Monday In OoVSTlolUlarco1Ut second each month Judge T AttorneyGordon ODtIOmrJtll MarrtallJ W Co- yCHURCH DIRECTORY r PRESBYTERIAN a BoaraviLLa5raa2Tefourth Sunday SundlychoolaU a m evey a each month Wedneda Sabbath Prater metln every night MRTHODIBT B Metcalf Bnoumu StMBrROV pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sabbath at a m Prayer Bu dayichool every meetl at Tburtday nightedBAPTISTdeBeT ysetor Services third Sunday tnes chmouth- dandayeohol ia Sabbath at a m Prayer Aeetlng Tuesday nlhterfine OnBISTlAN- CAMPBBLLlTILL1I11ltBEld ZT WU1lamW Pastor Services That Sunday In each Sabbath at am month Sundayschool every Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES to MASONIC j low No P and HRem- ar meeting to their hall over bank on Fri day night or before the full moon In eachdE WK-month A KaMP 8eo7IsB A M No meets hog Friday night afterfull moonsaJ E MOBBEIL BecretarTbJW W Er J Hrmetrona the 1enttetketumble CutlMna ytusecll Spring W Slice Doui 8 S TOto 5 p tJCFarmers Farmers I up the I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic RamsOI to throw water from your springs tobE to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever on Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Hotel Yours trulypiN WOODtl PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS 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 andn know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce t1 at market value Give Shop near Columbia Mill CoIl Bells Restaurant a Lebanon KU Frank Bell t Proprietor 0WHeals served at all hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms forC lodgers Frank Bell Is the successor of James Bell John F Neat withJOTTER COlWHOLESALEl y GROCERS and COMMISSION Louisville Kentucky PRO D U CE I will pay the highest cash prices f Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay tromB to 22c for wool My store is connected by tel c hone throughout the county SAM LEWIS f Dont take a peck of any old kind of ls to enro n of dlsuro when a flow of lDrl IAUloLivcr Pills for Jjfltoo Poojti will euro you whilftyoi eTpY gutKreolCea OmradtBO OZARK Mrs James Holladay and Miss Lillian Holladay were shopping in Colum- bIa FridaydlMiss Bessie Holladay of Zion visited Bessie Waggener last Thursdayt1 Little Miss Allle Garnett of Glens J M t1ScottMr Ralph Waggener spent several days last week on Glensf rkclTom Holladay hooked several nIcew fish last week on Russell creek is Mrs Mollie Holladay of Zion had a the fine mare to die from an unknown Monday night Mr Ely Bailey of the same neighborhood also lost a fine horse Alyln Young is teaching a subscrip school at ZionbfForney Sallee has sold his personal property and moved with his family toto Russell countyraWe understand that the distillery short distance above here has begun operationCIMiss Dunbar visited in CohE t1lumblapETheSomerseable from this place to Russell creek are bridge These places should be work before somebody sticks or breaks Hog cholera has broken out afresh this vicinity and hous are dying ev day Mr James Holladay had a the bunch of hogs on his taiga and be your correspondent that all of them were dead by There is some talk of petitioning the of Magisterial court for a hog lawor If preferred generalstock law election be held as early as the law will alat and effective only in this vicinity unless other communities or precincts to unite with us The hog law a good law for the people and for the and It is economy inasmuch as It timber and time in fencing ander keeping the hog from the range it and saves it from cholera It is a well known fact that in countries where hog law prevails cholera is un and hogs are plentiful By eping your hogs up and feeding them wholesome food the breed is better andJ free from disease The hog law wlllri your neighbor to keep hIs hugsq and soon cholera will be a thing ofm past by reason of keeping the hog from the mast aud other unwholesome things which he must eat on the range starve The hog law prangs many and few disadvantages except the Jargcj salf tless fellow who had rather risk his hugs taking the cholera the range and imparting it to thej whole community than to raise more 000 corn to feed them on Your corres ondent asunder the impression that vicinity is tree of this class and that being the case if the matter is scputmajority Lets have the hog law or if you like give us the general stock law We need it badly KNOB LICK Mumps are prevalent iu this commu ity Mr Jonathan Read who has been be quite hick with lagrip is Improvingb Hits Minnie Taylor has been vIsIe tiug MihS Pearl Pendleton at Toledo There it a great deal of corn yet un But farmers are now tryingt to yet It iu since the weather has moderated Corn is worth forty cents per bushelt ael1vercdeThere is some demand for stock 6 to 5i per poundaMessrs Payne of Carter Dry Goods Co and McLean of Master Dunbar Co called on our merchants a few ago also Mehsrs Logsden of Alt sber Co and Brown of Johnso- Brothers Mr Frank Edwards and Miss Lizzie Henry were married on the 14th Inst Pleasant Valley in the presence o large crowd Rev T S Thompso- o1llclated R H Barton Co have sold their entire stock of goods to Mr Bob Mil ler of Edmonton Mr Miller will remove to this place and continue th- or e business in the same house Barton Co have done a flourishing basins and their friends regret to see them retire But in Mr Miller we expect to have an enterprising merchant a good citizen and gentleman We welcome him heartily On the night of the 14th about 9 oclock the Roller Mill owned and op rested by Thompson irEmbtles111Th place took fire and burned to the ground in a very few minutes It caught in the upper story and was un- oubtedly the work of an incendiary There had been no fires In the mill day and when Mr Thompson first discovered the fire it was confined to entirely to the upper story no fire in engine room at all The mill was ready to fall when first discover ered and consequently there was no to save the building Theyn carrying 81500 insurance which one third cost of the mill This is second milt to burn on the same grounds in the last seven years Cer tainly an Incendiary is very little removed from the murderer Miss Sallie Price who was reported- to have been seriously hurt by having a thrown from a horse during the cold spell several days ago wo are glad note was not seriously hurt and is He recovering Mrs Muncie Thompson and her two little children left a few days ago for where she expects to join husband who preceded her some months Quite a number of our are seeking homes In California d Oklahoma of late and many more seriously considering a change of location A FEW FACTS The Louisiana Purchase ExpositIon- the Worlds Fair will commemorate centennial of the purchase of the great Louisiana Territory by the United States from France and will tie far the greatest international event by this character within the history It will cover 1200 acres ofhi no land have 300 acres of exhibit space will cost approximately 840000 00000 of All Nations States Territories a Provlncesand Colonies will participate present in highlyclassified arrangement the achievements of mod civilization in the arts sciences industries Dedications of the grounds and buildings will be held with fitting ceremony ly April 30 1903 the centennial anniversary of the purchase Exposi- tIOn will open one year later price paid for the Louisiana Term tory was 315000000 and the land ac uired was about one million squares more than doubling the area of the United States at that time Total funds for the Worlds Fair to date including the State and Government appropriations 820 00000 United States Governments appropriations 5000000 for general fund for building 8800000 for exhibits 840000 for Indian exhibit 88 for life saving station 8250000 forS Philippine exhibit City of St Louis appropriated 85 000000 and citizens of St Louis sub ribed 85000 State of Missouri apprO- prIated 81000000 Balance of money appropriated by other various States and Territories Main group of Worlds Fair build- Ings arranged in the form of a fan the art palaces forming the apex at thfsouthwest large exhibit buildings will fifteen in number main entrance to upon the Grand Avenue at north corner of the grounds The administration of the affairs of the exposition is in the hands of nine y three directors Important features will be The air ship tournament in which prizes to amount of 8150000 will be award d the series international congresses in which distinguished savants from parts of the world will participate great horse show upon fashionable lines the dairy test the athletIc events etc The Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be nearly twice as large as anyI tbnlife and activity of the nations of the world exposltlonir IInnted States was unanimously chosen as the place for holding the Worlds Fair by a convention of delegates appointed by the Governors of States and Terri tories within the original purchase The Louisville Henderson St Louis Bail way is the Worlds Fair line ssfrom Louisville Owensboro and Kentucky points NOTICE I have a madstone Persons bitten by dogs or snakes call on me Will guarantee the stone 1aB KENKIT DtinuvU1tXJ tln 31 h DEATH OF EDITOR GONZALES Great public sympathy goes out to the brave editor who lies dead In Columbia S C the victim of a deplora ble tragedy The fight he made against the grim reaper was such a one as was be expected of a man of his iron constitution and spirit but when was mind the master of death Gonzales splendid vitality and the favorable condition of hissystem could save him The end came at 110 oclock yesterday afternoon while the city that honored his citizenship and professional services hung mournfully upon his expiring breath and those in who were near and dear surrounded many respects Mr Gonzales was remarkable man In his personal makeup and career there was much that Is usually dominated picturesque was a fighting man in the sense that Implies honor and patriotism and there was a dash and nerve about him that men admired He had the ideals and fervent nature Inherent from his Cuban blood tempered by the best blood of the south He may have been Impulsive but his heart was in the right place and reason resided in his head He was one of those Inflexible truthloving souls that will not tamely brook what appears to be hypocrisy an and wrong and in hIs field of labor he found bundant exercise for the protesters pen and he wielded one as fearless as it was acrid Still when Editor Gonzales attacked men and measures he was generally supported I the public conscience At least he he was right and there was policy about him The dead editor was long a distinguished er figure in the political affairs the Palmetto State and with such nature he could not but have hlnuelf felt He served for a brief time but with conspicuous gallantry as an officer in the Cuban army of liberation He built up one of the strongest journals in his state by dint of pluck and tireless energy in the face of seeming insuperable obstacles He had many admirable and noble qualities and the one that was responsible for his un timely taking off was not the least ad ired of his fellowmen May he rest in peace Atlanta Con- titution FOREDOOMED TO FAILURE I President Roosevelt has started out on a task which no despot ever performed in the worlds history HeII tells a progressive and trained race that it must admit to full equality another race which is a terrible burden upon industrial effort and a threat to order Throughout the South the whites are unselfishly devoting resources and thought to the uplifting of the negro Though the public generosity in this respect is notable it is not the greater part of the generosity and care bestow ed upon the dependent race In every city village and county of the States where the negro population is consid arable the whites furnish the money or building negro churches the organ ization which supplies remuneration for labor and the charity which tides the improvident families through mis fortuneIf this sacrifice were calculated in dollars and cents and compared with the total resources of Southern whites the result would astonish the Southerners themselves and furnish to the world the most heroic example oh earth of voluntary taxation for altruistic purposes The President of the United States has either for politics or from Ignorance of conditions inaugurated a programme of irritating the Souther- white men Unless he is after some object in party machine politics e will utterly fail He cannot help the negro and will only Increase the social distance between the racesSt Louis RepublIc BABNES =The Bev George O Barnes who is now one of Alexander DowIes followers began a series of meetings at the Harrodsburg court house Monday night Mr Barnes says his mission now is to preach the com log of Christ which he bellves will have occurred before he finishes delta ering the message in every county in Kentucky having received a special call from the Lord to deliver the message in this State The meetings will continue one week Danville Advocate Bteersf t3 REV J F CLAYCOMB Pastor of the Cumberland Presbyte dan church of this city has ju enter ed upon his labors with great earnestness and proposes to do everything in his power to extend the influence and 1 promote the growth of this organiza to membership is well pleased with I the new pastor He is a native of Pennsylvania born in 1873 He com pleted the seminary course in the the logical department of Cumberland University at Lebanon Tenn in 1898 and his first pastorate was at Eugene this state where he remained dur- Ing 1899 and 1900 Through consider ations of health he removed to Fairview Ky and for Fifteen months was supply of a circuit there An abiding for longing to return to Oregon found Its by lisatisfactionHis family consists of a wife and two youngchlldren MoMlnnvllle Oregon Reporter iNO TRAMP old A weary William applied at a farmhouse for the loan of some clothing Madam said the tourist with dignity It is no tramp that stands fore you but a gentleman that is thegl livictimabundance of clothes but when Ial called at the house up the road hereto pay my respects a poor hungry dog who has an appetite for clothes came out and looked at me so appealingly er that I was touched and before I left fed the famished animal on the allskirts of my coat and the bosom of my pants He didnt seem to be entirely satisfied and It you will loan me anoth coat and a pair of pantaloons I wUlw leave the remnants I have on and you As can send them over to the dog so he can have a full meal My generosity madam is the only thing that kept meW from being a millionaire Ex 1 A MARIRED MANS M UbINGS It is not easy to understand why our wives should seek political honors ed when each Is already Speaker of the is HouseScientists say woman can hearsounds that men cannot ThosQof imaginary burglars for instance When a fellow once permits his wife to cut his hair at that moment he entersupon a ute of abject servitude Two years after I was married I was asking all my friends how to teach the baby to talk Two years later we had consultation at experts on how toa keep it quiet There are no profane words in the Japanese language which illustrates the handicap under which a Japanese husband labors when he discovers that his wife has been utilizing his pet razor for a can opener Casey county has as many clever mene to the square mile as any county in the State and Jim Coulter who was among the courtday visitors to Dan vllle yesterday is one of them His son Inlaw Bud Glboney who was for many years clerk of the Circuit court Jf Casey is another one These gen tlemanrepresent two political faiths but are equally popular among dam crats and republicans Casey Is not a rich county but her people are all comfortable livers and are good cut tamers of Danville business houses The county has also furnished ihf quota of business men to our local enterprises Danville News Tho Womans Home Companion for February is a patriotic number Lin colns Neglected Birthplace The Birthplace got the American Flag and George Gibbs picture Illustratin annd the Bonhomme Richard speak of th fictioneincludes The Fight of Fenella short stories by Clara Morris and TndQ- Jenks The NatureStudy Club deals with the American Hawks There is a page of unusually beautiful theatre cal pictures The author of the famous Bunny stories Is writing series of childrens tales All the de partments are full of timely sugges floes Mrs Herrlck tells how to give a Sundaynight supper Miss Gould describes the latest fashions aud there are some excellent suggestions for evening entertainments Published by The Crowell Publishing Co Spring field Ohio one dollar a year ten cents a copy Fon SALEA nice bunch of hogs and a nice one yearold steer C A MTTRKBLI jdtlt y DONT GOWEST A former Barren county man writ- Ing from Kansas to the Glasgow Times sajs Dear reader dont think 1 am homesick to begin with for 1 think have been In the west long enough get over that It I am homesick now I greatly fear I always will be say dont go west if you have a home specially people on the shady side of life for if they do they will never be satisfied as long as they live It they come west they are sure to get home sick and II they have enough left they will go back and find that the old home is gone that some one else will be sitting around the family fireside and that they will not feel as they fancied they would So they will pull the west again and we can imagine this time that the proceeds of the ttle hom have about been exhausted and they will have to begin life anew How much better it would have been had they stayed at the old home where faces are familiar and the same church where you have passed so many pleasant hours That is the greatest objection Ihave to this New West I have been in Kansas for a number of years and have attendee a many so called revivals of gion but have never been able to see oldtime religion made manifest When you come to this New West you will find a new religion I think dryeyed religion would be the prop name for it In all the meetings 1 have attended I have never seen a tear shed That kind of religion may be right but the oldtime religion is good enough for me and that is why I say to people dont break uo and go for I know it will not awl them for my part I have had very good success since I landed here but if 1 Ii had not been financially embarrased 1 never have left old KentucKY had got to the point where I had to make a change and so I drifted here and 1 know from the experience of others that 1 would never be content there any more As for as health concerned I think the west is a healthier climate than the east but I dont see that people live any longer here than they do there CUT THIS OUT BOYS Any sensible young man ought to know that be cauc be up late of nights abusing his stomach and be in full possession of his faculties for business the next day And he ought to know also that a man must be clearheaded nd In full possession of his faculties to hold his own in the keen competI- tion of life your good tellow is popular for the time being but when his money is gone and he has lost his job and is on his uppers the good fellow business doesnt get him any thing Its poor fellow then Anther good fellow gone wrong and the boys are ready to hail another good fellow who has the price The young man who gets the sleep his system needs is temperate In his habits lives within his means and snows up for work in the morning with a clear eye and active brain theres the boy business men are look theyathey can trust Having worked hard and laid by a competence they want to throw some at the burdens off and they wont throw them off on the goodrtt it out boys Theres nothing in it Theres a whole lot of nonsense in that good fellow business You cant fool the public very long by liv- ling beyond your means and keeping up showgdown somewhere or other and that manyebitter expe iences All men will think more of you if you hold yourself in and onpa beer income Many a bright and promising bust ness man has failed because he tried to travel in too swift a class Whereas Lhad he lived within his means he have become a highly successful mer chant The world does not give up Its treasures easily It isnt in the card to us all to be millionaires and mighty few of the good fellows get into that class It Is best to earn yourway first and then to go hunting for good times when you have reached tho pots where you can spare both the time as the money Theta possibly youll have more sense aud have a different nytlott about what a good time is ilde ILARGDIAMONDS MATCHES JEWELRY CLOCKS SILVERWARE flND GUT GLlSS- Gstablishcb 1874 iij iEEEf1 410 WEST MARKET BETWEEN 4TH AND 5TH LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY + CM WISEMAN SON + Snccessors to fldam Yoot Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Previous Stouts 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and land r Opoilte Music Hell LOUISVILLE IENTUCKYi C C S GRADY DENTIST 0SPECIAL attention given to Gold Filling Crown and Bridgework KTOFFICB over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky XX = C FOSTER OSTEOPATHICPHYSICIAN Chronic Diseases a Specialty- Conaaltatioujand Exami nation Free at0ffice MARCUM HOTEL Columbia Kentucky Wllfflore Hotel W BI WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky HEBE Is no better place to stop 1 than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stablcattached YETINERY SURGEON FIstulo Pollevil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction J am fixed to take care of stockS ORENSHAAV X mOo from Columbia on Disappointment Scientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe o finestovehicles 1 will make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee Robertson Give Ime your work tJw OOFFEY BYrDR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY This wonderful medioine posi CoughsColds tmonia Hay Fever Pleurisy d Hoarseness Sore Throat ObOVtEveryCoca floPir 1ibd S11 TthllJ8ft 1M 1 i F IlEABAIfiCOITYlffS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair ounty NeWS of INCORPORATED CHAS a HARRIS Editor Demociaiic newspaper devoted to the Inter ests of the city of Columbia and the people o Adalr and adjacent counties Bnlerod at the Columbia Postofflce as second clas mall matter WED JANUARY 28 1903- ANNOUNCEMENTS Nor State Treasurer We are authorized to announce H H NINGER Wayne county a candidate for th office of State Treasurer subject totheactlon ofltbe Democratic party t Henry Wilkerson charged with poisoning his wife was given a life sentence at Mumfordsville last week Before he was charged with the horrible deed he stood well in Hart County The South in ell probability will again be visited by the yellow feverplague this year It has already made its appearance atVArt Cruz MRXICO and a number of deaths have occurred Charley Finley is not very well pleased with Henry E Youtsey visit to the grand jury and hI writes another card Dont be al larmed Charley the Kentucky au thorities will get on to your curves s in due time Judge H W Bruce who was a member of tfcb Confederate Congress and an honored cit izen of tjh e city of Louisville died at his late residence last Thursday morning His ability as a lawyer and pure life was well known throughout Kentucky The tobacco growers in the Southare up against the trusts They have laid before the Presi dent and Attorney General a corn plaint that the combines Are ruin ing the price of their product es pecially in Virginia and North Carolina The recent announcement that Governor General Taft of the Philippines may be appointed to the supreme bench has caused considerable comment in those islands The people generally are adverse to having General Taft leave them and petitions have been vent to President Eoosvelt urging him allow o them to retain their governor Henry E Youtsey denies the statement made by Charles Finley in an interview Indianapolis to the effect that his coufesruou to the grand jury of Franklin county was brought about by torture or illtreatment He asserts also that he has received no promise of a pardon or commutation of see tence and that his story was told freely frankly and voluntarily Three negroes were among the earliest guests to arrive at the White House reception fGr the ju diciary last Thursday night They were cordially greeted by Presi dent Roosevelt Southern Con gressmen and Senators present left the reception some of them declaring that they would attend no more receptions if negroes were to be invited Last Wednesday Gov Beckham received the fifth annual report tile f a State Prison Commissioners The report showed that1740 con vists were under contract Both prisons show a deficit on account of improvements made but that of Eddyville is the smallest in the history of the institution The prisoners are divided us follows 1275 at Frankfort 549at Eddy yuleThe following United States Senators were elected by heir re spective Legislative bodies last week J Hopkins Illinois Orville H Platt Connecticut H C Hansbrough North Dakota Jacob H Gallinger New Hampshire B A Alger Michigan Boies Pen rgse Pennsylvania A B Kit tredge South Dakota W J Stone Missouri j rO PlattNew York Reed Smoobl taliJaind- P Clarke Arkansas i r Every sensible Parson likes to hear wellinformed man expound the Scriptures giving his reasons for the faith that is in him but their is too much nonsensical foolishness being dished out in some localities A correspondent to the Glasgow Times writing fro Glasgow Junction and speaking of a man now doing that town says He preaches daily on the streets to whoever will listen H has the peculiar proclivity of leaping high into the air at tho mos unexpected times during his discourse He declared last Saturday that it was no trouble jump when you had the secott blessing and to prove the fact ho lumped four times in rapid sue cession about twothirds as high as the saltbarrel which he was using as a pulpit After finishing his services he went about twenty Paces up the street and looking back and seeing the crowd stillI looking at him hallooed out Glory glory to Godl and went through some more original acre batic performances He promises to be here as long as God will al lowNow that the tariff tax of cents per ton on coal has been temporarily removed by way favor to the consumer the Chicago Chronicle wonders why the tariff on meats is permitted to remain The tariff on cattle is from 2 to 275 per head j on swine 150 per head j sheep 75 cents to 150 per head j bacon and bam 5 cents per pound j beef veal mutton and pork 2 cents per pound The Chronicle further points out that the tariff on wool ranges from 50 to 100 per cent It pretends to be surprised because the same con sideration that has been given to the coal consumers has net been given to the consumers of me and to the consumers of wool An Indiana man sends Cal Powers two hundred dollars to a in his next trial He also ad that a just God is watching him To which the Bardsto Record addsuCaleb Powers wi have a much fairer trial for his life than was given Wm and the God who will look on at the trial is the same God who ea Wm Goebelmurdered Mr Harry Sommers editor the Elizabethtown News wi leave on a tour m Ftibruar He will will visit principal point in Europe Asia and Africa He is an entertaining writer and his letters to his paper will be read with much interest The newspaper fraternity of Kentucky wish him a pleasant journey and a safe return The St Louis Republic humorously remarks concerning the very latest invention Marconi may live to hear of professional pri Z0 fishts being conducted by his wit less telegraph system In fact th time may come when Kiplings prems will ne fliahed around the world and prevent gravo interna tuunaf disturhl1llcP8 A prHBenttttivo Republican of this county was in the News office- a few das ago and in discussing the political situation and especially what is going on at Washing ton he said You ought to fight the trusts and combines with fire give them fits in every issue of your paper They are ruining the country A Democratic primary will beheld throughout Kentucky on SILt urday May 9 for the purpose of nominating candidates for State offices The call issued by the committee will be published in the News at an early date The Republicans of Casey coun ty in Convention last Monday nominated Capt Ed Pelley to represet Casey nod Russell in then xt Legislature and Mr James Gibony for reelection to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Casey The trust magnates Lire swarm ing about Washington asking for a stronger wall between them and the masses They are for any measure that will cause the cot sumer to pay more for their wears KNJFLEY MrsW H Perklm is quite sick Mr Geo Lawless died at his hem near Watson Jan Oth Mr Sam Plkes wife is daogeiously ill with typhoid fever 1lifss Mettle Sharp Amandaville wlrohasbeen visiting the family of 1 Mr Jas Young returned to her borne Saturday Born to the wife of Dr L C Gose Jan 11 a girl weight 15 lbs Mrs Jas Pendleton who has been IsicK for several mp thIs better i Mr Howard Leach was called to the nearmMontpelier last week Several boys of this place attended clrcuttcourt last week IClliE VALLEY Born to the wife of Buck I i1drlck tson Jan 17 a 11 pound boy Born to the wife of O L Banks Jan 21st a daughter weight 12 Ibs lastdGrover Judd left last Thursday for Junction City where be will attend school Frank Bice sold his property to Uncle Billy Moore last week for 8720 Marcus Ellis who has been living at St Marys for the past three years re turned to his home near AbSher last week Prof Wll McCaHrce opened a sub scription school at this place last Monday with twenty scholars The farmers of this vicinity have lost 175 hogs from cholera in the past 7two months BLISS fG W Staples Deputy Sheriff was in this section looking after some boys one night last week Jackson Morrison of Knilley spent a few days of last week with the fam fly of Jas O Grihsom Mrs H R Thomas was on the sick list last week Its a good time for muffing maple sugar Mrs Sue Grlssom spent several days of last week visiting relatives and friends in Columbia Dick Tandy bought of various parties a bunch of hugs last week pay- Ing 6Jc tROLLINGBURG Mast fattened bogs are selling at 5c ebTtim Moore was here last Sunday SherrillideJan 17th a girl Ed Lowe and Dr Heizer are visiting countywn IArchie Workman has rented the Buchanan property and moved to it 1B A Lowe has just completed a nice stock barn wMiss Myrtle Helzer entered College at Greensburg last week S E Moore purchased of James ofLowe Jr the farm known as the 11iIoud farm for 8280 moreyyeartoNOTICE I have a madstone Persons bitten by dogs or snakes call on me Wil guarantee the stone C B KENETT j Dunnville Ky tm 31 COLUMBIA MARKET LEwISeWool Grease clean 16i Washed Wool 23 Beeswax 22 Feathers 40 Hides Green 5 tHides Dry 1O Giugong i j 35C Spring ChIC kI ftl 7 Old Hens A 7 1 Eggs 20v Dried Apples 8 Turkeys 7 Gobblers u Vi 5 Geese Full Feathers 35 Ducks This report will be submitted forrovision weekly LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards AllE Extra shipping 84 60tf4 75 Light shipping 4 25450 Best butchers 4 004 35 Fair to good butchers 3 E03 75 Common to medium btchr 3 003 25 nose Choice packing and butch ors 200 to 300 tt sv 6 70 Pair to good packing 160 to 200fi s 6 4d Good to extra light 120 to 8i80 tbs 0 26 SHEEP AND LAMBS ood to extra shipping Sheep 2V7B3 03 Fair to good 2752 25 jinmon to tucdlutd 123 0200 J I iJtI v llnEir r1Cm7iC7C7i C7177I mIm inil iin r Cirrl m Itj fJJEDUCATE YQURSELF L c tTHE Mf F Than SCHOOL OFFERS you the best facilities of any school 4 in this part of the State Efont de t i layentering Good board with good families can be secured at reasonable rates TA BAKER principal It tl LV7i7i 7IIi7iIi7II IIi 7i7171lfI7IIi 7171 EDWARD DUERR SUCCESSOR TO S WETTERER MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN BOOTS SHOES AND GAITERS No 720 Jefferson St South Side Bet Seventh and Eighth LOUISVILLE KY BOOTS and SHOES MADE to ORDER on SHORT NOTICE TIME TIME TIME NOW IS THE TIME TO VISIT e RICH G TAPEL e THE JEWELER 122 West Market Sreet Louisville Ky HESSTOOK Ojmprisas the latest styles in all kinds of Jewelry Watches Clocks Diamonds Silver and Plated Ware Umbrellas Etc- Tr6aSllrGrJOHN L WHEflT Secretary ann UTICA LIME COMPANY INCORPORATED 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Eto Enquiries for prices invited Orders Promptly Filled USSEUU SPRINGS HOTELi RUSSELL SPRINGS KENTUCKY Is open for the traveling public the year round It Is a large commodious buljdlnp as the picture indicates and Is run first class In every particular r lAU HAN GRAHAM NN Props iiiiiiiiiiiiii1k ZrMSTiiriBS OW S THUGHES S1 111 Staples Robertson 60 I LIVERYMEN Uo uniLia e tpckyE a OCCUPYING THE WELLKNOWN STAND known as the Barbqe stable and situated on the pike as you outer Colnn bift from Campbellaville Good horses firstclass vehicles Prices as low to the lowest This firm also owns the stable attaobeVto the Hancock Ho- Ttel Your trada is solicited eIV r i t J G HOPKINSSIGN OP THB BBB HIiiB Dry Goods 220 E MARKET ST BET BROOK AND FLOYD 1879 KY STOCK SEND a s and Notions Established LOUISVILLE ENTERPRISE HOTEL r CHAS F GANS BRO 234242 EAST MARKETSTB- ET SLOUISVILLE KY dw JWRates FiOo per DayAbaoluto Battifec tion Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS Carry All Heights In DBHLBE BROTHERS 11G East MarlcotlStrect LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY GIBONEY JEFFRIES Feed and Sale stable= DEALERS INt FANCY HORSES AND HIGH GRADE MULES DRUMHERS RIOS A SPECIALTY Liberty Kentucky IL LHUGHES 60 l It 7 =SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of JBuilding Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY i Newly Furnished American Plan S100 Per Day NIG Boslers flotoltMEflLS 25c NIG BOSLER Manager Parronnge of thN Grwmi River Section Respectfully Solicited S23 West Market Street Louisville Kentucky OOOOOOOOOOOOi00 i Aee0 QQ 6THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS c THE CJUHEPr JOURNAL 100 Per Year SlOQPer Year i 0 NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL 0 s 150 PER YEARza 0 Subscribe ant keep postefc on tbe current 0 0 bappenings of tbe bag Abe mews Mice can 0 i not be excelieb in neat job vvorft l 00000 0000000 0ooooo0 i0000000 f YOU t DONTHAVEOGO But if yon are thinking of doiiig so keep be fore you the fact that the Louisville Hen deneon St Luis Railway is making Low RoundTrip Howe SHkersf and OueWay P Settler Rates ir 0 THE WEST AND SdUTHWEST Also Low Col biBis Rates t to California Moutaua Idaho WushiLgfoiC T t Oregon British Columbia aid other Pacific aiidNorth Pacific Coast Points + r rtto sJL J IRWSNT ASK Ul FOR RATES GeiiKral Pafiweir 1geRt LOUISVILLE PERSONAL MENTION Mr E T Willis Cave City is visit- Ing his mother this city Mr Sam Lewls Was in Louisville several days of last week- Miss Alice Wood Campbellsvllle visiting Miss Erne Bradshaw Mr A G Norris Louisville called upon our merchants last week Deputy Collector Geo Nell was at home several days of last week Mr W D Jones and Mr W F Han cock are in Louisville this week Mr A W Pedigo of Glasgow here 8 looking for stock last Saturday Mr J A Young visited relatives a Fair Play Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Jas Garnett Jr and her little daugher Francis are quite sick daGreensburgweek Mr N H W Aaron States Attor ney has returned to his home at Dunn anyuleMr M Cravens was confined to room several days of last week wit rheumatismMrs Wheat Montpelier spent last week at the home of her nephewr Mr W A Coffey Mr WC Smith Cane Valley an Master Leonard Smith called at the News office Friday Mr Tim Bradshaw whose illness was reported two wteks ago is yet confined to his room Geo Bays and wife of Nebraska are visiting friends and relatives a Gadberry this county Mr H H Dunbar the efficient circuit court clerk of Bussell county wa here one day last week eeterprisinig e last week laying in supplies Mr T M Wilson Cave City accom panied by another buyer was here Saturday looking for fancy hbrses Dr Henry Carter and wife Desmoln Iowa reached Columbia last Tuesda on a visit to relatives and friends Eld Z T Williams left Monday morning for a town in Indiana wher- he will be engaged in aseries of meet ings two weeks or more v Mrs Kate Silvers and Mrs Mary Logan reached Columbia in time to be thenrr Mr E L Hamilton and wife and little daughter Fannie of McCrory Ark who visited relatives in Colum bia returned home last week Mr T B Morrison an exofficial of Russell county who has been quite sick is much improved It there is anything in the world that hampers Tom it is remaining in doors Wd W K Azbill was confined to Isis room several days of lash week threatened with pneumonia He is better and filled the pulpit at the Christian Church Sunday forenoon Mr F B Simmons Felix Russell county was in Columbia last Friday pchargebad been adjudged of unsound mind Miss Birdie Powell this city left last Thursday on an extended visit to relatives In Texas She will reach Louisville on her return about tile first of April spend a few weeks lay r Ing In millinery then return to C0 lumbia Mr Winlock Cheek of Campbells ville has gone to Frankfort having accepted the position of Sargent to the Court of Appeals Mr Oliver Murrell son of Mr Houston Murrell Merrlma- has accepted the position in the Bank vacated by Mr Cteek Mr E V Miller representing J P Miller Sons Crocus thiscounty was In Columbia last Monday He stated that notwithstanding the ruads Wt re in a fearful condition their store hart been doing a splendid business slbce the first of tbe year Mr R K Young and wife remrve to Waierview Cumberland CUUZihlast week Mr Youu nail wenthcitizen of CoiumMa about three yur making many friends durjnuhi engaIna ble wife was Miss Juila Smith a native of Adair countyG LOCAL JOTTINGSh a Farmers are breaking corn ground Both to the wife of Ed Butler Jr I Jan 23d a son Weight 12 lbs r iNext Sunday forenoon Eld W K Azbill will have something to say to the young people of this community al The growing wheat crop of Adair county is looking beautiful In many fields it Is high enough to hide a rabbit t Henry Pointer was arrested here last Saturday charged with making moon- shIne His trial is set for next Saturday Mr J H Young wboshlpped a car load of mules to the Georgia market disposed of them rapidly and at v drysame satisfactory prices The Louisville tobacco market was quite lively last week We quote tbe following sales Adair county Burley tour hogsheads sold at 8SCO to 8340 I tealfb county ais1hogsheads uc 8 tb W711 Greer cDnntyi dark pIfOttJ ro I x Coffey Dros Robertson sold to Hudson Page 10 haad of mules at 88375 per head All parties indebted to Wm F acconnet are requested to pay at once All persons owing me either by note account or fee bills will call and settle at once This will save cost J Rt Butler The grand jury will not be until the latter part of the week II to Monday thirtythree indictments had been returned Our once is connected by telephone residentstup give their names and location Preston Terry wellknown stock iLen will be in Columbia next Satur y the 3L t for the purpose of buying and mules Bring in your stuff My accounts are posted and I am now ready for settlement Call early d save me the trouble of calling upon yon TbFOB SALEMr W H Jones this place has six building lots for sale They Join the grounds of the Linsey Memorial School Address him at IndCoffey Bros sold last Saturday to A W Pedlgo of Glasgow a harness gelding for 8100 and saddle mare for 8105 Coffey Bros Robertson sold to same party a harness horse for 890 calltJeffries Son They have a splendid fasWe learn that Tom Sullivan th efficient Sheriff of Russell county is pushing business and will be ready forJ Curb when it opens at Jamestown thoI third Monday in next month Five stores were broken into and robbed at Liberty last Wednesday upoYn of Tom Anderson of color who was arrested Mre Azbill is making some slight changes at different points in the surJvey from here to Campbellsville The u terest n a road from this place to the railway line has not abated Mr Azbill is busy every day Quite a number of young assembled at the residence of Mr Robt Hudson last Friday night and forIJ several hours spent delightful Miss Minnie Hudson and Miss Dell Mitchell assisted in entertaining We understand that Mr Sam F White who went to Louisville last Ceweeking establishment in that city Mr a JoE Pattesou is employed by a large cabinet manufacturing establishment At a business meeting of the Church this cltya few days ago decision was reached to secure a pastor at nets A committee to open corres was appointed and the mem confidently believe that they will secure a suitable man at an early date Newton Smith and Martin McAlis ter ale in trouble They are charged with stealing chickens from Wess Hatcher of color They sold the chickens to M L Grissom Co Bliss Tbe grand jury investigated the case Monday and doubtless true bills wer returned protracted meeting recently closed Campd the wing additions Mesdames J T Vaughan H R Tur ner Misses Lcvie Buchanan LenaI Patteson Nina Taylor MJfggie Ramsey aud Mr J C Durham Besides thef accessions the members of the Church were greatly revived Our reureseutitive was In Greens burg last Thursaay and Friday He arde in an trw Columbia tti that place and e itiiv MJ docverything In their Pwer aid the enterprise Mr Azoiu will be invited to come at once to GreeD bur Mr Smi Breeding who lives on rev n river dud who is a prospero farmer soil trader Is buying sine ugs lie has already gathered quit lumber and expects to several hundred Corn is selling atI8175 on the river and Mr Breedln has ahont eight hundred barrels which be expects to teed to his hogs Mr Reuben Dunbar an old and highly respected citizen of Busse county is lying dangerously ill at b residence at Horse Shoe Bottom Mr Dunbar has been in the mercantt business for many years though for some time be has been unable to to titter his affairs on account of belt blind He has always been a kind ac sympathetic man ever ready to be an unfortunate neighbor t Twentyfour hogsheads of Metcal county burley were sold in last Friday at 39 90 to 8386 Oo the day fivt hogsheads of Adair county dark sold at 8500 to 8425 Nit hogsheads of Green county da brought 8040 to 410 Twenty hogsheads of Taylor county dark were dlsr posed of at SllO to 8385 The huge rangingJrom7was steady prices rtniiifr frtttu U r to Mm r BRASELHARRIS Brilliant Wedding Was the Week Feature atTazewell TazewellTenn Jan2iOn yesterday at 4 p m at the Baptist church here occurred the wedding of Mr Charles H Erase of Macon Ga to Miss Mary Emma Harris of Tazewell Rev O M ReId of Middlesboro Ky officiated while ProfPlcham of Cum berland Gap Tenn played the wed occasionP beautiful Loheglan march the urshers J W Harris of Obarlottsvllle Va and Hon H Y Hughes W H Eppes and W H Carr of Tazewell moved down the church stale Mrs James PrKl = yetisr as matron of honor fjllowed next and then the little flower girls preceded the bride who was leaning on the arm of her father The groom attended by his best man the Hon W B Hodges of Morristown met them at the altar The bride was beautifully attired in a gown of white taffeta and chiffon hand embroidered In clover blossoms and carried a bouquet of brides roses he veil was caught with orange bios soms and fell the full length of the train enveloping her in a mist of bridal beauty The groom and his best man Hon W B Hodges wore conventional matron of honor Mrs James P Zlvette of Tazew ll was dressed in white satin trimmed in real lace ana carried a bouquet of pink carnations Little Miss Mary Leonard Harris of Charlottsvllle Va carried the ring on a silver waiter accompanied by the little Miss Charlotte Kivette of Taze well the flower girl who carried a basket of white hyacinths Immediately after the ceremony the mily and immediate friends were an elegant lunch at the charm PeKivette The dining room was beautifully decorated in roses and pinkcar nations Five courses were served Many beautiful and expensive presents were received Among those attending from a dis fence were Mr A W Harris Mi and Mrs W E Harris and tyro children and J W Harris of Cbarlottsvllle Ya Mrs Dr Witt S Conway of Atlanta Ga Editor C S Harris of the Adair County News and his two ltttl sons of Columbia Ky Mrs SL Har of Russellvllle Tenn Hoh W B Hodges and G N Johnson of Morris town Tenn S B Day of Whitesbnr bride iff the popular and charm noewas rears educated in Southwest Virginia possesses the happy faculty o friendsegroom an Tennessean b by birth and education and is a nos successful business man He has host of friends in East Tennessee an- ntral Georgia and at present holds very lucrative position at Macon Ga with the mAfterple left on the north bound train on an extended wedding tour They wl GaaKnoxvllle Journal and ELD W K AZBLL The CourierJournel of last Satur day contained the following sketch Eld W K Azbill is the promoter of an Interurban railroad line from Co lumbl to Campbellsvllle He is one of the ablest divInesin Kentucky and has been actively engaged in the cause of Christianity from boyhood He is not only an able minister but is an deepely interested in the upbuilding of this section of the State To this end he has undertaken to build the proposed electric line and those who know him believe that he will carry the project to a successful finish The survey has made the righGot way along the whole line has almost been secured capitalists have signified a willIng- ness to furnish the money required Mr Azbill was born In Madison count KentucKy in 1848 and will be fiftyfive years old next February He was educated at Kentucky University and his first pastoral work was begun in this place in 1871 In 1873 he founded the Columbia Christian College and was principal of the institution until 1878 He became pastor of a church Louisville in 1879 and earls in 182 went to Jamaica where he established many schools and mission stations under the auspices of the Christian Womans Board of Missions After retnroked to to thaHe boarea n he traveled wide tookghe established a mission which rA tinues to this day in a prosperous co dition In 1898 and while on his back to this country he was persuad renalisagoleed work for the Japanese there which is worksg alliphas the filled the pulpits for the various denominations Psil0children were born asonaaddangh Paul and Ethel His son is practicing 0law in Indlanopolls and Miss Ethel 1s with her parents here She has completed a four years course in TCTnjhrerslty of Illinois taking special training as alibrarian Courlr tobblS i 2 The citizens of Bussell Springs Bus sell county are making an effort for Theapropose ou P their individual expense provided the people of the county will vote for the measure It will require a twothirds vote of the whole county to carry th proposition There was a meeting o citizens last week to advance the Interest but the action taken has not been reported to us Of coarse the people of Jamestown and vicinity will fight the proposition In fact an order has already been made for the building of a new jail at Jamestown and in all probability the building be in progress before the vote is sub milted should an election be called The CourierJournal contained long article last week about Ed Lodgen who It Is said is slowldy dying at the residence ofa friend in Horse Cave The writer stated that Lodges had killed eleven men and perhaps had wounded others Lodgens acts are well known throughout this and he has never been truthfully charged with killing but one mana negro at New Market Marlon county At the time this killing occurred negro wasadvancinguponLodgen wlt eaxlawlessdemon as has been reported by some papers The people of this community re ceived with sadness last Wednesday sight the intelligence of tbe death of Mrs Walton the devoted wife of Rev T F Walton who was fa pears the pastor of the Presbyterian Church this city The end came at Clover port where Mr Walton has been preaching for the past year Besides the husband two infant children are left To him who has been so sorely afflicted the sympathy of this entire community is extended The deceased was born and reared in Barbour vllle and the interment was In th cemetery that city Dr R Perryman of Neatsburg was in the News office last Friday He reported that there quite a number of cases of lagrippe and pneumonia in his practice A little daughter of Mr T Neat Messrs O L Hartwlck R F Burton are seriously sick bnt with proper care the doctor thinks he doec that Mr D C Evans had sold his property and would leave with his family for the Indian Terri isgneighborhood regret that he has con eluded to take his departure to anoth climed entertninei d dinner last Thursday Mra Foster Coffeyt Mrs CampbellsviBd lie Rey Marcum The reception was given in honorof Mrs Maude W Far en Ashley Ill who is the guest of W A Coffey and Miss Alice Wood Campbelltville who is visiting 11Miss Effie Bradshaw The dinner was an elegant affair and during the after noon delightful music was rendered Dr L C Nell of GradyvIlle Is now the Republican nominee to represent Adair and Cumberland counties In t next Legislature The G ommit met last week and Dr Nell being the only candidate he was unanimously selected as the standard bearer He is a good citizen a well informed gentleman and will make an industrious member should be be elected As yet the Democrats are without a tend date in fact it is notknowa that any gentleman of our party has aspirations in that direction Miss Edyth Curry a popular young lady of the Breeding section was mar rled last week In Paris Texas to Mr Elroy Baker also a native of Adair Miss Currys parents died when she was a child and her resting and educa tion were received in the Masonic Home Louisville The managers of this Institution will be glad to learn that she has marrleda worthy and popular young man Mr JasO Nelson who lives below Gradpsille now in his 94th year is In very feeble health Of late he has become almost totally blind He has been an active man all his life and for years has been a general favorite the neeghborhood He 4s anxious to round out the century mask and It Is hoped that his anxiety will be realized served in the Mexican war and draws a pension lpWe have been requested to state for the second time that all hotel keep in the State of are pabllatlnon of hotilel keepers In this section of the Commonwealth A failure to procure license thehe price of authority Circuit court is about over The lightwas No one was tried upon a rge and the case against Willis Spencer for false swearing was dismissed jatloieof s wifetea The suit for defermation of cha broughtbpGatnettSmitbagaithe nst In favor of the defendant BIus be- l tIit iutintlh f r BEACHING NEXT SUNDAY ZTW1l1jmsCane Valley UniontLB Burton White Oak v A H Baughi Beech drove GW Montgomery Phil c eJ Q Montgomery Turnersvillei J F Barger Freedom H EN Metcalfe Columbia a t A LrMell PIckett Chapel a T F Barber Glenvllle b W B Cave Mt Pleasant STRAYED 11rFrom my stable in Grecnsburg Ky Dee lOtba dark bay horse four years old 4f andshfgh has a little white on one hind foot just above hoof Also has small wart on left side of neck half way from shoulder to head Finder will please notify J M RopEnsv Greensburg Ky nMr John W Snblett has bough- Mr Braxton Masies interest in th e store at Cane Valley which has been run in their names sessionhan uno usually large number of indictments JOPPA Winter weather continues In otir section of country Prof R O Cabbell made a business trip to Dunnville last week urMr Charlie Murrell who recently returned from Illinois is erecting a neat dwelling for his mother Mrs Lizzie Murrell near Zion Weare glad to welcome Dr S P Miller and family who recently moved in our neighborhood The sChool at Zion is progressing nicely under the management of Mr fineparents will do w u to put their children In school where there is such a teacher- MissMaranda Williams is teaching a subscription school at the residence of Mrs Eliza Conover BMiss Bell Butler of Mt Pleasant is visiting Misses Effie and Tinnle Con over Uncje Elzie Powell who has been quite low with paralysis for some time does not improve any Mr Irvin Blair of Cray Craft was luludr L C Cabbellof Dunnville was here a few days ago and Informed stl he will open a school near Dunnville January 25 We are glad tostatethat Mrs Ander- sOn Holladay who has been quite sick is improving eA number of our young folks wer highly entertained at a game of ping pong at the residence of Mrs Ellen Holladay last Thursday night Mr Eura Morris of Ozark was here last week buying poultry Mr VIrgie Epperson and family of Montpelier visited the family of Mr Theo Powell a few days ago The Bible class is progressing nicely at Shilo and much interest is being manifested beMrs Fannie Willis having a large barb erected Mr Anderson Holladay Js in the South with a number mules for the market The Sunday school ait Zion is in flourIshingcondition Mr MOD tie Montgomery is having a new addition put to his residence Mr Pink Coffey our merchant seems to be well pleased and is bay ing a tine trade Mr Frank Hammond and family of SeventySix are visiting the family of WF Sanders OZARK BRIEFS Mrs Jessie Bryant who was burned some time ago is recovering and w 111our soonbe her former self again Mr James Page passed through here Thursday enrpute to some point on Sulphur with a site bunch of cattle There was a big hOpll at the home of Mr and Mrs Turpen last Saturday night All report a fine time IncMontgomery had a mare badly hurt last week by vamping a picket fence Eld Tobias Huffaker will preach at Shilotuon the first Sunday in Februar ryl1 oclock acreer edage of tobacco being planted this year There is no foundation to the report that Clarence Montgomery had sold his stock of goods to John Neat Mr Montgomery told the News correspond ent that he did notjcare to sellat pres entUrey Morris is engaged in buying Conover was here Tuesday looking up a logging contract t There was a lively time for a few minutes at Will Garnetts on Glens fork one day last week By some means a few cartridges found their e fire and shortly afterwards Royhesklraifstilfneopened Fortunate ly no one was hurt and no damage done Camplielisvhlerowas here Thursday He purchased of Mr pen Hurt 100000 feet of black oak timber for The saw mill of W R Milers sawing the timber J Mo Scott will yard a 100000 fe tot WagftnrtJrHtra1 ii j t 0j several thousand feet of timber to his yard t A Campbellsvllle man was here a few days ago offering good prides for any triad of timber Mr Thomas Dunbar will plant seventyfive acres icorn this season Wm G Roy attended circuit court as a juror tLots of nice fish are being caught f m Sulphur and Russells creek Tim Montgomery says his last fish lah trip with Prof John Henry Holla day broke him from fishing He doe s not like f mixture of cold water and Jlzzards Tom Waggener will leave some time soon for Illinois where he will spend several months Sorry to lose Jack as he Is familiarly tailed for he is one of our best boys However we will see him again before the leaves fall Rumor has it that one of our best adtresiding ar distant will take thevows that bind them together for better or worse be fore many moons shall have come and goneThere is cholera in the air and buz zards by the pair Hog meats getth rare cant hardly finda hair T farmer sits with bowed down wishing all the cholera was dead and the buzzards had it by the ear taking it to some upknown sphere Alas for the farmer and piggie toothe chol era is here and dont give a sow all their efforts to drive it away its havlnga feast and Js going to stay The News finds favor with all in th vicinity Its news columns are clean and breezy and Its editorial bright and to the point Every man has the undeniable right to his belief sad to ex press himself accordingly let him be Jew or Gentile Democra t or peeo pie will accord him that right The man who is true to his convictions is a good citizen but the man who is false to his convictions is a dastard GRADYVILLE Geo Flowers of Columbia was hex last week A B VVilmore of Greensburg spent a few days here last week Wilmore Moss invoiced their goods last week Mrs John Bell of Nell visited her daughter Mrs SATaylor last week Rev A L Mell was on the sick list last week laeSt R L Caldwell visited his mother at Portland last week I Li Roiiseau and Jack Dickinson ofis lookneW Crates of Portland was bet the first of the wee- kHCWalker was in Columbia one day last week- S O Neat of Columbia was with us last week selling groceries Mr Jesse Breeding jofLeatherwood was here last week aud informed us that hogs were dying in his community with cholera L R Bard an uptodate farmer of this section was here last week at informed us that during tbe month January he made ten thousand boards W L Gradys large stable will soon Staone country W C Yates and wife of Portlan- visited relatives here Sunday Owing to the bad weather Eld Z T Williams did not preach here on Friday night before the fourth Sunday Revs Deboard and Sandidge who are holding a meeting at Antioch are having wonderful success There have been several conversions and the community greatly revived We will have quarterly meeting in town the second Saturday and Sun day in February Everybody come tbe chlckei s are not all gone Mr Geo Nell of Columbia spent a a day or tvo here last week repton our merchants last week Mr FA Baker of Covlnglon was In bopsfarm Columbiarelatives here one day last week Rev Adkins of Burksvllle filled his SaturdayaDdJames W Walker and wife visited relatives at Joppi last week oncday1200 pounds of chickens JP Pendleton bought of Smith S eachMrcounty was here last week and render ed some tae violin music tobacco yearMr visit to our town last week and bought perdmarket for chickens In twentyteyears Mr and Mrs W W Yates have been confined to their rooms for several days with lagrlp H H Dunbar circuit court clerk of ortof Mr and Mrs Strong Hill wentisand killed 2T Mr Tarter also has samedaybusybuyIngSmith S Nell bought two mules of Charlie Cabbell Camp Knox for S305 50 hogs of C S Bell 500 two hogs of ColeyBrosmule to Hudson C Page 72 50 S Blakeman two mules 8175 Tandy C Cloyd of Campbellsvllle 118 hogs fur S0ecompletclipestore The only tiling we need is just urocorn per bushel flour at cvcrythlnJ llUbHclicit a share in Ihq future CAM KNQX Mr Cod Decring of Campbellsvllle has bought up all tbe fat hogs in this section and promises to buy all that being fed for the Spring market torLyhead andeFarmers here are still gathering corn The 1902 crop was so large there seems no end to its in the field Mr Jim Dulsvorth of Adair admin- Istrator ot tbe estate of the late Henry E Christie was here last week looking after tbe business of this estate The two stores at Hasklnsville have again changed hands Mr Titus Mercer sold his stock of goods to Mr George of this place and Mrs Christie MrJEu Christie bought of Joel Uaskins his real estate property consisting of a house and lut store house and farm known asihe Coy farm consideration laskinsbasbadehargeofd tie and has made a goad and efficient salesman He will probably go to Bowling Green to locate and will leave in a few days to purchase property While this store passes into the bands of Mr Christie who is a capable and accommodating business man yet the community regrets to give up Mr Haskins and his estimable wife They will be greatly missed but what is our loss will prove the gain of some other prosperous community to whom we commend them f HKRDWHREI I Empire Corn Drills A SPECIALTY FARM IMPLIMENTS VULCAN PLOWSAND Repairs for the youth Bend Plow Saddles Bridles Hoc ness and Strap Goods Fieldseeds at the lowest market price forth BEST Headquarters for the best fertilizer at the LOWEST PRICE Btudebaker Farm Wagonsii Come r to see us wjienin COLUMBIA r eA I t ikt i t wm dlF Jeffr ut QS SO lldt f ii Cd a i R frrlt a uf t DEVELOPING Henry E Youtsey concluded his testimony before the Franklin county olrcult court last Saturday after a sevendays examination He was manded to the custody of the warden of the penitentiary with instructions that helbe held in readiness to again so before the grandJury whenever called for by the commonwealth- J B Matthews assistant secretary of state under Caleb Powers has givcDout a statement declaring that Taylor Finley Culton Youtsey and Golden knew of the assassination of Goebel and that he had given infor mation to the commonwealth to that of the grandJurors of the Franklin circuit court bas been proached with an offer of bribery The matter was reported to Judge Cantrill and the accused party disap peared It is thought that the alleged briber was a reporter for a Cincinnati paper Tbe investigations of the grandjury will continue through the present weekLepnder Guffy son of Judge B L D Guffy and tipstaff of the court of appeals is said to have left the state and located in Indiana It is conceded that the developments of the past two weeks will bear a must important relation to the new trials of Jim Howard in Frankfurt in April and Caleb Puwers in Georgetown in MayGlasgow Times OUT IN MiSSOURI A Missouri editor who Is about to pull up and leave fur lack of support sarcastically remarks in parting that editors dout need money Dont worry about the editor he sayshHe has a charter from the State to act as doormat for the community Hell get the paper out somewhow and stand up for you when you run for office and lie about your pigeontoed daughters tackey wedding and blow about your bigfooted sons when they get a four dollaraweek job and weep over your shriveled soul when it is released from your grasping body and smile at your giddy wifes second mar riage Hell get along The Lord only knows howbut the editor will get there somehowExT- heEleveuth district has received condemnation and bitter approbrlum from various sections of the state Many bitter things have been said of our hapless region Our people have been deceived into supporttngmen and newspapers who have not guarded our honor The vicious press will not be held guiltless in the great day of reckoning for the part they have play ed in leading a patriotic people astray The selfish politicians will not always evadethe responsibility for leading a generous and dependent people into endorsement of their raise attitude to wards the tribunals of the state It will yet require years W efface the hate and revenge that has been emplanttd whetted ana fostered in the minds of our people Judged by the lawless record of a few leaders it will take time for the restoration uf a unai section of buiuetnviuu hu p iabeaii brave people to tile cuufidcf UHH brethren of the hawe clan In mure favored regions Hue the da in com ing Be ptieut aonjerant Jourtal MISTAKES Oh LIFE TOAVOiD Nut to yield In luiuiaermi luatUr To endeavor to mold ali dispuMUoii alike To look for perfection In ones own uniformity of opinion in this world To measure the enjoyment of others by our own To expect to be able to uuderstaun everythingTo only what our finite minds can grasp To lookfor judgment and experience in make allowances for the firmities of others To consider everything Impossible that we cannot perform To worry ourselves and others with what cannot be remedied Not to alleviate all that needs allev iation as far as lies in our power It Is a great mistake to set up our own standard of right and wrong and judge people accordingly Tried to Conceal it Its the old story of murder will out only in this case theres no crime A woman feels run down has back ache or dyspepsia and thinks its noth- Ing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks down Dont deceive yourself Take Electric Bitters at dnce Ithas a reputation for ourIn2f Btomacn Liver and Kidney trouble anti will revivify your whole system The worst forms of those maladies will quickly vleld to ube curative power of Stectric Bitters Only hoc and guarsn Vj Bft fWfiftpv KENTUCKY NEWS The Goebel reward commission met last Monday The Court of Appeals has over ruled the mjtion for a rehearing of the Pqwers and Howard appeals The Knox oil men are complain iug because of alleged excessive valuation of their property for taxationThe Burbank factory in Henderson has been selected as the Bite for the new public build ingBud Hugate wanted on a mur der charge has been arrested in Arkansas and taken to Henderson At Central City Mrs T Q Fortneys dress ignited as she was passing by the fire under a kettle in her yard and she was badly burned that she died Beveraljhoura laterAccording to J B Matthews First Assistant Secretary of State under Caleb Powers Henry Yout Bey wasto have been private Secretary to Taylor had theLegisla tare decided in his favor for Gov ernor Iu defense of his mother Thomas Whitman aged thirteen shot and killed his aunt Miss Mary Phipps aged thirtyfive near Hopkiusville Miss Phipps was insane and in a fit of rage had at tacked Mrs Whitman A business meeting of the Ken tuoky Press Assooiation was held at Louisville last Monday at which only matters directly pertaining to the interests of the newspaper fraternity were discussed Butler Barnes of Montgomery county drew 400 out of the bank and started for Crawfordsville and to his brother When he ar rived at Louisville he de decided to view the sights of the city by gas light and in the red light district was robbed of 480 In the circuit court at New Cas tle the damage suit of Mrs Frank Botts against Mr J J Hartford for squeezing her hand the jury awarded her one dollar and put the cost on Mr Hartford aggre gating about 800 Mrs Botts sued for 2600 and alleged that Mr Hartfords powerful grip per manently injured her hand James Riddell a member of the Franklin county grand jury was approached by a man who give his name as McDowell and was offer d 400 for information as to what Youtsey told in the grand jury room He claimed to be a detective from Indianapolis and said the information would be used as the basis ot a plot to kidnap Tay lor and return him him to Ken tucky It seems very certain that McDowell was a newspaper correspondent from Cincinnati He left Frankfort suddenly The Sheriff was directed to secure his aapir it pr Ihlt J B Matthews of Somerset hwa Assistant Secretary of State under Caleb Powers has futile a atHtement in regard to the i8ciBsinauion of Gov William Goe hil Ho names W S Taylor th men Finlhy Henry E Youtsey N H Culton aud Wharton Gol den as the men he believes respon sible for the murder conspiracy Matthews says he has told all he ttuosva to Commonwealths At torney He expresses the belief that Caleb Powers is innocent though hi admits that other than those he names may have figured in the conspiracy OBEY IN THE MARRIAGE VOW There are strongminded woman who insists on the omission of obey from the wifes vow in th9 marriage ceremony and magis trates studiously avoid the use of the word being apparently fear ful of wounding the sensibilities of the bride at the altar A West ern clergyman the other day said that he had dropped the word obey from the marriage ceremony because a man has aright to wifely obedience only long as he deserves it Would retain ing the word secure to an unwor thy husband a conntmuance of wifely obedience Certainly not The marriage vow in the same sentence requires the wife to Jllove and honor the husband No objection is being made to those requirements Yet it will not be contended that the husband who dishonors himself must cOn- tinue to be honored by the wife because of her vow The husband who proves recreant to his afc togrtt wlw fc tomA to m aInSi iJ thief a murderer or a drunkard after marriage cannot possibly be honored by a good woman Obey as1t is used m the marriage ceremony does not contemplate a slavish compliance on the part of the wife with the wishes or command of the husband There is no obligation on the part of the wife to do that which she knows to be wrong because her husband tells her to do it Love fipnor and obey says the ritual The three specifications are to be taken in connection with each other The woman who loves and honors a man will obey his wishes even before they are put into words and it is the same on the part of the man He will give the queen of the household precisely the same obedience that the gives him the obedience of love It is the desire of each to please the other A Queen of England once told her husband I will give you any amount of obedience if you willgive an equal amount of love She understood the word in highest meaning and knew that it would not be unbecoming a queen to render her husband the obedi ence that was the sincere desire of her heart to give The late Queen Victoria it is said insisted upon obey being retained in the cer emony that united her with the husband she idolized because she wanted to be married as a woman not as a queen In the household where there is real love and affection there are no such things as commands and obedience in an offensive or op pressive sense Wishes are antici pated wherever they may be and obedience is yielded not through fear or because of the wondering of the marriage foamnla but be cause it gives mutual pleasure to wife and husband Ex A Marvelous Invention Wonders never cease A machine has been invented that will cut paste and hang wall paper The field of n ventions and discoveries seems to be unlimited Notable among great discoveries is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption It has done a world of good for weak lungs and saved many a life Thousands have used it and conquered Grip Bronchitis Pneumonia and Consumption Their general ver dict is Its the best and most relia ble medicine for throat and lung troubles Every 50o and 1100 bottle 1s guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free at all drugstores Have you ever used Dr Classes Cough Syrup in you family or for your selj If you have not dont judge it by other cough syrups that you have used for there Is no comparison Dr Classes Cough Syrup cares by relieving the lungs of Inflamatlon It never dries up or stops the cough without removing tbe cause Sold by M Cra vensIf pistol duels on street cars and in public places are to become the order everybody will have to be addressed as Colonel Captain or General according to the number of firearms he carries and his record as a marksman One good way to stop street battles is to fix a heavy punishment against currying instruments o- fwarSt Louis Republic- WONDERFUL NERVE- Is displayed by many a man endur ing pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore feet or stiff joints But there is no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best salve on earth for Piles too 25c at all druggists President Roosevelt has acted harshly and with a suggestion of the autocratic spirit in abolishing the Post Office at Indianola Miss rath ertban accept the resignation of a woman Postmaster to whom the citizens of that town objected but who had not been threatened or intimidated in any manner The smallest American village has rights which even the most stren uous American President must respect and Indianolas right to a post office has now been sacrificed in a politicians play for personal profit as a candidate for the presi dential nomination St Louis Republic There are t wo good rules which ought to be written on every heart Never to believe anything bad about anybody unless ysu positively know it to be true never to tell even that unless yoh feel that it is absolutely and that Odd is 11Bteiitdg- wbffe ycu tell lt t A DOZEN DONrS Dont waste time disputing the gas meter Dont forget to black the heels Of your shoes Dont trust to luck when you are able to work- Dontarowl at the children and talk caressingly at thedog Dont fail to keep every prom ise yonlmake to your little ones Dont forget to mail the letter your wifejgave you this morning Dont negleotyourown business by prying intoyour neighbors Dont exhaust your supply of good nature before you get home Dont grumble at fate untilyou have exhausted every effort to sue cogs Dont accuses your wife of ex travagance as long as your cigar bill is larger than your butohers bill Dont try to make your wife believe it rests you towalk seveu tee lmiles around a billiardtable after a hard days work Dont forget that advice is the- oheaPestthing in the world to give away and the hardest tning in the worldto accept and act uponCommoner Dometic TroUbleA It Is exceptional to find a family where there are no domestic ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their great work in the Stomach and Liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c by all drugfists South Carolina must bitterly regret her lank of proud and wor thy Democrats of the Wade Hamp ton type when she contemplates as successors such figures are pre sented by theTillmans St Louis Republic As an antlceptlc preventing the pos sibility of blood poisoning as in barb wire scratch or rusty nail there is nothing equals Dr Clauses German Penetrating Liniment Sold by M to Guardians Administra tors and Executors Those due to make settlement are requested to come in and attend same at once Should youdelay the lawjfcakes it my duty to issue a rule against you and that would be extra costto you RespectfullyT MUKRELI County Judge Stomach troubles pains in the limbs and joints loss of appetite dull drowsy feeling is caused by inactive kidneys These organsmust be in a healthy condition or such complaints as these will form Gayuba used as directed will regulate the kidneys to healthy action when these ailments will dis appear Sold by M Cravens I will on Saturday Jan 31 1903 at late resldsnce of W C Turk sell at public auction all the personal proper ty belonging to said estate H C WALKER admr Fon SALEFour fine jennets and three farmmares Call on or write to Joni McFARLAND Rowena Ky LOUISVILLE 1NFaSON 6 3T LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS miTWEEN LQEdStl nfJ Hi SfLouis Parlr Cats en Trains Puliiaan Duffel Sltepjrs Ki3ht Trains For rat s1 furtlirriiinmfTCn address L Jl IP WtH c r UOUICVILIC LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchanger Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 60 475 Light shipping 4 254 50 Best butchers 4 004 35 Fair to good butchers 3 E08 75 Commontomediumbtchr 3 003 25 Hoes Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 the 6 70 Fair to good packing 160 to 200fts 40 Good to extra light 120 to 160 ills 625 SHEEP AND LAMBS ood to extra shipping Sheep 2 7503 00 FaIr to good 2 752 25 ommon to medium 123 0200 BIG 4 ROUTE Best Line to IndianapolisLafayette Peoria and Chicago and all points in 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