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I 1 r ft Bji t2Ftx R BOIJfNT NEWSj VOLUME 6 COLUMBIA ABH GOUNTT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 17 1903 NUMBER 32 POST OFFICEDIEECTORI JIM RUSSELL POSTMASTER H T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER1 honra week dayg700a m to 830 p COURT DJDRECJOKY iiCiaobitConkT Three sessions ytarThird Mond y In January third Uond y in May and fThiriMonday lnSeptnlbqr f pircuii Judge TYW Jones Lr V Commonwealth Attorney NH WAaron Sheriff F W Miller pcuit1qlerlc jBOo ey it Cotfsrr ObcaT Firdt 1ondiyin each month t JudgeT AvMurrell if County ttorJl yJallGarnettJrjJOIrk1R lan rJK P ionover fIiIt r- I Assessor BW Burton Burreyor KTvMcOaffree O jt schoolSnpt WD Q 6oromerOMHns rte OtitOoDkT Rernlarcourt second Mondiij 1n each month i JudgeT 0 Davrdson Attorney Gordon MontRomry MarihaldTFlbwers CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN i BURltSvlLUlSranRev ii fpMtor SerYice lcond and fourth 8undy la each month Snndayichool at9 am ereiy Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wedneiday night r IMKTHODIBBuaJSurSnrR BMrMefcalfe d pastor Services tint SundtneaChmOlth Sundaychool every Sabbath at a m Prajer J meeting Thursday night J BAPTIST Vv t Bev pastor Services third flundaylneach month tr Sundayschool every Sabbath 9am Prayer meeting Tuesday night j OHBIBTIAN cjxPJiULLkj rPi1LEhi WKA bili lPaator SerTlcw Second nndTourlh Sundays raln each month flnndayichpolevery bath at 930 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night is LODGES MASONIC LoDpn No P and 4cMRegl1 lar mjetlngjln iheir halo over banks onFri day night on or before the full moon in each month cd 11 WACofferWl f W D Jones Secretary FU B No meets Friday night after ful moon liii tJ EircBtmLL nr1 W W Secretary TVETIEY sU ijiff 11 Fistultf Pollevil splints lSvlllbt any surgical work done at fair pricesJ guarantee satisfaction T am fixed 0 take care tstocKu SDORENI4W i mile from Columba on Dlgagpolntmnt s Ci NEfAtJr WITH OTTER CO tL WHOLESALE GROCER and CpMMJSSI J MERCHANTS i Louisville Kentucky ii t o oooccoo I Q S GRADY 14 DENTIST 0SPECIAI attention given to Gold Filling Crown and Bridge work OFFICE over Busell t Murrells StoreColumbia Ky I I j II ScielltificShoeiIigI 1 ing of any kind from h6fse shioe ng to the repairing of the fingst vehicles I will mak a specialty of shooing hbfsea witH diseased hoofs and guarantee satiafapjkjpA My shop ia located lack oflivetj ask Barbed SobertBoni 3ive vi t me your work JT W CF1i1EY Wiuiore Hotel W M WILMOEE Prop Gradyville Kentucky Is no better placq to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms andaL fir ass table Rates very reasonable Feed V j o t 1 stable attachedf is kOrUdflLTPajI PtI iIJih lliI T l rLiki jJJC t J r 1b t Y J A TURNERiti pjitt y1I j f jTT g T1UifN Dl v fijrt M Aii aThe Lexington rides a militia corn pan9gaxizedin187c rnn cudciy- Capt UnHMor an s ti e1nucl ng of theampus n MorganScavaft taryqaup1nGarrard bunty Ky In O o tabl iPr9 JmUy thLet1Ugt- Txhasthdthi dcatLuothl tWQ9S far a rnoreccrng3nIaI c nateJ On the 2Otb otSeptcrntiIB1i1Capt11ilqrgan conceived the lOf remcktbg Jjj gucgfrorntlie auiiory and tctogiup theline of march for the Qoftthern Confederacy With charactdric skill the gunswere loaded fntowa Qns and started put thgYrsatnes4urunifce unr der asrilali guardX AtterlYo laj s and nights hard marching Gapjb Hbrgan at the head of some two hundred men i entered the Confederate cimps6n the SouthEbaiiktofYJre4h fiver yhere most of the men attached tbemielves to the various regimentsJtnenAeing organized Capt Morgan With some sixty lace ofhls pwncompfacy t gethx er with daring spirits fronirPtherregfcT ments b6mmchced the setJ Tof daring raidSithatsutsecuently rgndered ills name fatuous Scouting tthe front lte btal td l i t4 torJiatlou of the utoeiiieutStLhe Union forces then stationed at Solin tjreek iie1 soricountyTyftt An order wa iThal1yglveh to mount Morgans whole force on good horses daft the fall of Port Don lson and the evacuaflonjf Nashville jMor gan in cirna9do a considerablejcav airy ifor a smal town be jtwecqt Mjrfreeboro and Nashville where he formed an unpleasant ac quaintance with tBe Fourth6hiocav airy At the battle of Shiloh Morffans ommbdtBr o1din ridge after which at his soI- llclcltlcbl be wasperttt dtbmake dash into Tennessea with a force Ynumbering ion starteduntifffdl April crossin the Tennessee river on a small horse ferry uIVnessee tIcampedr rr tlle nig1it1 Tl neittiay he diiackcd and routed about Motf troppspmj lpyed lqputing up a line of te egniDh capjurjlfigiita n d paroling manyjprJs9perSijjgntdjuing his course tqwajclLoljaqoniTejjn the column reached jtjaat placeQnnJihe night of May 4 and encamped for jhe night Tfie iews of Morgans organizations yadjn Ujqrrneantirne reached Gen Du mont at Nashville who started out with the Tlrst Kentucky cavalry and- Twentytl st JeatuckyslnfaPtry capturehkn The nigtii was dark and raining Morgans pickets were in a hougeandelore the alarm could be givenrWolfprdscavalry caufo at full barge upoepipAJu1he confu slon that ensued the command came hear being all captured Notwith jtandtng WolfbrdHvasvjjrfsoner durs J ngaportion thi battleIbrgarIgan escaped vith fif the Ctb reached Sparta Xenn when during thernexttbreedays sixtyfif hIS men rejbinedhim i Ont nunareZi and twenty were captured by the Unio StioOth he left Sparta with itO men aud directed his course toward Bowling qrecn where near Cave City be captr ured twotrains of cars and paroleda number of prisoners Morgan retura ed toC rib tbkoout the miildle ot Mar Jgbbt n cqulpmentSifgrfaisjcommand and permisston to revisit Kentucky Opts M Gano and John Hoffman here jpined him wl ih two companies of Texas cavatryci7pt Balsll W Duke having been wounded at Corinth lad collected abQut eighty of Morgan mejfwhoHitdjElepnfeft behind and ac companied Morgan to Chattanooga where the remainder of the command waccardjeiAhoiit threbnnndred men frpm Virginia joined at this time They eagerly embraced the o portub tyto enlist underlilorgan and six me companies 9ereformed CaplJacob Cassel was appointed to Comoany A Capt jobu Allen Company BItBowles Company O Capt John B Castleman CoHiDapy D Capt John HutchiusonCoinpaDy E Capt T B Webber qinp itJJhihli1X corny a Inles numbered about too mon Basil WflhesLieutent Colonul G W ri toJ 4iaS4S xxxxxxxx m+ t Morgan Major G E Niles Adjutant THEhtsRI1 lisifgeb b Ir tIewel pynsXJudrfcrmaSteri Ten Bays later known aS1tbtV SecooVl i entucky1ayary sotiJouttor Kiiox v e r Senrj jAbout the 250t June cbl Hunt arrived from Georgia with IittrtURefiiegr1ffi t 11c tJape4n t n Wt r ttd Thl IuMweSth reached Tompkinsville Ky In baying a chance to JSackatfJfceaidcM ii g ri1idihghatiotI3t QZflati myoldchornln Adair cpunty whcrpcit my father nli inotbenin tears a few months be for heni could liave Dcen seen qndlngmyjiva3r toitbel Southern ar my I decide for myselt uftet twq evils Itook the least A young man in Cumj3erlanl count jJoingd 1g JnU stoyps rhouseandOD QHheglrJCaptuwLm Icou1dnotRetbiintoq anl raH1er Iwfls ot the opinion his baokborifewas too small any way for a lJaJorJordanville with 350 men of the Nqjh Pennn sylvania cavalry which was caPtured after a biretana 1jgaijJusi was insignificant in numbers but in cluded Col Hunt WhjJj1tortallYwounded On Itstoresot excellent gijW CfP J YJ StheWDsalso secureofTsupplyTng his corn imSdawIth every thing Beedful Th- Cerna1eingstoreswerer destroyed and Irgjnovcd tgwanURarrodsburg which place he reached the next morning and found himself amtW trleflds After two days rest the column was again in motion in the direction l frsl1eswIttythb w pt t rqciJn and attempting the capture exIngWdrajorL Gano was Ispatched I to HaVrodlbNirg to burn the railroad bridges30Tjb ofijexingtp4anLapt Allevaseit todestoy h1ib1je on the Louisville railroad to prevent reinforcements from being sent to Lexington from Louisville or Cincin nati after which thy rejolftetue commaniat Versailles Prom Verj salles Morgan marched toward George town passing mldwaym small town on the Louisville nif1j lngton rail road where Capt BHawpithMn expert telegraph operatortaLthg ossess1o a of the ollice dispatiedtkinSVarcLa FraIkfort that MoranQOOina if was moving ou that pacifter a halt of a few hours thfnor- ward 9 tt f and reached Geonictowsa- fnight where Morgan wade abaitc two days He was nowrnthe blue grass country the garden of Kentucky where fine horses fat cattle and good rations were abundant The people of the country were strongly in sympa thj with the Southern atfsearidiTrel11 corned their guests with ttueSputh ite1isplalty Here another compa dy warf1 tiftkniziEd utiaeVddtnidand of W GIJ f iJSrepkinridgeaiUalwite6 youglavyer9f Lexipgtonarniasa in r RXbt J Breckinridge A young erMirther iPo h w al the cJip tain batbfe sUUrijr Gebv GerIieThomas Federal in the Cumberland whilehis coustnJohnl Breckinridge w1U1 comm td df 3vdi jjslpq iqhecpnreratearmy Thla divisionHithe prominent families iotfctiSStattfdttrih tnelwarof the Rebellion On the morning of the 18th Morgaq left Geqrgetqwnaand moved towrPthiua P tiJ1HtHMHui miles dJ Col Metcalfe was it4 Ltf iSecntb Kentucky Union Cavalry He had about 400 r uiTiitthey were within a few bonr m r p 2t1 tit anequa1nurn ot ro j J5l i1iifi oifiianc- Lictit 18th K iblltrl1Jtuck rass tW v und W JIi Ii njI rnatjuijti1ut fiyt1ThVl4vifa re iCeam WP1J 0e 6il v ItE1 J C5 ttiej ifiig rA iM1i F = a t jIaOWJI 1 iTLj BAllJ d l romlulllSni ft tihg iS200 O Will be i AwavdctlAAlthough four month aw y JIf9IIKState Fair to be held this yeaua fhe splendid l jIGro u lIatOwensboro September 21 tpJSG f3onsrc has already been elghea for Krirkampvs a 1dof ortypieces ttfplay during the tire week Popular concerts aro 1obegven a2ay the band being df such a character as to make iL Se OO l rti1m ifftt mostato tojive features of the weekiDur the next week 6ritwdr the map agement of the FanrwilKbe1 enabli ed to announce the soisohfgha ciabs and novel pl be uzuished whil the Fair roraotlons l1 be different froiritnotitf eVer Before of fered thaipatroBs of a big State Fail in this part of1 the iUnited tp iilS tatesS 44ilSoiriipdTtaafcB vfche fair consid eraAi y ctho JBLaikoadB that they h avearedy announce half fare ratatfrom Ken t oky ng r2ell asspefa rates d Jianae air is pede4to be big everf2ccji4e awarded afid tn k thaee premiu4w1Lbd- argerl than those offerebi ny other State Fair in thecountry ChJBii3wn6 aBly so in t6e Jets rings where 800 wiirbe warded the winners The AssociiiiorJ ias lsoseb aside 2000 for th ShbrK horn qfasses more money than is awarded at any other Stab FairfQTJ a jMinnesota Of ia puis OQill be awarded to Intuoky c 1atloThe handsome catalogues juat issued ISjOOO Qfthem5 aow tliia important ptemiums to b as fol lows v BEEF OATTTBSshortho ns 2 000 of which 1000 gtven by the Shortnorn AssciatiOaHe ords 2 1tL ldah5ogl gt N JItefp Ofttn Aberdeen Angus 900 of Which ia given by tbeAbardeen An gus AssoCic l 1fePuahhrns 650 pf yhjoh2 0 is given by teP- oiiedQurnaTn stsgbcfation Gal loways 300 Red Polls 150 DAIRY CATTLE Jerseys 800 bhqSWINE Berkshires 300 Poland Chinas 800 Duroo Jerseys 250 hester Whites 200 Tan worths 150 S H E E p Shropshkes 150 Bputhdowns 150 Oxford Downs 150 EUmpjhiredowns 150 Ootsvoial50 Dorsets 100 AmericaMarinos100 RRI1 Cheviots100tY of h r spr iiurns of four thbuc andfiye hundred dollars nearly 25 per cent of the total promium fund is offered LIGHT HORSES Light hanjiftgj horses roadsters carriage norgQS gaitedsaddle horses high step ItlitPorobjardn FreneSi and German oQaqhqveInndbayJflackneand y lundred1do1arare AttihaSt t Fair whichwatr- aialioxiisvillelasfe fall the bre de of mules and jacks organized a Stifd ABiloofation and the ApssoV OJatipn will loqk tgJhe success of exhibit this year Mules and aoltErhav no been properly jre cognized in the State Fairs heretofore and it i the intenJjiQa to give them their proper place i- nhcthjli1iUionv Uriusual1y bapdsomo pr3piu are offejd- productaand Jf i gpfd rlIdthe work Of the woW iniu thfliitcben and Sowing ro tir olNiI1- 0 Th1ad jr 1tarytpom 25 Board oYiaile LouiloKGnAlItir1tnEaLANnl tiGpyeabodjL of blorado is f d4iI aid fothe iloodtuiTarprsJ tfh 1Ldp i hil iI ih urUALiUriitU r J BREEDIJIQ x 05IcKinuejvaud family of parvi thi8tyiciuity Aniafaut child ofMr kid Mrs rthur Stbtts hits men quite sick Jotafew days u Ed1 Stbtts Of Gradyvjiilejwas mixing wiVb frfeiuls attbis placo tsW dytgb 0hLrG Campbqll wjison tjlthe sick list lasc week tL John Suggharb purchsedofDr to L Stappon farm nearjSparka ville for three hundred and twen tyifive dollars RTelVm Petty is bucking staves rlMelgonSsilidge lliis weakV i b i i JoePqston andL family who re moved to JeffprdQuviUe a few eeks ago caniQ iftJast Friday nd will make Adair county their future hpnje I J Mr Gus Hundley Albrnys spendmgthis week par enjts at thts place t r Dr JLStapp bohgiitof Bar Patterson one faVm lying on thebauks of Harrodsfqrk for three hundred dollars Wooten t Pulliatn are haying the white oaXtnnbgr Von the farm which theyrecently purchased- olRittife cul llito staves i Before the repent showers it was how we do needa little rain but now tsITa little shine would dcv ndhainiI bblieve th iweeds iv i1 jakiJmYcoti t Miss Lou McKinley of Aetcnfte cQ39tiB visiting her grandfath er Mr Oj W McKipney this week it4j The latest thing ut isthe self shining shoe polish manufactured by RL Campbell Cholera is playing h voo with hogBin thjs vicinity VBfurora w prevehting liog from rnnhing loose J i Nl gel GriBsoIIL aid John Lower called pnourmerchantBlHgt wee Ivan Putt rTsoi of BlieB was mixing withrffienHr at this placa ii few days ago J Wfll JHili 6f OampbyilBvilleT wasliere lat week f J 5EqPEVTNDfNf IN hiTL ii A f jw dysagoJpbhAl Gardner iJWIss Mafy CAvery 6rihcCub Bun feountry eloped to Gallatln Penn and were married The mother of the young ladyr elegiaphecl to arrest the cbupleatfdJhold henruntir8he came bufthetefemony nVcaken placejust few tajduients Bfifore jttie telegram waVrecelvedandassoon as Mrs Ayery found this out she telegraphed to the authorifrigs toreleasBitnem The couple then returned home butt a groom foundalot of trouble In spore for him It is alleged that some time ago Gardner betrayed a young gir in the same neighborhoodunderpqlAis of marriage and whfin Gardnerreturn edsbe went to his homo and declared her rights and intention to remain there So Gardner dh1s bride termined at once tb starry for the W s 4leivinglasthad been sworn out for Sis arrest by the young woman omile had so basely deceived and Deputy Sheriff Isaac succeeded in Interco ptibghim at Bowletts and at once uthlmubdcr arrest and brought him to jail here where his bond was placed at 3500 which is Ijardly probabl that he Tvill be able to furnish Capt fl C Mar 1 oin has been employed to assist In the prosecution and if the case against him canbe upheld his prospects are not very bright Just a few days pre vious to b Is marriage Gatdrierwho is now hardly twentyfive years of age wasdivorcedifronihisfirstwife- Hairt County News Relatlonsbetween capital and labor are growing more strained and tbe tension sharper all pver the country In New York 200000 kboriogmeirare out of work by reason of difference be tween employers and employees in Cblcago25000 laborers are out ona strike with their numbers daUy aug meriting In nearly all tbe larger cl ties shnnarcondltl prevall Cap ital is nyrbere arraying 15selt against labor and labor is unionizing Tbencxt great via wuibcbettyecn these two giant forces God forbid that it stiajl comoln our day or in the lives pi Our cblldren or or our childrehrf children 4r j 4j74 i ni f Si DIED In memory of oUr brother ho de arted from this earth llirci 17 1903 P5flu Bamstay of Frcdbnla Pa Wrltenby J B Rumstay of Butlpr Tcnn Farewell brother sleeps inj peace Neath the mantled sort iiC For thy soul hath found u home HlUp in heaven withGod1 ThereThere angels love tcl dwell Round the throne ofgraccSWhere we hope some day tQ smile On thy Jovlng face SGoodbyeLoved sotond PGOdisWelcome SflowYears alone can EHowwelovedLove you still farewell MOT En SisyEng BIIOiIIERST THiB LEI3ANQNT STBA1VE LAUNDRY WANTS WORK You will be pleased with the promptness and neatness of this lanndry jWork frQm Russell and adjoining counties solicited REID MILLER Agents COLUMBIA KY tI TRY 4 4 OLD PORT iJAVA COFFEE J FULIllOAST WINE BODY And DELICIOUS Y FLAVOR Ea h carton contains a sll versteel tablesppon The tablespoons wUloe tOionOfOL1iPORTlished Ask your gfdcer JG HILHER-C IMPORTER AND ROASTER Loulsvilie Ky I Low aeRatesS r TO u v California Wasliingtpn Oregon t Idaho Montana r 4and Utah VIA BQ7 FOUR Oii Way Colonise Tickets at very ibwiTates on sale daily until 7one lth 1903 inclusive f For full information antI par iculars as to rates tickets limits ecV callo n Agents Big Four Route or address the undersign ed WARREN JLYNCH VvPDEPPE GenlPassTlcketAgt ssrGTACINCINNATI OlIO SJ GATES Qeneral Agent Louisville Ky BELLS HOTEL Lebanon K- uFranKB6llfroDrl6ior 0 This hotel is located opposite the L b IT Depot and is a splendid place at which to stop Good mcalsexcellent attentibn and the rates very reasona ble Trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stockt ards CAITLE Extra shipping 84 60g4 85 Lightshipplng 4 354GO estbutchHtr 425450 Pair to good butchers 3 75425 Conimontomedrnbtchr 3 253 50 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 tbs 70 Pair to good packing 1- 60to20kftis4 t 5 70 Good td extra light 120 to 16 lbs 6 55 8uxEPAND JAlnsI cod lu ettri shipping Sheep 3 754 00 Pair to good 3 25471 tu mon to mediumV 17225r f I T Help Us Lose Money By Buying Your Patent Medicines of Us r 50cWitchBells Pine Tar Honey 15C 12JSawyers ijjPerunac 7cSwamp SUeEJixr Strychnine pint 45c 8CTablets 20cTablets b 6 44 GGSDG4 5 Qnigleys Sarsaparilla G4c J i WeCelery J Wo know theso preparations J areljibst aud sell them under an absolute guarau abtee 00 ++ + Talcum Powder in tin box nicely perfumd5cScribuerP price 15c w harmaoistilln oright City Hall Pharmacy Stsopen1277 Successors to C A Sctibncr Mail Orders Solicited BOBBJTT HOTEL KYJJ rietors1 Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Defcot 5Newly and neatly furnished clean beds Special accommodations for commercial men Hates reasonable Trade of Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited iM WISEMAN SOH + JEWELERS a OPTICIANS Dealers in Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd Opoalte Music Hall LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY NEW BUGGIES We sell the Fisher and Pnoeniz Buggies We also have a nice line of Buckboards ff you are going to buy a vehicle this year it will pay you to see us and get prices before you bu- yBEARD c JACKMAN COLUMBIA KY 7DSTONEI STONE which has becn tried in about one hundred case- sOfhVdrophoblaandoilke bites with good resulfeJT can cite on toniau tl e cases vriteorcaifdite at Duxwoimr Kvrv J DULWoRC 341r THUMB CODfflTO Published Every Wednesday BY THE jdair Bounty NewsSo 1IPiCORPORATED CECA8 tt HAKKIH Edltorl Cemcciatic newspaper devoted to thelnter esta otthe city of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties ntcred at the Columbia FoitoQceas second claaxnail matter WED JUNE 17 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET a For Governor J 0 W BECKHAM L For Lieutenant Governor W P THORNE For Auditor of State- S W HAGER For Treasurer- H M BOSWORTH For Attorney General- N B HAYS For Secretary of State H V McCHESNEY For Supt of Public Instruction- J H FUQUA For Commissioner of Agriculture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals MORGAN CHINN FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER HON C C McCHORD The Louisville Herald is tearing its shirt because a little correspondent of that paper was denied the privilege of ransacking the Secretary of States o ill c e at Frankfort Mr C B Hill who is the Secretary of State has giv en out the following interview covering the incident between Gov Beckham and the correspondent The report of a conversation be tween Mr Riley correspondent o the Herald now stationed a Frankfort and myself which ap peared in the Herald of this morn ing is incomplete So much of it as is given is substantially correct but I made the further statement to Mr Riley that the Governor ex pressly stated to me that if the Herald would send any respect able honest man to Frankfort who would not lie or steal no ob jection to his examining the reo ords of the Secretary of States of ficerelatingto pardons or any other matter would be made and I gested to Mr Riley that it woul save him humiliation and embar rassment if he would so inform the Herald and ask to be relieved The Governor is exasperated because he believes that an effort is being made to misrepresent and injure him and it appears that an at tempt is being made to create the impression on the public mind through the Herald that a very large number of pardons in felony cases have been granted to citizens of Breathitt county during the present administration In fact there have been only seven cases in which pardons have been granted There have been besides restora tions to citizenships and civil rights granted in a number of ca Eosjto persons whose terms hadpre vibusly expired Applications for restoration citizenship are rarely ever refused when it is represented to the Executive by good citizens that the exconvict is demeaning himself according to law and show ing himself worthy of the respon sibilities of citizenship Some conf an incest or something of that nature the application for restoration to civil rights is denied the appli cants life before commission of the crime in such cases usually being unsavory Gov Beckham has restored to civil rights as few peo pie as any of his predecessors I am sure and a much smaller num ber thau were estored by Governor Bradley Gov Beckham has con sidered applications for pardons with a great deal of care and has turned down a number of applica tions which I thought and still think he ought to have granted A military revolution broke out at Belgrade Servia June 10 King Alexander Queen Draga theQueens siEisr and brother the Premier and a number of others were murdered iu the Palace by soldiers Prince Karageorgevitsh long a pretender to tho throne was proclaimed The dis patches indicate that the public approves the l revolan tionistB Sfflfc r k Republican leaders are trying to enthuse the common rank and file of their party stating a graat vic toryia theira in this State next No umber but this however is a game yet to be played We have never known a time when they failed to claim the earth moon and stars It is true that some troubles have arisen in certain parts of the State between Democrats in local con tests but these troubles do not foreshadow defeat for the State ticket They will serve as an incentive to arouse Democrats from the Sandy to the Western end of the Purchase We have our troub les and are competent to settle and wise enough to dispose of them in due time to roll up a good safe majority Democrats know the importance of doing their duty They know the worth to party and State to win the November con test No harder fight was ever made than the one in which Mr Beckham defeated their picked man the clean champion of Boyle as he was styled We are stronger to day fully as determin ed and have as much at stake True it will not be an old time bat tle nor an old time majority but the determination the hope the ambition of Democrats will not permit local troubles personal disputes to lead thbm away from the State ticket when they fully realize the issues that will con front the next State Administra tion It is our judgment that the Republicans are preparing to make a fiery campaign that it will be pitched on a low plane one that will appeal to passions and pruju dice and bring out the whole bri gade If such methods are inaug rated then it will serve to arouse Democrats as it did in the last campaign This is not a year for Democrats to be indifferent It is not the state in which we are al ways asleep We know full well the strength and strategy of our isfanytwill decide for Kentucky weighty issues We have a good ticket able fearless and honest There is no reason why any Democrat should feel indifferent toward any member of it and every incentive to arouse tremendous effort such as will leave no dispute as to the result There must be no stayat home members There must be a clean cl ar understanding of whatsatstake This will devel op in the heat of the campaign nordthat they have a fight to make and a victory to win There is an effort being made by the Louisville Herald and Post to bring out Gov J R Hindman of this town on the Republican ticket for Clerk of the Court of Ap peals We have not heard whether or not Mr Hindman would accept such a nomination besides he has not taken a position political ly to justify the adherents of any political organization to claim him In a conversation a short time ago he stated that he was a high privateindependent with out party affiliation Eld Tobias Huffaker of this county is an announced candi date on the Prohibition ticket to represent Adair and Cumberland counties in the next legislature Mr Huffaker is a gentleman well and thoroughly qualified to make a good representative in every par tioular He is an educated man and for many years has devoted his time to the intellectual and moral advancement of this part of the State He will begin an active canvass of the district at an early date At the Republican meeting held in Louisville last week to indorse Mr Wilsons candidacy for Gov ernor circulars were distributed without the hall headed Echoes of 1897 in which Mr Wilsons letter was given indorsing Mr Weaver over Geo Toad the Re publican candidate for Mayor Pratts friends are singing the fume tune in the country majorityIJudge in the Lebauou district is 1570 Mr Durham plurality in the States Attoruy contest 028 President Roosevelt and his daugther Miss Alice attended the McQbrmuck Hanna wedding at Cleveland Ohio last week It The hearing of testimony was begun in the trial of Curtis Jett and Toni White at Jaokson last Monday Capt B J Ewen was the first and leading witness for the Commonwealth He declared that immediately after James B Marcum was shot he saw Curtis Jett advancing on Marcum with a revolver clutched in both hands Ewen ran from the courthouse door and crossed the street to ward the postoffice As he re turned to the courthouse he saw Jett peer out a side door Later Jett came out and walkedaway with Tom White Four other witnesses testified their evidence in the main corroborating that of Ewen The story of Ewen was unshaken by vigorous crossexam ination on the part of Ben Gold en one of the attorneys for the defense The St Louis Republic an eye witness to the destruction of property by the recent floods remarks as follows While the great Mississippi floods of 1003 have brought a bitter experience of ca lamity t his same experience should tend to better conditions in future years The building of stronger and higher leaves to serve as effective bulwarks against the floodwaters ought to be a certain result of this years teaching The subject of river improvement should also receive a deeper con sideration and more generous treatment at the hands of the Na tional Congress than ever before Mr John W Mitchell Russell county will be an active Prohibition candidate to represent Russell and Casey counties in the next general assembly at an early date We understand Mr Mitchell ia a young man well qualified to fill the position if elected and it goes without further comment that he believes in arresting crime by prohibiting the sale of whIskythe foundation for innumerable troub les An effort is being made by Re lioan leaders of Louisville to have Mr Belknap withdraw from the race for Governor in favor of Mr Wilson The country Republicans are for Judge Pratt and what they will do for the city candidates will be a sufficiency Mr James W Staton of Brooks ville Past Grand Master of Ken tucky Masons was stricken with paralysis at Paris Ky last Wed nesday night just after he had closed an able address at a Mason 10 banquet At this writing Sat urday he is not expeoted to recover The Danville Advocates illus trated edition showing up Centre College Faculty and students was a beautiful piece of printing COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean 18 Washed Wool 24 Beeswax 22 Feathers 44 HIdes Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeng 35C Spring Chickens 12 Old Hens 74 Eggs 10 Dried Apples oooo 3Turkeys 7 Gobblers 5 Geese Full Feathers 11 35 Plucked 62 Ducks 6 This report will be submitted for revision weekly LIVE STOCK AUEKET Reported by the Louis ville Ltv Stock Exchange Bourb n Stock Yards l CATTLE Extra shipping 4 004 8- 5Lightshipping 4 354 60 Best butiherl 4 S54 60 Fair to good butchers 354 2o Common to medium btctir 3 2J3 HOGS Choice packln gand butch ers 200 to BIO lbs C 70 JTalr to good packing ICO toaxjfcs Ii Gppd to extra light 20 to ICOfts v 6 55 t SIDDJ AND LAXBS oodto extrtv shipping Shep 3 trI 67 Falrto goodf 3 254 o nman tomethum X22 j EASY I RIDING 0 Just Received By WF Jeffries Son 8The Nicest Lineoffc Buggies Surries Buckboards Etc L Ever Brought to COLUMBIA MARKET0 Rubbertire buggies have become quite popular and this firm cpr ries the very latest styles in this line of goods A large variety of other makes now ready for inspection This firm will not be under sold Satisfaction guaranteed Remember the place W F JEFFRIES SON OOOOOOOOOOOOTOOOOOa000 0 1 THE r MARCUM r HOTEL f+ COLUMBIA KY 0 f IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN 1 Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven Q tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently 1 1 located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial men V 1 M H MARCUM Propr + 0KJ23 KXJXJKJX S W 0 MURRELL L F TRIPLETT MORRELL TRIPLETT iFuneral Directors and Embalming 1 s ITheIfarnishedIIoo WOODSON LEWIS JAS 0 LEWIS Ufoodsol leUis 8 Bro ARE NOW RECEIVING Four car loads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows HillsidePlows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two car loads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two car loads of two Horse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators One Horse Cultivators Two Horse Corn Planters = FERTILIZERTen car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newslwhen you write IRQGreensburg c y 5Wrlktor cad CANS IGgI r WDIskDrIII ChanAeabIeDfsK01 DI8KFURROWOPENERSMakeperfecteed even in dry seasons The bearings are ow Give rood clearance cant dog and are GRIT PROOF They are as staple as ascythe Last as long as the disk KY eWbttt JiE ft Rave they are made ned aad tool steel caa be detached asecond as Important as a slip share to a Cant work UBURUSAOB 0v J J- I li n mOO1f lU ln tm1m1 fflcKMHTS5 DAYLIGHT STORE IjEVCarpetB Furniture Ruga Mattings Oilcloths Linoleums Shades Laces Awnings Porch Shades IUpholstery Paulines Etc The largest stock in the SouthPrices the lowest Ws Nt MCKNIGHT SONS co tii Z41MGORPORnTBD Gor 4th and Walnut Sts Louisville Kentucky IEr ii ail Ca Y WE ARE DESIGNERS AND MAK ers of Smart Styles for Young Ladies and men l ladies Department Oxford Ties Theatre LastQ300O- xford Ties flub Special200Ox- ford Ties Ideal Kid250Ox- ford Ties French Heel 8150 French Inbon or Military Heels Mens Department Oxford Ties 8200 250 300 and 350 Oxford Ties Boys150W- eare cranks on snappy goods well made the latest styles and one price strictly to all THE HUB 202 W Market St Louisville Brass feet in pavement OOOOOOOOO0OOOO OOO AYo NEW A FARMERS HOME HOTEL COMPANY A INCORPORATEDO All tho Fixtures and Y 2 eXY yORates SI 00 per day 400422 East Market St A A CWCOLE Manager Louisville Ky A oooooooo 0oooooooo Louisville Seed Co WHOLESALE DEALERS IN High Grade Field Seeds aPure German Millet Stock Peas Cane Seed Corn Oats Ask for special prices on corn in carllots J j 232 and 234 2nd St Louisville Kentucky JOHN L WflEflT Secretaro and Treasurer UTICA LIME COMPMYY7NCO- RPORATD 421 West Main Street LOUISVI LLE 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 Etc Enquiries for prices invited Orders promptly filled J B MONTGOMERY WITH FLOYD BOHR WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF Saddlery and Harness AND JOBBERS OF SADDLERY HARDWARE AND LEATHER 649 W Market Street and 241 Seventh Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BKES8 J AI1ID SBBBSHAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell them I can furnish you anything in Saddlery Buggies and Farm Machine ry Call and see me fJ W JAOKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY EL HUGHES 60o 9 JJtttrSASHDOORS BLINDS AND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY mm mm Wimm1 Jffi IJ l 1 Hos 524 526 and 528 W Market Street EO0JJISVJtlt E NTT THE PKOGKESSIYE STORE Four Floors 49 by 128 feet filled with Carpets Rugs Wall Paper Pictures EtcI It pays to visit this store if you want t6 buy cheap good i k r s t f PERSONAL MENTION t Mr W F Hancock was quite sic last week Mr and Mrs Huna were in Greens burg Monday Mr Walker Bryant ot Sano was J here last SaturdayM0 R Hoskins and wife were In Co lumbia last MondayIlItrs L L Eubank who has been quite sick is improving Mr J D Murrell who was quite sick last week is improving Miss Nina Marcum visited in Jame- town the first of the week Mr Eollin Hurt was in Edmonton last week taking depositions Mrs E G Atkins is visiting Mrs P A B Gowdy of Campbellsville Mr E L Feese and wife visited relatives in Columbia last week J L McKechnie Monticello traveling salesman was here last week Prof J W Ratcliffe begun his second class of writing last Monday Capt W W Bradshaw is spending several weeks in Eastern Kentucky Mr John Q Alexander Campbells d ville was here Friday enroute home Miss Adaline Boyd of Salem Ky is visiting her sister Mrs Allen PIle Miss Fannie Meader of Campbells ville is visiting friends and relatives M Rey Yarberryand the Misses Todd visited Miss Laur a Johnston last Holland and Joe Simpson of Breeding spent Sunday night in Co lumbia Miss Katie Murrell visited in James town from last Friday until Tuesday afternoonMr Hill traveling salesman of Campbellsville was in Columbia last WednesdayMr Neat has just returned from a successful trip into Tennessee for Otter Co Mrs Rollin Hurt Mrs L C Hurt and Miss Minnie Triplett visited Mrs Josh Butler Sunday Edgar C Lewis and R G Coppag- Bradtordsville traveling salesman were here last week J C Norris who has been visiting in Illinois returned to his home near f Breeding last Sunday Mr E G Atkins reports that the grocery business is good and that he is getting his share of ordersIMr O C Morrison called in to se us last Monday Mr Morrison will be 87 years old his next birthday Mr E Epperson of Louisville vis ited Mr J J Epperson his grand father at Montpelier last week J W Hoskins and wife of Camp bellsville are in Columbia Mr Hos kins is here to superintend the makin of brick for the bank and college Rev E N Metcalfe and family r turned last week from a visit to relatives and friends at Mt Washington Mr J O Russell and wife went ao Campbellsville last Thursday Mrs Russell remained for a weeks visit Miss Mabel Atkins this place was delegate to a meeting of a missionary band gathered in Louisville last week Mrs D C Palmer and Miss Bena Harrison of Ashley Ill are visiting their sister Mrs W A Coffey of this city rMr Wm Coleman and his of Nashville Tenn are visiting family of Mr Sam Allen and otherI relativesMr A Taylor of the Montpelier neighborhood is confined to his room and it is thought thathe is threatened with typhoid fever G M Miller Tompkinsxille candi date for the nomination for Circuit Judge passed through here Saturday enroute to Jamestown attend court Mrs Mary Bell Dunbar of Creels boro is visiting her sister Mrs W H Wilson She was accompanied to Columbia by her son Cameron Dun bar Gov J R Hindman T E Stults and C S Harris will meet Rev C R Payne at Creelsboro Thursday in t educational meeting and will be pre cot at all the other appointments inIt Russell county Judge W W Jones Hon H C Baker Eollin Hurt F E Winfrey Jas Garnett Jr Gordon Montgome- Judge Junius Hancock Messrs J and C H Murrell W D Jones and W Johnston went to the Jamesto court the first of the week Mr Jas W Nelson who served Capt John Adairs Company Conf r crate army is now visiting in ti county He is a native of Gradyville and now resides in Texas Mr Gall er Bryant is the only exsoldier in Adair county who served with him Mr J A Parsons who has been running a saw and planing mill for Humphrey Bros at Hartwell Casey county for the last three weeks returned home Saturday The above- mentioned firm Is doingfa large lumber business and bas fully two million feet standing untouched Mr Fred Robertson who left hero ten days ago for Oklahoma returned Friday night He says Oklahoma may be a fine country for some people but it is too sickly for him The water is bad the air heavy giving him a tiled feelingand a longing for his old Kentucky home Fiiidlog that he could not stand the pressure he turned his face in this direction and upon his arrival was given a hearty welcome e The following ladies of Columbia witnessed the base ball at Campbells notIigentlemen as it is said about seventy flue were in attendance Mary and Lena Todd Carrie Page Maggie Robertson Mar focuminnie Hudson May Pickett Mabel Atkins Mrs W E Bradshaw Mrs R P Browning Mrs E G Atkins Lieut Gov J E Hindman Rev C E Payne and Mr T R Stults ed from their canvassing tour soltc ing aid for additional school buildings travelssa r of speeches and met with fair success Mrs J C Pelly and daughter Miss Arlie ofPellyton and Miss Pearl Neat of Garlan paid the News office a visit last Monday afternoon Capt Logan Strange and Mr Burr Huddleston of Burksvllle were here Monday night JOTTINGSi Fix up your stock for the Fair If you want fresh news read The News Inviting premiums will be at the Columbia Fair If you want to pay your subscription to the bridge call on C S Harris The street leading to the new school building will be a good one when com platedcoAn old time singing is billed to take place at the Christian Churcb this city next Sunday Remember that a big stock sale will beheld the first Monday in September at the Fair grounds Cut worms got in their work last Thursday and Friday the weather be ing just to his likingk ecnecessary in order to keep warm Life is full of troubles it is also full of joys There are plenty of pretty ofed Kentucky In this world it is always too hot or too cold for some If iris not to their liking over the river it will probably be a little too warm only The loss in the wheat crop may be overcome in the yield of corn At any layet crop We are requested to state that the pPicketting and a base ball game will be the attractions Mogs donee y the great flood I have a fine jersey cow with a fine heifer calf 4 days old Will sell at a reasonable price saThe funeral of Amanda E Murrell who was the wife bf John R Murrell will be preached by Rev Jessee L Murrell at Tabor Church Thursday July 2d at 11 oclock a m Mssbifrtathe m ce of the brides aunt Mrs J E Chilton in Louisville last Wednesday evenin All the parties are known here Quite a number of Columbians witnessed the match game of base ballyCampbellsville last Thursday They report that the Campbellsville boys did well but the Nebraska Indians did weller Our free advertising column means that where a patron can tell in three lines what stock he has for sale wants to buy It does not apply to farms wagons or anything but stock Bear this in mind- en evneopen is now at this office matters not what is needed in printI- ng material we have it Orders tram a distance are promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed schcolhouE se was e toWMt was be upinountyis CorrespondentswillpleasemailthU e r office Friday night The paper is made up ready for the press Mond night Letters coming in late arelastcompelled to lie over until the ing week We have just bought a job lot of th highest grade of Treasury Linen note payer 75000 sheets 5 and you paper If you want a neat paper ti will not cost yen above common stocktipsWe bought it low It goes low wont last long so send 1n your order Mr Caswell Saufiey ofjStanford son of Judge M C Saufley and a nephew of Mrs J H Grady this place won first prize in the annual June oratori cal contest between the literary socle ties of Centre College His subject wasWrongRlghtedu WANTED A niceyoung lady for dining room topRCUM TAX NOTICE Tax books for 1003 are out Corns rward and settle F W MILLEK Sheriff NOTICE On July 1st we begin to take ou annual inventory Before that closeton goodsdand all seasonable goods Now is your time to get bargains 2t RUSSELL 8r MUKKELL PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY Z T Williams Creelsboro WHC Sandidge Oak Forest A H Baugh Pleasant Huh J F Roach Red Lick G W Montgomery Moreland JF Barger Union Chapel E N Metcalf Cane Valley A L Mell Elroy T F Barber Tabor G Lawless Pleasant View L Adkins Clear Spring dJ Debord Cool Springs T HUffaker Hutchinson Schoolhouse W B Cave Big Creek We arc informed that an unfavora ble comment has been started in this unty against a purchaser of staves which would tend to implicate him in the passing of counterfeit bills The foundation for this statement so we have been told is said to be a state ment in The News of the third in menrbeen in the stave business and claim as we understand that the counterfeit came into their possession in receiving pay their goods Now we want all to now that we intended no reflection on the purchaser of the staves We d not know who or how many were buying staves but in the volume of business of this kind that any man unless he be an expert might receive and pass a spurious bill or a small number of them and never know it We regret that any one would miscO- nstrue or misapply our language so as t reflect on any man for nothing of that kind was intended in our statement but absolutely to the opposite the the bills were received and passed innocent parties in the transaction ofI business Every man engaged in the stave business in this section so far as weinow is above the slightest suspicion of any dishonorable acts W had no other thought in the language above quoted than to show that the assing of the bills was without a of their character Monday was the first day of circuit court in Jamestown and fewer people were In attendance than at any previous meeting The afternoon was taken up by speeches from the candidates seeking the Republican nomina lion for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney Business was u usually dull for circuit court with th merchants and other lines however the reprerentatlves of The News did a satisfactory work Mr Junius Hancock in a short and well chosen speechat JamestownMon day withdrew from the race forth Republican nomination for Circuit Judge He stated that his withdrawal was due to ill health he being i such a condition as to be prevents- romf making an active canvass of theI district He further stated that withdrawal was not in the support fullygasAabove stated The base ball game at Campbells ule last Thursday was a onesided affair The Nebraska Indians were in fine trim and played ball from start to finish the score standing twentyfly- to five against Campbellsville large crowd witnessed the game whir was played without a jar We take that Campbellsville did not expect erwin knowing that they were u against professionalsc Harvesting of wheat is progressing nicely in this section The weather is fine for the work and in nearly every field the binder is in motion We haveI made inquiry from farmers in dillerero parts of the country and from theMstatements the crop is 60 per cent under an average in quantity and provably the same in quality It is aIshort crop in this section and an ina ferior quality Mr W W Morehead of Burksville who was a passenger on the train th laest Wednesday is certainly a man of iron nerve With a deep gash in his head and both legs broken he dictated a isletter to his wife and upon reaching Louisville where his limbs were s etthe aapminute- St heIt This office has the best and mo stationen n tucky We have received in ti statioisn papers can please you in any kind of a job and take care of your interest when itcomes to prices Invitations to the marriage of Mr William Foster to Miss Lora Triplett Grant at Louisville havebeen receivy ed here The ceremony will take place at the Palace Hotel the yams of the Intended bride today The couple will reside at Evansville i The will of Mrs Speed stands as she made it but the case may be carried to the Supreme court Mrs Wilsons Will has also been attacked and wheth er or not it will stand the test of law aemains to be determined There is only one safe way it seems to us lor people who have money or valuable property to leave and that is to dispose of it before leaving this world of sin and sorrow Both these ladies be quathed a portion of their holdings to institutionsf their desires arc carried out and if so it will be after a hard fight has been made to set the wills aside Why not give the money as the will directs to the individuals and Institutions while the spark of life remains Why not endow an institution and see it grow Why not give to the church ana to charity while living and see the cause prosper and take on new life Use your money as you think best but if you would have it placed as you desire the best time is to place it put ic to work before you pass over tbe river A very pretty wedding occurred in the parlors of the Marcum Hotel last Wednesday afternoon the contracting parties being Mr Garland Shrove and Miss Fannie Moss of Greensburg The ceremony was beautiful and impressive and was pronounced by Rev E N Metcalf who is a special friend of the popular couple Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Shreve left for Greensburg accompanied by Mr Wm Mitchell and Miss Ellen Moss who were the attendants There was no objections to the mar riage and thG ceremony would have been performed at home had the min ister selected been present Woody Henderson a character Adair county people can well afford lose left for Indiana a few days ago after receiving orders from parties in paafterinto his house and orders given to the to move were also obeyed We are no informed that the house has been rased to the ground Henderson stands indicted and his departure from the county is no loss and brings comI fort and relief to that community Tuesday evening of last week Mr W H Crutcher of Louisville was married to Miss Mary Buford Wood ToWood Lebanon The bride is a niece Judt8 e tJas Garnett of this place The coup betweepa We are informed that the bridge to be built over Russell creek on the Juley or t fund will accommodate tbe guarantors by paying said subscriptions at an date We want to be ready to pay th amount agreed upon when the bridg- et completed Call on C S Harris who will receipt for the amount paid A great offer We will send the daily Louisville Times six months the WeeKly CourierJournal six and the Adair Count News one yea to one or separate addresses for 9200 toee and August Now is the time to subscribe The Louisville Times is the best afternoon daily published in Louisville We will send It and the Weekly Cour MateCounty one year for 8200 The regular price of the Times alone is 200 for six months Send in your aubscrt thde Summer months crowdof at splendid program has been arranged and people from all sections will be in attendance There will be splendid music brass and string bands having been employed for the occasion Quite a number of speakers will be present returAag secur Sup1tm es journalP and is fast to the front as a young man full of business Circuit court is in session at Jamestown There is but little business docketed for this term Judge Jon organized the court in the forenoon onday and the remainder of the day teswasoccupidebpBepublicancandldawho positions they seek Mr Edwin Hurt has bought mill machinery for corn grinding and will engiuae corner next to Bradshaw and Jones undertaking estbllshment and ho pes to be read for business in a week or so Sam F Eubank this place is inventor of a churndasher th evidently bring him good money has two revolutions and with It butter can be made ni three to five minutes In due course of time it ywllbe upon the market isThe suck sale to be held in Septem her will be open Tor the sale of horses mUlesjacksandjennetts Ifyou want to enter address W H Hudson Pile Bros who recently bought a 6 horse power gasoline engine now has it doing work His a nice mover runs like it was greased In life insurance a man should place his money where he can get the beat returns The Connecticut Mutual is the Company See J E Murrell Dont forget that the Columbia Fair will be held August 18 10 20 and 21st lam now selling my entire stock of goods at cost Scott Montgomery For nice rubber tire buggies and first class harness go to Wo F Jeffries Son It you want a flrstclass buggy surrey buckboard steel or rubber tire also harness at any kind call on H W PHILIPS Liberty Ky Work has begun on the Methodist School Building it will be completed by Sept 15 1003 and we must have the money ready to pay for it therefore we ask everyone to pay up their subscription at once Building Com By N M Tutt Treas It is said that Mont Brockman o Adair county arrested in Hot Springs Ark for deallngin counterfeit money will not be returned to Kentucky that he will confess and ask for the shortest term The trial of the White boys at this place arrested upon the same charge has again been put off until next week PROM TEXAS June 0 1003 EDITOU NEWS I dont see how a Kentucky man can run a hotel or on any other business successtully without the Adair County News so you will please find enclosed 8100 for the News one more year Wheat is good this year The Dallas News predicts 18000000 bushels for the State this year Just blessed with good rain Cor and cotton are small but plenty time forwardtoIm not pleased with the way the editor of The News done me and my rt of the State by not paying me a I looked but all in vain Im spotware now been real pleasant all summer so far Spur up the Cane Valley correspondents if you please and oblige yours C DOnONEY BREEDING Wheat in this locality is very good J Q Alexander was here Thursday The Educational Committee of th cblaThey intended to speak here but as the appointment was not understood they went on to Burksville E G Atkins was here last Monday Another Democrat made his appearance at the home of Mr G W Dillon June 6th throngeh e from Burksville J M Taylorsold to Arthur Eoup one tract of land lying on Caseys Fork creek Price unknown Rev Whitton Presiding Elder of preachrodist Church last Sunday nightJThere will be a picnic at Sulphur Spring on June 20th There will bespeaking and the committee promises to keep good order Singing at the Methodist Church SundayrThere will be a basket singing at JunepGRADYVILLE usycrop tobacco was set inc this vicinity Last Friday was the coolest day fo June ever known here C S Walkup of Green county was here last weekc lasnt J A Diddle and Prof G B Yates attended the ball game In Campbells ville Chatman Brownings team ran oIl last week with him while he was cutting wheat and did considerable dam age to the machine Mr Browning and the team was not hurt cornes bined horse of Geo Rosenfield for 880 Mr Geo Nell and wife of Columbia passed here last week enroute for Red Boiling Springs Tenn whey they will spend severel weeks A B Wilmore of Greensburg spent one day at his old home last week J D Walker and wife and Miss Sallie Diddle of Columbia spent sever days of last week here attendpRev A L Mell Is holding a meeting here Bro Mell is an able preacher asatcrow Miss Susan Grissom of Bliss is vis itiug relatives here Uncle Thos Keltner was in town last week and informed me that he bought rat trap of J J Hunter a short time ago and the first sitting he caught twenty big wart rats Who can beat him Uncle Thos is now 70 years old Miss Pearl Pendleton a popular young lady of Sulphur Well visited her brother last week Rev James Deboard and family at tended quarterly meeting in Metcalfe county Saturday and Sunday Dr SA Taylor one of the1 est physicians and gardeners informed us that he pulled two lolls of hiapotatbaa t i and found 16 potatoes in one and 67 i the other The size is not taken into consideration Revs Grant and Van Hoy of Cane Valley stopped over night on their pNellland county last week with a nice lot ot cattle which tbey bought at 4c They bought a car load of fat hogs of J H Kinnaird at 5c and will ship toal Louisville Misses Dollie Dohoney and Nellie Mercer of Milltown visited Miss Irene Yates Saturday night largebarntractor Mr Ed Yates of Portland is having wonderful success fishing His broth er W C Yates informed us that he weekfof Memphis Tex is visiting her sister Mrs NVL Ellis Vance of East Fork visN ted relatives here last week Mrs W L Grady has been confined several days with fever Mrs Sam Baker died Sunday of consumption trIpfromsome excellent work in tuning instru struments Mesdames J W Keltner and J W Sexton were on the sick list last week Mr Henry Moss of Bakerton stopped over night last week and informs us that the stave business was good teedingher leavne room We have a better prospect this year for corn tobacco oats and hay than we have had for a number of years If the weather keeps warm we will certainly be a favored people R T McCaffree was here last wee surveying town lots We are not certain whether we will have anothe store or a bank put up It is hard to keep good people down- 2LILLTOIVN Born to the wife of Jim Hatcher a sonMiss Kate Rudd is visiting relatives near Greensburg birtheLinley near Green rker Saturday week Stricken down by a cyclone from a clear sky was the home place of A B Henderson Friday night The house was left a total wreck G T Sherrill of Columbia his sister Mrs Lizzie Thomas Monday night agterMr Bob Bumgarner who has been very sick Is no better A surprise birthday dinner was given to Mrs Dessie Thomas Saturday Mr John Lowe and family were ine our town last week Miss Maggie Cundlff of Cane Val ley is visiting Miss Fannie this week KNIFLEY Wheat is ripening for the harvester and all kinds of grass is growing Mr John Arnold is quite sick with rheumatismMr Murrell of Cane Valle visited the families of S K and Willie Hnmphress a few days ago Mr Lon Pendleton had a fine mare killed by lightning last week She was standing under a tree with two oth erMr animals but it did not hurt them It not strike the tree JrR It seems that our vicinity demands attention of the government offii as we see them passing around our Ozark stock law man againiMrs Sue Ann Tucker is thought to be improvingi THE LEBANON STEAM LAUNDRY WANTS WORK You will be pleased with the 1laundryVorkadjoining counties solicltedD REED MILLER Agents alOLUMBIA KY ITKE NOTICE All advertisements of land for sale or rent will be charged regular rates We will insert in our Farmers free column only the sale of stock and farm produttsfor actual subscribers If want to sell your lands and desire the same advertised in the News itwill cost you 10 cents per line for first insertion and 5 cents for each addition unless otherwise ordered as display matter A man named Cravens charged atJamestown byJaysonwho is the jailor of Russell county was notified and he came and got the prisoner CLOYDS LANDING SamCaryof measles WhitefarmGeo Armstrong will erect a handsome residence near tbe church D W Cloyd has returned from Bowling Green where he was juror in the Federal court Vasherehas some choice oil lands leased Wm Dufford oil operator accident ally got two of his fingers mashed off seriouslyillJ E Hickerson who was a prominent school teacher of this place died of consumption Mrs Dora Gary is very sick of measles There are several cases in the has returned from Louisville where he went to enlist aid in the development of oil lands He somek oilcreported broughttwelVeand will do a lot of drilling this fall A pipe line to this point is assured lELIX Since the rain has ceased farmers are very busy and report a good pros pectWheat is ready to be harvested which shows that there is more than an average crop Mr Frank Hughes of McKinney called to see our stare men last week meetingdJoseph Smith and wife of Ono and Arthur Stanton visited here a flew days o passedthr011Mr Porter Gaakins has returned from Adair county- B A Coffey has returned from Som M H Bernard made a trip to Spark ville Saturday mThere will be childrens day here in July MONTPELIER We have had an abundance of rain Wheat harvesting Is in full blast The crop is thought to be good D A Taylor and T G Hadley are themyWillis of this city is yisiting her aunt Mrs S P Miller of Zion Avilee Taylor and sister Miss Cordie were in Columbia Wednesday- Mr Forest Bradshaw and Joe Williams were at Jamestown Saturday Vie and Gertie Murrah were visiting Misses Lava and Cordie Tay lor Sunday Several from this place attended the childrens exercises at Mt Pleasant All report it a very enjoyable affair Childrens exercises will be held at Pleasant Hill the third Sunday morn Rev A H Baugh will preach in the afternoon Everybody come Mrs Lucy Carter of Stanford who ZiThome Saturday LLAttorney CHRYand Real Estate Dealer Writesdc collections and practices in the Courts CLOYDS LANDING KY t READ AND KEEP POSTED h THE LOUISVILLE DAILY TIMES SIX MONTHS THE V WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL SIX MONTHS THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ONE YEAR ONLY 200 Write The News or see our Representative FANCY JOBWORK SPECIALTY Lo r 1e i ICOMMERGIAL lirus t irttic fr local purjH Ies r earnestly reccwusteuds to the voters pt the State to vote for same at the vnextlfovomher election Indorses the work of the Kentucky 3LatbttAssoclattonfor the purpose of securing for the State of Kentucky a crwlitable display of its resources s soil products si the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and urgently reccommends jt an appropriation by the Legislature at its next biennial session to swell the Tund that is being raised Reccommends an appropriation by ithe next General Assembly to enable the State Geological Department to resnme geological survey work all over the State and that there should be established under this department upon a broad and liberal plan a State Board of information and Immigration concerning the resources and advan tages of this State also the establish Iil if ment under this department of estry bureau for the protection o our existing trees and to provide for planting of others Urges officers of the law State and n local to use suchefforts as will forever stamp put the fend and any and all lawlessness ia any part of the and Esteeat call on all good citizens irres poet officerTs andm support en i couragement to this end Urges upon the Senators from V tucky and Repriesentatlvesin the importance of the improvement the General Government of the river and other navigable streams the State and requests their ear efforts in securing from Congress appropriations as Kentucky is it thRegardsparamount interest of the State lDdsbould wants school system to be expanded and improved until every district interthe State will be able to provide ti T log ample for all the children and enough for the best t Beccommends that all the cpun Lies m the State engage In a friendly i 1rylIi building and maintaining t elittle very best possible roads believing that inasmuch as Kentucky possesses road fiiaking materials superior to those any other State our system of p roads should likewise be thetimr best Favorsrapid extension of our pIes ent system of railways operated Imy steam and electric power as an portent factor in State development Recommends that the L sla theturefor Capitol buildings and that they built as soon asposslbleWIr Earnestly requests the continued cooperation of the press of the Stile matters relating to State development ANOTHER GRAB GAME BEGINS Iuvieyio1tbecommonplace enoroNI mity of the federal pension graft Inci she dent to the civil war the country imay pain be in a state of moral obtuseness which canregard with Indifference the markable fact that 65000 Americanta citizens fOr the most part young Idelectdc healthy have applied for pension s 15iaculons Vsyfldicrs of th brief brush withS Of this number which about to kic cents theactual fighting strength rife Americans in Cuba 13000 have Only L peen favorably acted upon and of thousandswlirtie True the climatic conditions inadtiquate sanitation qf the Amerl can camps in Cuba to say nothing the embalmed beef were calculated to Jeavebehlpd them undermined con stitutibnsnnd chronic diseases j jalldue allowance for very heavy centage of those thus afflicted Jt preposterpusipsuppose that one h of thc Spapish war Vetcrans applying fbra pension have the sllghtestclr aimRussell cTbetbeoien lkepe tinacJtr oCt eJ1D data Ecrupuious pension agent whose slimy trail would defile the very altar of J iri il5nL The calculation is m Ithatrbcfore thepresentiscal year fnllynnehalfofthe men who w eraSomerset enlisted for JellealoeQqfuj Toot a fev of whom 1oillJ3pcoast of Cuba will bave asked JJ sam foraittrnsibnTrThlsrecord Is s dIto surpass that for four years follow the Ins and blooly war between l state There ttli6sd ijqF lTJ vs9et rtps ceased to idealize the American iltfcas ventlon in Cuba as a beautiful exam 1 pie setH cliSsst xJaulnfen ofvilfiferof 901 snatching her latest born from thO men Hcrodlc hands of tyranny To them our army offlberctlbnJs lnTested iitb A uetthewings A wliolesolenensiqn crused9 1 Instigated by professlonal penWn JlriIet= aftermath of a war that had ranch motive to make It horlctllyglnrl It utrold b eay nteh YhJi ulhli the mrJ rlty of youzX Arm nexus xvlto went to the front in definco or Cuba lions were not actuated by the mo tives ot the adventurer and pension grabber The Constitution does not believe majority of them were actuated sordid or unworthy motives speaking for the southern volun we believe the ideal of liberty wa sin his heart But the pension agent has a plausible tongue and tbe promts- a otItgovernment gratuity Is alluring weak human nature The Spanish war pension rush has already eacee the bounds of decency It is spectacles of this kind which lend force to the oftheard charge the age is utterly sordid ynredee by a healthy sentimental quality If war is a mere trade and soldiers mere hirelings to be incited to deeds blood by bounties and stibsequenti alatheThere is always politics in pensi and it is politics which threatens repeat the civil wars scandalous lp stop record in the case of the late war with Spain There is a field for hone statesmanship in seeing that the new pensions are bestowed apa leg lit t basis Without doubt man the applicants have legitimate clef metr Atlanta ConstItution bygrew theclaim n Itblosays pest whenneat the Psuchthe taile open weather till late in spring which the work of spraying be prosecutedVigorously It is the normal habit of the insect to wInI in the round as a pupa but in our linlongwarmfallnbe Insect sometimes transforms to the moth and pairs in the late weeks of the season the tovaltbe eggs w doubt remain unimpaired till spring when they batch early The moths are frequently ascending as layingllCeggs e people havtewaked up to necessity of spraying some of worms are already well grown and oiittrees not King actually stripped of ir leaves by toe worms and the pioeinsects to makethe eat eDotobeBone over next spring inorstofal lExper1encesiye Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will beyour last Such was the experience orMrs S H Decatur Ala For 3yt writes JI endured insnffera from indigestion stomach and bowel trouble Death see edjneYjar esrean At length I was Induced to try hitters arid the jesultwas mh I Improved at cure and now Farllyainer stomach andbower incubiea medictof50c Guaranteed by druggists herKENTUCKY FAIRS J t OllldaclWQofi Guthrie July 29 4 daysJJbel OthnjjrweIsanItShepbcrdsvllle Au ustl814 laps j SprIngs Aug 11 4 days C61umblaFairAugiilt584days r apsvIlle Augustrl9 4 days ed Springfield Fair August 26fpur 0 Liberty August 26 Life 7ieat3sSept 1 2 3 4 daandyg ys Kerituckrstate pwansbbp- oleSeptembpr21 dale rabullet6 dll t i Henderson September 296 days Loniavillt e o wih gOtot h t Qtt8 with tJie Sin apeaIrtnu n e 9Qnfederot tettcent one of the best fcnowix land in Graves county is d1llethree ileclDeriicicracy means contln w gaDtIh4rItiq1entucky If sotrieof the Ica sent into refit ement jaw inANEATPROGRAM JUQwtlat the Dedication Ceremo niesurthj Louisiana Purchase Expo sltion the Worlds Fair arc close at band the public Is commencing to wonder what St Louts has to offer in the way of entertainment to out of town visitors Tbebgo out a sizeleerofficio program of these ceremonies is a modern piece of work in every torespect printed in green and red with gray antique cover and high grade en deddeCopies will be gladly furnished on application thatLIRWJIT AgentmodGEO L GAnnETT Traveling Passenger Agent ofHenderson Saute enLoulsyIHe Ky Backache pains in the joints swell g of the feet headache vasstomachetroables and general debillr ty are generally caused by diseases or perenThe most efficient remedy known to kidney complaints Sold byMCra evens buyhave used a number of your diner eat remedies andean say they are just as represented and will do What you Of courSe we must give them begshe will be rewarded by regaining her health Ifany lady wants m personal experience with the Opal1ne Remedies and also what they have donetor some mhise Sincerely Yours Mrs J H Coffey An unknown man committe- icide by hanging himself in abyNew York womans house Bites and stings from Insects and swelling from any cause is quickly cure ed with Dr Classes German Perietra ing Liniment Sold by M Cravens ibrCap Joseph A Carberry a for men T3 rnmany leader died and denly inNew York Germsthehou9thee thaGyothe eJl on one that Is expected of a good liniment d by M Cravens The strike of carpenters at PhiL adelphia has been settled by com If you get up inthe morning with a pain in the back Are you restless in sleep Do you have to rise dur he Dight do yon feel careworn a4ddu11AOiiteurenergy If should lose no thee 1n ptoetiriagtiay UBa Iris just the remedy you iieed Jandpn that will gfve you relief Sold rbleJudging from the many blooms that now itbe bushesj we will have athpleeupplp bf bTackberresth1s year and there is not a gamily but what wjirV joice Tfipse goqd things supplied by the blackberry crop jam wine cordial and preserves have been very scarce for several years Driven to Desperation Living at an out of the Tvay place remote from civilisation a family i ten driven to desperation Incase o resulting in burns cuts ulcers etc Lay in isuppl- Bueklena Arnica Salve Its th a on earth 25c at all drugstore n account of a Strike at the go Beach Hotel tneguesVs forced to go into thekiiph n forage for tlieir dinners Tlie Happiest YornansN Is the hardworking one The boa I satasf action comICs ofservice perter Only It Is neeessary to keep wels regular and the organs actives f Theres nothingflkfngDKngft aw 2ii Pills for that They renffef ser gently yet thoroughly 25 cents all Larne stores j Will Boston t yqung farmer wasn founoi dead in a fold neat Green qlqse to Lexington with a r1 wound in his head Striking EvtdHnce J Fresh tetlmrinyn great numbers i constantly coroing iatleclarintt Dr JNew Discoreryfiit 9fiasnmptioe coughs and colds to be unequaled A expre jloix iroro i jrMcFar Bentonvire Va C4esasexam 1JIewiitcsliIhad bronchitis fez yearn and acctoretfaiJWetim e H tuout beingY enedtter7 irlLgIt fb taking Dr lttu s New JDisc6Very hwi tWJVi cwrUd me elTer fIJi tltRgc3nd sf troubles c inssuniptioM PflCP1Jt Sihd dtM llt Guarj t K4hvdrug rwltottliWm i iWviilaPMz- e50candVDffab aI Idrug Btortf 11ft rtH11 ti ii i k rlaftcjrziv001tAr61j r Ly The post office department a r veryOIcorruption The pivil service law offs boon trampled und r foot clerks have been paid extravagant salaries without authority of law favored patty workers have been carried on the payrolls and no work required of them and officials have shared with contractors the profits of jobs lot at exhorbi tant prices An engagement is about to be made between the Bnrley Tobacco Growers Association and the Louisville Tobac co Warehouse Company by which th entire output of the Bur tobacco districts of Kentucky Indiana Ohio and West Virginia will be handled In Louisville The association rise organization of farmers which will buy from the growersat a standard price fixed for five years in advance The warehouse contract involved the handling of 140bod hogsheads in each year The Burley Tobacco Growers Assocla tion contracts are not in force until they have been signed by grow ors a number which will sssure the outr put The association has beady cured 30000 names and the officers say that there is not the iesst doubt t that they will obtain a sufficient dumber to make the contracts binding before the next crop is ready for the market The primary object of th association is the prevention of price cutting and it is a popular tdoveinent ot the farmers for their selfprotection Thirtyfour of the ortynBlght growing counties have been organ ize and others are being added constantly The Drovers Journal say that the explanation of the current high prices founddn the Treasury Departmenttwbicb show a total exportation of 6075068 pounds of mutton1 in the last eight months against only 253381 pounds for the same petlodlast yearTotal ex ports of dressed mutton foe the month of February were 215701 pounds against 43491 pounds the same month last yeat This iAAs6 frpqi Amer ice is one td the shortage of mutton in buyeraof American mutton It is b rdlitaidQexp se end punish te little thieves in the Post pfflce Department at Woshlngton an llct thebfgIenesgoicee- t l THE WABASH LINE Say are you going to attend the CUristian E iieivur Meeting Denver Got June 9tu to 15th If siwe cnn quote pun very law round trip rate r from Denver to Ian Francisco Los Angeles and San Diego also Yellow Stone National Park YoUmay wish to go to San Francisco to attend National Encampment Grand Army of the Republic August 17 ih to 22ad if not you will want to go some place North East or west for a summer trip Ask your local agent about the WABASH he wIll tell you we run almost every where underslgneeyou get all the information you may ask W Greene- D PA Wabash B R Louisville Ky Dr A P Taylor of One pf the der funct Lexington Investment Cos who got three years for embezzling the funds and who Is in the Lexington jail pending a declson of the court of appeals is carrying on his profession while in his colt He had a largo prac tice and a majority of bid patients who not wholly believe In his in nocenceof the charge as embezzlement burin his ability asa physician call on him in his cell at the jail at stated intervals during the week when he examines them and prescribes writteneW Yerkes at urgetw from the race for the republican nomination for Bellsdnap is to cline President Roosevelt is again in Washington after having carried out to the dot the schedule for the two months tour arranged by Secretary Loeb Crowds lined the Presidents way to the White House where an dress was made in response to tbe wel come to thepeopleof Washington 8VEDBvUB positivelyColds Bro chitis Asthma Pneu LaGrippe CoughEvery booStTrial RUSSELl SPRINGS HOTEL J H Payne Proprietor A Home for health seekers Splendid Fare- Rates reasbnable1 Address 3 IIPayniBi I Russell Springa lay J6WWWE BROSGOj WHOLESALE eats Caps and Strawhoods frLOUISViLLE KY Youye cw3iftlly invited to cell in and she our line when ifl the city Take The NewS and keep posted on the happenings of Southern Kentucky ews and CJoiiriero Journal for 150 JPATTERSON HOTELIY J etl7 1iesip0w jj PTHaij t r placftcaB betfgnpd thusr tthfj jJbjvejjarrxwlhotfer nf itfrsiH qtfdttltnfiitlihtei IR rsIFthh ti pPlied ti fcPJ iff fJrFJftSb tGfri pucunnpctlttrf J f H1J Bo 1 tvT1JIt fN L j1 t t n tjuUL A 01 9i 20ollmo aG4 UgUfit frI f JtBiiltau lii rJl LI i1 It a StHTtmidays Eeinembertte datebit t rr rS 4Orl Qyi2i151 i 2 lf r uiun a gYtttFurnishedlArn9Jican PlanSiQO PHi DavlIIt 16 DOi6f S tlUt6I AALS 25c NIG BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West arkat StraetJ Louisville KGlltllGU 1Home Telephone 3189 Cumberland Tel 3454A JAMES GREENE FURNITURE CARPETSSTQVffis AND RiANGES f Bacons Old Store 425 to 429 Market StreetdLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY RELIABLE GOODS LOWEST PRICES DBHLEB BROTHERS 116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTLTCKYc Carr All EeiMits In STOCK SEND FOR PRICES Enterprise Hot l GHflS F GflNS a BRO PROPRIETORS 234242 EAST MARKET ST STS LOUISVILLE Kr o Rates 8100 per day Absolu te Satisfaction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS o 0FIFTHEE aiIi i BET WALNUTSTREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JjRefurnlahed Redecorated andrt A Etretclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wioleaale and Beta il Districts Churches and Theatres r Pike Campbell A O St l ii4S t HT IIT i OC m00o0 0 RIoli i GfIJ12- 2 LERy W Mi ket Street L uivilJ t nlll21y BEST LINE rQFi l WATCHESAhDCLOCKS IfTHE City Steerling Silver and Plated Ware in all the Newest Designs Come buy your engagement andwedding rings Guaranteed repairing a specialty Highest prices paid for pearls u YOU DONT HAVE TO GOWEST fBut if you are thinking of doing so keep be fore you the fact that the Jjomsyille Hen i derson Sti Louis Railway is making Low1 j i RoundTrip HbrneSeekersV and One Wapo4 iSettlors Rates TO THE WEST AND vSOUjrHyjBST Also Low Colonists Rates u to California Montana Idaho Washington lf U Oregon British Columbia and other Pacific cru f and North Pacific CpaBtPointB L JIRWINCASK 1Js FOB BATEsGeneralPd 1tiiier A eot LOUI YILLE I f Q TNEAD IRCOUNTYNEWS TNECOURIER110URNAt a 100 Per Year 5100 Per Year I 4 ili adw uRNA 0- 0i t50PERVEARv 1 X010 Subscribe lmb keep posted all tbe current bappenings of the ba Ztbe ifteVfii c catty J1g be excelYe InueaJlobworh p Wet I tS l i4 J i 1 u e1Jlv IItirAaL f us T