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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS t VOLUME 6 COLUMBIA ADAIR UOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1903 NUMBER 38 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY U TiUSSRUj OSTJUSrnU T DEPUTY POSTMASTER hours week days 700 a 1010 fjO p COURT DIRECTORY CitcuiTCouRTTbree sessions a year Third day In January third MooiUr In May and lomlayJn Septrmber ruli JuIlgeIV June Ojnmoowealth AltorncyNII Aaron 1nSfF w Mill r Circuit Clerk J Coney A Coonr Mandarin rack tanntu- JuJxe T A Vurre Cojul tilurnyJ4 lb TatttJF- r i jaiJer JK 1 move sc sorP Burton i rcyor r JIcCaiTreil j itooiaapU WD Jones nrr0 Itustll ReKnlnrcourt necontf Monday In f Jurtiv T Davidson Altmay Oordon Monlgomt- yMarshalG T Flowers Oil iltitssviLLK Rer pistor Betrice econd and fourth Sundays In cb month Sutidayacboolat9a m every iabhath Ptarer meltJDIt evry Wc ndt nedarf MKTHODIST- Ret Sletcalfc oitor Services brat Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday nlgbt BAPTIST Hev psstor Services third Sunday Ineach month S 1ndaschoo every Sabbatb a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PlBliE W Aibill Pastor Service Second and Fourth Sundays In oCR month 8nnd yicbool every Sab bath atiIOatr Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No P and Begnj Ur meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month W Coffey WM W Jones Sccrclary B A M No7 meets Vrlday night alter full H P W Secretary YETIBRY SURGEON Fistulo Pollevil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction J am fixed to take care of stockS OBENSHA yt mile from Columbia on Disappointment S C NEATWITII OTTER cQ COlWHOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS Louisville Kentucky I yS Cir S GRADY I DENTIST I I 0SPECIAL attention given to Gold Filling Crown anft Bridge I work g gOFFICE over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky R XX Scientific Shoeing 0-I am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoo ng to tho repairing of the finest vehicles 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 mo your work JW COFFEY lilmore Hotel W M WILSOJIK Prop Gradyville Kentucky HERE is no better place to stop T than at the abovcd named hotel Good sample rooms and a flrstclasR table Rates very reasonabje Feed stable attached THE COLUMBIA EAIR The death of Mr W II Hudson on last Friday night way recleved with sadness throughout this part of the state and his associates in conducting the Fair so felt the loss that they de clined carrying out the programme as he assumed the responsibility of profits and losses hut In view of the fact that the Fair had been fairly well adver tised the track put in good condition and the futhcr consideration that the people of this community felt that tilt Fair should be hold for Mrs llu Isnnn Interest the following coUumen or Kanizeti arid iirced to hold Tc J CcuVy T R Stults W A Coiley G W Robertson r James Garnett Jr W U Flowers R F Paull Geo Atkins i1 Alex Chcwniog W L Grady J A llunn C S Harris Mr J Ci Jley was eleclt d Presi d Oft James Garuett Jr first lrtce President W II Flowers second VIcePrc cent R F Paull TreasurertC S Harris Secretary The program will have but a few slight changes as designed by Mr Hud inson and it will prove one of the most attractive ever offered in this section It Is the purpose of the above named gentlemen t give one of the best tertainments ever enjoyed by the peo ple of this part of the State Remem her the date August 18 to 21st inclus ivc The Liberty Band will make the music ELKS CONVENTIONAT BALTI MORE The grand reunion of Elks which is scheduled for Baltimore July 2123 will beyond a doubt surpass all for mer conventions of this Order in point of attendanceThe lodge is preparing to outdo itself in the entertainment of visiting Elks from Kentucky Indiana and the Western States a The Interstate Territorial Association of Elks which include the lodges from Missouri Kansas Arkan sas Oklahoma and Indian Territories at has arranged for a special train for this occasion which from the point of elegance will be the finest train that ever passed through the state of Kentucky This train composed of one sixty foot baggage commissary car two tourist sleepers five standard sleepers one observation sleeper and as many additional sleeping and chair cars as necessary all of wide vestibule pattern and the finest equipment turned out by a the Pullman Company will leave Kansas City Saturday July 18th at 1050 p m over the Wabash Railroad to St from that point over the popu ar Henderson route making stops at Evansville Henderson and Owensboro for the benefit of the Indiana and Kentucky Elks and their friends arriving at Louisville Sunday eveing July 19th at 615 p m where supper will be served at the Louisville Hotel From Louisville the route will be over the scenic C O Ry train leaving at 730 p m arriving in Baltimore early in the afternoon of the 20th R ser vations have already been made for over two hundred Elks on this train KENTUCKY FAIRS Kirksville July 17 2 days Crab Orchard July 22 4 dapstGeorgetown July 216 Cyntbiana July 29 4 days Guthrie July 29 4 days Danville August 4t 4 days Mayisonville August 44 days Lexington August 10 6 days Fern Creek August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg August 18 4 days Shephcrdsvllle August 18 4 days Russell Springs Aug Ll 4 days Columbia Fair August18 4 days Maysviilc August 194 days Springfield Fair August 26ruur daysLiberty August 26 ShelbyviUe August 25 tour days BSrdstown September 1 5 day Nicholasville September 4 days Somerset Sept 1 234 Elizabeth towD September 8 4 days Bowling Green September 15 4 days Kentucky State Fair Owensboro September 6 days Henderson September 296 days Each recurriug vegetable and fruit season accentuates the great practice blllity of more and larger canncrfesin Georgia sn 1 iOruan6avaIrU I BY L A TURNER WRITTEN FOR THE NEWS sao3ao000Q0300000aae009090Moriius izcd us a tit 11 u CUiUpWedet two brl rides under jninird uf Col Basil W Duke and W p P Brecklnridge a5 fnllnv First Brlirade Col B W Duke and CoU Hutcberson Second Kedtucky Cut Gino Eighth Kentucky Col Clarkt Palmers artillery Second Brigade Cal W C P Breckin ridge Col Stone Ninth Kentucky Cut Juhnston Tenth Kcntuck Col Chenault Fourteenth Tennessee regiments t rebels The division was re viewed at Alexandria on the 21st of December when the First Brigade numbered 1800 effectives and 200 unarmed The Second Brigade was of about the samu numerical strength On the following day the division took up its march for Kentucky and reached Sand Shoals Ford on the Cumberland river just before dark The object ol the expedition was the destruction of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad rear of Gen Rosecrans army then stationed at Nashville On the 24th the column reached Glasgow and on the next morning marched out by the Louisville pike crossing Green River that night and camping at Hammonds vllle Turning toward the railroad the bridge at Bacon creek guarded by about 150 men was captured and burn ed The stockade at Noliu was cap tured and the bridge burned On December 27th the division moved upon Elizabethtown garrIsoned- by a regiment of 600 men Col Smith the commanders answer to Morgans demand for surrender that it was the business of a United States officer to fight and not to surrender but his were of a different opinion After brisk fight for a few minutes the garrison surrendered and handed over fine rifles to the victorious confederates The two great trestle works Muldows Hill each 80 feet in height and 600 feet long Cane Run bridge and two bridges on the Lebanon branchwere destroyed In the meantime Harlans brigade was marching thirty miles a day to reach the Confederates On the night of the 28th Morgan encamped on the south bank of the Rolling Fork and early next morning commenced crossing the stream when snell burst in the ranks and Harlans advance appeared on the hill above them In the crossing that was soonI after effected several horses were killed by shells bursting among them and the force was a goad deal disorganized but was concentrated at Bardstown on the some evening Col Duke having been wounded by a bursting shell the command devolved upon Col Breck inridge who brought off the command with little loss Tha concentration of eroops in his front at Lebanon on his flank at Columbia with Harlon in his rear As there was nothing at anyplace to justify toe capture Morgan repaired leisurely from the State cross- Ing the Cumberland and joining Braggd army at Tallahoma Tenn Here Morgans dlvlsioy with thos- of Gens Whart0nueilliarton consti the cavalry corps commanded by Gen Wheeler On January 24th 1862 theSecond Kentucky lost its commander Col Hutcherson in a skirmish near Woodburg and Capt John B Castleman assumed command of the regiment The three months following was spent by the cavalry in picket ing the front of Braggs army Cols Clarke and Chenault made a raid into Kentucky in which they captured Mt Sterling and subsisted their men for several ninths returning to the com maud alter a series of adventures the mountains of Kentucky About this time a now regiment was formec and the command of which wasglven to Col R C Morgan a brother of the winter sure away and the spring wars far udvuucejl before any operations other than preliminary skirmishing was attempted by the cavalry of either army Morgan cavalry had a loot trout to picket and bushes with the Union cavalry vvereo f dailyoccurrence hOn time 2d nIJull86J MiirijanX t e I4 eeeee0 00900ee009eee division crossed the Cumberland to embark upon an expedition which ended in its destruction as a mllltarr organization Twelve miles north atc Marrowbone lay Gen Judahn cavalry ostensibly guarding the crossing but in reality trusting to the high waters at this time to prevent Morgan from getting over- Morgani effective strength was 24GO exclusive of artillery of whichJ heft were two threeinch parrotts and two twelve pound howitzers A regiment of Union cavalry was pushed down to the river to dispute the cross ing but Morgan naving crossed two regiments charged upon it and drove It back upon the camp at Marrowbone which gave the rear regiments time to cross The division encamped that night about twelve miles on the road to Columbia and early next morning pushed on to the town where a detachment of Wolfords cavalry was posted drove it out and passing through pass ed six miles beyond Col Moore in command of a Michi gan regiment was stationed at Green River bridge and hearing of Morgans approach made preparations to glue him a warm reception His position was in a horse shoe bend of the river behind him was the toe where the bricge crossed on either flank was the river and in his front he had formed a strong abatis by felling trees on either side of the pike behind which he threw up a substantial earth work 100 yards in length commandingthe road along which Morgan was advancing This is one of the greatest fortifications Morgans cavalry met while Icwas in his ranks Wei Ido I remember to this day how those beech trees looked which fell toward us with the brush cut off and the branches shaped only leaving a pass about 30 feet wide along the road When we came insight of the fort we could not see a man but the smoke was gushing at the post holes along the fort The artillery was brought forward but in attempt ing to plant it in range with the forte four men were killed and 7 wounded Morgan sent two regiments to cross the river and gain possessson of the bridge in Col Moores rear then send demand for the surrender of the garrison Col Moores reply was TheI 4th of July is a bad day for surrenders The only response to this greeting was of course a charge which was made by two regiments The first rush carried the men into the tangled tree tops where they could see the fort but no Michigander in sight Col Cbenault and Maj Greats were killed together with fifteen men and twice that num ber wounded Finding that the capture ot the sition would cost him as many men as ahe garrison numbered Morgan withdrew and crossing the river lower down left his wounded to be cared for by his brove antagonist of whom Duke sayshhe proved himself as humane as he was skillful and gallant aecitizen of that neighborhood who Is good authority that Col Moore would have surrendered in ten minutes loug er If Morgan had remained The soldiers he said informed him that Col Moore was ringing his hands and crying and had lost control of himself and would have given up in a short time The man is living near Glens fork this county at this writing The column moved through Camp bellsville without halting and encamped five miles from Lebanon which was garrisoned by the Twentieth Kentucky ChasnS Hanson a brother of Gen Roger llauson of the Confederate army TO CONTINUED GOOD MANNERS We could never understand why some people after s curlu some little 2x4 position would immediately think they owned the earth and believe it smart to give abrupt rnswers to people who are forced into their presence A man of this character Is soon spotted and let severely alone by the public ItuMhometimes one Ii compelled to WveTuslaesB with him The elks r f i Ii r Jt j dy we heard a ccrtiln gcLilcnun chewing the ragJJ so to speak and asked be ebynostfhiswrath Well he replied 1 just came out of soand sos place and It it were not for the fact that I have determined to keep out of trouble I would have stamped his infernal head into the floor He then went to say he bad almost been insulted for asking a civil question Such snappy disgustingpeople live In every town and while It is true they arc very disagreeable a gentleman cannot afford to mix it up every time lie receives a short answer As we advised the gentleman the other If you fly off every time you meet a demmed foul you will be in a scrap all the time Good manners prohibit unpleasant transactions and a gentleman will act a gentleman under all circumstances A soft answer turneth away wrath but of a fellow tries to rub it in en you thats a different proposition Lancaster Record FOSD DELUSION That element of the Republican party in Kentucky composed principally of innocent honest ruralist who fondly believe that their party cpuld with any sort of a ticket win in the November contest for State offices may as well realize the true situation and possess their souls in peace Their party leaders will not be good and am iable They could not afford to fall in with the ideas of the good clement and nominate a double backacting du plex ticket to appeal to the independent vote which is another name for kicking dissatisfied democrats That they would do so was the merest pipe stronger ruling element of the Republican party Kentucky are like those southern democrats who was willing to sacrifice Samuel Tilden to obtain home rule The republican leaders know they have had no chance to win In this State The men now in the saddle and in control of the FedI eral patronage in Kentucky propose to stay there and they will sacrifice prospect of power in the State affairs to maintain their ascendency at Wasbington A victory over fac tion leaders of their own party is all they have fought for and it is just what they have secured in the nomina tion of a ticket at the Louisville con Hunter Wilson and their adherents are done for at least for the present The big State machine and the little district and county ma climes are set going in unison and it matter not about the mangledbodies beneath their wheels The innocent honest fellows have been duped into following a few leaders not to victory over the enemy in Kentucky but to Washington These Innocent dupes have our un feigned sympathy though we cannot help smiling to see them whooping up a forlorne hope of winning State office In Kentucky which their leaders traded off for a mess of Federal pie months agoSomerset Journal BRAIN LEAKS Religion Is a business that some men playat Doubt cannot exist where faith is well cultivated You cant tell by the tombstone where the soul is located Some men make prayer an excuse for all kinds of meanness t- All the world loves a loverand also loves to laugh at him The most that any prosperous rascal can wish is to be let alone A fat man must become very sick before he can secure any sympathy Some men make the mistake of thinking they are just as young as they actThe things we do not want to remember are the things Jhat are hard est to forget The church that takes a summer va cation seldom gives Satan much of a run during the winter It the uudlhturbcd clam could talk doubtless It would express a wish let well enough alone The average Dan in summer time would give a great deal to be as cool as the average woman looks People who have to workhardest to make a living are usually the ones who complain leas about their rut The happiest time in a rains life i Iwhen he thinks ha knows It auL Thn best tIeln his life h when he is try tug to learn I There are men whose nature iuvin s their dolt to run to meet them but impels their children to djdie around the corner The young man who honestly strives to earn a little more that he gets ually finds himself drawing the highest salary in the shop The man who spends all of his time preparing for death will find himself jat last at the point where he finds himself without a chance to live Perhaps wifes pie would taste as those mother used to bake if we bad the same kind of digestive apparatus we had when mother was doing the baking When a mans business gets to the point where it docs not permit of some degree of sentiment he should either get out of it or prepare to part with his selfrespectVWhen a young man finds that his best girl is beginning to advise him not to spend his money foolishly but to save it he should either make up his mind to shy away or get down to business The Columbia Fair priviliges will be sold to the highest bidders at the courthouse door the first Monday In August at 2 oclock p in Bond will be required of purchasersC Secretary BLASTS FROM THE RAMS HORN It is easier to be forgotten than to are only good when we are good for something Church membership is not an eleva tor in heaven The fruits of love do not grow from the roots of lust The prayer without the heart can never reach heaven There Is more force in an iceburg than in a firecracker Gravestones do not represent served scats in glory Duty is the name we give to what God calls opportunity A man has no more religion in him than comes out of him Salvation is not by culture but culture comes by salvation Goodwill preserves the way of the church that observes His will Men would have more faith in God if they saw more works in men Some men seek a clear track by de stroying the signals of conscience Culture has never been much of a scccess as a means of consecration The more we are burdened with sub stance the greater shadows we cast It will not do to promise God the faded flower when He asks for the bud It is always easier to draw money out of a lean purse than out of a fat oneThe hungry heart Is the only pay ment God will take for the bread of lifeThe grumbling Christian is more greedy of Gods goods than of his grace Swallowed Diamonds When a smuggler of diamonds is hard pressed he will swallow them They are then liable to cause much annoy ance It would be better to take Dr Kings new life pills especially for con stipation and stomach troubles Bet tex than diamonds foryour health besides they are gentle Only 25 cents at all druggists FARM FOR SALE I will sell the farm of the late W J Atkins situated 2t miles west of Columbia containing 216 acres The quality of the land is good it being limestone About acres in fine timber Good dwelling barns and outbuilding Under good fence and plen ty of living water GEO A ATKCJS Admr C IluntJ1 Ivy 4t The grand jury at Evansville adopt ed a report praising the militiamen for resisting the mob in an attampt to uphold the law Employers who have discharged members of the company- since the riot are severely condemned Negro ministers at Evansville adopt resolutions cmdemhg nosy dives and the colored criminal element of the city to which is attributed the re cent riot Tne police were asked to keep toe dives closed FOR SALE A good piano nn easy terms Ap l ply to jarettouaCtbell HaucockHotiel 1 i wt TAT = DSTO N E I have an Excellent MAD STONE which has been tried in about one hundred cases of hydrophobia and snake bites with good results I can cite you to many of the cases Write or call on me at DULAVOUTH KY A BULWQ R THO- OOe000e0e0 e0eleeeeNN- o TRY Z iOLD PORT i JAVA COFFEE FULL ROAST WINE BODY and DELICIOUS FLAVOR Each 1pound carton contains a ersteel tablespoon The tablespoons will be discontinued after the reputation of OLD PORT JAVA is established Ask your grocer JG HILLERIMP- ORTER AND ROASTER Louisville Ky CrM WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and 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 Oposite Music Hail LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY NEW BUGGIES n We sell the Fisher and Phoenix BuggIes We also have a nice line of Buckboards If 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 BIG FOUR ROUTE Summer Tourist Line MOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST AND SHORE NEW YORK AND BOSTON The Travelers Favorite Line Chicago Pullman Sleeping Cars Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and all points in Indiana and Michigan Unequaled Dining Car Service Modern Equipment Fast Schedules Write for Summer Tourist book WARREN J LYNCH WP DEPPE Qenl k Ticket Agt Asst GP kT A CINCINNATI OHIO SJ OATHS General Agent Louisville Ky THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyouresConsumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat Croup and Whooping Cough Every bottle guaranteed No Cure No Pay Price 50aIT- rial bottle free Weak and older people are more o r ess afflicted from Inactivity of the kidneys With feebleness and age the kidneysbecomo slugglth anddonot expel the impurities from the system that nature Intcndei they should For the purpose Oayuba is especially restoringtheOKdiUOK Bold hylK Cravetlas cJs1If = t= 0 oCO ViE TOTHIE COl4UMBIAl F iil 430 AUGUST 18 FOUR DAYS OF ENJOYMENTS aT The Most Attract ye Premium List in Recent Years A Good Band rJE All i1luuUcdIILJf 1lIn t Patoned E1ari Wednesday fly THE d3ir Bounty Rewsfip 11 conlOHATnC- UAb iittCitti tdrtor- Durocrtc uewtpapvi dtonU to he inter eti fthe city Columbia oral the lwo1 o Agil calldd121feUt rOL1U Hutoreil at tau Colombia PostofflctpKecoud ciaomate owner WED JULY 29 1093 DEMOUKATIU TICKET For Uovwrnor J 0 W BECKUAJIa Jfr Lioutnnait Guiwruor w P THORNE For Auditor of State S W IIAGEB ForjIYeasuror HM B03VOIITFT For Attorney General N R HAYSi For Secretary of State H V McCHESNEY rFor Supt of Public Instruction J H FUQUA For Commissioner of ARricnlture HUBERT VREELAND Fo Clerk of Court of App Bale MORGAN CHINN POI RAILROAD COMMISSIONER HON C C McCaORD Thos News has no lot nor parcel in thu Republican campaign noon v in this district for the nomination for Circuit Judge It has stood on top of tho hill where tho air is clear and looked over the field the result of which may moan much for this district Two men are aspiring for this honorable position and tho weighty responsibility of a Circuit Judge Neither aro men of our choice naithor affiliates with our political party but viewing thia matter en tirely from the standpoint ofI citizen who desires tho welfare of our district tho dignity of the ofifica praerved we cull tho attention of the voters of that organization to weigh well tho qualifications of the aspirants before depositing their ballots Prejudice against any man or set of men should not outweigh the fitness of a wall for such weighty duties incumbent upon a Circuit Judge This county seems to be aware of the situ ation and all active workers ar in the saddle Democrats are not taking any part in this fight but as good citizens they desire quail lied men not only in their party but in tho opposite They may have a man to offer for Circuit theyIty qualified in every particular The Republicans ought at least to do as much for the district if within their power as Democrats would ba willing to do Thrace closes next Saturday and the result will bo known by our next issue Gov J C Wv Beckham has commissioned Mr H K Walker of Glensfork justice of the peace to fill out the unexpired term of the JatoT C Loy Magisterial Walkulhasoath of office required bylaw As to Governor Beckhama right to isIsue this commission wo refer to case that went to the Court of ApJ peals from Nolson county during Gov Bradleys term of office Mr Walker was a warm friend ol Squire Loy and this commission corning as it does is quite a COIn pliment The friends of Mr Walkup believe that he will makeJ an efficient officer Great interest is now manifest ed by the Republican party in this judicial district They havo set tIed only on ono thing and that is they are going to have a Miller or a Baker A Miller is one who grindmashes A Baker is a man who does up the Millers product RLBCTiIon te Crret JoutnaLJ Tlr is un nood citizen of Ker thatlprortioll 1lty case in point murderIion xpresalouthe and pmphasis to both thN Republican mind and lt1gcryis Br uthitt county It lathe the force of sincerity It lacks the fume of verisimilitude would comH with better grac fetal nQu with clean hands Obviously the purpose is to make tho Marcum assassination serve ll s offset to the Goebel assassina tion but before this can happen Jett and White must be acquitted and the Democratic party must not onH bend all its energies and resources to that end but iudivid cal Democrats must go around getting up private subscriptions to defend them None of these things has some to pass Until they do the scheme of the Repub licans meant for a makeshift will prove a boomerang When they do the CourierJournal will lead the procession of protest ol outcry of loud and deep damna tion gjThia Republican platform is flippant about Democratic party hate and prosceiption following tho destruction under forms oi law of political liberty and equality Jt and it especially deplores the fact that in this day ofma chine domination the courts the State are appealed to and have become too often the theater for the display of Democratic par tisan activity and for the uphold ing ofpolitical wrong and outrage Waiving all thought of Sapp and Todd and the machine that got Col Belknap his nomination a gentleman up a treenay on the dead levelwould fancy this an excerpt from one of Mr Bryans old antigovernmout by injun c ilea creeds with the term Demo ora tic inserted in the place of the term Republican But when immediately following it the same gentleman comes upon the follow lUg he is disposed to exclaim what are you giving us We quoteuiourthWe denounce assassi nation and lawlessness whether in Servia or Kentucky as destruc live civilization and call upon the enlightened intelligence of the State through its legislative ex ecutive and judicial agencies to employ remedies to reestablish order Amen and amen and amen So say we all But who brought the Mountain army to Frankfort Who at the point of the bayonet dispersed the peoples legislature Who killed Goebel Which part has stood like a stone wallb tween tne authors of these crimes during nearly four years of im munity making them heroes and martyrs the while Whether in Servia or Ken tucky says tho house carpenter who built this wretched filigree o cant and falsehood Why Servia itIThe one the only time in its hIS- tory when Kentucky looked like Servia when Frankfort might be compared with Belgrade was when Taylor not content with his partisan militia filled the State Capitol with murderers and marauders caused an unarmed man whose sole offense was that dared be a claimant to the Governorship be shot down in cold blood from the Office occupied by himself an- ish friends immediately there after surrouning this Executive Office with his armed janisaries refusing access to the officers of the law and until finally dislodged by the Supreme authority of the United States holding hi ground and maintaining the con spiracy to kill to usurp and to retain possession by force in tots disregard of peace and order and law Why does not the Republican platform refer to these things loTyiew of Itsown record of sum t Ttctual how can tliu Republican partywith any pr tI or hope if impressing the public und the voters undertake to manufacture a suppositions cast against the Democrats in advance of any act or event to supp Jrir it Since- murder is murder agree that tli murder of Marcum was as bad a tho murderof Goebel Admit that the murderer of Marcum if he had any politics if a Democrat that Breathitt county is a Democratic stronghold that the men behind its assassins are Demo Thee whole Democratic press of the State a unit in tho pursuit Every Democretio State authority active ly committed to thi prosecution The certainty that jett and White against waom no strong er evidence lies tluii against Tay lor Howard and Powers will b hanged before election day No other answer needs to be made the Republican case ot Democratic hate and lawlessness contained in the absurd platform of Convention dom nuted by th Sapp machine and the Belknap barrel The expectation of the managers of the campaign thus inaugurated is to hold the State through Democratic disafftictiou whilst Sapp Todd work the negro vote in the citi and towns for all that it is wort Belknap money supplying t sinews of war and poured out li water to corrupt the election it was poured out to corrupt Convention Yet these hot gospel ers ot machinemade liberty uu lawthese architects of chaos and ruin these condonera if not abet tare of conspiracy and murder have the effrontery to talk of Democratic hate and to sit thou selves as exemplars of civic righteousness They can not win Even as scheme their scheme is not a good one It is a bad scheme It is a b o w1 egg e d bandyshanked knockkneed scheme Tho ma jority against its authors will be overwhelming BLISS Miss Sallie Diddle and little Miss Mildred Walker of Columbia and little Mary Caldwell of Gradyvlllo visited here last week Rev W T Salmon pastor of a Cumberland Presbyterian near Bowling Green has been vlsltln his parents Mr and Mrs Polk Salmon oa Butlers Fork for the last two weeks He preached at Union Church last Sunday Miss Ella Dohoney visited here sev eral days of last week Miss Levia Sandidge who has been visiting in Hart county returned home last week Misses Vallie and Nora Sandidge are now teaching schools at Camp Knox andyatePicketts Chapel Titus Mercer was here last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Jane Turk of Gradyville was enjoying herself in our midst several days of last week AddlefBob Montgomery Mt Pleasant last week Miss Lida Simpson and brother Holland of Elroy visited their aunt Mrs J W Patterson several days of last week Mrs Amanda Nell and daughters Lillian May and Ann of Frankfort passed tnrougn here last Sunday en route to Leatherwood to visit relatives They were accompanied by Mr Clay Kinuaird Wheat threshers arc in this neigh borhood this week enjoydGrissom for the past three weeks Misses ilattie Taylor of Columbia and Roy McGarvey of Richmond were visiting relatives and friends here several days of last week An elegant supper was Liven at the Sirsscommemoration of their daughter Marys 2CtU birthday Those present SandldgcundLenaGrlssum6icsdamesSue were Misses Lids Simpson Nora TylerBaker Holland Sltnpioi Irvin Patterson WJH and Erne jc Piowcr Leslie Jntruy awl M L ana It ii iGrtu EASYRI1iNG6GP00 oc o Just Received By Sonse8Tlie Nicest Line of Buggies Barries Blackboards Etc 2Ever Brought to COLUMBIA MARKEToeeeo ooooooeao Rubbertire buggies have become quite popular and this firm car ries the very latest styles in this lino of goods A largo variety of other makes now ready for inspection This firm will not be under sold Satisfaction guaranteed Remember tho place 0WYF JEFFRIES Sox 00000000000 00 o iceoo00 0 0e0 COLUMBIA KY 0O O 0 fWIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN 0 t Architecture containing 35 new neat and well vonQ tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently x 0es located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky o s Threeh 0ke0AeOOOOOOOOOOOOm000d eseo De 0 0000000 000000 0 00 O W C MURREI1JJ F TRIPLETT 0 0 0 PRRELL 8 TRIPLSTT 0 6 0 Funeral 0 00 Directors and Embalming 0 UTC above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and Caskets und arc ready to servo families who may need anything in O their line They will also keep Collins or their own make and wll 0 sell every thing in their line at the lowest pricas A hearse will be ofurnished O 53 Call and see themover Jackmans Harness and Saddlery 0g0h shop 0 Columbia sa Kentucky o OO 0000000000 00 so4ee io OOO WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS UoodSOI lW S 8 Bro ARE NOW RECEIVING Four car loads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled PloW Hillsid Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two car loads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two ca loads of two Horse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking andRiding 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 Newswhen you write HUDSON LEWIS BRO I Green ur 7enlick I Q7 p ri k1 J r 71 rr ri tlli lorl t hr 1 McOlGHTSS DAYLIGHT STORE t irib lfrLS J gJSSfCnrpntp Furniture Rugs Mattings OilcMbs Linoleums Shades Laces Awnings Porch ShuuVp tSouthMIGHT SONS R Cat i111IV Walnut Sts Louisville Kentucky 11 7ijt ffi Il T rm o r 4P WE ARE DESIGNERS D MAK crs of Smart Styles for Young Ladles and men Ladies Department Oxford Ties Theatre Lastt3Oxford Ties Hub SpecialdiOxford Ties Ideal KI1i2Oxford Ties French ilecl3I 50 French lubrm or Military lecs- 3Ious Depart imiifc Oxford Ties S2 00 250 RICO and Sl 50 Oxford Ties Hoys 150 We are cranks on snappy iroods well made the latest styles and one price strictly to all THE nUB 202 W MsSetSt Louisville Brass feet in pavement OOOOOOOOO OOOO tQ A1 gfPRES 4oJNCCRPORATED Yo0Stable and Wagonyard in connection with notcyc Rates SlOO per day 4C 0122 East Market St it 0 G W coo Ls Manager Louisville Ky 0OOOOOOOOO Co OOOOOvO Louisville Seed CoWHOLESALE DEALERS IN High Grade Field Seeds Pure German Millet Stock Peas Cane Seed Corn Oats Ask for special prices on COllin carrots 232 and 234 2nd St Louisville Kentucky JOHN L WHEflT Secretary and Treasurer UTICA LIME COMPANY 7 INCORPORATED 421 WestlMaiu Street LOUISVI LLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cemont 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 B OHE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF Saddlery and Harness9 AND JOBBERS OF SADDLERY HARDWARE AND LEATHER 649W Market Street and 241 Seventh Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BBIRBS8 eA D ABBlBe HAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles aro the Best I make and sell them Ican furnish you anything Machinerry Call and see me J WJAOKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY E L HUGHES 609 SASH DOORS BLINDS AND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIM TES 123 125t Main St LOUISVILLE KY A yL PERSONALtIENTQN Mr S D CrKii v Vh has Ifn qui to sick Is beLL Miss Luiy Garucit Glasgow is vls lUng the M ss Hulladay Miss Virginia Dunn who has been quite sick for a week Is some better Mr J B Cuffey pnll Miss Emma JIunn are attending the Dustonville Fair Judge James Garnctfc rind wife re turned from a vlslt to Telllco Teen test S unlay Wrutte West II three child ren of Somerset tlro vi iinK frlmids ami rrliUvfs in Cuiiimiiu Mr Xiiiia Citbcll gas called to Louis vide Monday her daughter Mrs Gus Albrecht beiog quite sick k Mrs W J Jallison and children of Mldolesbonj who have been visiting- here for several d will leave fo teGlasgowMrs W li Lyon and children Ruth A Ivli and Prudcore who have been visiting MN I t Curd returned to their home in Campbellsville last Fri dayMr C F DIVJS or Texas who spent Fcveral weeks in Columbia about nine years ago arrived ltr tbe city Mon 9 day evening nod will remain several days Sir Henry R Turuer Campbells vile spent Saturday and Sunday in the vicinity of Columbia his wife an children having arrived several day s in Winfrey daughter and son of Evansville Ind are visiting iu Columbia stopping at the residence of Mr F R Winfrey Mrr G Win trey is expected to arrive this weekS MM W B Hendrickson and daught er Miss Gracc formerly of this coutty tint now of WakomlnoOklawhohave been visiting relatives and friends in this section for the last three weeks hill leave for their western home to morrow Mrs W B Hendrickson of Okla born i and Mrs Seldon IIatcher this county gave the News olllca pleasant visit last Wednesday Mrs Hendrickson Is delighted with her new home in a new country already possessing more of the conveniences and luxuries of life than this section wll probably ever acquire LOCAL JOTTINGS See Dr Golsteind add in another column We were compelled to cut the letters this week W D Bradshaw has two good shorthorn cows fresh for sale Everybody will be at Columbia August 18th to attend the Fair I have put in a large refrigerator and will keep on hands fresh meat at all times L W Bennett I have a complete line of groceries the lowest cash price Give me a call 3t FRANK JACKMAN For nice rubber tire buggies and firs class harness go to WF Jeffries Son The residence of Mr Finis Rosen baum was destroyed by fire Monda afternoon The household goods wer saved Mrs Louvenla Conover wife of Wm Conover died Monday afternoon 5T oclock She was a sister of Bid Z Williams and a highly respected lady An obituary will appear later The Liberty Fair privileges will sold to the highest bidders at the coo- house door in Liberty Aug 3rd t first day of circuit court Cbas F MontgomerySecretary It is reported that Henry Poynter was quite handy with his pistol at Big Windy a few days ago He fired his weapon several times to intimidate and with the butcndhe knocked t or three men in the head He has as yet been arrested Miss Lina Rosenfield entertained last Thursday evening and Miss Katie Mur rell Friday and Miss Carrie Page Mon day evening The gatherings were in honor of Miss Maggie Baker of Camp bellsville The official Board of the Christian Church this place decided last Sunday to hold a series of meetings early In September Eld Z T Williams who is very mudr lnterested in the r work of this church will be invited assist an able diyine who will come from a distance We hear that the Campbellsville city council has taken up the matter ofsthe Interurban railway and has a pointed a committee to confer wI the Columbia Inter urban Company We are glad to note this for we have felt all along that it would be great to the interest of that city for the to go there no matter where else It may TheNews olllce tenders Its thinks to Master Wm Lyle Atkius fur some nice apples given Me facer list Friday They comprised three varieties mellow and palatable If there an others who desire the News M enjoy some of the good things of tills life come and enter our sanctum any time Such tokens of friends andgood will we highly appreciate The Lord loves cheerful giver I know of a dandy country stare and sinclt of merchandise fur gale Address Drummer hock HX 13- 3Ncholasvillc Ky G T Fiowcrs arrested a man at Gn dyville last Monday supposed to bi Albert Allen who deserted his family coinAll parties who have subscribed to the Methodist School are urged to call and make a payment at once The money is needed for the contractors who are pushing the work The Board of Trustees of the town ul Columbia are directed to have the weed cut In all the streets and alleys haul them off or horn them and own ers of prl sate property are directed to do likewise Let this be attended to at once U L Taylor Health Officer July 28 190a inrr urban Hue Is likely to go via Mer mac and the Ellis gap This is the lowest gap la the range from Kings mountain to the river Ohio and is therefore the best poifct at which to cross Muldroughs Hill Thellne will he few miles longer from this change but the business gained will justify the detection While en route to the old folks singing at Zion last Sunday the horse which Leslie Tupman was driving be came frightened near the residence of Ellen Holladay and started in dfull speed Mr Tupman was accom panied by two young ladles all three being dumped One of the young ladle reciered a severe cut about the head and the buggy was considerably dam aged The Old Folks singing at Zon last drew hundreds of people and the day was very much enjoyed A most bountiful dinner was spread showing conclusively that the people of that neighborhood entertain with a willingness their very expression evincing that they were glad that the meeting had been called for that place- Sereralof the class were absent but new members entered hence there oldatime ring a melody that did the bearers good It is believed that the class will arrange to be at Columbia the fifth Sunday in August 1Mr R S Goode a former citizen of Adair county writes as follows from Garber Oklahoma Inclosed you will find three dollars Please credit same and let the News come Send usa lit tIe rain it you have any to spare as we arc getting very dry Our wheat was good averaging from 18 to 28 per acre The prospect for corn ne before the dry weather struck up but our hopes have now vanished Wheat threshing In now in progress You can see a thresher it matters n what direction you look I counted eighteen to day as I went to Garber a distance of four miles At present the thermometer is standing at 105 In the shade Last Friday the 24th was the 55th anniversary of the marriage of Mr J B Simmons and his estimable wife both of whom still enjoy reasonable health Their home isncar Breeding this where have marriedtpeople are permitted to celebrate so many anniversaries and but few pass their seventieth year of life without tottering on the cane Mr Simmons isea man or possesses the clearness and activity of mind as In his youthful days Mr Simmons and wife deserve a complimentary ticket to our Fair which will be pre sented and we trust that they will be present 4 days to meet their many friends who will be glad to see them beMr J M Scott took charge of the Columbiaheissue last Friday clearly demonstrated his fitness for the work Mr Scott is a newspaper man of several years experience besides he has the natural qualifications so essential for news paperdom His former paper work has largely been devoted to the daily In the western country where you wGcatch it on the run and run to catch it in this land of case where one issue per week is sufficient tocover all of the local happenings and in fact many things that never happen the work will doubtless seem on the drag but a real natural news gatherer is the man who adapts himself to condi tions and as above stated Mr Scott has the essentials We welcome him to the work and extend congratulations and likewise our sympathy for verily the work is honorable but th pastures are not so rich as the Valley of the Nile justot corporate lines of s town on the Greensburg road who owns a small farm but a good one and whose attention to agriculture and the improvement of his landed estate carried on without bluster is worthy Lths and other parts of the titate Mr Mitchell bought his small farm in 1902 improvep8 d barn and doctored his meadow until ityields like river bottom He has given his orchard the attention it deserves and is now enjoying the fruits of his labor On last Friday Mr brought a basketful of golden sweets IIto this office which of course we ac cepted and tendered our thanks Mr Mitchell Is demonstrating what can 6e done where energy and good jadgmcn errhille well kept Is more profitable and iuor enjoyable than large ones neglected DEATH OF MR D A TA YLOR List Friday night about the hour of ten oWic1 sfrvr a Imj iUurss tur rounded bv his wife and children sec eral brothers and a number of friends the subject of ths notice pcacfully met his Gud lie was a victim of mplication of diseases and suffered before the end came He was a devoted Cbrlslia genl man an at fectionate husband and father a kind and sympathetic neighbor The peo ple of the Montpelier neighborhood where he so long resided will greatly miss him and his immediate family has suit lned an irreparable loss The dcusas d was a brother of Dr J F Taylor Glasgow Dr Z G Taylor Knob Lick and Dr S A Taylor Gnidvvilic To the survlvlog family the News extends tui deepest sympa thy DEATH OF COL J A JIORRISON The news of the passing of this wel known gentleman reached Columbia last Friday morning The end came at his late residence in Jamestown and his demise was not unexpected as he had been critically ill for two weeks He was sixty nine years ole last June and was a man for whom every body had the utmost respect He served his country as a soldier In the federal army first enlisting In the 1st Kentucky and afterward was made Color ncl of the 13h Kentucky Cavalry As asoldier ho was courageous and loved by his men He was an uprightcltizen and was Casey and Russells last Rep resentatlve in the Legislature He was a zealous Mason and was burled with Masonic honors at Jamestown last Saturday a large number of relatives and friends being present He will be greatly missed by the people of Russell and adjoining counties and to one and all the News extends sympa thy A FORMER RESIDENT DEAD Mrs Bettie Goode who removed from Columbia with her children a number of years ago died in Indianap olis last Friday morning She was fiftyeight years old and the cause of her death was pulmonary troubl- brought on by grip Deceased was a daughter of the late W N Robinson and was born and reared in Columbia Upon receiving the intelligence of death Mrs Lou Miller sister of th deceased left immediately for Indian apolis Mrs Goode was a devote member of the Christian Church and besides her surviving children she leaves a number of relatives in this county A brother W O Robinson lives in the South a sister Mrs MrssMidsdlesboro this state and Mr and Lee Robinson this place all whom this community is in sympathy tEye Specialist DR G GOLDSTEIN Louisville Ky will be at the Mar- I cum Hotel Monday August 3d an remain four days until Thursday eve Gth The Eye is the window of the soul use it but dont abuse it To lose your eyesight is alarming many people neglect their eyes instead of giving them the aid they require glasses or treatment If you have weak or tective eyes nave them attended to at once otherwise several dangers con front you among which is that terrible disease glaucoma which leads to partial or total blindness Office hours 0 a m too p m Columbia Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS PAIR IS A GO Messrs F L Selby and X O Holt two of Russell countys most prising citizens have decided that t Fair at Russell Springs shall not onl hold an exhibition equal to form efforts but that better premiums better stock keener competition and a record breaker shall be the result this yearThey assume the responsibilities profits and losses and come to t front with the best premium list ever offered at that place which will go press at an early date and reach t public next week Messrs Selby and Holt are reliable business men and in the assumption of the respon5lbiliti ofsuclvan entertainment the people of Russell county ought to join Inter ests with them and give all the aid within their power Remember the 11121314eOLD MANSION TO BE REMOVED Messrs Nathan and James Murre- are making preparations to build a two story frame dwelling on modern plans on the spot occupied by their present dwelling which was erected many years ago The house in which they live is a comfortable log structure arid was erected by their grandfather near one hundred years ago in the early settlement of this county It is comfortable dwelling and in good condition bunt lacks the conveniences of modern structures Its removal destroys one of the oldest buildings In that part of the county FARM FOR SALE WIlJ Atkins situated 2 miles west of Co lumbia containing 216 acres quality of the land is good it be llmestone bout61 acres In timber Gooddwclllnp barns and o building Under goon fence and plen ty of living water 0GEO Ai ATSISAdnlr 11 a5l t 44t PREMIUH LIST Columbia Fair August t8Four Days MONEY FOR T H E W INN E R S TUESDAYFIRST DAY CLASS A JOHN N CONOVEU MANAGER Display of apples SI oq 2 Display of Pears 00 3 Display of Peaches 00 4 Special premium by Frank Sinclair dealer In general merchandise Columbia Ky Best display Watermelons a pair of shoes worth 2 5 Display of Canteiopes 1 co 6 Grapes variety and quality to be CODldercdto oo 7 Best bushel Wheat 1 oo 8 Best bushel oats loo 9 Peck of onions oo 10 Peck Sweet potatoes Peck Irish potatoes oo 12 One dozen ears corn 1 co 13 i dozen heads of cabbage loo H One dozen tomatoes oo CLASS It A HUNK MANAGER 15 Best buck any ale 5 Special premium by Camp bellsvi He Woolen Mills manu facturers of woolen goods of allSkinds Best ewe any kind a pair of Blankets worth 5 00 Special premium by John F Shaw representing B u roughs 4 Taylor Co mauufac turers of Calf killer pants and woolen goods Cave Tenn Best of sheep 2 ewes buck a pair of blankets worth 5 co CLASS c W II FLOWERS 3IANAGEH 18 Best boar any kind any age 5 oo 19 Best sow any kind any age 5 oo CLASS D ALEX CHKWNINO MANAGER 00e21 Best jennett any age 10 00 CLASS E T R STULTS MANAGER Brosechickensdrider over 70 years old 50 Second 2 5o 23 Special premium by J T Gowdy Campbellsville Ky Liveryman Handsomest baby boy under 12 months old 2 5o 24 L W groceriesrfresh meats etc Columbia Ky Couple of best riders boy and girl under 14 years old oo To girl 5 TO 0 boy 2 5o CLASS F A IIUNN MANAGER 25 Best walking mare or gelding oldfashioned running or fox walk 10 oo 26 WKearnsSide Saloon Lebanon Ky Fancy harness stallion mare or gelding 10 oo Second 5 oo 27 Special premium by C S Gra dy Dentist Best pheaton po ny 15 hands or under to be driven by a lady accompanied by a gentleman in a top vehi cle style and pleasant hand ling to be considered 7 5o 28 Special premium by Sam Lew is dealer in all kinds of produce and poultry Columbia Ky Best pair of harness mares geldings or mare and gelding 10 oo Second 5 00 CLASS 3IANAQERh29 Special premium by G R Mil erler representing Frank A Mcnnle Candy Company isville Best saddle mare or eldinSecond5 00 00 CofheNeat representing Otter CCc Wholesale Grocers Louisville toFastest mule i mile heats 2 nebest in 500 31 Special premium by M N tteel with II IT Martin C tobaccoeLouisville Fastest plug horse race i mile heats 2 best in 3 5 00 WEDNESDAYSECOND DAY CLASS u JOHN N CONOVER MANAGER 32 Best cow any age 5 00 llCATTLE OF ANY KIND 33 Best bull 3 years old andover 10 00 34 Best bull 2 years and under 3 5 00 35 Best cow 3 years old and over 8 00 Best cow 2 years old and un der3 5 00 37 Best bull 1 year old and un der 2 5 00 38 Best bull any kind any age 10 00 30 Best cow any kind any age 8 40 Best heard of cattle bull and tbreo females any breed re gardless ownersnlp 10 00 CLASS Jll COFFEY MANAGER 0HOUSES FOR HARNESS IU lOSES 41 Best stallion maro or gelding 10 00 Second fi 42 Best gelding 3 years old and 10nFarmersutKy Brat girl rlderxunder 1C jcare0l1ft 1ft do 43 Best wara o gelding 2 yeara old and nnder3r 8 44 Special premium by Gaines C SanrtTs lIver len Campbell villt Ky Bt stallion four years old and over r 10 00 45 Special premium by J W Catkey with Wyhorp Eanna A Cu dealers in all kinds of lumber Clnclnnal Bcjtfital Honl1 year old nod uuclr 10 Special premium by Ltbsnou Steam Laundry Lebanon Ky Reed Si Miller cheats Colum bia Ky Best gelding 3 years old and under 4 10 00 47 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 8 co 48 Best stallion year old and under 2 5 00 49 Best stallion under year old 5 00 50 Best mare 4 years old and over 10 ob 51 Special premium by W L Grady proprietor of the Grady ville Stock Farm and owner of Jordon Peacock Best roadster marc 3 years old and under f speed durability considered lo oo 52 Best mare 1 year old and un der 2 c oo 53 Best brood mare and colt 10 00 54 Best marc under year 5 00 55 Special premium by Turner Bros C Lyon dealers In bugagies harness saddles Campbellsville Ky Best fat man rider to Weigh not less than 250 pounds Goo CLASS J R F rAULL MANAGER 0SWEEPSTAKES FOR HARNESS rURlOSES 50 Special premium by M H Marcum proprietor Haroum Hotel Columbia Ky Best stallion any age 10 00 Second 5 co 57 Best mare anyage 10 00 Second 5 oo 58 Special premium by Turner Bros Sf Lyon dealers In bug gies harness etc Campbells ville Ky Greased pig race to be managed by Robt J Lyon 2 50 59 Best gelding any age 10 00 Second 5 00 CLASS K GEO ATKINS MANAGER- Special premium by W R Myers Sons proprietors of Columbia Model Mills Most beautiful double team regardless of ownership 10 00 Second 5 00 61 Special premium by Coffey Bros dealers in mules and highclass horses and owners of Red Lexington Columbia Ky Best New York saddle mare or gelding walktrot and canter 10 00 Second 5 00 Gli Fastest mule halfmile two best in 3 500 02 Fastest plug horse halfmile two best In 3 10 00 THURSDAYTHIRD DAY CLASS L L GRADY MANAGER 63 Best horse mule 3 years old andover 8 00 64 Best horse mule 2 years old and under three 00 65 Best horse mule l year old and under 2 5 00 Best horse mule under 1 year 5 00 67 Best mare mule 3 years old and overro 8 00 68 Best mare mule 2 years old and under 3 GOO 69 Best mare mule 1 year old Under2 500 70 Best mare mule uuder spear 5 71 Special premium by J W Jackman dealer In saddles hat ness buggies and farm Im pllments Columbia Ky Best pair of mules to be driven owned by one man or firm 10 00 CLASS N A IIUNN MANAGER 72 Special premium by A S Chewning Most beautiful stallion mare or gelding noth ing but attractiveness to be considered to be shown under hatter 10 00 73 Best double team regardless of ownership 10 00 71 Special premium by W LIWalker dealer in general merchandise Columbia Ky Best rockaway mare or geld ing style and pleasant hand lag regardless of speed to be driven to a two seated top vehicle 10 75 Special premium by J T Snap and F H Vaughan proprietors Commercial Hotel Campbellsville Ky Best gen tleman rider over 18 years old 10 00 76 Special premium by Turner Bros C Lyon dealers in bug gies and all kinds of fancy ve hides harness etc Camp bellsville Ky Potato race Robert Lyon manager 250 CLASS N W H FLOWERS MANAGER HORSES FOR SADDLE rURIOSES 77 Special premium by Staples Robertson C Co liverymen Columbia Ky Best stallion 4 years old and over 10 00 78 Special premium by C F Hayden agent for Illinois Life Insurance Company Best stallion tnree years old and under 4 10 00 79 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 f 800 80 Speclalpremtum by Baker S T Co liverymen Burksvllle Ky Best gelding any gCH 10 0 81 Special premium by Browning Bros liverymen Columbia Jcy Best plane any one 10 00 82 Finest turnout double team t everything considered except decoration 10 00 b3 Special premium by W L 369SD6fiiai TrOUS6r Sfflo All ool Trousers mado to your mearnro f- or3169CA8H IGforstylish patterns to select from Perfect fit Fabric and workmanship gunrantCiled or your money back IFREEcoplcs or lhls a tsmcnt I will make a pair or theso elegant I trousers free when accompanied with two or moro Trouser orders If you wear pants and want a perfect fit unexcelled workmanship samplesnndSam M Bowman 9 Merchant Tailor LEBANON KY tJIokelf of Good Clothes ot Moderate Cost Grady owner of Jordon Peacock Gradyville Ky Best colt by Jordon Peacock foal of 1803 25 00 Second best 15 00 Third best 10 00 This show will be managed by W L Grady 8i Special premium by M Crav ens dealer in drugs and drug gist sundries and Soda Fountairs drinks Best saddle mare or gelding 3 years old and under 10 00 85 Best saddle mare or gelding 2 years old and under 3 8 00 GEKEUAL SWKEPSTAKE HARNESS lU lOSES 86 Best stallion mare or gelding any age speed style durability and pleasant handling to b- econslderedor 100 00 to be divided as follows per cent to first 25 tosecond and 15 to third 10 per cent entrance fee five to enter and three to showCLASS o 87 Fastest mule onehalf mile heats two best In three 5 00 Second 2 50 88 Fastest thoroughbred horse onehalt mile heats two best In three 50 00 10 per cent entrance fee added to the purse 5 to enter and 3 to start 75 per cent to first and 25 to secon- dFRIDAYFOURTH DAY CLASS P It F PATJLL MANAGER 0 HOUSES FOU GENERAL TTTILtTY VUH rOSES ALL TO HE RIDDEN AND DRIP EN OVER TWO YEARS OLD 89 Best stallion under lyear old 5 00 9d Best stallion 1 year old and under 2 5 00 91 Best stallion 2 years old and under 3 8 92 Best stallion 3 years old and under 4 10 00 93 Best stallion 4 years old and over 10 00 94 Best mare under year old 5 00 95 Special premium by Murrell S Trlplett undertakers Columbia Ky Best mare lyear old and under 2 500 96 Special premium by Biad shaw Jones undertakers Co lumbia Ky Best mare 2 years old and under 3H 0 97 Special premium by W T Price barber Columbia Ky Best mare 3 years old and under 4 loot 98 Best mare 4 years old and over 10 00 CLASS T II STULTS MANAGER 0SWEEPSTAKE FOR SADDLE PUUlOSES 99 Best saddle stallion marc or gelding any age100 00 per cent to lirst25 to second and 15 to third 10 per cent entrance fee 5 to enter and 3 to show CLASS R SWEEPSTAKES FOR GENERAL UTILITY BE RIDDFX AND DRIVEN 100 Special premium by G W Thomas with Arnold Bone ger Doyle S Co wholesale boots and shoes Knoxville Tenn Best stallion any age 1000 Second 6 00 101 Special prtmium by Johd D Lowe with Murray Dlbbrell Co wholesale boots and shoes Nashville Tenn Best mare any age 1000 Second 5 00 102 Special premium by Creed Hasklns with Strong Thai hsimer wholesale boots and shoes Louisville Finest turn out horse and buggy everything considered except decor accompaU 10 193 Special premium by John F Neat w It li Atchlcr C Co wholesale grocers Louisville Ky litest marl to he rlrjiJehc and driven owned in Adair or adjoining counties 10 00 Second 500 104 Special premium by J W Johnston representing Perkins Bros manufactures of the elgarBowllog plug onehalf mile dasbi 00 105 Special premium by J B Barbee propietor of the Co lumbia Stage line Fastest mule onehalf mile dash 5 00 QJIADYV2LLE Geo H Nell has ueen on the sick list for several days Mrs Jane Turk after several days visit at Columbia returned home last week tobaccoweek soliciting shipments- Dr L C Nell and Prof H C Hind MondayMrwere the guest of Mr and Mrs G H Nell last Friday Messrs H C Walker W W and C H Yates were at Columbia last Fri dayMr W L Grady bought a Jewel mare from J C Yates of Bradfords ville last week price not known Mr Frank Dohoney and son of Mils herelastOur old time friend W C Yates of Portland was with us the first of the week and reports business good on Russell Creek H A and J W Walker spent a day or so In Greensburg last week looking after sheep Miss Sallie Diddle of Columbia spent several days here last week calling on her many friends Mr W L Grady the wellknown stock man of our town was In Colum bia last Saturday and reports that everything is now In readiness for tho C Bridgwaters passed through our place last Thursday from Greens burg where they shipped a carload of sheep to the Louisville market Mr H A Walker and wife spent a day or so of last week In Columbia with their relatives Mr J A Diddle sold last week to A J Moss the wellknown lumber man of Greensburg a large amount of first class lumber 0Prof J H Nell one of the best teachers In this part of the county opened his school at High Step last Monday with a good attendance Mr Thos Garmans little boywho received a considerable wound by falling off a horse last week is not im proving fast Mrs W R Lyon and children of Campbellsville who spent a week here with teeir friends returned home last Tim Bradshaw of Columbia passed through here one day last week enroute for Keltner looking afterin surance poultryalongWemost any farmer has from ten to fif teen good stacks Mr and Mrs W W Yates cuter nightlastMr U S Coomer of Basil was with us one day last week and reported bus nest good and the health of his com munity first class ofPortlandCaldwell last Thursday Walktr teeter and Co sold Rich ard Tot sly lat aetk sIxJyone sheet for 175 oo Smith and Nell sold the same party thirty nine sheep for Shirrull one of our best young men has located In led where he has secured a go d position on a farm at good wane On lest Saturday evening Misses Maple and Uusa Hunter entertained In honor of the Missts Williams of Mim plier It aeavery enjuablooeV i cisiiiu fr this s Minuy pc th1 Refreshments wcres3fVdcuu6latlng of cakes and lc s OLD EXPRESSIONS The following were banded to us by Judge M Rhorer vndwere culled from a number of old time savings contained in collection nf periodical dating back 100 years ago Some ol these however will sound familliarto Kentuckians of a later period Salutation light and look at your saddleI to borrow your candle moulds Go to ScroJllus store and buy ten yards of nankeen be throws In thread and buttons till of the old time Ken tuckians will remember Scnwins store It was loiMVd in Mercer roun ty nrar nirrudnUtirif juuj wm stij posed t hivd Vui In fife center lof the State andwpgthe only store of notci f r miles arnuid This was in tliH H 1101 forget the hnsni iridiirinn mardI want to dye the fillin Cue by the carding machine and get the rolls The salt gourd is sitting upon the soap barrel Make a charger and tie it upon the powder born and net a box of lead and run bullets in the 120 moulds and be sure and use a pathin and dont break the ram rod Clean her with tow Use split G Ds they are the best Widdlesboro Record PROGRAM The following is the program for the Russoll Springs Medical Society to bu hold at that place August 13 and 11 1903 Call to order by President addrcsp R epunee Reports of Comp Sfcy and TIOJIP payment of duns new o- rsmiscollaneons bushings election of officers aud appointing committee on arrangement and program Clinic hour Presidentialndtlres3 A ottolosy and treatment of typhoid fever W II Grissom Iliocolitis L F liommond Use of the XRay J B Kiuuaird Epidemic dysentary U L Tay lor Diphtheria W T Jarner Symposium Formic Medi oine and Surgery Gordon Mont gomery Medical Jurisprudence Col TP lull Symposium Matters and and Things in General at night U L Taylor The same subject w L Lowder Business end of medicine J C BarkerCriticism on the Lorenz Method 1st day and tne Early opera tion for appendicetis 2d day J G I S Wesley Malaria S G Cain Report of cases J A Bohn Subject not mentioned J D Hammond The Microscope in diagnosis J M Owens Report of caea A W Cain Progress of medicine Steele BaileyMamary Abscesses Bertie R CarpenterCan general practice of ob stetrics be improved J T Weir leySubject not mentioned J S Rowe What must the country doctor do with his surgical cases G M ReddishOrganizing country societies J G Carpenter Voluntary papers desired Hour of meeting 030a m J B SCHOLL Sec SELFSACRIFICING INDIVIDUAL The Chicago InterOcean that has never been known to be par ticularly friendly to democrats says Having received tho high est honor that men can confer up on their follow man and neither hoping nor desiring more Grover Cleveland must still continue to do what he can for his country and his party asking no reward for himself but simply doing what he can for them He must do this and he does do it not be cause he is an officeseeker but because he is a good party man a good citizen and n patriot It is interesting to be told by this republican paper that Me Ckv land asks no reward for hinnulf but is lying awake nights because of a desire to do what he can for his party According to this publican paper Mr Cleveland is a good party man There are a great many democrats who will object to republican papers like the InterOcean designating for themua good party man It tMr Cleveland had been a good party man he would not have caused his administration to stand sponsor for the abuses which the financiers sought to place upon tho people and if he had ben a gut d party man he would not have deserted the partysimply be cause it had taken a position that was not agreeable to Wall street SPECIAL TERM AT JACKSON- A special term of circuit court opened at Jackson Monday the 20th inst The Louisville Times has the following on the instruc tions to the grand jury Judge R dwiUt 8 charge to the grand jury has the ring ol sinceri ty It leaves no pnsyiMp PCCIlSI for failure ou the grinnd that th situation was not Iarlynldpr tood imH pacH the responsibili ty where it hplg8 Breahitt a ltHlgJ Hndwint P iiita out is hart of the Cnm monwealthof Kentucky What is law in L uievill and the Blue grass is to be made law iu Breath itt Individual interpretation of the code is no lorger to he permitted and the assassin or iucindiary is to be treated with the same severity that characterize his prosecution and punishment in the most lawabiding communities of the State It is time that the lines should be drawn clearly In charging the grand jury Judge Redwine says rightly The pre sumption of insincerity will prevail in the minds of many people until you by your acts rid your selves of it If in any way you fall short of your duty and any one of you has a friend to protect or an enemy to punish you will not gain anything for yourselves but will only injure Breathitt county You need have nofear for the strong arm of the Com youjYonmonwealths great system of the government and will be given all of the power that is allowed you by the Statutes If the investi gation is entered upon in this spir it there can be no fear of results Theres Mike Saufley Look at him and behold a democrat His star for the moment disappears behind the clouds But only for a moment It will come again shining brighter than ever It is impossible to down a good man and here is one of the bestEdi torial in CourierJournal Berea Bill Beckners speech before the republican State con vention eclipsed even Bill Owens cowardly reference to the dead Goebel It was of Berea Bill that the Senator Beck once remarked that he had seen thirty pictures of Judas Iscariot and no two of them looked alike but every one of them looked like Bill Beckner Glasgow Times Old Joe Cannon speaker of the next housa representatives an nounces that ho will not block currency legislation in the coming session But what does Wall street say If that gambling in stitution wants currency legisla tion it will get it if it doesnt want it it will not have it The The probabilities are however that your uncle Joseph has already felt the Wall street pulse The Chi sago RecordHerald complains that the Washington postoffice has been run to a large extent on the spoils principle Later developments indicate that other branches of the postoffice de partment have been run on the spoils system and yet what did the RecordHerald expect when it gave its support to Mark Hanna and the greatest political machine that has ever been organized in the history of this country Did the RecordHerald lay the flatter ing unction to its soul that the administration of public office by that machine would be in line with public interests Did not that paper have every reason to believe that when it gave ita support to ITanuas machine it helped to tablish the system and pave the way for the evils of which it now complains The Commoner The fact that there were over forty diuthi from the use of toy pistols In ihe hands of children on the fourth of July suggest the thought that either the toy pistols or the children or the fourth nf July ought to be abolished On second thonvht the motion to abolish should iot include the child ret the faithful manner In which the toy pistol Is discharging Its duty and Itself renders this superfluous No premium will be given fir needlework and kitchen products this scar but ladles wilt be admitted free the frt day Remember that the first day will have good shows Brutally Tortured- A case came to lljrht that for persistent and unmerciful torture hat perhaps never been equaled Joe Gel Iblck of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from rheumatism and nothing relieved me though I tried everything known I came across electric bitters add ito the greatest medicine on earth for that trouble A few bottles of it com pletely relieved and cured me Just as good for liver and kidney troubles and general debility Only 50c Rat Is isfactlon guaranteed by druggist The western papers are referring to him as Senator J RatBurton Such is fame and the ingratitude of republics Married in Deaths Shadow It often happens that a couple Is united in marriage whet one is affllct e1 with consumption a deepseated cough or cold Theres danger In this it Is marrying in the shadow of death Immediate steps sbould be taken to expel the trouble Theres nothing will so quickly remove the danger as Dr Kings new discovery for consump tion coughs and colds Its equally safe and sure for lung and throat troubles Cure Is guaranteed by druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free GRAND AJBJS1Y KEPUBLIO Will follow the flag to their Na tional Convention San Francisco in August Will you join the pro cession A glorious trip for a little money Special through service via WABASH Ask your ticket agent or write the under signed about the trip and for res ervation in standard or tourist sleeper F W GREENED T A Wabash R R 223 4th Ave Louisville K By the by whats the matter of Lit tletield of Mal for Teddys running mate Was it not he that saved the country from the trusts Indiana will be mighty doubtful to the g o p in 1901 if the emigrant col ored brother is not lured back In due season Possibly Senator Hanna has never reflected that Mr Roosevelt is the only man of presidential size left in the republican party ISince that 90mile dash on a buckless we can readily comprehend how easy it was for Lieutenant Gent eral Nelson A Miles to capture Porto Rico We trust the hefty Shatter of halt forgotten Santiago de Cuba siege mem ory does not have to be carried to the Spanish war veterans reunion on a cot When young Mr Garfield locates one of those bad trusts we do hopebe will tell Phil Knox BELLS HOTEL Lebanon Ky Frank Bell Proprietor 0This hotel Is located opposite the L N Depot and is a splendid place at which to stop Good meals excellent attention and the rates very reasona ble Trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicit- edBOBBIU HOTEL LEBANON KY J Dr BOBBIIT SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot o SgfNewly and neatly furnished clean beds Special accommodations for commercial men Rates reasonable Trade of Adair and adjoining counties respectfully solicited THE LEBANON STEAM LAUNDRY WANTS WORK You will be pleased with the promptness and neatness of thi- slaundryYuck from Russell and adjoiningcounties solicited REED R MILLER Agents COLUMBIA KY L Lr CH RYt Attorney and Real Estatu Dealer nay and snllij Real Esttte Writes leeislfnrg tw Wills LiasfSt makes lrctUms find practices In she tourtt 010 YD8 LANDING K j JI nEJf IIl1m T1l1i jmj N Has 524 526 and 520 VI Market Street EOUJlSVEIrLEt E1TrJe Y TIlE rUOGUESSIVE STORE Fur Floors 49 by 12S feet iiiItd with Carpus Rugs VjU Is per Pictnr Ec It pa t visit this stun if von rant to buy cheap and cV4 Eel KentucKy llnterchangeableDiakerShoe There Is that particular Detail Design and the Ken othersIDtrat or f It runs freely dont has grit bear Dueumo In fact to pet the very test ia quality must have a Kentucky DrillSiNfagsa Our Catalog 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