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I THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSr vtrn1R 6 OOIUMBIA AiAIROUNIY KENTUCKY 4YEDNE DAY AUGUST 263903 NUMBER 41T POST OFFICE DIEECTORY J J HIS J fLit UT DEPUTY POSTMASTER ek darcru m t ttr HUKT DIKIVTOKV lIIIITCuTThr eIn yt Tor Motdapinfanuary tbinl nljii Mm s Tdrd Monday 8epv Circuit Ju IKtW WJuncH CiiinmnnwKMtb t tvrn NM WAnrou MjcriO F r Circuit ClerK J nOoflay OoORf Kril Mmttnytn erchtnunt JIIor ilCiunly Attotn pJreOrntLJt- T JailtrJ K P ivw AllurK liurun Hlrreyor RTMcC ffre School Sapt WD Jones n r tCr lu a Ooparnegnlareour second kJDdaJ in each month Judge T C Dividual Gordon itont mry J Marshal T Flowe- rsOIJURCU DIRECTOR PRESBYTERIAN BaRttviuB Ypantor Semites second and fourth Sunday In each month Sandnytchool aLila m ern Viabbalh Prjer meeting erory odoea 5aIRb- tv CBKBVIIIB RrT E Mctcalfc pastor Services firth Sunday In ech month SaadaVichool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Tburiday night LtBAPTISTRov J P Scruggs pviuir Finland third Sunday Ineacb month S ladcyachuol every Sabbatt a m Prays r mnlng Tnendar night PIjBEd W K Albill tarot 6eiTlcrrSeccnd and Fourth Sundajs In each month Sncdayscbcol every bath at 930 am Praycr meeting Wednuda night LODGES MASONIC LonoaNo96 and AMRego lar meeting In tbelr ball over bank on Fri Jaynlghton or before the full moon In each month W ACotrey WM W D Jones Secretary R No7 meets rlday night after full moon J E H P W Secretary YETINERY SURGEON Fistulu pull evll splints spavin or any surgical work done at lair prices I guarantee satisfaction J am fixed Ui take care of stock 8 OKENSHAAV X mile from Colombia on Disappointment S C NEATrWITH OTTER g COW- HOLESALE GROCERS Jmd COMMISSION MERCHANTStLoulHvilltt Kentucky OJ I C S GRADY k 1 DENTIST I SPFXJIAL attention given tor S Gold Filling CwH n and I rk p work u E TOFriCE over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky t Scientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe ng to the repairing of the finest i YpbipJeB Jwill make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction iiiyfshop is located back of livijry Giveime yonr work JWCOFFEY Wiimore Hotel W 31 WILXOKR rroj GradyvfUe KenluO y i I tIllthanf 1table CONTROLLED BY TRUSTS nrefta of Corporation Operated by Roosevelt to Perpctnnte Their Graft If President Roosevelt is reflected next year It will be simply and Eolrly because a majority of the voters sin cerely believe that he Is helping them to fight their battle with the trusts So odious have the hundreds of protected trusts become both in the eyes of ccn sumers and investors that no man who openly favors them can hope to be elect ed to any kind of public office It is not strange then that President Roosevelt is seeking to have the public believe that he Is an enemy of all bad trustsassum ing that there are some good ones But what did the president ever do to really injure great corporations though he began political life as a stren uous free trader yet he recently pressure from the Protective Tari league Joined the standpatters and thus stands opposed to the most certain way of curbing the trusts and giving relief to thepeople by reducing the tariff du ties As governor of New York he calle in extra session of the legislature to pass amendments to the Ford bill t tax the franchises of the public servic- corporations The amendments were prepared by the corporation attorneys and were Intended to make the act un constitutional The courts have not after four years of lost time fully d ytided the case It was the presidents voice that killed the LIttlefield antitrus- bill In the last congress and caused th passage of two sham antitrust bills the Elkins antirebate bill and the depart ment of commerce bill with Us bureau of corporations to give publicity to trusts The facts that are slowly coming to light in regard to this new bureau should open the eyes of the voters to the real position of the president on the trus question In discussing the Statistical Outlook in Washington the correspondent of the New York Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin said on July 27 of this new bureau butreau of a really thorough type and if noyof B complaint in the near future when the methods now contemplated are actually applied Pressure of the most strenuous sort will undoubtedly be brought to bear at the white house Just how soon the Itooaevclt Do you see the bottom r anybottomdepartment win really begin to show Its hand in the matter of trust Investiga tion cannot be certainly predicted but those who are in position to know say It will not be until after the next presl dentlal election As a matter of fact a good deal of time Is needed for the or ganlzatlon of the work and for layin gtoout special lines of Investigation Al this will consume many months and Sec retary Cortelyou Is too tactful a man to weaken his strategic position by opening fire In a presidential campaign If then- would be any danger of hurting his party thereby It will therefore be a good while before there are any definite results of the inquiries of the bureau of corporationsIs in this statement to frighten the trusts Is It not cleat that this new bureau will give the trusts two years more leewaytwo years m reIlicense to squeeze the people and ract money from their pockets two years at 1000000000 year And what then Publicity Thats all and more than all for It Is entirely optional with the president whether any of the facts gathered by the bureau are ever pub lashed or not But the facts when pub llshed are intended to serve only as a basis for conservative anti trust egls sting sometime in the dim and distant future President Roosevelt fighting the trusts He Is their best friend He as no other man living knows how to tackle them and at the same time make the multitude who sees his fierce face and vigorous gestures believe that he mauling the life out of them The trusts have great need of just such a man at this juncture to save them from the wrath of an outraged people It Is a part of their game that Wall street and the trusts are to be against Roose velt this year Next year when the campaign Is on it will be found that the 0 Pls getting financial suoportfrom Its oldtime friendsthe trusts BY RON W HOLT POLITICAL DRIFT A lot of Mr Hannas party friend- who lave their handin echo his sent menfsof Hands offAtlanta Constl tutlon oAldrichtlon mayjook like the sy thrust of enemy but the country should recall what happened to Platts preceding se pGazetteRoosevelt has captured a ne group of admirers by rowing ten mile- to the sandy shores of Huntlhgton bay and sleeping outdoors all night under a blanket with his boys The ex act whereabouts of these admirers Is not indicated but they exist somewhere of course There must be people who like these antics slid Who wart to reflect a president who cutsupm Observer thatUtIqtPopellushas glvoa distribution among the pJ Born 1 Z i 5 Wall Street IndlKeatlble Secnrltlei FIGURES AND THE TARIFF Irldeuce Ailnilnldtratlonji Active GameffIt publican tparty endwishes it it of course necessary that thatepat policy in the republican mind It has been asserted that there is no prE s ent necessity for any change in the toldeafter the election next year and it is obviateeof any official information that would tend to discredit the assertion the circumstances are such that tart revision can walt says the Bingham ton N Y Leader In view of all this the following from the Springfield Republican is pertinent and sig tniflcant It Is vets well known In newspaper of treasurybureaupresent chief In the most unblushing man propagandaAU haveItprepared articles and mailed to the dayA11the background unnoticed These govern averatetwobyanything nowbeencommerce and labor and the report comes CortelyoIntends itsetoIt has for some time been evident that the present administration is ap plying itself with unusual Industry and zeal to the game of politics Mr Roose velt having apparently conceived the idea that It is necessary to the removal of all obstacles to the gratifies tlon of his ambition to succeed himself A part of this game Is the cooking o reports from the bureau of statistics in the interest of the standpat pro gramme If the figures and the facts fall to justify this programme then the ures and the facts are suppressed and the reports are confined to such show ings as are calculated to make it appea that the tariff is doing quite well thank yowl As to Secretary Cortelyous re ttacticsthe secretary will be induced to defer making a change until the secondterm and the standpat Idea are able stand without being propped up Th people must be fooled to the top of bent even if the figures of trade have tobe doctored in the effort to reach endaNOT MUCH PROTECTION The Tariff Protected Steel Trust is a Dad Way anti Stock Depreciated When the idustrlal trust boom was full blast dud corporations we being manufactured with millions capital every day in the week the protectionists cited the fact as the result of the great system of protection to American industries Now the stocks of these trusts are in a state of co lapse and the water has been squeeze out of them with remorseless energy what will the protectionists sayl The prostration of the boom in Wall street cannot be blamed on the democrats neither Mr Bryan nor Mr Cleveland can be holdresponsible The blight ing influence of free trade has had no part or lot in the matter and ye the marvelous prosperity of these trust corporations railroad and in dustrial have received a check which is but the index finger pointing to th prostration of general business the will follow in Its wake The abnor orally high prices that now prevail of all the necessities of life must result In reduced consumption and vena protected trust cannot pay big dividends unless the public will pay high prices for Its productions Wall street generally discounts In advance the falling off In demand for products or the reduction in earnings of railroads and these bear raids are lieap t that pays dividends of four percent sells around 23 there must bo som y ryirontruof ld plauslbereason protectiondoes d peoplesexasperating tp those who use steel twist prortuVjj that the foreigner mucblGtshoudcertahlberefOrned eableto buy our own goods connIDr William H Jett a romln physician of Munfordville diedsudden ly last week 2 1 J t J ANIMAL FRIENDSHIPS Queer Cases of Attachments Formed in Large Zoos Among the strange features of life in a large zoo arc the unexpected andat tinier amusing friendships that spring up between animals of ale together dissimilar habits and natures Out at the National Zoo says London TitNils two llhcsus mon keys have formed a warm friendship for a large Belgian hare but this is not so surprising as some of the Platonic loves that have been noted elsewhere Some years ago the tanical gardens at Rio do Janeiro the capital of Brazil kept a large mans tee in a pondon the grounds It was an immense creature and in time became so tame that it would come to the waters edge andeat grass out of he hands of the visitors This levia formed an attachment for an European swan kept on tIle lake and followed it about as though the swan were its guardian so that wher over the swan happened to be one had only to look in the clear water by its side to see the lazy manatee floating about and feeding on the water plants at the bottom Visitors soon found this out and by coaxing the swan to the edge of the lake they were always sure of the manatees fol Wnttwas and restless till it returned As for the swan it grew so nccus1 med t the big animal that it had no fear when the manatee rose by its side to take air and so the two got along fa muosly desoriptionofthe sayg that such attachments came about often in the big animal parks of Great Britain At one of them Leonardslee he saw a Sambur deer and a Welsh pony that were great chums At present ono of the pair of hippopotami in the London zoo has grown very fond of an ordinary black theIranother private menagerie in Eng grnpWGlvesdEuropean bear Somotim the bear would get tired of the incessant boisterous play of the wolves in which life some branches leaving his companions to howl over his absencebelow- Sir Harry Johnston the discoverer of the Okapi in his recent work on hre undertook the taming and domestication of a number of wild animals of whichbezoological berelephant lovingzebra and although the latter was usually very affectionate toward th othertimesof its constant attentions and demon strations of love and nipped the lit teetbrightfellow to squeal under the pinch MDUCKS NEEDED A SWIM Whitd thePhiladelphiaGould like all the other players wore BaygtheNewYork afternoontdown at his trousers with smile meIa battleship last simmer Tho battle ship was one of those tjiat lay off Thedaytie boats were cincttng about bent on seeing all that cputfd bo seen Thee was a peung officer on hoard who must have sat down acci den aily on a resflnpainted bench or something of thatlain for his white duck trousers wire very dirty He though was not aware of it He moved among the ladies gallant eyesoretheF nally some one on one of the little boats below in ai stentorian Irish voice shouted sofor ashwm roAcrossthe Ocean The entire plant of American dieassnear it glassesiamelQda 34n5 when full ntCeDUty Judge IiJB7HallQfDI W tfr county dojped drat while at work on his falnu t COURTESY AND CONVICTION Not Necessary to Be Dlsajrseable in Telling ITruth to observe diiferrntpeojOne man cannot conceive that there is any earnestness afoot unless he sees strata and agonizing lie is in clincd to distrust calmness in moral matters and think it too glow This type is exemplified by the deacon who did not like his new minister be1 cause there wasnt strugglin and wrastlin enough in his sermons Veryoften the man who is himself quits disinclined to anything strenuous is very particular in his demand that other people should be strenu ous and all along the lines there is 3 popular notion that earnestness and moral effectiveness must he in someway mixed up with strain nnd dilli culty Have we not all seen the re- ligionist who feels that religion is never really taking hold until it gins to hurt He comes to feel that he has not truly represented it unless he has made people uncomfortable- by it and the very fact that they are uncomfortable under his influence often makes him feel that there is an unmistakable sign of the reality of his doctrine Theodore Parker was one of the men who were always strenuous and while ho never shrankfrom declaring a truth because it was disagreeable there was in his general habit just suspicion of feeling that the more disagreeable tIle truth was the more likely it was to be true Indeed he somotimesBssuredhispeople that the very fact of their not liking what he was saying was in itself good evi dence that it was the truth This is very dangerous ground to stand upon says the Sunday School Times andnobody would have resented such a position when occupied by others more quickly than Theodore BNowgenerallylikely rather that people do notknowjnstist exactly what is due them toward others when they do have convictions What ought to be the general tone of a man who has them Ought i not be one of belligerency ThatIall depends upon the situation Cer tainlythereisno ono strict setof man nora that belongs to amanwho holds his beliefs strongly But there is the danger with us all that as soon as wo ire really convinced of a new truth we are a little inclined to suppose that we are tho only ones who believe in itthat the rest of mankind are reluctant or hostile to it just as wo used to be ourselves so that our first announcement of our new principle rather assumes that nobody else be lieves in it One man finds this hostility almost immediately another assuming that everybody has some thing of the same principle in him itoofrmany hearts are revealed Ancient Silver Pennies Not long ago 6776 English silver pennies which some man had hoard ed up for his own benefit in times when pennies were silver were soldofto tho publio at auction in London r realizing 500 for the national treasury This money was dug up by whileea g The crown stepped in and seized the find but it rewarded tho finders an a few rare coins in the collectio- were sent to the British museum prigaw I all the coin collectors markets Thi reasonde tended from England to France Ge r anyes it for his own use he is liable tafine and imprisonment It used to be a hanging matter Expensive Wine The most expensive wine in t world is somo 1778 Madeira taco ercd from a wreck in the Scheldat in 1814 It was sold at 114 a bottle yAComparison While a womancnn asps rule on throw a cricket ball 45 per celir- tfar as a man she can Jump 62 per cent as far as a man canleap Figures for Freemasons There are at least 1750000 free masons in the world of whom 160 belong to 3430 British lo gei The Howitzer The ordinary howitzer or siege gun weighs 2500 pounds anoHas six feet ten incho long A large estate has been letr Coa grcssman QibsoQi pi Tennby aMroio in vtho befrteBctod him labpybood 3 2i 2ii 1 r r i CURE FOR SQUEAKY VOICES Deep Tones for AH Men Merely a Matter of a Little Training Men with squeaky voices need not despair of talking like their fellows If they continue to have such piping voices it is their own fault One of the bestknown elocutionists in this country said the professor who did the trick for him to a New York Sun reporter used to have a thin treble voice that would have made success out of the question for him He was gifted with considerable talent in other ways and wanted to overcome his vocal ficiencies when he came to me It took courage to attempt the change of a voice like that but I told him that the effort was worthwhile I knew of course that his voice like all placedPlacing the most important thing about a singer and the voice that is not well placed will not last however fine it may be by nature Some voices are naturally placed but ordinarily it is the placing of the voice that is the most important part of tho singing steachers task What a difference it makes in a partthatpublic was acontralto when she went to her teacher He realized the mistake that had been made in placing her voice and all that had be doneandmadeherasopranoWell squeaky voices have had their voices badly placed nature When that fault is corrected they will talk as they should- I begin with singingexercises whether my clients have singing voices or not I work them just as I would if they were preparing to sing liTho caso of the elocutionist was almost the worst that I over had ut within a year he came around right It is not merely that the voice becomes lower fuller and more gatherstrengthliE have found this all to be thecer tain result of these exercises I haws never known a case to fail Because a man is unfortunate enough to have his voice too high in his head and to talk always up there insteadof down in his throat is no reason why he should go through life talking so Ho can make his voice as deep as the next mans by taking a little trouble THE WOMAN WHO SWIMS Exertion in the Water Calls for Use of Every Muscle Swimming will do more to develop perfect health in women than another form of exercise declares Mac faddens Magazine It develops the whole body asymmetrically loosens tho joints gives free action to the capacitystraightens frame throwing time chest forward and the shoulders back The woman who swims gains all this and in the gaining has much pleasureIn water sheis uspe lcd wit1l out the least hindrance to the motion her body she can move her arms or legs in any direction and bend the trunk freely The different inoWi ods of swimming all of which she will learn in time bring into ue all the muscles of the legs and arm A swimmer soon learns deep keepnwithout the extra effort required by ethe use of the legs and arms The positions of the swimmer at 3first seem strange to a woman she disuse of cei tain usdes has degen xeratedthem and when she enters the water io swim she feels no inclination to use muscles which she has not used since early childhood the mus cles of her waist and abdomen What she does try to do is to make the same restricted motions that she is forced to make ordinarily tho knees to gether and the little jerky strokes of thevof acquires the long sweeping graceful stroke of legs and arms which cemes to the proficient swimmer by prac tice asWho his ever watched time actions of a professional swimmer and noted the long sweep of his limbs the re covery of the arms for the new stroke and the wide powerful swing of the legs without a desire to acquire a little skill and power combined with a like grace of motion Not WutedI orimIporting Curtis Jett wilt bvtrifl fonhopt der of Jim Jockrell Thetas Ill called September 7 tv ii7 t Ca M WISEMAN aftI II JKWrLEIW unit op ICIANS- DMlrrj in Diamonds and Precious Stones 1 Special 3tronri n iriven to work and all ordfirs f LMc1c iniirliriH 132 st Market between trod Yon Opoltr eta Hall L MsvTTM1 KKvrunrv BIG FOUR ROUTE Snmmnr Tourist Line ai UST4 TNS LA KES FOKKT AND snORE NEW Y0AND BOSTON The Traveler Favorite 1 Chicago Pullman Sleeping Cars Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and al points in Indiana sod Michigan Uinquibd Dining Car Service Modern Equiprnmit Fast Sched alee Write for Summer Tourist J LYNCH W P DEPPE Oen1PssTicketAgt Asst QF T CINCINNATI OHIO a SJ GATES General Ky wN NNeNN1 NNNOo 2 TRY 2 OLDPORTi + + + ++ 14 NNNN FULL BOAST WINE BODY and DELICIOUS bLrY VOlt Each 1pound carton contains a silver steel tablespoon Tin tHbespoon will be discontinued after the reputa 110001 OLD PORT JAVA Is estab lished Ask your grocer JG HILLeRWPORTER AND ROASTER Louisville Ky NEW BUGGIES We sell the Fisher and PooenM Buggies We also have a nice line of Buckboards If you are going to buy a vehicle thin year it will pay you to see us and get prices before you bu- yBEARD JACKMAN COLUMBIA KY M7TDSTOICIB L I have an Excellent MAD STONK wblonlias bcqn tried in about oaeiuindreAcases tit hydrophobia and BnaKo bites with good results J can cite you to many of the cases Write orcall on me at DULWOBTH Kr JA DULWO RTH THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR VEAlaThis wonderful medicine posi CoughsColdsmonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 50olTrial bottle free BOBB1TT HOTEL LEBANON KY J U BOBB1TT SON Proprietors Raiirnad Street Within Fifty 1Yards of the Depot 0t X u wly and neatly furnished o L N S clal accommodations ti rimiMtia tutro Rates reasonable Tr iiinr artists adjoining counties r i ollullysuhcited t t i I Gf 51 iLBERrY C y lOSfEVraTI t tl Jf FMIf + I AJGUST 26TJIREEDAYS rZF ETjyjjE1 T i ii L I Tire lfostAttractive Premium List in e11A r1 onrii1iilli Aw i iraa I1jii J sill IIi d Ii snaCiYerr Wednesday HY THE Adair oullttwqo l ClcseltavlaTKU sue CLt UAAeCli Ktlltbr 3EmOCaQC nertapar dtv fo Un Inter sta orbit ttt ac tlie y7e 31eirAadlwuns couotfci Salorcd thetloininbla oswClceasircan- dclsaman matter WED AUG 26 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Is 0 w BBOKHAM For Lieutenant Governor W P THORNS For Auditor of State- S w 1IAOKK vv Irtr Tr ann r iysfif 1 B05 WORTH F jr Attorney taitieru- 1r11IA1S7 J N For Secretary of Stat- eLrlIr V MoCHESNEY Fipir Supi of Public Instruction J IT FUQUA Ot Co nmi joncr of Agriculture nUB n1 VHEELAND For Clfrfc of XJunri of Appeal t MORGAN CHINN RAILROAD COMMISSIONER r HONe C McCIIORD loll Jobu G Carlisle has pur chased a uear home in Greenwich ConnExGov Bradjy and Hon Gus Wilson will bB too busy to make speeches in favor of Mr Belknap IBm Arp has just underwent a dangerous oppJra ion and the whole South is bending over his couch The baud that rocks tho cradle may mlethoworld but it takes good stock to carry off premiums at n country Pair A man ouctf charged with con spiracy boldly proclaimed his innocence in a speech before the Romn Senate Immediately upon concluding ho fled Bettio Bieviu aged twelve hue just been led to the altar in Larne ounty by Joseph Price aged 23 Bettio doubtless will ba a hand some old mother at thirteen The Democratic campaign will be opened at Winchester September 5 by Governor Beckham and from that date until the election there will bespeaking almost daily throughout the State It is given out that Caleb Pow ers will make a speech in his own defense Whatever ho may say will add weightto the prosecution The case will probably go to jury the last of this week W H Sweeney was nominated by tho Republicans for Common wealths Attorney ut Lebanon laet Thursday A candidate for Cir cuit Judge was not nominated Lee Durham will fix Sweeney Tho dhtriqt is made Up of the counties Green Taylor Marion and Washington Chita attesoD of Taylor county is the Demo cratio candidate for Circuit Judg and will nothave opposition President Roosovelt is against organized Jabor and says the Gov cmmtat dopartratenttt should not discriminate between union and nob sit oft thou A movomeu1 is toba started in Illinois withj v toVjoif defeating him Neil C McColJnm of the OMginuers hrpth ttXIwantsnjob wJertwanbriJHitect States Courts ho must join an 5iatipn yet when we say i l1f13i j of his brother workers we are condemned This rule of Roosevelts windJuab hun in the next Presi ilcntmt campaign BIG POULTRY PRIZES Tiwuaud Dollars in Cash Will be Distrib uteri til the Slate Fair AlsoFinc Prizes for Belgian harts and the Greatest Pigeon Show ccer held in the South TIc Poultry and Belgian Hares and PijrCin suows at tbe Kentucky State Fair in Ovcnsboro tbe of week of Sep temb r 21st will be the largest ever held South of the Ohio river Mr John H Good is Superintendent of the Poultry Department The servi ces of Mr Theodore Howes of Indianapolis lad has been secured as judge of the Poultry Department He Is an expert judge of standard bred poultry The total amount of premiums for the Jepnrtment is 1000 as follows Brooding pen First 300 Second 00 Single birds First 2 Second Broodlog pens must be made in sep nrite entry There will be a special building for Poultry Pigeons and Bel nian flares All breeders should make to effort to show their birds and hares it will be both an honor and an trtlsement to win In such competi lion Mr Sale has arranged for a Pigeon show that is attracting national In terestRemember that a dozen of the very finest amusement attractions have been secured for the State Fair and that they are free to all who enter the gates of the Fair Grounds For all information and for cata logues entry blanks etc address Secretary L B Shropsblre Room 25 Board of Trade Building Louisville Ky KY STATE FAIR ASSOCIATION FOR SALE Four hogs half fat weigh about 240 pounds each J R Wade Watson Ky Puts An EndTo It All A grcvous wail oftimes comes as v result of unbearable paiu from over taxed organs Dizziness Backache Liver complaint and Constipation But thanks to Dr Kings New Life Pills they put an end to it all They are gentle but thorough Try them Only 25c Guaranteed by all Druggist Two farms for sale or rent one mile east of Columbia on Russells Creek SCOTT MONTGOMERY Columbia Ky FOR SALEI have eight or nine head of cattle for sale W W Brockman Joppa Ky GRADYVILLE Hon Geo Miller of Tompkinsvllle was here Friday Eld ZT Williams preached an in teresting sermon here Friday night Rev A L Hell is assisting Rev G P Dillon in a meeting in Monroe coun ty Mrs Fannie Hoy and daughter Miss Emma are visiting in Cumberland county B Erwin of Louisville spent one day with friends nere last week ofBurksvllJeand wife last week Mr Chas Pub of Campbellsville- was here last week Mr Will Hill who has been running a carding machine at Rockyhlll has returned home Dr G T Simpon of Breeding was called to the bedside of Miss Ella Bur ris Wednesday J A Diddle and family received a complimentary ticket to the Horse Cave Fair L Pendleton of Sulphur Well visi ted his son here last week Mr Henry Dunbarand wife James andwifelastJ A Diddle sold a span of work mules to Frank Staples for 8180 CO Moss has been on the sick list for a few days Miss Malissie Erwin a popular lady of Louisville visited here last week Robt Kcltuer bought a farm of C W Pile near here for 81000 Married at Picket chapel Sunday afternoon Miss Myrtle Kemp and Mr W T Kemp Rev Mcll officiating Burn tuthe wife of CleraKeltnerj liD thetl911a shit A RorrotKicbarcl Snecd trot his ankle broken by aprayc viutSWiig breaking with him Dr L O Nell dressed the- wound und he report thin better L Jli Yfiftnoie1 send Peacock cult to Prof John Flowers for SSo This is the colt that Jot the 825 special premium at the Columbia Falr frornSul1phur fyY iCIT CARRIAGE SHOP Ilbave opened a tirstclass carriage shop on Water Street and solicit your patronage I have had twenty years experience and guarantee satisfaction I have been employed by leading car riage makers of the State who pro nounce work uptodate in every particular Give me a call S F EUKANK STRAYEDone twoyear old red heifer marked with a crop from riirbt ear and split In left Come to my place July 1st Owner can get same by proof and paying chargesA Wheeler Knliley Ky BLISS A regular soaker fell Wednesday aft ernoon It was a great help P V Grissom and Richard John ston were here last week J W Patterson sold to his brother John of Cumberland county a pair of work mules at a fancy price Mrs Carrie Powell who has been as sisting Bro Mell at Breeding in the meeting returned home Friday Miss Gallic Horton and her nephew Horton Grissom visited Mrs Sue Grissom and Miss Mary Grissom one night last week J P Hutchlnson bought a lot of poultry here John Penmngton and wife have re turned from a visit to Metcalfe coun ty Misses Susie Mourning and Lela Naylor of Highway visited the family of M J Murrell last week Mrs S T Hughes and children of Columbia were With her parents Mr and Mrs M J Murrell a few days agoMiss Callie Horton who Is the guest ef her sister Mrs J O Grissom ac companied Mr and Mrs Grissom to the fair Thursduy Jackson Morrison and Will Hovious ofKnifley visited the family of Jas O Grissom Thursday night- DUNNIILLE Robt HatGeld was dangerously hurt by a tree falling on him last week J P Simmons and sister Mrs Pierce were at Liberty last week The corn crop promises to be the best for many years U P Walling of Campbellsvllle was at the Combest Hotel one night last week S J Bell and Capt Ed Pelley took In the Columbia Fair W H Williams bought a pair of work mules of W C Cundlff for 8200 Mrs Wells and son of Junction City were visiting R S Rector and wife last week Uncle Frank Chelf is very feeble and not expected to live long We heard some fine music in the Macabee hall a few nights ago The instrumental strains were heard all around the country J P Simmons pressed the notes and peddles R A Luttrell and Z T Campbell came with the vocal chords S A Simpson Dock Kennett and Mrs Sue Taylor who have been visi ting relatives here have returned to Bertha Cundiff who has been very ill is better Will Rector transacted business at McKinney last week AtI Foley is running his mill near bare A splendid sinAI n g at Luttrell creek R A Cabell is teacher Mrs Bottle Rector visited her moth er at Junction City last week ilisss Nancy Itubarts is seriously ill at this time Russ Fox has been confined with chills Miss Stella Hudson Is very low with consumption Corn Is selling at doe and is scarce at any price Mrs W H Rich and two children have gone to Harronville Mo to live Mr Rich will go as soon as he winds up his business We are expecting a good meeting nero this fall Rev Morrison Bar mod of Texas will assist Bro Wll lams IRVIXS STORE lThe rain has helped Iasturis and the corn cropi toIbia was here a few days ago insuring property for J H Smith Jonas Hammond of Rtyalton was here Friday to see his son Dr Ham aatoudril re A J Richardson IH batter S Ir Jlaiumncd bjujJUtfi a 1 year bIer ihorsiof JJncfiiyEiuiirsoufur J103 ii oritaalzttriE of MaconflGodo n JrlrJ dtitpiliiqrt taiplace on ccorinunf the proper pipers nofcar rivirfj It is now set ffr 4aturda- rrtJghtandirii t3 q Trpett Jr vlll install tiif beersasoosaoQery where rli iYcomo and bolp use tjA+ EA8 y 11DJLNW 0 e00 o 0004 +ti Just Received By w Ft tW effries Song XTlio Nicest Lineofte = Buggies Q h rI ies Buckboards EtsJ Ever Brought to COlUMBIA MARKET0099m0900A S00000 Rubbertire buggies have become quite popular and this firm car ries the very latest styles in this lino of goods A large variety of other makes now ready for inspection This firm will not be under sold Satisfaction guaranteed Remember tho place W P JEFFRIES Sox 000900 00o0 O0 096y90 000 iTHE 41 MARCUM n1 HOTEL 0tao 0 IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN n S Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven 0 tilatedrooms It is nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky 0 0 Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three t good sample rooms for commercial men X 0 M H MAROUM Propr 0 04 0000 0000 00 9g000909 OO 0000000 000000 000000000000W 0 MURRELL J F TRIPLETT MDRRBLL TRIPLETT 0 0 0 Funeral 0 0b 0- n n The above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and 0 Caskets and are ready to serve families who may need anything in 0 heir line They will also keep Coffins of their own make and wit 0 sell every thing In their line at the lowest pric2S A hearse will be 0 0 furnished JS CtTCall and see them dVer Jackraans Harness and Saddlery 0 0 shopt 0 0a Kentucky 0 0 000 004000AOm000000004 Hats gaps and GlovesWHOLESALE ONLY Send for our Fall Catalogue now ready The merchants are cordially invited to inspecc our line when in LOUIS VILLEtJOHANBOEKE EROSI rCQ LOUIVISLLB KY I WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS UoodSOl JWi5 8 Bro y AliE NOW RECEIVCtrTGr Four carloads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads ol Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers = jTILjIZEtaTen car loads of Fertilizer We will soil youiFortil izer at prices that will s rI1rieI Write iis for prices and information Ment 1r doimtj7 r7ewsvhenyon write f IfIfonnufiOli tLtN = t ith 0 BRO Greensurg Kntiaki I i 0 1 ki s iJ f i r 1 ICP ttx1 Jf Lr Ett t3i iilli3t3JTlth fOREk fJf OllclotbIF Kj 1 is Eic TJut Juriject stuck in the t I ri h Iv Pp 11t MCKNIGHT SONS GOBInt-el0 roRtti Gor 4iii and Walnut Sts LouisvilleCS f Jre tj e EltnIEPYp Tllfcu WE A HE DESIGNERS AND MAK trs of Smart Styles fur Yo ing Ladles toil men Ladies Department Oxrd ilea Thtlr L1I 310 Ofir Tic HuhSp riil 2 00 Ox rj Tcs r 1Ml KIItflll 1 ml Tit tr tntt Lei SI 50 j t Ih ro r itlar I- ilint 1Pltir111U tit romtR 2fl1 ttyt In Os T stjt- t a lf i s wellinail the Jatcst styls and one price strictly to all Tile St Louisville Brass feet In pavement irraic r A A A RKCTANUS V1OEPBES Wit STOCKHOFF TREAS iv COLE ASE- COY Y 19 NEW 0FARMERS HOME HOTEL COMPANY AINCCRPORATED ABest Hotel of its class in the City All the Fixtures and Y 0Iconnection with HotelyRates S10U perday 400422 East Market 8 1 A iG W COLE Manager Louisville Ky A OOOO OO EO- d OOOOOOOO Louisville Seed Co WHOLESALE DEALERS IN High Grade Field Seeds Pure German Millet Stock Peas Cane Seed Corn Oats Ask for special prices on corn in oar lots 232 and 234 2nd St Louisville Kentucky it B MONTGOMERY WIlH FLOYD BOHR WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF Saddlery and HarnessAN- D JOBBERS OF SADDLERY HARDWARE AND LEATHER 649 IV Market Street and 2JLl Seventh Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JOHN L WH11TLTrasllror1 UTICA LIME COMPANY INCORPORATED 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Limo Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Black CemePtStandardPlaster Paris Plastering Hair Elsa Engnirioa for prices invited Orders promptly filled El HUGHES 60 a SASH DOORS BLINDS ANDtAll Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123125 E Main St LOUJ3VILLB KY7 AMERICAN SEEDING MACfflNE CO KentucKy IS nterchan eabIeDisRorShoe There that partfcnfar somethIng In the Detail Dcsltm and Construction the tucky Drill that makes it surpass all others It Selves the Old Knotty Problems It runs freely dont do has grit bear logs In tact to gets the Drt er fttality oos must have a Kentucky Our Catalog is compreb It toils all alxHit otir Drills It iehandscmeiylllustra rr = fed writs Ir Catalog S5ii I nitties t Aarts LOUISVILLE it J PERSONAL MENTION John Parish BaY rton attended th Bell was with the Casey county people Mrs Nona Cabell has returned from LouisvilleLJLCombestDnnovigr attended tboFalr Miss Annie Euhank Is attending Liberty Fair Will Todd who lives out of town is sick Jquit Me LDra Smythe is attending the Lrit rrI 11Ir U Miller of Tomklnsvllle wa here lax ek W E Jurgati Amandavllle was hern last week vAhero last week Brno tnt and wife of Burk- vile attended the Fair CotiMiss Lida Simpson of Breeding t spent last week in Columbia Mr Elzy Mitchell of Glasgow was J here several days of last week Miss Daut Marcum entertained Mis Stella Lewis Thursday nightyu Knoxfwee Mr Porter PIckett living on the Greensburg road is dangerously ill Mr A C Snow and wire of Lula Russell county attended the Fair Miss Eflle Cartwrinht of Albany spent Iialr week with Miss Carrie Page Al Padlgo says be likes Columbia better every trip he makes to the townI E C Beard and H T Gartin Bradm fordsville were here during the show Messrs Lee Smith and Tilden Wag goner Burksville were seen upon the grounds Mr G S Blankensbip and son of naar Creelsboro put in two days at the Fair Mine Stella Cartwright of Burks r ville visited the Fair and friends here last week Messrs G W Thomas and R B anWaddlein ColumbiainMr G T Dillon Albany formerly r of this place was over to see his many friends Mr B T Marshall of Campbells YUle was here to take in the Fair an see merchants Mr John A Webb prominent cit Izen of Russell county was seen upon the Fair grounds Mr R T Baker Amandavllle was here with his fine mare and was awarded several blues Dr C H Shively Miss Ethel agenj and brother of were her during the FairIMr J W Sweeney of Lancaster met manv of his Adair county friends during the Fair Mr B W Miller of St Cloud Minn visited his mother brother and sister at this place last week Miss Mary Coffey who Is teaching 8choqinear Sparksvllle spent Saturday and Sunday at homeIMr J O Russell and Miss KlzzleI Murrell are in Louisville and Cincin nati markets this weekIMrs A R Humble of Somerset and Mrs Adams of Liberty attende the Fair Thursday and Friday Mr Schooling Pace and Misses Letle Alexander and Leta Pace Waterview were here Thursday and Friday Mr C S Harris Mr C H Murrell Misses Katie Murrell and Nina MarJ pum left for the Liberty Fair Tuesday morningMr Callison of Mlddlcsboro was here during the Fair Jim was born here and of course is partial tl1e town Mr Robt Caldwell of Taylor countyi took in the Fair met many of his relatives and formed quite a number of new acquaintances Mrs Curt McGee and Miss Annie Dixon of Burksville are visiting Mr B F Paull and wife and other relatives in Columbia A O Baker and wife G W Broc man and wife Finis Baker and wif J D Sharp and daughter of Amaad- villa attended the Fair Mr Eugene Pemberton and wife of Horse Cave visited the family of Dr J H Grady last week Mrs Pember ton Is a niece of Dr Grady Mr Abner Jones Misses Ada May and Maggie Jones Dr J S Rowe and Tom Morrison returned home Friday after enjoying the Fair ailass Lily Lowe Alone and J A JcCand less Clay Coleman and MIss Carrie Purseley attended the Fair Mrs Lena Bach who Is stopping improvlLhome in Lou sville In September fromtthe Uu6feJlhPrlngs and enj eyed the Fair lie rays bib mill Is runnipp constantly Hud that he is doing a good bpitpe Tie foJIpwjDg young people took Saturday4atlernuon fgaret Robertson Kate Walker Katb trine Horton Mary Irene and Be tie Doboneji Messrs Win and Ern- lowers L P Huddleston John estl barlle Murreil 4 r Sam Mackln and H D Cleaver Lob anon were among the visitors Burkse were a Ed Blakeman and wife Marshall Lewis Mack Shearer and J M Howell were here Mrs G W Staples accompanied Mrs Amanda Nell to her home in Frank tart last Thursday GC Lamb and Miss Lawhorn B Gilpin and wife were among the Campbell vllirvlhirors Mr and Mrs Illfie Myers and little son of Glasgow are visiting the family of Mr W B Myers T J Marcum of Monticello was here with Toney Boy and carried trotsMr R B Waddle a prominent attorney of Somerset visited the family of Mr M H Marcum two days of last ouweekMr Clarence Vaughan and Miss Ma mie Hudson Greensburg and Mr J ofsGreen county attended the Fair Thursday and Friday t Mr R M Cheek wife and daughter- of Burksville spent several days of reFairaccompanied them home Roysle visited the families of Mr G W Robertson and Capt WW Bradshaw last week and took in the Fair Mr Junius Rodgers and wire nee Miss Alice Mudd who were married at Greensburv last Wednesday night spent Friday at the Fair The groom is a native of Milltown ihls county Judge W M Myer and Mr W W Lyon of Uustonvillo were here and showed some nice horses Both gentlemen were well pleased with their treat tand speak in very complimentary terms of the association Messrs John Whipp O P Bowman C F Montgomery G C Jeffries JasIGiboney and wife Misses Florence Hall Amanda Stone Julia Stagg Pearl Montgomery Lucy Bowman Lizzie Phillips were here from Liberty A party of ten from Monticello spent Saturday night in Columbia en route to the Mammoth Cave They were R C Shearer and wire P C CofIeyI d wife B F Coffey and E C Oliver and Mrs Flem g W A Sidewell and Miss SteUaI Shearer Mrs Creed Haskins of OampbeJJsI ville was perfectly delighted with her Thursdaydlunch for herself and husband before leaving home and was real sorry at the noon hour to have to decline so many cordial invitationsto dinner Mr L M Reid and Mr W S Dry two popular horsemen of Hustonville attended the Fair It was Mr Reids first visit to Columbia and h e was aneacquainted He says there is no doubt but Columbia has drawing cards and he will return in the future to sit in the gamecDr N P Allen of Smiths Grove jMrattended the Fair Dr Allen is rela ted to all the Turks of Adair county and the treads of the original family Thomas and Peggy were his uncle and aunt Dr Allen writes for the Glas tRipeToBryantsvilledupon- het Fair grounds with friends of hi earlier days We had a talk with the Doctor and was pleased Uf learn tnat he was receiving a liberal share of the practice in the community where b resides He stated that it was a grey pleasure to visit and mingle with theI friends of his nativity that the blue grass section was inviting but for happy contentment theres no place like the copnty of Adair Everybody was glad to see the Doctor and w trust that he will Qnd time to visit us again some time soou W R Lyon wife two cbildrenM Fannie Lyon Creed Haskins and W E Waller and wife Mrs D Williams and daughter R J Lyon an wife J T Gowdy W A Dr Nunn J R Sanders Wm Jas Creel son and daughter MissLe skn SanaOwen Hardesty Hubert Cox M1 Genievo Anderson Miss Alice Wood Merlin Wood Miss Edna Collins C R Hoskins were Campbellsvllle peopleI seen upon the Fair grounds LOCAL JOTTINGS rHe is eating em alive at Liberty this weekcDo not forget the big sale at Anderson Holladayd September 11 contraat ct new tin worker Pay up your subscription to the cbool this week WM Tuft Treas ssit wet the largest crowd the most orderly and the most successful Fa ever held at Columbia The walls of the new school building will soon ba completed and fro must Have 81600 by September 1st to pay the contractor We iwlll expect all to pay up their subscription this week N M Tutt Treas I f v Our Fair The Most Successful Ever 5 Held in Adair County LARGE CROWDS GOOD IC It is J pleasure to announce that the ColumbiaFair last week was ouu of the most pnccessfnl exhibitions of the kind ever held I this part of the StateTe feet safe in saying that as much enjoy ment and as little trouble and disorder prevailed as any similar gathering of so many people anywhere The first day showed about 1000 in attendance the ladies t numbering the men the sop ond registered fully 1600 the third the big day reached th high mark of 4000 and the fourth figured 1800 With the exception- of two little commotions of a disorderly nature on the second day the conduct was equal to that of a ligious gathering The Association was prepared to promptly expel mischief makers from the grounds by having a strong and well organized police force but it wan not the evidence of red badges that produced the good order much as the true and manly make up of the people who attended Wo feel that Coy lumbia has fully sustained her reputation for peace sobriety and courtesy to the large number of visitors from other counties and other sections of the State likewise that those who attended our Fair from other localities were ladies and gentlemen of the highest typeThe program for each day was full of interesting shows inviting- to exhibitors and of much interest to those who fancy the fleetfoot ed pond high eating Kentucky steeds Good premiums bring good stock good stock keen corn petition and spirited rivalry in such instances is expected and enCjoyed With good order shows and good music there was nothing leaking to round up a sac cessful Fair and in all these sentials the Association was bless edThe Liberty Band was equal to the occasion and received the tokens of appreciation from the lov ers of good music through the me dium of handclapping almost on every piece rendered We have passedcon and when the members left for thei homes in the beautiful little nit the uplands of the upper Green thf y had a large boquet of appro pinned on the lappels of reputation by the thousands whom they entertained On the the third day in the afternoon many of us were reminded of the sad and recent demise o most conspicuous person ever connected with the Columbia Fair when Mrs Hudson accompanied Mins nie the favorite and familiar steed appeared before the gran stand turned and drove out by thettr appearance people could see in their imagination the hands that held the reins on 00 many occasiqns in ihe plat and thee yet over that home ysBriAep stated the Association boughM forEsauerelished his diet the stockmen left satisfied with their earnings the band boys are willing to come werke oasf fine stook the thoroughbred race the trotting race and the keen competition in the finest turnout the driver accompanied by a lady In the double team ring there were two entries and the premium was awarded Mr W H Flowers this and Miss Ethel Perdue of Missouri In the single horse and buggy show there four entries Dr E C Beard Bradfordsville and Miss Daut Marcum Cola ni bia being the winners Below we give the winners as fchown by the Secretarys book We mention eecoud place onl where it drew money Display of apples Jo Coffey itPears WE Hancock Watermelons P II Brldgewaters Cantelop6S P 0 Gridgewaters Grapes Job 1A Harris Beat wheat W DBradshaw Cats G G Reynolds Onions P UJridgewaters Sweet potatoes Etna McCaffree JIrlshiottt6es0 BHitchenpBy Corn J W Tndd Cabbala John A arris I Tomatoes Mrs A GTndd Best Buck R E Tandy Ewe Fame Same Herd of sheep Same same Sow any kind Any age E G Atkins Jack any age A B Wilmore Jennet any age Smith Nell Best gentleman rider over 70 J N B Dohoney Handsomest baby boy under twelve month I1 C Bennett WinnBest walking mare or gelding Coffey BrosFancy harness stallion mare or gel ding A W Pedigo first W L Grady second Best phaeton poney A S ChewnIng Best pair of harness mares geldings or mare and gelding Coffey Bros 1st W B Morgan 2dIBest saddle mare or geldipg Coffey 2de2 in 3 Alonzo Block- Fasteseplug horse i mile 2 in 3 Gus Jeffries SECOND PAY Jersey cow Fred Hill Bull any kind Sam Wheat Bull 2 and under WIT Dohoney Cow any kind 3 yrs old or over R Paull Cow 2 yrs and under 3 R E Tandy Bull any age any kind Sam Wheat Cow R F Paullv Herd of cattle R E Tandy HORSES KOUHAIINESS rUKlOSES Stallion mare or gelding A W Pedigo 1st Myrcs Lyon 2d Gelding yrs and under Coffey BrcF Girl rider under 10 Emma Young Mare or gelding 2 and under 3 W L Grady Stallion 4 yrs or over Jas Gibouey Stallion 3 yrs and under same same Stallion 2 yrs and under 3 W L Grady Stallion under lyr W E Hillis Mare 4 yrs or over Jas Giboney Marel yr and under 2 G A At kinsBrood mare and colt R F Paul Mare under 1 yr G A Atkins Nat man rider L B Hurt Best stallion any age W Li Grady 1st Jas Giboney 2d Mare any age A W Pedigo 1st A Chewning 2d Gelding any age Myres Lyon 1st offey Bros 2d regardless Jas Giboney second geldingAFastest mule i mile 2 in 3 Alonzo BlockFastest plug horse i mile 2 in 3 Plato Wade THIRD DAY Horse mule 3 yrs or over Jo Reed Same 2 and under 3 Tom Wlllils Same 1 under 2yrs R H Chewning Same under 1 yr J R Rice CryHare mule 2 and under 3 W H Flowers Mare mule 1 yr and under 2 John Eubank flare mule under lyr Smith Nell Best pair mules to be driven owned by one man or firm W H Flowers Most beautiful stallion mare or geld Brosf Coffey Bros Rockaway mare or gelding Coffey BrosGentleman rider over 18 Jo Coffey Jr HOUSES ion SADDLE PURPOSES 4 yrs or over Jas Gibone dStallion 3and under 4 Coffey Bros Stallion 2 and under 3 W L Grad Best gelding any age Coffey Bros Mare any age Al Meyers Finest turnout double team Will Flowers and MIss Ethel Perdue Mare or gelling 3 and under 4Coffe Bros Mare or gelding a and under 3 W L Grady SWEEPSTAKE FOR HARNESS MprestChewning 3rd rFastest mule i mile 2 in 3 Robert Cravens 1st Alonzo Block second Fastest thoroughbred i mile 2 in 3He P W Napier FOURTH DAY HORSES FOR GENERAL UTILITY Best stallion under 1 yr R F Paull Stallion 2 and under 3 W L Grady Stallion 3 and under 4 Coffey Bros Stallion 4 yrs and over W L Grady Mare under year J T Hamilton Mare and under 2 W H Flowers Mare 2 and under 3 W L Grady Mare 3 and under 4 Coffey Bros Mare 4 yrs and over Coffey Bros SWEEPSTAKE FOR SADDLE PURPOSES Stallion marc or gelding Coffey Bros 1st W W Lyon 2d Coffey Bros 3rd SWEEPSTAKE FOR L UTILITY Stallion any age A W Pedigols t W L Grady 2d Mare any age Charles Cabell firs secondy horse and buggyt driver to be accompanied by lady Dr E 0 Beard and Miss Daut Marcum Best mare to be ridden and driven owned in Adalr or adjoining counties Al 1st Chas Cabell 2d Fastest plpgi wile dash Plato Wade Fastpstmulei mile dash Robt Cra yens Colored rl ierlfarcellusapier Trotting race JJ Mar um first 3yreB Iapier3dr PlY up donli bo ow yon owe it i MVTutt Treas A party of youinf people including howe folks and visitors enjoyed an outing to Gritlin springs Saturday af ternoon Besides the various items mentioned Mr Anderson llolladays sale bills Pbe will dispose of a large quantity of corn and hay Mr Dock Dryes fractUK J lioiu was fearfully swollen Saturday morning but it was giving him but little pain apdhe lelt Corhhi home at Hustonville I want to buy shelled core Will pay cash- Ed In Hurt Columbia Ky Mr J Hutchinson Las exhibited at this office a caddish two feet in length It only weighed 31 pounds About 18 Inches of it grew out of the ground Miss Ethel Azbill entertained a number of her friends in a royal man ner ether home on Friday evening in honor of Miss Ruth Williams Camp bellsyllje Lillian a twelve year old daughter of Mr and Mrs H K Robertson cele grated her birthday last Monday She gave a dinner to a number of her young friends The amputation of the left arm of Mrs Allen Irvin Wells Bottom last week by Dr J II Grady was very successful Word reaches the Doctor that the lady is getting along nicely Mr Jas Garnett Jr Grand Junior Warden in company with Mr E G Atkins went to Font Hill last Satur day evening and organized a Masonic Lodge with Mr John A Webbas Mas ter The new lodge is in a splendid neighborhood and will doubtless pros per Mr J S Yaugban who resided at Lula Russell county a most excellent citizen died last Tuesday He was about 78 years old a brother of Mr Wm Vaughan of the Russell Springs and leaves a number of other relatives In the county He was a zealous Ma son and was buried by the Fraternity Mr Talmage Smith has bought one half Interest in the tin business with Mr L V Hall Both are young men of energy and well up in their line and we trust that people in this part of the country needing anything In their line will patronize them They are both gentlemen On Wednesday the 19 at Greens burg Mr June Bodgers was married to Miss Alice Mudd who is remembered by Columbians as a sweet singer hav ing favored us on many occasions with her music They attended the Fair on Friday and received the congratuI lotions and good wishes of their many friends here x A man named Gill lost his pocket book near the residence of Junius arnesMondaynight containing 3500 looking some time and falling to find it he came to town Tuesday morning he returned to renew the search and the first thjpg he beheld lying in the Toad was his pocketbook containing the money The free for all trot was interesting and the last heat very exciting The sorrel mare owned by Myers Lyon is a good qne as Is also the little mare owned by P W rapier Toney Boy owned by Tom Marcum was first In three straight heats and got drat mon ey The mare owned by Myers Lyon second Napier mare third andyayCompany has been promoted and transferred to the Louisville office Mr Carson is a nephew of Mrs Marga Murrellybusiness attainments Old Jake the noted saddle mule of Kentucky died last Sunday week He was foaled thirty years ago and had ofSNathan G Butler who gave him to bis son NC Butler to keep till death kept the promise and gave Jake a burial placing him under three feet of dirt W H Flowers bought of Silas Cain last week two mares at 8200 a pair of two year old mules of A D Taylor for 8325 Dick Tandy bought one mule of Smith 3t Nell for S180 one of Staples Robertson Co 120 two mulesof II A Walker and 160 sheep paying 8740 for the lot He sold to J D Todd three line bead of cattle for 3165 sold J T Burdett one mule for 8110 Mr S C Pemberton and son of Horse Cave were here last week looking for ood mules and horse but Made only two purcbasest They bought a mule of Mr 4q Todd for 3150 and a horse pt Henry Todd lor 8i2q Saw Mackin of Lebanon was also here Ho bought of WL Grady othorses but the prices were not given Mr Jack Sanders a popular and very intelligent young man of Campbells villa for whom all the young people of Columbia have the very highest regard has consented to send thenews or his town weekly to this paper his uncle Mr Joseph H Chandler bavjng resign ed oa account of ill health We are sorry to louse Mr Chandler a con tributor but his nephew is made of the same kind or uiuieri l V RED LEXINGTON No 1957 0This horse is three years old and is the property of COFFEY BROS Columbia Ky He won first money in every ring in his class and also the 100 sweepstake saddle premium 369Soeelal Timer Sale All Wool Trousers made to your mearure f- or369CA811 16forguaranteedorFREE Any man sending me copies of this aver tlsment I will mike a pair of these elegant trousers free when accompanied with two or more Trouser orders workmanshipandand self measurement blanks to Sam M BowmanMerchant LEBANON KY flakcH of Good Clothes at Moderate Cost Col Josh Powers and Mr Tinnes two prominent railroad men were here last Saturday night A number of gentlemen met them at the residence of Mr Jas T Page and heard them discuss our proposed railroad They were well pleased with the route and favorably impressed with the resources of the country but seemed to be of the opinion that the road should be steam line at least for two er three years as freight would be the heaviest producer of revenue and father a steam line would be much the cheaper They were here but a short while leaving Snuday morning accompanied by ProC Azbill A good feeling exist and we trust the road will be built There is nothing like keeping everlastingly at It and Mr Azbjll is to be congratulated in his de termination to give this section a railroad Mr Dock Drye of Hustonville met with a very serious accident at the Fair Friday afternoon Tne fancy saddle ring was on and Mr Drye was showing his horse The riding was spirited and in passing Bud Giboney roan station and rider the animal kicked striking Mr Drye on the leg below the knee breaking the small bone Here Is where nerve came in Mr Drye did not light from his horse but kept In the contest to the end winning second money The premium was one hundred dollars J W Flowery bought L M Wil mores Peacock cult for 8500 just be fore the Peacock colt show Be entered the contest and won the 825 00 premium 1C is a fine cult but it had fine ones to appear against The was who sold did well god the buyer ajso Talmagfi Smith bought of Junius Hancock four acres on the Greensburg road for 887500 Mr Smith will improve the property in the near future by building a neat residence and such ther buildings and equipments need to beautify the hill and make a pleasant home REMo Caodless deputy United States Marshall arrested Reason Knight and Andrew uddleston last week fur selling liquor and lodged them in j ill On Monday he anvfttd Oscas West fur raising a one dctllar bill to ten Why rej ll so slow in paying jour ublCflPtlbn lt is due HiM Tutt T eSL ADMINISTRATORS SALE ofSeptemberthe late Henry E Christie will be sold bigsaleRemember ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT do W Porte Pig ltoticeDe1The creditors of Della Harden De ceased are notified to appear before me on or before Sept 16th 1903 and prove the claims against said decedents estate 46 L B HURT Master Com Granvlle Taber and Eph Rector charged with murdering Amos and Dock Acree in Wayne county were Monticellolastin the sum of 82500 and the latter 81500 Mr and Mrs R E Tandy who live a few miles out of town entertained a party of young people last Saturday night In honor of their son Leslie Quite a number of Columbians were present who were perfectly delighted with the evenings exeroclses There were music and games Mrs Elizabeth Robertson mother of Mr G W Robertson fell and broke one of her hips last Monday morning Sbe is quite an old lady and was walk lug In the yard when the accident oc curred She will ho given careful attentlm and ILls hUllud she will recover BIG SALE Ou Friday llih of September I wilt ottVr forsile my valuable farm all my Including21lijUlcstwototi of cattle liousunold and kitchen furniture Anderson Htfladay NOTICE underpretuist8 r r tlft months Owner will pteiisfcoiiit tine wet bar Mf A ECabbell Folstctyi v frm contalnirig173 acres twu dwjliiiius three barns all under ui ui rrpaiTerms reasonable yWi 11 S3rrrb GradHIJ R =1 kh r A REMARKABLE f4Si Sigiifng Ones Name Many Times a DayA Queer Mts L S ttgirjsiin sloriis were iojiliitlhe treasury jboul the tasks pilrforntcc recently by Hubert Armstrong as fiisiaut sctKIniy ofthe treasury T tine the secret ajy of Ilia treasur was absent frown lie city and Mr Armstrong acting secretary gay the London Mail One of the other assistant mTctarirs hail resigned and the third was ill at his home IIIHliahiguingfor sistants fill the one assistant F Sivv Jaws he si ned His name eontiMU front tight oclock in the morn cuingHhAgain in the evening at his home he pplndinghis daytherious business In one dayof ten hours it was claimed he succeeded in signing his name 6000 limes After the first two days his arm began to bother hint at the shoulder and this cxtonded to the fingers of the right herelieaslargeter of an inch thick ITc tried all sorts pf tunesaving devices and fol lowed many suggestions for the econ fltimybccaine necessary after the third day for him to have a masseur work with Isis signing arm at the lunch hour to use He had two fountain yens an inch jn diameter and of spe cial design madeTor his use He was penholderlfcptunusual position whichmadetheu tire quickly Then the fountain pen inantXor using punctuation Instead mehewhich experiment rested the hand von with these steps he welcomed ilie return to the capital of tho see retary Out in Ohio one of the favored ex pressions of the elder Ailes whenad dressing his son Milton E Ailes un til recently assistantsecretary of the treasury was for him to mind his ps anti qs and Miles always tried to do so His astonishment can be Jrggined when shortly diet he he game assistant secretary of the treasury he received a note from the ch 9f warrant division of the daincnt requesting him not t par i s14H s taws i cl u dot Ins this insuborOpabV d io recent lDqUlredclIiel itOJoffice what was meant by ne explanation was simpl oneell Mr Secretary you have fivetlqsad nine of yeur firsicfeys signing rfse as yon hail altered the amlItlnk by dotting the T in your last name It Avastrue The scrol in which the secretarys marao is writ ten is directly beneath tho place where the figures showing the amount of time warrant are written In one ease he hrftl dotted his i in sucha way thata warrant for 1475 had keen changed to 1475 It mat fere not that the error was easily de tcctcd because the sum was also written on the face of the warrant It was an apparent error and the of ficials of the government under their Instructions could not pay i Singers Remarkable Death JL remarkable story is told of the f death of the young Austrian opera singer Irma Golz Though only 29 liner career has been brought to an end by an incurable disease At mid night Frau Golz requested to be lif ed out of bed This was done an then agairist her own desire sheI was dressed in thin costume of her favorite character La Traviata AH the lights in the room having bee turned full on the singer took aso rowful farewell of her husband another d relatives who were present Having asked that her brother should play on the piano Mendelssohns Fruhlingelied the dying woman accompanied the music with a voice of infinite pathosandthen sank to the floor exhausted and expiredI A Frozen Country A returned miner from the Elo dike states that at a depth of 225 feet he found the ground frozen hard Life Without Hope Life without hope is like a house without nroof Chicago Daily THEY BUY THEIR HAT Djferense Between the Sexes Illustrated by a Simple Deal X3Jtied iimo more striking manncMhan in the Araj in which they buy their lieadwcar When a woman wants to buy a new hats says the Chicago Chronicle she enters a shop and makes tot the hat department Arr jiving olhcrshe selects a hat Iuit n 11iil iEt Jt w r 0tindllooksffnllifc mirror The sales woniannivrely pushes her belt down imli nj strolls leisurely toward womancnor Cortyl1urd AtycommiYliulii you wantahat The first woman tries on three Ibc over pccigneofinflowing flounces Tirn Ill her urn hat liks at herself complacently end move along The saleswoman impoEsiblafII The woman tries fothe cxtshop aiulolhcr buys a fair51t0eas II tIdoy she starts in again visiting other fhops About Saturday she sails in to he highest price shop begins the tHiinl piling up process and then illa whoop of delight finally eizcs on the last hat on the wire heads and cries as she hugs it Ohl What Thaiseaactlywhatshe She then makes overtures to the negotiafronsint will make over the hatthis M purchaserinor finallyiheAnd here is the mans way The man steps timidly into the first hat store he sees A grimlooking sales man rushes linen down the vile takes oil his old derby whips a straw out mnnshlawrapped derby under the mans arm Whentileheintendedspeckled black and white fellows DANCING Plea for ardBeautifulOf all possible exercises 101 the thesnrsilly min iu sing and capering hutflanc pat its best Such dancbng as ex Presses brilliancy of conception and sweetness of spirit as well as beauty of motion is an art and exercise whose power is still undeveloped Perhaps it is to le the next reborn art Already omu old evils of unin telligent dancing are disappearing Tho old first position with heels together toes out and the bodys weight thrown back onto the heels and spinal column laws caused most of file bad poise anti gracelessness so general in walking and dancing SBbre mobility aud exterity if they are not well ordered possess but lit tie charm Every motion means something send dancing to be really beautiful must intelligently rnd skillfully express beautiful meaning The tcacXiiug of fine poise and good motion on free springing balls of feet and toes is infusing into popular dancing some of time natural ease the gentle dignityand real joyousness that musty distinguish all best dan c ingThere iff a great deal of popular g of all times and peoples that otf our own popular dancing is so stupid ly vulgar in its suggestion that we find it distasicfiul even wit outnnaly sis and it we analyze its mcanin we must marvel that it is 1o survive But there is such in finite possibility of beauty in danc possibilifdThere is no cxcncisc hat can be made so pleasurably helpful as beautiful dancing dingsrTwelve golden weddings are to be celebrated1 at Flobocqa village of 1000 inhabitants in Belgium on the same day Two hundred and eleven relatives m11attendthe rejoicings WOUNDS OF THE HEART Not Necessarily and Invariably Fatal Says a Physician nIn wounds of the heart itself the escape of blood is never in large quantify and the lethal consequences are due Jo the fact that the escape elf blood from within its cay ity or cavities into the surrounding sac of the pericardium mechanically interrupts the alternate contraction and expansion by which its pumping Accordingly SIIedicl ue the results of wound of the heart are identical with tihose of gradual su vocation This tact was strikingly demonstrated in the case of the eni press of Austria Aud the diabolical skill and precision With which the wound was inflicjied in her care off er diagranimatic illustration of age Oesarily fatal wound of the tea rt The instrument used was too large rt form mefencedlo puncture was inflicted too loch iUvfJipjchefit t to tie nonpenetratjngT10r it was aimed with truly fiendish ingenuity at the position of me of thin walls of the four cavltiesofthc heart and the directness of the penetration combined with the thinness of wall of the cavity rendered it physically impossible that the wouird could be valvular The Israelite warrior of old smote the enemy when possiblebe neath the fifth rib because the im pulse of the heart is felt there But he probably did not know that it is in that precise position that wound of the heart is least necessarily fatal The Italian assassin of recent date displays incomparably greater skill and knowledge The science of the present day also proves that the his toric account of the death of Admiral Villeneuve is open to skeptical doubt Ant the recent cases of suture of the heart give illustration that modern surgical skill may attempt and with success the seemingly impossible German Canaries The canaries of Germany excfcl all other canaries as singers One has singlCltrillCor twenty changes of note in it It Was a Burning Sha me Reports H Haggins of Melbourne Pla but as soon as my doctor learned of my Inability to pay he told me I had consumption and nothing could be done tor me The offer of free trial bottles of Dr Kings New Discorery for Con sumption induced me to try it RE ults were startling Im now on the road to recovery and owe all to Dr Kings New Discovery Its the best medicine on earth for Consumption Coughs and Colds Guar anteed by all rUNlslii L Curtis Jett Jj again in the Lexing ton jail White his partner in theas sassinatKjn Jli Marcum was taken to CO rington Suicide Prevented The startling announcement that a preventive of suicide bad been discov ered will interest many A run down system or despondency invariably pre cede hulcide and something has been found that will prevent that condition vhlch mates suicldn likely At the Jiru thought of wit destruction take Uli clric Bitters It Icing a urti ton Jr and nervitm will steunlheii the ntrv s and build up the system 1N alvo a real Stumch Kidney and Liver re uUtor Only 50c Sitlsfajiloo guaranteed Ly all dru gjst After 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