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Jt u c TTllE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSUI j vnTrrME F COLUMBIA AD AIE COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21903NII MjF R 49 POST Ofl1OEDIRECTORY lrRUssELL POSTMASTER tor II T BAKER DEPUTYIOSTMASTEH r OtkaboarsworkdRye4Otle tuto gjopm ttOUKf DaiECTORT f t Cicin CuOKTrTluc omoi Y4ilarTnlrd iIlaYlantllry third dandifylnMT tnil T jrd Slouikiy Scptrmb JircnIIJuISW WJuncH- Jiiiu Miwialth AitTin yN Aaron 8eiiiTKVMlUtr l rvjit ClerJBOony- F Dusty JI1R Fuel Monday in each montu 1tu ct t tI JaiterJ K PCunovel- AaeeeaorR Barton rlirireyor RTMCOafrte School SaptW DJonei CoVontr Russell RegnUrcourt second Monday in each month JudgeT Davidson 7 Attorney Gordon Montgbmry JtJManhalta T Flowers t OHUBCH DIRECTOR w PRESBYTERIAN 8TBMT 1r r Sundaysteeachlabbath Prayer meeting ever Wedneiday night k MRTHODIBT Metcalfert7Suadaysohoot every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting night BAPTIST SUJIJITUeV J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sunday thatch month J SindayschooleTeryBabbatb a m Prayer t meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CkxrBBtMTIU PIM Eld W KAzMll Pastor Service Second and Fourth Sundays In each month Snndayichool every Sab bath at 930 ajn Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC Loons No P and A MRegu lar meeting In their hall over hank on Fri day night on or before the oil moon In each month W Co WM VfJ Jonef Secretary B A M No7 meets frlday nlfcht IterfuU moon JEMpBBEtLHP V VB4WP4Y Sepretary CUMBER SiURGHONJ v Fistulo Poll evil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I u guarantee satisfaction I amfixed toon take otstock piJi mile from Columbl pn Disappointment s 6 N ATlWITH OTTER CO WHOLESALEsa GROCERS and COMMISSION- MERCH NTS Lioulsvllle Kentucky fJJi tt j5a GRADY i DENTIST7 i SPECIAL attention given to Gold Filling Crown and Bridge work fQsvicz over Bussell MurreirsBtore Columbia Ky ShoeiolEmitam h ing of any kind from horse shoe 3ngto the repairing of the finest vehibles Iwill make si specialty shJeinghorses with diseased L hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop ieaoeated back of livery p ask Barbee Robertson Give 1 me yonr work J W COFFEY ilotelLt W M wu I IRE Prop Grad illst Kentucky T tHBEB is no better place to s to 1 than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass able MSatI8very reisoniDle toyteattached e J fV r ttts r rtj r 0 0 i 1 7 XORTII CAROLINA pKljEW N O Aug 25 1903 SDITOII NEWS Intbe first place allow me to apologize for not Wri tin offencr I dopt know that any lu dy has lost apythtni either kuowledfe or entertainment but Hike to let people bear from tills region now and then We people here are aware in the first place that this is Gods country t le home of pure air and pure water and the abfding place of pure and tie defiled religion We have 23 out of every hundred who cant read and write we have ilghways about like the dirt roads of Kentucky when I left there and a tour months term of public school To compensate for lack of learning and good roads we have revival meetings once a year at every church This is the sedan of awakening an the mourners bench Is in bloom But we are pretty clever and pretty Industrious poor folks and a school teacher by farming working in monazite tak ing pictures mending shoes and play log the fiddle can manage to live fJae Is not too fastidious about what eats e and wears I wish to turn the present issue of your paper into a correspondents col is Stingo Gadberry the ftien and darling of my childhood days As an unterrified fiddler a squirrel huhp er that rivaled Daniel Boone or Davy Crocket he had the call over any manor son of man in those borders Where Is James 0 Bennett I once regarded him as thunderbolt of war If not an evangel of peace Like Des demons dance to hear his recital of movlngjncidents of Hood and field How he stood on the firing line and slaughtered rebels went down under his trenchant blade what few had es taped his carbine and trusty sixshoot erSome one will please give me the present address of Zachariah Hectros Bennett As a light weight slugger Zachariah was a hummer with horns and as a worker of the stupendous miracle of turning corn Into whisky and no red legged grasshopper a revenue marshal to molest or make afraid he rivaled the peerless Mark Gallaghar Will some one please give me the whereabouts of Charles Hen nery Bennett By terms he wascon vivial and would tank up till he would fain dispute the right of way with the Mississippi river Later he would be the watch towers of shady grove bearing a message that comforted the ure In heart and called sinners to re lentance My friend John Maupindothheyet ive When J Knew him pe was the professor of a small mill and had fig ured in two boiler explosions At tervals he dispensed grog to the thirs ty and was a man of tried valor In what shadYdell or in what busy mass of commerce could I behold Dink Pearce He was not witty he was wise t buthe had a collassal appetite Jle also struck twelve whan begot started on matters and things pertain raining to EastTennessee 1 will also rise up andcall any man blessed whocan place me in bailing distance of Wm Moses White Bllliam- was not loquacious but was gifted at lifting under a handspike and caus- Ing swines jowl and turnip greens to dliappef from the eyes of men Where is thatmartial defender and exponent of Democracy known as Autr Lop Dont tell me he is dead or Iu retirement or that he has struck his colors Have I not seen him marshall the cohorts of Democracy at harm o ny and route the opposition horse toot dragoon Taking the sons of Ham where is Albert Bomar9 With his ebanbue Rom n nose and halfpost 14 foot be formed an incoogruvial combination n But he covered a multitude ofsins voting Democratic early and of ten one time he was brought to bay by Nat Conover and Dude Sanders of blessedmemory for infraction of tbe eighth commandment but proved innocence Is Albert in Heaven Ken tucky or jndlanapolis All nlgge 5 that left entucky either went tc heaven or Inplanapolls If died es cl lJYdtthey were hung HeaveniIleas to iDJunapolis ledtime 1 tawjlbiiiQ tbouhtthecha- V ne h y t r fnJtherJtebe wao mistaken Aleck was very ecimumujl with the truth rather pro fane und bad a weakness for wine would aDd poultry sereptlqu ob tniiyd All cc had a son Brats Junes where he is Li BraID had syuUomsof beam trig a high roller colored capitalist Id like to know where many others arc but will take this up again MELVIN WHITE MATRIMONY Op Sunday night August 16 1003 Bt the home of the brides mother in the city ufpurant Miss Maggie Shirley the only daughter of Hiram Shirley deceased and formerly of Gradyville Ky was united in matrimony with F B Patterson of Metcalfe county KyIr Patterson Is a highly cultur odenthusiam By trade a contract or in painting and paperhanging He Is a nephew of gr Boston of Center Ky and Burt Boston of Sulphur Well Ky Miss Maggie was one of the most highly accomplished and beautiful girls of buraat We young people re gret much to give her up as we almost foci like the soul of our company is Lovey of Durant and of the- M E Church South officiated dMay Gods richest blessing rest on this young couple and nay laurels of fame ever be laid at tfieir feet Is the sincere desire of the writer A JjnnHm ANASTOJMDING REVELATION The story of the signed compact be tween Powers and Xoutsey carries with it a most astonishing development and cuts dangerously closeto the republican judges of the court of appealsEstillGuffey is a son of exJudge Guffey at the time of the occurrence serving as chief justice of the court of appeals The story goes that this statement was secured for the purpose of secretly laying it before the repup llcan judges of the court of last resort in order that their decision In the Powers case then pending before them might be influenced It is not denied that this document waiving all questions of its truth was secured from Youtsey by Powers with this ob jeer in view This statement is made by You ey and conceded by Powers So far the republican members of the court of appeals have made no statement whatever concerning the matter This is doubly unfortunate from the fact that the son of one of these members is charged with acting as a go between in this discreditable transaction and strong additional col oring is tfous glyen the report While an act of this character is no criminal It Is most discreditable to any judge who so far forgets the dIg- nIty j that should hedge around his high office No course of procedure cool more surely overthrow public respect for the court nor ln the end morein evitably defeat the ends of justice If every convict on trial for his life can trump up affidavits of his innocence and secretly lay them before the judg es of the court of appeals there can be but one result The law will be sub verted and thwarted Justice will be slain in the courts of the land crime will go unpunished and criminals will go tree Among all good citizens without regard to politics there can be nothing but sincerest regret if this published statement so far as It re Idles to the judges of the court of appeals Is proven true More especially will there be sorrow tba action such as this has been u earthed id connection with the Pow ers case a trial tke most famous in the whole criminal history of the state and in which it has all along been i stated that politics was playing a tar too important part Glasgow Times REFORMSA aJo e middle ages have reached adlmax penhisof to energies to solve the problem that Is tbelrdlrect inheritance from the past Dtgraia ttheyg siflad the general restlessness of those who are grounddownb1 overtYi crime aodjibclal diseases Reform pantay or the gathering vices and discontent 4 t Y fI a will brine on a social revolution allover the world The organizations of working classes the establfohmentofclubsandsocletlcs among the poor in titles and the gen oral inaunursilcm of systems of return among the tenement populations are really the most hopeful sljfds of a gen oral reformation They indicate at upward trend of life and operate wIth oub the usual accompanying loss and waste of rebellion and bloodshed They aim at the physical as well as the spiritual reformation of the lower and criminal classes and in keeping 11th this aim their associations are wit the lower strata of society in order to carry out their plans BfITOr 4CCQJP4SfJJf1Nr1 To run a newspaper all a tellow has to do is to be able toWrite poems 1 quof tion v Umpire a baseball game Report a wedding Sew Describe a ire so that the reader- will shed their wraps iMake a dollar do the work ot ten ihjne at a dance Measurccalloo Abuse the liquor habit 21TestSubscribe to charity Go without meals Attack free Silver Detend bJme liftql Sneer at robbery WEar 4iamon4g Insert advertisements Overlook scandal r Appraise bable Delight the pumpkin raisers Minister to the afflicted Heal the disgruntled Fight to a finish Set type Mould tSweepSpeak at praymeetings Stand in with everybody and every thing tfowata I T Advertiser Perhaps with a few more hundred years of civilization the world will ge to good that there will be no occasion ror1ynchl g8Tl1e maln trouble wit the situation now is that there ar some Idlers and loafers In every com munity who should be put to work These fellows should be run 4n on sigh and made to do service on some public work There should be no hesitating in the matter Whenever a fellow is found with no occupation he should b investigated And when tramps n0day matter whether black or white up they should be put at work If every town and city were to this method there would soop be a end o the ramn nuisance and then- would be fewer assaults on women an tca tie Herald dem dAN ANTIDOTE A sure swift and easily procured antidote to poisoning by carbolic acid is said to be common cider vlnega- This drug has heretofore been supposed to have no antidote It is claimed that a halt teacupful of cider vinegar diluted with an equal amount of wato er followed in a few mldutes bv a sec ond dose is a sure antidote tp bee played while waiting for medical ai Every poison sold should have its an tidote plainly printed on the label each bottle beneath the familiar skull and cross bones Quick emetlcts a the first remedies to be administered when poisons are taken but in tip emergency especially when life is at sta memory and even common sense thnvarious things taken with copius draughts of water are given with certain kinds of poison the danger adof onner whelms one with fear but if we could read on the fatal bottle wiat to do at once life and at the least jnuch suf fering might be spared UDD THINGS 1dPeople do odd thiugs at critical m 3io1past a oseis store was in danger rushed out doors tgttchn4es heeiog be meant to do with ptevent them from Ignited It dvnehuodrcdI in9Chis drobfew dayslagu a clycone struck a farm In Ajtchisoa 1I rllfbMiki rt r r t b1 qtf J l ic r ly was aroused Hill thoroughly fright coed began grabbing whatever was closest and most worth saving and iYhesp the excitement putty siLsided it was discovered that one IJJIJld woma had come down la her usht dress ca rying in one hand an uVghted kero 1sene lamp and in the clL r n cup o water that she had besd her bed New York Tribune ADAIR CIRCUIT CO UR Gco W Pclrce Plff NoticeDdla Dehme on or before Sept lath 1003 and prove the claims agalnstsialdd eceqents estate 4b I B nPUT Master Qom FOB SALEI have eight or nine head of cattle for salo W W Brockman Joppa Ky FOR SALE Four hossf haf fart weigh about 8W pounds each YadesKy fllfif SAltf- 0n Friday 11th of September I will myfarmingmules two to fivi years old 10 head of cattle household and kitchen tar nature Anderson Hollada- ySTRAYEDr netwa year old red heifer parked with a crop from right ear and split in loft Come to my place blproorA O Wheeler Enittey Ky Pay up dont be slow you owe NM Tutt Treas teADMINISTRATORS Remember that on the fifth day of September all the personal property of he late Henry E Christie will be sod Camp Knox It win bp ft bffjsale 3 emembef he ate Saturday Sept 5 EVERYBODY SNOWS Everybody knows that there is and 1latsorrow a his world and a multitude of things which cause un gladlyeEverybody also knows that If every atp happier than it iswAndhowmany good things we have thee the fruit the harvests the seasons and night the sun moon and stars the power to enjoy all the bgauties of thythnear the orders of the the heapeh thatswithout price to the poorest How a single mistake in the con struction of one of the thousand parts that compose our bodies would tortnre usl How Important each to the wholel It is asserted bysclentists that if only desC dthe enormous increase of insectswool be eaten by them and every human being and animal would parish 1t Is tar beyond our reach to compre thesemdthings but it is not beyond our reach to get some glimpses of the wisdom utaad goodness manifested in what some call the laws of nature and others the relaw of GodGeo To Angell in Our Animals GENERAL NE IYb kDeath of thirty one babies in seven WashingatImports of pig tiu into U S1 last year setnew record with total of 88000000 pounds Zionist international conference will meet at Basel on Augr23organ izatiou of movement progressing Upward movement of stocks in Wall street exchange continued and lead assumed by Amaligated Copper oCitizens of Darks county O ihreatsof lynching Geo Potter makeI accused of murdering Qatiiel dctlph Gen JTelson A Miles again insists hcisnota candidatefor commanderi in chief orG AR crowds pour into San Francisco MetropblltaaunderffroundtraltiBai itiosfdesetted in Pafl tcoiUie of disaster iRidlum discovered ibyA Proff Curie tif jIPr i oR M t tolitvi ruijoera iiruas its ciiji stop ofcat luereaso li simple tau guage ibis hottest when cold ICfi11LEI ativsncingr tintedtHons Rulllu hurt Jas Garnett Jr and Gordon Montgomery of Colum agoTVampMectlnli Mr Bud Shcrrlll wh went West some time ago IsAvltb us again TCP frde school at this place began August 10 MrltJb Russell of Taylor county was in our midst ajew days ago J L Beard attended the airThere is a failure in walef melons in this section Mr Willis Acre accidentally killed one of his horses while logging The trial rthe serpent is over them all Clay Combs is the Republican County clerk of Owsloy The republicans of the county a year or two ago held a primary and nominated county officers These nominations did not suit Combs and whou he had the ballots printed he left oft these names and substituted others among them his own name Nothing was known of this until the day of the election when It was too late and his list was elect ed He was indicted for a violation the election laws and a hard fight mado and last week was given two years In the penitentiary A little thing like this does not cut much of a figure among friends of that party and in the meantime be had been nomina d again for the office and it was would have been elected Winchester Democrat elfae Glasgow Times wants the Louisville Herald indited for criminal libel Raleigh Jett White and other murderers indorse the suggestion com ing from toe Ames and will appear as ready witnesses The press in Kentucky must be muzzled or the Hargls dynasty will fall never to rise again Louisville Post What does Bill Sam Taylor the dicted assassin or governor Goebel say bout What does the Louisville Post hich called for revolution with a capital R when the democratic legisla ture unseated Taylor which indorsed the carrying pjt armed republicans to Frankforii and which has thrown a fit a day since the miscarriage of republi can plans say about It If it will sad to the loyousness of this double dyed Iscariot The Times will offer an amended suggestion to the effect that the Post be indicted as a common nuisance It is not decent enough to be handled for being any thing else Glasgow Times ofla the contracting parties appear before a tary public and sign a witnessed dec todas man Any boy who reads this ad- vertisemen can start in busineso on a leis own aCl count selling Ther Saturday Evening Post No money re quired He can- heginnextweli Many boy noire ever 95 weeH Some art matting 15 THE work can be dose after school and on Saturdays Write to us at once and we will send full magazinca copy and provide the necessary moaey to order the next weeks ply at the wholesale price 22500 ift cash prizes Bert month LT cUlTlSptjBLlSHIN 4tf Arch Street PUMWrMa 0 tr iJ f I + C2ti WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and OPTICIANS StonespSpecial attention given to work and WestMarketOpotlte Music Hill LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ROUTEaSummer Tourist Lino MOUNTAINS LAKES t FOREST AND SHORE NEW YORK AND BOSTON Th Travelers Favorite Line Chicago Pullman Sleeping Cars Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and aU MichiganUnequaled Modern Equipment Fast Sehed ules Write for Summer Tourist J LYNCH W P DEPPE t AfOHIO a S J JATS General Agent Louisville Ky oNON000NOoooNNOOOOo f TRY 2 OLD i JAVA PORTio NNNOONONNNNSN O FULL ROAST WINE BODY and DELICIOUS FLAVOR Each 1pound carton contains a sir versteel tablespoon The tablespoon will be discontinued after the reputai tlonof OLD PORT JAVA Is estab lished Ask your grocer JG HILJLERIMPORTER AND ROASTER Louisville Ky NEW BUGGIES We sell the Fisher and Paoenix Buggies Wo 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 bo- pBEARD c JAGKMAN COLUMBIA KY M 7 DST0NEs I have an Excellent MAn STONE which has been tried n about one hundred cases of hydrophobia and snake bites with good results I can cite you to many of the oases Wri te orcall on me at DULWORTH Ky JA DULWORTH THOUSANDS SAVED BY DH t KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positColds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu laGrippeCroup and Whooping Cough NoaTrial bottlefree BQBB1TT HOTEllE- BANON K- YJD BOBB1TT t SON Prop rUtiri t Railroad Streer Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0JNewiy aad neatly furnished clean beds Special accommodations s for commercial men Rates reasonable Trade of Adair and adjoining counties espectfully solicited l QlluPublished Every wednes ai BY TUK 4dair Oil nty News to i1 CCHLfUCTI hf CJUAH a UAKK1H t Uitur Dcmocitic ncw p ptr lieviut to lhefrt cats of thicity pfOolumbla the t J Adair and adjacent oountlecaUntorod at tho Ootumtiie rostofflcuuadecond claa mail matter WED SEPT 2 1903a DEMOCRATIC TICKET lForGovwruor gJ C W BEOKHAM For Lieutenant Govornor W P THORNE For Auditor of Statesv11AGERt For TruasnrerQ H M BOSVORT1T For Attorney General- N B HAY For Secretarjiof 6tate i HV McOHESNEY For Supt of Public Instruction r4 J H FUQUA- ForjCommissionerof Agricalture HUBERT VREELAND For Clerkof Court of Appeals MORGAN CHINN FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER HON C C McCHORD VISIT TO LIBERTY It was our pleasure fur the first times to visit Liberty last week to meet the good people of that town and from various parts of the county who were drawn there b the attractive features of the Liberty Fair The Fair was a success in every particular the association coming out a head at least 25 per cent while no complaints were made by exhibitors The first day a good crowd was out but the down pour of rain in the early afternoon delayed business The second showed at least 2000 desirous to see the shows and mingle with their friends while t third which was the last was n v quite so good in attendance The Very best order prevailed there being no distubaucea whatever As above stated it was our first visit and was made for no other purpose than to meet our few friends and acquaintances to expand the same if possible and to broaden our knowledge of that towns tho people and resourses It was one of the most please n Visits that has ever been ours a to bd plain and strictly truthful will say that heretofore we had far underrated the resources of both town and county this being d to a very limited knowledge but today we see Casey opunty in a different light Her broad bot toms along Green river and trib taries the fertile uplands which dmanagenpntthat bubble from the hills her magnificent forestsa land dot tedLwJh beautif ul country dwell ings indicate a prosperous happ- people Besides seeing the above and be jpglmpreBsedwith the great pro ductive powers of the soil we were reminded of the countys worth and the inclination and character of the people by reason of the many churches and school buildlI ings standing in the country great white monuments to the moral and intellecual advancement Heretofore we had been of the opinion that Casey conntya bot toms were narrow her upland rough and non productive and resources proportionately ed but the very reverse is true and In our judgment thtitcoaut aupsof Irjverin agricultural products While Liberty is not a town yet it has a splendid cour house and jail both large neat t buildiuge several church edifice J not surpassed in appearance ky many towns of four times ilRQV elation good business hoBq a l 111fIbank 1i endld GThetc oesiutihomes ful built within te l t eon indioateofro rta withinae9pingitspratiores I ert will be n old tTnmadeilew s small one made lxg9risaw4li19taiatial made more lrosp frOUS Its location ancrighk 1Com land 4r 7 r rffordsgo X drainage and there era navy desirable locations for homes and business houses but a g god substantial bridge across the near at that place would add ma trially to the welfare of the town 1hlld the south aide of the county tie not the fertile uplands thb lcautiful valleys nor the desire impresseirrthe stranger as the intelligence nd genuine hospitality of the peopleS Kentucky not burden with extreme wealth has no aristocracy to laud its claims over an honest intelligent and indust- rIOUS populace but recognizes the noble virtues that bind heart to heart community to community and truly makes counties loving sisters It handshakeis a corn a pull the latchstring and in these particulars the people of Casey county are not anexceptionThe new acquaintances formed during our short visit the special interest manifested by the members of the Liberty Band making us their guest could onl serve 4o deeped our appreciation not merely for them but the com munity of which they are a part The striking characteristics of the Liberty people seem to be friend ship liberality and progress We trust that in the future th two towns Columbia arc Liberty may be closer identified with sac others welfare and that we ma have the pleasure of further ex tending our acquaintance and last but not least that in o particular sphere of work we may render some good to the people of Casey county rVe have never felt that the Re publican papers were sincere in their denunciation of Governor Beckham on account of the par regardlesscharges for noother purpose than to arouse sentiment against him for political purposes They hay asserted that Mr Beckham has pardoned more murderers and bad convicts than any of his predeces heore that ho is largely responsible offor the lawlessness in the moan tains The CourierJournal of last Saturday published the entire list of pardons granted by Gove- nor Beokham ExGovs Bradley and Brown It toot a page and a half and shows that Gov Beok ham has released from State pris eitherIBradley or Brown that Bradle released seven times as many mu as Beokham and Brown five times an natty that both Bradley 1and Brown released three times as many foF mahslaugbter and fietimes as many life convicts as has taehe names of prisoners actually releas ed by pardons and gives the names the place received fro Tharecord shows that Gov Be kham pardon862 Gov Bradley released 56 life prisoners Gov Brown 51 and Gay Beckham 11 Gov murderyGovernorI Brown 45 for murder r manslaughter Gov Beokham IO for warder 88 for manslaughter Tho above coming from the rec RepuhJical1 pardons t foundation and have no place aior purpose iu this campaign than to mislead and create prejudice io advance political ends The argument in the Q ftleb Pow Isetjuryhndeye Stnrda fowno mthfy averBrought in r puu1shmeji matIl was a day for his execution A me iou for a new trial was overruled and tho eras goes to the Court ofone Appeals One thing certain Gov Beok ham has not pardoned a man be for the crime wits committed neithetMias by stuck pardons in the pbchNtsa f men who trera iU a con racy to nnrdbr the n n rd r fol lowingth ouspiracv Agr- aii1ghowl made about liwn 1ii doning Curtis Jett from ugjail ae Ijen ce after une half of it hud be oustserved Bus who asked vhat par don JnMU9Ual whom T it afterwards murdered c t i h v lf L Jarvisrof Albiiny has an nounced himself tl1tn repuhljcHii candidate for Circuit Judgw iirctiH twentyeighth district ThOjf1 four other candidates ale fromt Falazki aud thr j front Wbityv L D Deuhaui of WilHun burg is the best qualified inun iuthe whole lay out The convention will be September 12 vihearlie James speak They will beat the Court house in Columbia Thursday the 10th Hour of speak ing 1 oclock p m In the death of Majt Charles H Smith Bill Ark Geoagia looses one of her most prominent citizens a writer known throughout the United States and Eourope Govenor General William H Taft of the Philippines will suc ceed Mr Root as Secretary of Wa t about January let We prefec taffy to roots nominfor aud a good ticket to go with him Thursday the 10th vial will be Beokham and James day in Colum ebin Come and hear them speak The Sapp men of Louisville are antiSapitesY ofurthe latest little Cleveland CAMPBELLSVJLLE Miss Mammle Boley of Bradfords vllle is visiting Miss Nora Fleece Mrs Emma Collins and daughter Miss Cora of Frankfort are visiting relatives at this place Mr John H Chandler one of Louis villes most promising young lawyers spent a few days at his old home this week theedays returned to her home in Texas last week y Mrs D W Gowdy left this morning lor Lexington where she will visit her son V M Gowdy and family iMiss Ruth Carroll a popular young Iridy of Lebanon who has been visiting rr turned home yesterday morning Mrs Vergle Jenkins of Piano Ky who has been visiting Mrs H E Bak er this city returned home this morn fogryesteryStraightCreekwherr e ey future Miss Hattie Hatcher left this morn in for Chicago where she will attend t he conservatory of music Miss E Catcher has been the teacher of music in the college at this place Miss Jdsie Hagan of this place will teach this session Mr Doc Hays of Hodgensvllle is Chima week Mr and Mrs R D Sanders Miss Maggie Baker and J Hi Sanders were Hadgva fine horse while there Mr Richard Wade of Louisville who has been very with typhoid fever for several weeks and who has been confined in the Norton Infirmary lastJare to say he is improving at this writing Mr Sanders a young lawyer of this city leftfor Buffalo KthlS morn lug where he has accepted a position7 teacherotl1unRDascea iqtthisMo nday night Aug 31 Rev jBoz eman the pastor will conduct time sere Ices assisted by Dr Gill of Louis Yr Guy Chandlcrof this oily and Mis s Etta Wyatt of Lexington will be 11903Ymost popular young men He is book keeper forSlngler Bros lumber deal ers uti this place and is hustling young MISSWyattbutlt belneMr Chandler choice sbe is the highest type of a lady May their Un ion be a long happy and prosperous is the wish of the writer as It Is of all their many friends and relatives of ibis city Gov j CW Beckham and lion Ollie James will speak at the coprtI nouse at this place on Saturday Sept a2th at 1 pclqck fKENT UN1 FA1B c a Bardstown BepcmberlLj dftysj chulawilleHePteniber1f4ldgystir 4daYsNnKentucky t Fair Qweifcb9ro September 21 6 haysPIiender nJSeptnmbcrf2 6 day i J yh I1 I ELTJVEJJ Tit prospects are now better for tLc best tnbacct sod corn crop the pea pvllave had fur yearn airAfItn Kcltner has the bra toul irltl bac irn this community lot t 1fC B 1ualuU 34aF11Cie bllrrl y 6nbnaplSs r Robert O honey and brother ati nd cd the Fa tpAu rsday Curt Jvel tncr and wIre of QraJy vllle sited relatlvestierolast wEeK Bro Veil filled his appolntment at this pltc S1 day and delivered a very Intereal hI I110to a large audience He left r jr GI pw where he will be Interested In a series of meetings for two veelts If we were all like Bro Mell thire woe be1 no demand for poorhouses soil leformalorios AG Moss if Grennibijrg was here last week and took up iiiie remainder of Jnit Dlii y njerchantable timber TLP rptim t rime snout edtoliiOJVO i The puhc sci il at thl place being taughtbyRil hohiuiey Is progress ingnicbSy aud the attendance is more r uaesThomas Pjlcc and wife of lilies vlslttdbtIC a tweek- 1uOuitrii viol iwu Ovules toliev Iiyim f rll20 null p tii icy bouvlH fiur Iit lv from it1 Klaydesfur W8 T It niark and Th s Finn are erect iiii iiicc iiiayc fur T A JVrhiris our flllcieut merchant L wls Dohnucy exchanged farms with B F Taylor paj inc him 300 dif ference MISS Pearl Pendletoa and sister Messrs Ech ert and Ellis Boston of Sulphur Well passed through here last Saturday en route home from Colum bia ADAIRCIRCUIT COURT GtO IF fetree Plfj VS Notice 8Tnearden L e ceased are notified to appear before me onor before Sept 16tb 1903 and prove time clalmsagaiustsaid decedents estate 4t LB HURT Master Corn EAS RIDING 40 Just Received By W Fa Jeffries Son The Nicest Line oN =Buggies Surries Buckboards Etc c Ever Brought to COLUMBIA MARKET0 Rubbertire buggies have become quite popular and this firm carries the very latest styles in this line of goods A large variety of other makes now ready for inspection This firm will not be under sold Satisfaction guaranteed Remember the place W F JEFFRIES SON I THE HiRCDI HOTEL i 4IK COLUMBIA KY WriS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Z Architecture containing 35 new neat and well veni tilate4 rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently j located and is the best hotel in SoutHern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial men I M H MARCUM Propr 4 Q 00000000 00000004900 iW 0 MURRELL J F TRIPLETT e lJRRE LTRlPLETT Funeral Directors and Embalming The above named firm have just received a nice line of Comas and W Caskets and are ready to serve families who may need anything in W their line They will also keep Cons of their own make and wil still every h their line at the lowest pries A hearse will be nn jiuVnlshed i snopWli them over Harness and Sadplery H Cfllumbia Kentucky j r r WOODSO1 WISr JAB C LEWIS W d5oQlewi588r i t ABENOW BECEIYING Four carloads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double- S ovet and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue arid Tdngueless Walking end Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant letsr J FEErrI ZER f dit Tenoar load vpf iFerlUizer We will sell youjFertil izer pricesthat will surprise you Write us for prices arid information Mention Adair Coujity Newswhen you write i WOOM LEVIS 0CI g BB- OIGreensburg r KenWQ r j i NEW LIVERY FIRM v MASSIE GHEWNING COLUMBIA KY f 0We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm of Staples Robertson Co Wo propose to accommodate the public with first =class rigs furnishing safe drivers It will be our aim to please i our patrons and your trade is solicited eg cj j 11M mffim kNiGHT DAYLIGHT T STOREI t MattingeOilclothsLinolenme Upholstery Paulines Etc The largest stock in the SouthPrices the lowest w H aa1INcoaroSnmD mt Cor 4th and Walnut Stsf Louisville Kentucky i WE ARE DESIGNERS AND MAK- ers of ma Styles for Young Ladles and men ladies Department Oxford Ties Theatre Last300Ox- ford TIes Bub Special52ttOx- ford Ties Ideal Kid 250 Oxford Ties French h eel150Fr-ench Inboa or Military Heels Mens Department Oxford Ties 820082501300 and 53 50 Oxford Ties Boys150W- eare cranks on snappy goods well made the latest styles and oneprice r strictly teal THE HUB 202 W MarketSt JLoulsville Brass feet in pavement aaaaaaa O aOiMiooAMEMBLEB THBO RECT ANUS WM STOCKHOFP C W COLE PRES VICEPRES TREASIS P 3o NEW 0ABest Hotel of its class In the City All the Fixtures and yFurnishings are ABSOLUTELY NEW and FiRSTcLAss A XStableoRate 8100 per day 400422 East Market Sf 6oCw COIE Manager LouIsvIlle Ky + 900000aO0- t OOaOO Louisville SeI Co WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Pigh Grade Meld Seeds Pure German Millet Stock Peas Cane Seed Corn Oats Ask for special prices on corn in car lots 232 and 234 2nd St LowYiJlftKentucky JOHN L WHEflT Secretory and Treasorep UTICA LIME COMPAnINCORPORATED 421 West Main Street QUISVILLE KENTUCKY rWpptES LE DEALERS IN LimeFire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous jBjlaok Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Etc Enquiries for prices invited flrdora promptly filled L r L HUGHES GO SASH Q99RS BLINDS ANp All Kinds of Building Materialr WRIT FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY Hats Gap s and Qj6y g1 WHOLESALE ONLY Send for our Fall Catalogue now ready The merchantss- are cordially inVited to inspect our line when in LOUISVILLE JOHANBOEKE BnOSCOtt LQUJvISLLEK t l2i c1I PERSONAL MENTION E G Atku s and W T Price ar hi Louisville x HIM Allen Walker U visiting in BurksvlllK Mr T C Davldsiu i In Louisville last week Jr Earl McGUrvey lean for Rich mondto day Mr E B Breeding of Breeding was here last Friday Mrs J W McGarvey returned to Richmond last week Mien Sallle Jones who was quite sick last week is improving Miss Llllie Judd has about recovered from a recent spell of sickness Mr L L Eubank who has been quite sick for a week Is better Dr JH Grady was called to Wells Bottom Bussell county lest week i L 0 and Edwin Hurt returned from a business trio to Louisville last week Mr B H Gllpln and wife Camp yule in Colum IMessrsBead attended the Horse Cave Fair last week v W H Wilson wife and children ad Miss Bettle Young are attendlBg the Somerset Fitrl- dissSallecoffey thiscity la ming ling with the youag society people o Gradyvllle this week prJG Staples and wife of Gal lion AU started on their homeward journey last week UM Edna Collins Campbellsvllle who visited Miss BetUe Barbee returned home Monday Mrs Elizabeth Robertson who had the misfortune togetone Other thighs broken is getting along nicely Miss Fanne Garnett who has beeaI visiting in the upper counties fur sev weeks returned home Thursday Dr John Hunn of Boyle county whospent two weeks with the sick at Mr A Hunns has returned home Mr p 0 Walkers one of ira lvmeli staunches citizen way in aolJJQJ Friday and called at the Hews O8ce Mr W T Price and Misses Lillle and Julia Eubank Lula Allen and Mrs Bert Wolford attended the Liberty Fair Mr J Hr Morrison a former citizen of Adair county but now a resident of Barren visited his old friends here last week MessrsSam F White and H Madison of Louisville who spent aIwVeJkJaj3olumblareturned borne FriIdayv Mr Bay Borders of Camp Isv1lle and Miss Lorena Pile Mr Golden But lea and Miss Lena Hurt spent Sunday aitbe Bussell Springs Miss Bess Wolford of Nashville Tenn who hasbeen visiting relatives in Columbia for the past two months returned to her home Monday Mr W S Harkness and wife of Jel lien Tenn who visited the family of Judge Jas Garnett returned home the first of the week accompanied by Miss Jennie Garnettr it Mr E E Cheathant of Bakerton was in Columbia Friday en route for Green river Mrs Cbeatbam has visiting her relatives in Adair coon and the two returned home Saturday Misses Lela lorancJ ft8le frn last b1ghay and Mrs Mattie Vancd ofBlls vhlied the News dfflce last Wednesday The former is con seated with the paper published HighwayL Mr W T McFarland returned a visit to Bowena last Thursday bl9 a a ir ideal S ie Is about 4 years bldana a Very estimable lady Miss Emma H u n n numero friends are real glad that she has r covered from a recent spell of serious illness It is alIogralfJlng to rep t ter ililtr Mitt lrKh alaidly galningstrength and will soon bes well Mrs Nona Cabell and Miss Matt Taylor leave next Monday morning for Richmond with the following young I ladies who will enter Madison Jnsjir lute Misses Dimple Obnover Gary Hughes Myrtle Myers Carrie Pare Lula Allen Emma Young Fan Jones Eosa and Mollle HunterSa- llie MuGbrvey Miss JennU ArMftt r tettalned following names peMoM hbe Grlflln Springs last gridiy frsoon Mr and Mrs W Mutters Jel lieu Tent Mfts xiw pBBOan Bea derson Dr J6hk HtlBtJ Jlilfetloa play Mr and Mrs JUataett Jr Mr Il1d Mrs W L Bridabaw MrlDd FriauIlJAlex Chewning MtisMFnneGafB tt and Fannie Jones Bef reehments were served and the afterapoq sport delight fully spent LOCAL JQTT1NQS n Coffey Broar BobertsoB woof mules Bring tbcat io tremendous Frond Of peuple be in Columbia Tbun ar89ber10 Gov Beckbam and Ollie- Jauefi will be here on that date 1rWf O StalU b ubt fqfQ J p tae 1ari kaowaa Pb TJ pSmithTerm tai Ce V iii oouB try coaikUBtf x acrafiocJM90 r r MIIIdaIf yon bafeaBBle to sell bring him him to Coffcy Bros Robertson Coney Brua Sr Robertson have sold inthelastten days twentyfive mules at t65 to IlRO Mr Geo W Bobertson will please accept tbe thinks of this office for delicious watermelon Gov Beckham wants to meet all his Adalr county friends at Columbia Thursday the 10th of this month Dr David Beeler a prominent phy sician of Casey county died at Powers Store last week He was 64 years old The school on Disappointment was burned Monday night The building was a good one and was completed In July 1902 Mr CHMurrell The News repre sentatlve left Liberty as usual with a pleasant smile feeling that all Is well that ends well September 10th is the date Governor and Hon Ollie James will the citizens of Adair county the courthouse Do not fall to be In Columbia Thurs day the 10th of September Gov Beckham and Hon OllIe James will speak hereon that day taflayers on the college building were compelled to lay off notwithstanding there was some breeze on the hill Coffey Bros made thirteen shows at the Liberty fair and got 10 blue and one red ribbon TheyPPilatetbecgQfs tesy shown them by the Fair Associa lion and In the main are much pleased with the trip In next weeks issue Ire will give the picture of the Methodist School build lag now under course of construction in this town If you have subscribed to the fund let it come as soon as possible for the committee has already been forced to borrow from the bank The people of Adair county will be 4given an pppprtunlty Thursday the 10th lost to see the youngest man er elected Governor of this State Gov Beckham Let every body lay said business and work on that date an be In Columbia Gov Beckham and Hon Ollie M James Congressmen from the First district will speak atLiberty Tuesday CEo and Campbellsvllle the 12tb Turn ut eyefy body While In Russell county last week Mr W T McFarland bought two mule colts of Mr Benj McFarland for 90 he sold two mule colts to Ben Mc Farland Son for 170 He bought two mule colts of June Willis this county j Alta Pickett of thlsplace who was bereft of her husband last week desires to return her heartfelt thanks to tbemany friends who so kindly ad mimlstered aid during the sore trial of sidkness anc death fiends who as spited Th hebd will never be forgotten Born to the wife of Horace Jeffries Thtye e mother has been in a very critical condition for several months and at this writing she is yeryweak She is re sieving the closest attention atMr EdFolnter and Miss Ona Breed ing were married last Sunday at the residence of Eld Tobias Huffaker Th anH young woman The groom Is an Indus trlgus farmer Their many friends extend their best wishes A sad death occurred atBnrksvllle Vantyears e top of an oil derrick breaking both PNIIIADg had arrived in Burksville the evening bicagsie a visit Frnte4thisapples They are all of the same Qofepounds The variety is unknown b uLano finer flavored apples grow Its088 without saying that we are very much remembet6st lent truIt Mr Chris Squires who lives near Plcketts mill in Green county Just over the Adair line is 73 years old and lIrqHlathem page bpgz horn fourteen ghil seen sieves ofwhom are living and to havebMdn andgraad children This Is per hIpstftelargestfamilpin this section Dr J H Grady met wi th an accident while going on a professional vlli to Wells bottom last Monday In ascending the steep hilt near the resldenceof Mr Charley Campbell bis upilltree Had Itnot been for an obstrnc tloa the doctor horse and buggy would have landed eighty feet below Fort UMtcly aeitbcr tile aalmal buggy the rpaR lpre allDe4 4lJtlbt ezueptthe uctur feels a tittle tore DrGridy Jblaks Jtbe collar choakad bUhorte Liar tojicfMbedld t CHANGE IN LIVERY BUSINESS Last W dni slay Staple Bobertson sr Co sold their llvrry stable stock and vehicle to MessrK Brnxton Has ate and F Cbcwnlug and the bull ness will be continued under the firm name of Hassle Cbewnlng Tbllf transfer carries with It two stables the one on the Campbellsvllle pike near the square and the one at the Hancock Hotel tbe latter being leas ed The property purchased is very valuable it being the best stand In Columbia for the livery business We understand the consideration was 87 000 Messrs Z M Staples G W Bobertson and S T Hughes comprIs- ed the old firm and from the start they have commanded a very liberal share of the trade of this community and from the traveling public generally They kept good stock nlcevehlclea and were courteous to every body I was a business they disliked very much to surrender but they got their price and the trade was closed Adair county does not possess two better citizens than Braxton Massle and Ben Chewning the gentlemen who compose the new firm They are industrious and popular and there is not a doubt bqt they wilt sustain themselves and tbe reputation the stable has borne for many years Messrs Horace Hassle and Alex Cbewnlng will be connected with th business and also the two safe and noted drivers Clint Smith and Staples have been retained There money in a livery stable and when we ke into consideration that both of gentlemen own farms and wi grow the provender to be fed we see no reason why they should not do lucrative business SOCIAL AT GRADYVILLE Last Saturday evening Mr and Mrs J W Walker opened the doors of this r beautiful home to the young people of GradyvIIle and surrounding country The social was given In honor of HIs- ses Katherine Walker and Bess HollN day two popular young ladles Tbe Invited guest began tQ arrive about 8 oclock and in a short time the spacious parlors were filled with the beauty and chivalry ot the neighborhood Dur- Ing the evening high class music was rendered and popular games indulged In The moat amusing feature of the eveRt was the picture of a donkey placed upon the wall completed ex cepting the tall A prize was offered eydes it ought to be Nearly all present an effort the prize going to Dr O Murrell this city During the evening refreshments were served and by one and all the occasion was pronounced one of most enjoyable of the season To Misses Walker and Holladay whoso gracefully eatertatnedithe young people return thanks the Columbians who were present dropping a promise to attend the next social given in the hospitable and thrifty little town of Gaadyvllle MARRIED LAST TUESDAY The news desires to extend its con a gratulations to Mr W B Dohoney and Miss Tlnnlo Conover who were happily married Tuesday afternoon of last week Bev W H O Sandidge of ficiating The groom is a son of Mr John C Doboney and Is one of Adair county most prosperous young far mers The bride is a daughter of Mr Wm Conover who possesses all the requisites that go to make up a lovely woman After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of thegrooms father an elegant six ocl thhet g couple durnlng their courtship will continuo with them down to old age and when seperated by death the sur vet will be permitted to say truth takedit e gin housekeeping upon the Oscar Pile farm recently purchased by the grooms father MR PORTER PICKET DEAD The news announcing the death o the subject of this writing last Friday morning was not a surprise to the res idents of Columbia as it rise Beaeral ly knnwn that the deceased was in a dangerous condition at his ho on Greensburg street Mr Pick eft was about 36 years old and was a victim ot typhoid fever He was bora and reared la the western portion of A Asir county and had been a tdentor Co lumbia about one year and was a good yve desoy loving husband a kind and affecti oa ate father He was a brother of Mr Btultfithla1family is a wife and several children and to them this community tenders its profoundest symphathy Good mules and horses arehigher at present thwn at any other time during the past year They are not only high bq6 ham to ljnd tteIIf prl JIr 0 Pemberton of Horse Cave who here during the Fair stated to a News man that be never knew them tQ be scarcer I want good mules and good borses and I bad rather pay 1150 1176 for a mule and 1200 for a h0t than to buy for less money I can aattiketair profits on desirable s oFk gndlbg sales lbuy ordinary Mules aad horses kaock off the profits It Mr Gordon Montgomery has been appointed Chairman of the Democrat ic Campaign Commute of Adair coun tyRewlll beam ealy arid see that Woroptieghlp t IbB HewtUMrMdyVAtall tines to recieve suggMtkwt kxjking to the in lUrist of the party J z r CHEAP LANDS For Homcseekers and Colonies Tbe country along the Cotton Belt Route In Southeast Missouri Arkan Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekera MUd climate good water cheap building material abund ance of fuel and soil that will often in a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as sissy as 1260 an acre prairie land anti and Ib per acre up bottom land aU5 and 16 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 110 and 115 per acre up Some fine propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at U to 10 per acre big money in this for a good organizer Fruit and track tomatotacre up Write us for information about cheap rates excursion dates al so literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost vou no more than the rent you pay every year E w LABEAUM GP T A Cotton Belt Route St fcoute Mo Men who contemplate taking out life anpthinesome friend who does A man will tell atee e a period he will draw the full amount for which he is You examine it to find that Ube has a limited tontine and will have to Ply the same premium every year during the tontine period and at the end of this period will only be entitled to the surplus his payments have act pumulated and his family can not get the face of the policy until his death In the meantime he pays the same every year daring the run of tbe policy and no dividends will be paid if he dies Inside the tontine period There are desirable policies and there are undesirable policies The 23rd of last month was the 77th birthday ot Mr Stephen H Fisher who resides on Green river He is very popular gentleman and to his surprise friends numbering seyenty flye or ODe hupdrefl treatefl Wm to a magnificent dinner He was also the recipient of a number of useful presents This testimony of worth was highly appreciated by Mr Fishes who was so moved that he could not find ezprMMr and Yrs W E Bradahaw gaye a six oclock dinner last Saturday in honor of Mr and Mrs W SHarknesg Jellico Tenn and MJssKate Henderson Ey The other guest present Were Mr and Mrs Jas Garnett Jr Mr and Mr W A Coffey Misses Jennie Garnett and Effle Bradshaw and Rev J P Scruggs After tea delightful mu sic was rendered It Li our understanding that Mr Braxton Hassle and wife and Mr Hor ace Massie and wife will remove to Co lumbia and will occupy the resldepce recently purchased by Eld W K Az blll from Mrs Nona Cabell The Mas ales are excellent and wllf valuable acquisitions to Columbia It Is with pleasure that we make this an nouncement As many of Bussell county people as possible should be in Jamestown on Wednesday the 9th inst Gov Beck spealctfaulty to hear the youngest Governor the State has ever had and make up your mind to vote for him for reelect Ion There was a meeting at the Method ist Church last Sunday night for the purpose of recieving doaationQpr fie children pj t Be Vetnodlst Orphan Speeches were made by Gov J B Hlndman and Mr F B Win frey and several dollars were contributed Clandandjdwinldurtbaveformedpartinerahlp a on the public square They will also fmt last week It will arrive in a is days and will at once be put in action Frank Chelf who was the p prietor of the hotel at Dunnvllle die last week He was eighty years old nand a gentleman who stood high in Ca county Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A M will meet next Friday night There will be work in Ihd second degree It is hoped there will be a large attend ance Mr Jas T Page passed through square last Friday morning with a bunch or stems two or the nnm wet ihoi q1e i topgpouadqtt wasThe attention of the traveling pub tic Is called to the advertisement of Massle Cbewnlng the new livery firm published in this issue orTell your neighbor that Gov Beck ham and OUuxjame will speak n fe lumbja Tllyrsdlytbe tettilwft amThe front ot the new bask will ar rivals Columbia today and will be 1m j Mediately placed la position The young men who carried off icetongs had better return them W H WilsoB v JfYllHanPffl buy OTTKira male call HoberisoB piwIDitableJft a 4 ci 7dedfor a limited time only and expose the- mesa at the following prices for two weeks only 2 Ib Bed Salmon 20c now 130 21 Pink 15c 10 Vleffna suasage 12 9 Potted lam 5 4 1 negro head oyster lOc now 9 2 martin wagoner 20c row 16 2 pork and beans 20c now 14 boxes sardines 25 FrenchI 15c3 for 25 3 21b mackerel lOc 3 25 1 can Royal B Powder 10c now 7 1 Bon Bon B powder 60 now 4 2 Ib can gooseberry 15c 10 2raspberry 15c 11 2 blackberry lOc 10i3 apples lOc 8 3 best yellow peach 12c now 9 1 extra cream strawberry lOc now 9 3 best apricot 20c now 15 3 battler pear 15c 9 Baltimore peachlSo 2 for 25 lOo 9 2 best mince meat fie 2 polks l esti corn o i can early June peas lOc now 0 1 double zinc washboard 22 1 single washboard 20c now 18 1 good 3 tie broom 15c now 12 1 2OcI 16 1 4 25c1i181 1ctR tie broom bOc 23 3 Ib best green nodes 30 New Market Pt Flour sack 65 6Qrack5 Ib pall Jelly 25c nQii 19 10 hqmwer coffee 100 0 and Java Bland Coffee pk 11 Arbuckle 11 jaBluefibre palls fancy nickle lamps soaps dashboardis usually kept in a first classs grocery store I am going to give the benefit of this sale to the trade for their liberal patronage they have shown me since I have been in business here so come and get the benefit of these yv prices while the wo weeks last Yery Besot JIBS I C WABBINEB PREACBING NEXT SUNDAY T Huffaker Qooden School house W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead ZT Williams Cano Valley W H C Sandldge Union L Burton White Oak GW Montgomery Phil J Q Montgomery TnrnersTille JFbBarger Beech e BNMetca f 9i1 m p ctett1 Chap- P Barber Glenvllle Hopewellfed J P Scruggs Columbia W B Cave MU Pleasan- dGRADYVILLE We had a good rain Friday- J A Diddle was at Breeding Thurs day H C Walker spent Friday in Colum bIa A B Wllmore of Greenjshu w here Wednesday wereb80 0 Moss has returned from Louts ville Kllhtownwell and wife T B tuite ot Columbia was here Moadaponbusinessh blra countybuyingDr W T Grlssom was here ate days ago tq see a sick chjld dIBISex ton Dr S A Taylor was called to see Miss Rodgers at Mllltown last week L E Thomas and C S Bell have supplied our market with watermelons M raJohn Bose and her brother- S C Bell passed through here last week enroute for Clear Spring to visit their sister Mrs Holladay Mr Boss Price and wife of Bltss visited the family of Clem Keltner one weekwJ p Walker of Columbia spenta few daysof last week here FairdThomas last week Mrs Mary Thomas was on the sick list last week- Mefiflamea G T Flowers and C O Moss relatives at Bliss one day last week Mr Jo Yates is the first en record to cut tobacco beatthetobacco growers which tftf leases baisures 52 iaakee Who beat him Miss Bewte Walker visited relatives on Petlsfork last weak LeWIaCaWJtCaEP Knox was herelaetweertaltfaglesuraaceILO was here Monday JllrfcJobB Bell ot Nah JWtefI daughter Mrs Ji A Taylor ale dara ago Gordon Montgomery 6 Columbia was tiers last week loeWag after surance visimynor is joflfined to If Joojp w compllcaild o7 agBMaa JDr W W BlBgkaat was sett week and reported ilnrnaijB sectlOB Mr Will Flowers of B1JtiIdtbruuh here last week Mnroute for UM 369Special Tfousep Sale All Wool Trousers made to your mearure f- or3690AS11 Jaly16forpat 8or terns to select from Perfect fit Fabno and workmanship gummteed your money book FREE Any man sending me copies of this adrer ttsment I will make a pair of these elegant trousers free when accompanied with two or more Trouser order If you wear pants and want a perfect fit unexcelled workmanship samplesandSam M BowmanMerchant LEBANON KY raketr of flood Clothes at 1odetate Coat Glasgow and Horse Cave Fairs Peter Laney sold to Smith Nell a two year old mule for 1125 Jas Gilpin of Sparksvllle sold J A Diddle a fine male colt for 175 Mr and Mrs J W Walker gave our society people a moonlight party SatI drday night J Q Alexander Will Lyon Lee Grissom Burr Gilpin and John Cook called on our merchants last week Miss Dofe Johnston of Columbia was the guest of Misses Mollie and Rosa Hunter last week Mr and Mrs L E Thomas entertained quite a number of their friends last week Fruits and watermelons were served The evening will long rememberedMiss Erwin of Louisville who has been vtaitiBg here has return ed homeIFilmore Sparks of Bed Lick was here last week and Informed us that the Democratic party in his county was together and that harmony Prevailed We are all coming to Columbia on the 10th to hear our present and next Governor speak Meet us theretMr T Wilson of was in toH018what it takes to make a good mule CANE y4jIz1 I Bjorn to the wife of Horace Massle a son also to the wife of akLindsay Miller a son on the 27 B B Wilson is on the sick list is one of our best merchants and we hope after a few weeleat at Russell Springs he v11 bp at his post again Saw Pollard of Willlamsbnrg is here vflth his father who his not ex petted to livehB L Banks of Richmond visited is father last week TI Smith hoagie of A H Judd his store house and lot for 1500 Robt Judd and Geo Cundifi have gong to Lexington to engage in rail loading T I and Robt Sublett have return ed from Oklahoma without making a pufchase Clarence Page has returned from fQicel1 I T PESTER The health of the vicinity is quite good at present Protracted meeifngsarc the order of the day Haveral of our young talks attended the Liberty Fair Eld Tobias Huffakers lecture a Breedings school house last Thursday night was very Interesting Mr Charlie Pyles and wiSe of Lie nie l r J 8 Breeding wife and Corinne and Mte AbbleBeard of E nice spent Sunday atJ A Breedings The footwashlng at Concord the sec end Sunday will be largely attended We have good cropBo melons and peaches theaneat ay eight adjolaidietalcta understand their WitpMM Is flotrisHrvK at present We ate sutrouaded fay three swwOk attic sight PHILRUncle Frau Cnelf proprietor hrcbe QhelC Hotel at Dunnvillo died Au Antie4 b near Q gomery otftclated Mr Cbelf was Ip 4prlJJ83l Yirglol making him inltb t afrothem yet To legbrokbilefined to his none since that tlatKvO thing peculiar aboqt his later litet sea taahelj tW Wiafrcy tt snit his comb about six years ago and Itwas of solid black walnut It is not necessary to say to those workthat RubertsdiedLyon S Bohon stopped over Monday sight at the Carson Hotel with 30 mules they bought in Adair and Bus sell T W Holt and J M Lawson broth inlaws who have been at dagger points met and Holt drew a knife and Lawson a pistol shooting Holt three LibertybuUtHolt had threatened his life KNOB LICK Farmers are very busy with their tobacco and millet Corn looks promising and with another shower next week we will be sate for hoecake another year Dr Corwin representing the W S Merrill Chemical Co called on the druggist and Doctors here last week Mr J W Sowers had the misfor une to lose his house and nearly all its contents by fire last Sunday morn g No insurance J C Franklin came near losing his house by fire last week caused by a defecttIve flue Mr L U Reynolds farmer mer chant and lumber dealer who lives about four miles north of this place considerableelast Tfendnesday I have not yet learned the origin of the fire Mr Bob Miller of the firm of Miller Bros who bought the stock of goods by B H Barton has removed is family to this place While we re Bret that the old firm has gone out of business we welcome Mr Miller and tns estimable family to our midst and hope their stay in our village may be prosperous and pleasant Brothers Johnson of SUck Bock and Hubbard of this place are cons ducting a revival at this place The democrats of this county met at Edmonton last Saturday and nomina ted Mr J A Hamilton Jr for the office of circuit clerk Mr Hamilton is a young man without any knots or blemishes and his nomination is a sat isfaction to all democrats The party mll1lookthis way about November Dr L E Williams and Miss Benoraf Myers of Glasgow who have been vis sting in Columbia stopped over with theirtMr Pete Conover of Columbia who has been in the South is visiting rela atlvesbere hasuin this and Hart county with view of bettering our mall facilities ROLUNGBURQ L E McGinnis sold one stock hog tot Clark Wright for 780 Bev W H C Sandidge filled his regular apiiuliifcanai at Temperance last Sunday Creed Paxton horned a coal kiln last weekMumpsare still ragtag In this veto ity 7ames Ktiwp IHH YWMV 4hav aTobin farm for next year Tyler Barnes has rented Mrs N B Lowells farm on the Grsoiburg road A heavy rata storm visited this 1ieo Lion last week oahorFork coaUinIng Mhttndred aid sixty acres to Frank Jadd coasWera tins 1800 Bjrn to the wife of Isaac lilllvaa girlC9H3Mr and Mrs N B Lowell Mr tad l Mrs John Lowell 8 adsaLripie3rlfl la S latelast 1 t Mjt cy MIDDLERURG Ihsrea anathsrRepiibltca i naTJirV ou and there is n it df tit III t iJ1 IHkd thes l11 pirated top Ee a oJfr m or the poor Yln potafcJ U CIty JSaptem imAny duo b4t14 a small bruir 1 1t w tl elrto sea clr2IiW mltt J Ll loljr cv uty r h35 lately he established rufjujng ijp India crntJknod tr crAW of mnn wer ot I rid l 1nrrbty jtJI itllP iIliJ Yi i Jlithe people of tae Uuvo s etiou to bhtpkwuLrc town r V ltilE y Ulla wife of aildRdRJrdtlttV Jlrj 9ii ndiigat few days with thiir sun Mr W M Rile utGmver BfOTUiley M3 uu old schoolmate uf Rev T Qolemau and is a preacher of considerable ability Charley jJpoars and Miss Sallie Jfredwick drotetoLibertyMonda August IprbIlnd were married Shusbilfaiijg JIQngcourtship pj It was reporteda few days ago that there were six oasasof small repoTherer thieving going on here of late Mf8 AnuieBr Jout a watermelo FishI4ers beat old hon was robbqd other jgga There IS a picnic at Duncan today where dancing drunkenness arid disorder will likely be nodal g Ijd iri to a degree dangerous to IIOI ciety and hood morals It will likely furnish some unpleasant work for our local officials Squirrels are plentiful in the woods here about and our local sportsmen are having no end of inn in pursuit ot them M W Jones is confined to hisI Bed threatened with fever There is somoother sickness though it is very Blight Mr aud Mrs El ma JoStSs Af Missouri are here on a visit to relative Ph6 Republican Coutity Corn mictee has called a primary to Betg t14 the GiboueyWesloy muddle e for the circuit clerkship but tobls- eems e bortalatfveracePq mniittee in dealing with the GiboueyrWesley eon test ruled that the convention hold at Libert ty iu January last was erronous or iu other words no convention tae held aud that nomination ado then were no good That o course left Capt Ed Pellsy Thoal received blue iioarinatfci Jai the Legislature out in the weather j qnomination must be made for that position PeUf i holds a eactittcate of tofromauu Heisreportedto tballot e hjqhifl cOBstrried to mean that th4rnibor a e placo under nu independent do vise AMr Afar a prom i in nent young Republican of Bigsj vvreported e JhatR S Rector of Dannville had a legislative bee buzzing in his bonnet Sam has always Own a Candidate but up to this writing Chas failed of election There are goingdownof months For instance there is J H Thomas John Henry is no r fool by along shot beside hela cthe cleverest of the whole shoQttl ing match andwould do just n much goodas an other R i caii in a democraticLegiautwc and there are others I could men patyr tivo timber such fca it is and it really doeentmatter a straw withW ms who OEforshpXxin ieVeixb Le laiui J PIIO1l J tKM iNjjfjifJ1i1OR i 4iTherprnvfllj Advocate saywa We have been informed that m vBelknap 4iho Republican notliib 1 or governor employs three hun ak tryanymeets them j in fact making its a pu1atlon of the emploY i ir that they do not speak to hi Whethert3feinSMH authentio or ndtry r yIxe do uot 9wr bntibwaerec0rq pie frama reliable aourc9and- have wea f every reason 1o believe it is true if this is the case how ca n tie working meD of hi Stto she kAr 4w iit l lX j oast their votes forn1an2Lthat- r dlVht can they expect to fgajn from him Do they think heartPmapueii r now that he wants the votesof those whom he has ground to the eft rth by his ayarlce aud disregard for tfheitnwelfare There is one anD iuare There loudrrm e is the coutrollinj spit pays le i rene und works the mon longer hours than zany othericor poratiou iu this State tjiEilT irpPE HiWv r tolerated g ossia MIIi Hecountenanced labor uniont He was an expert chess player Hecalled himself the little oldman tlowai reverential admirer of nature YHe was diligent reader of none Pafe4 tA Dante and Virgil were his favorSite poets nPlis favorite relaxation was writ ing poetry He kept hisprivate accout with the Bank of Eugraudw r JosephlivedJ He was the owner and landlord of a dwelhngmtParui Jro = His iable expenses did not ex coed twenty centra day gfr =ti Hewrotebetter Latin than any other living writer in the Church ofRome 1 y5BBS Ho never recogriizedj theJtalian as anything more than the King of Sardinia JIisprivaie safe was in his ow apartment he carried the key himself So regular were his habits that his servants could tell by glancing the aleck what ie was doing at that moment tfNever forgot a ace and lemon didhimaWas a habitual snuff User the 13a1tmore t ndansup carry fut flip Vitiean as ifhirtr a hild i Ire the Yitican he hada fire 1ulo for ths dross of all imates to be wcruaf every hoiirof the day andgaiaas 3 as 480 in the morning Voice while neither deep nor full wtisclear and ringing with wonderfulcarrying power ringhisPontificatohe of3q900tOQOJhalf of which was gifts of gold silver and precious Lr BRAiN LEKI1 Illluck Is usually f6undeardn lazP ness i The wJsefather trys toknow his own son r triffThe man wttbout a dollar is always withea flTillHon J Tire map who cannot gnaw g corn oft of the cob is more to 6e pitied ao blamed t sWhen a loan takes ntf ikiierost la politics Itis a pretty gocAsfgn tb iteSometimes it requires a wonderful amount ot bravery tt adMit that you are afraid to docertain thIngs We have great respector the maIcheerJullytadmlts that he e ot the slowest horses ID towIf Yoacannptjadge the piety of the 1onibornes mistaken T aea oa1 ood wla e couldbeadeKuatee0 t n btto bl Rood fellows be avF rage womancanx raot ai ratcrorldotsatlstaoltuaptt6ofixn opjjor k p6itvamEver since David Sat peo na7yehad a hajblt ot tdinit at Safer distance and tilitowlmgrcckL c sinjL orf v cS tj hOW or dthenjwejrather pity idi4sl canJ ood mt When a wife gcU5 Vttw1 trru Vr usbaDdslie sqot aJlsIicdur cjs It conveys the information tout he Is awfully lonesome it t Since the publication of the wxltlen a rcemeDt between Caleb Poweis and the convict rfenry youtsej waiving the truth sor falsity of an affidavit which the Jattermade of Power In nocence 10 be used to Influence Re publican Judges of the Court 6t Ap- pllll10rrAuJ ll IrS anew trial the lU nfl of Judife Cftutrill iq that trial of Powers are the more remarkable Ou5 of 84t exceptlocs reserved by the attorneys for Powers In that trial the Bepubll p majprlty of the Appellate Court only sustained three of them nd it now reaches the public through Youtsey that at least one of them Re publican Judges if not more was not willing to reverse the lodgment on those three exceptions alone and had to be privately shown an affidavit from Youtsey who at that time had never testified before agreeing toa new trial anda reversal =Cynthiana Dem trot Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden alone and destitute uch in octet was the condition of an old soldier by the name of J J Havens t ersailles Ohio For years I was troubled with kidney disease and nelih eDotmo medicines gave him relief At length he tried Electric BItt- ers It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies I am on Jhfc road to complete recovery Best on earth for Liver and Sidney trouble nd all foems of Stomach and Bowe complaints Only sec Guaranteed by druggist nThat Judge Saufley is one of the ablestjurlsts in Kentucky no one will dispute and his retirement from the bench is sincerely regretted by the people of Garrard irrespective of par ty He man able lawyer absolutely jnor to thwart j s f eJIond his absolutejm partiality has won for him the highest estoem rand confidence of the people Tneloss of the servicesof such a man jls indeed a great misfortune to any community Lancaster Record End of a Bitter Eijrlit Two physicians had a lon stubborn tight with an obsess on my right lung writes J F Hughes of Du Pont Ga and gave me up Eveybody thought my time had come As a last resort I t riedDr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The benefit I recieved was Btrlklnt and I was on my feet In a few days NoW Ive entirely gained Couglldg Guaranteeded by all druggist jrlce Bpc and- f100 Trial bptties free KENTVXY FAIRS ysNIcholiisvlile Somerset Sept 1 2 3 4V ElizabethtownSeptember 8 4da S11 Bowling Green Septemberl5j4 4weasborosr Henderson SeptnmberpS 6rdays Sudden Misadvcntiiro Carelessness Is responsible for many whenItoJour own benefit and for others that Buckllns Arnica Salve is the best rem Rdyonearth for Burns Scalds Bruises Cuts FelonsrBoils and Plies Only 25mGudranteedbpalldriiggist The white citizens of Iforthwes terfi xlieteenn a New York corporation to im POt 1800 negro pen some of whom have arrived as farjn hands Con gressman Crumpacker ls blamed for athe invasion of the blade settlers bej cause of the friendship he bhas shown for the negroes What sLtto In the last analysis nobody knows bob vie do know tbat It Is under strict Uaw Abuse jLhat law even jslfghtly p sin results Irregularliving mean Lcterangementofthe organs resulting in Constipation Headache ofTlver troublo Dr King a iKew Life pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle foci tntnpyftlr Only cat all drug stoics HOTELat K Frafflc Hrr urlfitor oTk hbtiey is uclae oppuetCe the t1r ttJio6aud Is a splendid pleas at whleb todtgnaGoo i i cols eCCCheat attention audthurau szi cry reasona ble Trade of Adair ind uiiiulnlng llcountie8IiOU 1 t rr Di1DIJ1J Uu DB rmJiilI1t iIfJ rv N s 024 52Sumr 2B Wt a fuiSftJ i l lii BltJjr W 1 E r t JlY1iTC V- l II tII4 UE S Vf S Iflh PihsrPiotureaand ouu II AMERICAN SEBHKG MACHIN E lfii rY 1 liitercitmeableDtskoiSho SZE5 0 22 7ItH or vrlliout Fertiliztr cr Grass Seed AttachnicntR Grit Proof Bearings to Disks 20000 S atoenr Betirtog3 used Ta tacawnwith satlsiactlon Perfect Clearance cant makes cplen did Seed lied Stands Drouth and insures CtOph PromptShlpccnt Low FnightISend far prI r Catalog rot CII717 f0CO XlDbIdL VloLi srs nsi set 4r READ AND KEEP POSTED h TAE LOUISVILLE t PAli TMEf3SIXJ1lIqKtTfjSl ae T111 rr iyt eY i EEKADATJY OOUR1EIJOURNALSIX1MONZIInGOf s Jr t jONLY 2001nrTh yl Wlite The News oil sJ Oiiil t A l llepresentatiyei ifE d FANCYJOBWORKA SPECIALTY r RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL Jv H Piiyne Prn itafor A Hmefor i for health Ee kefai Splendid Fares if Ritteg reasonable Addro5e1 r 1 J Ii Pa Yle Rus lI Spri JgB Ky H BNES N S D ES I HAND MADE 1HARNESSSADDLES and Bridles are the Best I mate rind t anythingIf in S ddJiYiuitSl d Faint 1Uohruor offrYe Call aaAeeo me 4 d J rl ie j W JAQE3VEAN COLUMBIA KENTUOKYJ jggTakc The News and keep posijecl on the happenings of Southerly Kentucky News and Cotniei = Jown31 forjl50 8I f 0 PATTERSON IOTE4W4r i r FFMeST0WN I tj j No bettor p1aCa can befound than at the abovo namddliyt wlthiathobestthomrk t afforiis Bead 8ii ble in connection l uLit JIit t r iJ1I JBLATTEItSONf T 7 TiiI v W5RCI ALL KNOW THE LOUISVILLE HENDBitsOir ANnSrLouis RAIL J d 14A1 the always poput rJ1NQ rR50h ROUfl3j Is Tije Worlds Fair ihk dJtyPU ha ea trfpjnvlew to EvansyHJe St Uiilii or tQ t ponHn tUe Wejtor sWvylst ASt1USiFOR RATES AND ASK U5 FIRST 4 TJa16 It there are reduceTrates In effect on account ofspecal Nir looe jltiT irsur iD11r r jj xiUlitl l W o fJf ah t E I1 ilaeTkomW O rt f40Lat tUJT r3rClty IassewgiirAAent t I kirataliiw NasSeljer Ag na1 L J1RWl Cikeerat p assel ert ert t t11 iOUI5 KJ l Jw it kr fff1JiS 1 aIIi b pWJt a 7iftt j liI j 0t1 n y uJlisl Zc h Ameican Plan 8100 Per Day It 1 P ltf T f t iu 11J ltJ e I U th- t 150 r r ntf LiOaLEfiiaila arl Patronai art fir t3tii Jr t it1 Jijictfnlly Solicitdfq 3 West taik8l St rP t v awL11awrwnarwJw arrr y Iowa TelsphoioaJ Cnn rlIfiPI 3454s JAr J JiI t SRINEl WTT TrIrT =ltL 1 IJ R Prp r BryOVc S k NJJ RA TGE I r DaconsOIdSdre 425 tba Market Street t LOpriSVILIi2 i KBNTUGKY KKLIABLE GOODS LOWEST PlilCE- sf DEHLiBR BROTHERS jtri 1ut laktSt rcct L UI VrLU KISNTTtJOSIY GarrvAll Heights In STOCK t ENDrt RORr CAjAtOGUE A P it igESEer rise Hotel5r GHflS Fi GflNS S BROir tPROPRIhTORbr 2jl242 EAST MARKETST f STS LOUISVILLE ICY = o Hates 100 per day Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO KEGULrAH BOARDERS A A A A A A VV VtIUV IU CIVyIV VrIVvwWVv w- FZIFTH t2nLer I VE HOTEL u E1 3w i FIFTH STREETS t EOUISVILEi KENTUCKY 9 t SIX 3 w efumlshed Bedocoratoti dnd Romodolod A Firstclass Q V Hotel at Popnlar Prices OoWonieiitto Wholesale and Retail W y Distrioi OirttrchcB and Theatres r Pikfe OaipbfeileSoliencfc Asst Mjrr i 0004100TOOOOOOdQ00 RitFli G Tafel JEWELER 12iw Market Louisville Kentucky LINg cz t t WATCHES AND CLOCKS lCity Steerling Silver and Plated ili all the Newest Designs Come buy your en ageroeni r nq Wieqd Dlfrings Guaranteedrepairing agpecialty Highest prices paid for pearls yoU DON1T HAVE TOi O WST11 s fi tIvp t But if you are thinking A doing so keep before ji you thefact that the LouispilleHen rson 5tt L0 ie Railwayiomaking Lour f 1RoundTiip Homer ekr and pneW y 18 i Settlers Rates TQt THE WEST ql SOUTHWEST Also LOW Colonists Rates dC ttoCalifornia MontanaIdahbtVasiiington- Oregon mG r v liritishiColnmbiaaed herlpacifio h iaud No3fithPaoi1fic Coal r1ititsi 01 LJ JRWJNlev tvui ASETJS FOR RATESt general Passebgdt Agent LOUISVILLE fa 1n1 ld 1A t A A t39 x PE ADAIR COUNTY NlGtiiSxf i abll 5100 Per rH Street njasr 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