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I TJIEfADAIR COUNTY NEWS5QUJME 6 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1903 NUMBER 45 PBT QFtIOB DIRECTORY J I10X3SIT PO3TMVSTER II T BA2HR DEPUTY lOST IAS1im O2ice Hours ixffli dayvS9cu to 6jO p In COURT DIRECTORY CitiuiTCoORT IThreo lons a rearThar Monday In January third Monday la May an Third Monday In September CtrcuilJudge W w Jones Commonwealth Attorney NH WAaro- nSbrltfll WIIUllrr Cir Jit Clerk JBrOolley 11hieachmonthCooBTFirst rlon T Murrel CuuntyttorncyJaaannettJr v Al1 rTILStnttlj- ailer i K P Couovcr AsscsKJrK W Burton 3orroyor UTaicCaflreef- jchoolfinpt D Jones rorunerO Uuf sell 7tYQotrarRegnlarconrtseeondMonday in each month Judge T 0 Davidson Attorney Gordon Montgocry MarshalG T Flowers CHURCH DIRECTORY 1 PRESBYTERIAN Rev Sunda1aisSabbath Prayer meeting every night MBTDODIBT- UcKKSVittB STBBBTRCT E MMotcalfe pastor Services flrsttundy in each month 8undy sehool every Sabbath t9am Prayer meeting Thursday BTBBSTBeT JP Scruggs pastor First and third Sunday In each month- S SimUysehool every Sabbat 9am Prayer m tlnR Tuesday night PiiBEld W K AzbUl Pastor Servicef Second and Fourth Sundays in ech month Sundayschool eve y Sab bath at9 30aiD Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and AMRcgu- lar meeting In their hall over bank on Frt day night on or before the fall moon In each month W Coffey WM D Jones Secretary eIWi r B No7 meet Friday night at terfull Mua tELL H P W Secretary YETINERY SURGEON J Fistulo Pollevil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I am fixed to take care of stock- S D OBENSHAW- X mile from Columbia on Disappointment S C NEATr WITH OTTER 00xW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS Louisville Kentucky wcoDjccccocc I C S GRADY c I DENTIST I t SPECIAL attention 0 given to 1 Gold Filling Crown and Bridge r work I KyJcX Scientific Shoeing 0i Iam ready to do Blaok Smith tug of any kind from horse shoe og to the repairing of the finest vehicles 1 will make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located backof livery ask Barbee Robertson Give me your a workJ COFFEY Wilmore Hotel WrM WILMORE Prop G r dyviH e Kentucky HERKSs Wtter place to 1 thanatthe shoved naoi d hotel Good sample roota and a llrxTClap r table Rates very reasonable Pttirf tablQ ttttacbcd kt FROM OPTB C11OLIVII tfcBW Nt 2Sr tt S1003 Editor of ihoXevs- We people are pulling fodder atid uiakiiig Burghnm The de dscendatitsofJohhVhitesculonpwho tribe of Indians introduce fodder pulling and woe to any man who urges any other method Incidentally allow me to here remark that tho Lost Colony of the Roauoahe isa matter misstat ed by nearly every historian It will be remembered that histori ans relative to early attempts of North Carolina colonization claim ed that White was gone three years and came back finding no trace of his colony By agreement between Gov White and those he left at the fort if they left by reason of distress they were to leavo a cross marked on the tree and iL they left volunta rily they would tell where they had gone White fell into the ways of tho buccaneer and was absentthree years On his return he found no cross no colonists but the word croatan carved on a tree It is now known that they crossed Oroatan Sound nod took up with Hatteras Indians Their posterity are called Croatans and are half breeds a colony of which live around Scuflletown in Robinson couuty this State They have the names of some of those early settlers and tho char acteristics of both whites aud In dians They have a patriarchal form of government dont askor seek social equality with whites They have the hospitality for which the son of the forett is fam ed and will camp on the trail of an enemy With bravery of the whites and the cunning of the In dian they make bad foremen During the civil war when the Union troops captured Ft Fisher and Newborn they pressed all the negroes into service Among oth ers they pressed an old man nam ed Lowery who was a Croatan Indians wont work for themselves much leas a captor as was found by the Spanards in the conquest of Mexico and Peru Old man Lowery was shot for insubordina tion His sons Steve and Henry Burry the latter as brave and as energetic as King Philip or Tecumseh meditated vengeance Every deserter from the Confed eracy or camp follower who had any part in their fathers execution bit the dust when the cruel war was over They had a gang who did their bidding and tor several years they killed local officers and govern ment detectives who tried to ef fect their capture In the swamps they kept hidden and for years a reign of terror prevailed in this section At length Henry Berry Lowery was slain by treachery of one of his own men and being leader the gang went to pieces This vendetta brought these peou liar people into notice and all the facts attest their tradition to the Lost Colony of Roauoaho But I must know something of old friends Where is old man Voile who hailed from the wilds of East Tennessee about thirty years ago He settled on the and of Mrs Matilda widow of Judge R T Garnett As a fighter he evidently had the call over anyother man quick or dead He was father of all such who handle the shoehammer and last and I used to go ove and have my shoes mended With volubility bord eriug ou eloquence ho fought his battles oer again in my presence till my hair would riea like quills ou the fretful porcupine He was also a mighty booanical doctor in tho earth and his technical terms were etrinigins toni gan mid hellbnck A mild case required dtrinigan a graver one tonigau while the hellbnck was avheroio remedy Where could I find Jim Voile Philip Voila and soniu law Henry O4wson Jm was his fath erHown son and Philip wes a iiintnda wit nnd mighty flraUr waslikawlset a holy terror on warpath nile a cogs fi m bin n vaVicator 1H could alieo inako bido hen he rendered theArkaur- y i i if r saw Trvel r his scveutYfive centi fiiddle with vocal uccom panimeut It would also soothe my tumul tuons feelings to fcnaw the whereabouts of Seldon Bennett He waajike the frog who would a wooing got and atqong the fairsex his blaudishmeuts were irresisti ble To use his own lauguage his tongue was as slick as a rib bjU I would fain know the abiding place of John Andy AlcClistor He was a kind of Yarick in classic Striugtown and was want to set the tablo in a roar As the negro problem at present like the ghost of Banquo will not down at no mans bidding I want the permauent address of Hawk Morrison Bar Morrison and John Henry Bowmar Hawk was the most erudite scholar among all the dusky sons of Ham and on one occasion wrote the program of a SS picnic that the negroes had at Zion No2 It read thus ly All oame the picnic Good order will be kept by Logan and Ed Bowmar while candy will be sold also gingercakes and cider by John D and John HenryBow mar There will be singing and dancing marching and prancing This program was faithfully car ried out also some improvised exercises For instance Isam Miller knocked down three negroes with a rail Bob Ike shot Tim Drake George illis got carved with a razor but the Sunday school interest liko the peripatetic soul of John Brown kept march ing on Do they still have old folks singing at Shady Grove If not why not I can remember when Un cle Jerry Loy Al Stone Jesse VI White Levi and Bob Burbridge Old 01 McOlister with many fe male warblers lifted their voices with cadence as sweet as the last notes ofa dying Swan Let mo say right here that I havenever heard old Kentucky equaled Jar real music I have been thrilled by the solos of prima donnas have heard a great deal of alleged congregational music but the bass of Simon P Taylor Larue Hurt and 01 Mediator the soprano of Ella Garnett Todie and Nonie Taylor have never been excelled in my hearing MELVIN L WHITE ITEMS OF NEWS Tom Halla wellknown Confederate and river writer died suddenly in Louisville last week Marshal Gray shot and killed Lee Smith at Nicholsons mines near Middlesboro There were five wills offered for probate of Gen 0 M Clay at Richmond Monday of last week Sarah and Gladys Hagandaugh ters of a Kansas farmer were burned to death near Topeka Mrs Jack Bowling formerly of Middlesboro committed suicide atEnsley Ala by hanging Chicago laundry owners have announced a big raise in prices on collars cuffs and flat work The Federal grand jury at Washington adjourned without re turning several oxpeotbd indict melts against postal officials Jacob B Smith a former well known Chicago chief committed suicide by throwing himself from a fourth story window Two steamers leaving New York took to the Philippines 10405000 silver coins aggregating in curren cy valuel075OOOAn was formed in Nashville for thepurpose of raising a fund of 40000 to reproduce the Hermitage at the Worlds FairA New York woman and her nuutrom Chicago were robbed of diamonds valued at 3000 while taking a hoar ride at Alexandria BalN Y Sudden Misadventure Carelessness Is responsible for many an accident and we never know when to capectone It is well to know for our own repetit add for others tha Buckllns Arnica Salve is the best rem edy on nthfor Burns Scalds Bruises Cuts Felons Boils and Piles Only 5 Guarantees by ell druggist f j k i i ti r I THE ABOLITION OF MIDDLE AGE lldJf acvtitury ago a man of forty five Bas regarded almost elderly and a woman or the same age was expected to hare long since cut herself adrift from all ties binding her to her youth and to assume the appearance and portment of a staid exemplary matron All this has changed in a par ticularly interesting way of which the prominent feature is seeming contra diction It the threeyear old child of today is as knowing as the bixyear old of paIr a century ago and the ten year old boy of to day is inmany spects quite as much a man as was his grandfather at eighteen one might ex pect that in due gradation the modern middle aged man should be beyond his years But such is not the case lliddle age so far from hurrying on into senility so far even from stand fog still would seem actually to have stepped backward aud marched along side of youth There is a jauntiness a bouyancy an elasticity about the middle age of to day at which our fathers would have shaken their heads as unseemly The gulf which once separated the middleaged parent from his children has been filled up The curtain which shrouded the middle aged man generally from the eyes of youth and which caused him to be regarded with respect if not awe basI been lifted and in obedience to the same influences which have made theI schoolmaster the friend of the school boy and the regimental officer almost 1 the comrade of his men the middle aged man of today is never so happy as when working or playing upon an equality with and actually in compe tition with youth AS with men so it is with women Social statisticians tell us that the age at which women are considered most eligible for marriage has been notably advanced of late years and we know that the lament of many a matchmaking mamma is that the most dreaded rivals of her darling are not to be found so much among the girls of her own age as among women who not many years ago would have been relegated to the ranks of hopeless old maidenhood The fact that the middle aged lady of today is much younger in manner and and tastes is of course not the only reason for thisI but It is among the most potent Tde London Spectator AN OFFER NOT ACCEPTED The Cincinnati TimesStar com mending on the verdict in the Caleb Powers case said It is not a verdict on evidence It is absolutely against both law and fact Without a scintilla of evidence upon which to base the finding tho jury has condemned this man to a fel Mr Authur Qoebel brother of the murdered man made that paper the following offer I hereby offer you fivehundred dollars to publish word for word In the TimesStar the evidence given on both sides in Caleb Powers last trial so that your readers may judge for them selves by the entire evidence whether your statements be true I will fur Dish you on request tbeoCQclal stenog rappers complet transcript Five hundred dollars will not defray the ex penses of your printing of the evidence yet it Is worth much more than the cost of printing the evidence to you that your readers should believe your editorial statinents true If you accept the above proposition I shall add onehundred for your publishing in connection with the evidence in the Caleb Powers case the testimony of ExGovernor W O Bradley cf Ken tucky in the Rlpley case the cost of printing which will not exceed ten dollars It Is needless to say that the Times Star dld not accept the offer It the Republicans were a little more consistent what they might say along certain lines might be entitled to more consideration For example when Jett and White the alleged Breathitt county assassins were on trial at Cyntbiana they clamored for a death sentence for both and were loud in the denunciation of the one jurorj Jasper King who took a different view of the matter Now they are equally blterhI their censure of the jurors in the Powers case who did tt Perseverance and prayer will enablet you to sU iDoi1nibDYob8taoIO in the oadto deserve successes 1v r r r BATTLESHIP KENTUCKY The Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway has just lid completed for distribution a large cidtr of pict ures o f the Battleshp Kentucky which is a work of art and should in e every Kentucky hone The pict ore is reproduced from a very fine large copyrighted photograph by Mr Enrique Mueller the ill lal photographer for the United Stt cs Navy tak en as the snip is leaving New York harbor tor a cruise It is done in col ors the grey fighter slowly plowing its way through the carefully shaded green of the sea and carrying at th top of her flagstaff the stars and stripes in their natural red white and is admirably suited for framing but as it is gotten out on heavyi five ply enameled cardboard it will prove an ornameht to any home without framing Six cents in postage sent to L J Irwin G P A of the popular Henderson Route at Louisville Ky will bring this beautiful picture to your home REMEDY FOR FEUDS Thomas M Morrow editor of the Jackson Hustler advances in the fol lowing interview what he conceives to be the best remedy for the elimination of the feudists that have so long been a curse to Breathitt county He After a careful study of the question and with the experience gained by a number of years residence there I am prepared to state that there is but one remedy for the mur derous feuds existing in Southeastern Kentucky and that is this When a murder is committed let troops be hurried to the scene martial law be declared and officials from an outside county be appointed to try the mur derer and punish his crime Then most important of all let the entire costs of the trial judges jurors witnesses fees the transportation and other expenses of the militia be borne by the county instead of the state in which the crime is committed When the debt Is saddled on one of these mountain communities and they have to pay the freight it will bring them to a swift realization of the state of things and they will be as eager to prevent crime as they have hitherto to encourage it If it bankrupts the county let it do so for that system wllldrive the feudists from its borders The Kentucky Exhibit Association collecting hundreds of photographs for display In the Kentucky Building and in the exhibits of the states products and resources at the Worlds Fair It is working on the idea that nothing is more attractive than good pictures and that Kentucky is able to furnish some of the best Photographers all aver the state are becoming interested in this feature of the associations work The State campaign on the part of the Democracy has opened auspicIous- ly The speakers in various localities are greeted by good crowds The eamp fires are burning brightly and the good work will go on until the close of the pols in November There is no question of a Democratic victory The only question is as to the majority the ticket will receive This will de pend on the efforts put forth by the party In New York City Henry Townsend Edson son of former Mayor Franklin Edson of that city shot and Instantly killed Mrs Fannie Pullen and then shot and killed himself The tragedy occurred InEdsons home and was brought about by Mrs Pullena refus al to desert her husband and family and go with Edson to a distant State Edson was a married man but had quarreled with his wife and decided to leave her- TIIEYS4Y THAT A fine Bible on the parlor table does z not keep the devil from entering ideas and big words make a painful combination Whistling girls are not much worse than crowing men A man seldom begins to show his temper until be Icsss it Be a gentleman If you do have to wear overalls The colored orphans whowere chased away from Oyster Bay might have fared better It they bad been old enough to elect delegates to a national QJt x 4Ji 91 c UNCLE SAMS VACANT FARMS The rush of Texas homeseekers to secure choice portions of 300000 acres tlelimentopening of Oklahoma and of the Cherokee Strip and serves to remind us how vast are the areas in the United States still untenanted and untilled The Texas land would not make many ranches of the wasteful dimen slons common in the southwest but it would divide into 3000 good farms The largest ranch in the State the pube lic lands which the State bartered for a new capitol building And there is still more Texas land available all of which belongs to the State not to the nation Excluding Alaska much of whose soil is available for agriculture the country has more than a billion acres of public lands besides those belong ing to the states enough to make 7 500000 quartersection farms If all were available for use which may be doubted Last year over fourteen million acres nearly 90000 quartersec tions were taken up This was an amount almost 60 per cent greater than in 1901 three times as great as in 1897 and greater than any previous year of our history except 1886 Not only has Uncle Sam plenty of farms left but some of them are good farms in active and increasing demand New York World LET OTHERS 170RRY Undoubtedly the high price of cotton will curtail its consumption and work a hardship to the mills Viewed from another standpoint and one fa vored by the people of the South and Southwest the returns from this years yield will be equal to or above the av means prosperity for St Louis and the neighboring trade territory Brown and Sully may manipulate may make the Cotton Exchanga their play ground but as long as they keepprIees at the high level little objection will be found In this section of the country A young man named Leiter onca contributed several millions to the producers through a wheat deal The Armours have not neglected to maintain high prices when other specula tors were in the market ready to play the game Many farmers have learned to wait and profit while the big opera ators learn It is a scheme which does some harm but at the same time- works a little good Brown and Sulley are welcome to all the wool they get from the New York lambs the South can stand it A committee was recently appointed to make a trip through Illinois Indo iaua and Ohio for the purpose of in specting and learning the latest and best methods of caring for the insane T91s trip was made with the object of determining the best plan for the construction of the state insane asylum again atNorfolk Neb which asylum burned some time ago This committee has reported In favor of the cottage plan Instead of one large build ing and It Is believed that the state board of public lands and buildings will consider this plan favorably William Leathers a young farmer of Boyle county died of of poisoning as the result of coming in contact with poison oak while cleaning a fence row In a fight at a camp meeting at Mt Victory Pulaski county Wm Bolton a constable killed two brothers named Richmond and was himself slain by Columbus Garrison Judge Clifton J Pratt of Madlson ville was named as the republican nominee for circuit judge of that dis trict at the convention held at Prince ton and has accepted the nomination prominentyoung 32 years died at Josephs Hospital where he had been operated on for appendicitis Some good friend to Mr Payno should hasten to infoim him that the sooner he quits the post office depart mcnt the sooner the statute of limit tlons will operate This demand for an clastic current tmay he made to cover utujtIorl to secure amore plastic currency ono tbattira financiers Can mold to suit E dw rr BOBB1TT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBBITT SON Prep tlttm Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0iCNewly and neatly furnished clean beds Special accommodationsfor commercial men Rates reasonableTrade of Adair and adjoining counties speotfully solicited MADST0NE I have an Excellent MAD STONE which has been tried in about one hundred cases snakebItescan cite you to many of toe cases Write orcall on me at DULWORTH Ky JA BT7LWO RTH End ofa Bitter Fight stubbornfightwrites J F Hughes of Du Pont Ca and gave me up Eveybody thought my time had come As a last resort I torConsumption was atewCoughsColds Guaranteeded by all druggist Prlea Me and tt00 Trial bottles free + Ct M WISEMAN ISDN + e1 JEW EIiBBS and OPTICIANS Dealers In DIamonds all PredOis Steiw 0Special attention given to work ell WlatMarketOpallto Mttale Md- LOUI8VILLE HlIhTTIIO T ui1UA ROUTE i Summer Tourist Line f LAXEStFOREST NEW YORK AND BOSTOtff The Travelers Favorite Line- ChicagoPnllman Sleeping Carl Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and all MichiganUnequaled Modern Equipment Fast Sshed ules Write for Summer Tourist book WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen Paw Ticket Agt Asst P T A CINCINNATI OHIO a SJ GATES General Ky CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkan sis Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abuneV ance of fuel and soil that will often payforas eheap as 250 an acre prairie land atW and 85 per acre up bottom land at 35 and t6 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at tlO and 15 per acre up Some fine propositions for colonies tracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at Si to 810 per acre big money in this for a good organizer Fruit and truck lands in the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 810 to 120 perracre up Writs us for about cheap rates excursion dates al so literature descriptive of this treat country and let us help find a home that will cost vi u no more than the rent you pay every year E w LABEAUM G p T A Cotton Belt Route St Louie Mo While clearing a fence grove Wtt Bpylccountybecame iwk xnd died in great agony la coittfe qtltoc tl f Ir d t0 THY 1W tiOnNTINHWg = c== jlli ng t tW W nf daf h rY THr 1 i1tl 3 jsO Jj 14 t ccoit mol wrxrj CHAS 8 SAXIa1t3 Editor to tht interDcmocmite nowspa er iUvoieo atL etis of the city ofColnmblaandthepetf o Adair and adjacent counties tJ Entered tthe Columbia Poitofflceassecood cias mall matter i WED SEP 23 1903 iEMOOnATIO TIOKET imSfXK littK For Governor J c W BEOKHAM I 3 H FprIiientenant Governor VP THORNS t For Auditor of State tIUSo 1P HAGERII 1a jFor Treasurer 9r CH M BOSWORTH I r For Attorney General N B HAYS L1f ftFor Secrefcary of State B5lT JyH V McOHESNEY i fFor Supt of Public Instruction J U FUQUA 7 For Commissioner of Agriculture n HUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Court of Appeals MORGAN CHINK hJ iron RAILROAD COMMISSIONER s HON 0 0 McOHORD r1 TheState campaign is moving on P Mrs Barnes wife of the noted evangilist Geo 0 Barnes died at Sanibel Island Fla on the 14th Rev Sam Jones stopped preach ing long enough at Cartersville Ga to engage in a fight with the postmaster It is said that a Kentucky man is importing snails He doubt lessly wants to pit thorn against the Republican State ticket Six masked men not satisfied with robbing a bank in Okla of 5077 went to the stable of the cashier stole his horse and w buggy and made their escapes One o f the greatest Infant Industries that worries the Re pubhcan party is providing official stations for the exDemocrats without giving up every import ant office t Mr M L Jarvis of Albany has been nominated by the Republicans in the 27th judicial dis trict for Circuit Judge The Somerset Journal says the bitterness engendered will not be healed in ten years Tho trial of Curtis Jett for the f willful murder of James Cockrell knis now on at Cynthiana The in dications are that the accused will i stretch a rope instead of sorving a life sentence for murdering J B Marcum The assasins must go SiThe republicans of Taylor coun ty hive nominated a gentleman named Durham to make the race against Mr W I Meader for Cir cuit Court Clerk We have no ac quaintace with Mr Durham He luay be a running man but we are satisfied he will not be in the sub urbs of his election when William Isaac trots in Caleb Powers has had his speech defending himself put in pham plet form and is having it sold to raise funds to enable him to get his case before the Court of Ap peals A few days ago Hon John rD White said concerning the speech I dont see why the Democratic party dont have it published and scattered broad oampaignjt get Congressman Vincent Boreings death which occurred at London on Wednesday the lath mat was- reoieved with sadness throughout the Eleventh district He was H serving his third term in Congress whenthe end came and was the r only Republican elected to the National House at the last eleoj x tion He was an untiring worker and had the respect of his party throughout the State His death will probably displace a number of gentlemen who are holding rep Bponiiblo positions through his in fluence i V tnAn article in last vjeeka ISSKO of thfe Spjfctorattunvptfd 10 show Mr rni Hur a hitter partisan bv rAgaOlhc of its theoriztug its nooneaiijons m tdH against him prrhsfrui Jn5 cosno ucr hfcely tt coi e from hucli JiawarraafMl at Uicus from u paper eo thoroughly tied down by party prejudice as torofuse to publish Mr Hurts announcement as a candidate af ter it had been turned into that office It attempted to ridioule the statement that Mr Hurt is conservative and labo a hard to arouse political passion and line up party against party Such ef forts are common in political war faro but in this case it does not up ply Mr Hurt is a Democrat and has no appoogy to offer for his honest convictions in matters of this kind but while this is true everybody knows him to be broad and liberal in political views They know him to be one of the ablest attorneys in the State a man well and thourghly qualified in every particular to discharge the duties of Circuit Judge The great question in this raoe is not the political affiliations of the respective candidates but their qualifications Mr Hurt is a gentleman and so is Mr Baker They are both citizrns of our town identified with its welfare and happiness They are both lawyers of many years experience yet the records in the Circuit Court Clerks office show tbajb Mr Hurt in the last ten years has had twenty cases to Mr Bakers one and generally litigants seek and employ the ablest counsel Mr Hurt is a Democrat not for office but for principle Mr Bak er is an exDemocrat a Republi can young in years young in par ty service Mr Hurt yielding to the many strong and urgent dbmands made on him both by Democrats and Republicans who believe he would make an ideal official became a candidate Mr Baker of his own volition after using all means within the scope of modern poli tics is likewise a candidate Mr Baker while making his race against Mr Miller urged tha people to vote for the best quail fied man He did not claim sup port on other grounds than quali fications and his claims of superi orty in nhe knowledge of law elicited much aid even from the oppo site party Both men are well known their talents are not hid neither are supposes to be so nar row as to be partisan in official duty Tho animosity of the past has no place in this rase It is one of the mot important stations in which our party has an interest and accepting Mr Bakers platform qualifications wo are willing for the voters of this dis treat irrespective of party ties to say who shall be judge Mr Hurt is in the vigor of life with none of his natural faculties impaired Mr Baker his senior by many years unfortunately has suffered a partial loss of the sense of hearing It is important to have a man who knows the law and who can clearly hear the evi denco in all cases If Mr Hurt is elected it will be done by conservative Rrpublicans who believe qualifications the essential feature in this race men who are willing to look to the good of the district rather than merely serving a par ty His election cannot be ac complished by democrats alone be canso they have not the voting strength and in reality would not be party victory We believe that sufficient aid will be given by the Republicans of this dis trict to elect him and if so feel certain that none will have cause to regret Snowball said in his Munford ville speech that Gov Bradley turned over 1100000 to the Democrats The truth is as the records will show he turned that amount over to W S Taylor who got away with 800000 before tak ing his departure to Indiana When Mr Beckham took charge of the reins of Government there were only 836000 in the treasury Mrs Carrie Nation who is visiting relatives at Hopkinsville threatens to use her hatchet on the window ofa saloon there which bears the inscription All Na tions WeloomeExcept Carrie and her hatchet As she drove by the saloon she said I dont like that sign and if it remains up I know a quicker way to remove it thea buying a paintbrush v i The Speak ng Jmigp JOE osanisi4 ltlh instruct ions tC the grr i PY tit 10 3U lust Mjnnciay r llt as ihitlrour iho spcnlrir i on mCl cad Mr If O Luker tiio Republican candidase for Circuit Judge being the first speaker He spoke until the noon hour making a bitter partisan address The court house was well filled with Democrats and Republicans who gave the speaker close attention throughout though there was but little applause Mr Rollin Hurt who is al so a candidate for Circuit Judge began speaking at 12 oclock and tho best test of his popularity was the large crowd that did without their dinner to hear him through tie is making this race solely upon his qualifications for the position and notwithstanding there is a tremend o u s Republican majority against him in the district he expects to win at the November election Judging from the applause accorded each speaker a majority of the vo ters in the courthouse was evidently for Mr Hurt In the afternoon Horf John W Lewis and Hon M Rey Yarberry spoke to the Republicans Congressman Boreings death last week was the result of pneu monia and while not allied with our party yet we recognized him as an able man politician who wqn his leadership amid many struggles and over stubborn and aggressive opposition He possessed some qualitis we admired some we disliked His opposition was within his own party and con sequently the bulk of his enemies as well as the majority of his warmest friends Death settles all disputes it brings all to one common Jevel the rich tho poor the great tho obscure Remem ber his vintures his talents and his accomplishments and consign his misgivings and mistakes to ob livion Quite a number o f gentlemen are mentioned in the public prints to fill out the unexpired term in Congress of the late Mr Boreing Among the number appear the names of Judge Denton of Pulaski Judge W W Jones of Columbia and Dr W G Hunter of Cum berland No candidate has as yet made a publio announcement We take it that the Somerset Journal regards the Adair County News as a stepbrother as a copy of its Fair edition about which so many complimentary notices have appeared did not reach this office Judging from the sayings of oth era it was a flue specimen of print ing a credit to both Editor Camp bell and the city of Somerset COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Groase clean 1 Washed Wool 2 Beeswax 2 Feathers 4 Hides Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeng 40C Spring Chicken 8 Old Hen 7 Eggs 15 Dried pplos 2i This report will be submitted for revision weekly LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping vi 84 5Cg4 Lightshipping 4 254 50 Best butchers 3 754 15 Fair to good butchers 3 253 Common to medium btchr 3 253 HOOS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 20 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bB 6 20 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs rc 20 SHEEP AND LAMBsi good to extra shipping Sheep 2 603CO 2QO25tC 1L frfiNK IlGD IID ml t N Kentucky Stove Thiware tjDEALBRSIiT Stoves Ranges Wood anJ irtri mipTe ct c =oeo = XottJec Tinware Granitewnrc and Store Flttlii sr 705 Main St Louisville Kentucky Telephone 5691 THE NEVITT HOTEL c ZrSC n OO 2Z3XJ oar 523ST MARKESTREET Between Fifth and SixtbiJ R H NEVITT Prop LOUISVILLE KY 41 SCHWIETER S Tailors 128 W Market St Opposite Music Hall LO ISVILLE KY Quality Is remembered long after price Is forgotten FallJJand Winter Season p 190304 High Art Custom Tailoring It would pay you to Investigate my handsome and stylish assortment o Foreign and Domestic suitings Trlnserlngs and Cravenett Rainproof over coatings before placing your tall orders Hundreds of hobby and stylish Fal and Winter patterns on display to select from Ladies Man Tailored Skirtsm- ade to exact measure from 5 to 30hundreds of stylish and models to select from PERFECT FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED Suits and overcoats made to order from 815 up to 45 Pants and Fancy Vests 4 to 812 Try me you cant loseand Pay Less and Dress Better Woolens sold by the yard A postal will bring samples and self measurement blanks When you visit Lebanon call and Inspect the handsomest Tailoring salesroom in Central Kentucky Sar M BowmanMerchant LEBANON KY fflaketi of Good Clothes at Jflodcfntc Cost seee soooee00e0eso i 0 W C MURRELL J F TRIPLETT i foORRELL TRIPLETT i+ Funeral 0+ Directors and JEmbalmingo iWq sell every thing in their line at the lowest prices A hearse will be Q furnished fiaT Call and see them over Jackmans Harness and Saddlery A 8snope 0 KentuckyZ f 00000000000000000 Q DILLER BENNETT COt Manufacturers and Wholesale fiealew i- nFURNITURE 1 OFFICE and WAREROOMS 527 WM inStJ LOUISVILLEKY 0 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 Per Year 0 THE COURIERJOURNAL 100 Per Year 0 I NEWS and COURIERnJOURNAL I4 L50 PER YEAR 0 i a V iSubscribe 1na fceep posted on tbe current bappeninos of trie bR1 abeHewa ffice cans not be excelled in neat Job work coooOQOOOOOIOOOOGOOICO 000 r tot YEW LIVERY FIRM MASSE CHEWNINQ GOLUMB1AKY- We 0 havejust purchased tire livery stable from the late firm o- fStaples Robertson Co Wo propose to accommodate the public with firstclass rigs furnishing safe drivers It will be our aim to please our patrons and your trade is solicited Wheat Drills either EMPIRE or SUPERIORnone better The best Fertilizer on the market for the money Buggiesrand Harnes Saddles Bridles and Leather strop Field Seeds a Specialty Come see us and price our goods Wm F JEFFRIES SON BLIGKENSDERFER fl50 51bsi6163 l jlbs albs To know it After 8 years hard Type rwriter is conceded to ARENOWLRECEIVLNGPRICES most durable standard machines on kept in per fect working condition at one tenth the cost tMoore Bros GENERAL AGENTS West WOOD ON LEWIS LEWIS Four carloads of Buggies Surreysc and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Diso Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers FERTILIZER Ten car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newswhen you write WOODSON LEWIS BROIJ Greensburg Kentucky THE IARCDM HOTEL ICOLUMBIA KY fjWIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven + o tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky o Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three + good sample rooms for commercial men M H MAROTJM Propr o 0OOOOOO OOOOOC0000000 t J J PERSONAL AlENTION r Mr MJlPoVcH was seen upon the t H rare alntohty d Mr J f1ulr was her 1icndafi fr I tai vli Kr JnSiri P SiJMJtS litre at th ipeuing4 court alrd RoUin Burtiswialtirg relatives IICiwpbcilsvll e Mr J G Sublett Cane Valley was In town Saturday Dr ZT Gabbsrt of Casey Creek was In town Monday Miss Sarab Hardm is visiting rela tives in Harrodshurg Mr John N CaDaver spent lost Sunday at Russell Springs Mr Titus Mercer Millfowa was in Columbia last Sunday A Mr W W and Mr C H Yates were here the first of the week Mr 1II W Aaron is here looking after the States interest Messrs J Fand C R Cabell Camp Knox were In town Monday Hon M Rey Yarberry spent a day or two in Louisville last week Mr R F Rowe Amandaville was here the first of the week j Mr Fayette Davis Milltpwn was in Columbia the first of the week Dr J T Jones and Mr Luther Williams were in town Monday Mr E E Cheatham of Bakerton was in town the first day of court Messrs J T Gowdy and C Y MantzI Ciiiupbellsville were here MondayI Mr Geo Breeding and wife this county aie visiting relatives in Illi nois Mrs Horace Jeffries Is resting easy but there is no marled change in laer I NS and J T Mercer Mill town heard a portion of the speaking Monday Messrs Finis Baker and G W Brockman Amandaville were in Co lumbia MondayjMr W J Page of this place left Monday for Texas He will be absent about ten days Messrs Josh and Champ Butler are visiting Mr D H Butler and family Sacramento Ky Miss May Montgomery is visiting her aunt Mrs Tbompson at Cane Valley this weekIMaj R A Hancock who is in the revenue service was in Columbia sev eral days of last week Mr R K Young and wife of Water view Cumberland county are visiting relatives in Columbia Miss Eiza Conover who hasbeen Russell Springs for several weeks reIturned home Sunday Mr J A Webb Judge Irvine and Mr Wm Irvine Russell county were upon the square Monday Rev Parks Vanhoy of this county has been real sick at the home of his father for the past two week- sMlssesJosephineFleldof Gainsville Texas and Martha Hancock graced the New office with their presence last Thursday Mr Walter Hoskins and wife who have been in Columbia for the past six weeks have returned to their home In Campbellsvllle Miss Sallie Rey Marcum is attending the State Convention of the Christian Churches at Paris She is a delegate from the Church here Mr J F Hires of Somerset was in Columbia Saturday He gave the News a pleasant call and left us an American eagle Mr Hines is jailer of Pulaski county Dr C M Murrell who has been practicing medicine in Columbia and vicinity since recluvlng his diplomaI left last week for Iowa where possi bly he may locate He is a young manIof excellent standing and well up InIthe profession He has the best wish es of the people of this community IIIrwho has been visiting his mother and other relatives in this county left for home yesterday Mr Willis is em ployed In a grocery store in Macomb willIBassettj1MrB B Willis of Glensfork will totithe best citizens in Adair county and his friends generally regret that his mind is made up to leave them Heis a gentleman of pleasing address and will not be long in making friends in Texas r LOCAL JOTTINGS The county roads are all being work ed Mr AD Holladay of San Francis co will please accept our thanks for California papers Mr G B Cbeatbara has sold hi MtPieesantchurchI Mr J D Walker who made Colum bra an excellent citizen his ream re d with his family to his farm at Grady ville CJolEelknap Republican candidate CelumblEa coats i r IJornrUi Jhe wife of J G McCaffree last Thursdaya too OWluaryJif Mrs Harriet N Sexton wilt be pilbliShed next week uN tfirabl frost here last Friday tiinrnlr but vegetation was damaged but Ih Me Mr Jol p F Cabell Camp Knox disrksedohi pair of mules a short time ago for 255 A W Robinson sells excellent wheat fertilizer It took the medal at the Worlds Fair Call on him R E Tandy bought from R F Paull 1 bead of steers that averaged 1100 pounds for 8487 60 Mr W H Jones bought Mr J P Todds farm of acres on the Camp bellsvllle pike fo 1200 Seventyfive head of horses have already been entered for the big auc tion sale at this place October 8 There are hard times and easy times but did you ever know any time that the prlcnof a womans hat was down A new pavement will be built from Miss Mary Smiths store to the alley yond Mr W R Myers residence IrE B Cheatham sold Sam Hop kins lastStturday a tract of land ad joining the property of Rev Parks Vunnoy for S200 Mrs Ellen Holladay sold 13 head of cattle to R L Mitchell Metcalfe county at 3t cents Frank Waggener sold to same party four head at 3 cents The big horse sale October 8will attract the largest crowd ever seen in Columbia Buyers will be here from all over the State v Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch will he at Macauleys theater Louis- vIlle one week beginning October 5 It will be drawing card Messrs J R Tutt and G B Cheat ham purchased the Jerry Caldwell farm one day last week for a little less than 82000 Mr Cheatham will move to the farm The stave interest is again quite buyershavepast ten days and shipments are dally made to the railroad A dwelling bouse owned and resided by Af Brummett on top of the Looney bill near Sparksville was stroyed together with all Its contents last Friday morning No insurance Mr S W Beck and Mr Conrad Strange this place have purchased- Mr Bram Vaughans stock of grocer and will replenish the stook and continue the business at the same stand Capt Englsh of Danville assisted by Col L B Hurt of this place two of the best auctioneerswho ever wielded the hammer will cut the heads off one hundred horses in Columbia Oct ober 8 Mr Geo Richards and Mr Clarence Hindman got Into a difficulty at Grady ville last Friday and the latter was seriously but not dangerously stabbed Our Gradyville correspondent gives the particulars The bridge across Russells creek at the mouth of Disappointment will be completed in about ten days All parties who have subscribed to the enterprise and have not paid will please make payment at once Mrs Laura Blair wife of Mr Hiram Blair near Gentrys Mill died last Friday from typhoid lever She left four children the youngest being five months old She was 30 years old and member of the Baptist church The series of meetings which were have commenced at the Christian Church this city have been postponed until next month Eld Z T Williams will secure a preacher during a visit be is to make to Central Kentucky Mr Anderson Holladay sold his farm upon which he now resides to his brother James Holladay for 4000 We have endeavored to got prices on the cattle and mules sold by Mr Holladay at his sale but have failed up to this writing Mr John R Cundiff one of Adair countys best farmers will please ac cept our thanks for a twist of excellent chewing tobacco Mr Cundiff uses the weed himself and when he bands you a piece you may know that it is a firatclaiB article One of the largest ginseng gardens in the State isnwned and operated by Mr Brock Bewley of Meade county lIe sava he will gather 100000 seed from his present crop and has refuspd an offer of 880 per pound for them He prefers to plant them himself Mr Alec Stapleton brother of Mr A S Stapleton died on Green river near Watson about the middle of the oldswas the father of ten children seven of whom and his wife have died in the lasb four years Mr J G Sublett sold the farm Jiiog In Cane Valley known as the Kcency property last week to Mr Ruel Hutcherson for 750 Itcontain ed tblrtj =four acres At the same time nnoTtTnhplirfrcnn sod his term tS Sylycsterlorrelliar 350 There are seventeen acres m the survey f i J Coffey Bros Robertson sold to Browning Bros last week the lot recently purchased of Mr C S Harris adjoining Mr W R Myers property for 81 It is sour understanding that Browning Bros will erect a largo brick livery stable and that the work will be gegun atan early day Red Lexington the beautiful saddle stallion owned by Coffey Bros this place has been entered in the saddle ring at the Louisville horse show The animal will be shipped to the city iu a few days Mr Jo Coffey Jr one of the most graceful riders in the State will show this handsome horse Mr Geo A Harden who lives in the Mt Carmel neighborhood was over come with heat last Thursday and the latter part of the week he was lying in a very critical condition with but little hope for his recovery Since writing the above we learn that Mr Harden died Saturday fore Louisville tobacco market was very good last week especially the Burley variety Adair county sold five hogsheads at 880 to 525 Metcalfe county sold twentyone hogsheads atI 1100 to 8425 A great many cattle were sold at the stock yards ranging in price from 84 65 to 310 Hogs sold readily at 8010 to 8615 Calvin Crockett of Casey county and an old man named Rainwater were arrested in the rear of the Columbia Livery last Saturday chars ed with gaming They were caught playing by the town Marshal but they claim no money was up The witnesses will tell a different story Thler trial is set for Thursday The male and Female High School this place was opened last Monnay only a few pupils entering But as time rolls on the attendance will crease and by the time the common schools are out the college building will be well filled There are now two splendid teachers in charge and whenc necessity requires the Faculty will be increased The Russells Creek Baptist Associ ation was held last week with the Macedonia Church Green county Judge James Jarnett was the Moder ator The attendance was large all the Churches in the Association beIng represented Interesting reports were made and able discourses delivered The next meeting will be held with East Fork CburchcMr W H Jones of Cane Valley isI one of the successful ginseng growers of that vicinity He was in Columbia last Tuesday and delivered Mr H P Willis of Joppa fifty dollars worth of seed Ginseng culture is becoming quite an industry in Adair and the enterprise has broughtI hundreds of dollars to people in and nearCene Valley Mr J McScott local editor of the Spectator fell under a loaded wagon last Friday morning and one at the hind wheels passed over his body just above the abdomen Fortunately Mr Scott escaped without any serious injury and though very sore he wasI nervy enough to ride a Kentucky steed under a Texas saddle within a few hours after being hurtJMr G A Dohoney who recently re moved from Beechland Washington county to Lebanon advertises his farm in said county and all his person al property for sale Mr Dohoney is now in the livery business at Lebanon and we take it that he has decided to become a permanent resident of thatj place He is a native of Adair and very excellent gentleman Persons who want life insuraace should see J E Murrell He represents the Connecticut Mutual a company that has more insurance in Adair county than any other three compa nies It is an old line dividend com pany and the most economical of all the companies doing business in Ken tucky Mr Murrell can also tell you the plans of another companies doing business The grand jury is composed of twelve good men and if they tail to find indictments against certain law breakers it will be because witnesses keep themselves scarce Every good citizen should be willing to testify against unlawful practices Show us a man who stands to the law and we will show you a man who has the respect of every person whose opinions are worth respecting Last Monday the first day of circuit court was a busy day in Columbia A very large crowd was in town and trading in stock was brisk throughout the day Quite a numbsr of mules and horses changed hands several buyers from a distance being on the market Our local dealers were also in the fight making a number of sales and purchases Our merchants and grocerymen did a thriving business A market makes business Stock men will come into Adair county buy up a lot of mules horses and cattle and the occurrence is so frequent that you often hear upon the streets that the county is about drained But new stockmen come icgo over the same territory buy more cUtlc mules and horses and thus the trading Is kept up year in and year out Besides the trading that Is constantly solos on in Columbia the firm of Smith Nell Gridyvllle do un extensive busltess MljltownUavluo aid the man wbo is watchful In buy log and selling generally has teensy CIRCUIT COURT As is usually the case a tremendous crowd of people were here Monday to witness the opening of the first day of the September term of the Adair cir curt court People began toarrive early in the forenoon and by eleven oclock there was scarcely standing room upon the public square Judge Jones opened court promptly at 0 oclock and before the noon hour he had finished his instructions to the grand jury and they were put to is not a great deal of new business for the term hence the bulk of the cases before the court will be disposed of this week The following gentleman comprise the juries Geo Hendrickson foreman Robt Biggs J Calhoun R J Howard 8 L Banks R Smith H Flowers J P Conovcr ST Hughes Chas Bailey W Cox AB Feese comprised the grand jury At the time we go to press tho petit Jury had not been selected It is highly commendable to the people of Adair county and also to the county Judge that such an unpreced ented effort is being made to improve our public roads In almost every part of the county the roads are being improved and many of them are re- ceIvIng a good coat of gravel Just out side the town limits the Glasgow road is being changed from mud to stone by the people interested in that road We understand that this work is led by Messrs W L Walker R F Paull and R B Logan The Burksville road is backed up by the efforts of Mr John Conover who Is making one of the best and smoothest pieces of road near Columbia On the Stanford road beyond Russells creek C S Harris is trying to keep up with the spirit of the times by placing a heavy coat of gravel- on the creek hill The people in the Breeding and Sparksville sections are making some excellent road by grading and graveling The creek till on the Greensburg road has been placed in excellent condition by using the lime stone so handy and abundant In a few days work on the road from the town limits to the two bridges on the creek will be pushed and after it has been properly graded will receive a heavy coat of gravel by the people of the town and those who live in that section The ball has started to roll The building of bridges and the making of good roads are having a whole some effect on our county The way to have these blessings Is plain If every farmer would put in 3 or 4 days hauling gravel it would not be long until we would have the most desira roads in the State This could be done without Injury to any one Everyman ought to make some road that will stand the test of our winters Dont watt for your neighbor to pull you out of the mud but pick up and set the example of progress We take a pride in placing oomph ments where they deservedly belong suiting ourjnclinatlon we desire to say a few words in favor of Mr John B Coffey of this place the wellknown dealer in fancy horses mules etc To begin he is a lover of a horse and no man can see the good qualities of an animal quicker He can tell what a horse will bring upon the market at a glance and is more than willing to give fair prices for everything in the way of horse flesh he buys A few weeks before the lamented WB Hud died we asked him knowing that had been a trader all his life who he considered the best judge of horses and mules in the county He quickly answered John B Coffey not only in the county but he is not surpassed in the State so far as my knowledge goes Mr Coffey isa member of the firm of Coffey Bros Robertson who extensive traders and who are doing every thing in their power to make Columbia the liveliest stock market in the State MlSS MAGGIE MURREL DEAD Last Wednesday the 16th inst af ter an illness of eight weeks the subject of this notice was relieved from earthly pain She was the only child of Mr and Mrs Sherrod A Munell Oaneiembraced religion ylng in full hope of meeting her savior She was the Idol of her parents and all the people of the neighborhood where she was rear ed were her friends The funeral ser vices were conducted Thursday fore noon many relatives and friends be ing present The interment was in the Cane Valley cemetery The par cuts who are left childless have the sympathy of the community Mr A S Stapleton and his three sons Miller E G and Jim Ed and Ed Bryant cultivated fourteen acres in tobacco in partnership this season The whole crop was cut and housed last Saturday afternoon and judging from a sample left at this office there is not a better all round crop In Adair county There is a great deal in knowing how to handle tobacco but years of experience has taught these gentlemen all the pointy and in grow ing the weed they begin with the tention of getting argood price for their product and labor This crop will be sold in the bulk if the growers can let their price if not It will be prized and shipped to market Wednesday of last week Mr Chas P Sanders and Miss LucyChandler Campbellsvilie were quietly married at tbe Wlllard hotel Louisville Rev- J B Baseman officiating The groom Is the cashier of the Farmers Deposit Bank CampbellsviUc and Is a very popular gentleman Thtfbrldo daughter a prW 1lObagiler one of Taylor countys most prominent physicians and is well known to quite a etwetier of thIIBOtU I Rev EN Metcalfe who has been the pastor of the Methedlst Church this place for the past year will leave for Marlon Kyin a few days where the annual Conference will be held Mr Metcalfe has made many friends throughout the county duringhis stay and will In all probability be return ed for another year Gov J R Hind man will attend Conference as a dele gate and perhaps other members of his church Messrs T R Stults N M Tutt and CS Harris will likely put in an appearance during the session For SaleA good dwelling with five comfortable rooms onequarter mile from courthouse A good well splen did outbuildings The lot upon which dwelling is situated contains one and- oneha1facres of groundL V HALL Columbia Ky It will be interesting to tbe wives of our farmers to know what a great industry poultry raising is in ther United States and we therefore give them the following The total value of the poultry and eggs we produced in the last census year was 8281178247 The Industry was worth more than all the cattle and hogs we slaughtered is It was worth more than the wheat crop of twentyeight states and territories and the value of our eggs alone was higher than that of the combined gold and silver product of the Unitedp States in any year since 1850 1800 when the precious metal exceeded the eggs by 89418125 LOOK FARMERS And see what your State Chemist i say about fertilizer before you buy Call and see Jeffries Son and they will explain why they can sell you the best fertilizer for the least money Miss Zllpah Dunbar one of Adair countys popular young ladles entertained a large number of young people last Saturday night All the beaux and belles in the neighborhood were present and a fir representation from Columbia It is said to have been a most enjoyable affair Miss Zilpah was assisted in entertaining by sever al young ladies whose pleasant manners made the gathering appear homelike a meeting that will not be soon forgotten Fon BALE One good saddle and harness horse and a fine cow and calf very cheap for cash J T JONES Montpelier Ky- FREACHIRO NEXT SUNDAY W S Dudgeon Freedom a Z T Wllliams Nell W H C Sandidge Temperance JQ Montgomery Liberty J T Barger Freedom E N Metcalfe Miltown- T F Barber Clear Spring G Mayfield Liberty W K AzbUl Columbia J P Scruggs Gradyville W B Cave Pierces Chapel Strayed from my premises one dark brindle steer with white face one year old Information wanted W F NEAT Mary thirteen year old daughter of Mrs Murrell the widow of the late L L Murrell died in this place last Saturday She had been weakly for quite a while and her death was not unexpected The funeral services were conducted by Rev E N Metcalfe and the Interment was in the W B Hurt graveyard The mother and two sisters have the sympathy of the corns munity FOR SALEI have two hogs for sale will weigh about 240 pounds each J R Wade WatSon The TriCounty Y M C A wIllE meet at Greensburg Sunday October 11 1903 This includes the societies of Green Taylor and Adair counties and doubtless there wllLbe a large attendance Mr Ray Conover of this place is the Chairman of the Adair county Association He will attend endeavor to carry a large del egation with him It is a grand work and tbe meeting promises to be es pecially interesting For saleOne broodmare 8 years old two milch cows 6 head or Qther cattle L V Turner MootpellerKy Mr James H Blackford who lives in the eastern portion of this county was married lastFriday night to Mrs Belle Absher the ceremony being per Cormed by Rev E N Metcalfe at the residence of Bev Solomon Turpen this city who is the father of the bride The groom had been married twicebefore and likewise the bride Immediately after the ceremony heI couple left for the home of the groom- WAFmnSome good Southern horses and mules 36 A HUXN Mr R T Baker a prominent citi zen of Amandaville met with a very serious accident last Friday night He was leadng hIs mare towater when the animal became scared at a passing wagon She jerked loose from Mr Baker kicking him just below the right eye anti otherwise hurtle him about the head anti face While Mr considered if you want a Food fertilizer for hleattry the Alblll lions and Potash BoW fcyA W mobinson Mr John V Goode who left Ada county fiftyfour years ago and who nowlyIngzy Wethingtons o n Casey Creek He is now eightyfour years old Since he left Adair county the most of his life has been spent in California For forty years his whereabouts was not known and his friends and relatives supposed that he was dead A well trained bird dog for sale a good one J G McCaffrce Mr Wt F Rowe wellknown here is one of a firm who will apes a wholesale grocery store at BurnsIde Pulaski county The house will be ready to receive orders In a few days and we predict that it will do a big business especially along Cumberland River We certainly hope Mr Rowe anti his associates will be successful in the terprise Farm for rent Good dwelling four good orchardW T SUEAHEU The people of Campbellsvllle are becoming more and more Interested in the proposed railroad from this place They can readily see that if their town missed they will be the losers Prof Azbill says everything Is moving along rapidly as possible and in due course of time we will be riding alongc road in cars It is a big rise and of necessity requires time toI get matters in shape STBATED two red steers one deep red with some black stripes across shoulder The other has some whiten face Information will be reward ed W T Grissom Bliss Ky gjElmerjail disobeyed orders last Tuesday morning and was shot in the leg by the jailer He is nob much hurt GRADYRILLEc G H Nell was at Greensburg Fri day and Saturday Miss Mary Wilmore visited the Misses Todd at Columbia last Satur day and Sunday Mr Franklin the wellknown merJ chant of Knob Lint was IB out midst last Wednesday The work on Mr H 0 Walkers welting is progressing nicely Bev S G Shelley and wife of Co lumbia passed through here last Fri dty enroute for ThompKlnsvllle Rev AL Hell has been conducting series of meetings at Norris Chapel tor tbe past week Mrs J W Sexton has baen very low with pneumonia for the past weekj Chatman Browning of Milltpwn was here one day last week looking for lumber f Mr Robt Caldwell of Portland is now ready with new tools to bore wells Mr Caldwell understands the business and knows exactly what it takes to get plenty of water H A Walker spent several days in Greensburg last week looking for mules Mr W A Hindman is making a great improvement on hIs dwelling by erecting a two story front MrH C Baker and Gov J R Hindman made speeches at Weed last WednesdayMr Young of Cumberland county passed through here last Fri day with a large drove ofsheep The little child of Mr and Mrs Jo Yates who has been very sick is improving Mrs Lola Lovett and daughter of Columbia visited relatives here sever al days of last week Mrs Geo H Nell entertained BQverI lady friends last Friday Dr Will Taylor and family of Greensburg passed through hero last Friday enroute for East Fork where they will spend a few days visiting relatives Geo D Vance sold last week to A W Tarter two mule colts for 8102 John Gowen sold one to W M Wll more for 155 Cager Coomer sold Dr Ben Taylor one for 152 50 LM Wily more bought one mule from Robt Chewning Gieen county for 962 50 otMontpelierDiddle one mule for 935 Loney Price sold Clay Kinnaird one for 65 H A Walker bought la Green county from Mr Wilcox a good yearling mule for 990 On last Friday in our town a trouble came up between L C Hindman and Goo Richards which resulted In Mr Hindman rcceiving two slight wounds from a knife in the hands of Mr Rich ards The trouble came up over a recommendation which Mr Hindman had given as to the character of a workhandW attended the association InlGreen county last wee He reports a good tlma and large attendance CAWBELLSVILLE The Republicans of this county have nominated Mr Loyd Henry Durham for circuit clerk Mr purbam u nice man and it Is too bad that he will have to be defeated this fall Mr W I Header the Democratic Bomlnce will administer lo dose BepreseutatlveoTaylor f cberen by the DeaaoMals of tbi dl jtrlct tomatec1he111IhagaI8 thisfaU Mr Wade Is one of Taylor couutyV andwuljM r O I ent is Mr Noe of this county but he will be nOmore after November be cause Jo will surely wade through and gat him Mr Edgar Brownley of LonlsTllla is visiting friends in this county Miss Bessie Borders left last week to visit her brothers Messrs Bd and Robt Borders of Bessemer Ala8he is on her way to Florida where she has accepted a position Mrs Petty Roach and Hits Kate Watben of Louisville were the guests of Mrs Geo Bnchannan last week Last Wednesday at high noon Mr Cllandherin Louisville ReT J B Bozeman pastor of the Baptist church this city performed the ceremony The wed ding was a quiet qpe only the loti mate friends of the bridal party being presentMr MrsH B Sanders left last Wednesday morning for Louisville where they will purchase a large stock of Fall and Wister millinery The series of meetings which has been in progress at the Baptist Church for two weeks closed Friday night with twentyfive conversions Dr Gill of Louisville assisted in the meeting MrAH Holt jailer of Bussell and Mr Sidney Holt a promi stave dealer of Bussell Springs were the guests of their brother Mr G B Holt last week Miss Olive Walllnglett last Sunday attendtheBREEDING The frosts last Thursday end Friday nights damaged some tobacco in this It alsodamaged late corn The farmers hart hwmaisacedpre paring wheat land A largo acreage will belOwedthilyer Joe Baker travellngialesman called oar merchants one day last week Mrs Hollle Gannon who has been confined to her room for some weeks with consumption Is no better Shelby Boyse sold one horse to IT B Boyse for 160 alto one mull to J C Boyse for 965 Bev G B Breeding sold his creek farm to Thompson Wilson for 91000 We are Informed by our merchants that they are enjoying the largest bus iness they have for years Yes we are all for Betkbam for Governor and everybody the com munity regardless of politics Is fat Bollln Hurt for Circuit Judge Shelby Boyse and Ildrldge BtottSj two promising young men of this coma munity left for Texas last Sunday Last Friday Mr and Mrs 6 B Breeding were summoned to the bedside of their son Sam who Is quite sick at Springfield HI In a few weeks Mrs G W Dillon will open the nicest line of millinery ever brought to this city Mr Bill Gibbons who has been con fined with fever trill soon be out again What has become of our friend the Ozark correspendent Has he gone to Texas Tell hint that when he is tired of foul water ant other things too numerous to mention his friends in old Adair county will extend him the hand of welcome rnnningdailyin a short time our little Tillage will beat any town in Southern Kentucky ESTER The foot washIng at Concord last Sunday wasweU attended Bev Col lins1 sermon Sunday night fairly aroused the congregation Mr and Mrs Bobertt Squires of Goesham are vlslslng the latters brothor J B Breeding this week Mr JWI Burton is receiving a now line of merchandise this week Misses Pearl Neat of Garlan and Pearl Breeding this place visited Misses Vie and Gentle Murrab Mont pelf er last week MrM G NcCaffreeand family this place will remove to Dewltt Ill the first ofOctober We are sorry to lose one of our bast friends and nalgbbors Miss Mary S Sinclair Columbia visited the family of JM Curry last Will Coffey bade his many friends good bye and left for Greenafearg loot Thursday where he will enter badness WAITED Buyer for best country store In Kentucky DUUHUEU McKlnney Ky P E1 0 P L E =O- FtDAIR7 CQVllTV ICan save money by mailing a postal for tho goods h liSted elow ITcfPcrana G7c S amPtRoo t c 070 B stiliilmcnt25cj I5o- Paraobamp h1icEverything at cut rate- sCitYHAUPllAiilBlf C K IhlckJ WHOM lUGS Vbole I t fml+ overBeokIfr Z marlcefc But that isnot he worst Often thousands owa er earM firefotemplQymant and left tofeae Vtarvation Nevi has this been better demonstrated i than iriobnncoiiori with the grunt cotton gamble this year ThV evils are not feli in St Louie but Hare paralyzed business in the ptton manufacturing centers The mills are shut down The ands are idle The forcible condemnation o this inqnitbni Ipeculation v cedIi by Secretary Wilson of ffie Depart ment of Agriculture was well timed iv In ft leading editorial thrWaBh ington Evening Star indioates the farreaching induBfcriarfifreots the corner JThS chief anfferere- are the fprl eta in the cotton j mills NexVto them are the con Burner of cheap cotton goods to whom these goods are a necessity it inalmoBt the same degree as food The cotton producers also suffer those who have made no profits from this corner and Who willj find the market inaatateol collapse when their next crop is harvef ted Losses follow for everr trade ai51e ing dealings with theaa iaterests JBeyonnd thin range of stirjb ancpBa athe Stan ia an even thy m gtteat i m who already are finding Rarepe pl1ntthetheei cotton with their own J ty These l teMtt Sf arecort c Since co A m4u facture is Vitaloihe todhfrys Commerce Meth at home arid abroad Jne glination pwwQt a problem demanding ieirioliiUtten tion No way under the law now exists to reach the gambler in a nations triple Set no nor it atone strangling of ImtineM activ could be dvisedSt Lotus RepublicIPELLYTON Mrs Jess Cbastlne is quite aickg isAsick wlthlew JbGampball and Ante Pelly eloped to Tameasee and were married one day last week Miss LizzU Bubarts of Casey coon ty is viflltlDg relatives w iinjffrlends in this neighborhood Mr Pete Zearbaugb of Portland Ind is visiting his fatheMalaw a this place Messrs Finis Cundlff and W I Feese of Cane Valley were here Qne day last week Mr JohnS Ellis of this place was married to Miss Isabelle Pa ne of Llnnle last Wednesdayrrbegroom- Is a prosperous young farmer of this place while the bride is a hijjbly an compllshed young lady of Casey noun ij rr OJom Bubarts celebrated hs98t birthday last Mondays BRAIN LEAKS I Every sin leaves WScar There are no this falls fashions last years magazinesa The seed of doubt grows luxuriantlyy In the soil of jealousy The man who laughs is to be trusty ed he is also to be feared The man who habitually carries a big stick seldsm lacks the disposition to use it Many a profeSsed Christian has good care that his pocketbook is mil converted flag time is what most people want when they vociferously cheer there ditlon of a classic v Some people ask forgiveness of their sin Just like tbey aak for a second helping of roast beef t Thejmanjwboistoo intent onfjjet ling ahead Ja this world will frnd him gelt behind in the ocxt We wouldnt blame some women f thinking thatheaven is a place where tbere are nqjJlsbefl to wash Asa rule Just when a man gets hoof enough money to enable him to do an immense amount of good he oii desire to do It 11 Some people spend so much time Hiking God for what they want that they have no time to thank Him for giving themwhat they need A man was recently found dead in bed at Paris with a stuffed monkey clasped In his arms The monkey contaiwasletter and 16000 la JMcarlUM The lettec said that the MIL bad alwaya beenafrald bttrfknaf d hidden ti o la the mon for i The Republican press of Kentucky lS IULtSTl lJIIlloJbn pardon record notsa a r pt to theY public but Instead are magnifying it out of all proportions giving exparfe statements with the view of Inflamipg and prejudicing public mind roe poiillc11 capital We have not the htobt doubt that Gov Beetbawl bps printed pardons in some cases ghee be should not bave done so andI the Hews deplores the fact as the pardoning powcc has been much abused by all our Governors A naws paper however which is honest with the peoDl when it stares out to tell the tratbskpuld tell the whole troth nothing but the truth The Louisville Herald is not doing this as wesee it In the Hrsti place its objector making a target of Go 0 Beckbams pimioDsls noji v for thepprpqBejof cor recting thepardon abase which is partially responsible for crime but solely to defeat Governor Beckham for e6lection If tbe resent Governors record in pardosa was so much worse than any of his predecessors in office would belegitlmaw polities capital but flop i3 not the case During his term of odlce he has granted fewer pardonsithai4rieither Governors Buck= nerand Brown ad fewer for man slaughter thin either of them Com palrng his record with Governor Brad the only epbliC n Governor the State ever had the record shows that Beckham has paldonedonly hall as mVnyaa Bradlr nelrhalfas any manslaughter Intact It W Bar Qtjiican papers wanted to torwith the public they should TO7ndegviBeckbam for tbe fact at he baa pardoned fewer criminals nutortbapeaitentlarythan any Governor In a quarter of a century bet tQnlewe D FOLLOIV TICFidevItLyi5 a riSeptember 15thStoINovJ80th low onoway colonists rates to Oaliforqia Washington Ore on Montana British Columbia and intermediate points A Very low round trip rate to Salt Lake and Ogden Sept 12th to 14thl Denver and return October 5th to 8th Sau Francisco aud Los Angeles Out 8 to 17th Detroit October 16 to 19th For information regarding the asktyour local ticket agent or write undersignedF D P WabaslfR R 223 4thAve Louisville Ky DONT DO TSAf Some men spend all their time loafl log around waiting for a sort job wIthI a big salary attachment to them Dont do that summerhman steal from him But the bee knows no better The miser hoards his mow ey through privation and distress for some heir to squander Dont do that 1Therearesome people who want so badly to appear swell that they lock up the trent of the house and live in back room upstairs all summer in or der to have people believe they were at tbe seashore Dont do that We know men so constituted that al1all tbe time thcyardjiot currying their favorite horses they are scolding tbeir thatoBe is not yet ohsuletewe menu the fresn young doctor who tries to make peoplebelfepethathelsbnsybpwhip pmghisborsesoathedeadtuntbrong h the village street There are men in other links of busines s who try the same dodge but they deceive no one l ont do that We never see a young man wbo dinks Us smart to creteud that Is halfseas over without desiring ut walkup to him and say Dont do urthat The biggest bore on earth is the old man who tries to act like a boy when Idthere are a lot of young woman around Dontdothat The olllsh man wastes his morning hours in dreaming about what be in tends lotus durln the atteruu o r O owUh tt It Is possible fiT a man to build such a line house that If can never she like a borne Don ido that There are thugi wliopfnd much time tryiDRU ape thu wkyii of urr men that tbey ucver pavetim- t4i Ui aehieye greatuefa themselvt Dui do that 7 t ast Gfaflordra leading farmer whiBateIc ohlwayhore IB a buggyvi l H t l PRO iERBS OP TO D TEIBelter allow your jjood lose your vood friend Sweet are the uses of adversiiy bitter are the uses of prosperity The rising generation owes much to the lnventerof the alarm clock It vab ty were a deadly discus1 every undertaker would buy fast horsed Tbenthe last iruuipbet sounds woman will ask Gabriel to wait a minuteA field of corn Is one thing a farmer doesnt care to have crowed over The dead march la not necessarily the one that the musician has murder ed The oil of incincerlty is more to be dreaded than the vinegar of vltupera xion A walk may Improve your appetite but a tramp jwlll eat you out of bouse and home The man who cannot be beaten is he who holdshis head up when he has been beaten Everybodys Magazine A popular belief has long ascribed to the Southern man agallantry that makes him ready ever to spare one of the weaker sex a trial by taking it upon liis own shoulders From the time whereof the memory of man ranneth not to the contrary the name of Southerner has been symbolic of a courtesy especially as evinced to- Ward women that shows just a shade anOle gracefully than that displayed by men of the East North or West i This conckptlonofSouthern deference to feminine charms is based upon the lictnrethat nearly every one has trheirfrom memory or from authors who have sought to describe the ufl failing politeness and urbane manner of the gentleman of the old school Truly enough this picfare represents the type of a former day Does it truly deplctwhat might be called the corresponding type of the present the average number of a class wEose opportunities through birth and training have advanced It beyond tha status of the polloi Fearful Odds Against Him Bedridden aloue and destitute Such in brief was the condition of an old soldier by the name of J J Havens ersallles Ohio For years I was troublad with kidney disease and neith er Doctors nor medicines gave him relief At length he tried Electric BIt- ters It put him on his feet in short order and now he testifies I am on the road to complete recovery It Best on earth for Liver and Kidney trouble and aU foems of Stomach and Bowe complaints Only 50c Guaranteed- by druggist OBITUARY On the morning of Aug 18 1003 the angel of death came to the home of D E Sharp and claimed for its victim Kate the beloved wife and mother some time the hearts of anxious ones had watched and waited hoping she might recover but but spite all physical aid and loving hands could do the morning of the 18th dawned for us to learn that the last hope had faded and at 9 oclock she peacefully breathed herlast She was born in Adair county Feb 25tb 1881 and professed her faith In Christ In 1891 More than half of her life was spent for her Master She leaves father mother brothers whoamourn for her but not as those who have no hope May we so live that when the summons comes we can say is well and meet her where parting is no mote What Is Life IQ thevlast analysis nobody knows bubwe dh knowLbat it is under strict law Abuse that law even silently pain results Irregular living mean derangement of the organs resulting In Constipation Headache or Liver trouble Dr Kings New Life Pills quickly readjusts this Its gentle yet thorough Only 25c at all drug stores- e l8unQay there came down on aChes speaks and Ohio train from West Virginia a man who but Jlttlo more than a year ago was a practicing law yednJacJlsD Ky but who on the assassination of hiss friend Cockrell gave up his home and took his family to another State to begin life anew He returns to Kentucky now to give his testimony in behalf of juStice May the result be aa important step In the redemption of a County which 11ho left bCHtise Jusici wan worse than a nickery there Its machinery in the hanrl lit hue wh pe verwdrlttlJ- Lttmlrowo bliclci and liloody ends Cuurfriliirnat 3r lsnt ilItf KMiYr f Vr 1a Iji Irtuarrid1 11Jxuaulrlaa- f weekrlr trLwll Stu tIrklgy t O lmlI1 Ohlu rusiy IIFiYIW 71i p 2 r f k 4 KNEW HIS BUSINESS One of the best known lawyers of the city bad a case In court against a man who kept a cigar store opposite one of the large hotels Tne man bad in some way broken the yaw Do you mean to say ask ihe law terUthatyou made a living out of that store for a pear Yes j ilkd the man gentlemen come foal tVe hotel early in the morn- Ing and ask for fifteen and twenty five ceLt cigars I hand them out five centers and they dont know the dif terence Impossible said the lawyer Oh no it sot said the store keeper calmly 1 have dune it on you seleraltuesfew York Times HOUSEHOLD XOTEy Salt and sots are excellent things for bee stings and spidar bites Boiled starch is much improved by the addition of a little sperm salt or gum arable dissolved Salt will curdle new milk hence In preparing milk potridges gravies etc the salt should not be added until the dish is prepared If you have a fish to keep over night and no ice to put it on wrap it in a cloth made very wet with vinegar Beefsteak may be kept in the same way PATTERSON HOTELu JHJHSeSTOWN KV ffNo better place can be found than at the above named hotels new elegantly furnished and the table at all ttimes supplied with tho best the market affords Food Stable in connectionJ Jl1PJIjJj1 m 1J1a VImINos 524 526 and 528 W Market Street E VJr5VEI Et E T1OJCH THE PROGRESSIVE STORE 1 Four Floors 49 by 128 feet filled with Carpets Rugs Wall Paper Pictures Etc It pays to visit this store if you want to buy cheap and good S eS MSBA- ND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell them loan furnish you anything in Saddlery Buggies and Farm Machine ry Call and see me JTW JACKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY E L HUGHES 60 SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY Hats saps and Qloyes WHOLESALE ONLY Send for our Fall Catalogue now ready The merchants LOUISNIECEBROS LOUIVISLLE f KY ABSOLUTELY FR- EEIOOOOTo be distributed among subscribers to the Cincinnati Daily Enquirer in November 1903 On Tuesday the 3d day of November 1903 there will be a state election at which a Governor of Ohio will be voted for To stimulate interest in this election the Cincinnati Daily Enquirer has set aside 10000 This will be distributed according to the schedule annexed among the subscribers on and after this date until the close of the contest who estimate nearest the vote which will be cast for the office of Governor of Ohio The num her of the total votes cast for the office of Governor will be determined as final and conclusive by the official certificate of the Secretary of State THE PRIZES TO BE DISTRIBUTED ARE AS FOLLOWS To the one making the nearest correct estimate of the exact total of tho voto for the office of Governor of Ohio 500000 To tho Second Nearest u To the Third N To the Fourth Nearestt oi 60OOO To the Fifth Nearest cr 26OOO To the Sixth Nearesto rar 20000 To the Seventh Nearest STo the Eighth Nearebt J To the Ninth Nearest K 10000 To the Tenth Nearest r u 76OO 6000ToTo the Thirteenth Nearoet 15OO To the Fourteenth Nearest 1000 in all fourteen premiums amounting 1000000- If them Is ale In the eetlmato of twofor more persons for anypli the prizes tl1eamoun be equally dtvld8 t THE VOTE OF OTHER YEARS 2r71 196 18D1706n31 1e97549AaJL8M 1808823055 1see 1887 744150 lea58a74c0 Z51 1 = 11H91116ISH onentitlee to one estimate aad full particulars seeDaily or Weekly Enquirer Alidre66it1 estimates and communications to TWWQUWW PROPTTSHARlNa BUREAU P 0 lOX IK CWONrUII 4 CODILLE PTIlJI JIt nIf Nl l U th Va u r Mirrr nnJ ir FURNITURE I OFF UK ninl tti A R HO MIS 527 W Main Sr LOUISVILLE KY W P BRANDENBURG 4 JEVTELEPt 636 W MARKET Above 7th JLOUISVILJR KENTUCKY Full line of Watches Diamonds Jewelry Ppciades aid Clod F rs class Watch and Jewelry repairing at n aioprlres Newly Furnished American Plan 5100 Per Bay NIG Boslor9ss4 MEALS 25c NIG BOSLER ManaflGF Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited S E1 Corner Second and Jefferson Streets Louisville s Kentockfl DBHLBR BROTHERS HO East Market Street LOUiSVILLE KErTucrCy Carry All Heights In STOCK SEND FOR PRICES i lII QQQ seQJQ aeeaaee Qe4i FIFTH F1S NUF HOTEL i EEE o3 3iG BET STREETS 0 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J33 v4EEe Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass OO Hotel at Prico Convenient to Wholesale and Retail QDistrictsPike Campbell Geo Schenck Asst M Q rQ Rich G Tafel JEWELER 122 Market BEST LINE WATCHES CLOCKS IN Steerling Silver and Plated all the Nowest Designs buy your engagement and wedding Guaranteed repairing a specialty Highest prices for pearls DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR PITTSBURGH PERFECT FENCES ALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES FOR FIELD FARM AND HOG FENCING ONLY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FENCE EVERY GUARANTEED PERFECT The DURABLE Fence None STRONG All large wires Highest EFFICIENCY LOWEST COST aaj 261N 2QtoMoisture 41 and a Rust W Street Louisville Kentucky OF 1 AND TH City Ware in Come rings paid TIE ROD so cause TrsnUBGU lKIUECl Special Style WsilMtily STOCK PROOF Wf can SAVE YOU MONEY on Fencing CALL AND SEE IT GEORGE DBHLBRr JR r 404 406 408 41o E Market St LOUISVILLE KY s BQSLERf I m EMmLShoe Store Supplies Shoemaker Supplies Leather and Findings HCaraaess and Lace Leather Send for Catalogue 521 F Market Street Louisville Kentaci r 3 f T