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THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLU- MEi 6 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 28 1903 NUMBER 50 POST OFHCE DIRECTORY JM RUSSELL POSTMASTER- II T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER Ofllcf hours week days a m to gO pm COURT DIRECTORY Ci Coull1Three session a year Third In ary third Monday In May and Tiird Mondayto September UircuUJuaBe W WJones Commonwealth s AttornuyN R W Aaron SieriirF W MlHr Circuit Clerk JB CoOoy CouRTFirat Monday In each mont JndjcoT AMurrell County Attorney Jin 0atnettJr- OlerkTR 3talH JailcrJ K P Coaovor Assessor E W Huron Sarveyor R T McCuSree IITT ReRnlarcourt second Monday In each month Judge T Davidson Attorney Gordon MontRomry J Mar ha1OT Ptowe- mCIIURCII DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BcnKSVILLBSTaMT ReT edrtoSabbath prier meeting every nth MBTHODI8T MetcalfepastorSundayschool every Sabbath aHajn meeting Thursday night jBAPTISTRev JP Scruggs pastor First and third Sunday Ineach month Saadayschool every Sabbath 9am Prayer meting Tuesday night IOHRIBTIANsstpaaLL vILLa Pzu Bid W K Aiblll Pastor Services Second and Fourth Sundays In each month Sundayschool every Sab bath at 9JOam Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES LOLIIYBILLODOENo9e Fand AM lar meeting In their hall over bank on FdI day night on or before the full moon In each month WACoffeyWM W D Jones Secretary B A M No7 meeta Friday night alter fuD H P W W Secretary YETINERY SURGEON Fistulo Pol1 evil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I am fixed to take care of stock S D ORENSHAW X mile from Columbia on Disappointment S C NEATWIT- HOTTER cg CO WHOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION st MERCHANTS Louisville Kentucky C S GRADY DENTIST 0SPECIAL attention given to Gold Filling Crown and Bridge work OFFICE over Russell MurrelFs Store Columbia H- yoaJoooD3ooozDoDoocx Scientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Blank Smiting h of any kind from horse shoe ng to the repairing of the finest f vehicles I will make a sPeoial t of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of live ask Barbee Robertson Give me your work J W COFFEY Wilmare Hotel W M WILMOBE Prop Kentuclw Y lIP Is no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hoteL firstc1Iass very ed stable attached zk Fifth Offense Housebreaking js charged against fourteenyear bohy Ray Dupin Pleads Not Guilty and Case Will be Tried December a HAS BEEN TO HOUSE OF REFUGE Louisville Ky Oot19Ray Dupin a guileless looking fourteenyearold boy was bronght into the Criminal Court this morning and arraigned upon the charge of housebreaking The officers of the court were astonished at the extreme youth of the accused and Judge Carutb said that if a plea of guilty could be arranged he would have the child committed to an orphan asylum with which it appears the boys friends had made some arrangement Capt James Hendricks explained to the court that this was Dupins fifth offense of housebreaking and that if he was sent to an orphan asylum he would surely contaminate all the other in mates Young Dupin made no denial but merely listened with Interest to the consideration of his case He has al ready been to the House of Befuge more than once according to Captt Hendricks but nothing seems to have had a good influence over him Judge Caruth was averse to a formal trial of the boy for the charge against blmtbut the youngster pleaded not guUtyI and nothing remained to do but assIgn a date for his trial which was hoed as December 2 CHILD LABOR Every now and then the south is treated by northern newspapers to a ripping criticism of Its toleration of child labor In cotton mills and other factory industries The cause of these criticisms has been largely removed by the antichild labor laws enacted In the Carolinas and Alabama But still the meddlesome raspings and roastlngs go on But this much we can say in reply to the sanctified criticsthat whatever laws we do enact in the south to pre vent unwholesome child labor will be enforced That is more for instance than can be said of the like laws i New Jersey if the comments upon them by the usually accurate Philadel phla Press are to be accepted That newspaper charges that th legislature of New Jersey has left the authorities without the necessar funds to secure any sort of decent en foicement of the antichild labor statutes and that these are violated almost wholesale by the perjury of parents certifying falsely to the ages of their children whom they wish to sacrifice to the mill molochs The grand juries of the state refuse point blank to Indict parents for this crimi nal offense and hence the law is a practical dead letter Under x these circumstances we should think our northern friends would appreciate that modesty forbids them from shutting their eyes to this lawlessness in New Jersey even though their altruistic officiousness imple them to lambaste any southern state frr not having any law on the subjectzen If we believed that to enact one in this state would lead to such contempt for It as is practiced in New Jersey we apconspiracy ana anarchyAtlanta Constitution rprSEEDING WHEAT From the Ohio Farmer or all the crops wheat is most carelessly put in and the most is trusted to luck with the advent of Improved machinery the carelessness seems to increase This last season has fur nished a striking illustration of this Last Fall was an exceedingly wet one and seeding was deferred later than usual on that account As a result much ui the wheat was sown Iu such haste that little or no preparation was wade It has been our practice to glue the soil ts thorough culture as we would for any other crop The old practice Is ffollowed by bteny of se i J j Ing the whrat in rough cloddy soil on the theory that the action of thb win ter frosts will pulverzelt enough The sooner the ground Is plowed for wheat afar hrvisi the better for early plowing permits the soil m a come fine compact and thoroughly pulverized Thus too rapid evaporation is checked and soil moisture is conserved insuring a good start Rough cloddy ground cannot do this but It the weather i dry as it is in many Instances the young plants buf fer for want of moisture justat a time they need it most The same necessity fcr culture Ists where wheat is sown on corn ground although many sow on corn stubble without any preparat on at all This practice has become much more general since the introduction of the disk drill Those who use itclaim tbat the disk cuts a furrow for the wheat with a solid side that protects the young plants in winter and forms amore compact bed for the seed whenJ the soil is cultivated This sort of talk will do for agents but not torIx so quickly relieves tired eyes as bathing them in hot water Two or three drops of glycerine glv en to a baby suffering from stomach ache will ease the pain it wind is the cause Saturate a piece of pumice stone with perfume and put it in drawers orI boxes It yon wish a delicate odor of your favorite perfumeIIt Is said test whitewash spots can be removed Instantly by washing with strong vinegar Never allow yourself to eat when exhausted physically or mentally Sip either hot water or hot milk until re freshed A few drops of glycerine taken intot the mouth and swallowed slowly willb often soothe an irritable cough by moistening tne dryness of the throat To relieve heartburn or thelIall gone feeling of the dyspeptic lay a cloth wrung out of hot water on the stomach covering It closely with afdry flannel repeating as the cloth cools When worn out with a days outing sponge the face and neck with water as hot as can be borne sponge the temples throat behind the ears and the back of the neck and if possible take a nap of ten or more minutese STATE NEWS Prosecuting Attorney Jesse M Gil bert died suddenly at Paducah J T Haskell a well known drum mar died suddenly of apoplexy in weI rotunda of the Palmer House at Padu cahfnThere was a killing frost In Warren county HenryS Waltz was killed by a train TeRobert Anderson of Lewiaburg Lo theylead inflicted by some unknown per sonA little child of Charles M Edwards Jr choked to death at Hopklnsvllle as the result ofa fishbone lodging in Its throat The case against Conrad Hafendor for charged with the murder of Collis Sloan went over until December 17 Albert Button the wellknown gro cer Louisville died suddenly on the street at Preston and Market streets Apoplexy was the cause The new Masonic Temple at Loui- uley was dedicated the 20th with Im posing ceremonies Capt W E Bell a prominent till of Lawrenceburg a Confederate veteran and Revenue official died 1a8 week Thos Metcalfe one of the wealthiest farmers of Boyle county has sold his entire possPsslons and and will join Alexander Dowles hosts at Ztoa Cit All five wills of Gen Cash Clay de ceased were rejected by the County Judge of Madison county for probate on the ground tbat their maker had not been in fit condition fur the past two years to make a will Col Belknap certainly has a very poor opinion of the gband old Com tnqnwealth In a recent speech he saidIIwlth us sow lies the responsi bility of making this State a fit place foroutsoassnd daughtirs to live When Cot Belknap voted for the negro Asbury tar a State once in op position to a gallant and oortJltCon federate soldier aaglle mqyed by jiVe dehjpe improve Kentucky as a pVicti d6trp idence i 44ct r smashup in ViruilliaPas- sengerTrain and Mix ed Freight Collide on the Southernth FOUR PERSONS ARE KILLED Washington Oct 19A telegram was received at the headquarters of the Southern railway in this city today stating that passenger train and a mixed train collided at Zeysvllle Va at 615 oclock this morning Conductor Atwell Flagman Dillon and Fireman Daniel Pinchan were killed as was also one railway l1allI clerk One colored passenger suffered broken arm and was badly cut about the face C D Farmer engineer of the passenger train had his ankle broken and was badly bruised Fireman Jackson of the same train was verely cut about the head Baggage master Tyler of the mixed train bad a shoulder dislocated Engineer J DITyler who was a passenger on the mixed train was severely bruisedI The telegram stated that physicians been sent to the scene of the wreck BIRTHDAYS IN JAPAN With the exception of the emperor there are Individual birthdays in delightfully Interesting Japan The people however make up this neglect by having a sort of general birthday of in common which is cele with great rejoicing There are two of these general holidays one for each sex The mile birthday which is known as the celebration of the boys occurs on the third day of the third month and the fifth day of the fifth month These days are generally put aside and boys and girls respectively receive presents according to their station The birthday of the emperor or Teno as he is more properly styled is also a general holiday for the Japanese everywhere The houses are all decorated with flags and in the evening the streets are gay with the lights of innumerable colored lanterns In the morning the highest authorities go to the palace and offer their congratulations In person and the lower degvees offer them vicariously to their superiors All the Japanese s would somehow or other congratulate their monarch on having added another year to his age- EMPTING KATE BY MARRYING I see said the amateur philtiso pher that Senator Platt is going to marry a lady who has twice been a widow Mr Platt is tempting fate The lady is almost sure to be a widow again You will say this is an easy prediction to make because the Sena tor is nearly twice as old as tha bride tobe But I would say that his chance to survive her was very poor even If he were as young as she is I have made a study of this question and I finthat in about nineteen cases out of twenty a man who marries a widow leaves her a widow againthat is If he was not a sumre the other way too When a widower marries a woman who has not been married before he is almost sure to become a widower again Mr platt is onte bereaved therefore her chance is twice as good as his I dont attempt to account for this But if you will watch you will find that the law which sawye end almost Invariably FAITH OF TIlE SITTING HEN Perhaps in a way there is nothing more heroic than a female fowl trying to batch something from nothing The old gray goose will sit for months on a stone after being robbed of b eggs vainly hoping to educe a bevy goslings from the impassive material And the ben is equally persistent and plucky She will hover for weeks arid weeks over a discarded knob looking gladly forward to tbo day she will bring forth therefrom a fluffy tamil Jf men bad the toile tf an ardlre mongrel hen ibry could do miracles Jp tiirfetJanjQArtyrevtr showed ili r more peristence and blind faith than Old Sppp when the fever of spring lets to Jordvl to her blood and the maternal lurtincl takes a firm hold of her cntlrr tiejng Docs any other creature xtiiiil such blind faith and tru t and hope under discouraging circumstances I n ancent times mighty things were performed by faith and belief hut there not in the wboe world ancient or modern a sublime example of this quality an that given by the sitting hen The hired manvicious and ugly after a night at dancingmay hurl her from the feed b of one of the horses the boss may damn the setting hens anyway but she will creep back after a little of blustering and jawing and shaking out her feathers nestle down among the corn cobs hoplngtdoubtless sibensthe dlAlne faith of the brlfidle setting hen we would go forth healing the sick and halt and giving the blind back their sight 7 VOTERS AT With the election less than one week off the Democrats are more confident of victory than ever before in the history Rf the party The organization is superb and not section of the Stag and county or a preoinot has been overlooked and reports from everywhere indicate an increase ip the Democrat ic yote A glimpse at the State Campaign Headquaters in Louis ville makes it apparent at once the amount of work that is being done there oNarlyforty stenographers are working night and day and a force of men is kept engag ed constantly in sending out cam paign literature and seeing to the mailing of thousands of letters evI ery day Various committees are also at work at headquaters Some have to dowith organization oth ers with the assignment of sPeak- ers and others with the answering of mail In fact the Democrats campaigncal contest in the State Muoh o the 6redit of the splendid organization which has been made is due to the boys in the trenches and themen who make up the organization in the county precincts In this campaign they have been faIthful and active and should not cease in their work until the polls close on election day Much credit is also given to th State Press which has done mns more work for the Democratic par ty in this campaign than ever be tore The Demooratio papers have used their colums to secure success and the grad which they have ac complished can not be measured or estimated Every Democrat in the state who has aided in the slightest in the work of organization should feel that some of the credit is due him and that he has contributed in large measure towards the success of his party The Democrats have met and answered all the arguments of the Republicans while the Republicans have been unable to answer the charges which have been made against them When the voice of the entire people has been heard the mem bers of the Committee are confident that it will give a majori for Beokham and the entire Sta ticket of not less than 25000 HOWARD POWERS AND JETT Jim Howard Caleb Powers and Cutis Jett occupy the same ward in the jail at Louisville An amusing incident occured when they were put in their new quarters Jailer Pflauz was in the room explaining to Powers what arrangements were being made Cu Jett was an interested listener When howard was brought in he joined the group Jett looked up Howard for a moment and said Is this Jim Howard erI beg your pardon I thong uIsaid Deputy Bayman No said Howard shaking hands 1 never met Mr Jett though he was pointed out to pie once in Floyd county I fchiuk IYwish Id serer be rpout of Floydconuty laughed Jett Ive got iu bljn Bevya other places leeNlu in i l S r 25000 Reward For E L Wentz a Missing Millionaire TRAMP ARRESTED ON SUSPICION Special to The Times MIddlesboro Ky Oct 19D B Wentz of Big Stone Gap Vat brother of E L Wentz the Virginia million re who mistenously dlsappearedlQc 14 has offered 25000 reward for his brother alive A tramp was arrested at Stonega he cause be said he would produce Wentz for 820011 A crowd gathered to lynch him and ne was hustlea to jail at Wise VaIThe general opinion of Wentzs fllends In this section is that he was murdered The search for him con tinues GLENSFORK E A Strange was in Louisville last week Thomas Upton has rented the Methodist parsonage which his family w i 11 occupy for a few monthsL Blair is having his drugstore repainted which greatly im proves the looks There were several of our young people made a trip to the Griffin Springs last Sunday and all report a delightful time Mrs Tandy Thomas of Jeffer sonville Ind is visiting relatives in this vicinity Mrs Samantha Wesley bought a farm of Grant Callison on the head waters of Cabin Fork in Bus willfdays ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Central Ky Asylum Plffs NoticeMichael I will on Monday Nov 2 1003 at the courthouse door in Columbia Ky sell on a credit of six months three tracts of land which are described in the Judgment rendered in this action abovehGarnett Garnett Master Comr Attorneys ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Lucy Burton c Puffs NoticeWilliamI will on Monday November 2 1003 at the court house door in Columbia Ky sell at public auction on a credit of six months six tracts of land which are described in the Judgment render ed in this action at the Sept term 1903 Hurta r Attorneys ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Geo W Petree Pit vs Notice Della Hardens Admr Deft I will on Monday November 2 1903 sell at public auction at the court house door in Columbia Ky an un divided oneseventh interest in a trac of 150 acres of land For more parti ular description of same reference i made tothe Judgment rendered in this action at the September term 1903 HurttoADMIt Cmcrur COURT Geo A Atkins c Plffs vs Notice W Lisle Atkins c Defts I will on Monday November 2 1903 at the court house door in Columbia Ky sell at public auction on a credit of six months an undivided one aitn interest in 142 acres of land For a more particular description reference is made to the Judgment rendered in tertm Garnett Garnett Master Comr Attorneys ADAIII CIRCUIT Counx Ir14f Tuft PUff vs Deftht Notice JMT Page Pit vsEbelec Deft I will on Monday November 2 1003 at the court house door in Columbia Xysell at public auction on a creel of six months 82 acres of lend whl c renderI11903 of this court L B Hurt Rollin llurh Master Corn r Attbroey h BOBBITT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBBITT SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0Newly and neatly furnished cleats beds Special accommodations reasonableTradespectfully solicited m KDSTONE I have an Excellent MAD STONE which has been tried In about one hundred cases snakebitescan cite VU to many of the fcse Wri te orlcall en me j CAMP KNOX Kr J A TJIiWO R TH + GM WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd Opodte Mule Hatt LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BIG FOUR ROUTE 1 Summer Tourist Line iMOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST AND SHORE NEW YORK AND BOSTON The Travelers Favorite Line Chicago Pullman Sleeping Cars Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and all points in Indiana and Michigan Unequaled Dining Car Service Modern Equipment Fast Sched ules Write for Summer Tourist book WARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE Genl Pass Ticket Agt Asst P T A CINCINNATI OHIO SJ GATES General Agent Louisville 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 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 eheap as 3250 an acre prairie land at Si and 85 per acre up bottom land aU5 and e6 per acre up improved or pertacressfor a good organizer Fruit and trnck lands In the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 810 to 820 per acre 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 you no more than the rent vou pay every year E w LABEAUM G P T A Cotton Belt Route St LouisMo COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease olean J Washed Wool X15 J Beeswax rL 22 Feathers Jk 44 Hides Green 5 Hides Dry 9 Gingeng 4OC 48Jj15 Dried Apples 2J etibmrttedfor i tf 4 f t 4r J l l l l1PLulk L Ir Ii r BY TEJL dai UIlty I QWS g ttt SO stt osiATrnC- f11AS l J nsK dlto DtincCiiiic vtviJMi otintoHtlM eats of the citj of Columbia awl the vooplt o Adair and adjacent oounUen Entered a tie Oolnmbl 1Oitomctuusacond i vise man ntattcrx WEDOCT281903iiOCRAiIO T J u lfuvernor r Jc W BJJCJv3AM JF6r Lieutenant Governor i W p THORNE Ifor Auditor of State S WHAGER 7 For Treasurer EM BOSWORTB For Attorney General j NBHAYS i StatedH V McOHESNEY Fie Sapt of Public Iqstruotion L H FUQUA1 For Comnaisaioner Agriculture jaUBERT VREELAND For Clerk of Qonrt of Appeals MORGAN OHINN FOR RAILROAD OMMISSIONE- HHOtf 0 OtcCHORI Let every DAmoorat in the coal ty be at the polls next Tuesday This weak Governor Beckham Will speak at forty different places Hon Rollin Hurt spoke to a large audience al Edmonton JaA t Monday Belkuap and business button Will be tossed in the back yard Lifter next Tuesday lthft lie m decided that D C Edwards in the Republican nomi bee for Congress in this district When von get in your booth npx Tuesday put your cross nndnr th rooster and let hprgo GallHguh1 No further trouble is expected at Pittsburg on account of tb blosing of the large bank Other institutions in the city t ere not effected It is said and believed bymany Republicans that Dr Hunter ha Caused to be lost to the Republican State ticket from three to fiv thousand votes The ministers of Evansville Ind have been preaching about the lawlessness of the city and i consequence many of them van theyknow OEdwardsdistrict Deputy Collector Gco Nell will be in the saddle right He will evidsntly control tfas patronage in this plrtof Nortb Americas Hon Liwroace Rsauseau ofIGlasgow was et the Marcum Ho tbl this city lat Friday night In speaking of tho political situa tion he said If Belknap wag running for apples ho couldno tget in the orchard The illd- oItrrIiJpnintto a Iem ocr Mayor rNw York City The Democracy is alive and 00 Stealay the ConrirJournarcorl- espoudont Biys he cannot fieo how McClellan and the Taaimany ticket can be defeated Dr W F Hammonds of Dunn ville is the Democratic candidate for the Legislature from Casey and Russell counties Dr Ham monds is a man of experience well informed and would make ti district an ideal represetative elected Ho is personally popular and we predict that he will mako a strong race The Republicans of the Eleventh district will not have the r pleasure or voting for Dr Hunter for Congress to succeed the Jate Vincent B0reins rThftcourts have deoidedthat the name of Mr DO Edwards of London goes Bunder the Ixiff ablnt IV lu fita 5fletaforwool 1 tftlYllp elieVA that the rJsNr io tux f ta1lai tV ahJll lli ii threft8 Itr s the le of this section ir they belipvo in the stealing of 6mi offices to vote for Beckham wildHurt K they indorse Polio cal persecution and the hanging alab f C Pdwora then vote for Beck Itamuiud Hurt It also stated if you believe inhonest oltctjona if you ara opposed to political thievery jtyou are opposed to sending mnccont men to the scaffold bee cause they are not Goebellfces then for Gods sake vote for men who believe in honesty in every thing Mil vote for Belknap and Baker Strange indeed that Mr Belkna and Mr Baker imbodies all that i good and Mr B ckbam and Mr Hurt all that is bad strange it i that the Democratic candidates want to hang innocent men an the Republican ticket wants t release them It is also strange that any man should be defendin an assassin thrice convicted whe he is recieving no pay for his ser vices Strange that Mr Beckea is a dangerous man when his administration brought peace out of war prosperity and abundance out of the mire of extraviganoe and penury that the ballana- stands to the credit of the State her institutions of every character in better shape than at any time in the history of the state he school fund increased j her debt- paid Again Mr Beckham reoiev ed his nomination by a primary election Mr Belknap his by the wiley methods of a ventiont h e Federal grinding him out Mr Beckha is familiar with the business of the State Mr Belknap knows th hardware business Mr Belkna has made an immense fortune b manipulating the products of la e boraIt is for the people of Ken tucky to determine which of th two that should be Governor o this State and we have not a fee nor a doubt as to the result Now we desire to say that Mr Hurt is not a thief that he is not a man who believes in persecution j the be does not want the innocent pun- Ished nor tho pure placed on the- o old He come by his nomi nation by a nnanimus demand from his party and hundreds of Republicans He made no effort to secure it but it was thrust upon him How was it with Mr Baker the man so pure and spotless The people of this county and in fact the entire district know that he u sed all the means powser It was not a question of purity of the ballot it was a mathe y MPr aysohool haea to abstainsicing generation rom drink wek purepur er has been 00 high in the moral scale to join the jobbing political methods in the skirmish for office we know that he was a Bourbon democrat t of rankest order that he was an trade We futh er understand that a change o front took place We have heard that much money was spent to de feat Mr Miller Ma opponent for the nomination The voters o nearly every pracunot have son knowledge of this and yet the Spectator declares that he is th who stands for all that 19 pnr and wholesome while Mr GooLrOe mislead by such an organ I1V1RNlNG comtmitteeg 10 Kontuoky Democrat This committee desires to warn youagaiust the methods that are bring employed by the Republi cans They are secretly organizing every precinct in the State with the view of trooping demo crass away from the polls on elec tion day 1 hope you have select ed your precinct workers Have theta see oui friends and nt upon them the importance of pollsif republicans to hire beg or persuade at least five of our people in each preoiu of to stay at home or beabaent the day of the elpotionWemg1je- verydem orat to see that this is not accomplished In his precinct It is now only six days until the oyemberielechon and h behoQ ea all democrats taslaepwith e jQrpenantnafter Tuesday No vember 8rd Armed with an ini f ragni corruption fund IUd bap k d organizalinothe sighs bf their na for puprem acy in the stalsA l Whether they succeed or Wolin their effort lies largely with the democrats them selves Work Organize The Adair County News finds fault with the manner ot conduct ing our County Convention Jast weekTO will say for the benefit of the News that whenever the re publicans of Adair county desire to tyIthat fact Columbia Spectator anIreferencesour made in regard TIasstheirdofoour as a newspaper to advocate just and equitable treat Renor Democrat We have t9mwas in our last issue touching the convention held in bigIgivenIthisIcounty not have been any partyHe couldrgoodsin as did Boreing Considering the size of the coun dty Gov Beckham and Congress man Ollie James were given one of Smithlandmes heardeand fromppersons on horseback and in carriages and es braese atfhadrstreets of the town tWe find on Mr Bakers card which he used iu the primary that he said The question is who is best qualified to be Circuit Judge This is still the question and the voters should decide the reap between Baker and Hurt atj0i this question CANE V ALLEY Mr G1J Mcgivesister4y Mrs Alice Hendrickson is visiting her daughter Mrs T cB Hood in in Purcell I T Mr Elbrige Page is prospecting in the West S A Morrell returned home from Louisville last Saturday night where he has been attending federal court Mrs Ed Hancock is confined to her bed with throat trouble Mrs JI Stansbury of Lebanon Junction is visiting her mother Mrs A H Judd Thieves br6ke onS G Banks Sons sang patch last Friday night and dug about oneeighth of an acre of the Everyfand will lend a helping hand to run the thieves down WNfHatcherarecently a son visitede ateatdEverybody invited Miss Callie Garrison of Adair and Mr John Rite of Green county were married last Thursday Bro Nichols officiated Miss Hitni and Edith Squires visited Miss Montra Thomas last week Last Wednesday Miss MaryxiIatcb celebrated her 17th birthday A Jar1 crowd was present and a nice dinner prepared ROLLINGBVRG Vernon Coffey left here for Indiana last week Miss Birdie Paxton is assisting R J Wilcoxlh his new store at Greensburg homesE E Coffey sold a tat helter to A poundisB S Wilson is fattening thirty nice mules for the Sontliern market onMrs Melvin Coffey is very low with consumption LB McGinn children nave been veysick with chicken por LOOKF1RhiEtt CliemtsLtCall and iuw JlfIrleJl Son and they will explain why they can sell you the best tertilzcr for the lwuit money t pbLtlMBIA MABKETj T Xfr BEPOBTEDBT SAM LEWIS 18WashedBeeswax 22 Feathers j 44 HldGreen 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeng H 4OC Spring Chickens H 8 Old liens 7 Eggs t 15 Dried Apples 2 This report will he submitted for revision W9ekly LIVE SPOOK R LiveStockYards CAB 5Llght8hlpplngBest 3 75l 16 t6Commonnut s Choice and butch ers 200 to 300 Ibs o 2J Fair to good 160 to 200fl s 620 Good to extra light 120 to 160 6 20 SHEEP AND LAMBS good to extra shipping Sheep 2 SOS3 Fair to good t 2 002 50 to Cl I BARNES5 e RD d SADD1E5 HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell them I can you anything in Saddlery Buggies and Farm Machinery Call and see me J WJAOEMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY i PLHSTERINC CAMPBELLS RELIABLE CEMENT PLASTER is a Material that is ready for use by adding Sandand not affected by freezing weather RATS MICE Cannot Gnaw Through Just the thing for repairing old plastering Manufactured by Kentucky Wall Plaster 1itcCo and Both Phones 2277 Louisville Ky FRflNK McDONOGH Manager medium Kentucky Stove Tinware Co DEALERS IN Stoves Ranges Wood and Iron Mantels u ctta Ftissiscaa ard Kettles Tinware GranIteware and Stove Fittings 705 W Mqln St Louisville Kentucky Telephone 5691 =THE NEYITT HOTELBOILERS RATES 3300 = Ar 523 WEST MARKET STREET Fifth and Sixth R H NEVITT Prop LOUISVILLE KY 001 SOHVIETERST I Tailors 128 W Market St Opposite Music Hall LOUISVILLE K DR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky MARKET butchers packing packing Common HAND MADE furnish and Brook River Between oFFICE JEFFRIES BLD GiRoorl6 it t r r OTEO P1TYyExaminati 00rtsultation on Free at Office All Diseases Treated 1 e00000000 e W Q MURRELL J E TBIP- LI 4 MURRELL TRIPLET 0 Funeral S liiectors and Embalming tl Plieabovenamed firm have ast received a nlceun 1innd Caskets i add are ready to serve families who may need anytlluu ln- 1 their lies Thep also keep Cons of their own maize anti w1L sell every thing In their line at the lowest pries A hears viil be QJ 2v tarnished X WCallandsee thmo ve rJackmana Harness uldSaddlery nop IColumbia r Kentuckyvf t f + a lfr t NEW LIVERY FIRM ASSIE CHEWNINQC- OLUMB1AKY o We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm f s Staples Robertson Coti Wo propose to accommodate the public with firstclass rigs Jturaislung safe drivers It will be our aim to please our patrons end your trade is solicited What Di I11seither EMPIRE or SUPERIORnone bettor Tho best Fertilizer on the market for the money Hardware Farm Implements Farm Wagons Buggies andHarnes Saddles Bridles and Leather strop work Field Seeds a Specialty Come see us andprice our goods Wm F JEFFRIES SON BUG KENSDERFER PRICES Niagara No 107 Electric WEIC1iT Niaara 51bl No S- lbsNo771bsElectric lbs ToiifOH it in to prefer it Over 80000 now in nse Si0 Call ur send for Catalogue 9AfKr 8 ynurx hard nsago and improvements the Blickensderfer Type writer is oneewkd to be one of the best most efficient and most durable staridurd nwobintM nn the market regardless of price It can be kept in per fect workinc cooditien for as long a time as any other machine built at one tenth tbe cost Moor Br0sf 1307 F SirC Jt1 Washington DtC GENERAL AGENTS for Maryland District of Columbia Virginia West VlrnfiB Dleware and Kentucky YOxdiN L t t JA3 C LEWIS UO3dSO9Lewis 9 Bro r ABB NOW RECEIVING Four carloads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tougueand Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwOHorse Corn Planter FERrrILZER= Tea car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil j izCTrt prices that will surprise you Write us for prices t and information Mention Adair County News wheI you t jrrito fJJB1LEW1S BRO Kentuckyc0 ii ARCDM HOTEL it COLUMBIA KY O IS A l3ItIGIi3UILDING OF MODERN Agh uatecturt con mining 35 new neat and well Yen convenientlytj0lac i cdftjiH fs tho best hotel in Southern Kentucky epnifltodlitjioiis equal to the best city hotels Three tootfalli lC JJtals for commlrcial men r i2 MthTMAROUMP ropr 4 00 4 00 00000 4 Special Sale ReadyMade Skirts and Cloaks I WL WALKER COLUMBIA KY I LoPERSONAL G B Miller is here this weekpo TompklnsvUJelast Eld Z T Williams was in Columbia last Monday Deputy Collector George Nell i spending a few days at home leawillMr Eugene Rice of Campbellsville was in Columbia last Monday Mrs J M Campbell of Pellyton is visiting relatives in Little Rock Ark Mr C S Harris and hIs son John A eleweekEld Marlon Harmon of Dallas Tex is visiting friends and relatives In this county Eld W K Azblll made a business trip to Barbourvllle Knox county this week Mr M H Marcum is some better and hIs friends hope to see him but in a few days Dr Anderson Rowe and wife of Glasgow visited relatives in thlscoun ty last week Mr Jas Sandusky of Casey county was in Columbia Saturday enronte fo White visited relatives and friends in Campbellsville and Lebanon last week Mr Ezra Moore and sister of Bus sell county visited the family of Mr J F Montgomery last week Mrs J O Russell continues to prove She stood the trip to Louis firstrateIlast Frlda for Sbelbyville where she will seen the winter with relativesgiMessrs G W Robertson J B Cof Smythje Russell Murrell were in Cincinnati and Louisville last week purchasing goods See adlt next week Mr W M Wilmore Gradyviile an Lee Grissom of Bliss were in the Louisville market last week Mr and Mrs W R Myers went to Richmond Monday to visit their daugh ter Miss Myrtle who lain college that cityMr John B Russell of Green river was in Louisville last week attending the Grand Lodge and purchasing J N Coffey and daughters Misses Bess and Sallle visited relatives in the Gradyvllle neighborhood last Sunday Mrs Emily Sautiey mother of Mrs J II Grady who has been visiting several months will return to 1Stanford today Mrs S A McKay who has been visiting her parents in Columbia left r for Campbellsville Monday accom husbandt the pastor of r the Christian Church at Lebanon and be Church at Carapbellsvllle ed two Interesting sermons at Colum F lest Sunday Dr OA Cox traveling ealesm spent last Sunday in Columbia T doctor Is very much Interested in r church work and attended four services daprDrLoren Williams of Glasgow has been very slckfor some time Hiss ter Miss Sallle and MrsT Ellen Wh- r visited him last week We hope to li hear of his early recovery j Mr John A Webb of Russell rnu was in Louisville last week purchasing 1good8 He also was a delegate the Grand Lodge Jamestown Lodge was represented by Mr A P Simpson Mr Lawrence Beauseau the w known insurance agent of Glasgow lastyy jfWSkr He rppreseptsagood company the Northwestern is a gentleman lnajlhistrui otioni Jttliii ttfrta ioriim cc While in the market I purchased anI extensive lines Ladies r eadYto wear skirts r at a very low price and anI selling them f very low All latest styles MrSambin last week He is here for the pur se of making this country his per manent home and for the present will reside with his uncle in this city Mr John W Faulkner represented Tamplco Lodge Mr W M Wilmore MOampbelluels Glensfork Lodge We did not rn the name of the representative n Breeding lodg- eLOCAL JOTTINGS Monarch Coffee This is our last issue before the ction Try Monacb coffee Its fineIKilling frost several mornings last week TJneeda cup of Monarch coffee It was rather cloudy here yesterday but we failed to get any rain Monarch coffee is always good Farmers are now busy gathering corn healthyr 1JnextMonarch Coffee The brick work on the bank atdapJamestown will be completed weeks Z Try Monarch coffee Its fine leandn ve returns Uneedacupof Monarch coffee Mr Irvine Blair grew avery prolific stalk of corn It contained six 1and developed ears 11Itdand wise drink Monarch coffeeJ Mr Fletcher will begin the briek work on the dnmatory next week He will work six masoossMonarch Coffee The oVII who are away from home will drop in next Saturday Democrats work and work now until thapolls closes next Tues d QIMonarch Coffee The planing mills of Columbia are running every day and the demand for finished lumber is increasing 18 Ibs granulated sugar for 100c cash at W L Walkers Rev T F Walton former pastor of the Presbyteplan Church this place is located at Mt Carmel Ky Drbiaheartheby Columbia Lodge Ho 06 Fand A M will meet in regular convocation next riuaynlghti dPatBoilin Hurt at the courthouse n t 1yP Monarch coffee is always good The tobacco crop of Adair counjby is ellsaid to be the finest for years Anutn tier of crops have already been sqld 1lpletfooII irap stied G W Staples has rented the prop ert wil TlTJneeda cup of Monarch coffee Mr W L Walter is talking to the trade through the News He has a splendid stock of goods and his shelves are being thinned Call early Monarch coffee is always good ocxapledbest in the town of Columbia Is for rent N M TUTT 500 will bay a nice jacket at W L Walkers worth double the amountReHon Boilin Hurt candidate for ClrI cult Judge will speak at the courthouse next ocl coockuntil 3 p move rI will sell all mens suits and overcoats at cost for the next 15 days for cash W L Walker Mr A Hunn has returned from Atlanta Ga after disposing of a car loadI of horses Mr Hunn reports the mar ket unsettled and a little on the stowJ pricesheDr U L Taylor in the presence of Drs J H Grady C M Russell and T Grissom removed last Satur a tumor from the brest of Mrs M Staples The growth was as loch a hen egg and the operation wa very ericcessiul foeofready made skirts They ar beauties they are cheap and np to date Next Monday will be county court the next day will be the election Avery large crowd is expected in town ryesyk a 1I m I have a large and well assorted of outing in all colors nio heavy ones at 5o per yardofW L Walker maklinge rmM r Belknap had a walkover in the race Governor It will be known next Tuesday night what kind of a prophet he Is The State is looking decidedly Beckhamish to us Monarch Coffee Bev S A McKay who fson t Campbellsville Circuit has rested a home and will live in Campbellsville We understand his residence is on the Lebonon pike a desirable portion of the city FOR SALE Our business house in Columbia Ky now occupied by F Sinclair Willis Bros Cave City Ky 2t Mr Gordon Montgomery sold his residence and several acres of ground near the home of Mr ZM Staples NewbyCumberland The of ngls two story sedan elf and three years ago Possessl will be given immediately after electront The corporation meeting of tne Cbristion Churches held at Boley last Friday Saturday and Suedsy a very interesting gathering h were pipe preachers preseBf amppg tje number M F liar aRi a oat lye of Adalr county but now a resldeatof 1JalltsTeias The reports qf the v rfd nBi8terew reveryrattsf85r idrj udb0veraliogtcat sermons trcrc ctellmed THE SPEAKING his Tuesday afternoon Col Morris forGovernorAdair county As we go to press peo pie from all parts of the county are entering Columbia and the Indications- are that a large crowd will hear the speaker Several Republicans of the town have been active for several weeks organizing clubs and it is said these organizations will march into town in a body Col Belknap has been making one speech all over the State rehashedI placehewill end the canvass Mr Belknap is an experienced speaker but the publicans over the State seem to be satisfied with his efforts and the Democrats are making no complaint His friends here gave him a cordial wel me and an enthusiastic hearing A more days and the fever will be r The Masonic Grand of Ken antuckyin Louisville last week It was per haps the largest in anclipbusiness was transacted The Masonic the new temple was dedicated with imposing ceremonies all the different branches of Masonry marching to the temple in a body Tuesday afternoon the children ot the Home gave a publ- Ic entertainment which delighted the fraternity and was highly appreciated by the many visitors The Masonic exclusivelyo erectedsat an enormous expense The committee in charge rents the auditorium r theatrical purposes and the lentle yearedollars per year if he be a owed to give shows on the Sabbath Pin the building There was evidently a dls position upon the part of the Corn mittee to accept his proposition and they were about to get the matter railroaded through but Mr Jas Gar nett Jr who was Grand Junior War den caught the cue and in a very Affective speech moved that the building be used for none other than rellgI Ieu ac Mr Garnett endeared him to the Masons of Kentucky and he was warmly congratulated We met M John L Wheat moving toward th Junior Wardens stand and as we passed he said ii want to go and hug Garnett AS we predicted last wee Mr Owen D Thomas of wellknown here was elected Grand- Master and Mr Jas Garnett Jr Grand Senior Warden The Grand Master complimented Mr J tfurrell by appointing him Grand Sword Bearer Mr C M Hobson of sppoiahr red A REMARKABLE FIND One day last week Mr Elzy Damro- who lives on Green river carried a lot of sweetpotatoes from his residers to what is known as grandpapas clii for the purpose of storing them in a cavefor the Winter He noticed a mound close to the entrance and be concluded that possibly the bones of an Indian were under neath Beturr Ing homo be in formed his soninlaw Mr W E Frazer what he had dlscov tired and thetwor t r edwUhplck and spade After digging down several feet they came to two skeletons One was tbat tf a man the other a perfectfee aDd mm the appearance of the bon as the bodies were deposited there five or six h dred years ago The skeletons nere carried to Mr Damrons home anj penernpie is another place oa Green river near the bridge onCanipbcllsvllla pike where a number oritSceleto 8 have been to c In the lastten years Mr J w S it with llrwat aoe Vn haveajsfiartfliueHg severalctrl cgs ot beads taken from a iBO od axsxsxs wJ iXi s Q I have the grandest bargains in i Ladiesl Jackets ever brought to Columbia find will 0 Isell you a Jacket that will nearly double the ii 8 1 price to make We are selling then at 5 People from this section of Ken tucky are loud in their praise of Mr George Schenck who is the assistant manager of the ruth Avenue Hotel Louisville A large majority of the citizens of Adair Taylor and Green 2popularcome personally acquainted with his trade from this locality and takes great pleasure in seeing tbathis Green river friends are comfortably situated when registered at the Fifth Avenue He is a very polite gentleman and the pleasing meaner in which he entertains is winning him friends all over the State The hotel isclean Inviting the dinningroom and sleeping apartments being special features Mr Pike Campbell who has long been connected with the hotel as its manager needs no introduction He is a courteous gentleman his popularity becom ling wider as he grows older The oth possess the same gooier dis sitionfriends to everybody and ev ery body are their friends Mr W T Price a young man who was born and reared near Columbia d has enjoyed a good reputation boyhood has rented the barber shop attached to the Norris Hotel Leb on and will take possession about first of December For the past seven years he has conducted a shop in this place his stand being at the Mar cum Hotel since that bulldng was erected He is a young man of cellent habits and is a member of one of Adair Countys best families As a tonsorial attar he stands at the head of the profession and we have not a doubt but he will give perfect satisfaction to theafinding a man who can fill his place Our readers will miss Gradyvllles interesting letter this week Our excuse for its nonappearance is that Mr W M Wilmore the very contributor was in Louisville last week and did not return home in to compile the news of his town letter will appear next week In the last six years a letter from him has appeared In every issue of this paper with but four exceptions His services are highly appreciated and we always regret to have to make an excuse for the nonappearance of his communication Adattr sell line was adjudged a lunatic at this place last Thursday Mr Geo te0 u lion conld not rerIeve her on account es earlskrat Friday night She will probably r male with Mr J K R Conover until she can be recleved at an asylum the lastiGnEWe call attention to the condition of our cemetery Weeds briars bushes and sedge grow as high as is usually seen anywhere Now is a good to clean it The sedge should be Kra ouratreenis ground Is sadly neglected The com shooffld w the rubbish to remain bn the graves of loved ones For SaleA good dwelling with five comfortable rooms onequarter mile from courthouse A good well sere n v Tbelotupostwblk ch on half acres of ground rfV H LL ColumbiaKy r t FOR SdLE My resldene on Burksville street lutldi giagood coodltiog and all net efaayuntbplldtt2gswitbBacres of landaMiss E WILLIS Cola yJ 1 21 PUBLIC KALE adr1w111oe4Frtdap the astii of this todidthe Pk lioeesfxil indklticlieutatelLareu- aad rikay l rloa13o i PROGRAM Program for the teachers Associa tion to be held at Jamestown November 71903 1 Devotional exercises A H Baugh Opening address Lilburn Phelps Response H J Conover 4 Manner of opening schools Olle Taylor 6 Manner of closing schools D C Hopperbe7 Recitation Lorine Humble 8 Oration Bobt Floyd NOON 1 Music by choir stringband and Russell Springs band 2 Comparison of the biographies of two famous Americans A H Baugh 3 Comparison of the biographies of two foreigners W S Hart 4 Recitation Kanzada Bexroat 5 Select reading Wheat 6 Discussion of Trustee system M H Bernard Jr and L O Phelps 7 Should we have a longer school term Capt Phelps and Judge Simp sonOration Teston Holt ISECESSw1 Declamation J B Smith 2 Select Reading Judge Sharp 3 The following teachers will select topics of interest and discuss them j M Flanagan Jo Dunbar Robt Antic J P Gaskins L C Richards Elmer Hughes Urfab Mitchell MH Bernard Jr C P Walters Stewart Rexroat T L Harrison Ed Helm L G Bernard T F Helm B F Lawless E Lawlass 4 Declamation Kate Simpson 6 Stump speech J W Mitchell RESOLUTIONS Be it resolved that the teachers or Russell county In Institute assembled First that we have had a pleasant and profitable Institute which ha antwe ceived courage and fortitude to press idealsswe owe a Inestimable debt of gratitude for hi excellent services He has labored among us in the spirit of love for ic education and feelings of doe interest for the betterment of public that we endorse the action of the Superintendent in securing the services of an experienced and pro congratulatei our support to Superintendent label in his efforts to raise the standard of the public schools Fourth that we extend our thanks to the citizens who have taken a part ecFifth that we favor the extension of the school term to at least seven months Signed by Committee A gentleman not connected with Adair county informed us a few days ago that be was getting on the Inside prbbe built Mr Azbill who is leading the movement has never had a doubt Building a railroad Is a considerable undertaking and it requires time to gut every thing in shape KELTNER Mr D B Dowell of Mell Green county bas already bought a few ti bacon crops near hero paying very good prices andAnew postofflco has been establish inGrccncounty called Melt and is about half way between this place Rile with Otha B Finn as postmas- tblrFinn will erect a store and run a general mercantile business The spelling at the schoolhouse last Friday night was largely attended Hoist Dobopey sold bis halt interest in the Finn and Doboney tarn near K Utclhls brother W Ifc Dobbney for a8o0 Mr T GCoffeyaad wife visited Mr nd1lrsJobB Price at HiKvllle abyfra Mrs Win B Villls araxis itirtig J lriioa at Wdty Hill siaUon GREENSBURG Rev Jessee L Murrell of Lebanon preached an interesting sermon at the SundaynIght all bydenominations Judge Elliott Graham and wife who BrushOreekT Garrison and family who have lefttorthefrhome Mr R J Wilcox who formerly sold goods at Exlcbas just completed a neat business house in this city near the Peoples Bank and Is now receiving experiencedmillinery department willbecomenear future youngladyofhercousin Mrs June Rodgers for several days Hons J A Skaggs and Jeff Henry 00lumbla hasbeenmarkets for several days has returned home SeymoreKyour town Misses Bettle and Rosa Howell are spending few days in Louisville Mrs Porter Pickett has removed with her family from Columbia to this ceunty mars ofdnow a stave dealer of this place to Miss Kate Perkins daughter of Mr and Mrs E E Perkins The ceremony will take Thorsat 4 oclock Miss Perkins is avery herPThe Fiscal court has just contracted with a bridge company to build bridge at the town ford They expect to have it completed by January 1st 1904 MrJW Caskey who was Deputy Sheriff under ills father at Columbia several years ago is here buying lumber for a Cincinnati firm Mr Caskey now tesldesat Junction City Copt W II Sweeney spoke at the courthouse Saturday night R L Durham will show him the day of the election How the Boar eat the cabbage FONT lULL The health of the community is very good oMessrs J A Webb AD Dunbar and brewery Wilkinson are in the city buying goods this week Mr J M Smith our Pnotograpner made a flying trip to Ddnnvllle and reports much success Messrs E G Atkins and Grissom Bros were here a few days ago JA Webb attending GrandjLodge F and A M while in Louisville this week representing Font ilill Lodge J M Smith passed through here rae day last week enroute to Jabez Tbe new church house at Friend inerthe calass conducted by W O Shep herd 2 Preaching by moderator J L Atkins 3 Dismissal for dinner 4 After partaking of a nice dinner the people were called tngetherGyatspot thee boil Slnglir by the oh folks conducted by Gob F BexroaVand LevUP Butcher 5 DKmissal In order by WW Smith Bdnfcdfotion 16 Contribution 13300 T eag ate number present was 1500 andijallseemcd to eojiy themes nuwtv have taken a bouse 6xl30to- baveJwldtbe t pie wtio xtrc tbre Cl F Q1L The Braxtou Massie farm again changed bands last Tuesday this timabijiug bought by KT Snbht r from Grit IIusbn forG50Q The Marriage of Mr 0 0 Chris tio to Misa Rosa Feese of Watson Wednesday 21st will be no our his friends in thisprise to many neighborhood his now residence on tbo Cbristio farm nearing com pletion boiug sufficient evidence of his intention Mr Christie ia highly esteemed by the people of tho community iu which ho lives and tho young lady whom he has chosen for a companion will be gladly received by his friends here Han ock Hartfield thresher men finished up the Beatons work last Thursday by threshing tho millet crop of 5i bush for Tf S ScottJohn Green Sublutt one of Cane Valleys beat young men was vis icing in this community last week The election which is close at hand is causing very little exoi ment FROM TIlE COMMONER Lake Superior copper had much water in it that the stock was badly corroded The Boers finally quit but Mr Kipling still feels that he has a call to keep it up Mr Hannas let well enoug degenerata ing into a let me a lone wail SfcMr Roosevelts outing is ended but the trusts inning is still on in full force and effect In view of all the circumstances Mr Hanna appears to be wise in insisting there is nothing to talk about John Gates shows gratifying signs of turning States evidence in the case dt the people vs Wall StreetMr Hanna may be physically ailing but there is plenty of evi dance that his ill temper is in per feet working order Every time Secretary Payne feel the need of a new laugh he pre seats Mr Beavers with another in diotment There is every indication that Mr Beavers will soon come to look upon the the indictment as a new kind of breakfast food The trouble with republican tariff revision is that the Repub licans will not do it after election and dare not do it before election The senior Senator from Ohio is acting liko a man who wants to make sure this time that ho will not havo to dodge the officers of the law The indications are that wo will Boon have a new cabinent officer that of Secretary of official explanations Of course Mr Loeb will be the first incumbent A few years ago a flurry in Wall Street was called a democratic panic Today the Republican organs refer to it ae being merely a period of liquidation The declaration that John Jacob Astor owns the most costly ring in the United States is calculated to make Messr Quay and Hanna wink siraaltaceouBly Soma clay it will dawn upon the American jocky that the only way he can participate in the racing game in England is always let the English mount win- BRAIN LEAKS Courtesy is the oil tbat makes the wheels of business run smoothly People who believe In dreams usually have little faith iu themselves The man who zealously guards his liberty lain no great danger of losing it Some people never do anything In church circles until they see an oppor tunity to kick up a fuss If we could only do our own worn as easily as we think fie could do anotti ers what a Lajjjy lieu thin would Sj caking of g eat n ven lUfF why nut erecta munuiutuc tlthe memory if the woman who invented tomato jsauqe It isa wise mother olio wakis lifT SOi whistle while ah sccdhit the nat fus liptItIsaifser niolhcri wlit lets the boy remain silent Whats a View raisins by thB sideyota boy goodwill 1 r Atoothpick trust has teenk organ lzed The public will chew oh It awhile teeth before buy ingstoclc 7= L L I Confessions Of a Prost Rev John S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years J suffered from Yellow Jaundice I consulted a num bet Qf pbylclans and tried all sorts of medicines and got no relief Then I began the use of Electric Bitters and feel that I am now cured of a disease thathcld me In grasp for twelve years It you want a reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney trouble stomacha a disorder or general debility get Elec tric Biters Itti guaranteed by Al Druggist Only Walter Jackson the convicted mur derer of a sixyearold boy at Hamil too Mont was lynched by a mob End of a Bittei Fight Two physicians had a long 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 comp As a last resort I tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption The benefit I recleved was striking and I was on my feet In a few dips Now Ive entirely gained my health It conquers all Gouges Colds and Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteeded by all druggist Price 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free The deadletter offce hoe at share in the increased business p this period of prosperity From the letters which were opened dur ing the last year nearly fifty thousand dollars rolled out beside anhd two t very1thingYouths Companion Upset All Predictions IJ F Hughes was a candidate for county treasurer at Du Pont Ga but it was predicted tbat be could not live six moot s He was afflicted with a runulo abcess on his lung and snUered or three years his life trembled In the balance Khan he heard of Dr Kinds New Discovery for consump ion lie tried it and was finally cured anl thus upset the predictions of all who know him It Is postlvely guar nnted for Throat and Lung troubl- by All Druggist Price 50c and 1100 Trial bottles free Citizens of the United States will no Icjubt regard the decision In the Alaska houidary case as a Justone while the British and Canadians will look upon It as rather a bitter pill to swallow People are prone Uptake sides according to their interests or previous con victinns It Is a good deal so in trim inal trials A love Letter WiUld unt interest you If you were oo Inc fora guaranteed salvo for sores burrcs r piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly sure fur a year but d box of Arni ca salve cured me Its the best Salve on earth 25c at All Drug Stores PEOPLE OFof 1tD1 IR COV N T Y Can save money by mailing a postal for the goods listed below Pitchers Castoria17cPer- una A 67c Swamp Soot 670 Best Liuimeut 25c JDc- Paracbaaip 13c Everything at cut rates oily HALL PHARMACY Louisville Kentucky DR JAMES MENZ1E8 Columbia Ky Three hour botbrethc VMa1QluL thetime allowed bylaw for fllnjr pp tltions in error the case nt Alfn rt Knapp the wife murderer of Ilainil 01tiCanctuDdethe deal g tence was appealed to the c reun Court 1iIIiIN Broke into His Uous S Le Quinn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of bis customary health by in vasion of Chronic Constipation When Dr Kings New Life Pills broke into his house his trouble was arrested and now be is entirely cured They are guaranteed to cure 25c at All Drug Stores LOOK FARMERSI 10u1OY1Callwill explain why they can sell you the best fertilizer for the least mone- ySTizAvEDa light frosty jersey cow Will weigh about 900 pounds She has been dehorned has along bag left side hanging lower tbanrlght T G Rasner Jfc was Senator Platt who declared that the postofflce scandal would strengthen Roosevelt The scandal the agedsenatorcaughtfromthe post offiee department will strengthen his ownmhlodortoof iPUjftb Dowie would do well to remember that they have a pretty fall Inaok in New York of sizing up bunco artist They are largely in the bunco business themielveB At no time for many years have the Democrats of Kentucky been active as now Letno slack be made in our work and the reward will be realized on the third day of November FOLLOW THE FLAG DAILY 80the1Very low oneway colonists rates to California Washington Ore gon Montana British Columbia and intermediate points Very low round trip rate to Salt Lake and Ogden Sept 12th to 14th Denver and rejinrn October 5th to 8th San Francisco and Los Angeles Oct 8 to 17th Detroit October 10 to 19th For information regarding the above low rate excursions ask your local ticket agent or write the undersigned- F W Greene D P Wabaeh R R- 22x14th Ave Louisville Ky LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTIJE Extra shipping W 504 6- 6Lightshipplng 4 25450 Best butchers 3 754 16 Fair to good butchers 17 3 263 65 Common to medium btchr 3 253 00 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 tbs 020 Fair to good packing 160 to 620 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs I 620 SHEEP AND LAMBS good to extra shipping Sheep 260300 Fair to good 20020Common to medium 1 752 Subscribe for the 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