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THE ADAm COUNTY NEWS votUME7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DBH 1 3 ER 2 1903 NUMBER 3 POST OFlIOEDftEOTORY J M RUSSELL POSTMAST- H T BAKER DEPUTY POSTMASTER tO hours week days 1001 m to 9Opm COURT nffiEUTORY CUo0iTCooTThree sesiloni a yearThird ndaylnjanuiry third Monday in y and third Monday In September JlrcuUJadgeWW Jones ommoawoalth AttorncyNH W Aaron heriffP W Miller Circuit Clerli JB Oofley donsTr ConmtPiwt Monday in each mont JndguTAEUfle1l Count AttorneyJaBGa roett Jr ont r a J UerJ K PConOV- CrksseerE Burton Surrejor RTMcCaffree icUoodapt WlD Jones nruntrO Rustll lire OouMKcKuiarcourt econd Monday Irb wontn JudgtT Davidson Attjrney Gordon MontROiarj Mar halG T Flowers CHURCH DIKEOTOKY PUE5BTTER1A- NxK7HWVirLSTRaTRev Clements Ire LI la tJerv1e8a aecud fourth Hood SUI1IychOOItII a Irttch xtonLh iabbth Pret niectiug iery Wedl3eada night siETIlOJIST- je1rsSVlLLI4HT5WRrT P HIljaisI itltr tkCICI and nnl y3ln eact titout- hi4aiaChi1 rrciy nbbattt ull l1m Prayer ntg Tnur duy night BAPTIST Hgasro SniniiTBJP 8crngK pMr FiMt and titled 8indaj each month- tUtch rtrr Sabbati a n Prhy- rmIne Tneiid night OHUI8T1AS CMPBBM VltL PIsh Lid KAlbUl- ator SenteSecond ned Fourth Sundaj In etch icnnta tnud cftooi Metj ab oatu atc30ngrayer meeticr Wfdnr dJ nl bt LODGES MASONIC LonoB No F and MBeeu I Marimeetlns in their hall over bank Frt tlaynlghton or before the full moon in each month WAClTey WM W D Jones Secretary B No7 meet rlday night alterfnll moon J MORSEL P Sccrftarr VETINERY SURGEOi or w Kintulo Pollevil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices J an fixed to take care of stock JioioSD CRENSHAW- V mile from Columbia on Disappointment S C EAT11t WITH OTTER OCX WHOLESALE GRCETSand COMMISSION MER h ANTS LwiJsvIIe Kebtucky r o3 l S GRADY tIGold FlUln1r illrfoVon apdflritlge wbrk if KTOFFICK over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky Scientific Shoeing oIiadytodoB1ack Smith ing of atiy kind from howe shoe ng to th repairing of the finest vqhio1e8c 1 will make a specialty fifhpaiBg horses with diseased lioof and guarantee satisfaction ifj stop Is located back of Jivery t1k rbe91f Robertson Give fme yoirork mud l W COFFEY WUmore Hotel 1ff w M WILMORE Prop tOradyvil1e Kentucky r T HKEB is no better place to nop than at the aboyed named hotIa HJood sample rooms and a frablo Rates very r MOD ble Feed tab1e t 4 J r i y i 4Ci ct iTIlL TRUST SITUATION Public interest is keen in the develop went ut the trust situation as prtSlnl td in the concrete cases of tbe Consul iddud Luke Superior the American Shipbutidin Company the UnIted States Steel Cumpauy and the tinal ap ptal of the Northern Securities case be heard brfore the United States bu pieuie Court Itcemoer 14 Toe air is lull of rumors whlcn have mure or less if the color of problbiliiv- Tbe Hew York American says tbtI latest phrase of the GuuidBockefeller war on President Cassatc Involves the wreck of the Conultaated Lake Supe rlor aud tnat United States steel ib to be impaled or the Investigation split and given the sawe Kind of a roastt that ttie hbipbuiiding trust is now re Leiviujj Tne steel magnates are brao lug tueiuhelvea for tne legal ordeal It is said preparations are being wad to solidify the interest of a Mitliceui number of slockhoideib to htcurc fur tile irut me 10000000 received tllMorgan Lo astneir bond conversion cllmwl5hJlii that Republic Iron sodsScei viii be dbv rOtd iii the merger and ibatGcorge W Perkins will retire from the Morgan Urm January The latter rumor la emphatically denied b tilt iirm Uoever Tile Now York Wurln says a settiihwent is uQout to be effected In thebsblpbul ding cite whereby counsel ffr Shmy Pam and tkie sblpbu diiK oimpHuy wilt eoufss jufiitiueM the Itgal ftesaiiti ifhir tXInZSb imii me nrj mor r 1bepia inc hiiiduirttr U te lionuoixiii on a buMs r 90 k The Nmrbrm SHturuiev te r artl1 urni d ttf tin r r mIll antitrust HV winch fur at It ace slid IiupurtaiiCf has never reti a enforctd While tbtrn Is pracMcHilv no division of pubMc scritiniiMjr tIe- sdisirii rair interw rtctiy interested in the uen Tal proo sitluns InvoIvtd are dlvhrtrd In sentl nient Those wbn favor girtntc Cii slid tlin us a pnticipf urn n ti HiUMrit iliosv ihof Mr the aft erj Crcleinjr teutncps if the Srandard Oh ortopus and she datbkUIJ railway inntviduallty and tb c mp tnlyesrlr It are with th iten ral jiuriic Thir Northern Securt Its penplu soy that a decision advert means In them that ihe railroads of the country will bp overwhelmtd with su1tcovenirg every shade of principle Involved in the Sherman act and that becoming cum mon law it will cot be necessary forithe attorney general of tbe United States to bring them They can be filed by any proper complainantu The criminal phrases of the trustw questionand those who have closely scanned the methods nf promotion aDdD wrecking employed in the shipbuilding case connot but be aware that crimi nality is as thick in it as skipers in a bad cheese are yetto be given their deserts in a criminal court There is strong reason to believe that Mr Bry an was not far from right when be declared that the penitentiary yawned for trust violators of the Sherman law and the criminal codes of states and nation But above all Attorney General Knox has now his supreme oppnrtuul ty tomake wodu Wbeie there Iso such a dense pillar of smoke there must be some tire The baleful inofluence of these illegal combinations islapparent and tangible enough and onibody doubts that tbe laws ire on the statute books to protect tbe public from the worst of their machinations and to punish tbeuJ for their crimes Now let Mr Knox stand up to the rack and exhibit his spine and legalI acumen at the same time Atlanta Constitution THE TOBACCONIST AND TRUST A retail tobacco dealer who watt una Me to tobacco of the trust except lit prohibitory prices because be refts d to agree to sell trust goods only took ins grievance into court home time ago and sued for dainag TlC U 8 Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eight clrcurt has now dicided against blmTbe drclsion tnd the reasoning that led o It will be studied with inv terett nut merely by the tobacco trade but by all observers of trusts andrthelr methods The tobacconist in question was named Wbltwel and his store was in St Paul Recompiled with the Con tinental Tobacco Companys condition Bptil May 8 1002 and then he began to handle indcpandent goods The trust lbok prompt vengeance The Sherman ntl fni t actw w the law onffhlcfrhe S jt jFt l r5I counted for protection The Court of Apppashods bat the tlJlr did nolhit to riKirlctcduipetl LIon between itself and Its rlvalssluce the the latter were left free to fix tbelr own terms and prices as they saw fit It holds futher thattobao co companies have the right even to re fuse to sell their commodities at tiny price since they are not dealers in articles of prime necessity as corn or wheat and since they are not rend ering public or quasipublic service like a railroad company The acts of the trust it holds were Hue lawful exercise of their unquestioned rights which are itidespensible to the exis tence competition or the conduct of trade Independent tobacco dealers both wholesalers and retailers are being al most daily forced to the wall by the present conditions of business The trust may not be guilty of any restraint of competition according to the letter f thelaw but some wayjuuother cumputttord are being nut merely re riilned but annihilated Chicago Record Herald APROPOS OF NOTHING In China a man who killed his fath er was executed and along with hm is schoolmaster fur not having taught un better The trolley car is nor drawn ir push ed by Ihu electric currQTat sill but fiirt again alld again ry tbiattrac lJ 4f i for the arumntUrj tuiituf itlfltOr Jfs Jr6 of sealskin win be glad to now thaI once more It takiis a forfe f tCt ln fahioutf lut A favor- ssitIxLure is SBLilsRiu nrdermin- eihtwai Iu which hv vrcabulary hitistiDwnby the fact thud a few yjartt ago the now formidable word rriiok wa used as a trrm of mild jli uurnorous reproach AmiTng August birthdays was thtttI- J Mr OtoGuidi chmdtwnomarriea Jitiy Lied Therfclictof tPeSweed uti Nf btltl ale now eventyfiur yvars of age and his romance is more than half a century old Nowadays doctors turbid gouty pa tients eating any kink of sweet food ut reccummeud to cat at least a duz en walnuts a day There is no doubt mat walnuts art most useful to gouty subjects r In cases of chronic rheu matism Swelhngguesdown and pain decreases The fact is when a farmer is once induced to do such a needed work he gies on Himself te trim out od hedgerows to cut bushesaod weed to clean p the walks even to build a new new aik for his wife to the hen coop so that shewlll not have to wade in the to attend her duties and perhaps agoud hard walk for himself to the barn even thouge generations before toiled through tile mud muttering im procatlons at the foul weather as he went and came Once start a man to seeing advantages of neatness about the house and he will see how to im prove things and do it Spangles bid fair to become1 a feature of the season in all branches of costuming They are not the large round paillette of former years but long and thin in shape reminding one f the diminutive caraway seep They are much used in clusters fur working ut conventional designs Some love y bespangled blipperaare seen Those n gray are spangled in silver the black ones in gold IMMORTALITY Man is an infinite little copy of God that Is glory enough for man lama man an invisible atom a drop in the ocean a grain of andjun the shore jittle as I am I feel the God in meV otltbcreations I feel in myself that future life I am like a tutestwhichthas been more than once cut down the bevr bhoqts are stronger and liviier than ever I am rising 1 know toward the sky The sunshine is on my head The earth gives its geiieruui sap but beav en lights meWith the reflection of uu known worlds You may say the soul is nothing but the resutt of bodily poflters 5Vhy then is my soul more Jumjnpus when my JdUy powcis begin to fall Winter laou my daq eternal spring Is in my heart ThenI breathe at this hour the fragrance o- hthe lilacs the violets and the roses as at twenty years ago The nearer 1 approach the end the plainer I hear aiound me the Symphoslee of the 7 t f t w rlds wnlch Invite me Nictor Hugo SPiOYPARAGRAiJJS Wi Lots df us yrere mpt jprepirtd for coal weather General Reyes taiksasihd had never heard of Kettle Hill There Is a manin Chicago inamcd Dam rich but he isnt Tbe Charlestonlans thlbk Crum packeris the alias of President Kbose yelL The Colombians areapttbcobl dqwa pending the date limit of theirulti ought to take mighty Kindly properslUon Is a mans face his own asks The Chicago Inter Oceanr Pasl it tiP to the barbers ion i 11 The Aldrich oligarchy In the United States senate is not kintllo disposed tuwrd recluroclty Stratige Lt Tbe Panama revolution was fiven Lou swift1 for tbat emlneotLatln American authority Richard Harding Davis r A noted alienist declares that while Teddy nan hardly bu classified asbug ybe is undoubtedly a Panamaniac The boo rblrtcrs are getting busy in congress The old rag is gwlneto he taken out of the relic case again in iiu re Ju any jdowers icftlt the UmicdSiuTis senutQi they should be ghva nil hooch that Ann is not too old 1OIUdrr l4sWhen Giiiieral Rojts reached Colon the haIiing yankee admiral on guard just tiiiu himfofland and Sell his trjuMe 10 the marintsV General Reyes Is Shore1 ifaibrave solaier ti alk rlptitinto theenemys camp Washington with aflagqf trujf IU might getsbot ietc bjick If bciidt r Dietrich only grafted iouo uu that postmasters appointment tie might hate done much better 43 a mInor t fliial in the postoflice depart iieuu Senator Oanna is being admitted to meetings of tbe cabinet Why should he care to assume the added cares of the presidential office Mary MacLane Is advertising for an ideal husband Let her please be ex plicltiu stating the financial capacity ot the devils wife brand of authorship We devoutly trust the next prjLsU dential campaign will be wvged in nothing worse than a Jingo atmos phere We way be sloshing around In- C J1omblals bblood It is making a whole lot of offlceless negroes In the south bopping mad to read that Marse Roosevelt Is offering those Colombian furriners this gov ernments good office- sTheswltiEessof I the recognition tbe Independence Panama can be judged when it Is known that the bistyrywbtle yuuw a i t school of Murat HaUtead could not possibly keep pace with eventstEnglish diplomatists profess to be shucked at tbe celerity ot the Ani ri can way down in Panama We acquired tbe knock down and drag put habit In 1776 and 1812 t TOO FRIGHTENED TO WED Olyde Miller and Miss AUna Spangle well known yomigjenple of Nebraska City were to have been married Not a day was BAt for thwedding The happy bridewlfot was indulging iii all the pretty dreams c efe liottou bopeiand tho pl anlnfc aiitioipatiouB which are the Qxoiur lIive property or bride6tobej Her coo4uliittuw s Biitufied with her choio auU itdtlfpre flIt8po rpd in ou the bride elect Thd guests gathered at h appointed hour to witness the car emouy The minister arose o unite the yonng oo plaAct ad ly pallor meantimeoversprealM countenance of Olyde Miller His frame trembled nuder the sway of etroi g feeling Hn Pottered to his fet and anu9Quced tb allaac- hai g d hia mind and would mot takeihomarriageowsV i Hsegayenoreason but tls gen lttwith an insurmountable fear which prevented his going through with the ceremony Mill dangler if Mud to to jrop i B J V5- Sr 5 trated f ver the affair lint really hers ought to bo a feeling of un alloyed happiness to escape roar riuge with a man too u feared to wed Not of such stuff are true and loyal husbands made A faiut hnart never yet won a lair lady nor indeed deserved a prize so luableHerld THEHORSE Heres to that buudleof senjfei ent nerves with the heart of a wo man the eye ofa gazelle the courage ohigIBhatorth docili ty of a slave the proud oarriagof sking aud the blind obedience of a soldier the companion of the desert plaiD that turns the moist furrows in tho spring in order that all the world may have abupoant harvest that furnishes the sport of kings that with blazing eye and distenned nostril fearlessly leads our greatest geberalJB through carnage and renown whose blood forms one of the ingredients that go to make the ink inifwhioH all fipallyhumblest of us to tbeI SodV ded thresholdof eternity4iti- der and Dryer- RUNA1iAYBols CAUGHT Jim Reese whose hthatFlat Rock in M tcalfe twelve miles northof Edmonion- utld Gilbert Harvey par eats live at Breeding in Adair Cunty iu company with Edgar Reese a conaiu of the firstnatoed HoyJ Btarted to Texas afoot S l1Iday night leaving their homes shortly after dark They arrived in Glasgow ehortly afterdayllghtI yesterday and railroad to the main line on theirI way to their destination- A few minutes before the e wail left here Marshal Cullindr coved a telephone message from the pareuts of tbe two firstnamed instructing him to overtHk the jvs arrest them and hold them here until their fathers could come for them He accordingly carded the train and overtook th boys at Oil City where heur reted theta and brought tliomI 1U3k Edgar R eso is twenty pne ears old so he wits allowod ttfgo cu Thwbther two ari sevent n Tley said Edgar Reese was going to Texafa to be with hir sweetheart who went there several weeks ago and they decided to run off aucl with him and both declared t6eit intention of leaving home as soon as another opportunity presented itself The patents of the boys arrived here yesterday afterzoonaid took the boys back with them Glas gow Times i Senator James B Moarearyal ways gets the best thats going and he never receives more than he deserves He will be assigned tothe committee on foreign rela tions one of the most important rin the Sanate The selection is made because he was for 12 years on the similar committee in- the House during two years of which time he was its chairman Senator Blackburn has intro d need a bill providing that the fUthoof Queen Lilluokalani against ihe Goyrwsnt i itt ii JJIGJ3OUR- The Best Line to j INDIANAPOLISI = PEOB1A QHI6AGO Ant all poinbs in Iudiana t Michigan r 1 OLEVELAND BUFFALO j NEW YORK i BOSTON jfuiehed on application t- jCtyTict OffioiBig 4 9ur Ro t 25P41ihf k i fl AV3Jor 1Jr t Ii SGonAPssfr Dart Yc03 eDtitUiVjlle Ky I e i ir ta d 6eeaairecfbyiIl1iealtbrs Lula- WBredsaa killsdber if the ot bhkwolsa SibR4ra P e1 zf 5 LINDSflyWILSON TRfflNING SCHOOL GOLUMBIA KY 0JFIRST SESSION Opens Januaru 4th 1904 Closes Mau 20th 1904 ir it racultg ot Nine ciini itent anil Pro Qrcsslve iiersI The LinthayWiIou Training School was established by the Educational Board of the Louisville Conference aided ny the liberality of the people of Culumbla and vicinity It is a ChrIst- Ian school projected on a high plane of moral and Intellectual training but fosters no sectarian spirit It num bers among its most zealous and active supporters members of all the church es and Its aim will be to merit the support and patronaneof alike Its mission is hi put a thorough Chrii ian education In reach of hoys and nirls r imlred means an education that will troadeu and dlicipllnn The mind and give the students such habits of rhoucht and practice as will make them self snppirtlnir and lead to suc cess in any profession BUILDINGS The main building Is of modern arch itecture and is heated by furnaceY Iii curing perfect comforr It has nine rooms with furniture of the latest im proved pattern The dormitory is a fommodlniS briitchiiildini large enough InaccClw- m Idat sfxy or m ire students It wU he under he supervision of teach ers who will hoard thorn so they may givi the students careful Rod consort oversIght Tiiiso desiring roms will di well eppiv as soon os possible TERCI1ER2S COURSE For the benefit of those who are fit ting tbcmslvej for teaching n Tfijch er Oure U fiVndi Any roe who Ulster he tur Car paSS SUcctsfnl y ill exm nOons of c umty or sate BUSINESS CO1i1SV A special course in business Is pro viced Stir inc urtlng the study of shbrt band and typewriting JVIUSIC This department will be unde an experienced and efficient teacher who spent several terms at the Cincinnati Conservatory Students will bave the tboropghtraining organ and voice culture The decipline of the school wilt be strict without being severe Due re speot for the authority of the faculty and ready compliance with the general rules will be required Columbia is widely known for Its high moral tone its healthful cllinate bandits social and religious atmosphere The strong temperence sentiment of the community is attested by the en fretof a rigid prohibition law Rooms in Hall partly furnished Four pupils will occupy each room and furnish their bed cjothlng towels light etc The necessity of being present the first day of the session cannot be too strongly urged EXPENSES Tuition Is as follows Primary1 50 per Month Intermediate 200II Preparatory2 50 Teachers 8300 Academic 300SBusinessV 300IIMusic 83 00u Art 8300 Tuition duaooe In advance No deduotloosmade for absence jex cept In case of protracted sickness Table hoard In Hall at8l 00 to 8f25 perweeka Room rent in taU 50ctspbr month in advance Private hoard in good families at 12 jForOf E PAYNB Bus Mgr F E LEWIS A M Prin The Legislature ought to maVea suitable appropriation for a proper ex hiblt of Kentucky industries and products aphe coming Worlds Fir at Sk Louis The State toibe represented a dredltable way4nd rtlere ibt little probability that a J hum of money necessary for the pjr tpose wlllj bd raIstdyindividOtleffert- The Ifebaudy airxhlp atrjock a jjree in France and blew up f Col L 0 Press apromiaeatTera4j BHkett1tSiatoI Jk t f0tl i lk 3 T 50BBITT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBBITT SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within FiftyVYards of theDepotV 0VWNewly and neatly furnished accothmodatjonsfor countless 7vc2DsToN E J have an Excellent MiVwhichhasbeentrjedin of hydrophobia and snake bjtes with good results Iv inflClteOa4JmanyoftheV J brclllonmej J4 ULWORTHV 4 ci M WISEMAN SON JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Special attention given to work and 132WestMarket OpotiteAIutlcHall LtUNVrr IBNiUCKY- BIG FOURROUTEV Summer Tourist Line MOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST AND brioKE NEW YORK AND BOSTON ThH Tnwlera Favorite F 4 Line f JbicHg Pullman Sleeping lars Strictly Modern 7 Indianapolis Peoria and al points in Indiana and Michigan Unequaled Dining Car Service Modern Equipment Fast SG hod urea Write for Summer Tourist book WARRFNJ LYNCH w P DEPPJ2r Genl Pass 8 Ticket Agt Asst PPT A CINCINNATI OHIO TS J OAThS General Agent LouIsviIrKy s J ILV STONE AltornByfltLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY Vill practice in thdV courts in this and adVjoining countiesV0 Special attention giv collections JtjBELLSJPf Lebanon tKU 1 Frank Bell PronriMol 0 This hotel is located opposite the L N Depot and is a splendid place at which to stop Good meals excellent attention arid the rates very reasona ble Trade of Adair and adjoining ounties solicited rs 10 T i COLJflBIALUUiEREPORTED i1 l Wool Grease clean 18 Wuhedol l 1 25 Betiawaxt rt i r JFeathRritHIdls Green 5 19GiuigeuSpring Ohikoii 1 7 t er 014 Huig 6 Eggs tDrntd APLiein it e iC1h8 ph Jij foftWintjw q J i I 7nl 0 1k fltI l tea fcverv if af V iiAt J fW O r a Vun JtACUdUR4 tFn = = = =Cfl IfMMII kditor- lrkcz dutr toll iLte- ll llttuIIrbh ana large 1e dettN4 eat ouBtl Xntcotf rro11abt PototLcenreooad oil 1t4hlt s WETNESDAY 2 1903 We are informed that a report has been circulated in part of the country that the LlndseyWilaou Soho will not open in January Inji6icntt the institution and for the h maftfc of all who contemplate entering this great school we are authorized by the foreman in clrge of the work to state that oa or before the 25th of De cember thiJ college hrildiug and floroutory will he complete in all r of their part yt th keyu turned over t tho building committee An extra forma of workmen has been mp1oyod Mid night well as day ua d No one need fear its coniplotion UOf make other ar rangmpntA tbl to pulcr the first of January A corps of teacher are brtitg elw5td with utmost care us to tobir proficiency n knowledge in their adaptation to the work hpVlrr particular and will bo Rouonucwd in tho News at fin early datp Rev C R Paynw a man of energy and ability if general manager and is using ev cry day in the interest of the school Do not be deceived by ru more Listen not to thoso who may nvy success of others but join iR the onward march to odu cation regardless of who leads the procession We regard the school one of the greatest blessings for this part of the State that onr people will ever have the privil g of joying It ie backed by u strong Christian organization stroig in niPmbere strung in rtanrn and strong in intellectual atthv i9itp It is fnrthr backed by a large number of our bst citizen fli frttirgave their won j tocirt ii the I cltiou atid deflir to see it grow bythe high cst htaidsrd f tiny school it SoutVrru Kentucky We have n fears of ia future attdahiln io ejagiiHerrd by our religions creed it is to our notion in purp equal to the rcat need of our e tion ocutt to dispense true educ rtion to arouse a ieaire for advancement with Lo rising gown atin as troll av osier an opportun ity for the same No straws cat thwart the destination of a rising stream j no opposition defeat the dpblo purposes and results of an j tit tion when backed by the gaT eommon populace Th school is here here to fling her doors open the first of January The Republicans claim that two factions in New York havo got their diflVrenefe adjusted and that they are i11 right for 1904 Notwithstanding this statement there are proteiuent Republicans in New York who say that if RooBevtU is nominated tho State will go Democratic by one hun dred majority There are others who say that Gov Odell and Boss Platt will not remain on good h = terms three weeks t Franois Mauatos commissioner A tpUJplivar arrived in Now York t last Thursday He charges that tho United States cuusod all the isthmian trouble and fathers the now republic IIe also sap war U probable unless Colombo regains Panama r A message from Dr W G Quo ttito MrA Coffey this place states that the former had bear awarded the certificate of olctio to Congress from the ElwVentl district Nowfstr tho contort d j f rAIJ effort is being mad t ell rtabljsii a pq8toffice at Tuekegep wkore Booker T Washington ja oondintmc his 5 Jhool Book r 7J Vaifiingtona brother is to he the has published statameot saying that under no circumstances will he again be a candidate for the Pre idenoy Tho big BjtBa which hai caused uch trouble fit Chicago has JrcT7 Jr iro ni1 Nnil Oddll vttl btiH JHpl1hlicaI tick t ill mOi r r 3 1ST OF CLAIMS lUuNTlXUKD FROM 3D PAQB electioncommisr 4 oo KJiiUtth J incs hurt on toad 300 IntiM D A juRtice peace 18 no Linn Jas L teamonroad 160 Lut s F B sitne 75 Lirn Vm stm 150 Ton Wibb same 600 jind A fame floP Goritf bridge lumber 3 00 Lino Jutues same 3 00 Same team on road 3 oa Ljaber Jakiu84nie 6 00 Lane John same 15o Lan J Rsarap 3 oo Lane Jo snore 150 Lee T U lime 00 Luttrell D A committee 9 oo Martin W P justice peace 18 oo MupbyfTP burial clothes for pauper 133 McWIlliams Jo constable 3 Marble Wm team road 600 Same pow points 14o Mupby Dr W T medical atten thin to paupers 2 oo Same same 12 00 Same same 100 Same same j 00 Mller Vir pauper coffin 300 McUoriy Mrp N hnnal clothes 4 90 ame same- VlcKlnley 3 90 B rt brldno lumber 5 no Mc nelly Coultfn same 2 85 tllrJ IB L L team on road 5 Vfcttoath Dr Welb meI att to pMip rs 42 00 UlifStltC 2 on Min r G L bridge lumber 3 o fnnr John team o rod 2 5 Mael x Mat timber for bridge 3 1- l Win M team on road 3 75 Minor Lotten supervisor i 5 MdAninch Arthur work on road 3 75 UcDaiilcl B F team on road no Vfcirwan M G same 3 oo McKcy Marion same 2 25 Martin rW same 2 25 Saw bridge sill 10o Muphy J S judge election 3 no Marple J U nberiff election 296 Murphy T r clerk election 2on Minor n B sheriff election 2 88 Neil Lewis team on road 4 Noe J B same 15e Opt rstropt Moses pauper coffin 3 on Snnif team on road 150 Pet tenon W M team on road 2 65 Pat tersno John same 150 Poy F M sire 3 Prewitt Bros pauper eosins c 7 5o Paron Gen hririirc lumber 3 on P rn r Wienie saute 75 iliiidin Mare team on road 4 5r Piniiu DMsiQH 15 Ptiji D F same 0 Pn r P E Mn 5 PiiritinEzri Kime 301 Pi v Babe utc 3 opllcwell J Usim 4 5 Phlps J A same 61 Porter Gen utilize eUctlon 34 t1r iadttlwpt1llvuupEr 3 fi vtf Jrohll L team on road Oo Ioy Win awe 3 Ruuris J W Deputy sheriff 62 o Roy Bud tauter coin 3 at Rodgers W F team en road 15 RHirers J M same 3 RVtfnP G viewer of road 1 RiiVv Mell team on road 1 Riharts Virtflp same 1 R gains John sam 2 25 R rtor Sam same 3 ro- rUlarX J B same 3 on Sirsc bridge lumber 2 R lurd Thomas team on road 2 25 RJS G A work on road 3 on R hards J P ame 3 on R bards P G same 76 Riv Kias M G sheriff of election 2 90 R ih Wn judtfc of election 2 96 Rector R S clerk of election 2 on R liters Lee judge election 2 oo R W F elerk election 2 oo Snow J M judge electlqn 2 80 hrp Julio M sheriff election 2 80 S p on Hcrrison justice peace 18 tit t roey Wm taping pauper 2421lj- li rft M L goods to Jill 8 7o Sb rt J W teaman road 2 25 Slinino Geo same 2 72 S eney J P same 450- Same bridge lumber 4 5o Simpson II team on road 525- Suie powder and fuse 75 Si livan Jus bridge lumber 9 SuJivan Arthur same 3 G- J S viewing read 1 Su Ivan Jas team on road 5n Sullivan Jas Butctnwn same 8 25 Sinkborn Vanoy same 3 75 Si upsou Paulina same 3 on S rpsnn A turns 3 Siiiphcrd J W same 3 oil S utburland Harden same 1 5o Stone W S same 1 5a taton Wash satue 3 S a ton Martha samp 5 5 Srann A C samp 3u Spann W t same Sweeney C W jud e election 2 oo iprag itifj W A same 2 88 wjCttckbrPucker Tbiip work on road 1 oo fucker Albert team oa road on Tarter A AJ same 6 on rti mas Wm same 75 Thomas Wm H same 75 Burner Green same 1 5o Tyler Jasper Co bur clothes roe pauper 2 4o Tt rrell Vt bridge lumber 3 00 Tombs Oliver team on road 3 00 Tomb Jobn same 2 25 Same same 3 25 Tarter Sam team no road 3 00 Terrell Mat bridge lumber 15 30 Tanner M C team on road 1 50 Thomas Then same 5t Thomas Wm Dock same 3 or Thomas SUM Mme 15ThpnnsW Bar same A 61 rbompson Wm judge election 2 oo f VetOt1ntillp 5f75ifnef Uo VestJ N W O brdRQ lumber ltfJ9 Veat cnry team da io31- Vick h T O same J75 Wall rank team on road 1 75 Wall Walter same 150 Wllkerso G R election com stoner 4 Wesley Dr J T medical atten tion to pauper 16 00 Wilson V T team on road 4 50 Wall Fount same 1 Htstey W P keeping prisoners and guards 5 00 Wesley Dr 1 S medical attt n tion to pauper 35 00 Same sane 16 00 Wltbington Cletus team on road 6 00 Same same 3 75 Ilitbiogtun Bennett same 2 25 Same same 3 75 Hltbington Elias same 6 00 Same setae 1 C- OWlthlnitlon John W same 3 Same bridge lumber 125 Witblngtou Slat same 2 00 Same team on road 3 IVtthtngtonV C same 150 Wesley Dr I S medical atten tion to pauper 75 00 IKbltlock Tuos team on road 1 50 Whitlock W F same 1 50 Williams Harry sa ue 6 00 IKbitlock James same 150 IKilllams Harry s tmr 3 00 1r llaws W 0 briJe lumber 7 00 Hnitlock J team un road 3 00 Uiikerson Clew same 4 50 irilkerson J it samet 50 inikersoa T D same 50 Wetnlngton U A viewing road 100 Wethljgton It l same 1 00 Wethlngton Mat same 1 00 Whiles Geo supervisor 7 63 Williams J C bame 6 08 Woodruw Tazwell team on road 6 00 Wood Wm team on road 5 25 Wilsoi N B irUge lumber 1 40 Witt W E team ou road 6 00 IFilllams tieo same 1 50 Witt Babe same 150 Wesley Sioioo Clerk 340 60 Wesley Jerry team on road 3 00 Whiles Gco same 1 50 IVniles Geoiridge lumber 1 4o Ware Johu team on road 5 62 Wesley E F same 4 5u Wesley Silas bridge lumber 4 80 IKilson V T clerk elettilun2 Heiulugton P B June uiec uuu 2 96 Ward W T clerk elecliou 2 uu Wesley Jason clerk election 2 ou Yates G W team on road 3 u Yates ErJ Sault 15 fcijiox WKSLKV C 00 o A plan is now ou lout by ih tittiple of L xiugtcn to make thu Mate Fair u peruiuueuc lustitu nun ui that place They propose gve sixty acres or gruuud =L UtT lus on tnr AH uii tb j Ht ilico truude fehuwiiig the rniliius of d liars have bifr Anttod Tlio looters bavo beer q rk for amie time rCHEAP L Lid US For Hoincseekers and t Colonies Th c country along the Cotton Bel idutu in Southeast Missouri Arkan ais JJorlbwrst Louisiana and Texan offers the greatest opportunities for clomescckers Mild climate Rood vatcr cheap building material abund ince of fuel and soil that will often n a single season yield enough to pay ror the ground Land can be bought is Leap as 3250 an acre prairie land i 94 and 5 per acre up bottom land at 86 and 86 per acre up Improved partly cleared land at 310 and 915 per acre up Some fine propositions for colonies tracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at I to 310 per acrebIg money In thi for a good organizer Fruit andtrnck lands in the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 810 to 320 per acre up Write us for Information about cheap rates excursion dates al so literature descriptive of this great country and lctuBhelp you find a home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every year E W LABEATJtf G P T A Cotton Belt Route St LouIsMo PEOPLE O- FRDRIR COVNTY Can save money by mailing a postal for the goods listed below Pitchers Castorla 17o Peruna t 67c Swamp Boot 67c Best Liniment 26c ICc Par achamp l3c Everything cut rates CITY HALL PHARMACY Louivie Kentucky O S GRADY DENTIST 4Spacjifc atteatlOH Rlyen to Gold Filling Crown andBridge work WOFFics over Russell t Murrells Store ColumbiavKy 88S8SIi188iiiiiiii818iieQJ r j tr r fR1 llt MGDONOGt t ljer lentu krr- k stoVt iTip v arcCO 1 lEtLERSti StovesiRanRCi Vo J aidu hiartciS tI = = z = Tinware ir3tUeirtt ajtnva Flttiugt 70S1n Louisville Kentucky IT PAYS TO GET THnTiDIAMOND WALL PLASTER Ready for ue at All SeasonJ Not nfiejlod by frost or Freezing weather GUTI1ut to the rif pasterinr Material Oi tl omiic t lw orsed by all nrchitccb Marinfac tltf dSrlKdiltucky lnc Brook and River Both Phones 2267 Louisville Ky 000oOQ ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 Per Year j o + a t xt OC 00000 0THE COURIERJOURNAL 0100 Per Year o NEWS and CO RIE JOURNAL 150 PIER YEAR v Subscribe anp keep posted ottbe current 0+ 0happenings+ not be xceileo in neat job work 0 i 4 i 0- b 1IQ11J1J11 1I 1m EIIIIi OlrI7rS ffJ Ii If Tl N T1IJj CTZU CENTRALIY LOCATED w Nos 524 526 and 528 Wt Market Street Everything in Carpets Hugo Linoleum Mattings Draperies Pictures And Frame Voll equipped Tvhnlesala Depart meta in Wall Paper and Carpet rlpboup 5601 THE TV FO VTTT R OT1LAJ9Fcr- merly Rd SES S1O3 3Eia aa H 523 WEST111AERKET STREET Between Fifth and Sixth R Ii Nsvirr prop LOUiSVILE KY u E L tlUGfiES GO SASH DQQRS BLINDS AND All Kinds of Building Material ESTIMATESf 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY 00000000 0+ w C MURRE L J FTRIPLETT + MUR ELL TRIPLED Funeral 1 IDirectors and Embalming e above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and + s and are ready to serve families who may need anything In line They will also keep Coffins of their own make and wll ITevery lsbsd thing in their line at the lowest pricas A hearse will be W Call and see them over Jackmans Harness and Saddlery e f Columbia Kentucky 1c 000000000 SDHWIE7IBSr jfo Ti1oisS1t8 Market St Opposite Music Hal r L KITLamrISVITLEj f I ewv tit NEW LIVERY FIRMI MASSIF CHEWNINQ COLUMBIA KY- Wo o bare just purchased the livery stable from the late firm of Stn pItitt Robertson Co Vo 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 A CAS LOAD of Farm Wagons JUt Received Hardware Farm Implements Farm Wagons Buggies and Harnes Saddles Bridles and Leather strop work s Field Seeds a Specialty t Come see us and price our goods mF JEFFRIES SON BL IGKENBDERFER PRICES NLipnra No IS 0750Elect-or iniEICHT Nla nra rroo5 l- beNo73bElectric 3lb- 5J To know it in in prefer it Ovr8oooianwjn use fjj C ftifi tr Ouriiuiiuo D After 8 yers hard and Improvements c Blfcken derfer Type writer is conceded 10 he nee nf rite bist root efficient and most durable standard machines on tbe market rwtHrtllrss of price It tauhe kept In per pct workln iridltion for as Jtmir a time as any other machine built at one renth the cost NMoore NlGENERAL AGENTS fr n afd District lit Columbia Virginia West Armii ia Deieware and Kentucky WOODsON LEWIS J5 C LEWIS Ufood50ll r 8 Bro ARE NOW RECEIVING Four carloads of Buggies Surreys and othervehicles four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows j Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue ancl Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorseDornPlant- ers i FEEtTILIZER i A Tencar loads of Fertilizer QWQ fin sell youSFertil tier at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newslwhen you writeIWOOMV LEWIS BRO 1KQreensburg Kentucky tTHE MARCH 0000000000000 HOTEL 1 COLUMBIA KY IS A BfelCK BUILDING OF MODERN ill t Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven V tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently X located and is tits best hotel in Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to tile best city hotels Three V good samP1obxss for c f1jercialmen 0 M MARCUMP ropr 0000000ii t P 59NAt MENTION airs Allen Pile Is v1sRtnth Oraby W B Lynn Campbellivllle was b rc last Friday Mr Jo Coffey Jr was ia Campbells vllle lat Sunday Mr J F Patteson came down Stow Jamestown Sunday afternoon Miss Dora Klanalrd Bed Lick vis ited bere ever dillS pt last week Mr Brnc EptKrson Clerk tn F3rt National B uk wl1IliI LirtilsviSe last week Prof Fred M bchidier In tvn fur a Sew duy tor ibuptirpse tif tutiitu L Taylor arid MisH arthaI HaneocK returned from Bicbiuusid lut Saturday Mr N M Tutt wiJ leave Friday ii- an exieudrd trip to Fiiirlua aid ntu r Southern StatesIMlfIesFannle Brders and Florence Collins of CampbelJsviil ur vislMnu Miss Ber tie Baroea Messrs Geo Fiuwer aid Bruce Montgomery attended servtccs at Gradyvllle last Sunday Mr Joan R ale of flrrdi Itt of our Btauncb supporters wa in usi Satorday and iff I a dollariMr B T Marshall wbo travels mr a wholesale saddlery bous was here a few days ago Mr G W Bobertsun and Mr J BlCotttj will leave fr Atlanta Ga nex Friday witb acarJoad or tine muka Mr W D Klnif the wellknown traveling salesman was here several days of last week Be carries sibues and bud a tine line of samples Miss Lena Grtssom left for Litewon Tenn Monday having accepted aC petition as awlstaut muMis teacher tbe institution of learning at that J place Mlssea Mary Dixon and Allen Alexs ander two accomplished young ladles of Burksville were the guests of Mr W E Bradshnw heveial days of lash Klixfe Murrell flf the firm RusseH Murrell In in Louisville and Cincinnati thIs week purchasing Int additional supply of Christmas nuods d Mr 0 G Morrison and his proherc who left for Texas home days auo write that they landed sat lv and are well pleased with the Lone Stat StateJMr W T Price laft this lunrniukr for Lebanon and will ut once lake charge of the barbershop at the Nur rls House An extended notice of Air Price appeared In tots paper a few weeks ago LOCAL JOTTINGS Allen Walker sold two mules to Brack tazsie for 1200 Coffey Broi Robertson 1luubrI four mule Monday at i85 to 160I Born46 wife of W A Garoett1 Thursday the 2fltb ua a uobkrI WAKTKD LXira I will pay 8225 per barrel in merchandise e w44 WAL1IRRI Bora to wife ot Charley Saudusky c Saturday morning November 28 a sou 1125 will buy you heavy pair Kersey paiuegrduy W26 up W LWALXKH Mlatfauue Garnet entertained a number of tp cial lrlena atennaer last Friday evening 1360 will buy jou a good oclng machine wita ait atilmenu W L WalkrdIMr J W Bud Gadberry euieriaiu edqtiiea number of irieuda Thanks 9iVlZ4 tuB lte blJrthUc a bouuilfui dinner Pay up your 6Ub cnption at once We must have money to met tuc lilt ligationi which are KUtsiartdiu- gHM Tutt Treasurer All Mtasusr Iilasuuo in good standing are lnvlttd to be at the lodge room next Friduyii bt Sylvester Burton of this county was for the second Unit adjudged of un soundiulud and uU last baturnay ru tttrncd w Ot IUI um Mr C E RIce law ot T x m aua Mrs Mary Tbumpson Cane Valley were married yesterday The groom is about sixtyfive years old WJIHTWI A UrstclasH white bar ber at Marcum Hotel Columbia Ky Addresa M B Marcum Cc4aB blaKy The aUeauoa of out reiderH is called to t1ai statement of the jrrst National Baak published In todays paper Allen Walker bought six mules froar Mr Silos Cain one day last 1800 Mr Walker Is preparing to go South and will take about 30 head of mules and horses I have a large otof mituDle undtr waar for mete and women You cau get a bargain W L WALKEII Columbia LOdtit Nn 96 F and A M will meet next Friday nIJlhtrtju lar convocation JTbe thlrd deirn will be rout rrtd In two cnndJdat All Muter Masnnn JrKKl 61indi r arelnvltri uib pfnfc WIt ti We call t he attention of all parties who are in arrears with the News to send In the amount duo as we hope to make some valuable improvements Our press got out of repair last Frlfday while the outside of our papprI was Celng worked off Tbnuinh t n cnurtpsynf the Spectator the editionn was finished at that office Thanksl I have Jur returned from market have a new welt of goods purchaser for cash Anvhnii Von want you catt buy at a loW or ce Point and set OfIW L WALLERy Miday waS a treat day for thishrIjff of our IUUUYrrbe last graw up h percent comintf thlJext lay ni h wan eh failed to pay prior t Dtiiwuioer So full S15001I w r pisstrj ver the counter theL rmipiN naudfd out The Lludlo Wilson School building is iiuunbg u iuivetiou and we havef riurr vfii S2400 to pay tIle amount J uuaranie d by us This debt will soon hi due and must tie paid Those white niv Mii onte awl Liuve not paid Intl fun wii pase oxsoat once ho thattwe cm 101 ttu ddltlN Tutr Treasurerr A iHUtDier ct Mr Silas Cain wn ivt a tt nilehfroui town died lasto Friday nigh Iud wivs tiurrledSaturduy alic was s qune awhIle receividn Hie teSi UldlCI aiieuttoo The symt pitbyif tbt tienrno iruood Is extended 0 the Muruuing members of the fami y Mr Jii SUddrthur ibis countyT as pnvi u hlWCit a good la tu CurltlJuraai contest on tbetJ toul e fast u the race for Govern ir Mr tiuddriux ii urrs were closeD Uugti to Will 333 33 He will rer iI a chick tillS w ekrMrs W H Wlllon entertained Mrs U Judd Mrs lit rL Woiford anti Misses JUlia EuauK and Effle Bradt haw at dinner on Thanksgiving A musidellgiiitnl dinner was spread very muehemjyen by all present Eil W K Azbi li preached a strong Hrtmna Jast Sunday night 00ITbe TJnifcy iif the ihurches He followed a p the 6au e sutijct at night and en atlrld to show that all scctarlam ain should be discarded aod all a snould have one name MThe Church uf Christ Mr Gather Turner a young man tUt uMwn u sun of Mr Wm Turn r mere hirroidatb diy last b 0 ctc llr wis Teiiiiig trees and was Canute under one that was falling and was crubed to death He was a very Indu rlous VlltWIl man and his death was a serious blow to his parents Mr J T Birbfc Jr of this place and Miss Cnrdte Williams of Camp belisvll e were quietly married at Cane Valley last Monday night Rev Wui Dudeu ffictatiug The couple will rtstde In Columbia Tow has many friends in Columbia who ate eath lotxeiid him thu hand of con tcrxuiiiMiin The nridw Is a daughter ifludifi WiiliamH f CampdellbVllle Mirned Iht 25 b ult Phillip Pickbt a prop ftirmer of Adair tn Curdia Gilpln a handsome ynuntr Icrtv of Louisville After the rimooy the ouple and a hos1iotJ freids r jiaird u the home unx m whir a hluutUul upper await ert them May no dark clouds latherI around them U the wish of the JA PI MrN Tutt void tho iTitlre lowtrr ltllf f its oriik business trU tVininia S Harris tot 3100 d uiTvioiiflay Mr W D Joe iwUkh onn halt of the Slcou- dtltry for 81200 00 Mr Cravers wfl remove htsgidst4 tberoom formerly iccuplert bv Mr Sxitt Montgomery aDd Ni will nt placed in the x rnir room adjioHILI Last Snurdi In the Green circuit court iii CI agittUNt Dr Jv J Bo ik er for ktilioc Hciry E Christie wa Jlsmisec on nuitinn of the COmmtlDI wiatih Tber hno beEn two trlaFI rlw jury liming arte both limK It Ill genera opinion that Dr BtXUircmiirt nut be convicted hence the aetiou of the Cuiumonwealth Mr W S Knkht of Jamestown Deputy CoilcuNir of the Senond Rev Clint District met with a very painful aIInd last Thursday night Be was nrue tfllm his home to this and when In three miles or town n j ribcovered a wagon coming in his direction He of course supposed aJriver was with the team until his buLgy collided with the wagon the driver bHng behind afoot Mr Koikhis bu was upset and vhe was thrown to the ground sprainingone of bm arms His buggy was considerably damaged brougbtIthis city a relfc one hundred years old It was a horn tumbler made by ihelr father fully onehundred years ago and was used by the maker as a glass to take his toddy In away back of the Jaw that now oroblbtts the mak ing of intixuatlng drinks without gov riitntit prescnptioD and license Itisjibiut Ib hamesbapeand size of au orrtlrarv glees tumlilerbas a vriod bottom l1ud three stiver bands as hoops It is tn good ciinpition as whet nindeand his bfen kept as a family relic of ihMiilofter days of this Ilun iy Mr iVlNn HiirLhas long tiehlred topis i lttt however tiltsuhrJiHjrituM hut keptsgwn iii if hurrt Isire i c The ladles of the Baptist Church and especially Mw W E Bradsbaw who had charge of the music should feel highly complimented over the success of their entertainment given t the court house Thanksgiving eve Perhaps Sour hundred people the exercises every body being delighted The muslo was- ighclass and was rendered skillful y and to perfection Toomuch praise can not be given Miss Mary Dixon and Miss Allen Alexander of Burksville woo are skilled vlolenhlt and wbo were nere to assist in the entertainment They are talented and accomplished oung Indies and upou tnis occasion hey piayed must beautifully Mrs Hurt sang in her usual happyi tyle the MlhSes Walker ia played charmingly and Mr Sam Wueat who has but few equate as a player rendered two selec vely admirably Master Ernest Harris aid Misses Winnie Doboney and Annie Faulkner did themselves re4t credit their selection being ault testily rendered The solo by Rev P Scruggs was a tine piece of mns c anti lib rendition perfect Miss Li ta Byseufield played Angels Serenade eautifuliy The qUartet by Bevs crugilli and Clements Dr Clarence iaay and Mr J T Barbeo was weii- eceived Mr DC Vault au elocution eNt ot wIde reputation was here and dUrJClI tbe evening he rendered a num cr of selections bumerous and pas ItaLic in a most clSptlatJ manner Ait ttherlt was a firstclass enter tuluujent for which the promoters are due the thanks of this community The News force wax invithd to dine ith Mr and Mrs C H Murrell hanksgiving day and true to the instinct tbat turns not away from the good and inviting every was present at their beauti home on Burksville street in ample ime 10 spend an hour in social inter urse to enjoy the sweet music rend erect by Miss Katie their accomplish ed daughter and to leadily respond to he tap of the dinner bell The table was loaded with almost every thing good to eatthe Thanksgiving Turkey palitable and delicious oystersi celery and many of the choicest edi bits and refreshments too tedious to mention The News force never out wiaei swath nor more fully enjoyed any other occasion Mr C H Mur l a mewber ot the News company though at home acted as a guest which he really was and enjoyed the occasion as a little child Each anti every member most heartily appreci ates she courresy shown us an an office force by our esteemed hostess aided t her sIster Airs Tucker whose uo tILrJ Zul and good taste so bounti fully supplied the table that It was good enough for King Prince or Pres dent It la good to be so plesantly entertained so bountifully fed and so kindly remembered as an entire office We all appreciate the worth of the in vitation but more especially the spirit that prompted it It has bceii impossible to gat a cor rect htatgSient about tbe difficulty tt Edwu in which Judge Geo B Price was killed and Mr McCandless seriously wounded The report sent out by the twt Glasgow papers last places all tbe blame on Price ut a gentleman in this county who attended taB funeral of the dead man sys from wqat he could learn IrOtlJI who witnessed the shooting that was foully murdered teat be was struck and shot by McCJandiesa before he fired Tim Glasgow papers n telling the story reverse this state McGftiidlesH wbo was shut five times is vet living ana there are strong of his recovery It is said tbat he lau race for circuit court clerk of Mrtcatfe county betweeu Mr Xuung and Mr Hamilton was the prime cause fur ibeoifflculty The sermon delivered oy Rev F E Lewia at tbuBapiist Churcn Thanks- giVing morning waanchoiary and full lilt irmation Many favorable com uieuls nave oeeu passed upou tbe discourse The speaker took up the growth of the United State blnce she was colony of thirteen States her buccens in war and tier anvautement peace showing conclusively that if toe people of any nation should meet in tbeir respective churches if worship antI return thanks to God for his man ifod blessings it was this great Country of ours There was special muslo at chin service and the quartette ren deied by Revs Scruggs and Ulementsp Dr Clarence Grady ana Mr J T Barnee Jr was one of the lineal plecesof muaioeversuiigm the churdb f If the ministers of the various Churches in Colbmbia fail in accom plishing much good It will not be be cause they do not work in harmony In advancing the cause of Christ they are one Church differences are lah aside and perfectunlon exists There is but little conflict in church services and it is a common occurencc toseaall lwithligious feeling is bound w result in good When ministers preach to say souls not to build up any particular denomination people who are onto the church begin to thins lC NOTICE r1 au I will tram this date untilJannary 1st 1904 at the office of GamettJfc Garnett in ColumblaKy rece lye an heir proof on claims against the lei tate ot W H Hudson decd WiWiseute their indebtedness with m- etNIyt1903 MARY C fJUDSONAdm cEBadaoti4 IJoj r SUNDAY8OHOOLWSTITtJTEThe parlance of the Pastors Sunday School Institute to he held In Louisville De cember 1218 have granted a rateoffone fare plus 25 cents for the trip All pastors will be entartaiped t provided their names are sent in by December 10 It is suggested thatfSunday Schools send their pastor pay his way Considering tbe magnificent program and splendid array of talent this ought to bring looo minis ters to Louisville Eight or ten of the finest religious educators of America including International workers col lege presidents Theological Seminarym presfdebts and others will n tbe program While this is specifically a Pastors Institute all Sunday Sphool workersfof every class are expected be secured at reasonable rates For program and other Information address E A Fox 19 Louisville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky rIcoats suits hoes boots and can supply your needs In furniture See my and get my prices PE1XINCtAfl QRADYVULE Snow last Suqday Miss Irene Yates was on the ick list several days of last weekl Prof Or B Yates one of our best teachers was here last Sun day b We are glad to note that Geo H Nell who has been confined to a his room with fever is able to be outcGradyyille Lodge No 251 will elect officers Misses MaryTodd and Ella Do honey our efficient teachers spent Sunday at their homes W S Knight Jamestown was here Thursday Rev A L Mell preached a very interesting sermon here on Thanks Mag Walker of Nell wh9e IS teaching a fine school at Cool Spring spent Saturday and Sun day here with relatives Mrs Helen Pile of Columbia was the guest of Mrs J D Walk er several days of last week H A Walker and wile of Co lumbia were ealling on their many friends here last Thursday Mr Chas Yates and his daugh ter Mrs Ella T Robertson spent a day last week yiaitmg relatives in Columbia Rev A L Nell and R L Caldwell atteLded the entertainment at Columbia last Thursday night C O Moss and wife visited thes family of Mr M J Murrell last Saturday night R L Caldwell has lost all his hogs from cholera They were fat and ready to slaughter Dont forgot i about tho Xmas tree We are expecting quite a swell affair an are looking for a good tain- OHurrah for the Adair county girls who are in school at Leblnon Term They are all Presbyterians and Democrats no b ttjrI qualities Let us hear fromyou bgaiu through the News Messrs Franklin Oren haw of Kuob Liok made their appear ance in our town last Thursday Owing to the bad weather they did not have many to look at their clothing We will say that four firstclass merchants supply the trade of thistown A B Wilmore of Greensburg is hero thisAweek looking after his farming interest Messrs J L Walker G Yo Flowers and Bruce Montgomery of Columbia attended services here last Sunday Profr Gii billon and Vill Thomas of Tompkinsville were with us last SuIay tV Dillon filled the nlpK iri1 the forenoon preaching an intereetthgssemon- RevJas DebstrtacLSatur n for Metoalfe cpnity to he1btmneestugYi I Died the 28th Miss Berths lOam 18 yaria daughter of Mr and Mrs W SOain She h d ketP ABufferer for several mentis wlthphavjMreaded disease con sumptipn She bore her affliction with great patience and when thee call came she was ready Her fu neralwas iRF oUedw jaj UBion church byjBov Mel She leaves afherf mother several andBiltdrstaiid a host of friends Borntoihuiff1VRBradBhawon the 27tha ter5VThe young people Of Golttmbia kae already begun preparation I for tile holidays There will b j number of entertainments and f adamJEUi il t 4 J raarrta li r t T KNlFLgi We have had several large frost and some corn badly damaged Mrs Elizabeth LawluM sold her srm of 18 acfti on Casey creek oPay14 Eap ic2OO to Mr Hal i1f Knight bought a arm in the Pnrdy neighborhood D ofWm Curry for5P0eThomaBCpnoverboBghtahouM and lot in our town from W BdHpTciout Consideration 150is The widow JW Jones has P oved to Knifley tothe property of S K Rumphreu eMrrom this place t the Sam Dam ron place on Green river Some farmers have begun to gather corn and report the crops d lightMMr very s this writing- A Bible class has been organized at this place to meet Thursday in each week OppAftMrs AE Cabell Is very low with laifrippe Several young people trOut this place attended the entertainment Colum ia last Tuesday nightUThe ainglig al Zion last Sunday was flgreatMlsg Bstelle Willis who Is teachingf hool seas Cane Yallelr was at home- Dlast Sunday Alargeeaowd from this neighborP hood attended Tarterasbow last Saturday night and all repert aLgood time- Mrs Maud Coo of Creelsboro ylsiV ed Mr and Mrs Willis Brockman BeT era days of last week The spelling at Zion last Friday night was largely attended and enjoy ed by every one Misses Maggie and Bess Holladay several friends at flinch one night last week Misses EWe and Sallie Conbver were visiting in Columbia several days of last weekr 8Geoper thousand A O Young his his mill fitted up with a new bolting cloth and makes flour equal to White Lilly brand Tnis is the place to got your Christmas flour Elds W G Montgomery and iL Bottoms are holding a protracted meeting at Shiloh Mrs J A Willis andllitle son visited his mother last week Mr A O Young will teach a sub- crlptiosschool at Zion this wJnteri- CAMPBELLLSVILIIE Thanksgiving day Is past and gone forevermore Innumerable unfor tunate and high goblers and female turkeys are no more Boosters and hens bate been substituted by thole having sweeneyed purses and altogeth er fowls of tbese kinds bave been great ly reduced in numbers all over the county Thanksgiving wes good for but very bad for tbe turkey fam y and hens Mr W I Meader who was elected Circuit Court Clerk atthe late elec Lion has taken possession of the office and gone to work His countenance was wreathed in smiles six Inches wide and two in diameter In rum maging around scat setting things toi ptcluthesowner of which no one knows It had probably been left in the office yelrs ago by some one for safe keeping Ji la believed that Mr Meader will make an efficient clerk It is supposed he will retain Mr Chas Cox as assistant in the office He is well acquainted with all the dates of the oce make Mr Meader valuable asslstaat This scribe heartily wishes good luck to both in the performance of the duties of tn s important and responsible office An appareDt1YautheDtlcreportI8 to illInsix days iaeach county of the State IftbU betrueit will bring him around again to Adair Taylor Green Larne and all surrounding counties la the course ottlme The last heard from hint he was holding a meeting at LIb erty It lsa matter of regret tha t MisaMarfe Is not with him What ever may be said of him and peculiar doctrines he has been In the past J a factor for much Rood and should be welcomed by all The new board flf truatew recently ele ted Qo Iataof three member of the old board and three sow oses 16 lsbeUeTed the board will luufurale 8QmeDHdtormmo t wki4 appears lobe ecessary Tbemaww DLtba councliaen are Dr J LAtkln son WUllamCobb We A ChfXlaV S oJ10 a Ditbattlifl4 q btWJl1SSPIIJ bJI a gQjforwarjJ lu the coMAlealtoui 4Jiv chargf et tfjtithwfftfo Ironete 1h wfaT rtwiiterNt Of iliv1liet1Ic1Wi r t iat III nWI4 BMetbodiitYCHM iriibet 4lt1 Rev B M the PmbytMl fe lkl M terlUq d r Lfol1bw eby Beve Webb sad J Ii WLNCOi JIIC8r pe L J f J 1 j J r chdr fnralsbed exotlltaV music the crowd wu large and atteatlve The reason some penou never lose patience it that they have none to IOM The marriage of Mr Joseph Coffey Kill Elizabeth Allea Patteson which will tike plaee al the PreabyA terian churce at DIm on will be one of the pleassabA of the geaOB Mr competent and popular business manAnd geatlenan The bride tobeis of Hon ObIS Patteson andAa model and beautiful young oaseasingraro accOmplibmentsB Jablptr Bros Ire Belling out their stock of goods at cost preparatory to nge in business atsome other place hey will probably not get off until after the holidays REPORT0 ade to the Cemptroller of the B Treasury of the ConditionB oTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANKB 6769 T GOLUMBIfl IH Tttt STflTC OF KEHTUGKY AT THE CLOSE OF BUS 1HES8 NOVEMBER 17 1903 B RESOURCES oss asS dlidanntf IS IS S Bonds to tcur eircnlation Premiums on V 8 Sands 82Baklog beau farnllare tad SaLute i Due from National Dana otr- estrreasreBta 1260028 ue from tpprored reserveBtents of other National Banks paper currency els and cents J643 wfui Money reserve in Bank virBIAplteDder notes 3 Redemption fond with U 8 Treasurer pet cent of elr dilation Total f516 LIABILITIES Capita stock paid in 200000 Undivided profits less expenses and foxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Imilvldaal deposits subject to cheek Ite 131601- 1rATiv es 01 J I E H Hughes Cashier of the abonI named bank do solemnly swear tkat the statement is true to best of my knowledge andbelief EH Hnghes Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21th day of November W OOFFEY NP AOY Commission expires January ii Attest HwmyNMttiM Director Bnsnx Director Bujctoir Director Comaencedbusme October in- JVE r STOOl MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Y a CITMJI- ixtra8hlpplnfcT t4 2S4 60 Light shipping 4 00425 Be itbutchers 3 503 16 Pair to good butchers 3 253 ComihQntoiaedlumbtchr 3 26Q3 09 HOGS Choice packing and butch era 200 to 300 tts 440 Fair to good packing 160 to200Bs 440 Good to extra light 120 to 1W fts 440 nw ND LIMES good to extra shipping ICOLUMBIA MARKET RIPOSTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Greale oles UI WashedWool2lBeeswax c Feathers 41 HideSjGreen HidesDry1Gingeng 0 Spring Ohiokams 7 OldHeni 8 Eggs 18 Dried AppJe 3This report will be submitted for revision weekly Kjql0ltIStWI ff BIG FOUR The Best Line to I INDIANAPOLIS PEORIA OHJCAGO And all ppinki in Indinana Michigan ThEVELAND = BUFPAXO 1 WYQBK1OjOJi q t And ill o iqEst 1 Information oierfally furnished on tpyliotitioh it City Ticket O1etBi FoU e ih 1 ATe 6IitJitl J l I Qen Aft Psgri1epIrb aet1t- LOailYilIt 1 IiLIST OF CLAIMS Allowed at the October Term lf03j Casey Fiscal Court Anderson Taylor keeping pau I 7 70 cton Dr J W mid alt to pau 8 00 llen J EJteam on road 3 00 nderson Qnlnt team on road 1 60 llen Elisha team on road 2 25 ustin G A team on road 1 50 nderson John team on road 1 10 dams W C clerk election 3 00 tin Wm judge election 3 enion T 8 Justice puce 18 00 arnard W H same 18 00 Beard W D same 9 00 arker Dr J O vaccinating pau 23 83 Same med aid to paupers 22 00 Baldock Rube team on road 9 Bastln C bridge lumber 11 00 Same team on road 1 50 Bastln John same 6 00itBastln M F same 4 60 Baldock Allen same 2 25 Brown Jas ptalleyOacararnard J T same 75 Barnard E A same 1 60 Bowmer W R surveying road 4 50 urkley Henry team on road L6O- rcwerD M same 5 5 Baugd W H same 1 50 Bell Frank same 3 00 Bell S J supervisor 7 60 Bland John W team on road 3 ell S J road grader 5 00 Same bridge lumber 6 00 Same team on road 1 50 Same roadgrader 5 00 William plowing on road 3 00 rown Jas work on road 6 00 Brown Wm work on road 3 00 Benson T S committee 9 00 Same selling delinquent list 1 00 rown J T jailer 258 80 Bastln W A team on road 6 Branson M C road scraper 5 00 Same judge election 2 00 rown W H same 2 00 owman 0 P sheriff election 2 Bell P C same 2 00IBowman w B judge election 2 Batten 0 W judge election S Benson T S same 2 00 Cochran L J same 8 00 Uhllton G W keepingpaupers 166 07 l Same same 20 Carson J B team on road 1 50 Compton Rassame 187- Jombest Fount pau coffins 6 00 Coleman Aaron team on road 3 00 Canaan J H same 2 25 Jarman D W same 6 00 Campbell Class same 150 Clements W D same 150- Craxens Green same 3 00 Carson James same 1 50 Conbest W R same 3 00 Coulter Giles same 3 00 Coulter Joseph same 7 50 Jurtsinger Sam same 460 Cooley Thomas same 3 00 Case Robt same 00 Condor M P same 150 Cundifi W 0 same 5 00 Cundiff W E same 2 25 Cox W H Sheriff election 3 01 Coulter W T Sheriff election 2 64 mCtyDebord J T clerk election 2 00 Dye W T team on road 75 Dover Phil same 1 60 V Durham J J same 6 00 Dargberty J W same 6 00 vr Same same 3 00 Damron Sam same 2 25 Debord Silas same 3 00 Debord JT 150 Dick Sim same 5 00I Ellis Geo justice peace 12 00 T Evans Green team on road 6 00 J- Esters John same 0 Same bridge lumber 6Q Ewing W M team on road 1 60 Emerson Miner same 3 oo Ellis Dave same 3 00 Ellis TJ 3 iS Elliott S G sheriff 246 20 Elliott W D team on road 1 5o Floyd John M judge election 2 68 FredricK Jesse team on road 75 Floyd Dr D S medical attea tlon to paupers Jl oa Frost Geo team on road 825 Frazer Bud same 3 oa Fox Jess Sr same 1 50 Fox James Sr same 4 Fair C work and lumber 13 35 Flanagan 1 8 clerk election 2 oo Gadberry J F paupers burial clothes 5 85 Goode J H team on road 4 ooitGibsonETsamoGuthrie P J same 3 oov1 C Gadberry J F road tools 3 Godby Brack team on road 2 oolj Garrison J W sheriff election 2 4 Godby W J judge election 264 Hatter H W sheriff election 2 83 Hammonds Dr LF medical at tention to paupers 8 60ISame same 8 00 Same same 6 oo t Same same 35 50 Humphrey Eros team oa road 2 75 Hurt Jas same 3 37 oj John bridge lumber Z 35 IHart W S team on road 375 Dr C L medical attea tlon to paupers 23 50 1 Same same 18 oo ISame same 85 oo Hendrlcksou G A team on road 1 So t Hendrickson J LsaUlei 450 Hughes Dr J T medical atteu tc paupers 2o 5o r Hafgardi David M1tQ 0 toad 3 op tOfdJW 1 50 Halley Geo team on road 3OD HollardJ A bridge lumber 5 ollsu W W1 team oproad 3 00 i1 i1l B W tame 7So- iMt bridge lumber 2 73 Bauer U 1Vrbad scraper 600 fcameVwdrkotiroid jl ibliBWloOf bDrrk e5ctfon 2 06 r b rWl1 ri f 180r1r J I hA A It 11 i it JMaSAW REAiL1vEt lAlatrSt Tho Man WaoThna ut lit 3J lcirir anT rl3 t UtiWttArr JPUn afire JmuE- nllkts tn I Usai m Uti r5it the nan with the red io a ec 01 lif 1i 1 rir ortcr I a deltiotiIanCYcit1iei- rIie Quakes were gcuuiuc 1hcy were veryuch alive could grtvl hint r J fo1ked1onogucsantlallithefan other things which go aw made and complete niemberof tji on reptilian a fishing Pfriends u P in J Arkansas and we were quartered in a tent on one of the best lakes in the southeastern section of the state If was r the hot season l never feenvVthat lake andos we found around they were t31ts es shapes dnd colors The heat wasp tenseBtwas a iccre sectionrgathered onmndihiJakp 1iu aneffort v no doubt to keep cool TheyJFffuJfl clip down to the waters edge burrow in the mud and cut other curioiitjca pers becauscof pr ailipg drduth Lute in the evening they would a whirl at swintinipgi Vri glihg put into the lake for tonne distance and then pull back to the snore again J v a mention these facts merely to show that snakes were plentifulin that see r tion The beat had made them des penile but we never anticipated any trouble from this soured We pit p our tent at the head of the lake and were inclined to gloat somewhat oVer the j location we had secured and thecoainetrsiJfour surroundings generally Of purse we had the usual quantity of stimu1atinglliings- which belong to a firstclass fishing outfit and to tell the truth about the matter I bad been putting away at the jug and popping beer bottles until lAyasjustaiitileshaky After we had been out about a weekI be gan to eee things that a man un8er J that snakes were plentiful in that ice l wasjnst in this condition ohemcln 0 iing when 1 rolled out of raycof to begin the days sport The gun lad yJbeen up for some time My boots were tJ1hHi1giJsidcthc cot where iiafl put them the night before In throusiug over the ide of the cot 1 lnw kedboth boots o fey Ton can guess how I felt when two or anyLootsfly nerves were in no condition to be tampered with I couldnt get out of the cot and I couldnt stay in it I simply felt like melting into thin air One of my friends wit ncssed the whole thing although I did not know it at the time I was ashamed to say anything about the snakes until he brought the question up FihaUyhe said somethingaboui thc l1ukes that had spent the night in my boots and Ills to 3 v never felt betterin my lifeforup to that time 1 was much in doubt about the genuincnessoftbevisfo I was glad to know that the snakes 1were real live snakes A MISERS EXPERmNCE inellOfVj iuDre31jwhich was played onoueof tEeoldI est members The gentleman in question although somewhat miser ly is very popular Recently hein jured his linger and not caring tc con lilthis own doctor o the r ndvi eofabiotternlemberanuD whd lini what to do On the following day hpcver the flldgen tlcman received a bill for ten shil dings from the doctor for mcdicakit cndanco In his perplexity he con titled in another colleague a lawyoi this time whovpuiutcd out his liability andadvised hun to pay Ihi v bill I The aged inenJbersr nslonihItlfIl can best be imagined 1 tree Reived later the la crdaigiJtoi I ItrJ jiir e M mell tbtinbroflierly treat mentrUlit this third gentleman pij ilmatJdecides pcrEpnaLdiirereiiciv cf hi beiv Here the wsc luJrioi against thexccusLr andlc VAf peaclfcd for flcfll iugato ntkifnn I tlsenI1cdquite wellLc u J1 A Great liemg4ttoiu 1tryw ill Yucatan is one of thcrrcathinpi pro ging countriesof rfcrw r d1he product isnofsofinca tliatez ported fro nllanil buntisstrbriger thatianitedicmuketed l P rivo fe DISASTEPI JMPERDINOi i fl iv tM etttLn pp9 tit =ti ijjjj uaj fillo bJqaui There Is somethingroLtenaboutthe CnanciaJ cgicitlpn ff herillroads if ro vnMnti citso1 their t1ons Interatatecomtmerce ftfrea to show that therahosd5 have In rvosed their ihet 6afuihgs during the trpasttwe Ears 62 percent The annual stat the Ohio tor 1r4O3shotsover the vlo yearof J278321r Yet with this unparalleled Increase ot tM JJj ft O which for thci moots o June was new high record themarket price of the stock declined duringthIe SSJperceht All therafiroadstoekghave debllned Chicago 8Nbrthweslern one of the Vanderbilt group has declined over 30 pet cent during the same period and this stock Is looked upon as representing one oMhcjmqEtst ble and cpn servatively inthe United ii tate3 The Pennsylvania railroad stock t13PpresenteariandahtssEock Rarded as pod as oYcrpment bonds and Its earnings have Increased beyond all pteslvug rarQms The railroads included Jn thejWgrjr SecnrUti s kompany m Of Which to llieadmtnlstratlonbaaattemptcdaurplus for the last tiara year and yet invalueOnethe Chicago BuHingtop A Quincy rail road aijdlthasjufit borrowed for which six per cent was paid thee loan to run until next March The Union Pacific has alto just borrowed 10000 100 on shorttime notes What possible ifid can there be for railroads to borrow money and pay blrtntarestrylbep ep Ihry have according to their own reports a vast surplus There inustibV FOTrrthlnp rotten In thesfate of Den mar Are all these railroad reports of vast earnings and their large Burplus trlcls of bookkeeping to induce the lambs to hey their stock in Wall street There is no doubt the railroadsare do ing more business than ever Before and are charging exorbitant rates forcer Tying freight and passengers So they have undoubtedly earned hR Increased money and their expenses have not opt pace with their earnings What have they done with the money Marc the managers Invested Il in Well s reel or loaned It id the banks those wlth which they are connected l Wall street is In a bad way and the iNej York banks are inextricably mixed up with EpecuIaUon they are loaded down with vast amounts ri undlgested securl1 Utosthe watered stocks of the trusts and corporations The ephemeral pros pertly of Wall street and the New York banks has turned to tight times that forebodes disaster Whose of us who arenotinterested In Wan street could view the discomfiture of the speculators and the extremltyof the banks with composure if did not affect business elsewhere but unfortunately It does Wan street and the New York banks and the railroad mag nates are also the trust managers they control directly or Indirectly about all the products that compose the necessaries of life Their tentacles extend to the uttermost ends df the United States Disaster In Wall street stops the wheels of commerce the Banks all over the country draw in theirhorns 4 decline to mll ke loans Even the farmer feels the impending disaster for he cannot borrow a few dollars to pay the Hired man The country merehant stops buy ing goods and the wholesale houses duce stocks and the manufacturer the Importer doa restricted business Tatd limes come on Real RlkU isun salable and mortgages and Interest are Impaired j The republican of well ll alone when the impendingpanc materializes will be viewed by the pea pIe as lettingbad enough alone and the iTyfor reform VIH be sharp and urgent The protection to the trusts arid the mjl ions hey 11tG piled up cannot stenithe tide of disaster for in hard tithes nigh trust prlc sfall nioreheavjly on the con sumer That such a revulsion Is ing no one with his eyes open can doubt Tlic wise will prepare for It The many rvill suffer for their lack of observation The trust and railroad magnates are at the liottonTof the impending evil They hayej controlTed the policyofthe domt Inant party and have supplied the funds to lcep it In power for their own selfliti ends The republican leaders are ref iponsihle they Save hail ftilfswing and must abide by the result of their ow work i Provide1 forTrielrlFrlena r Another assistant attorney bas been appointed to represent tb ment In suits rind caSes beforethe Spanish treaty claims commission There arc ten other attorneys holding the Fame positions Solve bfttieseat torney8 are in Spain come jn Cvba nd others elsewhere supposed to be look Ifng up facts and testimony HowloBg she commission will be doing buslnees is unknown but it Is safo to cay U wll continue at the Job as long as therejls 1n appropriation available Congresa made a provision that the president should cpntlnjce thevjife dt faetcoiir mission for periods of six months unit U was certain he cdmrhlsslonhad fli shed Ha labors The appointment1y the president of an additional attorneY TridlcaTSsone oftwoThTngs efther there fiABC1Jelmore bu ine s before thecom mission than was expected or suohfa soft snap VUb large salaries and impl traveling expense jl leat tone that attraftg republican prtiu = tans and the to great hat they cannot le shaken from their joli whenionce fast to JtA ifttjier renuous advice byes thoroughbredLrt irmer would senmatters or tess might stop tfae piM wlilcli wouldhaveanlmmedlatejBect tL j 4ItI f J a tID a QDlqfj H D M 5 BiRESS sXDjtE8l 1 f itj Je r t i r iBfJdh rthtfL and isdui3 tI t it It riellrthetr ytfu1tIt 1it I z 10101 lotranltj if tJt Sl l 1 I t itrs n i4fr aDei Farm KOt OfJltIJ 4 11iJOthPaill 1 ir r 1J firfis aa 7yeJe 1c lef1 J IN UQ u J Elr Ifaw JlIU rte J a d J I r lIA rlwl1r tIj t t 1Jco tIItt t thtriIfirli11TrrdiwitJlilyfietli tMb Cbatlhtpe less qi 1 0 u fElt luIIBuitani appfeQ titckeu NI Salvei The trrat proty rt Nowveverybody l r is itvt sij rt1mhtlttyKfility ai d BiV rVru kh fiJdhti rId ettul tiwTPtUiruu down sySems DG fall totrlt Only 50c Satis faeLluuruarautee b ytllprunrl t F A Albert Farris efell dead at ayBillo A wjulo llsteuioK ito a phonograph iDl a trous Wreck 0 raie ussiiess is esboVsible for many ralJwapa refkaid the same causes ie niakiuk humanwrecksut Buerers JTttm tbrall and Lunj troubled But dJu lbuictt tf Dr liIngs11ew Dh c vcry fur Consumpijpp poughsf- UfdCpl s QnutJitj 4eWt Ceases pall be und and bojckss rusl oatlon taste njiir occrsaiy Mrs LdisCrag ct- orcl ser MHSTJ tine of many whose if asiwvtdbyDr Kings Plscov ry Tbli great rcmcdy isguara teed 1I J1 ThlrfatfA vJVOS Diseases by all drurulsLaitrice5o and 1100 Trial bottlefree v The teschersh Ne Yciflctllty hive band d tngeiber in a ow rfuioful zitlon WS A Huiiuwiiy Blcyclf l riiilrjjti d with d tingly coton tgir J UOrntrFranklln Grove III I devaltpldaatubfirrnunyleldirigt doctors and remedies fr four yoai Thou BucVlen Ar lCVtCUrl Hs Jut ac giod iirl ceIda a cruptlous and pars 25at- r ru t1 i TbcRiv Felix MLtpore r Btiir a n Mouut p VPJt1 Caholjqctiurcli Dtn vor was fouud dying inbla cburc frnu a bJOUDthJ Doisiit KesiMct ldiAge Its haueful when youth falls to Sbow proper respect for old age hut but Just the contrary in the case Dr Kings New Life Pills They tot ni maladies romatler how esvere and Ir ospectlvo ofofd ailet yspepHia Jaundice Pcvcr Constipation all yield o this icrfict Pill 25c at drug lore After a courtship of 45 fears John liJiurd ajied 72 aiidMlRSRosii Smith Kd 63 had a bV church wedding at Pltsbtir Pa I lQLLOy TilE FLAG 1J1 nrIr j 1f l r tns t tt tt- rtastif t ti i t r t i j iuIW i5 b4u Niv80 h t 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