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Ebair UUUIidU1TULUIIE 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 1904 NUMBER 20 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J RUSSELL U T BARER DEPUTY IASTER hours work days i30 3 In to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY COURTThrco sewfons a ycaThinl Mondayin May andthirdMonday in January third in September Circuit JudgeII C Baker Commonwealths AttorneY A AIIuddlertoa Sheriff F W Miller Cire tC1erkJ F Neat CouRTFirst in each month Judge TCounty AttorneYrJa Garrett Jr Clerk T R Stults JlilerJ K P AssessorE W Burton Surveyorn T1I1cCaffrcc SuptW Jones CoronerG RusselL Crrxcourt seosad in each mont- hJudgeJas Eubank- AttorneyGonlon Montgomery MarshaLG T Flowers Jr CIIURCII DIRECTORY Buiu Rev W C Clemens pastor Services reeond and fourth Sundays in each month SundayScleol at 3 In every Sat bath prayermeetinc every Wednesday nigHt METHODIST STRBBTTIev F F Lewis pastor Services and third Sundays in oath month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 3 In Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST STnsmPev J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each monlh Sunday every Sabbath at 3 In Prayermeoting Tuesday night PIRB pastor Services second and fourth Sundays in each month SundaySehool every Sabbath al9JO Wednesday nightIn Prnyermeetng LODGES MASONIC Loom No F and A MRegnler meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full in each month Montgomery W James Garnett Jr Secretary n A No meets Friday night after fun moon Ilomce Jeiries II P W W Drndllmw Secretary THE JackofallTrades I HE IShells Saws Wood Grinds Feed Churns Butter Runs Cider Mills Runs Ice Cream Freezers Runs Cream Separators Runs Printing Presses and other machinery He Is Running the Press For This Paper It costs nothing to keep when not working It costs from to 2 cents per hour when working For particulars call on or addre- ssFairbanksMorse S Co 519 W Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY W Ii JEFFRIES SON Agts IIIIr IFURSJ HENRY W EDDLEI 408WMARKET STLOUISVILLEK SOLE AGENT FOR MILLEns HATS SOLE AGENT FOR YOUMANS HATS COMPLETE LlNEJOIINB STETSON HATS Stone Stone AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY 0Will prRctice in the courts in this and ad joining counties 0Special attention given collections FOR SALEA house and lot near the roller mill on road leading to Fair Grounds E L Moss tf lIERE AND THERE Claude Alexander son ot the late A J AlexanJer Is dead n Woodford Four children ot Wm Burke or See bastopul Pa were burned to death Willie Rosnf Marenlo Ind has not missed a day from school In 12 years Bummer Spicer was held In 1500 ball for assassinating James Johnson In Breathttt county At Smythton PI David Kelley killed Shepherd Moore because the latter called him a whlte lJlgerlt The Catholic conference In Wash Inltfln Is arranging plans for evangeh- zlLion throughout the South Thos Martin a prominent young man or Morehead was accidentally hot and killed by Arthur Frank a Negro Last were there were 31 deaths from acute ecrebro spiral meningitis in New York City Supt E II Doak has seat a circular letter letter to each circuit and county clerk In the State notifying them that the recur m cboulls crowd ed to Its utmost capacity and can take no more children until a vacancy oc curs iVORTII TlIIXKLG ABOUT flow aces little Denmark where land Is worth 500 an acre manage to capture the English markets from the big United States The answer Is simply thIs They send men over to study English mar kets and find out the kind ot buttor that England wants these men then go home and make that kind Instead of doing as the Yankees didtry to educate the EngUhwaos appetite to the kind that Americans make In Denmark dairy mr n co operate and help each other In every pJsslble manner they have co operative egg sale houses and cooperative slaughter houses They simply go about doing honest hard work and always produce a uniform productRurai Worid- 1J11ORTANT LA11 The General Assembly or Kentucky at Its session recently adjourned acted a law ot much Importance touch- Ing the validity of deeds which wIll no doubt result in much confusion until purchasers of real estate have familiarized themselves with Its pro visions It declares that all deeds shall cousin a recital of how the grantor ac qured titled whether by deed will or Inheritance It by deed or Lonveydoce- fmru whore tits date whew recorded including detct k anl page It by will I hose ben and where recorder and Jr ay llllaeritlllCt from whew It ptlJldS1 penalty of 25 flue upon the Jerk recrdlo any deed ivlnJ well mnlsots avid invadd ttei the tvstrn merit Great cure should ext rclsed In the fit ur by dranghtamen else when there has been cash payment made upon a deed Incorrectly prepared the purchaser assumes much risk This Is a much needed law for more litigation has resulted from Incolllpetent persons writing deeds than from tiny other source JUSTLY lUN1SIIElJ The Laurel Hili schoolboy who cause near losn his life by an acci dent some days ago has recovered The play ground Is divided by a fence and this mischievlouslad pried up the fence and placed a prop between tae ral s arid poked his head the apperture- in order to peep at the girls without helm seen by ttllm In his excite ment however he knocked the prop out aod got hIs neck caught in a vice like grip between the rails As he lay on the ground squirming like a worm the girls discovered him and went for him with paddle and switches to ens tire satisfaction before they releasod him His neck Is now all right but he Is yet very careful about taking a seat on the hard benchesHarrods burg herald IlE GOT THE EGG- Talk about Yank shrewdness said the traveling man I was Ina little tavern up In Connecticut not long nCI and a farmer came In with eggs to sell Tie transaction took place In the barroom ot the establishment The proprietor agreed to take two dl zen ald when the farmer come to count over the contents of his bas ket he found that he had twentyfive eggs Tbe proprietor wanted the extra egg thrown In for good meas ure The farmer didnt see it that way and they argued the matter At last the proprietor said hed take the twentyfive eggs give the man a drink and call It square The farmer agreed and picketed his money Now whatll you have asked the proprietor The Yankee farmer was ready with hiS reply Sherry and egg said heWash ington Post If you intend teaching this year brighten up on the studies embraced in the Public Schools Take the Normal course at the LindsayWilson School and fear not failure in the examination l AT A T NGENT President Roosevelts greatest trouble Is described as his habit ot going straight to his object law or no law combined with his favorite doctrine the larger gOOdII Mr Roosevelt is both an Innocent man and a remarkable men Legislaton Is too sow for him His Idea of government Is that he must be constantly doing some thing llehasldealswhlch are hinted at In hispublic addresses and the ob ject ot his Presidential life Is to carry them Into elfct ILls said of him by newspapers whlh are well disposed toward him though regretful or his reclpltency that he does things and then expalus that he did not know they were questionable from a law point ot view But he does not undo tbem The extraneous energy or the Preside nt has made him lopular with many thousands Jt petple They admire him as a manor sentiment and action They Include a large class who think that a president Is a god or had man according as times are good or bad during his adminstr- atiocwho think It the provlLce ot government to keep pEtJple out lIr their private dlfficulths The politicians are afraid or him They are In constant apprehension that he will do something dreadhl but they are overawed by his pOPularity with tllllUsands- ur men v ho have votes and who do not hesitate to shift them It all their wishes are not consulted ard their champions placed at the front If Mr UIosuelt would learn hat those people who understand the real prlcCI pies ot governmentwho know what government Is furdo not want him to overwOk himself he would be a much better President than he Is Ilappice Is not the offspring or turmoil Let the Government go along quietly when there Is nothing parttcu Jar for it to doeven obscurelyand the people will trke care or them selves The best Government Is that which governs the least Is an old fashioned motto built Isstlll the true doctrine There arc certain principles that are eternal There may be spasmodic running off after rlllse no tIons but the people hardly ever fall to getrlghtin the endClncln nati Enquirer SETElYCE SERJIOYS A whining religion wins none Work Is the one cure for worry Duut judge the nut by the burr Faith Is more than fear ot the future A double mind Is always a borrowed one A little seer Is worth a lot ot criti cism Duty Is the law or which love Is the liftMan judges by OUr hits God by our alms Piety is the opposite ot spiritual pauperism The cross Is a good ywul but a poor sltu- Flmnml of rhetoric make poor food for faith Nothing Is conquered untIl self Is overcomeA snap has a hard catch In It somewhere Service for others Is the solvent or our own sorrows Oaly a dead honor needs pride to preserve it When justIce Is falling an excuse Is a poor umbrella Shutting theeyes to the daD er slJ nal does not clear the track You cannot go forward without leaning same things behind Watching the other mans patch will not keep the weeds uulof your own They know too much about family trees to have much reverence for them In heaven The mao who makes a success at being sad Is not likely to have a chance at another jIbChicago Tribuna VISION OF TIlE BRIGIIT SIDE The optimist Is not In the ranks or the majority In this bright contradictory world of ours but even when he plays a lone hand beg a house full ot company all by himself lle Is not confined to any particular locality he heralds the sunlight on the mountain crest or waits the fob tillment ot its promise amid the vines and viol ti tf the vales Courageous In al confident ot all And disappointment has but one word from him Better luck next time When the cyclone sweeps the house awlY his consolation isthe land Is left and when tbeeartltquake takes the land In tberestill is totot Ground where he can stand and shout Hallelula There is In all a recognition or the cares and responsibilitIes or Litethe thorns as well as roses but the song Is somewhere In the sorrow and light Is Imprisoned In a tear even in desola tion there Is redeeming hope and love and future jy Where Is the bright side In this dally whirl of Life Itis often where you dream It Is and where you look to find It And to dream or It alone Is artII P H B2LDBUGGIES SURREYS HARNESS BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICESSend for Catalogue BuildingLouisvill66ntUGKU vwtvvwii 15A M EMLER PRESIDENT THEO RECTANUS VPRES 5 5 c W COLE MANAGER 5 m Now Farmers Home Hotel m i5 400 422 EAST MARKET STREET Above Preston Louisville Ky E 1n o t 7 7iJGcet 1Squtpt X100 pcr atcig tn the Unitc0 itatcsisv STREETCAR FACILITIES TO ALL PARS OF CITY 5 ivvirririrvwi TOUCHED CLEVELAND When Grover Cleveland was elected President the first time he was sitting In his office one day when Gen Alfred Ouendorff ot Illinois was ushered In tosse him Well Mr President said the General I suppese you have seen about every Democrat in the cuntry by this time All but ml substitute I tblnk replied the President I am looking for him every minute He made a tight bargain and got aU the money I had when he went to the Civil War I never saw him again until I was elected Mayor or Buffalo lIe ambled Into my ollice there soon after I was elected told him I supposed he was killed In battle but be said he had pulled out ot the war with his life was hard up and wanted 10 I gave it to him and heard nothing more of him until I became Governor ot New York He showed up promptly In Albany and borrowed another 10 Now I am President and between callers I have been watching that deor all day Im really a little disappointed Here I am ready for him And the President drew from a pacious pocket a crumpt d tendollar bill and tossed It on the table In front ot him vBII rORK JIUST SETTLE iT The Atlanta Constitution In a stroug and timely editorial warns the dl mocracy of New York ot the grave responsibility resting upon it In this emergency It a New York state convention Instructs for Parker says thatpapzr no power on earth can prevent his nomination it St Louis It It does notthefight for the nomina tion has just begunand It Intimates no power or earth can tell where it will go Voicing this same sentiment The Montgomery Advertiser nd The Norfolk Virginian Pilot representing heretofore diametrically opposite views on party men and measures have recently had strong editorials Other southern newspaper are urging the same thing Indicating that a positive and unequivocal declaration on the part ot the New York demcc racy Is a nEcessity at thIs tIme for the harmonious action ot the party New forks instructs ns for Parker would be Immediately followed as the Constitution points out by like action In nearly enery southern state which Nould mean Judge Parkers nomina nation New York pronihes to Instruct for Parker and it It should the hope ot democracy will at last be realized and a fighting vigorous well dlclp lined organization will leave St Louis tuly quipped for a victorious came pasgn There Is no need now or discussing any alternative resultFrom The Chattanooga Times Bourse Cockran told Congress some hat truths and Congress knew it Congress knows that the President usurped its authority In Issuing the recent pension extension order but the Republican majority or Congress also kno tvs that the order was Issued for the purpose or promoting Republican success at the polls next November and as the Republican Congress men are Interested In that no less than the President they condone the Presidents usurpation for the sake or their own political fortunes The Bepubll can leaders decided that accession to the demand for service pensions was expedient In this campaign year but It was easier to accomplIsh this by having the President Issue an order than It woald be to pass a bIll through Congress Besides the Executive order would give them a chanceto attempt to carry water on both shoulders hy at once satisfying the pension raiders and at the same tIme quibbling to the country that no such pensIon exten sion would result from the order Courier Journal o Every Town tins A liar A sponger A smart Alec A girl who giggles A weather prophet A neighborhood fued A woman who tattles A man who knows it all A boy who cuts up in church A few meddlesome old women A thing that stares at wo menA stock law that is not enforc ed A widower who is too gay for his age Some men who make remarks about women A few who know how to run the affairs of the country A grown young man who laughs every time he says anything A girl who goes to the postdf flce every time the mail comes Scores of men with the caboose of their trousers worn smooth as glassA man who grins when you talkand laugh aloud after he has said somethingEx In a test case Judge James P Gregory decided that Revenue Agent Frank Lucas has no cause of action against State banks for back taxes on deposits c M Brown Peoples candidate for Governor ot Fir rdl advertises himself thus In the newspapers or his state Flttyslx years a ctizen uf this state A soldier under Gen R E Lee from first to last day Carries four Yankee bullets as a gentle reminder ot that great bloody struggle The friend ot the peope KILLING IN CLINTON COUNTY One CJlnton county man killed In stantly and another so badly wotnded that his death Is momentarily expect ed Is the record tf results ot Sunday drunks In wIdely separated part ot the county At Wautauora Rub York Ed Seldon and Jack Dully are alleged to have been drunk and boisterous ui the main street ot the tOWJ when Con stable William Seldon about ortyfive years or ageattempted to arrest them After temporiznl with the men f r awhile he tinaliy drew his revolver but hesitated toshoot In a rough and tumble fight for slme reason or other not even attempting to shoot the weapon was taken from him by one or the men A single shot was fired and the Constabe fell dead In his tracks the bullet having penetrated theheart Dully Rue York and Ed Seldon were arrested and brought to the j ail here Ed Seldon Is a cousin of the ol11cer who was killed It Is believed the Constable hesitated to tire on the men only because one ot them was his cousin On WillIs creek not tar from here Constable Jack Reed attempted to arrest Porter Farris and Bud Elmore both or whom arealleged to have been drunk lIe was knockd down and bad ly beaten his skull fractured and his race horribly bruised Furls and El more were arrested and are In the county jail here Seventy Japanese transports laden with trcops are said to be headed for Kin Chu north or Port Arthur E 6t1UOHE 60 SASH DOORS BLINDS AND All Kinds of Building MateriallIRITEFOR IESTIMATESv 123 125 EMainSt LOUISVILLE IYr 91 GROCERIES0 I keep a Fresh and Complete Stock of Groceries Will Sell as Cheap as Any Man Country Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods Give Me a Part of Your Trade and Try My ValuesISOUTH SIDE OP I unIW SQUARE O A C O YJ C BTIOWSIm R P BROWNING BROWNING BROS COLUMBIA LIVERYMEN Splendid Vehicles firstclass teams safe drivers Our Stable at all tImes is well stocked with provender Your trade so licited Ulltrancewater Street Pcw outfits fOr all purposes IEGJ SlMANGE9 JHjIEill1Y EW9 BIhUINl3ILi9o n IIlIENTID IKW 0 fI0 We Keop a Full and Completo Line of Fresh Groceries WILL DELIVER Them to Any Homo Inside the Corpo rate Limits of Columbia o PHONE 4G GIVE Us A rART OF YOUR BUSINESS PLACE OF BUSINESS CORNER OS SQUARE AND JAMESToI N STREET Pickett Tobacco Warehouse INDEPENDENT C A Bridges Co 4 PROPRIETORS Oar Eighth and Main Streets CHAS A BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Four Jfonlls Storage Free OR JAMES MENZIES Columbia Ky LOVISSLILLE Ky iOFFICE JEFFRIES BLDG ROOM 6 OTEOpfITJ1Y u Consultation and Examination Free at Office 0000000000L Oo oooe00o 00 0O00 00 COLUMBIABY 0 IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Q Architecture containing 35 new neat and well yen 0t- ilated w 0 rooms It is nicoly furnished conveniently 00 located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky 0Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three 0 hood sample rooms for commercial men M H MARCUM Propr 000000000000000000 0000000 i c w P BRANDENBURG ateJeweler636w Market LOUISVILLE KY I 0 Full line of Watches Clocks Diamonds and Jewelry Spectacles Silverware Etc Fine Watch Repairing All Work Warranted DRESSED LUMBER The undersigned proprletlJr of the PlanIng Millrlocated on Sulphur Fork desire to say that we are 0 ready to deliver all kinds of lumber In the town or r Columbia at the very lowest prices yve also keep upon the yard a large lumber which we will deliver upon ROUGHILUMBERfAll prices we ask Is to examine our John W Morrisoll t II hc tuiv ountJ CUt Published Every Wednesday BY THE orairINCORPORATED CMAB DARKS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia rostoflicc as second lass mail matte- rWEDI APRIL 20 1904 The Republicans of this coun ty held precinct meetings in the thirteen voting places last Saturday afternoon for the purpose of selecting a committeeman in each precinct It was a Hunter and Edwards fight and the Hunter men claim they won a majority of the committeemen We do not know how the committee will stand at its meeting to be held next Saturday for the purpose of electing a Chirman but will give each sides claim at this time The Hunter men say they are sure of ten votes out of the thir teen and the Edwards men confi dently claim six The Edwards forces also claim that the election in the Little Cake precinct was illegal The tale will be told next Saturday The Somerset Journal has the following concerning the Hunter Edwards fight in Pulaski Of ficial returns from 25 precincts are in and of that number the Cooper faction claim twelve leav ing 13 of the officially reported precincts in the Hunter column The Cooper crowd claim 17 com mitteemen conceding 15 to Hun ter The Hunter people also claim 17 and conceed 15 with one precinct to pass upon The Republicans of this section ought not to speak of Democrat ic transgressions since their scramble of last Saturday The G 0 P seems to have lost its youthful virtues and ambition marks the course of party pro cedure In the entire history of party organization in this county no such efforts and methods were ever indulged in by either of the great political parties In an opinion of Judge Hobson the Court of Appeals holds that the law providing for the assess ment of the shares of national banks of the State is valid and does not conflict with the national banking act The decision was in the case of the Common wealth against the Citizens Na tional Bank of Boyle county A dissenting opinion was filed by Judge Paynter and Nunn Hon Carl Day who was the Representative from Breathitt county in the last Legislature and the author of the bill prohibiting coeducation of the whites and blacks in Kentucky died at Lex ington Tuesday of last week A t good man has gone leaving a leg islative record that is indorsed by all right thinking men of Ken tucky Last Tuesday the Republicans of Louisville mapped out a plan which they hope will bring about harmony The present arrange ment is to nominate ExGov W 0 Bradley for Congress and to divide the other honors Ex pressions have been heard all around except from Boss Sapp T1 In our judgment Dr Hunter t did not add strength to his candi dacy when he announced in a speech at Barbourville that he had given bed and board for two years to John L Powers a broth er of Caleb Powers who was indicted for complicity in the murder of Governor Goebel 4 All the wills of the late Cassius M Clay were declared nulland void by Judge Benton in the Richmond circuit court the Court deciding that the testator was of unsoundmind All his property will go to the natural heirs Dora Brock the child wife will appeal from the decision as Andrew Carnegie says he stand sready to chip in one million dollars to help in the Roosevelt canvass Mr Carnegie also poses as a great religionist and of course religion and the buying of J votes go together t 4 fs f t The Russian fleet at Port Ar thur has sustained another tre mendous loss the battleship Pet ropavlovsk having been wrecked and almost its entire crew drown ed including Vice Admiral Mak aroff The vessel according to official reports was steaming out of the harbor to meet the Japa nese fleet in combat when it struck a mine and turned turtle The loss of life is believed to be about 800 Only four of the of ficers and possibly twenty of the crew are reported to have escap ed The Grand Duke Cyril was seriously injured Official re ports say that the Japanese fleet disappeared after the disaster but reports from other sources say an engagement was in prog ress later in the day The news of the disaster has created t sorrow in St Petersburg requium mass has been announc ed to tae place in the Admiralty church U The Guthrie National Bank o Guthrie Aklahoma closed its doors one day last week due to a rush from depositors This bank was considered one of the strong est financial institutions in the territory and held territorial funds to the amount of 250000 Mr R M Grissom of that city gives the information that busi ness is practically paralyzed since the failure The cause of the withdrawal of funds has not yet been explained So far as we know it was not the result of speculation nor the misappropriation of funds consequently it must have been as illy advised as disastrous as the institution is said to be solvent The St Louis Republic says Democratic voters need not wait for the various decisions of the National Convention They should be making those decisions themselves First of all they should be telling the leaders that the knitting together of Demo cratic forces is the work which distinguish leadership from self seeking With union the Demo cratic party can win a national victory and regain control of several important States What to prevent Nothing except the rivalries the jealousies of individuals Ambitious men strive to hold or increase their power in the party by provoking irrita tions and fighting against peace Col Thomas M Green died at his home in Danville a few days ago aged 67 years Fifteen years ago he shot and kille State Senator Baldwin of mine county in front of the Phoe nix Hotel Lexington The trag edy occurred during the unveil ing of the John C Breckinridge monument Colonel Green had been in the revenue service for many years While engaged in target prac tice last Wednesday off the coast of Florida two thousand pounds of powder exploded in the battle ship Missouri killing twentynine men five of whom were officers in the navy There were several others wounded two of whom it was thought would die A destructive fire visited Mc Kinney Texas on the 12th inst About onehalf of the town was destroyed It was with great difficulty that the hotel owned by Mr Chapman Dohoney formerly of Cane Valley this county was saved The failure of the Guthrie Na tional Bank Guthrie Okla must have been due to the fail ure of the Kansas Democracy to indorse Mr Hearst and the threatening of the country with another Roosevelt administration The Republicans of this county satjurdayConvention to be held in Louis ville As a result of a factional fight among the members of the Christ ian church at Huntsville Ala bama two preachers and three laymen have been arrested for injuring church property You should subscribe for Ginseng News if you are interested in the cultivation of Ginseng It will give you much valuable information on the subject Only 20 cents a year 5 cents a copy Published quarterly by Geo E Wilson Cane Valley Ky Mention The Adair County News when writing Imo REPORTo Made to the Comptroller of the Treasury of the Conditfon OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK No 6769 fT COLUMBIA Ili Ttih STATE OF KENTUGKY fT THE CLOSE OF BUS INESS MflRGH 20 1904 RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts secured and unsecur 100121 S Bonds to secure circulation Premiums on U Bonds 110157 Bonds securities etc Banking bousr furniture and fixtures Due from National Banks cot reserve agents 5362 Due from npproied reserve agents 02AFractional taper currencynick els nod cents ScJo 57i3780 Legaltender notes2015Redemption fund wi h U Treasurer 5 per cent of cir 50fTotal 9seo LTAIHLITIE5- Cupiwl sock paid in Undivided profits loss expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding Duo to other National Banks Individual deposits snLjeet to chek Liabilities over than these above stated profit and foseso cr isf Conxrv oftoAln- I j it II Hughes Cashier of the above named bank do lolownly swear that the above statement is true to till bust ofmy ki ovvledge and belief E II Hughes Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of April W COHlKY P CKY Commission expires January ConuEcr Attest J P Director N Director Director Coniiienee bus ness October BELLS HOTEL Lebanon Ku FranK 5611 Prwletor 0 This btlJ Is located opposite the L N Dapa and Is a splendid place at which to stop GUIld feasts excellent attention and tbe rates very reasona ble Trade of Adair and adjiluinj solieitrds 0400000000eeee I ButiTool At my factory on Greasy Creek o eoO My machinery is in excellent jotreatment E L REESE dp JAMESTOWN KY p ieo oeoo o+ oeoooooeeoaeea a BIG FOUR o The Best Lute to- INDIANAPOLIS o Aud Michigan all PEORIAI BUFFALOI ufrm ulii cheorfnlly fur Dished on application at iJCity Tiokft Office Big Four R ute No 2594th Av or write to S J Gates G nl Agt Patsgr Dipart input Louisville Ly Xi ee Xe VETIHERY SURGEON Fistulo Poll evii splints spaviaor any stirirlcal work done at fair prices fixed to take care of stock Iam attention to eyes S D CKENSHAW- X mils from Columbia on Disappointment Creelsboro Ky March 29 1904 Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned administrator ofManuel Sloan will until the 15th day of May 1904 hear proof of claims against said Sloans estate All claims must be presented in writing and verified by affidavits as required by law G W We have revised our subscription list and possibly some names has been over looked If any subscriber fails to get his paper this office should be notified DRESSED BUILDING LUMBER T1URTOSC- OLUMBIR KENTUCKY The undersigned have just put in new machinery and are ready possibleCustom Work Veranda Trimmings Mouldings Etc a Specialty OFFICE ON SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE THE SAME OLD STAND PHONE 43 L C HURT EDWIN HURT HARDWARE SADDLES HARNESS FARM IM PLEMENTS AND FIELD SEEDS CORN DRILLS o EMPIRE SHOE SUPERIOR Disc PLANTERS FRIEND AND BLACK HAW- KCULTIVATORS 0 NEW WESTERN LITTLE JOKER AND BUCKEYE BUGGIES and HARNESS HERE ahoved Within Depot Repairing Russell ARE BEST WAGONS OLD HICKORY AND FARM NATIONAL NONE We can please you in anything needed in our line Call on us Wm R JEFFRIES SON- Columbia Ky Columbia Roller Millc- xcccccoj r 00G We manufacture the Sou P venir and White Lily 8 Brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and pay tthe market cash price We keep a large stock with 8 make and from other mills g Flour We furnish all ofI 0 of Rough Lumber promptly filled aXSS Myers Staples Robertson Columbiaco Kentucky lilmore Hotel W ML WLLilORE Prop Qradyvile Kentucky IT Is no better place to stop than at the named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attach- edBOBBITT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBBITT SON Proprietors Railroad Street Fifty Yards of the 0 Newly and neatly furnished Ilea beds Special accommodations for commercial men Rates reasonable Trade of Adair and adjoining counties srccTfclly solicited NOTICE U7E ARE NOW READY ANY KIND of Blacksmithing horseshoeing and wool work all kinds of Buggy Carriage and Wagon Wears also prepared to apply all kinds of new ItUBBER TIRE reIIpairsp ces on depot street near Main Give us a CLARK PARSON Campbellsville Ky Mar fly ic S GRADYDENTIST 0IGold work Filling OFFICE over if Murrells Store Columbia Ky 000 0000000000000 00000 00 PLOWS o VULCAN PLOWS THE o TENNESSEE Vl7AGO- NSFERTILIZER 0 GLOBE AND BETTER our f C M WISEMAN SONf VYELS RS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0 ectal attention given to work and all ordersof goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd OpoatteMuarc Hail LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon stock- Yards CA1T1K Extra shipping 13 50g3 75 Llghtshipping 2 50350 Best butchers 4 004 25 Fair to good butchers 3 03 75 Common to medium btchr 3 003 40 QOQ8 Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 tbs 5 20 Fair to good packing 160 to 200tt s 4 95 Good to extra light 120 to 160 ibs 4 50 81IKKP AND LAMBS good to extra shipping Sheep 3 503 75 Fair to good 2 502 75 Common to medium 1502200 THE ADAIRCOUNTY NEWS 11 NEW LIVERY FIRM flASSIE CHEWNING COLUMBIAKY 0We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm o- fStaples Robertson Co 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 GRADYVILLE STOCK FARM JORDAN PEACOCK No 1148 S H R The best breeder in Kentucky will make the present season at his home in Gradyville Ky at the liw price of 1500 to insure a living dolt money due when the colt is foaled or mare traded or leaves the neighborhood if mare loses a colt by hard service or rough treatment he owner must pay for the season JORDAN PEACOCK has proven tole the best breeder in Kentucky his colts command the highest prices at any age They have been sold as high as 250 at months- Id and as high as 2000 at 4 years old There never has been a horse in Southern Ky that his get has sold as high as Jordan Pea cocks as a show horse he stands with a record second to none He has been shown at the best fairs iu Kentucky and Tennessee and has defeated the best Stallions Mares and Geldings in both States imongthom was tho Great Highland Denmark Monty Crisp Jr Thornton Star and the greatest of all show Stallions the great Ken tucky Squirrel owned by Mr L W Preston of Glasgow and a host Ifother good one too numerous to mention Jordans colts are also winners Jordan Star made 22 shows at 2yearsold and won 21 blues and one rd Willie Peacock at 2yearsold won the sweepstake at Horse Gave lor the best New York Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding over a host of good ones among them was Jane Carter the great New Yorksaddle mare owned by J T Crenshaw of Lexington who won the 1000 stake at Kansas City Willie Peacock also won at Horse Cave for the educated premium over 7 entries of the best educated horses in Kentucky Now if you want to raise the best breed to Jordan Peacock and you will get the best Jordan Peacock was sired by Peacock No 499 he by Blue Jeans No3 he Pertus Halson im ported Jordans 1st Dam by Cabbells Lexington he by Guist Black Hawk and he by Bloods Black Hawk Jordans 2nd dam by Lewis Jordan thoroughbred from 2 to 7 dam thoroughbred There is not a better bred horse living than JORDAN PEACOC- will also stand a fine BLACK JACK 5 years old sired by Gov St John and dam by Imported Leon at 7 00 to insure a mare in foal All care to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur Pasture at 50 cts per week or grain fed at cost Respt W L Grady Bigger Stocks Better Values In Carpets Rugs Mailings and Linoleum Four Immense DisplayFloors Qualities and Prices Right When in Louisville be sure to call on us You are wel come whether you buy or not HllDDUGH Bros 524526528 W Market StlI LOUISVILLE KY WOOD ON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS Uood50i ieu15 9 Bro ARE 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 Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers FERTILIZERTen car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertilizer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newswhen you write WOODSON LEWIS BRO Greensburg Kentucky f t PERSONAL MENTION L W Bennett was in Liberty last Thursday Mr Geo F Stults spent last week in Campbellsville W R Lyon of Campbellsville was here last week Mr Columbus Flowers has been quite sick for a week Mrs Georgia R Shelton was on the sick list last week Mrs F M Frazer returned to Mid dlesboro last Friday Mr J W Townsend Milltown was in Columbia last Friday Mr C F Mantz of Campbellsville was here last Saturday Mr Jo Coffey Jr and wife visited in Campbellsville Sunday Mrs W R Lyon Campbellsville visited in Columbia last week Congressman W G Hunter and his son Godfrey were here Saturday Mrs Bert Wolford visited Miss Lu cille Bowman at Liberty last week Mrs Kizzie Murrell is in the Louis ville and Cincinnati market this week Mrs Ellen Wheat and her son Sam of Montpelier visited in Columbia last week Miss Mildred Walker of Gradyville visited Miss Nellie Follis a few days agoMessrs J D Sharp and Sam Elliott of Amandaville were in town last Monday Mrs Herbert McLean of Campbells ville is visiting her mother in this l town Mr O A Taylor of Montpelier re turned from Louisville last Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs J D Walker of Gra- f dyville spent one night last week in this city Mrs Henry Sublett of Taylor coun ty visited Mrs J A Parsons of this city last week Miss O M Reed who has been teach ing at Manchester Ky returned home Saturday night Mr Lee Smith of Burksville spent several days of last week with relatives and friends here Mr J II Chew the welllmown stave man was in Columbia several days of last week Mr S D Caldwell one of the best farmers in the D1Iltown country was in town last Friday Mesdames G II Nell S D Caldwell and Miss Sallie Diddle Gradyville were in town shopping last Friday Mrs Josh Butler who lives out of town and who was very sick several daIs of last week is much better Messrs Z M Staples and W R My ers have returned from Texas We derstand they purchased more timber and will start a mill soon Mr J A Winfrey of near Boyle Casey county and Mr R C Neal of a Eunice this county were in Columbia on business last Thursday Mr J W Flowers has accepted the position as stenographer for an oil com pany now drilling in Cumberland county He has entered upon the discharge of his duties Mr Wm Conover who has been in Texas for the past two years reached home a few days ago His sister Miss Eliza had been very sick and it was her illness that brought him home Mr C C Henson who a short time ago purchased the Cain farm on Burks yule pike five miles from Columbia was in town last Friday He stated to a News man that he was well pleased with his location and also with his neighbors Mr R 11 Hurt returned from Clark Range Tenn Tuesday of last week Mr Hurt has spent a year in the mountaind of Tennessee for the benefit of his health hunting fishing etc His friends throughout the county will be glad to learn that he returns fully restored He speaks in glowing terms of the pure mountain air Dr R II Perryman of this county who was called to Franklin Ind to see his daughter Mrs Sam Swiggett re turned home last week IIe found his laughter much better and his other Indiana friends in fine spirits The doctor subscribed for the News for his daughter saying that she liked the duringhisMr G W Dillon Breeding and Mr Lee Grissom Bliss both merchants are in Louisville this week Miss Virgie McLean visited relatives at Cane Valley Sunday The many friends of Mr Matthew Taylor were glad to see him in Columbia last Monday Mr Taylor has been confined to his home for two years and is yet a feeble man Mr Wm Phelps of Glenille who has been in feeble health for months was able to be in town the first of the week Mr Phelps is a good citizen and his friends were glad to see him out LOCALJOTTINGS Some men make records beats Others are known ns cheats Many eat drink and are merry Until the time approaches to bury The proprietor of the Russell Springs Hotel is making preparations to entertain an unusual uumber of guests this Spring and Summer lids hotel is in boardersl i It is believed that the freeze last Saturday nigEt killed all the peaches and the early apples On the 2nd page of this paper can be found a statement of the condition of the First National Bank this city Honesty is not a commercial product not the manufacturer of genius nor the result of environments It is an inher ent principle more valuable than any other atribute in the makeup of man We stated last week that the Fiscal Court would require so much money and the right otvay to and from the proposed Green river bridge 4 feet wide The width should have read 40 feet wide Judge T A Murrell has appointed Mr John Fli Burton to fill out the un expired term of Mr Eli Burton who was the Assessor of Adair county and who died several weeks ago The appointee is a son of the deceased Mr Azbill was in the News office Saturday and reported that the pros pests for building the road from here to Lebanon were good He also stated that he had raised several thousand dollars more than enough to organize the company The raising of subscriptions for the interurban railroad is moving along nicely in Marion and the Manville sec tion of Taylor county Mr Azbill writes very encouragingly and feels sure that his efforts will not be in vain He expects to open an office in Leban on at once- Deputy United States Marshal T R Morrison arrested Crickett White of color in Greensburg last Tuesday night and lodged him in jail here Wednesday for violating the revenue laws He was tried before Commissioner Winfrey Thursday and held to awgit the action of the Federal grand jury lie gave bond We need more money we are still in debt twelve hundred dollars If you have not paid the amount that is due the LindseyWilson Training School do so at once We want this matter settled Send or bring the money to N M Tutt Treasurer J R Hindman Guarantors RM Hopkins S S Evangelistof Ken tucky will hold S S Institute at ley this county beginning the night of May 21 and close on the 23 Also at Columbia on May 23 to 26 Stereopti- con lecture will be given at each place free Mr Hopkins will also attend the meeting at CUne Valley on the 27th to 29th and will deliver a lecture on Sat urday night at 730 He will hold S S Institute at Dunnville May 30 to 31st There are several crack players of carroms in Columbia and many interest ing games are played in the rear part of W F Jeffries Sons hardware building Last week Col C H Mur rell and James Beard played Comman der N M Tutt and G T Sherrill to a finishand when the last ball was pock eted the cues thrown down the last two named were covered all over in de feat It was a waterloo worse equal to an Appomatox How bad to be de feated in your own game Eight young men students of The Male High School Louisville were con testants for a medal in oratory last Friday night The prize was won by Earl Russell Epperson a son of the late W P Epperson who a number of years ago was a resident of Columbia and a partner of Mr J O Russell in the mer cantile business The friends of young Epperson were so elated at his success that whe nthe announcement was made that he was the winner they lifted him upon their shoulders and bore him from the building His subject was Wo man a Threefold Problem The Connecticut Mutual Life Insur ance Company has made a very desira ble change in its policies Hereto fore a holder could surrender his policy at the expiration of the first ten years and at the end of every five years re ceiving cash value for the same The change made gives the holder the right to surrender at the end of every five years receiving cash value The Con necticut Mutual is the best dividend paying company in the United States and conducts its business upon economi cal principles For further informa tion see J E MURRELL There will be six murder cases to try at the term of the Adair Circuit Court beginning the third Monday in May There will be more business than any court for years All the termtwo weekwill be occupied in disposing of the cases We are informed that Sher iff Miller and his deputies are up with their work but they expect to receive many more papers before the opening of court Albert Burton and those charged with being implicated with him in the murder of Marvin Conover will be indicted immediately after the grand jury convenes and there Js no doubt but they will be given trials at the coming term The meeting at the Baptist church continues and while there has not been any great demonstration on the part of the unconverted yet at nearly every professingTaylor is a man of great power a deep thinker a clear and forceful reasonet and a man who shows his heart in the producingerent Christians as well as calling the sinner to repentance The meeting will continue until Thursday night and ofGod Masonic Notice It has been given out and generally understood that Columbia Royal Arch Chapter No7 would give a banquet on Friday evening May 6 191 It was the intention of the Chapter to carry out this plan but on account of the serious illness of Companion M H Marcum who is a member ofsaid Chap ter the Council and all other Compan ions with whom we have talked think it best to postpone the banquet and in accordance with said opinion the enter tainment for the present is called off Horace Jeffries High Priest T R Stults King Sam LewIs Scribe MISS ELIZA CONOVER DEAD The announcement last Monday morn ing of the death of this estimable lady was a surprise to her many friends in Columbia She was known to be in del icate health but her friends about town were not advised of the seriousness of her condition andas above stated wereI shockedwhen the news of her demise reached town She was a daughter of John and Amanda Conover and was born and reared upon the farm where she died Early in life she embraced religion andconnected herself with the Baptist Church and was a devoted member when the end came Her parents died many years ago but she is survived byi three brothers Robert William and John N and two sisters Mrs J P Dohoney and Miss Sallie Conover She was buried yesterday at 10 oclock aIm in the family cemetery Rev J P Scruggs officiating many relatives and friends being present To the surviving members of the family The News eX ends its sympathy lJILLIS WILSON On Thursday the 7th day of this month Mr Ernest T WIllis a former citizen of this place and Miss Maryi Wilson a popular and attractive young lady of the Glasgow Junction section were happily married at the Morehead House Bowling Green This marriage was a great surprise to Mr Willis friends here as his contemplated union was not known to his most intimate friends We take it that the bride and groom will visit Columbia at an early day and will be given a hearty welcome by the grooms mother and his numer ous friends For the past two years Mr Willis and his brother Mr M O Willis have been conducting a drug business at Cave City Ky RED LEXIXGTOXS COLTS In advertising our Stallion Red Lex ington we said nothing of him as a breeder from the fact he had no foals up to that time his first season being made in 1903 Since our advertisement appeared in this paper we have inspect ed his colts and have failed to find a bad one They are all fine individuals good size and have extreme action sub stance and finish Their owners are all returning their mares and say the colts are the best they have ever raised This horse is beyond a doubt the best ever offered the public in this section of Kentucky and is beyond question des tined to prove a sire second to none See his colts and decide for yourself Immediately after Albert Burton the murderer of Marvin Conover was lodg ed in jail a report gained circulation that the Circuit Judge would call a special term of c o u r t and give him a trial without further delay but such proceedings were not seriously consid ered as the Adair circuit court regular term will begin the third Monday in next month There was some talk of a mob before Burton was captured but after he was lodged in jail everybody seemed perfectly willing to let the law take its course There is not the slight est apprehension that Burton will be disturbed by a mob The good citizens of Adair county believe in upholding the law and believe that just punishment will be meted out to the murderer by a jury of twelve men Burton attempted to run when the arresting parties came upon him and he was shot before he stopped receiving a number of squirrel shot about his body and shoulder He was not dangerously hurt and the indi cations are that he will be well by the time circuit court convenes MILLINER We have the latest styles in Millinery fancy notions and ladies furnishing goods Come to see us over the First National Bank MIss BIRDIE POWELL MIss MYRT STAPLES Mrs Tim Bradshaw and daugh ter Miss Effie are now receiving their Spring millinery They in vite their friends to call and ex amine the latest designs in hats bonnets etc satisfied that they can be pleased Mr James Pike who lives near Co burg had one of his legs amputated last Monday Drs U L Taplor N M Hancock and E B Atkinson being the attending surgeons It is our un derstanding that a diseased foot made the amputation necessary and that this was the second amputation a portion of the limb having heretofore been re moved The Annual District meeting of the Christian churches of the counties of Adair Cumberland Metcalfe and Rus sell will convene at Cane Valley on Friday before the fifth Sunday in May Program will appear in due time A ladies pocket book containing some candy and a handkerchief was found in the road near Bliss by Mr M C Win frey last Friday The owner can secure it by calling at this office A good farm for sale cheap S D CRExsuAw- lun4bia Ky 2m PREACIUFG NEXT SUNDAY WS Dudgeon Freedom Z T Williams Nell W H C Sandidge Temperance G W Montgomery Liberty J F Barger Freedom F E Lewis Mill town A L Moll Pleasant Ridge T J Campbell Clear Spring G Mayfield Liberty J L Adkins Friendship J B Debord Russell Springs J P Scruggs Gradyville- J F Hopkins Bethel Ridge W G Bradford Salem W C Clemens Columbia T Huffaker Neatsburg To the citizens of Adair county The undersigned are in the tombstone busi ness at Campbellsville Ky Camp bellsville is your neighbor and as you have no manufacturer of this work in Columbia would it not beto your inter est to patronize us We guarantee satisfaction both if quality of work and prices We solicit work from Adair and adjoining counties COAKLEY SIIIIS BROS Breed to Red Bird the inbred Cabell Lexington at 1000 His colts have sold for the highest average price of any horse ever in this country I also have another good horse 16 hands high Lexington and Artist 600 two jacks at 500 each to insure living colts in all cases W S GRIFFIN Cane Valley Ky 4t JfdCOJIB ILLINOIS EDITOR NEWS CoLuM nA KY DEAR SIR This will inform you that the News is still a welcome visitor and as I peruse its columns many pleasant memories of my old home and friends arise I see you still advocate the right principles the ones handed down by our forefathers the ones that shaped our country from its cradle to manhood tided it over many difficult problems and gave it power and prestige The Democracy in this part of the country is in line for W R Hearst who gave more aid in our last fight than any other Democrat He is from NeW York California and Chicago so he ought to suit the coun try at large We are tired of Roose velt Cowboy Roughrider The Demo crats in this country are true and ready for a fight to a finish believing that a great victory awaits us The attempt to credit Mr Roosevelt with producing good times is failing to be fruitful ar gument The people ara not all dupes Success to The News J M LOGAN YOSEMITE Sam Sharp is preparing to build a residence on his fathers farm west of town CountyNewsing hard in the interest of the paper The feeling among Republicans in this neck of the woods seems to favor Parker for congress Hunter and Ed wards are not in it a little bit The grip seems to be getting in its work here Quince Jones A M Estes and Dr Wesley are a few of the many who failed to fill their ice hous es last winter came near having an op portunity to do so last week There was considerable anxiety for the safety of the fruit during the late cold snap The ladies were especially anxious but we are glad to announce that we will have fruit yet We would write up a column or so of unimportant personals each weekand worry the readers of the News but we are at peace with every one of them and have no desire whatever to afflict them in that way It has been the practice of certain Lincoln county parties to fill up on mean whisky with which that county abounds and come down here seine the river arid make the night hideous with their inhuman yells until our people have be come tired Steps are being taken to break it up Some of these days some body is going to be surprised We are always glad to have our neighbors come to seeus but when they come yelling like Comanche Indians toviolate the law by seining our streams we would prefer that they stay at home Lincoln coun ty has good citizens but they come in day time when they want to fish and behave themselves while here The Casey County News has begun the advocacy of better roads in the county which is beginning right Three is nothing we need more than good roads and we hope that Mr Thomas will fight it out along that line until turnpikes and better roads are made all over the county Casey is behind other counties in the matter of roads bridges c and if Henry can arouse a spirit of public improvement in the minds and hearts of our people we for one will forgive him for his mean politics Miss Bettie Wilkinson the pretty daughter of W H Wilkinson of Lib erty spent most of last week with her cousin Mrs R M Sharp J A Estes is confined to his room with grip- J E Carter came up from Burnside- to testify in the trespass ease against Marion Sweeney Attorneys P H Taylor Elijah Moore and J Boyle Stone attended court here on Tuesday The ease of the Commonwealth Kentucky against Marion Sweeney was heard Tuesday of last week and re suIted in the acquittal of Sweeney Owsleys deed was defectivein the fact that it gave neither lines or corners and in of which it could not be ascertained whether Sweeney had trespassed or not The case was dismissed by order of county attorney P H Taylor JAMESTOWN Mr Abner Jones has recovered his health and returned to his position on the Str Warren Mr and Mrs W S Stone of Monti cello having been visiting relatives at this place Miss Kate Simpson has been veryI sick but is now better County Attorney Lilburn Phelps has been confined to his room for a lewJ days It is thought that he has meaJ sles A committee from Albany inspected the new jail here last week with a view of building a similar one for Clinton county if this one was found to be satisfactory The committee was pleased with the building and willwe under stand report in favor of a like one for their county Last Monday was regular county court Only a few people were in town There was a limited amount of business The will of Mrs Charlotte Brown the mother of the late Judge John Crisp of this town was admitted to probate In the afternoon the voice of Master Commissioner H H Dunbar was heard and soon the crowd had gathered about him bidding for the va rious tracts of land as he offered them for sale onE by one A II Holt is having his store house painted and will start to Louisville this week where he will buy a full line forI general store GRJDYIILLE Mr Jas W Gowen of Edmonton was here last Saturday II A Moss of Greensburg after spending a few days at Bakerton re turned home Saturday Rev W B Cave and wife of Columbia spent last Friday night at Mrs S Aspers Mr Sam Henry the wellknown tobacco man of Louisville was here one day last week Mr and Mrs C O Moss spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs L C Hindman at Milltown Messrs Walkup Yates spent a day or two in Metcalfe county last week and secured several orders for monu mental work Messrs Hunter Walker spent a few days of last week in the Breeding communing looking after tobacco Rev Jas Debord filled his appoint ments at Coot Springs and Morris Ceapel last Sunday to a large congregation with very interesting discourses Rev A L Mell after spending a week with his motderat JefTersontown returned home last Saturday Rev W B Cave filled his appoint ment at Big Creek last Saturday and Sunday On Saturday Baptism was adminIstered to several candidates by immersion Mr G T Flowers and Prof J H Nell of Columbia were here last Fri day and Saturday Mr and Mrs G T Flowers visited their mother Mrs Harvey at Fairplay last Saturday Mrs Nannie Flowers accompanied by Misses Mary Hunter and Mary Wil more spent Thursday in Columbia Mr Chas Yates and wife Mrs Geo H Nell and Miss Sallie Diddle attend ed Church at Columbia last Friday Mr L S Smith Liveryman at Burksville was with us last Thursday Mr Geo H Nell left for Cumber land county last Tuesday where he ex pects to spend several days looking af ter mules and cattle There are several peacock colts in this community So far as we have noticed Mr Chas Yates has the finest Mr J H Smithsold Thos DoweU an extra fine 3year old mule for 11000- J A Diddle and J W Walker spent last Monday in Greensburg delivering lumber Miss Hunley of Edmonton visited Mrs Hill last week Miss Sallie Beard an old lady living with Mr and Mrs Chas Hindman is in a critical condition with pneumonia Miss Kate Walker who has been confined to her roam for several days with tonsilitis isimproviug Mrs J A Diddle spent a few days of last week with her mother Mrs Kate Hughes at Colnmbia We are glad to note that Mr W M Smith one of our best citizens who has been confined to his room several months with a complication of diseases is im proving and we trust lie will be on the stage of action in the near future On Saturday the 30th of this month Rev Jas Debord will administer bap tism to twenty candidates by emersion tear his place Married on Sunday the 17th Miss Rena the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Scott Hill to Mr Robert Luney at the residence of the brides father Rev Jas Deboard officiated This union is the result of a long courtship Mr Cris Stephens a successful farm er this place sold last week his last of burley tobacco for 1000 per hundred We understand tlat1r Stephens estimates his crop at 7000 pounds FELIX H C Wilson and Miss Stella Clayton were married at the residence of Mr J C Kean Sunday April 3rd They f have the best wishes of their many friends Farmers are hustling preparing to plant corn preachedChapel last Sunday L L Floyd one of our merchants was at Burnside last week A L Foley sold a nice young mare to Attis Popplewell for 7500 Rev J G Stanton has sold his farm near here and will remove is Russell Springs j C Nelson has returned from Nashville Tenn where he bought a full line of Spring goods Prof U G Hatfield passed through here Sunday enroute to Russell Springs A L Foley is at Sew elton bucking staves ROII1hA Mr and Mrs C F Epperson of McKinney arc visiting relatives here Miss Nannie Rowe is now in Columbia with her cousin Mrs Talmage Smith prepared to do all kinds of sew ing Miss Nora Bradshaw of Montpelier spent last week with Miss Margaret Rowe at this place The river is very low and the boats will not run again until a tide comes Messrs J Stephenson and J A Vaughan returned from Nashville last week Mr A H Rowe is having a nice dwelling house erected Mr C C Loyed is now in Nashville employed by Kyle Bros to measure logs A social was given at Mr A C Snows last Thursday evening in honor of Miss Nora Bradshaw A large crowd attended and reported a good Effie McFarland was on the sick list last week WA TSON Rev Boles filled his appointment on Sunday Several from here attended the burial of Mrs Childers who died a few days ago Misses Ella and Sylvia Ilumphress of Absher visited Miss Pina Lee Russell Saturday and Sunday J B Russell and J B Watson have returned from the city where they pur chased new goods Mr John Wheeler and little son of Liberty visited Mr David Harden Sat urday and Sunday The fruit has been greatly damaged by the recent cold spell Mrs J R Wade who has been sick for some time is improving Mr and Mrs Howard Leach of Eu nice visited the latters mother Mrs Bettie Hancock last week Mr David Harden and A W Rice made a business trip to Campbellsville last Saturday Mrs R A Corbin visited her son Mr Oscar Corbin of Dulworth last week Will Jones left for Illinois a few days ago Miss Sallie Jones is visiting her cous in Mrs Rose Corbin of Dulworth The farmers are preparing for a large tobacco crop CREELSEORO The farmers are plowing almost to a man Mr Geo Irwinsold his gasoline boat Hettie Miller to John Cooper of Kendall Ky consideratitn 37500 Mr Cooper intends running her on the upper Cumberland the coming Summer The new towboat purchased byA R Hbmble Son for the upper Cumber land trade arrived last week She is comparatively a small boat though power enough to tow two loaded barges up stream Mr Wm Bledsoe and Rev F M Flatt have gone to Mississippi to look after their interest ris heirs of M Sloane deceased We understand that Mrs Joseph E Hays of Jamestown will make her future home with relatives her Mr Cyrus Campbell has gone to Nashville to sell his logs He started two large rafts of about 300 logs cad on the last rise The Wooster Oil and Gas Company are down 300 feet on their fourth well in Irish Bottom This company drilled in a well on Capt J E Morgans fa which flowed 250 barrels in two hou and 15 minutes which is saidto be the largest well in Kentucky up to date john Morgan and family of Jack mans Bottom will start to Anna Tex as in a short time where he wim make his future home The church at Irish Bottom is about completed and will be dedicated by Eld Z T Williams at an early date Mr John Thurston has returned home from Obeys River where he has bee engineer on the gasoline boat Obey- Friend Mr John McFarland and John Will Smith with the County Surveyor have been here for the past month surveying plotting and dividing the real estate of M Slone deceased Mra Fannie Andrews of Glensfork has been visiting relatives and friends here for the past two weeks Miss Eula Duvall of Gaylord Kansas isvisiting Mrs Pearl Buster r Frank Wheeler who had the misfor tune to get a leg broken several weeks ago remains in a serious condition Dr G T Simpson was in town Monday and stated that he was fearful that he would yet go into lockjaw- GLENSFORK Captt and Mrs J S Chapman are still in poor health W L Taylor returned Friday from a three weeks trip through Pulaski Wayne Clinton and Cumberland coun ties L J Wilkinson has moved his saw mill to Crocus and is sawing out a yard of logs for Grant Bros andothers J J Dudley sold a bunch of hogs to r Smith Nell Gradyville at 4c Chapmpn Walkup arc running their bucker this week Jo Nance is also bucking staves between this place and Montpelier The peachcrop has been greatly damaged by recent frosts Corn planting is progressing slowly on account of the continued cool weather Dr W S Taylor has removed with his family to Marrowbone to practice his profession We can heartily recom mend the doctor as a good physician a clever and accommodating gentleman ready at all times to attend to the sick and suffering His excellent wife and family are worthy the esteem of all Leslie Bennett was here on business last Friday WEEns CROSS IWJIDS Mrs J W Cravens is quite sick with fever Mr Geo Hurt of Campbellsville was here this week buying poultry Mr J O White has returned from the West where he has been for some time Mr Billy McWiliiams passed through lure this week with a nice bunch of cattle Mr J A Webb of this place is re ceiving a nice line of Spring goods Mr U T Selby was here last week looking for cattle ESTO Oliver McElroy has added another room to his dwelling which adds much to its appearance John Voils has bought Loren Brad leys farm Price 350 and has moved to it Charley Turner who has been sick for some time is better Mrs Logan Blair is quite sick John Oaks has returned from Nash ville Miss Sarah Wheat who passed a surgical operation the first of last month is sinking very fast Aunt Mirah Cook is quite sick BLISS Farmers are beginning to put in their corn crop in earnest Spring sown oats are coming up well though making a slow growth due to this continued cool spell Wheat is looking promising at some places From indications fruit trees have not been seriously injured so a prospect for a fruit year is in sight kJacob Feese representing J P Hutchinson the produce man was here Thursday Miss Susan Grissom returned home last week from an enjoyable visit in city Mrs E A Pile of Columbia was in this place visiting last week Dr W T Grissom sold his 3yearold mule to J G DlcCaffree for 95 So it pays to advertise in The News S D Crenshaw of beyond Columbia was in this part last week on a voter nary business NEW UNDERTAKERS SHOP AT Russell S Frings Ky I have just opened an Undertakers Shop at Russell Springs I keep ready for use all kinds of COFFINS AND GASKETS which will be sold at short profits Give me a call and be convinced that it would shoprsAdvertise in the News IT WILL INCREASE Y O U R BUSINESSS ALL H 0 Di E PRINT 2100 SubscribersR- usssll Creek Poultry nJarmBARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK FOWLS EXCLUSIVELY s EGGS FOR HATCUINGHaving care rJ IIfully mated our breeding yard for the season of 19t we are prepared to fill orders for eggs from fine strain of B P Rock Eggs 100 per 15 fifteen Thanking my friends for past favors soliciting your patronage in the future MRS H J PAXTON Rol1in burg Ky 2mon r IN JlEMORlAJI l Iy Miss Dells Coffey departed this life on the 23d dayof March 1D04 age 17 years and 7 months She was the only daughter of Mr r G V Coffey who reeides near Montpelier This is the first death that has occurred in this fanny of eight children seven boys surviving Della made a profession of re liglOD iu ID03 and united with theMethodist Church She was a noble good girl the idol of the homealways ready to help moth er in the domestic affairs rarely motherIShe will he greatly mtsFe3 In the wereVIVconducted by her pastor Bro Goodman at Mt Pleasant her I home church But I would not have you tu ignorant hrthreu concerning which are asleep tla yo 7be not Even other which no hope for Ifwe beliove Jesus died and Lose again even so them also which sloop in Jesus will God bring with him Wherefore comfort oneanotber 4tA FmEXI TRIBUTETMrs Tina Woodrum was bore January 2a 1S70 died April 4 IDO1 being 34 years and one month of ago In 18S9 she was united in marriage to John R Wo drum To this union six children worn born five of whom are living One of them little Brll proceeded her mother two months to the home and She was a lovely land of cheerful disposition Sister Woodrum was a sufferer for a long time with consumption and always manifested patient and cheerful disposition She was faithful member of the Christian Church and died in the triumphs of the Christians faith bidding her husband farewell saying she was going home Said she could see her little daughter Bell at the beautiful river and all was wellBro WOdrum is a poor mat through sickness has spnt all we hope the nfighbors and friends will come to his relief- and and see the motherless children shall want for notlfug needful The funeral services were con dncted by lad Z T Williams ill the Roley Church Text Bet sed are the dead which die in the saithIt from their labors ilLd their works do follow them i MSS l1ATTIE CONOrER DEAD Mattie died March 29 IDOat the residence of her sister near Uno Hart county Ky She was a daughter of the wellknown Jas G Conover deceased She was reared near Columba but fur i three years had made her home with her sister She leaves one brother and one sister W J CuuI over and Mrs Minnie Smith She was converted several year a ago and tuited with the Baptist Church near Uno July 4 la03 Mattie was sincere in she professedkindhpnrt and true j In her goodbye to us lust Novem her she said Iam trying to live so I will be ready to die So to the dear brother jeter and nieces I willsay Let us be ready to meet her in the sweet bye and bye A COUSIX E1TIIDAY DINNER On March 2Sth the neighbors and friends of Perry HUlccck met at his home on the Greelsburg road three miles from Columbia with baskets of good thioga an spead a bountiful dinner in honor of his 8Dsh birthday He was born March 28th 1815 Has been married three times His first wife was Emarilla Cundrf ro this union 5 chIldren wore born four boys and one girlcnly tw ofwhom survive His seaon wife was Elizabeth Burley 2Jud thirdwife Elizabeth Cravens thiIc was the ninth birthday that the neighbors hhve delighted to member this old veteran He feels grateful to his friends tur thus be remembered and very much desires It kept up as long as he lives About sixty people of all ages ate dinner N B Do honey an old time friend wa I I present and enjoyed the day very much He is 84 years old and is very active Mt Hancock bids to survive many more birthdays He is hale and hearty Ho haB been a member of t11e Christian Chnrch years and is a lifelong Ropublican May his last dope be his best ones Z T tit Irttaats CURRENT EVENTS Three men were killed and one fatally hurt in an explosion in Southwest Waehiugton D C The Chicago and North western rnilrolldis constructing n milHO- ldolhr office buIlding ir Chicago John Ballad wife and child were killed and their home dtmol ishFd by a cyclone near lIexia Texas Gov Beckhnm appointed C C Grassham of Livingston county n member ot his staff with the rook of Colonel The Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New York was fined 8100 in the Warren circuit court fir rebating James Garrison sent up from Jackson died the day he was to have been discharged from the Frankfort penitentiary A general strike of the emplot- sd the National Biscuit Company in New York just ordered will throw 1000 moo out of work A St Petersburg correspondent tfa Paris paper says n French agent is negotiating for the sate of tho Argentine warships to Russia A storm destroyed the Japanese bnzlr building at the Worlds Fair grounds iu St LJuis No buildings wore damaged Former Secretary Etihu Rou- as ben engaged to represent Nrthern Securities Company uu its fight galllst E H Harriman The L Il railroad has pur chased a block of river front prop erty in Cincinnati for terminal purposes The price was about 1000000The has ordered many armored automobiles for use in Manchuria where the pine ilg of rails for trausportatioll purposes is impossible James McIntosh a returned soldier was shat and killed all Big Creek iu Perry county by JoP- lfiniurd who is believed to be hiding in the mountains James Lynchehaun the Irish fugitive whose extradition case is pending in the United States Supreme Court has disagpeare from Indianapolis During a baseball game at L9x- iugton Leg Anderson u cone g student acting us guard shot an wounded Coley Hayden in the shud r Hayden was watching the game through the fence A Severn blizzard l1coompauifd throughttrains and prostrated telegrap- service In some places the etio was 30 inches dose BRAIN LEAKS As long as we cltog to sin we cannot get close to God A big man can sometimes viseP through a very small hole It our plans all went right we would soon be tea lazy to work at all March Is the month when town men du WOStOf their gardening Parents who allow their children to grow wild must expect to reap bitter fruit Some philanthropy Is very much like giving collars to men who have no shirts The greatest rounders are very apt to talk loudest about being quare men- The than who says the world grow lug wurse shoulddo something to Ilea eyesighte H we do not share our blessings wil God how can we expect him to share our sorrow ju5dt fog on our tiptoes When a wan begins to sacrifice hili moral interests for his business Inter estshe shruld be watched Religion is something more the u sitting in a cffshloned pew ana lookinj solemn while the minister talks 1std e uleasureaf beiDg annoyed by the baby Just becauseyuu cannot make a sal purse out of n tows ear is no reason why you should put endeavor to make met hing Some men base managed to secure the repucatlon ot being big moo sIm- ply by carefully Imitating some big mans ways When sjGhrlslian begins arklulo hlm self Is it wrung it Is a sure sign that he Is seeking diIlIently for au excuse to dolt We have a crib of good corn for sale which will be disposed of every Saturday during the month of April 1904 230 per barrel cash The crib is cated near the Little Cake church on county road J C Breeding J H Squires DrnG WORDS OP IdJIOUS JfEN1 It Is a noticeable fact that when men come to depart this life that their minds ilugur to the very last on the thlnJstbat their Ilres have been mst Devoted wHAs John Quincy Adams breathed his last he said Thomas Jefferson still fires President Grants dying word were lung drown out pe finished memoirs au his death bed and left theta to the support of his widow and as a message to his oountrmen Franklin sold A dying nnn can do nothing easy Thomas Jefferson spoke these words I reign my spirit to dud and my daughter to my countryHThe lInt words of Forrest the stage actor were rum Rlchmlien There Is mr above Sways the barmontuus mystery of the world Even better than prime ministers Alas Our glories host between earth and heaven Like couds tbut seem pllvllQos of the sun And are paythlugs of thecasual wind Still like the cloud that dropi on seeing crags- The dews the wild l1iJwers teed on our ambition May from its airy heights drop gladness down OJ uasucpectetl virtue and the flower May bless the cloud when it hath pass t d away Then Lozirbg ut his audience he- aids And so It sods Palmer was playing The Stranger he said There Is auolher and better world and dropped lifeless Ietterson as he was playing Mea sure for melsure said lifetthingeA breath thou art Cummings passed Into eternity as he recited these words Be wltnes for me yectlestial hosts Show mercy and such pardon as my soul Accorded to thee and begs ot heave to show thee May such befell ma at latest hour Said Amlr11 FuOlC We must have charity charity charity Patrick Henry said excuse rue doe tar furl few minutes sII know that my Redeemer liveth were Horace Greeleys last words Oliver Wendell Holmes said Thais t better thank you When will tliiend said Washing too Irving Stonewall Jackson said Let us cioss over the river and rest under the shadow or the trees We will meet In heaven said An drew Jackson President Lincolns last remembered words were Goodbye said while on his way to the theater coupledd s WHtIfxas Texas Margaret Gen John A Dix aid I nra at en mlty with no mn The famous words ut John Quincy Adams were It Is the lat ot earth I ANCUntCOt shouhd wIIow grand Is the sunlight said IIuntboldt Said Keats I feel the flowers grow log over DIe Lord biebcCautey and Senator Is ham J Harris both said lam tired As Samuel Johnson passed Into stet pity he said God bless you my dear Ilag llumbert said Jf Is nothing as the asa slns kufe pierced his heart IIeadot the Army murmured Na- pnlton As Washington passed swap he said lIt is wtII President McKinley said Gods will not mine be done 5FMc TIllS llEJiTS ANN FIve men A B C D and E meet Thera y tobe him his dollar He put them in with the one hp had and handed the t B nod wok his receipt cancelling th debt B paid C and took his receipt who then paid D and D gad F who then handed the 86 to A taking b receipt Doe it not appear that each man is 4 ahead in the game except A who has not only paid his 85 debt with 81 but has the 85 In cash Who anyone Is the loser In this traosac- tlon In Randolph county Mo there ionkid to This deed was made l0 1850 by Johnson Wrlg htasand Eliza Jane Wright and has sec era been contested The desceudants ofat thlll couple held the property in trust and have thrived upon it The story that being very pious tllis old couple thought to return by dee d of will and law to their Savior hefor material blessings which lIe has con tarred UPOu them In this life Because her husband persists in smoking a pipe In the house a woman filead suit for divorce- Correspondents will please mail lette so that they will reach us Friday ev ning TARO KENTUCKY Thro that grand state of Kentucky Where the Old fume g lItJts ramp Where the fields are ocerlhwing With the yellow ripening grain ere tobacco plants are growing In the fields not sown with corn Tubacco plantsbig as cactus Just as sure as you are born Yes theyre large as geed sized cactus Larger in our home like view But Its of as floe a grade as Is that old Kntucky DUi H ere all people reap a harvest Money In bank from year to year AU the green calamity howlers Lose their jIbs when they land here ere the dry ways are the highways Built high and dry from rains and flood IIere the geed roads delegation Swear the roads are suttoly good But of pikes and highways Theresa nadthatsuftswy taste Till the line tlf tiultd Comfort And the trats let Uu time Nisre From Kentucky to St Louis Operates this road of clans Across the famous old Green River On Its roadbed smooth as glass Would you know whatroad I speak of Listen tlieri td myadvice For youd need it in your business On your trip t Paradise In your travels to St Louis Hustle beat them under the wire Get the liendcrsan Route habit TIs a good one to acquire JACK IIEXDEltSO GALLOHEltJ- J The Womans nome Companion for April is a timely uptodate magazine Its birdseye view of the St Louis Exposition Is of interest to everybody Curious Easter Customs in Spanish Countries Is another unique pictorial feature Arthur Hoyt the hrllllant young correspondent writes Intimate ly of Thu Chicago Girl wire rules India and Martha Sanford gives us a glimpse uf the pranks of college girls Fiction by Opte Read John Worne Otha Senga and others gives just the right brightness of tone to an Easter number Miss Goulds fashson pages its Salet Maurs travel helps Mrs Lows cooengessous are all just whattha women Want at this season There are also talks on gardening on Easter entertainments on how to make pinmoney No reader can at ford to miss It Published by The Crowell Publishing Company Spring field Ohio one dollar year lOc copy CHEAP RATESSOUTUWEST- Sourthern Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas Homeseekers Opportunities Heres your chance Very low oueWay and round trip rates Southwest this winterabout half the regular faro twice a month nearbY dates are Dec 15 lD03 Jan 5 and 19 a1d Fib 2 and IG W04 Good time to visit South east Missouri Arkansas LODlSI iana or Texas and pIck 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land per acre up bottom land 86 and per acre up Improved or partly cleared land at 810 and 816 per sure up Some fine propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at lt 810 per acrebig money in this a good organizer Fruit and truck 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 you pay every year E W LABEAUM G P t A Cotteon Belt Route St LouisMo Ty linds6U Wilson Training S6hool I o JTeacherstheir work to broaden their information Oill NO1ll1d1 Glass toreithhBenhiisrt6W6s6eKSnter f PROF MOSS has charge of this Department and his thorough Knowledge of the entire Jcourse his enthusiasm and untiring energy are factors that will prove his great value to iJthose fortunate enough to enter his tv6rti MOIIUdII- Meet EV6nino th6 NOrmal rUDiis in the College Chapel and discuss current events and methods of teaching This is Ja very successful way to secure information so essential in examinations and so difficult to get in ordinary channel- sreREMEMBER r that the Normal Course begins the 14th of March Enter on time and get the full term G li PAYNE Basiness anagerr J TT lIE IIlPNOTIZED THE CLOCK While entertaining some friends In his apartments the other day a well known man about town pointed to a beautiful electric cr ck on his bedroom that he said That cluck Is the latest invention I can hypnotize it so it will ring the hour at any time day or night As he spoke he sat uncunceroedly on the edge of his bed Now watch IU he said The hands marked D20 Suddenly something inside the cleck began to ring off sounds that appeared to be be musical dots and dashes First there were fmr sets of live rings and then nine solemn rings In a deeper tonewhich bel n g Interpreted meant Dj20 oclock The guests were much trysttfied but their host plained that he was surreptitiously pressing an electric button close to the bedpost The new kind of clock is on expenol save ornament and it is especially de signed fur people who are in the habit of waking up in the midnight hours When they wake and wonder what time it Is all they have to do Is to touch the button Then the hour Is rung oil and they can fall aSleep again without having had the trouble uf strklng a light to satisfy their curosityLouisville Times The tribulations of our friends the enemy touching the control ot the Republican machine In the State and city and the distribution ot the loaves and fishes suppused to be forthcoming as the fruits or the pre ldentlal elec tion appear to beat a high water mark about this time Instead It present ing a solid trout as a polltlc11 rgan- tzationintent on tint suecess of their party as a whoe thrg present the as pect of mere factious contending among themselvcs for the control ot the ol1lces honorary and lucrative without regard to any ommon Interest or party welfare We hear of the Sapp factlan the BakerCraft faction the Wilson faction the Belknap faction the Yerkes faction the Bradley faction the Hunter faction and soon to the end The complacence with which Democrats view the combat iu valves no disposition to interpose or check the ardor of the contestants To them the spectacle Is as amusing as a Donnybrook lair or a Kilkenny fight the interest increasing the brisker the shl1lalah3 are used and the taster the fur fliesCourier Journal Remarks from the bench in courts when trials are being conducted are not always convincing but those of a trial judge at Bellvllle Ill a few days ago when a jury retired and agreed a verdict but bringing their verdict before the court reported that they had agreed upon a verdict but would refuse to give it upuntil the jury re ceived its fees The court said Constable take that jury to jail and keep them there until they give up their verdict The constable started to execute his order when tie jury suddenly changed its mind under the reasnngof his honor ani handed the court Its verdict Will Blanford formerly of this place but now of Lebanon and ofMarionlcounty COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Greaee clean 1S Washed Wool 25 Beeswax 22 Feathers 44 HIdes Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeug 4OC Spring Chickens 8 Old Hens 8 Eggs 11 Dried Apples 2 This report will be submitted for revision w mkly W4o400A 0 4T 00 09 FIFTH ZY6NVE HOTEL 4 3E rEa dill 4 4Q4o4EEc4 Refurntzotie ated and Remodeled A Firstclass 4Hotel at Pop t r Fr ems Oonvenlent Wholesale and Retail 0 Districts Churches and Theatres 4 Q Pike Campbell Gee Schenck Ass t Mr 00 t DEHLER BROTHERS116 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Carry All Heights In STOCK SEND FOR PRICES s 8 EUWOl It Vd RussEuur SPI GSM T IlJ E HUMBLE PROP Russell Springs JeJtackg Ej TillS Is ONE OF TilE nEST HOTELS IN SOUTilEASTERN KENTUCKY Ii The Rooms arc Large Well Furnished and the Table Supplied With the i Best the Country Affords HEALTHCURING WATER LIVERY ATTACHED JOHN L VHEtT S6Gr6taru and Tr6asur6r UTIcA LIME COMPANY CORPORA TED 421 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Lime Fire Brick Louisville Cement The Famous Biack Diamond or other brands Fire Clay Portland Cement Standard Brands American and Imported Sewer Pipe Plaster Paris Plastering Hair Eto Enquiries for prices iuTitcd Orders Promptly Filled Ent rpri8e H ate GflflS F GRNS BRO PROPRIETORS 2J422 EAST MARKET ST fND STS LOUISVILLE KY 0tRates 100 per dayAbsolute Satis faction Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS PATTERSON HOTELJ- AMB51OKIV KY Nobetter place can be found than at the above named hotel is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied wIth the boat the market affords Feed Stable in conneotion- J B PATTERSON