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Your last tchance er Goods consisting of my entire stock of the same which has been marked down at near cost You must re
member all ofm theY advance for spot cash and for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS I will sell for cash or produce only
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ClothingClothinf
btrico 550 but
Mens long allwool ulster Jf00
overcoat the very 0
now reduced to 4 JP
Hens Irish frieze formerpf 750 now 650
heavy long ulsters former p
400 for a Hans black beaver overcoat for me lce 500
Blue and black Beaver extra quality withy lining > they
U were cheap at 750 now G ithty
050 now buys the celebrated No 901 MaclPh box coat all
wool and extra heavy former price 9 jj
I 450 will now buy you a brown woolfaMackintosh which
would be extra cheap ae 650 m
X450 for my guaranteed all wool heavy lht > blue Mackintosh
which was exceedingly cheap at 750 If yo SS this you have lout
a bargain f
trofor a light colored worsted face Miutoah long with vel
vet collar a peach at the price former priT4
250 for a black all wool Mackintosh111 cale > full length old
price 4 I
119 for Mens black cotton face Hnto3hes 150
4 for a Boys beaver overcoat 15 tol ormer Price 5 They must
go You will never have this offer agar
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3 for boys long brown ulster all wool and firstclass grade but they must go former price 450
150 for mews duck overcoats former price 2 75o for mens black duck woollined former price
100 DOc for mens heavy black duck lined overcoats 125 I
I 275 for Hens all wool suits former price 350 400 for mens all wi A tit = fancy length and
finish 4 styles former price 500 500 for wens Faultless tailormade suits chonp at 750
650 for mens Faultless tailormade suits fancy and plain formerly 750 600 fur a faultless tailor
made suit 5 styles former price 850 800 for a faultless tailormade suit former price 10 and 11
275 for a pair of Hens Fine Buckeye pants former price 350 250 for a pair mens fine Buckeye
pants former price 3 90c for all wool jean pants 150 per pair for the entire 200 liner
35c for a double front brown duck overall i
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Sacrifice Shoe Sale
100 for a pair of mens whole stock shoes only 50 pairs in this lot Do not wait until they are sold I
and then come alon and say I did not have them I have everything in this advertisement and other bar
gains besides
125 for a pair mens heavy split boots former price 175
1 for a pair mens fine shoes lace or congress
75c for a pair of ladies medium fine shoes worth 1 J
750 for a pair of ladies heavy oil grain worth
90c for a pair of ladies fine shoes worth 125 v
100 for a pair of ladies button shoes worth 125
I Miscellaneous
Co cents for a pair of white or grey blankets
85 cents for a heavy winter shirt worth Go cents
25 cents for a heavy knit overshirt worth 45 cents
88c each for shirts or drawers heavy fleeced They willnot last
long at these price
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25 cents for a pair of heavy canton flannel drawers
88 cents each for 100 white and colored laundered shirts worth
50 and 75 cents
38c each for 100 ladies corsets former prices 50 to 75c
10o a pair for 100 pairs mens moreno red sox cheap at 20c
I also have a lot of remnants that must be sold at once They
consist of all kinds of Dress Patterns Waist Patterns Skirt Patterns
Cashmere Pant Patterns also a lot of remnants of Carpets and Straw
Mattings which will be sold low down If you want bargains come at
once to
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I buy all kinds of country produce and pay the highest marvel
price
I 1 WLg WALKERS Cheap Cas hStor r I
PERSONAL MENTION
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Prof T A Baker returned hoer
Saturday night Ijj
Mr W T Moore one of Ada
best citizens was in Columbia Mon7
Hon M R Yarberry visited hifd
rents last Saturday hlf1
Jjjliere
here last Fridayi
Mrs Klzzic Murrell is vwtlnrela
lives at Gradyville
Mrs Eiizabeth Curduo vfc quite
sick last week is voryuch iiroved
MrW S Knight tamest n was
here a few days ago f
jjcritical
critical condition
Mr Robt Rota AmandJ Mlle was
In Columbia a 7ew lint i1uP
alw
Mr Fred Robertson wafn Burks
yule Saturday and Sundae
Mr if II Waggoner Cds Land
ngwas in this city MonI
Miss Fannie Jones hf been quiteA
sick for a few days I j
Miss Lula Allen left f Lexington
Monday and will enter > liege in that jj
city
Hon Henry Aarru sscd through A
here Sunday en route Jr the Monroe V
court I
courtMessrs i
Messrs RubtToup and Garnett
Montgomery woij 6 Campbellsville
last weeki
Dr A Shi vclyf urdick andJ C
Dohoncy of Car Valley were in the J
News office yeswtfay
Mr G II GO y made his regular
trip t 0 Colm ill the first day
of the month J
Judge W Y Jones has been de
tamed from ill Monroe Circuit Court
on account oflhe illness of his daugh
daughter
ter
terDr S W S angc Messrs Matthew X
Taylor I S aylor and J F Strange
of Glenvill called upon the News
Monday >
MondayMessrs
Messrs l ed Robertson and Rollin
t Browning two excellent young men
of this el left today for Springfield
111 for lie purpose of locating Many
success attend them
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LOCAL JOTTINGS
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Circuit court at Jamestown Monday
veekl
weekBor
Eon to the wife of Irvine Blair
Feb a son
M day was county court and a
goo crowd was in Columbia
Al Hunn closed out a bunch of mules r
atiDauvillc last week at fair prices I
fTIunn
jMessrs N M Tutt J N Conover
and others had fine sport last Friday
catching fish
1 B T Roberts Sparksville Ky has
three hundred poplar and ash trees
NWhlchhe will sell for 1000
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DIr Ed Hadley of Arnandavillc was
in towp last Wednesday He reports
Is great interest in lumber business in
his section
Mr J W Coffey bas sold his livery
at Campbellsville to Messrs Durham
Si Sanders and will in a short time
return with his family to Columbia
A telegram was received here Mon
day night by the family stating that
a brother of Mrs A A Strange was ly
> Ing at the point of death
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my store door On the frame is an I
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jj are especially attractive and
JC all styles are sold at a price nev
er heard of before for high grade
shoes Every kind from the cx
N tremc mannish to the dainty
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Death of M E Vilmore
Last Sunday evening at6oclock Mr
M E Wilmorc who lived in the Gra
dyvillo country and who was one of
Adairs best citizens died after a long
illness He was 67 years old and w 18
an Elder in the Columbia Presbyterian j
Church He was a man of strictest
integrity and an active church and
Sundayschool worker He was a man
for whom every body had the utmost
respect and his death s deeply deplor
ed by the entire county He leaves a
wife and several children all grown
Who Preaches Next Sunday
1 L Kilgore at Carmel
E W Barnett at Zion
W S Dudgeon at 31 1 Roberts
T LJIulse at Pickets Chapel
W H C Sandidge at Marrowbone
T F Walton at the Presbyterian
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church this city
WeB Cave at West Fork Cum
berland county will spend a week in
that community
While in town last Monday OlicMc
Caffree was severely kicked by a m ule
on the leg The gash cut by the mules
foot vas about three inches in length
A physician was summoned who sew
ed Up the found
To Cure A Cold tu One Day
Take Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets
All druggists refunded the money it it
falls tfi Plirn E TV drhvnc etif oVuVn r
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DEftlOCRATIQ nEETINQ
nEETINGI
We the Democrats Adair county
in mass meeting assembled for the
purpose of giving public expression in
regard to the conditions that confront
the people of this State do hereby subM
init the following
We deplore the present state of af
fairs and regret the untimely end to
I which our matcless and courageous
1 leader Wm Goebel has been brought
1 Vis denounce his murder as the act of
an assassin whose deed is unparalleled
i I iatuccrimcscf thisstateWcdenounce
1 the acts of Wm Taylor acting Govern
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= or of this State during the legal con
test in bringing to Frankfort citizens
Xof rough and questionable characters
armed with deadly weapons for the
jj purpose of intimidating the legal rep
4 resentatives of the people in determin
jj lug thecontest there in progress We
s condemn the act to adjourn the Legis
lature by Wm Taylor to prevent it
from meeting in the Legislative Hall
5j for the purpose of deciding said con
test after all the evidence had been
r submitted by both parties
lt We approve the action of the Legis
lature in its entirety and especially in
probing the many charges of fraud and
in its decision of said contestmaking
Wm Gecbcl Governor of Kentucky
We countenance no acts of violence
We pledge ourselves to the main
jC taihancc and preservation of law and
I order aud trust that cool judgment
5j and discretion will prevail in all our
3 councils
councilsWe
We heartily approve the good advice
given by the leaders of our party in
S preventing any demonstrations of vio
lence and revenge against the most at
trocious crime known to the history of
> this or any other state We demand
< that the assassin be brought to justice
and approve the reward offered by the
Legislature for the apprehension and
conviction of the assassin We trust
< I that all good citizens will join in just
I condemnation of this crime that struck
down the greatest leader our party bae
ever known in this State and that all
will assist in bringing the assassin to
justice Cgmmlttee Jo Hill Nathan
Taylor J ll Montgomery Jno Did
die J H Young Df S W Strange
W C Loy Ben F Tupman Jo A
Thompson A C Loy A Loy Churl
S Harris
Mr C H Williams who employed d
by the Green River Valley Railroad
df
Company writes Mr W F Jeffries of
this city that there 1s no doubt but
anan d
through Columbia The expert who
went over the route submitted his re
port some days ago and the syndicate
stsues well pleased with the line The
company will want the right of way
through Adair ami 850000 and as soon
as the political muddle is settled work
wiUbcgin The company has already
expended 40000 In locating the line
Mr Williams also states that the ma
chine shopswill be located at Colum
bia
Miss Mary Murrell sister of Rev J
L Nathan and James Murrell who
had been afflicted all her life died sud
denly last Sunday She ate her dinner
and seemed to be in her usual health
Retiring from the table she took a
seat In a chair by there and shortly j
fell over dead She was about fifty
two years of ngca helpless Imbecile
from birth but she was kindly cared
for by affectionate brothers and sis
ss
tersellei parents died many years
ago
agoDr I
Dr A Baugh the County Court
Clerk of Russcll > Is making a vary effl
clentofflcerV ills son Eld Arthur
itrBaugh1s the deputy I rHe is a inebtl j
irGessr9aa vary accuwtuodak1nga Ja
Id
keeps a tly tfflce7 o 1
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Last Sunday night Mr Ruel Store
and Miss Maud Epperson who have
been sweethearts for some time evad
ed the watchful eyes of the girls pa
rents and eloped to Tennessee and
were doubtless married the following
afternoon The bride is a daughter of
Mr T J Epperson one of the best
citizens of Adair county TIc is an af
fectionate fatheV and will doubtless
forgive his daughter upon her return
Paid list since our last Issue T I
Smith H C Bottom L H Cabell I
K E Cbitwood ET Hood J L
Johnson N C Butler W L Roberts
Geo Campbell J T Taylor Lane
Matthiass
Taylor J D Weatherford Dr S W
Strange T J Epperson R A Corbiu
TP
Moore Jas O Nelson A B Nelson I
Dr A Shlvely C Dohoney I
An illustrated copy of the Glasgow
Times reached the News a little late
but its brightnesshad not disappeared
The many half tone cuts of the busi
ness houses and other enterprises and
glees
the paper a splendid advertisement
and also the city in which it is pub
lished It is a thing of beauty and
shows the push and enterprise of its
proprietors
The death of Mr Sam F Barbee will
not interfere with the running of the
stage line between this place aud
Campbellsville Dlr A R Barbee
father of the deceased Sam F Barbce
informed us a few days since that the
line would continue as heretofore Lee
Johnston the colored driver who has
been sick for several weeks will han
dle the reins as soon as he is able to
drive
riveMr
Mr W B Harris a traveling sales
man who has become quite popular
with the young people of Columbia
gave a candypulling at the Conover
Hotel last Saturday night A large
crowd was out and it was an occasion
enjoyed by all The thanks of the
young people are due Mr Harris for
being the author of this delightful af
fair v
Last Friday night the string band
composed of Messrs Mont Harmon
Thomas and Everet Murrell called on
Mr W S Sutherland and family near
Cane Valley and spent a fewhours in
making good music These young men
are fine musicians and Mr Sutherland
regrets that they did not stay longer
He says they are more than welcome
to come again on a like mission
Mrs Nona Cabell entertained a par
ty of young people Thursday night
nighe td
Miss Ethic Bradshaw also entertained
on Thursday evening and Misses Ma
ry and Lena Todd on Saturday night
The young people of Columbia arc on
the go and there is not a doubt but
they are going
Lee Webb of color who was perhaps
one of the oldest women iu the State
died two miles from Columbia Thurs
day morning She was between 110
0d
and 120 years old Her exact age could
not be arrived at but it is known that
she was brought from Virglnla to this
countyIn 1779 Her sight was good as
when young at the time she was taken
lick
The Trustees of this city arc consid
ering the proposition of employing
Town Marshal The number of pis
tol shots upon our streets last Satur
day night is an evidence that a peace
officer is needed to watch inside the
corporate limits of Columbia It a
deal Is made Mr Geo Coffey will bo
the marshal
marshalMssca
Mason McCaffreo and Philip Shirrlll
caught sixty suckers in a little while
one day last et AhuJc was cut IB
Ion e toe sad onekr Ye while fee other
it otllsrl
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W L Walkers auction sale attract
ed a large crowd last Monday The
sales amounted to about S1GO and a good
lot of goods were sold
Capt J S Chapman sold his f aTIl1age
and business house last week to Mr
Pinar Harvey for 1850 and left for
Barren county Monday to look him up
a location
alOCat104rFor
For sale two good mUch cows with
young calves two mare mules one
year old past and one good thorough
bred short horn bull two years old C
Cft
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Mr John D Sharp was in Columbia
Monday He says thousands of logs are
now lying in the tributaries to Cum
berland river and as soon as a freshet
comes they will be rafted to Nashville
Many weather prognosticators pre
dict that the present month will be
very gentle while others think that
we will be visited with some very cold
waves
Dr J H Gradys office is now locat
ed on the public square He is occu
pying a room over Reed C Millers
store where Le can be found by per
sons desiring his services
The town council we understand
has under considderation the employing
ya
ing of a town Martial If the past is a
critcrian of the futnre we would say
there will be times when a Marshal
will be needed
eWe are informed that Mr J W I
Coffey and family upon their return
from Campbellsville will occupy the
residence on Burksville street owned
by Mr N M Tutt recently vacated
by the family of R L Johnston
A charade party In honor of Mrs T
II Curd of Sliddlesborough was giv
en at the residence of Mrs Nona Cab r
ell Monday night There were many
present A splendid time good music
etc
Eld Lawrence Williams has been
nf
employed by the Christian church of
this place for thisyear He will preach
the first Sunday in each month Last
Sunday was his regular day and he de
livered two interesting sermons
s
Any young man in Adair county who
is qualified to enter Center College
and who has a moral chrracter and a
steadfast purpose to employ his time
gete a
sib raishlpln sail elides free by ap
plying to Judge W Wlones
J B Coffey purchased for Coffey
Bros at the Danville sale last week
the celebrated stallion Kentucky
Squirrel oneof themost noted horse
in the State A few years past he was
sold by W F Owsley of Burksville to
J W Bales of Richmond for 1000
He never met defeat in a show ring
Your attention is called tothe adver
tisement in this issue oTThsaietn a
Life Insurance Co repress iyM r
W D Jones The coaipabyVfea1 good
one a safe one and Mr Jones js a coo
servative and reliable business man
U you want Insurance give Mr Jones
a call
0Dirs
Mrs Mont Cravens entertained the
following ladles at dinner Feb 5 in
honor of Mrs T H Curd of Middles
borough Mrs Anna Poore Mrs W
A Coffey MrsW E Bradshaw and
Misses Emma Hunn Nettie Baker and
Bible Bradshaw
DIr SH MItchell Jailer of Adair
County will return from Texas in the
n < few days a went to tbatState
with the necessary papers to bring
back to Adair county a fugitive from
tLstice There are several fugitives
from Adair county and the one in
pertcuiartba6 Mr < HI taken Is after
1 > autikatvr tttthk off S
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Mrs Wm R Dohoney who fell sev
eral days ago and received considers
ble bruises has been confined to lie r
bed ever since but we understand that
she is doing very well for one other
I age She is 80 odd years old I
Mr C S Harris purchased of Judge
Garnett last week the property on
the hill known as the Arbor Vitae
toh n i
acres of land in the boundary Mr I
Harris will build an addition to the
improveC
ments I
meatsLast
Last Thursday Feb 1 1900 Miss
Augusta Le Grande Phillips and Mr
Richard L Johnson were married at
the brides home in Monticello The
bride visited here last summer and
was a guest of Miss Gertrude Grady
The couple will reside at Henderson
Kentucky
IJolln Coffey alias Carter was arras t
ed in Monticello a few days ago charg
ed with stealing two horses one from
Adair county and one from Cumber
1 land County The horses were in his
possession and were identified by the r
owners The name of the Adair coun
I Johnson ty man who lost a horse was John R
IDr Wilkerson of Green county has
charged Leslie Buchanan with trim
Wally assaulting his daughter Miss
Mary WIlkerson who is 17 years old
The officers were unable to locate
Buchanan and the father and the
brothers of the girl were outlast week
with shot guns looking for the scoun
drel
GRADYVILLEa
Mr J D Walker was at Edmonton
last Saturday
wItT h
us one day last week looking after fat
vcattle
cattleSmith
YSmith Jz Nell are spending a few
days in Cumberland county looking af
ter mules
mulesMr
Mr E II Hughes one of our merchants
chants spent last week in Columbia
Prof Dillon recently organized a
literary and debating society in his
school with a large membership
The social at Mr Robt Yates on
last Saturday night was largely at
tended by the young people of our city
and was a very enjoyable affair
Mr Strong Hill soldlast week toA
J Brldgewaters of Edmonton a saw
mill
millMr
Mr L C Hindman gave a social on
last Friday night in honor of Miss
Maud Purcell of Grayson county t
which was attended by a large number
of our society people
MfWashiDgton Speed a wellknown
oldgentleman Of thlscommunlty was
stricken with paralysis a week or so
ago and is now in a very critical con
dition
Dr W W Blngham of the Sulphur
Fork community was with us one day
last week and informed us that in his
community there were two or three
new cases of smallpox
Mrs Nannie Purcell daughter and
son of Short Creek Grayson county
have been visiting their relatives in
our community for several days
Mr H A Moss the popular stave
dealer of Greensburg parsed through
our place one day last week en Voute
for the western partof our county to
take up some staves
A
We are glad to note that Shelby Tar
ter a welltodo farmer of our commu
nity who has been online to his room
for two years or more wltbrheuroatism
In its worst form is able to be up Jo his
room at this time
Messrs Geo Keltner Son of Keltr
net last week lost by fire a storehouse
aad stock e I goods and a dwelling house i
and coQtenfc LbBB about 93800 with
4w i
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Two of our oldest and best citizen
P A Moss and John W Smith arc
confined to their beds and are consid
ered to be in a very critical condition
at this time
I no insurance The fire originated in a
wase
near by the storehouse This should
i be a warning to us to have our proper
propert
IProf Cabell Joppa gave us a very
Interesting singing last Sunday eight
and will in the near future teach a
i class at this place Prof Cabbell is avery
very fine instructor
Smith C Nell the well kncwtt stock
men of this section bought last week
5 head of good mules and a horse for
500 and also sold one mule to J W
Townsend for 555
Miss Myrtie Staples and Mr Fred
Robertson Columbia spent a day or
ont
their friends and relatives
Caldwellt
made a trip down Big Creek one morn
Ing last week on the ice and ouly caugh t
140 Mr C says that is a better way
of fishing than seining in Metcalfe
county
countyJohn
John Scott a wellknown man of
section of the country while washing
his face one morning last week dropped
his pistol from his pocket the weapon
exploded taking effect in his mouth
killing him instantly We understand
hethat for many years he has carried a
deadly weapon upon his person
Many of our citizens met and passed
the following resolutions Whereas
in the city of Frankfort while quietly
attending his daily duties Hon Wm
Goebel Governor was assassinated at
the hands of an infamous outlaw and
who now is cold in the embrace of
of death and whereas we recognize this
crime as the most ignominous ever
perpetrated in the history of a civilized
country and whereas we recognized
Mr Goebel as a true patriotic citizen
u defender of our rights and an aven
gar of our wrongs Therefore be It
resolved by the Democrats of Grady
ville Ky
is1st That we deeply deplore the sad
sad outrage upon our fellow country
man
cirt
il authorities of the State to spare m
time talent or means to bring the
guilty murderer to a speedy account oi
the cowardly assassination of our Chic
Executive
3rd We extend our heartfelt sympt
thy to the loved ones of the deceased
whom we loved as a brother and who
timey
lastcr
cr4th With one accord our sympathy
goes out to a bereaved and grief strlck
en State and that we pledge our loyal
ty to the party and principle whih
were so nobly championed by this de j
parted hero asleep with the true and
brave
urMay Gods blessings comfort the
loved ones of this man iu their sad
1shours of bereavement
BC Walker Wm Wilmore J J
Hunter R L Caldwell Allen Walker
J D Walker G P Dillon R L
Campbell J A Diddle Committee
JAflESTOWN
Stave bucking is the order of the day
veDIr John Brockman and sister Miss
hMaud of Jamestown were visiting
Mrs Walker Wilson Dunnville last
Saturday and Sunday
Widow Absher is very feeble at this
writing
uFarwers are taking advantage of
The good weather and are pushing
mwork rapidly 74
Ed Atkins and W B Patteson were v
there
If you need life Insurance and wante vl
t pier to a cowpaBytbat Via cot paey fi
sue JE Murrellw
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