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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jjTJIE ADAm COUNTY NEWS iVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 41901 NUMBER 43 PO8TOJFFIOE DIRECTORY JM Rusaoll Post inns tor ace hoursweok days am te93 pm COURT DIRECTORY Three sessions a year Third Monday In January third Monday In May and 1third Monday In September JudgeW W Jones tJommoa wealth sAltorneyNIL WAaron SheriirJ W Hurt Monday In each month Judge J W Butler County AttorneyJas 0 tueU Jr Clerk T B Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor A Bradshaw Surveyor R T McCaffree School SuotW Jones r CoronerLeonard Fletcher liTrCooBT Regularcourt second Monday in aeh month IdgoJ W Atkins lOrnoy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Waltonqpastor Services second and fourth Sundays r n each month Sundayschool a19 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Rer W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Bav tnitoi Services third Sunday In each month- ipdayschol every Sabbath at n m Prayer neellng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No OOF and MRogu ar meeting In their ball over bank on Frt day night on or before tho full In each month a W T II Sccj II No meets first Monday night In each month- J MorRBLL ir P W W Secretary NevI Carriage j and Wagon Shop o I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give Cat mage Wagon ttfapk special attention Work done by me will be first class Pro duce taken in return for work EUBANKG Hancock H otel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIU HANCOCK Prop o fiSThe above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of Table supplied with the best 4guests affords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at attached Pips Hose Belting PACKING JBOJLER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam i Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHREKS OTT MFG 325329 St Louisville Kentucky PARSON MOSS Or BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS CO TJMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in pur line in firstclass order We have been In the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will tale country produce at market value Give uscall Shop near Columbia Co Children love to tako Motleys Little Liyer Mils for Billons People because h aro a1llMknnd taste limb candyand do not grijio nor sick Ii them fiug rcoatcd Ono a Dose 80441W w r 4t rf j f Hiiimn For President Whatever objections may be made to the candlcacy Of Senator Hanna for the Presidential nomination in 1904 it must be acknowledged aster a full and thoughtful consideration of the sub ject that he is the logical candidate of his party IIanna Is the embodiment of all for which the degenerate Republican party stands at the present time He is tile accepted apostle for the first article of filth in the Republican creed which holds that the dollar is superior to the man He is the ex pounder of the doctrine that rich men must be made richer bymaking poor men poorer He is the teacher of the demoralizing belief that American politics should be run on the huckster basis of barter and sell He is the carnate illustration of the rigbt of the strung hand He is a temperamental antagonist of popular Government and a scoffer at the Idea that a victory of hpnest principal Is more to be desired than the gaining of material and sel fish ends Hanna has shaped the Republican party of his day Into the likeness of gis own image Since that ominous moment when he first emerged from the obscurity of his moneygrabbing private occupation to take personal chargoof McKInlcys political fortunes in behalf uf syndicated capitol the Republican party from the ethical viewpoint has been a commercialized party It ceased under Hannas cap tainship to weigh the rIght and wrong of any public question It took the sordid side of every issue It retired from places of authority in the party councils the conscientious men who could not snbscribe to Hannas creed It put forward the hord and unscrupu lous political adventurers who hailed Hanna as a leader after their own hearts It became an opportunist party with the dollar dominating all else as establishing the standard of inspirationThe party of today will he false to itself if it falls to nominate Mark IIatnaxfor the Presidency in 190i It will not have the courage of its convictions It will confess in effect that its chosen leader and master is of personality too evil to make a winning appeal for the support of the American people This would be a humiliating attitude for the Hannaized party of the trusts It should brazenly ac cept the logic of the situation and name Mark Hanna as it standard bearer in 110- 4Senator lien Hills Eulogy In an address before the Southern Historical Society delivered at Atlan tat February 17 1874 Senator Bent Hill made the following eulogy of Gen eral R E Lee When the future historian shall come to survey the character of Lee he will find it rising like a huge mountain about the undulating plain of humanity and he must lift his eyes high toward heaven to catch its sum mit He possessed every virtue of other great commanders without their vices He was a foe without hate a friend without treachery a victor without oppression and a victor with out murmuring He was a public officer without vices a privage citizen without reproach a Christian with out hypocrisy and a man without guile He was a Caesar without hIs ambition Frederick without his tyranny Napoleon without his selfish nessand Washington without his re ward Ho was obedient to authority as a servant and loyal in authority as as a true king He was gentle as a woman in life modest and pure as a virgin in thought watchful as a Rom an vestal in duty submissive to law as Socrates and grand in battle as Achilles Splendid Pluck William Platt an elevator boy of Philadelphia has earned distinction by his bravery In the performance of duty in a tjme of great peril On May 41901 at ten minutes past eleven in the forenoon be noticed a crack in the side wall of a the five story office at i9 South Broad Street which bad been undermined by exCa- vations He promptly notified the trustee of the endangered property who at once consulted tin foreman of the gang of excavating laborers uNo danger returned the foreman But the trustee was not satisfied and notified the chief of the City Bureau of Building Inspection Then says the Philadelphia Press the trustee and the elevator boy visited eachone of the tenants twenty in number and warned them that the building was unsafe Five minutes later there came a crash The bulk window on the first floor bad fallen streetward Runf or your lives shouted Platt and in a second the elevator was full of people Ill come up again for you he cried reassuringly to those who were left and the car shot downward Twice more he made the ascent and brought people down Then just as he again started upward a big crash came Tbe building had collapsed the buy never faltered The elevator shaft was independent of the main building and he pushed the lever to the left and the car shot toward the fourth flour Three women and a man were there and Platt helped them into the eleva tor Bricks and mortar were falling about them andthe car in its descent at express speed swayed frightfully from side to side As it passed the second story a big piece of timber struck It with shattering force but glanced off Not one of its occupants thought to reach the grouna alive but the car lauded with a thump in the basement and they made their way to the street faint from excite ment and terror but absolutely unhurt At half pasn eleven just twenty minutes after Platt had seen the dan ger the building collapsed In that brief perlodhe had saved twenty lives Tariff unit Silver Washington Aug 14 Strange things are coming to pass in the polit ical world Republicans are talking about free trade in this and that quarter about fighting trusts etc Democrats are bubscribing to the hated doctrine of imperialism and saying that free silver is no longer to be mentioned in the same breath with the word platform That is to say some Republicans ands lme Democrats are using this treason ous language while others are spout- Ing in different directions all this until we oldfashioned protectivetar iff and free silver fellows not only dont know where were at now but have far less knowledge of where well be three and a half years hence It is going to be mighty hazardous for an SxlO Rad or a 3x5 Democrat to declare his principles before the next national Livingston of Georgia is a Democrat of the fireeating varity He follows the platform like a soldier follows the flag and his stump speeches are said to be worse than fly blisters The other day however he was Inter viewed and gave vent to some opinions with reference to the steel strike in which he referred to the two trusts the steel trust and the labor trust be tween whom in their fights for su premacy the middleman the consum er caught the devil and he said some thing ought to be done to remedy these matters Now it was all right to refer to the mill owners as being in a trust but when the labor union also was called a trust a howl went up from certain quarters and yesterday I read where one fellow called Congressman Li ring stun an ex twomule farmer who was puts Into power by the very men he is now abusing If all this trouble keeps up among the parties some of the leading south ern statesman will have to move to the north in order to keep their places in Congress and perhaps one or two Northern solons may have to go south to retain their elevated stations Danville Advocate UpToDate A young man who resides not a thou sand miles from here has a sister nam ed Jessie who was sent to a fashiona ble boarding school When she went away he remarked that he hoped she wouldnt acquire any of the affects tions so often learned in those places For about a year he had no fault to find upon this score Then came a letter signed Jessica Instead of Jes sie He replied as followsI Dear Sister Jessica Your welcome letter received Mamaica and papalca are well Aunt Maryica aa d Georgica started for California yesterday I have bought a borsica It is a beautl ca Its name is Marlca Your affectionate brotbcrlcn SaraicaHer next letter was signed Jessie lls I New Guinea In the far East men tatoo their faces and bodies in a hideous fashion The women also taco especially the up per parts their budhs In suave paca liV uing Iaul dress lii other lUo scum a wear petticoats of long leaves frequently placing one layer upon another in flounces These leaf skirts extend from the waist al most to the knees and in connection with a necklace of shells or beads form the entire clothing Sometimes the skirts are made of the fiber of bark The tatoolng of the women often covers the whole body and among some tribes this tatooing forms the comingout suit of the maidens The getting of such a suit is exceedingly painful but Mr Dauncey says that the girls are anxious to be in the fashion and gladly submit to it The girl to betatooed lies down on the ground when the ink is pricked under herskin in the various patterns Thorns are used for the pricking and the thorn dipped into the ink is driven under the skin with a little mallet Such dress making is slow tbut a suitonce made lasts a lifetime In some parts of the island it is pos sible to tell whether a woman Is single or married by her hair or rather the lack of it The married women are all ball headed and the sensible man does nut attempt to flirt with a hairless fe male A maiden wears her natural wool until the wedding but after that shaves off every bit of itclose to the scalp and keeps it so shaven for the rest of her life The first shaving and indeed all shaving of this kind is a se sious matter Until the foreigners came the razors were sharp flints but now the natives use broken glass and there is a steady demand for soda and shavlDgiWHBRK THE 3IEK LACE There are many New Guinea tribes so Missionary Dauncey tells me in which the men lace themselves in with rope In order to reduce the size of their waists and stomachs They bind bark belts from two to ten inches wide tightly about the body compressing themselves so that the fullgrowu men acquire waists as small as the most tightly laced of our women It is said that the chief reason for this custom is that the men wish to persuade the women that they have small stomachs and are therefore small caters In New Guinea the women are the chief providers andthe young woman who is looking about for husband Is sup posed to prize highest the man who will be most easily fed A boy on be ing asked why he laced himself so to get a wife some day and if I have a big stomach no one will have me For this reason men seldom eat in the presence of women andthey prepare their meals in their club houses Tbe New Guinea natives do not believe In much fat It is a disgrace to be fleshy and the men dread extra adipose tissue as much as do our society women Indeed the antifat quacks could do a thriving business in New food the people are chieflcy vegetarians They live on yams ba nanas and sweet potatoes They are not particular however and when they can get them will eat kangaroos pigs dogs snakes and lizards They are fond of grubs or lavae and the wo men dig these out of the trees and cook themFrom Frank Carpenters Letter Ho Kept His Word The following story was told us by a tramp printer so we cannot vouch for its truthfulnessI a member of Uncle Toms Cabin and we were doing the West when we became stranded Actor a careful inventory it was found that we all had money enough to take us to New York exceptone man a ven- triloquIst who refused our proffered assistance and said he would be in New York by the time the rest were though ne had given us a bluff he had no idea how he was to make it good and was at his wits end to raise sufficient one to his passage On the way from ttiatheatre to the depot ne was followed bya yellow dog and as ails ery lovescompany he called the dog ao him patted him on the bead and spoke kindly to bin The dog waggedhis tail and opened his mouth Theactor next stepped into a satoon aodlHsch house to get one glass ofoshare rI ht n its and the dog followed him Avro 1Ils the bar he called for one bwra turning the dog said Say dog ill you have IGive me a ham taut vteb said the dog with a wag of his till as the ventriloquist threw his voice down The proprietor gazed at the dugin openedmoulhcd asoti hment scarce ly believing his cars Give me another Lllr And what will you have doggie s M the actor Another ham sandwich hut d atput so much mustard on it restoudtd the dog The proprietor nearly fell off bk chair as be heard tbe answer and ape proaching the actor said Thats a peculiar kind of a dog you have there what kind is be That is one of the three living specimens of the Aztec sacred dog and I have spent several mouths teaching him to speak English said the per former I Thats no joke said the dog 8I can get a hundred dollars for him in New York continued the tor I Youdpnt have to go anywhere to sell that dog I will give you a hun dred for him right here and I will make a fortune out of him Very reluctantly the actor parted with him for the hundred dollars and as he started to the door the dog said Did you sell me to that man for one hundred dollars I certainly did said the actor IIThen I will never speak again and he lay down on the floor while the man with the cool hundred went out the door And he never spoke againEarl ington Bee Judge Fined Himself For twenty years Magistrate Court right has been dealing out justice in this city and he has been a severe judge The records show that In that period more than 5000 persons have come before him for drunkenness aud mighty few of them failed to feel the weight of the arm of the law But last Wednesday night the mag istrate learned how easy it is to fall A friend from Vancouver came to see him and they went out together to see the town They saw a great deal of it and after taking his friend to his ho tel the magistrate was so happy that he went out again to see more He returned to the hotel soon titter that and insisted on dancing an Indian dance in front of it and showing how the Indians can bowl The proprietor finally put him to bed The next morning the magistrate opened court a little late There was an unusually large attendance because there was some idea that something would happen The magistrate took his seat and rapped for order Then he called Frank Courtright stand up The magistrate stood up Then he solemnly tried himself for being drunk and disorderly and fined himself 20 itBut said Magistrate Courtright addressing himself for twenty years you have been a sober and respected citizen of this community In consid eration that twenty years of good con duct I will remit the fine A burst of applause was sternly re pressed by the court and the next case was called Wionepeg telegram to The New York Sun Cupid on Transport Sixty school teachers of the four hundred who started from San Fran cisco oq the transport Thomas to take charge of the schools in the Philippines were married at Honoulu When they departed from this port they were utter strangers but companionship cross the Paclficbrought about numer ous love affairs The cagtain ofjthe transport steeled his heart against the persistent lovers who desired to be married on the ocean He would permit no marriages on the ship When the Thomas reached Hon olulu a boat was chartered and thirty couples went ashore and were married one clergyman onlclatlngat the unique ceremony These teachers were chosen from va rious normal universities of the coun try totalTe up the work of organizing the Philippine schools Their ac quaintances oDthtra nsportwas of leflprthanien days dur tl nbut they evidently improved the time l i t GO TO L I HHLJL FOR Tin Roofiingy Guttering Repairing COOK STOVESTVE CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY it rfJ r r h fJ lf1ff i1 1 h r 1 ijptT0 v LjiT ui1iJI l 1 1a r iJit JiU iltot FUIlNCM t l fltY Cents n Yon Loco Than a Peony a Number SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY t LPublished at Atlanta Ga over Ii After u career of more or less activity in the Southern field for a quarter of a century The Sunny South has again become historyIi over It devoted to Southern readers and Southern writers and is their own Short stories sketches incidents of war and of peace anecdotes at home and afield poems ideas fash I ions hints for homo keepers everything of interest to old and young will appear in its excellent weekly make The two great serials TRIETBAM OF BLEWr II iK now synopsis to upIituiimcnts anlRosalyndcs Loycrs by son to begin April 27th will be read with throughout 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Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Corract Guy i 6000 For Second Nearect Cof ri ca3 3000I- I ThirdII 1500 FourthII a 1000 FifthII 500 SixthII 400 II SeventhIt 300 Next 20 osch SlOe arnounthiffto 2000 100 DOII 5000II lI 200 23II 5000u 1000U lUII 10000 3060 5 II 15300 A total or 4387 prizes an cuniing to 60000 In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 7538 t 1892 86 O2y 1893II 83 604 1894 776819 1895II 846996 189G Guess what it will be in igor 6000An additional prize c r C for ny person making an exactly correct guess If there be more t e cn correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among thi Tho WeekyyEnquirer81OOO for tans s tweares ten guesses 1000 lyrons L s yccures ten guessosi secVeeklyEnquirer Wilfflore Hotel 1 W M WELMOBB Prop Gradyville Kentucky IT Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached KY q 1ft 1HERE LebanonSteamLanndry LEBANON lHOROUGHLytqulppe modern laundry plant conducted by exper lenced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place to the country Patronize a AdafrlRussell W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED SflflUER Agents Columbia Kwrtucky was 1020107 1897II 864022 1 1898II 793169 1899II 920872 1900II 1049121 00 JONES P V Gmssoi j JONES GRISSOM COLTT it THE above styled firm re Blacksmiths an d Woodworker and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section f rThiB shop is the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need of work in their lines lyr COMBROIALHOTIIL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT I VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openedandcullnarydepartmeatsadSees with the very best the market aCotgs Tho proprietor are attentive and very petite to graeatei Good sample rooms Sad tbbbdtliiag tIIIIIesable sILa take a or Me fRestorative Nerriae fWIr r TilE kBAIR COUNTY NllWS Publis bed Every Wednesday BY TilE Adair ounty Newso1 i INCORPORATED CSAB 8 IIAnius Edtlo DemocraUc newspaper devoted to the lute r eats of the clay orColumbla and the people 0 Adair and adjacent conntles Entered at the Columbia PotoftcenSflrcond Class mall matter SlJ SCRIPT N RATES ONE YPAR SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVAN- ORWEDNESDAY SEPT 4 Democratic Ticket For County Judge J W BUTLER County Attorney JAS GARNETT JR SheriffDR S P MILLER County Court Clerk P T COOLEY Jailer SH MITCHELL Assessor C G JEFFRIES SurveyorR T McCAFFREE CoronerLEONARD FLETCHER SuperintendentJOHN FLOWERS There are four hundred and for tysix cases docketed for the Fall term of the Court of Appeals be ginning in this month The date set for the next Trien nial Conclave is the first Tuesday in September 1904 and San Fran cisco is the city The Mortality list for Kentucky during the year 1900 as shown by the Census Bureau is as follows Total deaths 27091 13843 males and 13248 females In Louisville there were 4092 deaths 2106 being males and 1986 females x Judge Frank E Dougherty of Bardstown has announced his candidacy for Congress in the Fourth district to succeed the Hon Dave Smith There will others e to come to the front and fight for the nomination in 1thatdistrict will be especially in teresting A horrible story comes from Springfield told by a young writing to her aunt who resides a Harrodsburg She states that the water in the reservoir at that place had become so odoriferous that an- investigation was made and the bodies of eight partly decomposed infants were found Boss Sapp and his office holders met in Louisville last Saturday and renamed a ticket for County and City offices The best element of the Republican party did not attend the convention and declare they will have nothing to do with a ticket nominated by the Sapp crowd Jim A Stratton heads the ticket for Mayor The Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer is offering 56000 in Cash Prem iums for the nearest correct guess es on the total voce of Ohio The election in Ohio occurs on Tuesday November 5th this year and is for a Governor State Officers and Legislators The new Legislature will chooses United States Senator to succeed Senator Foraker The jo Enquirer also offers 50 each weekj tf for the largest clubs of guesses re t calved during that week This is f + an excellent chance for obtaining money easy it if Ns t 7 t The Knights Templar Conclave which convened in Louisville last week the most brilliant offal and the largest gathering of people ever assembled in the metropolis of this State From every State in the union and from the distant Ivies f t ara dl Knights came tlnir friends came There wero 10OOJin the parade and thm s undo of others were present who did not take part in the exhibition Knighthood Fully 250 000 visitors were attracted to the cityof Louisville to witness that grand pageant and from everypoint it was a great success Thi first prize in the drill contest which was a silver banquet set of thirty four pieces valued at 3000 was won by the Denver corn utandery of Qolorado St Bernard Com maudery of Chicago won second Golden Gate of California third and a Cincinnati Commander y fourth The drilling lasted from 9 a in to 4 p m on Wednesday and was witnessed by 30000 D a Molay Commandery of LouisviHa bows and pays homage to the Den ver Knights whetnon stand the champions of all the land Below we give the Courier Juurudl in its report of De Molays surrender of the championship to the new champions from the Rockies Eminent Commander Adams than presented a beautiful silk pennant half white and half black ou which was embroidered in gold letters the word Champions and underneath large Passion cross in red The banner was hand somely mounted and on the staff was a goldplate suitably inscribed In presenting the pennant Eminent Commander Adams said Eminent Sir It affords mo pleasure and pardonable pride to represent tonight a commandery to which any Sir Knight may be proud to owe allegiance Though De Molay is only little over a quar terofa century old she has achiev ed in her brief career fame at home and abroad and the most potent factor in her career has been her drill team organized during her infancy This team has appeared in six competitive drills and come off victor in allfour State and two nttionulcontestswinning second prize at Chicago in 1880 and first at San Francisco in 1833 be coming then the champion in the United States which position she has since held On many previous occasions we have gone abroad and accepted the hospitality of our fraters partak ing of yours at Denver only a fe years since j and now wo are hon ored by your acceptance of our in- v tation and we are proud to re ceive you as our guests We have tried to return the many courtesies and bounties received at your hands j we have given our time money and labor to show you our gratitude and to make your stay with us pleasant and profitable i we have given you all we have and now surrender to you that which i dearest to the heart of every Sir Knight in De Molay our much prized championship You have won it fairly Emi nent Sir and while we part with the title with regret we congratu lute you on the succession and beg to present this pennant to you as a slight token of your ascendancy and of our sincere appreciation of past courtesies While De Molay Commandery totthe victors so likewise the Knights of the whole State congratulate the winners but they look forward to a day when our own beloved knights of Kentucky may bring back the prestige held so long and lost only last week Col Breck enridge delivered the address of welcome whiob from the beginning to conclusion sparkled with rhetoric overflowed with senti ment and abounded with logic Taking all in all no city has surpassed Louisville in a thorough preparatIon no State has felt a greater pride and no conclave everI met a broader heartfelt hospitality The city papers overreach all former efforts in paying tribute to the Knights j in advertising theI hospitality of the State and in painting victory on the crowning event of their history and the great dot gathering ever hold in the State This office is in receipt of a 60 page booklet entitled Kentucky the Beautiful by R E Hughes and C C Owsley and issued by the passenger department of the Louisville and Nashville railway Its purpose if tnacquaint the out id wot1dtand ekianBetpeG r ias ially with the many attractive features of the Blnegrass State particularly that portion traversed by this great system of railroad Taking Louisville as a starting point it follows its main line through the State then every at traction and every point and chief character of historic note on its many branches are pictured inan inviting manner It touches the founding and gives a brief nf Gethsemane Abbey fortyeight miles from Louisville the most re uiarknble monastic community in the world and the home of one of the two orders of Trappist Monks on this side of the globe the other being near Dubuque Iowa It marks the spot that inspired Stephen Collins Foster and pro duced his song My Old Kentucky Home it points out from the N car window the place and in troducs the reader to the character the foundation of Uncle Tom r Cabin i it revels in the famous bluegrass sections giving the a synopsis of that section au it greatest characters antebellum days thq persons who figured bat m State and nationalaffairs It gives much information on Kentucky products and from the fine and well equipped L N trains nearly all of the historic places o this State ore reached The L c N will carry you to the first racetrack it passes the first distillery penetrates the rich coal fields glides through the most beautiful and productive region Of the world takes the direct route to the Mammoth Cavethe greatest cavern known and from the beautiful and productive sestinas it carries the pleasure seeker in the heart of th Cumberland mountains where th facejof the earth is rugged and th scene sublime The above mentioned book will thoroughly ac quaint you with the many attract ive features of our State it will revive your memory of her noted and gifted sons and will impart so much information that only a mi ser would begrudge its cost Yo can secure this valuable book by sending 10 coots in stamps io C L Stono Gen Pass Agt L N R R Louisville Ky Louisville is not only to be con gratulated upon the royal mauve- in which the Knights Templar were entertained but her honest citizenship kept pickpockets from entering her gates Something like four hundred thousand stran gars in the metropolis and but one 7or two thefts reported by the tit papers The CourierJournal and the Evening Times did themselves proud furnishing the fullest details of the proceedings illustrating all the interesting points in the city and presenting photo graphs of many of the distinguish ed Knights Mr Zach Phelps the wellknown Louisville lawyer died last Thurs nights ROWENA Mr John McFarland who ha been very sick for several weeks has greatly improved but he will not bo able to meet bis many friends at the Fair Candidates for county offices have not been in this locality up to this writing but our people areI suffering no uneasiness knowing that they will not be disappointed It is some weeks until the elec tien There is some good stock in this neighborhood and a great many hogs will be placed upon the market though we will have plenty of corn for home consump tion Fat cattle are not plenti ful at this time but a great many sheep could be purchased Luther McFarland who is very much attached to Columbia will in all probability enter college there this Fall He is a very excellent young man popular with every body He informed mea few days ago that he expected to meet many of his Columbia friends at the Fair this week JAMESTOWN r W Johnston was in town lastI week Miss Lucy Bell of Dunnville Is the guest of Miss Erne Faulkenburg Miss Lora Snow of Rowena Is vlsl a iting Mrs A H Baugh a 1AaronMiss Josie Rexroat of Missouri Istvisiting Miss Nona ckerynThe teachers institute opened last week with W in atteodanceProtsie CarMhVm and Raymond of Barea jt a College were the instructors They both are able young teachers and the institute was suite a success Mr C L Phelps having spelled 19 of the 20 words selected by Prof Carnabam was awarded the gold medal Miss Lena and Sallie Williams of Montpelier visited Miss Margaret Jones last Wednesday and Thursday Miss Roxy Falkenburg of Bart is visiting relatives in town Prof Mat Winfrey of Stanford at tended the Istltute at this place SevenlySixtMiss Ellie MeFarland of Rnwen cps it week with Mrs W L D iwell W D Jones of Columbia was here last week Miss Katherine Simpson entertained quite a number of her many friends last Friday evenug All present re ported a good time The ice cream supper given by the ladles of the W C T U last Wednes day night at the courthouse was quite a success The Mt Vernon Band fur nished the music and every one seem fd to la a nice time GR rVILLE fuhfpeoplelaStSast verht churchW Grady left Monday mornin for the Russell Springs Fair with a nice string of horses- f Quite a number of people attended service at Nell last Sunday conducted byEid ZT Williams Mr Ferrill the oil man of Pennsyl vania has been with us taking leases Rev T L Hulse is holding a series of meeting at Summer Shade C O Moss and wife visited the fam Ily of Wm Francis of Bliss last Sat urday and Sunday H C Walker has been on the sick list Uncle John Sneed one of the oldest byeeDr W L Turk of Gallion Ala spent a few days of last week with iii sister Mrs H C Walker Messrs John Beauchamp and J C Mosby of Edmonton were in our midst one day last week Misses Bessie Walker and Olga- Hulse are confined to their rooms wit mumps 11Profs G P Dillon and Thad Salmon visited in Metcalfe county Saturday nigutrand Sunday Mr L Beauchamp of Lietchfield is spendlnga few days with relatives in our town Auction sale at J J Hunters last Wre suppose got their money Messrs Sum Mitchell Wm Hurt and Tom Murrell of Columbia were shaking hands with our people last Saturday n A Walker and J H Smith made weekYMr W W Yates one of our bes stock men is in Metcalfe county look lug after sheep He wants 200 stock ewes EUNICE The health of the vicinity is good Miss Josle Stokes has returned to her home in Russell county We regret her departure as she was very popular with the young folks The party at Mr Will Rigneys last Saturday night week was largely attended and very much enjoyed Mrs W C Cundiffj of Dunnville who has been visiting relatives in this SundaysMrs J S Breeding and daughter Lula were shoppingat Edith Friday The spelling match which took place at Neatsburg last Friday night be tween the Gooden and Neatsburg schools was well attended and good be havior Mr Mont R Harmon is visiting in Casey county Mr Ben Evans and Rev Leslie Bittoms a long fishing trip to Cumberland river in a few days Several from here arc attending the Russell Springs Fair aMiss Bertla Breeding accompanied by Miss Pearl Breeding who is teaching at this place visited the latters parJents on Sulphur Fork last Saturday and Sunday We have been informed that Rev Wyatt Montgomery will begin a protracted meeting at Tabernacle soon a We want him to hurry up Come soon The candidates are passing around trequentlyJMr J S Breeding is at home again Mrs Abbie Beard is visiting in this community Ho owes his Life to the Fore thought of a Companion While on a ramping trip to Webster county S I Stump Normantowo W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He sips I firmly believe that I owe life to the forethought of one of the S company who had taken along a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Moral Procure bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot be obtained when on hunting fishing or prospecting trip either can =It be obtained white on cars or steamship and at such and places Itjs most likely to be The sale way is to have it wltb Thousands of travelers nn licrlaapeFor silfeby Hi Cravens as rtrrwR s 1 JP r CANE VALLEY Tom Moore fsMn Louisville Mr Sam Aaron Wilson of Gresham was here on business last Tuesday Mr Frank Rice Jr sold a nice span of mules to Mr Elsie Candid of Dun vllle for 3260 Tom Corbin who has been visiting his parents has returned to his home in IllinoisJo JcFarl lDd of Rowena visited hU brother John and Sol McFarland 1at week Tyler Johnston of Bloomington Ill Is visiting relatives here J W Su Ictt and Horace Massie are visiting in McKInney Texas Miss Pearl Neat of Vester was visi weekdMrs Rose Stark of Lexington is vi siting her tnothjr Mrs Nancy Du val Lee Born garner of Barclay III is visiting his parents Ben Murrell who has been in Day ton 0 has returned home Mrs J E Rice and Mrs J T Sub lett of Taylor county visited ther fattier Mr E C Sdblett Sunday The school at this place under th management of Mrs Mary T Harv e assisted by her daughter Miss Mty is progressing surprisingly well to te ds light of all the patrons in the district The district comprises onejuu e yougall enrolled but ten quite a oomph men l is paid Mrs Harvey and her es tunable daughter Russell Springs Every thing is in readiness for the Fair and visitors have already begun to arri ve The Vaughan hotel has al ready made all necessary arrangements and will comfortably accomodate the many visitors who will attend Some good stock reached the Fairgrounds yesterday and other strings are expected today The health of the community is in perfect order and the water at the celebrated spring was never better Business men have received their- supplies for the week and no one need have any fears of the town being un able to supply their wants Lee Baker one of Columbias bar bers and a half dozen boot blacks from the same city are upon the exhVernon boys are breathing fresh air Bills clarion voice will be heard for miles around It is said that stock from Lincoln Boyle and Casey counties will be here and the many other attractive fea tures will bring a large gathering of people In behalf of the Association I invite you to come Come in bug files come horseback come in spring wagons coma walking come any way just so you get here Dr Jack 03 will be at the Rusv Springs Hotel Russell Springs Ky during the Summer seamtJuly and August Persons desiring to try the new method of healing should uviil whileGaccommodasions can be obtained at reasonable rates CHATPEI JACKSON OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS SOMERSET KY Call or write for farther information IParties in Columbia or vicinity de siring their pianos and organs tuned will please leave word with Mrs Rollin Hurt who will have me notified and the work will be done at once FRED M SCHEIDIEK Bear Brand Fertilizer To grow good wheat you must fez tilizs and when you buy fertilizer you should know that you get the best for the money you pay I am prepared to take care of Your interest in grade and price The Bear Brands are pot surpassed in quality cor undersold in price Good grade wheat grower from 100 to 8125 Art Hurt Columbia and Cray Craft Oct 14 Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Af or thirty Years of SufFrtrhijr I suffered for thirty years with di arrhoea and I thought I was past ing cured says J S Halloway of French Camp MissIII had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from the ef fects of the diarrhoe that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident was permitted to find bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taping several bottles I am entirely cured that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I hare For sale by M Cravens It you want to invest some money in the Columbia 011 Co call on or write Wm F Jeffries or any member of the company in this tows- Astounded the Editor Editor S A Brown Bennetsville surprisedThrough sia he writes my wife was greatly rundown She had no strengthor vigor and suffered great distress from her stomach but she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and utter using four bottles she is entirely well can eat anything Its a grand tonIc aBdMts gentle laxative qualities are splendid torpid liver For in digestion loss of appetite stomach and ver troubles its a pfiUveguarao teed CniB 60catTE l P uirs f PATTERSON HOTEL JAMSST0WN KY Established 1827 No etter place car be found than at the above named hotel Its now elegant furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the b t the market affords Feed Stable in con section J n PATTERSON FOR i SHLS i X 5 WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN TRADE Watches and JcwpJry repaired also for tile trade We send our illus trated ra alpgue free to anyone sending its tielr address Reference this upr- JIUO CIRAKDET CO 404 V Tirfcot Lrilivillo K MirMekj RUSSELIu Spf If1GS J4OTEL i KIMBLE KY ooo Is now open for the travelin public the year round It is a large commodious build ing as the picture in dicates and is run firstclass in every particular oco VAUGHAN GRAHAMProp TURNER BROS LYON JIDEALERS IN FINE BUGGIES flND G GflRRIflGES Campbellsville Kentucky They buy by the CAR LOAD and can sell you anything in their line at sho profit Write for further information or call and see them TO THE FARfllNQ ELEMENT Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Field Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F JEFFRIES SO i Columbia Kentucky LIBERTY COLLEGE t GLASGOWiTweiitySetentli Session Begins Sept 51901 IFaculty of ten competent instructors Literary Music Art Elocution Business and Normal Department vYlVi Equipped with firstclass teachers Glasgow free from Jsalolt s location beautiful and healthful Tcmrs reasjnable For catalogues and particulars apply to Presidentif 8 LS j iT J 1 PERSONAL MENTION Mr J C Neat was In Louisville week Mr C IL Cabell Camp Kuox was in town Monday 0 Mr T L Sherrill Campbollsville wasljere court day sanMrwas here Thursday Dr G T Simpson IJrrelUoir ai here county court Mr W M Wilinore was here the first of the week jsalastMr JT Gowdy Campbcllsville was in Columbia smlJ AdvilleMiss Lizzie Cleaver has returned her home in Springfield Mr J N CoITy leer fur theLoul f vllle market last Monday Mr GI Uosenficld took in the sights at Louisville Jast wehk- Mr Geo B Miller spent last Suuday with his mother at this place Mr Brack Massie Cane Valley here as Monday looking for stock i Mr Allen Walker Gradyvllle was SatrProf Fred Scheidler the piano tutor bbs been in Columbia several day Mr J S Shaw the wellknown lauMr E V Miller representing titoas Curry Grocery Company was here last FrIday MrJS Flowers Russellville vi ted relatives in Columbia andvlclni last weekbroh a throngColumbia Jamestown Mr Edgar C Lewis representing Lewis Wall C Co Cincinnati here ar last Friday Mrs J V White and Mr Carl Strange and wife arc spending a week at the Russell Springs Mr N Wood who visited bis wife and daughter in Western Kentucky returned last Friday Miss Pauline Cabell will enter school at Lexington and will leave for that city next Monday morning O1Mrsoa an extended visit to California re turned last Saturday night Arthur a little son of Mr E W Hopewell who was quite sick last week Is very much improvedaMrs Emma T Strange isiu Louis rifle and will purchase and elegant marketiMrs llyla Hughe who has been Fairfield Iowa for the past j ear turned home Jast Saturday night Mrs W W Bradsbaw was with hor husband at the Louisville and was perfectly delighted with ti exercises n conMrreached Columbia Monday rn route for Franklin Ky where he will enter school Messrs ET Willis J T Barb iJt Jr J W Coy and J B Barbec weresl jn Louisville last week and witnessed the paradelagdebvisitingin Iowa returned home last Saturday night Mr T 31 Grissom wife and daug Dessie Syracuse Kansas are vin ing the family of Dr W R Grissom this placeintMr C H Murrell and daughter Miss Katie and Miss Nina Marcum left for the Russell Springs Fair the first of the week Mr W R Lyon Campbellsvllle was here yesterday accompanied by his sister Mrs J C Hutchinson Barren countyIeMr M J Murrell and wife will Ira ve this morning to visit thelrson who re sides in Iowa They will also visit relatives in IUlnolsEMr J C Campbell Pellyton was In 7 tltherevertatiin his sectlonCMr Bruce Taylor and family and Mr R G McM han and family were forJtusseilMrs Ann Turk an old lady well known in this community is lyi very at the residence of her sons law Mr F P Dohoney Mr Geo McMahan of Eest Fo was in town Monday and left us a dolmuch lar lie reports the corn crop 50 per cent below an average Mr W L Grady passed through town last Monday enroute for the Russell Springs Fair He bad in of charge nine head of fancy horses InMrsMcGee Burksville spent last Satur day night In Columbia and were rlthrthe party who visited Toddrs Cave ly Mr Jas T Page continues to prove and the indications at this time point to an early recovery The a statement will be gnitlfyirig to throughthe out rairs J O Russell and wife and Mrs iKI zie Murrelflefb Monday afternoon andJgo York where the firm will purchased trSj ttxs Mr Allen Pile and wife will reach Columbia next Saturday night Pile who was present wh antthe rites were solemnized returned few days ago Messrs J A Bridgewater and Owen Hardesty Marlon county were here Monday looking for nice mules They will bo at Russell Springs Fair on the business MaMlrt Taylor will lccc for Lexington in a few dues to take charge of the music department in the College the In burPresidcnrDr O S Dunbar returned from Ok lahoma last week He states that it fitie country but he saw nothing induce him to leave Columbia D Ing bis slay be bought a lot In lioba anew town hurl had erected upon i all dwelling which he rents The air county people he met are doing well toBid J W McGarvey Jr and daughter Miss Rey Richmond reach ed Columbia last Wednesday night Tlit y will remain until about the 8th and on their return will be accompa nied by Master Earl McGarvey and Miss Fannie Jonrs daughter of Judge w W Jones who will enter college Jilt Oie Pmf McGarvoy is the print pal Mr Zach Waldrou who was Jn lege here iu reached Columb- urday night on a brief visit to rela s He is a nephew of Mrs Su Msr n Mitchell and Mrs Kate Smith He is wyer by profession and has served United States District attorney At present he resides at Muscogec in the Creek Nation and is a prominent Knights Templar being Eminent hoctyught him to Louisville and having few extra days he visits his old friends and relatives in this city LOCAL JOTTINGS Clean up the square The melon season will soon be owe signedt Russell Springs Fair opened y ester day Go and see Madaris Bros at Glens fork ircuit court will commence DIo week MadarJs Bros Glensfork are se1B rigasout at cost m county canvass is showing signs jlorn to the wife of H E Baker Cnmph Urille on the 27th ult a son astheprureMonday WeG eDluntoomery arc holding a series of 1tetlns at Cane Valley They will tinue through this week Grinstead Co Louisville run an attachment on Mr Buck Rasncr who has been selling groceries in our tow Monday However Mr Rasner had pped most of his goods to Edmonton account of an important trial be in progress the Huffaker Cabbell ate was postponed last McWhand the future date will an nounced in due time Refitsblotitsfinblow night gregation was out and beard eresting sermon The Russells Creek Baptist Assoc tion will convene next Wednesday atwho Traranrtlls Creek Church Green Mr county and preparations are being made for an interesting meeting faPaidJames W Patterson W D G sotnZT Campbell C R Cabell Jassand thGcucaEppersonVICundlffluon SALEI have seventysix ac land for sale on the waters of BI ber A good mare and shone hotcouple yearling cattle left W H CUNDIFF the Columbia Ky Russell County teachers institute was wegek coo myMr were In attendance and there was a blcConahrkamat fed valuable information a tim Mrs Sarah E Eades who lived n Winsor in Casey county died last ren Thursday The deceased was a sister Mr M A Sutherland this county Mrs Eades was about 65 years old and been a member of the Baptist and for maoyycars KLeslie Collins died very sudd atFrankfort last week His w JGowdyCarIm p home when the news of the sudden horridly11ir tore left her arrival be you Geo Nell perhaps has madethe quickest business trip to Louisville eon record Be left here last Friday about dark went to the transacted liis Business and returned to Columbia SuB aY Mordiog to breakfast On the ngcuHQr Found at List isvAll who have cancer Goitre wan e blindnessIcine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pa- ySawMill for Sale One a twohnrso power It can seen running in Green county Th is a new mill and will be sold chew p Fur particulars address the Greens g Lumber Company Greensburg 4t Teachers Association You are expected by teachers and others to have the programs of po ttmatter promptly W D Joues S C S tinho Preaches next Sunday T F Walton thlsclty W S Dudgeon Mt Gilead Z T Williams Dunnville- W Gordon Mt Carmel T L Hulsv Grudyville ct DioMior Freedom A H Rnugh Esto W B Cave Jamestown W II C Sanrihlge Marrowborue laClosing Out Sale The stock of goods at Glenville this county owned by Collins Co will beis closed out at cost There is a general line of general merchandise and in fine condition If you want bargains call atones as every thing must go at the earliest opportunity My reason for closing the business is that I have con cluded to make my home in the West 3t C M MEDAKIS Russell Sprints Hotel This splendid house of entertainment is now open for health seekers Tiie spring at this wellknown water ing place is popular throughout tne State for Its curative powers and the location is the healthiest in all this country It is high and drya fine breeze all the time The table is sup plied with the very best and charges reasonable Write to the under W M VAUOHAK Masonic Election Columbia Chapter No7 RA11I LouensufngpearlastJas Garoett Jr High Priest L B Hurt King lug S Harris Scribe- R F Paull Treasurer W W Bradshaw Secretary W B Cave Capt Host SamLesvieRACaptainW T R Stults M 3rd V j D Lowe M 2nd V A S H Mitchell M 1st V and SentinelantMarriage Lidenses 1Ucfullasviumarrtageltceaseswced S ollicc during the month of August ago Chas Jessee to Miss Armlnda Jessee Claud Harper to Miss Rebecca Fran to Miss JaafoJon oilnGuy Kelsay to Miss Maud Marshall1has Jno A Burton to Miss Louella Bry antMilton Cundiff to Miss Belle Celli J H Weatherford to Miss Nann h4AllenA H Clark to Miss Cordia A CoQe Albert N Johnston to Miss Mattie CoyerodMarriedOn Wednesday afternoon August Zg Ohtao resided with her brotberinlaw W T McFarland near this place Rev Jesse L Murrell officiated assisted by Rev W P Gordon Only the and a few personal friends wit W isrtsa la for the past four years resided In vicinity of this place The groo to this county about one year and during his stay was in the business His deportment was he resgeatlemanlyandhemadequiteanu an of friends For the present the will reside in Louisville aridthey for that city the morning after ceremony carrying with them the best wishes of their many friends Died H MMltcheU who was a brother S H Mitchell this place died his late home naar Knob LickjMefc cape county last Thursday He was very excellent citizen and was a v icfarm of typhoid fever He was 46 sty thearThe funeral services were held Friday afternoon and the popularity tbeverylarge sfriends who called to pay theird ant teiHedlstrifseskdoe BITbrotherills who and News extends its condolence hoping that when lires lobos are finished it will a reunited family jn that lasd above where death never comes and partings are unknown seen Is Mr R C Eubank Is contlnuoo sly Is meeting with losses Lat week his little blue dog valued at S1800 tbC The attention ol the trustees is call sposmeissare ready for the coming court The Columbia Oil Gimpany w commence sinking a well In Wayne county in the next few days lebeisBred about 8150000 acres in the ga four weeks One of the most attractive c ments about the town is the new pa ing fence that encloses the residence of Mr WACffny countuy was married to Miss Esther Este whose home was near Elroy this coun ty lam Sunday The rites were solIemnized at the home of the brides parents and for the present the coupl- will reside in Adair county County Court brought a goodly number of people to Columbia last Monday Traflilc in stock was fairly good and the merchants were busy during the day The watermelon uteri were here- In great numbers and many wagon loads were sold upon the square The people of Russell county are hayloft a delightful time this week The Russell Springs Fair is in session and citizens from all sections are attendance Once a year the people of this hospitable county come to gether dud for four days have an old time love feast- Strangers who will attend the Rus sell Springs lair this week will be peopleRussell of p opposed to the blues and every person who steps within her gates will at once be made comfortable and entertained most delightfully Active work is now going on at the Male and Female High School pre ara tory to opening the Fall session the necessaryimprovements uponthethe trustees of the inssitution is superintending the work Miss Pauline Cabell this city w honored with an invitation to often the Knights Templar Ball Louisville theLouisvIllein time for the young lady to have been present bad she been mak preparations to be in the city during Conclave week A Fair will be held at Columbia next year but there will be a departure from the old way of rendering de products we competent judge will be employed he alone will decide all the horse mule cattle sheep pigs and all other be classes where horses are employed reThery is some excitement about Green county A few days parties were boring a well for water and after going down some distance a vein of coal was struck Work was stopped for the day and the fol lowing morning the hole was filH of T All the land in the neighborhood been leased P The candidates representing bo political parties were in town last Mon D thelem c o the canvass is moving along eerieyo will doubtless remain in the pres good mood until theyoles close 1nMr November The Prohlbltion party of Adair county met at the courthouse last Monday his and named the following ticket for district and county ofllces State Senator W S Stone Russell county Rep CountyJudgeH Cundiff Jailer T G Coffy As sensor C P Banks Superintendent Tobias Huffaker Admcounty forty years ago came in a f weeks slate on a visit In his rout met Miss Cora B Vier and at once attachment was formed which ri pened lute love and Monday aftern were married in this city Keltner Is fiftynine years old and his bride is twentytwoJanuary and May allied for future happiness sand pros perttpeelIt is getting a little late for snake stories but here Is one told by Mr Elzy Damron who was in the office youngboycame up a few days ago wit copperhead snake he had killed upon e premises It was an uncommonly large one and it was suggested to the boyW cut it open Upon doing so Oureves upon the ground Last Thursday the Knights who at Lousvllletrow ey the 12 oclock hack Capt W W is the only Knight of the who has a Templars uniform he was requested to appear on our At litthat will wash full dress as a Knight and attracted considerable a ttentlon as many in this city had never before of the like Sir Knight Bradehaw enthusiastic JCasoo and lath the work mean acid 80411 HisregelialsaannttsuallySeoaeCOstover and ot ed Icity will be equipped for bbpuBWci a IAND Fox hunting has a charm that many do not possess for it ladu tlieindense tlicketswherever the voice of Ofillsection no one we suppose takes more delight in a race than Gov J R Hidman and the idea of killing a fit N rTilsive to all our citizens who fa5tox c a rooster Murrel md when threatswere breathed out a taint the fox the hunters de 1tided to replace all fowls that were caught in this hunting territory So Gov Hindman informed us that he de livered to Mrs Murrell ooh of the finest Plymothrock roosters ever in all this country and that very night chased the fox over a ten acre field a dozen times Unndreed people assembled at the home of Mr C C Bault a surprise dinner being given him it being his Seventieth birthday Eleven of his children and twentysix of his grandchildren were present After dinner which was greatly enjoyed by all they assembl- en the parlor and had a singing ducted by Rev W S Dudgeon and B Beard and G W Pike The young people present were as follows Kittle and Jennie Smith Eliza a Myrtle Watson Mamie Pike Byrtie and Effle Farres Lora Humphrey Millie Ollie and Elsie Bautt Katbrine and Jo Anna Banks and Mary Hood Messrs Geo Pike LIndsey Watson Geo Grider John T Banks Sam Grant Calvin OHe Montie and Wall Bault Everett and Lucian Turner sey and Sam Smith Ben Bault A party of young people chaperoned by Mrs E G Atkins this city and Mrs Jake McGee Burks vibe visited Todds Cave fast Saturday night It required two wagonets and severs buggies to convey the party to t cave and a merrier set of young people are not often gotten together Quite a somber entered the cavern and to those who had never held the underground sights jt was a very Interesting trip Au slogan luncheon was spread and the vocalists did their best to entertain tihelr rural frienes living In the vicinity of the Cave All the members of the party enjopabldc A citizens meeting of taxpayers oL Taylor county met in Campbellsville a few days ago to devise a way and the means for settling the railroad debt o t the county It was the sense of those present that a levy of four dollars on the one hundred dollars be made for this purpose Forty thousand could be raised In this way and If the bondholders will accept that nmount wipe out the debt it will be paid As understand the above proposition win be made to the bondholders at once We hope the proposition will accepted and that Taylor county will be given an opportunity to free herself of this burdensome taxation The following are the election Corn missioners in this immediate section Adair county II B GarneU Demo crat J J Biggs Republican Casey county J P Wilkinson Democrat J Diver Republican county C E Sandidge Democrat JonesRepublican Green count 1VoodsothB Dowell Democrat G D Taylor Republican Russell county J B Fanikenbuar rS R RtenW II Hudson met with a very serious accident last Saturday Hf was on Cumberland river buyingstoct and in the neighborhood of Creelsbcro buggy capsized and Mr Hudson was pitched headforemost to the ground At first he concluded that he was not hurt but later developenients proved that his collar bone was broken He remained on the river until next morning then hurrldly drove home suffering Intensely all the while Reaching home Dr J H Grady was Tirhe abdsle Mr Samuel Lewis of this place re s PJ liMratheoccurred about the first of June in hospital in South Africa The decease was thirtysix years old and sometime ago he visited his brother in this country Mr Lewis sister could not supposition woundn Tohpaper ex tends its sympathy It Is estimated that between six and eight thousand dollars have been paid t in Adair county in the last five weeks for leases It the county is de veloped oil gas etc found the man will have beenproQtably spent It willbracompany who is Lthethe eon of a year if the company continues to hold the Jand leased It under the contract have to pay rent at a specified sum per acre We understand there lags great deal slckaeesalong Cmuberland river be tween reel brQ and Burksville The cause is attributed to decay iBg vegetation Corn In the low lands was covFr by recent high waters and the sun- raysbsrnltauXhGWGRser9dtsagreo lea rx with the result as shave RtttM CKEELSBOKO cesOur town is alittle dull just now citizens are moving out forth Springs Decaying vegetation along t banks of the river is furnishing a vry pleasant odor and many are feirfulj that an epidemic of fever will out The people througbtout thins coon were very sorry to hear of the aruih iii- ed which befell Mr W H Hudson it river last Saturday He has been trtheI ing in this locality a great many and his friends are numerous 0rtheriver to get low in order that they may fusnMany hogs on the river will be sold as the late rise in the Cumberland river destroyed thousands of barrel uf corn Marlo8eo Helm of tbls place and also his con nectlon in Russell county Mr Helm was reared in the neighborhood of Helms MilLin Russell rointy joined the Confederate Army iu 1861 wail pa ruled in j2j came hume and in a short time went to Lebanon where he has lived ever since Mr J D Simmons of this place died last Saturday and was buried Sunday Our school is progressing finely 78 scholars Only one case of serious sickness in this community and that is Mrs Maud Blair Rev J A Johnson pastor of the preachedI Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep n good stock of good stock of cantnbe suited in my ready made line I am prepared to make exactly what you want I sell the FISHER BUGGY eswarranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robes whips etc J W JACIMANColumbia Kentucky laRCWi DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble Works1 alLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE GRANITE GLENSFORK 1I llt IIPRICES LOW WOkK GUARAN TEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to pi kinds f mosomy work such as foundatitn fronts etc 7M P JEPPKIES Tocal Agent Columbia Ky RUSSELL SPRINGS FAIR splendidsplace of entertainment 1901e0The grounds are in excellent condition and u PirstClass Show Is Promised If yon want to spend a few days pleas youVuricywill be engaged uud rill drawing attrac Lions on thE grounds J H SMITH President A P SIMPSON Secretary Columbia 1 F High School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY c 1856I 0SESSION OF190J1902 4GthTBAR OPENS SEP 23 10 01 oNew Faculty New Equlpcicn t New and complete course of study preparing tOt teaching or college Normal methods of InstructionImproved building iNcirAis CHAIU ENDOWKD For catalogue terms or other informs n KaY HARRY PBYNE WILLS BRENTLINGER HAEBT B PTNE COi edMANUFACTURERS ANDDEALERSIN Secon airland Sand New Machinery OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville Kentucky Gc roi FOR Guttering g COOK STOVESjWELL CASINGS AND Ki t SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER Ui 0 OOLUMBIA K1H1UOYT- s 7 J lir r v 1 s OBITUARYI A sad Leonard Texas a few days e bore the news of the death of Rob E Wells Ho was a victim of that fatal disease typhoid fever and was a great FnlTorertill death relieved him rThe deceased was an affection n ate brother a devoted husband and loving father He was born and reared in Cumberland county near Creelsboro though kit a orphan very young he fought the battle of life bravely having a quired a fair education and taught some before taking his leave for Texas fourteen years ago Left alone in the world he had in him a kind and loving heart which manifested itself in his words and actions to his friends and associates and all who knew him loved him After living in Texas several years he married Miss Hattie Davis of Honey Grove who he lived very happily with until separated by death He leaves a heartbroken companion and two darling little onus a sister and brother to mourn his early death but may they put their trust in the Lord for He promises to be a husband to the widow and a father to the fatherless He is abund antly able to take care of all who trust him While we are not abl to understand His ways let us pray to be submissive to his blesse ed will While our torn and bleeding over the loss o this dear one let us remember that God does all things for the best When he left us 14 years ago little did we think we would never meet again oil earth bu we hope to meet him in that home where farewell will never be spokI en SISTER Tariff Reform Tariff reform was never more urgently needed than now when the production that foreign markets are a prime condition of it continued prosperity This is tho language of the Ohio Democratic platform and it is calculated to make one smile We have just closed the books of a fiscal year i and they show that wo have soMJ more of our commodities in foreign markets than any other yea in our whole national existence Then where is the suggestion ed upon wisdom that we should reform the tariff in order to inIcrease our foreign trade It i gAmore satisfactory than it ever been therefore what is wrong Knoxville Tribun- eRemarkable Case Thomas Arbuckle twentyfour years old residing near Scotts burg Ind has not eaten a partie cle of food for four years Four years ago he had typhoid fever which left his cardiac orifice completely closed up An operation was performed which disclosed the fact that one side of the stomach was made fast to the wall o the abdomen When he requires food he pours it in a liquid state Is with aid of a fHniiel through this opening into his stomach Hisil sense of taste is as acute as everh and he samples the food by first taking a sip in his mouth before pouring it his stomach He has excellent health and does as much work in the field as any ordinary of man He claims to experience no inconvenience by not boing able to take his food in the ordinary way The case is without a parallel ing matoria medica in that the health ofthe man is such that he can perform the manual labor of anSl ordinary manhbrr At Frankfort the State authori ties are troubled over tho question justi9ca As during the session of the Legissl lature more men carry revolvers in Frankfort than any city in theca United States and as guns h vea been the leading factor in outpoltI itics for the past two years jvesee a see no occasion for a cold sweat upon tho massive browof Su1ieriues tendent McChesney over such a litnttie thing as a mountain school teacher toting off a gun Abe Wilder a negro was burned at the stake at Red Branch Texas He confessed to murdering Mrs Caldwell Wildner waspI chained to an elm tree dried sorghum hay piled about his feet and limbs and wood piled to his hasrband of iiheyiotini applied the xaiifah JO aYnth ftJr ifI x1 I Cuban Demand IThc e that territory the which has been the dream 01of the Republic for over a century now have to cry out for con sideratlon uud then while under coo trol of our own government we should be losing trade hitherto enjoyed with it The statement of Mr L V DeAbad commissioner for the ccoiuic asset lions of Cuba are remarkable in many ways Why should the people of Cuban be forced to cry for terms when we have heretofore been so anxious e se cure their allegiance There is doubt but that It left to the people of the United States there would be in stout annexation of Cuba and autqual ly instant gift to the Cuban people of the absolute free trade for which Di DeAbad now pleads What interest is it then that stands between the tra ditlonal desire of the people of the United States and accomplishment t9 It is not the objection of the people Cuba for it must be admitted that they have been led very mildly through many experiences which can only be explained by their willingness to be come one with us The objection is personal and greedy on the part of t sugar and tobacco interests whit seek to bleed the people of the union by the exclusion of Cuban products Are the people made for the tins or the trusts for the people This question will become very prominent as Cuban matters are discussed and will be found that business interests created and fostered by the goner- f meat are enacting the part of defeating the will of the in icgard to the Cuban question Itof is mortifying to have a Cuban tell us that Americans undertake business- t in the island with the same feeliLg though they were doing it in a country and this Is because the products of the island do not receive th advantage of American connexion The Cuban commissioner has done the United States as well as his own country and his words will go a long way in inciting the people to gropes action Atlanta Constitution Sparks of humor Probably the man whose wife owns a pugdogbas the sympathyof the deb- It a husband and wife are unable to away for the summer they can start a quarrel at home and haTe a littler outing There is one redeeming feature about a foldingbed even the mos timid female doesnthavc to look under before retiring financial journal publishes rules for discoveringcounterfeit bank notes What the average man wants Is few simplejuIes for discovering the genuine article Said an Irishman If a Yankee heret up early the next morning and set inhabitant a map of the place Dr Louis Knapp aged 40 a prattle ng physician of St Luis his sepir ated himself from his wire and four children and will become isolated from tbcfwo was city two weeks ago The doctor wh a graduate of a Detroit medical col has taken final leave of his fam y With his patient and prisoner as only companion Dr Knapp wit r live in a threeroom frame house now being built by the city authorities at Quarantine and will there devote the greater part of his time to the study leprosy There were five other applications for the position The veterinarians of Chicago all have their hands full fighting the low rade of socalled influenza which is raging in that city at the present time Vast numbers of horses are sick and owners of stables in which the orses arc worked hard and few alternates kept have been forced Into theS market to buy new material wherewith to horse their wagons n The New YorkEyenlng Sun thus on up the present situation in Goth Never in the history of the lo l horse market has there been such of horses as at the present It is almost impossible to buy horse at anything like the price formerly asked and some classes of hors such as Coachers for instance can be had at any price That de scribes the situation in a few words According to a report by Consul General Long at Cairo the slave trade still exists at Egypt and Abyssinia and in some Instances public sales take Henry M FJagler recently divorced from his insane wife by means of a special act of the Florida Legislature married Miss Lilly Kenan at Keneans silts N p oa Saturday E l r Thomas Denim a Mercer county farmer committed suicide when the sheriff arrested him Sever years ago Dean killed his wifes brother for which he served a term in the penitentiary When released his wife refused to live with him With him lived his two daughters whom it is alledged be would not permit to have coma pany or to attend church Slit uric day August 10 he knocked oldest daughter Mary down be cause he saw her in the company of a young man the night before noFor this Sheriff went to arrest and when the officer presented t warrant Dean asked to go into the house to change his clothes En teriug the door he called his laugh rtern who did not answer IIo put a revolver to his head and fired dying instantly When Dean heard a warrant had been issued fur J arrest he made remarks which Jl- If others to believe that he intend ii to kill the Sheriff and both h daughters For this reason it said both girls fled from the huffs when the officer came heJealousy and malice are ahoy lithe only attributes that some small souls possess Their bitter tongues ever giving forth veno mmLpressioua that will not be remove in the ordinary course of a It wolf lite Oftener than otherwise 5too it is the case that these char nutters carry within them some hid leden spot a festering sore which would clearly explain the source evil that makes their lives a burden and creates that unrest that seeks to destroy the goods name of others 11It is said that Mark Hanua i Republicane a has a full knowledge of the needs of the Southern delegates and the delegates have a proper apprecia tion of the solidity of Hanna- r The Republican Lonisville Commercial is still camping on the trail of the editor of the Democratic Post of that city The Commercial and the Post stand alone in the claim that the latter is a Democratic paper Indictments were returned in Montgomery Ala against thirty momta a ne- gro in Elmo county It is said that raw tomatoes lib orally sprinkled with salt and eaten will quench a mans thirstt for whisky But there are some men who dont want their thirst quenched prominentIvilla was found dead in bed at Crofton At their examining trial at Nioh olasville John and James Higg- were acquitted of the murder o John Marshall oEvery good citizen of the Comj monwealth will be gratified to know that the young wife of the young Governor of Kentucky will soon be well There was more money spent i Louisville last week than in any one week IIi history of the city Our corn tobacco and grass have considerably improved since the rains Some of our farmers estimate their corn crop at 300 barrels If you want to invest some moneyI- the Columbia Oil Co call on or write Wm F Jeffries or any member of the company in this town Dr Jackson will be at the Russell Hotel Russell Springs Ky during the Summer season July and August Persons desiring to try the ew method of healing should avail themselves of the opportunity while of their summer vacation Good hotel accommodasions can be obtained at a reasonable rates CnAriEL d JACKSON a OSTEOPATIIIC PHYSICIANS SOMERSET KY Call or write for further information Parties in Columbia or vicinity desiring their pianos and organs tuned will please leave word with Mrs Bollin er Hurt who will have me notified and the work will be done at once FRED M ScnsiDLKU Bear Brand Fertilizer To grow good wheat you meet for tilfzs and when you buy fertliiser you should know that you get the beat for the money you pay I am prepared to take care of Your interest in tirade apd price The Bear Brands are not surpassed in quality cor undersold in price Good grade wheat grower from 100 to 125 Art Hurt Columbia and Cray Craft Oct 14 t IkT Kentucky Fair Dates Tne following are the dates for hold allug the Kentucky fairs this year so far as reported Shelby ville August 274 dayp Springfield August 282 days Bardstown September 35 days Elizabethtown Sept 1O4 days Bowling Green Sept 104 dnys Glasgow Sept 184 days T W Newberry of Martin county an exmember of the Legislature was thrown from a mule receiving probable fatal injuries heWhat a Tale It Tolls If that mirror of yours shows a wretched sallow complexion a Jauii dicedlook ruoU patches and blotches on the skin its liver trouble but Dr Kings New Life Pills regulates the liver purify the blood give clear skin rosy cheeks rich complexion Only 25c at T E Pulls drug stores For ills first time in twenty yrsr11 re is not a single unpai- di indivMiM ciuim on file ins Fraul r iid the finances of the State r ii ling condition To vavo Her Child From frightful disStfuremcnt Mrs Nannie Gallugcr of Layranae Ga applied Backlens Arnica Salve to great sores on her head and face and writes Its quick cure exceeded all herhopes Ittrorkstvonderslnsoresbrulsesski- d n eruptions cuts burns scalds and ells 25c Cure guarnteed by Paull J S Ilensou of Robertson county aged 65 years went to the barnyard to milk his cow whe he became and died in a few minutes afterbeing taken to the house Lock Jaw E H Hardin China Springs Tex says One large dose of Morleys Won lochawas a cure sav ed me a 6500 animal Sold by agent in every town Ada Ester a white woman was arrested in Madison county on the charge of housebreaking She is the first white woman arrested it the county on a similar charge A Warning Pain or soreness in the back must never be slighted Kidney diseases creep on us with only that one warn- Ing Delay Is folly when by the timely use of Morleys Liver and Kidney Cor dial the great System Renovator all danger can be avoided This remedy is a positive cure for Kidney and Uri nary troubles Ask your druggist While dove hunting R M Hunter Democratic nominee for Jailer of Jessamine county los 1of the sight of his right eye by the explosion of a cartridge Wonderful Eight Cures cholera diarrhoea cramps colic lomeness sprains lumbago swellings neuralgia rheumatism and tooth ache All pain internal or external cured quicker with Morleys Wonder ful Eight than any other remedy Ask your druggist Nushvillse purchased the Shelby villef Bloomfield and Ohio road for 150000 and will operate it as branch of their system Husband If you have a weak nervous debilitated wife do not scold or become patient with her Give her kind treat Livenr regulate and strengthen her system and she will soon be your healthy happy best bnlf Price 81 Sold by agent in every town Mr Charles Martin of Millers burg and Miss Maud Oiiey of Cynthiana were married in Lex weekm Ho owes his Life to the Fore thought of a Companion While on a ramping trip to Webster county S L Stump Normantown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He says I firmly believe that I owe y life to the forethought of one of the cod pan who had taken along a bottle Chamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Moral Procure bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot be obtained when on hunting fishing or prospecting trip S Neither can git be obtained while on- board cars or steamship and at such times and places It is most likely to be needed The safe way is to have It with you Thousands of travelers nevBleave home on Journey For sale by DL Cravens Wm Devore a Hart county faramar was killed by a limb from a tree falling on his head Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to acutbrulse burn scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and wflly heal the parts in less time than anyh other treatment Unless the very severe It will not leave a scaro Pain Balm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by M Cravens f LWNCOFFEEA 1 our next advertisement IIWatch 5Inevery package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list No housekeeper in u from the wrappers of one pound sealed packages which is the only form this excellent coffee is sold The pool rooms in Covingtoh have been closed Their Secret is Out All Sadlcvillc Ky was curious to Jearn the learn of the vast Improve ment In the health of Mrs S P Whit taker who had for a long time endue ed untold suffering from a bronchial trouble Its all due Dr Kings New Discovery writes her husband It completely cured her and also cured our little granddaugh wbooplnIj colds lagrip bronchitis all throat and lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 50c and 81 00 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls drug store Wm Percell shot and killed his father Massey Percell near Churches Postoffice Tenu In the darkness ho mistook his fath or for a dog which was in the hob it of prowling about the premises Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Great Favorite The soothing and healing properties this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It Is especially prized by mothers of small children for emits croup and whooping cough as It always affords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by M Craven A four year oldson of Dennis Lucas at St Marys W Va while playing with matches se Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Aft er thirty Years of Suffering withdiing cured says J S Halloway of French Camp Miss I had spent so much time and money and suffered so much that I had given up all hope of recovery I was so feeble from the ef fects of the dlarrhoe that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chlera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after tak- Ing several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased wit the result that I am anxious that it be in reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by M Cravens Johnson Long the fourteen year old son of exSheriff A C Long of Shelby county died of lockjaw and brain fever resulting from a slight wound caused by jumping on the stump of a weed Astounded the Editor Editors A Drown of Bennetsvllle C was once immensely surprised Through long suffering from Dyspepsia he writes lmy wife was greatly run down She bad no strength or vigor and suffered great distress from stomach but she tried Electric itters which helped her at once and after using four bottles she is entirely well can eat anything Its a grand and its gentle laxative qualities re splendid for torpid liver For in digestion loss of appetite stomach and liver troubles its a positive guaran teed cure 50c at T E Paulls Mary Haughtmeyer eighteen of age committed suicide at home near Middlesboro No for the deed is known The State Guard encampment iaOwensboro haaclosed 0101 1 arrti 5 j X 4t t It 1 to a IS THE RULE POR NAilING COPPEE A OF will give you stronger coffee than a of any other kind Here is where you save money or coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide our in which TIlE THREE DEALERS IK Exclusive High Grade or New Designs Perfect Pitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue KY Nwly Furnished American P tflCoPer s Uc s MEALS 25c 523 W MarketSt LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER njrr D 1 The greatest ambition of Amer woman afflicted with female ease is constantly menaced with or gnus but Wine of Cardui does regulate that pre anti desolate for years Wine of Cardui gives women tho health and strength to bear heal thy children Yon can get a dollar bottle of Wine of Cardui from your dealer IIWINEOf TaMispoaiM Gupa BUTF TABLESPOONFUL Lion Coffeetablespoonful USE LION COFFEE imperfections happinesscomfort OHIOll baIby COFFEEis CITIES SHOE STORE ShoesCO LOUISVILLE Jdosier 3Votci liiHERRO ltavehomes Notderangements lr4IVentI CARDDISI Market Street Memphis Teen April ofWinonIMmedWluoofCarduL 811901The feelhbe without wino of Cirdul In ay houseagain Mrs W aSMITH cI1fng8JmCbattanooPt roanemD ayi LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stoek Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 500 5 25 Light shipping 4 755 Oi Best butchers 4 lo4 50 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium bUhr 2 753 50 nOOSe Choice packing and butch erg 200 to 300 Ibs 5 85 Fair to good packing 160 to2001bs GOO Good to extra light 120 to ICO tbs iii 5 SUKKP AND fcAKBS Good to extra snljjpjng pjFairCommon tJ medlfim2x260 i i YETINERY SURGEON fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur class work done at fair prices IGUARANTEB SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of stock S D CRENSHAW mllo from Columbia on Disappointment RUNEROWROLESALE UO DUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Poul try Iud Egg Alsj guarantee highest market prices 471 I5rolc Street LOU 1SVIL E KENTUCKY aims Farmers Lam prepared to takeyourordersf- orHydraulic Rams toturow water from your springs to your bouses or barns Can also furnish pumps or any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcuin Hotel Yours truly N WOOD Low R75TES TO NEW YORK IAnd Return July 1st to Oct 20tt1001 VIA Bio OUI Tickets will be good for return trip tea days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route 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