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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r iiTtTHE JLDAIR COUNTY NEWSJ VOLUME 4 TOOLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 181901 NUMBER 45 POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Office honrimreelt days 700 am to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CouRTThree sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W Vf Jones Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron Sue rJ W Hurt Clerk Juc Coffey M CccKPirst Monday in each month Judge J W Butler County Attorney Jas Gs tnett Jr ClerkT R Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor A Bradshaw Surreyor R T McOaffree School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher L 3iTT RCKnlarcourt second Monday in each month Jdge J W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STRHM Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool atfl a m ever y Sabbath Prayer meeting Wednesday nightL MET ODIST BUn Rev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST castor Services third Sunday In each month Jandayschol every Sabbath at a m Praye- meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool overy Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and AMEcgu- ar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month VM T R SToats Secy B A No7 meets first Monday night In each month J U H P W W Secretary New Carriage and Wagon Shop 0I have leased the B C Eubank shop and will give C Ptfiae Wagon Work special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken in return for work S F EUBANK Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky HANCOCK PropJ rTJUNIUS 0lThe above Hotel has been fitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at attached Flips Hose Belting PACKING IBO LER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipei General Brass and Iron Goods for Water G sand teamI Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHREHS OTT MFG COr INCa RP9RTPD 325329 Main SI Louisville Kentucky ARSON MOSS CO rf BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COUilBLA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 yearsand know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We willI take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Cn Children love to take Mprleys Little Liver Pills for JBttiotisJPeopk because they are small look and taste like aasdy and do not gripe nor sioken them S gar 0ftte l Oae a DON Sold lu t ti sf confesses to a conspiracy Says He Threw a Package of Papers With All th Names land Details of the Plot Into a Sewer HE nEN IONS ONLY ONE PERSON New York Sept llA special to the Herald from Buffalo says Leon Czolgosz has confessed to the police that his attempt upon the life of President McKlnley was the result of a conspiracy in which many besides him self had a part So far as can be learn edCzolgosz has refused to mention any name except of Emma Goldman but papers are in existence which if they can be discovered will lay bare the en tire conspiracyand will resuitln wholesale arrests followed by prosecution Although Emma Goldman has been arrested in Chicago it is probable she will be brought to Buffalo for trial The center of the conspiracy is here Buffalo is filled literal Jyjio overflowing with agents of the secret service A search is being mad of every sewer that underlies the cljy and it is known prpers conlalorogJtne details ol the conspiracy and the names of those concer ned Czolgosz in the plot together with an outline of its ramifications In his confession Czolgosz told of his attempt to destroy the writien evidences of the conspiracy He has said that time did not permit him to burn the papers as he bad desiredIBefore leaving his room in Nowalks pa11pers Teachers Association Program of Teachers Association to be held in Magisterial District No 2 at Oak Grove schoolhouse September 28 1901 Devotional Exercise Welcome Address W L Brockman Which should be studied first the Nation or State Constitution CF Breeding Select ReadingM M White Why study CivIcs and give method C A CoffeyaRecitationElnora Leach What influence does the study of history have on the characterH J Conover Music w Noon Music Give method of teaching begginners- to read Carrie Harmon RecitationIda Willis of Preparation by the TeacherWm McCaffrey Select Beading Pearl Breading How teach Geography Walker Bry antDeclamationBeecher Piece Assignment of Lessons W Sinclair How prevent disturbances in school Forest Bradshaw CARRIE HAKMON Sec a Ought to be no Opposition Owenton Herald 11Thefor tIIsThe truth of the matter is there ought IJJudgeman an able statesman a profound jurist and an uncompromising Democrat In the very trying position inm which he was placed by virtue of hisII office after the brutal assassination of Gov Goebel he discharged the sacred duty devolving upon him without fear to or favor and with an impartiality thatt won the admiration of even his bittera estpolitical enemies In addition to all this he is our near neighbor adlns1 the same congressional district with Owen county Chamberlains Cough RelBetlya- GreatFavorlte The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pteasast taste aad and permasent cure have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized by mothers of shall children for colds croupand whooplngcouRb wit always affords quick relief and as it centals no opium or other bart drug it may be gives as conSdeafely to a as toaa adult For sale by Ir Jb11 his table All werebound together in one package which he concealed be neath his coat- Czolgosz says that he made a circuit uous and aimless trip about the city that at some point which he cannot now describe he came upon an open sewer Into this sewer he cast his pa pers Inch by inch the sewers of this city are being searched and if such a thing is possible these papers will be recovered On authoritive information it can be said that during the last ten weeks Emma Goldman has visited six anarch 1st organizations She has been in Buffalo threa times since July 12 hav- Ing left the city the last time four days before the attempted assassination Emma Goldman Czolgosz and Abraham Isaak were in consultation in Chicago on two occasions Mary Isaak accompanied Emma Goldman to Buffalo the last time the archleader of the anarchists was here Leon Czolgosz was accompanied to Buffalo and about the city by a mysterious Bohemian man and woman who acted so suspiciously as to war rant the assumption that they knew of the intention of Czolgosz assassinate President These two Bohemians now being looked for all over the United State- sPoliceman And Preacher Brooklyn now has a minister of the Gospel on its police force He is Patrolman Herbert Lowe of the Ralphj Avenue station For the past 13 years Policeman LoRe has been gaged In evangelistic work in conjunc tlon with his duties as a member ofI the police department On Wednesday evening last he was informally orjdalned to the Westminster United Presbyterian church on Hopkinson Brooklyn A number of preachers from Brooklyn and Mao hattan took part in the services which were termed an undenomina tional ordination Patrolman Lowe ill now give his work wider range and it Is expected that he will be vited to preach in churches of the Lowe has been a member the police department for 16 years The origin of his evangelistic work he says was inspirational In threes years he says he has in connection with his daily duties as a policeman delivered about 300 sermons officiated at nearly 30 funerals made 200 sick and effected 437 conversions Six of these conversions he says were deathbed repentances Besides being policeman and a preacher Patrol man Lowe is a poet He has written IIdistributed 1200 poems of mlsscellane ous character among the sick and af with whom he has come in con tact His comrades on the force have greatest respect for him and be is welcomed as a visitor in hundreds of homes in the upper section of Brook N Y Times a Cures Blood Poison and Cancer Fating sores swellings falling hair ucous patches ulcers scrofula ach bones and Joints itching skin bolls pimples etc by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B made especially cure malignant blood and skin B B11 heals every sore makes the blood pure and rich Over 3000 cures worst and most ob ate cases by taking B BD Druggists I1 Describe troubleRand trial a bottle sent free by writing to Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Teacliets Association You are expected by teachers and others to have the prOttrmsot your teachers association printed in the county papers Please attend to this Matter promptly W D Jones SCS IQ trisstlBR a well IB carroll 8tyc Morgann was blown out of the ell t4l fatally iHJurcd w A Word In Time After the natural shock at the commission of a crime senseless as it was horrible it would be well froel the sound moorings of conserva tism and discretion- In times of great excitement th public mind is easily inflamed It then devolves upon publia leaders to be wise in utterance slow in speech and hesitant about commit ting themselves to propositions not presentable when normal con ditions exist A population of 80003000 of people has bornetha e shock of a great crime with a composed indignation to be expected- of its high standing Government privileges and rights exist for this mass The work of the assassin was but that of the sporade or at most of a few scattered groups The fault lies in the execution of laws in existance providing for the punishment of vagrancy in cendiary speech and sedition TheI prominence of the anarchist is gained by the prominence of hisI victim and not from any general acceptance oL his views To say that would bo to slander the American people The accomplices in the assassination of King Hum bert should have been punished The law is wide enough under which they could have been dragged in The anarchists of Pater sou should have been placed uponc the rock pile the moment they rejoiced over the assassination of the president With a recorder like Judge Broyles they would have been doing time to day As it is the American people have asserted themselves The government will move on without- a hitch The people will cling closer round about it Patriotism and love of institutions have been strengthened There should be no appeal to passion no departure from precedent no jarring of regularity Such sermons as that delivered by Dr Naylor of Washington are not to be commendedc They would but lead to the very anarchy we are condemning All willpray that the president may recover and that public tranquility a will win its greatest victory over provocationAtlanfa Constitution A Severe Arraignment- In his charge to the grand jury of the Franklin Circuit Court Monday morning while deploring and condemning the dartardly attempt- on the life of President McKinley Judge Cantrill contrasted the action of some citizens of the State ministers included who are now denouncing anarchy and anarchists who had neither sympathy nor prayers for Governor Goebel when hewas shot down by an assassin He called attention to the fact that officers of the Court who were engaged in the trial of the persons charged with this crime had been frequently threatened with assassination and paid his respects in vigorous way to the newspapers which if they did not approve the Goebel assassination were willing- to excuse it Georgetown Times All hens are good layers but some ado better Itis the better hen we are after Poultry Herald says it ia necessary to select females that are good layers and if possible form a line of good layers and to them mate a male bird that is known to be the son of good layer You then have a good laying qualities in the blood of both males and females and ought to have good results in this direction from the stock produced by such mating Wilonorfal Eight Cures cholera dfarrhoeaf cramps colic lameness sprains lumbago swc Hop neuralgia rheumatism and tooth aebe All pain internal or external d quicker with Morieyd orader ftJHRht than any other remedy Ask yeurdruggist f I Father Says He Should Hang Chicago Sept 8A Cleveland telegram to the RecordHerald saysMembers of the family of Leon Czolgosz the assassin denounces his act as bitterly as any He was a hated brother in the home of a feeblemindeed and certainly erratic He was one of the attendants at the Sun day afternoon meetings of the Franklin Club one of the numer ous organizations by which the lo cal anarchists sought to spread their propaganda when the Club Krapotkin was broken up eight years ago I hope swings was what Ja cob a brother of Leon Czolgosz said when asked what he thought of his brothers crime and then added if he did it The brother said Leon was never bright was a bully to his smaller brothers mo rose and selfish Paul the father says He ought to be hanged for his crime is so bad that there can be no hope of parden He was a boy who was easily led and he must have been the tool of others He was not the one to plan such a crime or commit it unless controlled by others with stronger minds He must have been sent to kill the President He could not do such- a thing of his own accord Dr Willett Dead The Rev Dr Judson C Willett died at his home near Ekron Mead county last week aged sixtysev- en years The funeral services took place at the Baptist church conducted by Rev B F Ha gan of Hodgenville Rev Willett was one of the bestknown Baptist ministers in the State and was a leading member of the Salem As ciation He lead been pastor of the Buck Grove church for a peri od of fortyone years and was greatly beloved by his congregation To Provide Death Penalty Cumberland Md Sept 8rIn discussing the attempted assassination ofPresident McKinley Congressman Geo A P Pearre of Maryland said I will offer a bill in the next Congress of the United States amending the Con atioll so as to make an unsuct attempt upon the life of a President of the nation treason and the penalty death The matty who strikes at the natijns public enemy and should be treatedas such FOR SALEI have seventysix acres of land for sale on the waters of Big Creek A good mare and a bunch of yearling cattleW H CUNDIFF Columbia Ky Teachers Association Program for Teachers Associa tion for Districts 4 and 5 to beheld at Gradyville Oct 19 IDOl Devotional Exercises Music Welcome Address Wm Vil more Response GP Dilon Music How to control primary pupils Mary Todd W T Salmon Relative value of Arithmetic and Grammar Mrs Shirley Holland Simpson Music Methods in teaching Reading Millard Welch Bessie Walker How to get pupils interested in History Hallie Nell Nora San didgeMusic What is successful teaching Li da Simpson Garfield Flowers Psychology in education Supt Jones What is good discipline Pearl Hindman Burton Yates teaching pay Fannie Stults Edith Curry Methods in spelling Nannie Bradshaw Sallie Yarberry Mrs Annie Yarberry Music What books should teachers read Vina Royse Clauie Walker R L Campbell Language lessons Gus Hundley Lou Frankum Nannie Rowo Literature Prof Grarger Gov HiudmanThe will be called to order at 10 oclockand close with night entertainment All teachers of Adair county are invited to be present and take part In Need of Bread An Arkansas editor rending that a young lady in New York kneads bread with her gloves on says We need bread withour boots we need bread with our pants on and if our subscribers in arrears dont pay up soon we shall need bread without JJIon We have beensolicited to ask for the Louisville Annual Conference a year hence and in order to entertain it would have to have the help of the surrounding coun ry as there will be morn than two hundred to be entertained and in order to find out what we can do ou will be called on privately to state how many you will care for during the session which will last about one week So far we have met encouragement from all inter viewedJESSE L MURRELL P EoW P GORDON P C Ed Hayden a Daviess county saloonkeeper committed suicide Watch our next advwrttewneni I A Diplomat I have a little son eight years old He is smart and bright and for mist ehievousness I think cant be beaten l was sitting in a room one day read ing and smoking when he came saun terlng up to me with the forefinger of his left hand in his mouth I thought lit the time there was something wrong but said nothing with regard- to the same Pa he said after awhile I didnt net one demerit in school today You didnt Willie I Interrogat ed throwing a rather tierce ook upon him Well Im sure thats a good and I carried a bucket of coal up for Kato after school he went on still keeping tbatfiager in his mouth Wily you are getting very considerate treturned Yes and I brushed your coat off nice and clean No Willie you didnt do that I asked looking frowningly at him for I knew he had been up to something Yes I did pa and I lit the gas in mas room for her 6IWellrnow And I shined your best shoes until they glitter like Sister Ellas looking glassIs that so What else have you dune Well I studied all my lessons In nchool got out at the regular time said yes sir to Uncle John and help ed the hostler around the stable Why whats the matter with you Are you going to get sick No sir he replied twisting around a trifle but Im going to ibo a better boyat least for awhile You are Well Im glad to hear lJatJThere was a short pause and then be aid Here pa arc two cigars for you I bought them with my own spending money Ill buy you a boxful when I get some money At this juncture be placed both littie arms aiouud my neck ant sobbed aluud Oh pu he asked do you like your little boy Why of course I do1 I replied getting alarmed Are you ill No but Ive got something to tell you Would you keep your little Willie from pain Certainly I would TellmewLat is the matter my son IoAU right pa I will dear good old pa This morning Billy Button Tommy Todd and myself were pla lug ball and I couldnt catch very well so I went aud gut your brand new stovepipe hat and caught with that Pa that hat must be made of awfu- poor tuff for the first fly ball went clear through it knocking the roof out But never mind Ill buy you anther one clasping me tighter as 1 essayed to rise and one goudnu that too- What could I doBoston Courier e LION COFfEEA LUXURY YiTHIN THE REACH OF ALL J THE lion does picket duty for you and prevents adulteration and impurity from entering into your pack age of LION COFFEE When you buy an unbroken package of LION COFfEE you have coffee that is absolutely pure strong and invigorating A single pound makes 40 cups No other coffee will go so far You will never know what it is like till you try it LION COffEE is not a glazed compound but a pure coffee and noth ing but coffee f f fe67 package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully iflostf atei and bxtiotire Iistsomeartklewhich ti may T a xakdpagesSPICe 1OIII8e M r J f Till ADAIR CIINY Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair oullty NOWs Ot eUAS INCORPORATED S UARRIS Editor F Democratic nexspaper devoted to the Inter esta of the eily orColumbi3and the pent e AdlliraDd adjacent counties Entered at matter tho Columbia Postomco3necond- cIassmaU SlJBSCRIPr N RiTEI ONE YEAR V SIX MONTHS500STRIOTIYIN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPTI8 SS Democratic Ticket For County Judge J P DOHONEY SB t County Attorney I JAS GARNETT JR Sheriff MILLERSCounty Court Clerk P To COOLEY Jailer r s H MITCHELL Assessor C G JE1FR StSurveyorR T McCAFFREEI Coroner it LEONARD FLETCHER SuperintendentJOHN FLOWERSins At 215 A M last Saturday iii the city of Buffalo N YM the spirit of Wm McKinleythe Pre s in 1 ident of our country took its fiigl and went to the God who gavo iipet Helived 8 days and 10 hours from the time he was shot by Czolgosz er the murderer and anarchist The physicians and surgeons in attend h ante gave such encouraging rehj ports that the people througlio ytho land felt that the crisis ha passed that his recovery was sure and were rejoicing at heart that he would soon be restored to health but alarming sympto ms or appeared on Thursday night on c ing in death at the hour above fice i statedcoming to the people a shocka sad surprise bringing clef true American heartdi viThenc country good and bad the leaned and d and illiterate irrespective of Apolitical affiliation from sea to sea from lakes to gulf from every jfecreed from every tongue regret the deed so foully done Indeed me and in truth a great man has Wo fallen a noble life has been blotted ca- lOatthe severest stroke tho hand i jof an assassin has over perpetrated against our country It is not our intent im to pitch flowera on un unworthy bier not to uiagi the noble traits of Lho disti auiali ed PiesideaCso foully n1UidIJr dUTeatatruth and reality ho was plan of noble aspirations high r attainments as a statesman undI ialerone who had done much t0the iVbl6t out sectional hatred and co t mehtrintoOHe great union the peo pl f it wple of all sections of our country KjjcIn this sad calamity the nation Bvli J22insorrow and the enlighto- Iod n people ofother laud send tokens of profound griefall de y ejfe ploring the unexpected murder of love K our Chief Executive the official of head of the greatest government of qf earth Truly may we all grin pen assassaros strike down themr hHi of our government truly may we 1JOt4 f ra mil bf 4 i swhen Anarhist are permitted toI to spread their nefarious teachings in our country and execute their mardero designs and hellish plots the heads of all Governments The abridgment or annhilation of murderous clans the banishment to ono land of all Anarchists ofas all governments must follow or else treason to governments n murders of rulers will come The redhanded assassins at heart the anarchist of this country the off scan reringsmitted to dwell in pence to Ii in colonies in the eastern a northern cities and openly at boldly preach their destructive methods Peacefully and happily did MoKinley sail through the South The drummer for an outside printery accidentally solicited work from a Republican here the other day and received the stand ing answer ofa citizen who re gards the welfare of his town No tlaik ye I give all my work to people who live in the town wIthme then they can afford patronize me Huge difference between him and some of our Democratic citizens The above clipping is a production that appeared in last weeks issue of the Greensburg Record pnplished and edited by James R Ward the gentleman who seeks to gather flowers from both banks of the stream while floating under the false color of non partisan m Evidently he seeks to prejudice the Republicans of Green county against this publication particularly against our joboffice His plea is that of a partisan of one who is so imbued with political hatred that he seeks the favors and business of Republicans while he Use not the courage to openly and espouse their cause through columns of his paper This is not the first attempt of that pub lication to bring us into disfavor with the people of Green county is not his first effort to drag politics into business affairs if we can judge correctly by the tone of his publication He has pitch- inuations ed in the face of his own countymen because they exerciseJ the privilege of buying where their interests are best served He cis his auger because he can not bt friendly and honorable com ition solicits work in his town The News has never sought to covaup honest political convictions From its birth to the present i editor has to do his do t1innot sought patronage at thev Tide I i itcans as by Democrats and the man who patronizes it knows what he isdbuying whether he be a Democrat a Republican The same mnnf positdcourse o and at no time in its history gipleareligions and politic ws we seek business from the adherents of both parties in every transaction give fullt IWeojteepoopetI0 whoneed any thing in our lm appreciate the patronage ved from the people of Gre county wo extend to them heThe same impartial treatment as wemittee give our own countymen and if the p Record mail chooses to solicit workCE cifpty W SliitiM a time come when we a t abloto meet the demands inrhogod iquulity of work or in price wer will not raise our hand rebellion against our own o or honorable competition ToJ charge of an accidental solici the titian by our representative webl ad not guilty It was no acoi dent The striking down of our Pre Siand whoinm our po litical affiliation had respect and ought to remind the peoplecr this State of the assassination Gov Goebel to whom our party aughtve to ty pf whether it bo in time of profound peace or in the turmoil politico strife jzij it be t t the chief of the Nation or a Gov ernor ofa State whether it bea righteous man or a sinner It tiuse upIIIfort that an assassin is no better by killing anenemy than a friend that assassination in Kentucky great a crime as in other States that the law should rule instead of thede inconsistency of excusing murder at homo and condemning it abroad and it should lead them to a true to an outspoken de Mrean part in the Hrdsome unknown party in the man ner in which Mr Goebel was slain where is the man who would have sought to excuse every party from the crime Then had Cougres appropriated half a million dol lars for the purpose of detects and prosecuting the crimhiuls where is the Democrat who would have cried blood money Mr J P Dohouey Sr w unanimously nominated by the- o Democratic Committee last Mon day as the partys candidate for County Jndge Tho illnees a withdrawal of Judge J W Ball necessitated the selection of an other candidates and it was the opinion of the Committee and out siders generally that Mr Dohon was the logical man to make the race There IP not a gentleman in Adair coupty who has abettor standing nor one who would gun the interests of the people me closely He has served the people of this district as a member of the Adair County Court and has a fair knowledge of the duties of the of fice he is now seeking After the nomination was made Mr Dohon ey was notified and gracefully ac cepted and will make an active canvass from now until the elec tion His strictly moral ter is generally known over t county andno candidacy has struck the people more favorably At the head of the Democratic ticket in this issue of the News his name can be foun- dWITIIDUAWAL CARD the Democratic Committee of County bebld was ed as the Democratic Candidate forore County Judge I accepted the nomination and expected to ma active canvass but since then advisedis me my JJcanI Acting upon their advice have come to the conclusion that is best for the party that I withdraw from the race so that a may be nominated w can actively engage in the canvass now until the election I Adafit my nomiuatioiand support they have n me and I am thankful to friends for their efforts and alasenranaes of success in Novo ber Believing that you will be able select a more worthy candidate am for the suttees of the entire and the future prosperity the county Yours Truly MeeaAction of the Committee Democratic Executive Com of Adair county met at 2 miu this Mondaycity ac the resignation of lodge J Butler as a candidate for election and nominated Mr J P reDohouey Sr to heul the fckt following resolution was unanimously adopted by the Com Our President Wil McKinley has lost his life at hand of an assassin therefore it Resolved That we deplore the untimely death of our Chief Executive denounce the foul crime insist that some action betaken to exterminate the anarch istsN M TUTT Chairman Demo Executive Committee t The Democrats of Russell coun have put out the following ticket for county offices County IJudgeA P Simpson County Attorney J Bryan Stony Jailer LawlessSliriff H 0 Hammond and Assessor Logan Kimblef They are all good men and an active canvass is now on Mr Simpson has served the people of Russell county as judgeand made a splendid officer 1f Stone is a prominent attorney and an excellent gentleman Mr is A Gann is the Republican eand i date for Judge and Mr Lilburn Phelps is representing his par t iu the fight for County Attorney From what we can learn all interI st is centered on these two races The President will be buried Canton Ohio tomorrow ADDITIONAL LOCALS The Huffaker Cabbell debate was wthoughacussion Mr M Cravens has been appointed an elei sio i commisslonr r for Adair ounty tr IT Ji Garnettr having de dtolouJAiw21 bald of a hale J f1Sutru FoutBilKKy 1OSTA largo poket book contain aBug receipts and 91n in cash finder will be rewarded by leaving same at this office at the fol ndlowingplacesnaxtSunday TF Wal- r ton this city Z T Williams this city W H C Sandidge Hopewell FC Shearer Ilutchlnson Schoolhouse G W Montgomery Roley W PGordon RidgeyMr W L Grady left Tvesday morning with hss string of stock for modgoreer tion that he will prove a winner many rings In our mention of the Russ Springs Fair one important mention should have been made which hove v er was purely an oversight for we ad miry winning blood wherever found In giving a short sketch of the fair we tailed to mention that Mr W L Grady was on the ground with his fine fameheus fair with his entire string He took the blue nearly every day and in nearly every ring Mr D J Schooling the insurance man who has been writing insurance in this county for the last eighteen months has become a great admirer plantarc lieves it as a pasttrage superior to bluegrass and when fully grown in the bleak days of winter he finds pleas in its waves Mr Scnooling sires to purchase 100 acres well set in axkd a gage in growing crabapples and sedge itThirtythree years ago Miss Cornelia Murrell a native of this place was married to Mr James Gilmer of Hon ey Grove Texas The wedding occurred at the residence of a sister of the bride Mrs Pascal Willis six miles from Columbia and la large circle of relatives and friends witness DiuhoJa piece of the wcddingcakc which she has carefully preserved until this da Last year Miss Bettie Gilmer a daugh heheeWe on upon x as she carried with her a piece of the historic cake mGRADYVIiLE J W Walker of Greensburg spent Saturday night here J D Walker and J H Smith are attending the tobacco and stock sales in Louisville Mr Strong Hill while en route to Edmonton last week ran a very narrow escape of losing his life He passed r Ogden and wife of Metcalfe coun m a spring wagon Mr Ogden got out as soon as Mr Hill passed to got some fruit and the team ran away with his wife Mr Hill seeing them coma jumped and saved himself but his an This splendid house of entertain ment is now open for health seekers The spring at this water Ing place is throughout tne State its powers and the location is the in all this country It is high and fine breeze all the time The table is with the very best and charges quite reasonable to the under signed 1 r t MrOgdecameHill his horse Smith Nell bought i n Cumberland county 23 sugar mules at 8120leachrf- Mrs Ann Turk is dangerously sick at tharesidence OfM Dohoney of the Milltown community Mr Charlie Yates has had a new shingle roof put on his dwelling fMr Arthur Bra sbaw will have his ng repainted in afew days RevTL Hulse filled Jiiis last ap ptBtProt GP Dillon wlllattendcon at Bowling Green W W Yates Logan Sherrlll and Robt Hamlet attended the association In Green cOntylast week U S and Jack Coomer were in Pu rIiellwho atSummersions Mrs Gee D Vance and two chil ren are confined with fever MrS n Mitchell and wife of Co lumbia passed through week en route for Metcalfe county to visit relatives Prof GB Yates informed us that elevenheThe young ladles of our town were very much disappointed last Saturday on account of the rain keeping them from attending the 20th anniversary of Miss Yallonia Sandidge Will Montgomery son W Pi Montgomery happened to a very serious accident while feeding a cider mill at R W Shirleys last Saturday His fin exIwas TaylorratoW F Rowe representing the Wil more scales of New York was here 11last week and sold Grady Kemp a pair of scales He bpught two Peacock mare colts ofWii Grady for ell9Ifi0 considratlon Squire W H Kemp was in Dui clip last Saturday and informed us that Howard Pi ckett of his community r were in the mining business He pre seated us with a species of their bre which resembles gold They have a specialists from the gold region mak inga examination beTARTERW H Wheat sold to B F Tupman one mule colt for 345 W D Tarter has returned from the market and Tarter is flooded with new goods Owen Humphries of Ahsber visited his sister Mrs W H Wheat a few days ago John W Flowers bought ot Cud Campbell a mule colt for 850 Wheat threshing has been the orde of the day for the past two weeks arid the yield was some better than expected The farmers are very busy pre paring ground for a larger wheat cro than usual Leslie Bottoms of Knifley was here last week buying sheep John W Flowers candidate for School Superintendent was the guest of your scribe a few nights ago Mr Peter Robertshas returned from Illinois Mrs Nancy Cra yens of Russell county is visiting her sister Mrs White Master Jerome Tarter son of W D Tarter has been very sick with fever Mr Ben Cook one of our best citi andhisyare now regret their departure boys of this place metlast and a baseball team Look out another year baseball play ersWe are informed that Tarter will loose one of her most charming young ladies in the near future Mrs Ann White will visit her brother Mr Tim Bradshaw this week F W Cravens was in Campbellsvillc last Thursday on business W F and E W Shepherd were in Columbia last Monday Lock Jaw E H Hardln China Springs Tex says One large dose of Morleys Won derful Eight cured my mare of lockjaw Itwas a wonderful cure and say agentiI HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Coitus CasketsF- ROM 250 UPHH I am prepared to meet the needs in this line on short notice My stock is new and uptodate H C Columbia Ky South East Corner of Public Square UusseUSringsHotel wellknown popular for curative healthiest drya supplied Write fANS for herelast thorough Saturday organized and FBBSB IMPOSSIBLE 0iShetterWatches Jewelry Silverware Gold Pens Etc than at LEN HuBERS IepKentuckWWe prepay postage do orders Wei way J 1r sa 4 PATTERSON HOTEL JRM2STONLN KY Established 1827 SecondMriand N wOE AND MARBLE GRANITE No otter place cau be than at the iabove named hotel Its new elegantly urnished and th e ta bleat all sup plied with the best he market affords Fee d Stable in con aectio n J B TArTERSON FOR i S Le I 03 WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN TRADE fWatches and Jewelry repaired also for the tra e We send our illustrated catnlntfgue free to anyone sending us their address Reference tbs paper 111ION GIRARDET CO 404 WMarltor Louisville lie 1 tJSSEULt SPRINGS HOTELk KIMBLE KY oeo- Is now open for the travelin public the year round It is a large commodious building as the picture in and is run firstclass in every particular vco VAUGHAN GRAHAMProp LIBERTY COLLEGE GLASGOW KY TwentySeventh Session Begins Sept 51901 Faculty of ten competent instructors Literary Music DepartmentEquipped TemrspPresidentrBRENTLINGERpHARRY B PYNB COr MANUFACTURERS ANDDEALER3 and found times tuclry dicates l Office and ALL s Tel 615 Louisville nachineryQ Lebanon1 4 G rManufacturers dealers in f IIPRICES LOW WOKK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less ttan ever offerer before We are prepared to nIl klndB of maycnry voik nxh zs fcundatUu fronts rtfi- W2VIF JEFFklJlS tocul A cnt Columbia Ky Columbia M F High School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 0i t iNCORPORATED 18561 i w ES QF ltO 1903 40th YEAR OPENS SEP 23 1901 0New Faculty New Equipment New and complete course of study preparing or college Normal methods of instructionimproved building- PiiivcmAisCuAIR ENDOWED For catalogue terms or other information address PRORIYI BW GRANGER Columbia KyI t ic i I RECEIVING NEW COOPSI We are receiving this week out Fall stock of goods All the latest designs Every body cordially invited to come Bargains in all lines jj F1 RUSSELL MURRELL s a s COLUMBIA KENTUCKYr PERSONAL MENTION Mr J B Barbee was In Loulsvlllo last week t Mr F M Barnes Creelsboro was in Columbia Monday Mr W a GrId r Esto was here the first day of covrtV Mr Ed Morgan Albany Landing was herefMonday Mr J A Diddle was a busy man in town last Monday Mr Sara Lewis was in Louisville last Friday and Saturday Mr Conrad Strange Burksville is visiting in Columbia Mr T I Smith Cane Valley was weekiMr R P Breeding was mixing with his friends here Monday Dr W T Simpson Breeding was in town the first of the week Mrs Fizzle Murrell returned from market last Saturday night Judge Jas Garnett attended the Taylor Circuit Court last week Mrs Tim Bradshaw is in Louisville tills week purchasing MillineryI Hon N H W Aaron is here this week prosecuting the evildoers Mr John Wheat Denmark witnessed the Huffaker Cabell debate Mr Robt Rowe of Amandaville was mixing with his friends Monday Mr G H Nell and wife Gradyville were in Columbia the first of the week Dr NM Hancock and Mr J G Sublett Cane Vplley were here Monday Mr Thos Cravens who is in feeble health has not been so well for several S H Mitchell and wife return from a visit to Metcalfe county last Granger filled an appointment at a station on the L N Railroad i Sunday Mrs T H Curd Middlesboro is visiting relatives in the vicinity of Co E E Cbeatham W R Cole and Ovel Cheatham Bakerton were here Monday Mr John D Sharp Amandavillc was with his friends here the first of the week Messrs J C and Chas Cabell Camp Knox were with their friends the first of the week Capt J S Chapman and Mr Basil Chapman Glensfork were here on tasiness Monday Mrs Susan Russell mother of Jo J M and J ORussell remains In a critical condition Mr Sam Wheat of Montpelier left last Saturday morning for Georgetown where he enter college Mr T J West wife and children Gampbellsville were visiting relatives in OolumbialastSunday Mr O A Taylor who is selling goods at Craycraft returned from Louisville last Saturday Mr S H Newbold Louisville was looking after his interest in Adair ceunty the first of the week J R Wade W H and S S Will iams and Plato Wade Green river were here the first day of court Messrs W L Brockman W L Tay lor and Dr S W Strange Glenville were at the opening of court Misses Sallie and Lena Williams Montpelier this county entered Bethel College Glasgow last week Miss Nettle Baker left for Shelby county a few days ago where she will teach for the next ten months- A G Bridgewater of Gresham Green county was in town last Monday and left a dollar for The News Jlessrs W M Wilmore HO Walker C H Yates Dr L O Nell Grady vine were seen upon our streets Mon day 55Miss Mary Somers of Danville and Mr Wm Mitchell of Greens urg were visiting relatives in thissectlor last week Judge J R Sampson Middlesboro who visited here last week returned home Saturday accompanied by hIs- s i Reed Dr C S Grady returned from Burksville last Sunday and will re main here until about the 15th of next month at which time he will go to Louisville to finish his dental edu Jas F Frank and H C Read CReadT Galdwell of Taylor county Ky accompanied the remains of their mother to this place for interment LOCAL JOTTINGS DriedrXriTesso Breeding sold to r fBdbWllksai Russell Murrell has an Invitation in this weeks paperIScarcity of corn and boj s arc high but worlds of grass and cattle low Whats wrong Rev T F Walton hasa good second hand buggy and a sot of harness which he will sell cheap If your timothy seed has not been sown you are a trifle late but better late than not at all The pea crop is more crop than peas this year Fine plants bold runners but few pods up to date There will be a sionlnir at Zion the 9th Sunday afternoon in this mouth conducted by J O Darnel Those who have sown timothy have not acted foolishly its the finest starting period for many Falls I will commence a series of meetings- at Concord next Sunday I will be as sisted by other ministersS TIWPEN 50 Pairs Shoes and Slippers Nos 23 and 31 regular price 8125 Am closing at 50c per pair W L WAIKKK Dr J Ralph Barg of Cincinuati will be at the Commercial Hotel Campbellsville Ky Sept 17 18 19 and 20th Consultation and examination free The first day of Circuit Court brought a great many cotton mules to town but we heard of few sales asI there were no foreign buyers on the marketDr C Foster a graduate of the Southern School of Osteopathy is stop ing at the Marcum Hotel Attention is called to his proposition in another column which we invite vou to read The cemetery is in a very ragged condition Why not create a fund ample to keep it in good condition U sufficient funds cannot be secured in any other way then levy a tax for this purpose The store house which was owned by Mr F M Barnes near Creelsboro Russell county was destroyed by tire last week It is supposed to have been set on fire There were no goods in the building For Sale 8 Disc Wheat Drills also 12 Disc HArrows a Misses Saddle and two good work horses Will sell cheap or trade for young cattle2t W L WALKER The Columbia Mill Company recent ly bought a large quantity of wheat In Taylor county for whicti it paid 70 cents per bushel This company has more than three thousand bushels in its elevator and continues to buy Mr H G Feese has recently pur chased a complete line of coflins and caskets and his ad rartlsement appears in this issue You will find Mr Feese in tbe little brick in the southeast cor ner of the square ready at all times to serve you in his line The Indcpcndant Tobacco Warehouse Louisville is one of the best in the city It handles a great deal of theIMark your hogsheads Independan t House and send them right along The fertilizers that have stood the the test for years that are wheat and grass growers and the best for the building up of land are the Homestead Globe and National brands Theres none better Get our prices W F JEFFRIES 4 SON Columbia Ky Elsewhere in this issue appears an advertisement of theEnterprise Hotel Louisville It has the reputation of being one of the best one doller per day hotels injtbe city andmerchants and farmers canhot find a better place at which to stop The table is suppli ed with the best the market allots and the rooms are elegantly furnlfhed Remember the place The Columbia Oil Company has had considerable trouble in securing rigg irons They were bought from a supply companyat Burnside several weeks ago and up to date the company has failed to deliver them The delay is due to a miss shipment so we are in formed Those who have bought stock fn this compony must not become im patlent for great bodies move slowly The town council is having a good bed of stone put on water street and on the back streets and alleys a heavy coatrof gravel Now is the timo to lix the streets and get ready for winter The public road from the town limit to Russells creek ought to be gravel ed It is the only place to reach the crcokrjrrom town and would be worth BHicbr ootti to town and the country A uttifed effort ol ail who would be benefited bygiavelhg tfc road t would b aaliillafaii Columbia is tho Best Location sinceted of the intention of the Louisville Conference to establish ajcjool of High grade in the Columbia or adja cent District The interest at that time brought out a meeting of our peo ple but only a feeble effort was made to secure the school and It was there fore decided that Rurksville would be the place Later 01 the people of that thrifty little city withhold their sup port as we under arid anal the loca lion of the school was passed for sev eral mono hs but the purpose of its pro rnoters wa steadfast and their efforts to carry out their original intentions sire within a few months of realization On two different occasions the Confer ence has sent out a committee to look over the field arid to determine the most available location backed by the hearty endorsement and aid of the cummunty selected At a recent meeting of the Educational Board of the Louisville Conference it was unani mously agreed to concentrate on Co lumbia provided Columbia unites her efforts to secure the school This de cision does not mean that we will get the school but it does mean that lumbia is the most desirable point for the building and successful operation of such an institution so valuable to the denomination that will build it and of inestimable worth to the communi ty that will get it Conference meets in Bowling Green on the 25th of this month and will then submit definite proposition to the people of this town county and district The time is not far off when we must decide whether or not we want the school and if we want it whether an effort will be made to meet the requirementsthe guarantee of its location In our judgment we can secure the school and we firmly believe that it will prove the best investment of our time and monoI ey yet given to the public good It have the backing of the Louisville Iwill whose educational fund approximates 6000000 and Its annual increase exceeds 8250000 The funds now in hands and the annual crease are dedicated to the building and maintaing of three schools In the above mentioned conference It is readily seen that more than 180000 of this money would apply to the school here and it ought to be thoroughly understood that this institution would not expect to live upon the local tronage of this community but would reach out under its system of manage ment and bring students from every county In the district Below we quote from the Central Methodist of August the lliJFor some years this editor has beenI persuaded that the Columbia district of the Louisville Conference should have a school established by the con ference and started upon a sound finanI clal basis It now seems to some of us that Columbia herself is the most available if not the only available place for its location It Is her oppor iunity What will she do with it The securing of this school is no tri fling matter and if the people of this section do not give it their best effortsI if they fail to master the situationto locate the school in the town of Cqlurn biait will prove a most serious mis take It is not our intention to work for this school to the detriment of the old and well established Educational Institution of this city that has so re centy taken on newllfe that bids fair to outdo all former efforts and to be come a great factor In the advance ment of this section but we are not in clined to turn a deaf ear to any enter prise that promises so much good to the community in which we live Com petition is rarely everan invited guest but when it comes upon high and hon orable plans it should not Cause any alarm This country is large enough for two great schools the town can not be hurt by a steady and and the best endeavors of individuals or institutions are only secured when old Mr Competition demands it Osteopathy- Dr A C Foster a graduate of the Southern School of Osteopathy is now located in Columbia for the practice of l his profesalon Osteopathy is comparatively new in this part of tbe State hut having been practiced in other parts of the United States for more than twenty years I judge most every one has heard of Its wonderful success with cases that heretofore have bean incurable by other systems of healing Osteopathy treats most all forms of chronic cases known to be curable and some that were thought to lie Incura ble before the days Osteopathy It has attained a most enviable reputa tion in the treatment of fevers most especially typhoid Osteopathy bears no relation whatever to Christian Sci ence Magnetic healing or faith cure but is scientific being based upon thorough knowledge of the principles of anatomy and physiology Those who are suffering with diseases from which they can get no lief by the use of drugs would do well to investigate the possibilities of Oo tcopatby In the cure of disease Consultation and examination can be had free by calling upon FogOmKihteoky I AN INVITING STORE Woodson Lewis Bro Greensburg Kentucky Are Handsomely Situated and Desire their Friends to Call and See Them STORE PACKED WITH GOODS Perhaps there iS not n firm in the Green river section of the State tbat Is doing a more satisfactory business that the gentlemen whose names appear in the headlines of this article Their store is packed from bottom to top and their counters are constantly crowded with customers But few merchants have as wellarranged building in which to conduct business It is a large threestory brick front and- over one hundred feet deep all the apartments being chuck full of goods which are being sold at the shortest profits It is the intention of this firm accommodate the public and to that end they buy largely keeping in stock every thing that the consumer dc maods Besides their large selection of dry goods their clothing bat boot and shoe departments are immense If you desire to buy a wagon or any kind of farming machinery you will find theI same in this large and prosperous tablishment They also keep an etc gant line of buggies the best that are manufactured The proprietors and their clerks are not only accommodating but are known throughout the country for po llteness and strictly honest dealing If1 you have not been trading with the Messrs Lewis go and see them They lead in every thing kept in a general store and guarantee to please you both in quality of goods and prices Remem bar the place Woodson Lewis Bro Greensburg Ky Mr T K Powell Dead Last Wednesday night in this city Mr K Powell passed over the river of death and his body was buried in the city cemetery on Thursday afternoon Mr Powell was 31 years old and had been until two years ago an tive energetic citizen finding no time to idle away He was for several yeara engaged in business in this town but the last six years he had given hit time to farming and only gave It up when his affliction forced him to retire Just about two years ago a deep aggravating cold was contracted which drifted into consump tion and cost him his life Some four or five years ago he and Miss Carrie Giissom were united in matrimony and her devotion and painstaking i n time of affliction have not been surpassed in all this land Mr Powell died as he had lived an upright honest man leaving abun dance of evidence that he was ready for the great change to meet his Mak er in peace Funeral services were held in the Christian Church conducted Eld Z T Williams In a most im pressive manner To his bereaved companion mother brother and sis ters we tender our sincere sympathy and feel that it is our duty as well as a prlvillge to say that his standing his character in all his relations to man had n aver been stained by a dis reputaqle deed that a good citizen has gone from usa man we all loved and respected Birthday Dinner Last Saturday was very pleasantly spent by a number of relations and friends at the residence of Rev W H C Sandidge while celebrating the twentieth birthday anniversary of his eldest daughter Miss Yallonia who is a very charming and accomplished young lady and knows how to make every body feel their importance which was clearly demonstrated by the way she secured the faithful service of each member in the delightful ployment of tacking carpet rags while a delicious and bountiful repast were wasIhall where of course all found a belter job and all returned feeling amply paid for having made the change Miss Vallonia was the recipient of several nice presents Those present were Dr W T Grissom and wife Mr and Mrs B B Grissom Mr and Mrs W P Salmon Mrs T H Hughes Mrs Sallie Mclnteer Mrs Carrie BPow ell Misses Rose and Ella Flowers Irene and Bees Dohoney Lena and Virgie Salmon Lena and Susan Gris som Blanche Stotts Bees Rowe Lina Thompson Marlah Browning Messrs W T and Eben Salmon J S Brown Lug J Eo Flowers Bruce Palace and Melvin Grtosom XX I have just returned from the Market and have a new line d lbbokBottahiPrioke Gen Er H Hobson Dead List Saturday night the people of this rom in unity received the intelli gence of the death of Gen E H Hob son which occurred suddenly at Cleve land Ohio where the distinguished gentleman was attending a meeting of the Grand Army of the Republic The deceased lefthis home in Greens burg a few days before hale and hearty happy in mind of meeting many of his old comrads in arms and while in the midst of his enjoyment was suddenly cut dovn Tae deceased served in the Mexican war and in 1861 be entered the Feder al army as Colonel of the 13th Keu tneky Infantry Later he was com missioned a General doing valiant ser vice for bis cause The deceased was about 78 years old and his death was a serious blow to Greensburg where heso long resided He was active in business and was greatly interested about the affairs of his local town Perhaps no death ever occurred that has brought more sorrow to Green county people and to them this paper extends its deepest sympathy Circuit Court Last Monday was the beginning of the Fall term of the Adair circuit court and a very large crowd of people was in attendance Judge Jones convened court promptly at 0 oclock and in a very short time had tbe grand Jury instructed The pannel comprises representative citizens aud it is hoped that the proper witnesses can be brought before the body and evil do ers brought to justice Tbe following named persons make up the grand ju ryC C Roe W O Pile Sulomon Kinley C C Picket Melvin Blair J S Naylor R F Paull Forest Willis S A Harper J B Garmon J W Po sey E W Reed The latter named is he foreman At the time we go topress the petit jury has not been empanneled SawMill for Sale One 20 horse power Can be seen running in Green county This is a particulIarsCo Greensburg Ky- Found at Last who have cancer Goitre wanes IAll Catarrh and partial blindness to be cured without medi cine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay 1 IIt is now time for my fall goods to be paid for if you owe me a note or an account that is due please come and settle as I need the money now W L Walker Persons visiting Louisville and de siring to purchase jewelry or have their watch repaired should call at the establishment of Len Huber 712 West Market All work guaranteed See ad In todays paper Mr J B Senior is the proprietor of the Kentucky Saw Works Louisville His place of business is 925 West Main and he bandies all kinds of circular and band saws belting lace leather files and everything else tbat millers need His prices are very low and sa isfaction guaranteed He desires to correspond with mill men See ad In the News As announced in last weeks issue the remains of Mrs Ada Read were Interred in our city cemetery on Thursday The funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church and a large concourse of people were present to pay this sad tribute of respect to a noble good woman whose memory the people of this town love and cherish Her lour sons whose homes are in the Western country and the only daughter Mrs Jas T Caldwell of Taylor county were present besides many relatives and friends from other parts of the country Rev Sbive of Campbr eljsville conducted the services and his tribute to Mother to her hal lowed influence to her pure love and devotion was as sublime as hIs subject was noble and good Full of senti ment abounding in great and precious truths and clothed in language pathet ic his discourse carried us all back tu the scenes of long ago to a desire to live life over again that we might more effectually give expression of love and esteem to our saintly mothers Mrs Read was Indeed a true noble christian lady whose influence for good still lives and wields a power over the lives of others Her efforts in guiding and shaping the character of her children was a heritage of widow hood she so faithfully and successfully performed May her life her ideals and her ambitions descend to her sons and daughter and prove an Inspiration for good tbat time cannot efface We tender our sympathy for we havepass ed through a similar ordeal and know the loseof a good motherthe great est the truest earthly friend so true pure w steadfast tbat we wonder why thatman ahotild ever stray from maUraal tfcbfcfrfe TO THE FAR IIJG ELEMENT I Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Field Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky Kentucky Saw m Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St f Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled workmen Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this andadjoining counties Woodson Lewis Bro Greensburg Kentucky tHavejust received three car loads of Bug gies Carriages and Farm Wagons 1000 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer AnImmense Stock Dry Goods Clothihg and General Merchandise that they are selling be low any compeditor ENTERPRISE 0 HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY G T BLACKLEY FRANKLIN COUNTY Best SI 00 per day Hotel in the city Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed vi The patronage of Merchants Farmers aud Tobacco Gripers is Solicited Chas F Grans Bro Proprietors S D HURST twoonFonu 1COUNTY Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietors AUction and Private Sales Ida 1YRETURNS PROMPTLY HADE 1119 to 1125 West Main Street Louisville Ky fcetfr nHlhs Fn Stwmto farlc wcttlMfe tniling utKMM Thirteen Aboard One of the large Fourth aveuu summer oars which run run to Ju cob Park was rapidly spoeding to ward the city last night The en had lost time and the motorman was trying Bis best to regain it When tho ear Muritig the out skirts of the city the figure of woman loomed up on the side of- the track An umbrella was fran tioally beating the air as a signal to stop The motorman threw his weigh on the brake and with a groan and a grate the car slowed up and fi nally stopped The old lady as silted by the conductor leisurely climbed aboard deposited several bundles over an entire bench and t mildly handed the conductor a tendollar bill After much searching in the nooks of his pock eta the conductor made the correct change although the old lady in a matteroff tone told him she preferred paper money With a sharp click the conductor rang up he fare Before the advent of the old lady register stood twelve fares The click of the register seemed to draw her attention to it and she looked up The number thirteen stared her in the face- Conductor That official wasat the other end of the car Conductor This time he started but the old lady could not be restrained Conductor III stop this carat onceThinking that perhaps the old lady had reached her destination the conductor rang the signal to stop The car slowly came to a standstill Conductor there are thirteen persons on this car and Illnot ride another inch until you put one off The conductor almost fainted Hero was live minutes late and with fine prospect of losing more time He also saw visions of a blockade and several cars piled up be hind because of the whim of one old lady Why madamIf he began Dont want any why she snapped I just wont ride on your car with thirteen At that she set her mouth in a determined fashion and settled to wait results Go ahead 1 the conductor shouted to the mdtoiman with sudden determination He would show that old woman how she could fool him If you do Ill jump The old lady was equal to the occasion and put one foot on the step The conductor now pictured damage J suitand the loss of his job The car stopped once more As no other way out of a bad n dilemma one man was about to get out and wait for the next car when a wise sophomore home from col legefor the summer thought he would try logic Dont you see there are fifteen on the car with the conductor and lu motorman he shouted in the now irate old ladys ear Slowly a light came into her eyes The firm mouth relaxedtWell I do believe youre right she said slowly While the car sped in to nakec up lost time the sophomore on the backseat with a cigarette iira cor nerof his mouth and a wide smile on his face was murmuring Who says higher educatian doesnt pay ItJThe conductor was sileutCour ler Journal Emma Goldman wee arrested inh fbicago last week on warrant clr tciLg tier with conspiring to murder thp Pn3idHiit Sbo admit ted having a slight acquaintance with CzolgOBz but denied that she or any anarchist sho knew was implicated any plot to kill the President She also said she would j not go toBnffalo without a requisition 4 Ito owes Ills Life to the Forethought of a Companion While on a ramping trip to Webster county S I Stump Korroantown W r Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He says I firmly bel ore that I owe my life to the for tbouJ1ht of one of the coBpan who had taken m of Chamberlains CoT c CholeraandI Diarrhoea Remedy Moral Procure leuvingfwhen on r hunting fishing prospecting triptNelther canIt be obtained while on board cars or steamship and at such Urn arid places it lsmost likely to betseeded The safe te to have it with you Thooa lwtravelersnev er1esTe home mirjQroey1wItho t It JeOr oak byY Crarens + j J TheGflvestpn Flood- e Galveston Tex Sept 9ThF- irst anniversary of the great storm was appropriately observer in Galveston today with public memorial services on the beach at the foot of Broadway The servi cps given under till auspices of the Womans Health Protective Asso ciation and were attended b about 7000 people The Rev Co hen rabbi of the Jewish congregation opened the services with pray er The Rev Arthur J Kirwiu of St Marys Cathedral delivered an address as did also Cal R G Street and the Rev Wi1ti Harris of the Baptist church closed with prayer after which the planting cedars and oleaders on followed Most of the trees were planted by children and several hundredcedars were placed along the waters edge Special memo rial services were held in all th churches this morning and to night a union service was held a the First Presbyterian church in which all the Protestants congre gations took part Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Aft or thirty Years of Suffering HI suffered for thirty years with dl arrhoea and I thought I was past be log 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 all hopes ofI recovery I was so feeble from the ef fects of the diarrhoc that I could do no kind of labor could not even travel but by accident was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colle Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after taking several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased withIJ the result that am anxious that it betin reach of all who suffer as I havelFor sale by M Cravens Program Program of Sundayschool and Missionary meeting of Russells Creek sociation E to be held with Summersvllle Baptist church Sept 2829 1901eDevotional exercises G B Walker Alternate E H Henderson Duties of Churches to young mema bersT M Green and E G Walker Is Faith the gift of God or simply tbe act of the creature and does it come before or after Regeneration W JCrawleyWT Underwood John of A Pierce Our obligation in carrying out theft Great CommissionD P Montgomery and W L PIercenWhat is the complete mission of Gods PeopleJ E Scott A L Crawa ley Family Prayer or Religion in thea pome A W Curry W J Risen G Walker John Berry The ends to be reached in Su dayal Bcbool TM Green F Harrison W CoakleyslResponsibility of parents to Sunday school work J S Durham Jr W Graham Lock JawW tlEofsays One large dose of MorleysWon derful Eight cured my mare of lock jaw It was a wonderful cure and saved me a 6500 animal Sold by agent every town A hoboken man who claims to an astrologer says he sent a message McCinley wheo he was In San Fran Cisco saying that his wire would live till next February or March dut to beIs of himself as he would be shotn In JuneorSeptemberHusband It you have a weak nervous deblli 01patientloving words and Morley Liverd and Kidney Cordial to renovate regutl ate and strengthen her systemand slit will soon be your healthy happy boll Price 81 Sold by agent in every town- Edward Scott was mashed to death while getting out saw logs In Larue county Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to acut bruise burn scald orllke Injury will Instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than sop other treatment Unless the injury is very severe It will not leave a scar Pain Balm also cures rheumatism on sprains swellings and lameness For sale by M Cravens Sam Snow a merchant of Cumberland City Clinton county lost his dwelling by fire together with its contents He lost 9400 in money which he had hidden in his house Snows will reech about 81200 VorkitigNIlitmuJ DaycThe nuslast and mightiest little IthlDgNew Life Plls Those pills change weakness nto strength listlessness In energy brain fag Into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Qnly 25c per box Sold by T Paull t tts cc l i The American people at large will oef the of Kentucky whose Chief Magistrate was asslnated under cir cumstances far different from those o theBoffalo tragedy It was not the net of a lunatic or anarchist but the result of a widespread conspiracy which In its aim and result found snpportandphyY for the prsbable instigators and abettors And yet these very defenders if assassination at home are among tho 1most sanctimonious declaimers against tbe principle of assassination I nhey wish a home monopolr Couih r Journal Calaulityhbefell a writes Dr A Kellet of Wllllford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Bu n eBoils Piles and all skin erupt is heacrtCure 25c Sold bv E Paull Rev D J K Maddox a wellknown Baptist minister of Ohio county ha filed suit for divorce on the ground of abandonment Stood Death Off E B Munday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once fooled a nravedlcger Ho saLs My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was soon much better but continued their use unti he was wholly cured lam sure Electric BitterS saved his life This remedy expels mal ria kills disease germs and purifies blood aids digestion regulates the kidneys nnd bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nerveous diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect healthy Only at T Paulls drugstore Senator Fairbanks of Indiana stat yesterda that he thought the at tempt assassinate President McKinley would result in Congress taking steps to suppress anarchy A night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham Machias Me when the doctors she would die from Pneumonia be morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful but She begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept night Further use entirely cured her This marvelous medicine Is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest Lung Diseases Only 50c and 100 Trial bottles free a T E Paulls drug A meeting of the Goebel Monument Commission was held in Frankfort yesterday andan Executive Committee appointed to arrange for the spec of the monument The amount the fund which was raised by popular subscription is 1332225 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 Cordial the great System Renovator all can be avoided This remedy a positive cure for Kidney and Uri troubles Ask your druggist The name of Leon Czolgosz the assassin of President McKinley is best pronounced by the uninitiated by roc how theRussian always intro uces a t loin the pyonunclation o f name of the Czar Thus the Rus sian says Tzar In the case of Czolgosz one should say Tschalgotch with the cI faintly sounded and the second t quite full The average American however will get it as ShawJgfitch and that is about as correct as he can make it Dr Jackson will be at the Russell Springs Hotel Russell Springs Ky during the Summer seasonJuly and August Persons desiring to try tbe new method of healing should avail themselves of the opportunity whilej their summer vacation Good accommodaslons can be obtained at reasonable rates CHAITEL R JACKSON OSTEOPATHS PHYSICIANS SOMZBSETKY Call or write for further information The citizens of Galveston yesterday celebrated the first anniversary of the great storm which swept the city the loss of over 1000 lives and the destruction of millions of dollars of property Tilt Old Time Fiddlers Associa tion will acct at the courthouse this clly September 30th and will continue session several days Frlrealeorrent twofaraiss ri r t ai bT1 to t i h Part of the fiioney raised by the Wo mans League for the defense of Jim Howard In the second trial of his sec and murder case has been generously fused by him to pay the doctor costs of his third attempt to commit murder Better change that name to the Fe male Society for Encouragement the Fine Art of MurdcrrLpuisvllIu Times IIt you want to Invest some money In the Columbia 011 Co call on or write Wm F Jeffries or any member of the companyln this town Closing Out Sale The stock of goods at Glenville this county owned by Collins Co will be closed out at cost There is a general line of irenera merchandise and in fine condition II ou want bargains rail atonce as every thing must go at the earliest opportunity My reason for closing the business is that I have con eluded to milo my home In the West 3t C M MEDAIJIS Saw it for Sale Ot i t ohI power It can be seciji inin in Green county This inane null and will be sold cheap For p leu ars address the Greens burl Litnlc r Company Greensburg 4tsLost at the Russell Springs Fair a Silver ne open face watch with a Sil ver Chain The charm Is gold plated aorfllls one cent copper coin set to re volvo in it and carries this inscription BritlMi 7Cirth Bornea Co This was lost at the Hotel stable at the watering place Two young men in a buggy were teen to pick it up and drive off Tbe finder will be liberally rewarded on th ruturn of the watch to J V White Columbia Ky Bear Brand Fertilizer To grow good wheat you must fer tilize and when you buy fertilizer you should know that you get the best for the money you pay 1 am prepared to take care of your interest in grade and price The Bear Brands are not sur passed in quality cor undersold in price Good grade wheat grower from 81 00 to 125 Art Hurt Columbia and Cray Craft Oct 14 I have for sale one fine Polled Angus cow and calf and five yearling heifers All these cattle art fat W F NEAT Font SALETw o combined mares and one gelding Highly bred and fine actors They have been handled and are worthy to enter the best of rings W R WHEELEU Canmer Ky LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 9500 5 25 Lightshipping 4 755 00 Best butchers 4 154 50 Fair to good butchers 3 503 00 Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 noas Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 5 85 Fair to good packing 160 to 200fts GOG Good to extra light 120 to ICO tbs 580 snEEr AND Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 353 75 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium 2 00 2 50 LOW RHTESTO NEW YORK Aud Return July 1st to Oct 2Otli 1901 VIA Bl IOllr Tickets still be good for return trip ten days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route and return via another All tickets reading via Big Four Route to Cleveland and L SC M S By between Cleveland and Buffalo in either direction will be accepted for passage on the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Companys Steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo Stop overs will be allowed at Buffalo either direction by depositing tick et with the Joint Agent immediately on arrival and payment of 8100 at time of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton on return trip only for Chautauqua Lake on notice to conductors and posit ot ticket with Depot Ticket Agent immediately on arrival Authorized stopovers will be allow ed at Niagara Falls lnstonB11t- flllore and Philadelphia on tickets reading via those points j particularsasagents Bj r Four Route cr address the undersigned W J LYNCH WP DEPPE I Tkt AssistantGtoP Agt CINCINNATI O i S J GATES Gen Agt Ky I Yvi i 4Y Jt r e t C C JONES l P V GBIBSOM JONES GRISSOM COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE abora styled lion sir Blacksmiths aud Woodworkers kiafettoneis stand near the Roller Mill O5v f them a call when in needof work in their lutes lyr LebanonSteaiLaunty LEBANON KY 0n rnOROUGULr equipped uitxicn li laundry plant conducted by exile ieuced workmen and dcing as high grade work as can be turned out any place In the country Patronize n home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED A11LB3 Aente Columbia Kentucky TIlE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE i DEALERS Df Exclusive High Grotto Boots and Slices Ont0IiT0n9 Now Designs Perfect Fittiug Mmrrn Shrubs 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KV GOmRGIAL HIIL JAMESTOWNiKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors rpllE above named hotel was recently oaeaed Mrsnoltlookssees that tho table supplied at ail timewith the very teat the market afbrdaThep- roprietors are attentive very polite to buVdtagisverytesonable VETINEM SURGEON Iistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur class workdono attair prices I QUARANTKB SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of S n OllBNSHAW milo from Columbia on Disappointment GORDON MONTGOMERY ttQlrtll yfli1 iti1 COLUMBIA KT Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty SrOfllce up stairs over Paulll drcir store r i udALLWino of Cnnlsi is the gwjdJAJi of a womans Lcalth ad happi ness from youth to o53 yr tij IItf of pregnancy chilcll ir ti ttrl labor fw gcnrritknown as W E EOf f Bi cures Icucorrhdea falling of tho womb and cscngtrcul 1larty p in ever fonsv It nl in every trying pvriol of a wGi tr life It reiojijrees the nervous f system acts directly on the cni tal organs and is the fint tonic for women known Ask your r druggist for a 9100 bottle of 1 Wine of Cardai S Batdsville Ate Jtdy 111900 Wtea Ilied fjdifferenttheirhomesand they aro using H wiHi me S lire KATK KKOVfDWt f e1IJIItcatts000Ya re IT fV YOU CAN r GCAYEAToTRADEMARK sketrhorphotofor UK PATENTS PHE2 IfoAttja fun before patent OABIIOWacolPMea i LawJS WAaH kaTONh DCJ 1t 4f Ihtifw rYrra rftN4d rt Fa p wwS r NambmsiTKr SOU J iS LITERARY WEEKLY I i PuMtacd fit Atlanta 6a tTf1Rtr a career cfmu r9 or ices activity in the Southern field v ever c nUxrter oft ce tury The Sunny South has rlgaia become j V3 I historyIIt l I upThe AKTHONY IIP now In progress with tau synopsis to coyer former In Rositfyndcs Levers by Maurice Thomp I only luteresttbroughontW cents for a full year flL Think cf its 60 cents blllocription price Is only fifty cents a year No agents ronmi son paper U its own best offer and argument to the ii u Ono sample copy free to you and to your six I ii ors whose names and addresses you send on a 1 J provided you send nt onee A club of five at 60 centszctrl ycompatiled by the full amount Z50 net to us entitles f freeIHCJ new form al Southsiittruy V5rilicS tiny South in combination with the greatest of all WeeklyVonpapersOneliterrry V 1i Address all letters and remittances to I rTUZ SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA i iL I IG QTO L M HHLJL FOR Tin Roofing Guttering Repairing COOK STOVESWELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY ft trY 9bYdJ O For Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guess 6000 For Second Nearest Correct Guess 3000 Third 1500 Fourth 1000 Fifthr 500 Sixthr 400 Seventh 300 IINext 20 each 01OO amounting 2000a 100 GO u 5000 200n 25 5000n 1000II 1O 10000 53060II 15300 A total of 4387 prizes amounting to 50OOO In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 IQOI The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1892 861G2o 1893 335604 1894II 776819 1895II 846996 Guess what it will be in 1896 was 1897 1898II 1899II 1900It i9or69OOO e An additional prize of 0090 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one oxaaly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among thuiu The WeeklyEnquirerguessesS1OOO ekJyJHarness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant bo suited in my ready made line I am prepared to make exactly what you want Isell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robes whips etc J W JKCKTUmNGo- timbii Kentucky THE JkMEMCAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 1 5000 O- CBERVE SURPLUS 12500000ft- ftOUBT PAW COUPON HAS 20000000 aU cogccc tp HOME QFFiEE oN 3 lf GQQcTlSK ITO FIRS QLS AQXNTfi Hot-el5ViIffloro W M WILMOREProp Gradyville Kentucky rH HERE Is no better place to than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached NotlY Farot hro IPer c 9 6fe1 3ot r MEALS 25c 1123 W Market51C0UISVlIll1Y NiC 80SiLiER tri i li 3 1020107I ISRUNERCQ wnOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission Butter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me atColumbia for estimates or call and so me at the Marcum Ho tel Youri truly N WOOD