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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = cCj j THE ADAIR C UNTYNEWSI VOLUME 43 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAYSEPTEMBER 251901 NIIDQBER46 POSTUFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster o hours week days 700 am to 880 pm COURT DIRECTORY CiBouiTCouRT Three sessions a year Third Monday In January third Monday InMay and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeW W Jones v Commonwealth s Attorney NHWAarpn SheriffJ W Hurt OlerkJnoBCoffcy WfW Count First Monday in each month Judge J W Butler County AttorneyJas Game tt Jr Olerk T R Stnlts JailerS H Mitchell Assessor ABradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW D Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher Rcgularcourt second Monday in ach month adgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST RevW P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meetingThursday night BAPTIST GnBBHjBuno Rev vaster Services third Sunday In each month Jandayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer nee ting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu hall bank on Friar meeting In their over day night on or before the full moon in each month WM T R Sect R No meets first Monday night In each month JB H P yW Secret- aryCarriageNew and Wagon Shop t Ihave leased the R C Eubank shop and will give Czlnmage Wagon TAofk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Produce taken in return for work S F EUBANK Hancock Hotel BURKSV1LLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0e The above Hotel has been refitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at attached Pumps HOS6 Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies THE AHRENS OTT MFC CO INCORPORATFD 325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COtrMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do anY kind of work in our 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 produceVat market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co Children lovo to take Hoileys Little Liver Pills for Biltous People becauso they arc small look and taste like antTdo not gripo nor sicken them Sugarcoated One a Doss Sold Vv Y tcc V 3 TRIBUTE TO MKINLY Bishop Andrews Funeral Ad dress at Washington City over McKinley p uA Nan of Incorruptible Pesonal and Political Was He BELIVED IN AND LIVED FOR GOD WASHINGTON Sept 17 Bishop An drews delivered the funeral oration over the body of William McKinley in the Capitol today He said Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord who of his abundant mercy hats begotten us again unto a lively hope of the resurrection of Christ from the dead to an Inheritance uncorrupt ible undefiled and that fadeth not away reserved in heaven for us who are now by the power of God through faith unto salvation ready to be re veal ad in the last time The services for the dead are fitly and almost of necessity services of re ligion and Immortal hope In the presence of the shroud and the colllu and the narrow home questions con coralng intellectual quality concern ing public station concerning great achievements sink into comparative significance and questions concerning character and mans relation to tbe Lord and giver of life even the life eternal emerge to our view and im press themselves upon us Character abides We bring noth- Ing into this world we can carry noth ing out We ourselves depart with all the accumulations of tendency and habit and quality which the years have given to us We ask therefore even at the graveof the illustrious not altogether what great achievement they bad performed andbow they had com mended themselves to the memory and affection or respect of the world but chiefly of what sort they were what the interior nature of the man was what were his affinities Were they with the good the truth the noble What his relation to the infinite Lord of the universe and to the compassion ate Saviour of mankind what his fit ness for that great hereafter to which he has passel And such great questions come to us with moment even in the hour when we gather around the bier of those whomwe profoundly respect and eulogize and whom we tenderly love In the years to come the days and months that lie immediately before ns will give full utterance as to the high statesmanship and great achievements of the illustrious man whom we mourn today We shall not touch them today The nation already has broken out in its grief and poured its tears and is still pouring them over the loss of a beloved man It is well But we ask this morning of what sort thisman is so that we may perhaps knowing the moral and spiritual life that is past be able to shape the farwith drawing future I think we must all concede that nature and training and reverently be it said the inspiration of the Almighty conspired to conform a man admirable in his moral temper EMINENTLY GIFTED We none of us can doubt I think that even by nature he was eminently gifted The kindly calm and equita able temperament the kindly aqd generous heart the love of justice and right and the tendency toward faith and loyalty to unseen powers and au thorities these things must have been with him from his childhood from his infancy but upon them supervened the training for which he was always tenderly thankful and of which eveq this great nation from sea to sea continur allrhas taken note It was a humble home in which he was born Narrow conditions were around him but faith in God had lift ed that lowly roof according to the statement of some great writer up to the very heavens and permitted its inmates to behold the things eternal immortal and divine and he came un der that training It is a beautiful thing that to the end of his life he bent reverently be fore that mother whose example and teaching and prayer had so fashioned his mind and all his alms The school came but briefly and then came to him the church with a ministration of ii t power lIe accepted of the truth which it taught Ho believed in God and in Jesus Christ tnrough God was revealed He accepted the divine law of the Scripture he based his hope on Jesus Christ the appointed and only redeemer of men and the church be ginning its operation upon his character at an early period Jof his life continued even to its close to mold him He waited attentively upou its minis trationsBEAUTIFUL CHRISTIAN LIFE oRe gladly partook with his breth ren of the symbols of mysterious passion and redeeming love of the Lord JesusChrist lie was helpful in all of those beneficiaries and activities and from the church to the close of his life he received inspiration that lifted him above much of the trouble and weakness Incident to our human na ture and blessings be to God may we say in the last and final hour they en abled him confidently tenderly to say it Is His will not ours that will be doneSuch influences gave to us V lam McKinley And what was he A man of incorruptible personal and political IntegrityNo was upon his escutcheon no syllable of suspicion that I ever heard was whispered against his char acter He walked in perfect and no ble self control Beyond that this man had somehow wrought in hlmI sup pose upon the foundations of a very hapily contructed naturea great and generous love for his fellowmen He bellevedin men He had himself been brought up among the common people He knew their labors struggles neces attics He loved them but I think beyond that It was to tbe church and its teachings concerning the fatherhood of God and universal brotherhood of man that he was indebted for that habit of kindness for that generosity of spirit that was wrought into his very substance and became him so that though he was of all men most courteous no one ever supposed but that courtesy was from the heart It was spontaneous unaffected kindly attractive in a most eminent degree When he was in the narrower cir cle of those to whom he was personally attached I think he was also in the greatness of his comprehensive love to ward the race of which he was part If any man had been lifted up to take into his purview and desire to help all classes and conditions of men all na tionalities beside his ownrit was this wanIShall I speak a word next of that which I will hardly advert to The tendernessof th at domestic love which has so often been commented upon I pass it with only that word I take it that no words can set forth fully the unfaltering kindness and carefulness and unbearing love which belonged to this great man And he was a man who believed in right who had a profound conviction that the courses of this world must be ordered in accordance with everlasting righteousness or tnis worlds highest point of good will never be reached that no nation can expect such In life except as it conforms to the eternal loss of the infinite Lord and pass itself in individual and collective activity according to that divine will It was r deeply Ingrained in him that right eousness was the perfection of man and of any people Simplicity belonged to him I need not dwell Upod it and I close the statement of these qualities by saying that underlying all and over reaching all and penetrating all there was a profound loyalty to guard the great king of the universe the author of all good the eternal hope of all that trust inbim- And now may I say further that it seemed to me that to whatever we may attribute allthe illustriousness of this man all the greatness of his achievements whatever of that we may attribute to his intellectual character and quality whatever It we may attribute to the patient and thorough study which he gave to the various questions thrust upon him for atten tion for all his successes as a politi cian as a statesman ns a man of this great country those successes were largely due to the moral qualities of which 1 have spoken They drew to him the hearts of men every where and particularly of those who beat knew him They called to his side helpers in every exigency of his career so that when bis future at onetime was likely to have been imperiled and utterly ruined by his financial conditions they who had resources for the sakeof 1t helping a man who bad In him such qualities came to his side and put him on the high road of additional and lar ger successes His high qualities drew to him the good will of his associates in political life in an eminent degree They believed in him tl1t his kind ntss confided In bisboncaiy and In his honor His qualities even associated with him in kindly relations those who were his political opponents They made It possible for him to enter that land with which he was one of the diers of the Union had been in some sort at war and to draw loser the tie that was to bind all the parts in one firm and indissoluble union If there is a personal immortality hefore him let us also rejoice that there is an immortality and memory in tbe hearts of a large and evergrowing people who through the ages to come the generations that are yet to be will look back upon the life upon its nobility and purity and service to humanity and thank God for it The years draw on when his name shall be counted among the illustrious of the earth William of Orange is not dead Crom well is not dead Washington lives in the hearts and lives of his country men Lincoln with his infinite sor row lives to teach us and lead us on And McKinley shall summon all statesmen and all his countrymen to purer living nobler alms sweeter and immortal blessedness CANE VALLEY Misses Ada Cundiff and Kate Carson of Phil were visiting Miss Mattie Hancock last Saturday and Sunday Geo H Nell of Gradyville was here last week buying sheep Mr and Mrs R B Wilson Mr and Mrs Frank Rice attended the Tram mell Creek Association last week Mrs Annie Vaughan and her two little boys left last Monday for Borclay Ill where they will make their home Miss Myrtle Pendleton ofKnlfiey who has been visiting here returned home last Saturday John Morrison of Columbia a genuine good Democrat moved to this place last Thursday The meeting conducted by Elds Williams and Montgomery closed last Thursday night with fourteen additions to the church The services were interesting from the start OAK GROVE Born to the wife of H A Murrell on the 17th a daughter Mr A Taylor has returned from the city where hepurchased a nice line of goods Mr Jessie Bryant Is very low with typhoid fever School has dismissed at this place two weeks Teachers association will be here the cutting is In full bloom in this vicinityMr H Absher sold to Powell Dudgeon a nice bunch or hogs at 5c W W Cravens is erecting a dwelling for B G Redmon S H Murrell and G A Bryant sold two calves for 814 50 State Free From Smallpox- For the first time in four years Ken tucky is rid of smallpox Dr J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health who was at the Galt House last night said that there was only one case in the entire State and that there was no danger of its spread ing He said the State had not been so free of the disease in four years and he was of the opinion that anoth er outbreak was unlikely so thorough ly had theState been vaccinated At one time last winter the smallpox situation in certain sections of the State was alarming and It was feared that whole cities and counties would have to be quarantined to prevent a spread It became necessary to quarantine one county for a short time but the varI- ous County Boards of Health ordered a thorough vaccination and the disease was eradicated Courier Journal This Will Interest Many Botanic Blood Balm B B B the famous Southern blood purifier quick ly cures cancer blood poise pimples boils carbuncles ulcers eating sores scrofula eczema aching bones joints or back rheumatism catarrh and all blood and skin troubles B B B heals very sore and makes the blood pure and rich B B B the finest blood purifier made Druggists SL Trial treatment free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlaata Ga t THE TRUST I beard the poor man thus complain- Of penury and want I saw his sad and weary wife His children pale and gaunt Hed heard the tariff question And free coinage discussed But what enslaves the poor man most Is working for the trust I heard the widows plantive sigh Of hunger and distress While toiling for herdally bread And by the rich oppressed She could maintain her children once But now tis true she must Give a part of her hard earnings To help maintain the trust I met the feeble man of age Bowed neath the weight of years Said he Im growing tired of life Its poverty and cares But ere long hope that I may reach Tbe mansions of the just Where the oppressor nere can come To rob me with the trust Upon the vile extortioner There will remain a curse It seems that in these latter days Theyre waxing worse and worse And when they get to their own place To satiate their lust They will proceed at once to form A giant sulphur trust J T JONES Montpelier Ky Theodore Roosevelt Born In New York City October 7 1858 Graduated from Harvard University June 188- 0Elected State Assemblyman November 1881 and served during the sess ions and 1884tNominated for Mayor of New York City 1886 Appointed to the United States Civ il Service Commission by President Harrison May 1889 President Now York Police Commissioners 189- 5Appointed Assistant Secretary of the Navy by President McMinley 1897 Resigned from the Navy Department and organized the Rough Riders commissioned Lieutenint Colonel 1898 Led the Rough Riders In the charge up San Juan Hill advanced to the rank of Colonel July 1 1898 Elected Governor of New York November 180- SNominated for Vice President of the United States June 2110CO VicePresidentoftheUntledStates Took the oath of office as Vice President of the United States and assum ed his duties as President of the United States Senate March 4 1901 Took the oath of office as President of the United States September 14 1901 Trial of Czolgosz Buffalo N Y Sept 17Crowds flocked to the County Court today long before Judge Emery assumed the bench expecting tbatLeon F Czolgosz would be arraigned to plead to the In dictment charging murder in the first degree In shooting President McKin ley They waited in vain as nothing was done during the morning session of Attorney Penney to day is sued to Leon Lewis and Robert C Titus former Supreme Court Justices formal notices of the assignments of JUdgeEmery yesterday as counsel to defend the murderer The notice was served personally upon exJudge Lewis at his office but at Judge Titus office it was stated that he was in Milwau keeAlbert Moot President of the Erie Bar Association called upon Judge Lewis to day and urged him to ac cept the assignment as counsel to de fend Czolgosz Mr Moot also sent to Judge Titus a lengthy telegram urging him to accept At noon today Judge Lewis said hI will determine at2 oclock this afternoon whether or not to accept the assignment I will have a meeting with the prisoner in the jail at that hour and will then determine my course in the matter The decis ion of Judge Titus will not necessarily govern me In reaching a determina tionJustice Lewis for the prisoner has entered a plea of not guilty reserving the right to withdraw that plea Czol gosz again refused to plead The trial of the case has been set for Monday next Lock Jaw EH Hardin China Springs Tex says One large dose of Morleys Wonderful fight cured my mare of lockjaw itwasawoaderfulcuroandsayt agentisc t It Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant be suited in my ready made line I am prepared to make exactly what you want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robes whips etc J W JTSCKTVmN Columbia Kentu- cky5OOQO For Nearest Correct Guesses oa tae Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to p ton of the Weekly Enquirer as follows s800oForII Third 1500II Fourth 1000II Fifth 500 IISixth 400 II Seventh 300 Next 20 each 01OO amounting to 2OOO 100 50 5000II 200r 25 5000 1000 1O 10000 3O6O 5 15300 A total of 4387 prizes amounting to 560000 In case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1892 861625 1893 835604 1894 776819 1895 846996 Guess what it will be in 1901 1020101II E769OOO Anadditional prize ofVSoOOO fcnry person making an exactly correct guess If be more than une cxtly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided anoug tim The WeeklyEnqutguesses31OC2seeVeek1yEnquirer GO TO L M HMLUnor Tin Roofing Guttering Repairing COOK STO VESTVELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER lVV COLUMBIA KENTUCKY BRUNERCoWHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Pout try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to takeyourorders- foHydraulic r Ramst- o throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia tor estimates or call and se meat the Marcum Hotel Yours truly N WOOD Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky IT IT HERE Is no better place to stop than at the aboved named Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached 4 LebanonSteamLanndryLEBANON 01ft rHOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED a AULER Agents Columbia Kentucky 00 JONES P V GRISSOM JONES It GRISSOM COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blaoksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section lV This shop the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need of work in their lin6BJ lyr V 1896 was 1897 1898 1899 1900 there hotel THE THREE CITIES SHOE TORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes or New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth AvenuewLOUISVILLE KV COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY MOLT 8 VAU6HAN Proprietors HE above named hotel was recently open and has had 0 fine run from start Mr Holt looks after the culinary department s sees that the table Is supplied at all tim s with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to buildingis 11teaeonable class livery attached to the hotel Terms very Nwly Furnished American PI intLOo Per Day ws 3lic o8 era 3totol MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER njrr lYETIKERY SURGEON fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any stir classworkdone attair prices GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of stock S D ORENSHA W Kralle from Columbia on Disappointment GORDON MONTGOMERY f atIlfLaWCOLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections aspecialty 2 dnirstare MMRlBUTYMS i Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty News So INCORPORATED HAS 8 HARRIS Editor devoted to the inter DemocMtio newspaper Columbia and the people o ests of the city of = Adair and adjacent counties Bntered at the Columbia Poitoffice as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONEYURt1COSIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY SEPT 25 2Defflocratic Ticket For County Judge t J P DOHONEY SR t County Attorney JAS GAUNETT JR I k Sheriff DR S P MILLER County Court Clerk r P T COOLEY i Jailer r SHMITCHELL l Assgssor f C GJEFFRIES r Surveyor R T McOAFFREE It Coroner t LEONARD FLETCHER t rjjiperiutendeut JOHN W FLOWERS From every section of the State jinocratic prospects in the local cntests are flattering All the candidates for United Jivates Senate spoke in the first 3trict last Monday It begins tlook like its the field against l McCreary The little G e r m a n Reform Church Washington the one in which President Roosevelt will worship only seats one hundred and fifty persons In response to a proclamation issued by President Roosevelt me m rial services were held in nearly every town and city in the nation last Thursday Organized labor stands but lit tIe showing against combined c- apIital The great steel strike has decidethufavor of the latter 0 J and the mills have again started I President Mc Kin e carried 150000 insurance on his1ifennd evidently calculated that he would live manyyeaiB as he had changed a short time ago a 20000 policy ordinarily life to an endowment Iris but n few weeks until the I voters of this county will select J officers for the next four years and so far as wo know everything is quiet along tho patomao The candidates are making a quiet I hunt Mr Roosevelt says he will be the President of the whole people ofthe United States and will fa yno particular section over anti other The statement IS like Mel vin Whites wood hauling if he does its all right There will be no change in the Cabinet the President having in vited all to remain and gaining the a consont of each member It may bs that some time later that Secre tary Hay will tender his resigna tt tion fiI the last twenty years over t 8000 lynchings have taken place in the United States Kentucky was not as industrious as Texas Ten gasses Missies i P i Louisiana Georgia ArkansM and Alabama tlii being given the eighth place C o l t s IN MEMORIUM f Citizens of Columbia Meet and Give Expressions of Their Sorrow on Ac count of the Death of President McKinley X RESOLUTIONS JOF S Y fl PAT tl Y r At a mass meeting of citizens of Aoair county held at the court house lit Columbia on Thursday the 19th inpt at 280 oclock Judge W W Jones was called to Chair and N M Tuttwas elected and the reading of a chapter from the Bible by Key T F Walton Rev W P Oordon of the Methodist church led in prayer A committee was then appoint ed to prepare and present resolu tions expressive of the sense of the meeting H C Baker James Garnett Jesse L Murrell F R Winfroy and Rolliu Hurt were ap pointed on the committee and re ported the following Resolved lt That we shore in th universal sorrow which is felt at the death f President William McKinley No man in public or private life in our country was ov er more highly esteemed and loved by all the people For many years in official position and in times of intense political excite miit his good name for purity of life for integrity of purpose for devotion to country was ever above and beyond the breath of suspic ion His untimely death by the assassins bullet comes to his country not only as a National but as personal loss As soldier states mUll husband son and as a pure minded great hearted Christian gentleman he representedand personified the highest type of our best American citizenship- 2d Ours is a government of law pun all should bow to its be hests ill unquestioning obedience We denounce the fiendish act of the assassin and we denounce all organizations in which doctrines are taught which lead to such crimesLegislation should be framed if possible to prevent their recurrence It is a reproach to our civilization that within the past fifty years three of our Pres idents have been shot down in cold bloodmerely because they repre sented the majesty of law H C BAKER JAMES GAnNETT JESSE L MURRELL F R WINFREY ROLLIN HURT Com Speeches were made by Mr Ba ker Gov Hindman Judge Gar nett sod Mr Hurt appropriate to the occasion after which the reso lutions were unanimously adopted The meeting then olosed with benediction by Rev T F Walton A Washington correspondent to the Danville Advocate thus writes Senator Hanna a warm personal friend of McKinley was also his closest political friend and al though Senator Hanna asks fewer political favors than any man in the Senate he and his friends nndI associates were naturally regarded as those most in sympathy with the President and those most en titled to his confidence and good willjust as Manning and Whitney stood nearest President CleveI land Now the scene shifts Sen ator liodge of Massachusetts will probably be to Roosevelt in some measure what Senator Hanna wasI to President McKinley In fact the gcssips have already slated him as the successor to Secretary Hay Others also who have not been so frequently seen at the White House will now become more familiar there But SenaI tor Hanna is by no means to be considered completely unhorsed as a political power Ho himself has personal following which will he intensely loyal and then he is Chairman ot the National Republican Committee which is widely influential in practical politicsa PresidentRoosevelt has assured the great financial interests of the country that no changes in the policies of his predecessor will made This is worth millions to the gambles in stocks and bonds but it d G8not Bring mwrtrancl bread to the riuwei r r l HlJAlt J 6 Just ascertain as there is a God there is going to be a general hanging in this country and the entertainment can not come too soon Twenty anarchists are now standing guard over a publication at Spring Valley Ill that express ed joy over the assassination of President McKinley In New York the same expression is being made nightly In fact the anarchists in thatjcity meet in saloons by the hundreds and dance the cairn cann so elated are they over the death oLthe ruler of our country Eld C C Cline of the Christ ian church who is wellknown in Columbia has evidently tore his trousers In a sermon at Nash vine last Sunday he stated that the assassination of the President was the will of God He took the position that God was jealous for the poor and that McKinley was a crusher Men who utter such sen timents are not friends to this government and should be classed and dealt with as anarchists There is no such thing as an in dependent newspaper If one is attempted to be published and its editor is a Republican it will invariably lean to the side the writer belongs and if the editoris a Dem ocrat the same statement applies What is the result Neither party has any respect unto the publisa tion and it is regarded by the pub lic generally to be the smallest potato in the smallest patch upon the thinest ground in Irland In the assassination death and burial of the late President Wm McKinley the American peoples sympathy was so fully expressed as to demonstrate that we are all one in love of life liberty and the pursuit of happiness that in time of trouble we all mourn and in time of peril we stand as a unit No sectionalism no party creeds withhold any true American from a free and vigorous Denunciation ofmurder If President Roosevelt should die the Secretary of State would became President After that the order of succession would be- ns follows Secretary of Treas ury Secretary of War Attorney General Post Master General Secretary of Navy Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Agriculture is not eligible as no such office was in existence when the law of secession was enacted The last sad rites over the re mains of President McKinley were witnessed by over one hundred thousand people The body was placed in a receiving vault at the deceased old home Canton Ohio last Thursday at sunset and it is being strictly guarded by soldiers Mrs McKinley is prostrated and is very nervous and weak but her physicians think she will survive the shook The trial of Czolgosz for mur dering the late President McKinley was set for last Monday It is hoped that it will be speedily brought to an end It goes with out saying what the verdict will be Mrs MoKinley improving and drives out every day or twp Sunday she was driven to the corn etery and viewed the latest floral tribute send over by the Czarpf Russia PELLYTON Several from this place attended court at Columbia Monday week Mr J A Feese returned home Saturday after a weeks visit here Wheat threshing is the order of the day Mrs Annie B Ellis Jas L Pelley and Welby Ellis have about recovered from typhoid fever J W Beard left this week for Louis ville to spend two or three weeks On the morning of August 25 1901 the death Angel visited the home of J W Ellis and claimed as its victim his sonJ T Ellis familiarly known as Tdbc while in the prime of life and vigor of his days Seemingly he bad such a bright future before him but his sun has gone down while yet it is dayTobe was taken from us so suddenly our stricken hearts can hardly realize that he is numbered with the bleat in Paradise Be was a bright Intelli gent boy and seemed to haven pleas ant smile and kind wo rd for everyone he met and though today the summer sun shines warm on that lonely grave TObe who rests there is not forgotten nor will he ever be If it were pmt ble to comfort the family in their sari bereavement there Is none who would not bUt sympathetic words of friends oan nly give momentary relief lu their ting 6f trouble Vhea the trial of life are ended and weans one by one nailed upoa Ui i it Z r cross the dark river of death may we be welcomed by those who are nearest and dearest to us on eart- hGRkDYYIrLE L J Hunter is In Louisville buying Fall goods W L Grady will attend the Horse Cave Fair N B Moss is progressing nicely with his new dwelling H A Walker is buying a nice bunch of hogs at 5c Pro t GP Dillon left for Bowling Green last Sunday LS Smith Is in Louisville with a carJad of stock S n Lewis and J N Coffey were in this city one day last week Mrs J N Coffey a daughters of Columbia spent last v ek with Misses Bettie and Kate Smith J E Tuttand wIfe J WTownsend and wife of MUltown attended church in our city last Sunday MrJ P Doboney OtJ1 Ill ra tic candidate for c 1 ti v Jude Mas shaking hands with frisiios hero last wetk Miss FanrU Stult of Columbia was visiting Mesa Jar i Wilmore Saturday Lava Taylor an accomplished young lady of Montpelier spent a few days of last week with Dr and Mrs S A Taylor Dr Taylor and wife and Miss Taylor were the guests of J W Thompson and family ofMilltowb one day last week Mrs Hyla Hughes of the State of Iowa visited relative here last week Mr Jerry Shirley and wife of Chica go and R W Shirley and wife of Mllltown visited the family of L M Wilmore one day last week Mr W M Tarter of the lone star State has been in our midst for the past month He informed us that he wanted his name put on the subscription list of the News Uncle Bill is aI Simon pure Democrat and a good man W L Sharp informed us that his crop of tobacco could not be surpassed It is well matured and ready to go in the house J D Walker our tobacco man has just returned from Louisville where he sold several hogsheads at satisfactory S Nell bought of John Blake man of Greensburg two aged mules Walker one of NelPs best farmers passed through here last week with a nice bunch of mule colts that cost him on an average of 30 per head The protracted meeting that is be ing conducted by Revs Cook and Cave is doing much good There have been already six converts and the church greatly revied Miss Annie Kinnaird of Red Lick and Messrs Rufus Pull lam and Ed Hamilton of Nell were the guests of Miss hate Walker last Sunday Married at the residence of the brides mother Miss Ada WIlmore to Mr Lafaytte Beauchamp of Falls of Rough Ky The marriage was a quiet affair no one present except the imme diate family of the pride Rev T L Hulse officiated C Q Moss and wife accompanied by Misses Mary and Mar HOlladay Carrie and Josie Caldwell Mattie Walker WC and G B Yates Garfield Flow ers left for Mammoth Cave last Satur day morning where they will remain for a few days Miss Carrie Caldwell and W C Yates will be united In the holy bonds of matrimony during their visit May success and happiness attend them all through life is the wish of their many friends IRVINS STORE Sickness has prevented your scribe from giving the regular report of news from this place We had a considerable frost last Dry Jeffries passed through this place last week with a nice lot of cat tle He bought them of J H Smith and Mrs J Smith Dr Hammond sold a steer calf to Mr Dry Jeffries for 88 The Republicans meet tomorrow to nominate magistrates and a constable There was an old time apple cutting at James Bradley sof all had a good time We had a very bard rain last Wed nesday night doing much damage to fencing Every body heard of the death of the President with regret without regard to party We notice you have the name of our candidate for Sheriff wrong should be CA instead of C H Hammond We have a splendid ticket and expectlo elect it J Bryan Stone our next counCy attorney passed through here last week Ho owes his Lifo to the Fore thought of a Companion While on a camping trip to Webster county S I Stump JTormantown W Va had a severe attack of bloody flux He saysI firmly hel eve that lowe my life to the forethought of ono of the co 0 panj who bad taken along a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Moral Procure a bottle of this remedy before leaving home It cannot beobtalaed when on a bunting fishing or prospecting trip Neither can it be obtained while board cars or steamshlp and at such times arid places It is most likely to be needed The safe way Is to have it with you Thoeaaods of travelers nor- erevtshoipeouajourney without it rQl lebjr ii Cravens M a f y sf f Toadiers Association Program for Teachers Association for Districts 4 and 5 to be heldat Grady ville Oct 19 1901 Devotional Exercises Address Wm Wil more Response G P Dillon Music How tu control primary pupils Mary Todd IV T Salmon Relative value of Arithmetic and Grammar Mrs Shirley Holland Simpson in teaching Reading Millard Velch Bessie Walker How to get pupils interested in History Hallie Nell Nora San didgeMusic What is successful teaching Lid Simpson Garfield Flowers Psychology in education Supt JonesWhat is good discipline Pearl Hiudman Burton Yates Music Does teaching pay Fannie Stouts Edith Cffrry Methods in spelling Nannie Bradshaw Sallie Yarberry Mrs Annie Yarberry Music What books should teachers read Vina Royse Olauie Walker It L Campbell Language lessons Gus Hundley Lou Frauknm Nannie Rowe Literature Prof Granger Gov HindmanThe ciation will be called to order at 10 oclock and close withnight entertainment- All teachers of Adair county are invited to be present and take part Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea Aft or thirty Years of Suffering I suffered for thirty years with di arrhoea and I thought I was past be ing 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 hopes of recovery I was so feeble from the ef fects of the diarrhoe that I could dODO kind of labor could not even travel but by accident was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and after tak ing several bottles I am entirely cured of that trouble I am so pleased with the result that I am anxious that itbe in reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by M Cravens LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 755 00 Lightshipping 4 254 65 Best butchers 4 004 40 Fair to good butchers3 253 50 Common to medium btchr 2 503 00 noqs Choice packing auttbutch ers200to300lbsMV 7 00 Fair to good packing 160 to 200lbs 700 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 6 60 SHEEP AND LANeS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 503 75 Fair to good 2 503 75 Common to medium 2 50 MP SIIB1LE 0To have your watch repaired any better oV find a more complete stock of Watches Jewelry Silverware Gold Pens Etc than at LEN HUBERS 712W Market St Louisville Kentucky v We prepay postage on orders one way Chamberlains Cough Remedy a Great Favorite The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people terywhere It Is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and whooping cough as italways 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 Forsale by M Craven Bear Brand Fertilizer To grow good wheat you must far tilize and when you buy fertilizer you should know that you get the best for the money you pay lam prepared to take care of Yourintcrest in grade and price The Bear Brands are not sur passed in quality nor undersold in price Good grade wheat grower from II OOlo tl25 Art Hurt ColumbIa and Cray Craft Oct 14 Rev T F Weltoittiasa goadsecond head buggy and jefof hRreciH which ie will soft clip iijf i n i 1 Rxr 4 PATTERSON HOTEL JAMSST0WN KY 7 Established 1827 and New 1N MARBLE No Letter place can be found than at th above named hotel r Its new elegantly urmshed and tie ta ble at all times sup plied with the best he market affords cFeed Stable in con aection J B PATTERSON FOR SHLS iss WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN TRADE Watches and Jewelry repaired also for the trade We send our illustrated catalocgue free to anyone sending us their address Reference tbs paper 1RION GEBABDET CO 04 AYiMaFlcor LoulFi lIe Ifojilwlzj r ttftkw IPUSSEliLkSPRINGST4OTEIiSecondrland OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogues Louisville = a Kentucky vVy i CVSLCQOAXl DST l PROPRIETORS OF THE Wks7LebanonLEBANON K5T Manufacturersof and dealers in all kinds of GRANITE DWWl lGI i F1CE3 LOW VVQRK GTJARA T TEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offgrcr1- icbefore Weare prepared to all kinds of masonry yorkuch as fcucdnlicn fronts etc WM F JEFFRIES oval Agent Columbia Ky Columbia M F1 ugh SoMoI COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 0 1856 5 SESSION OF1901190246th YEAR OPENS SEI 1901 t + rrNew Faculty New Equipment New and complete course of tudy preparing for leaching or college Normal tiietbods of Instructionimproved buildin- PntaCtrXiaCIIAIttErnuwaii For cttaloglle terms or other information address q- PROF M BW GRANGER Golumbia Ky i j 4eh1r i sfPERSONAL MENTION irWC Turk BUss was In this l city Mr Wm Irvine Camp Knox was in this city Monday f Mr JP Beard Is here for a week f iromMontlcello- t Mr JF Triplett was in Campbell last Saturday EvlUe i Reeves of Lebanon was her several days of last week 4Mr V M Gowdy CflJrpbellsville wasinColumbiaM u ay f Mr H O Smithof Grocnsburg was here a few days ago Mr M O Stevenson of Esto LSr 1inColumbia last Monday Mrs W 0 Turk is rapidly recover- Ing from a long spell of sickness Mr H C Walker Gradyvllle pat this office a pleasant call Monday Mr Tom Dowdy of Gresham had business In Columbia last Saturday Mr Abner Jones Jamestown was Columbia last Friday and Saturday Mr T B Hazard Taylor county was here a witness in court last week Mr Scott Montgomery and his son are In Louisville on business this wee Mr J A Williams Caseys Creek spent several days in this place during Emmett Goode and Ro Williams of Casey were in town las Friday W A Coffeyand T C Dav rMesssrs in Campbellsvillo one day last week Dr J H Grady and his daughter Miss Gertrude are visiting relatives in MonticellotMr Dave Allen hoc returned to Col umbla and established headquarters for the Fall Mr W W Cornelison Camp Knox had business in this city the first o f the week Mrs Sallie Walker mother of Hugh and William Walker who has been quite sick is betterSspMrattended religious services at White Oak last Sunday Mrs Robt Vardcman of Vandalla Mo is visiting her sisterinlaw MrtJas Garnett Jr Lisle Atkins a son of Mr W J At kins who has been sick with typhoid fever is improving ty Mrs J A Parsons who has been visiting in Green county the last tw weeks returned home Sunday t Miss Mary Gowdy of Campbellsville visited in Columbia last Sunday She was accompanied by a Mr Davis A Mrs Susan Russell is some better than she was last week and at this writing there Is some hope of her get ting up the Mrs Tim Bradshaw and her daughter Miss Effie returned from market C Monday night bringing with them many nice readytowear hats Mr W L Walker left here Mond6 morning for the cincinnati and Chicago us markets at which places he will purh chase his Fall and Winter stock ofm goods Mr E M Blakeman circuit court Clerk of Green county and Mr R L Durham a prominent attorney of of Greensburg were in Columbia Thurs the dayProf J H Erskine of Savona NewWI York who will be the as stant Fat ajjColumbiamj perienced teacher and comes to our community well recommended Dr Robt Y Hindman left Monday morning for the Louisville University and will during the Winter finish his medical education He has been aW hard student and will doubtless take rank among the best physiciansfa Jtractresidence finished the job last Friday and left tqr his home Saturday morn ing Mr Bradley is an excellent work man as the dwelling just finished tes tifies ey LOCAL JOTTINGS us It Is said the chestnut crop will be large the is The county candidates are shaking a the bushes to Judge Jones next court will be a Tompkiosville tif There are a great many young mules in this county for salcanThe grand jury will probably hold the remainder of the week Come to the Old fiddlers anInThe business of the term of court will probably be finjshedThu s ayan Hogs were selling in the city marI kets last week at 8720 per hundred for the The old fiddlers contest will be held in the courthouse and it will be crowded with spectators this Born to the wife of B M Blakeman Greensburc one day last week a Democratic son the We have u nice hue of Parlor Furni tore Couches Leather Chairs Rock ers Diningroom Chairs Folding Bed s Carpets Rugs 0 RUSSELL MUBRKLL Y The old fiddles will be here next Monday Born to the wife of Howard Stitrr f eptember 17 1901 a daughter The carpenters will soon have S D Barbeen residence completed A large stock of readymade skirts and skirt patterns at Russell Mur rolls Water was found last week at the depth of eighty feet at the M F HiiihSchool grounds Our stock of Ladies Misses and chi drenVCloaks embrace all latest styles RUSSELL MXJKRELL For sale two good steer calves Ca llby at once if you wish to buy JAS CALLISON Cane Valleys Ky FertilizerdHurts Gadburry Ky or Columbia Ky A large portion of the tobacco of 1this country was cut before the frost and that left standing was not dam aged There were one hundred dollars in DI nighkt last week The old fiddlers of Adair county should be on hand Barren Warren wilti There was considerable frost las Thursday morning the first of theIdid but little to aderMcFarland Feese were awarded contract to build the cottage at the M F High School and will bec gin the work at once All the State cases for this term of conrt have been tried Mr Aaron the Commonwealths Attorney left 10 Jamestown yesterday morning Ladies are invited to examine our of fine shoes We have some in tills line 2t RUSSELL MURRELL We mail a few sample copies of the News this week to friends at a If they would like to read i weekly the price is one dollar per year Mr Henry Fulks undertook to septcrate some boys who were in a dlmcutlast week and received a severe lick upon an arm inflicted with a base batoMr Jake Young who lived near Stapps Spring died last Monday night He was a brother of Mr Go Young who resides In the Zion neighborhood 4t1Miss Crusle Baker of BurksvlHe was married to Mr Eobt English of Marrowbone country last Sunday H week The bride is a niece of Hon H Baker this placeSThe case against Porter Fletcher in dismissedYjuries and the woman in the case some month ago all The RUSsell circuit court will com mence the third Monday in next month On that day quite a number the county candidates will address people at Jamestown Hog market was very brisk las and it continues firm thlswe kecattle were also in demand and that were sold in the Louisville brought good pricesr hiPaidBridgewater Mrs Flora Frazer Geo Eosenbeum June Willis R Y Hind man Emmet Goode C M Hindman L Stults G W Shepherd FOR SALEOne cow and calf and a heifer that will weigh about 800 W W BROCKMAN Joppa Ky No Our Fall Stock is here ready for your inspection It is our aim to furnish the best goods for the least non We have bargains Come and see RUSSELL MURRELL We understand that Mr Henry Christie who recently embarked in C mercantile business Camp Knox the having a fine run of trade He has nice clean stock and is doing his bestre please the public attul season of the tfattcnlngr the people generally happy and contentedpeThe Fiscal Court of Adair Count had Octoberti first dayotthe month Magisth trates of the county will take govern themselves accrdfoglyt Our thanks are due the management Ark a complimentary ticket to attend has InterState Fair which begun InIs Louisville the 23d and will continue in uqtll the 5th of October It is a bigTJ thing for Louisyille and people from country are flocking to the citelu The fertilizers tint have stood test for years that are wheat and grass growers and the best for the building up ofl ridare the steadGlobe and ITatTonal brands Theres none better Get our prices SoriColumblY a L Mrs Ann Turk Dead Ripe in years this estimable old ellIsfinished her life work last Friday Mrfew weeks ago she visited a daughter- Marton county and one in Louisvil- and a granddaughter in YPashingt county returning to Adair mu hItbroken in health For several yea she had made her home with her daughter Mrs F P Dohouey who re sides at Milltown occasionally visiting her daughter Mrs Mary T Harvey nfed this place In a few days after her turn home she rapidly grew weaker 1Motif the end earned The deceased was born and reared In Adair county and was a daughter of Bally who will be remembered our older citizens When quite young she was married to Mr Caleb Turk eight children being the fruits d1smany years ago are all living but three Mrs Harvey being aIresident of Columbia Mrs Turk was 79 years old and if we remember correctly was a memb of the Cumberland Church and had been since early inJife She was buried near ltii IItown Saturday afternoon many relatives and friends being present We are told that thecase deceased was ready to go at her Masters call and could have truthful lyMrsaid I would not live alway I ask not to stay- Osteopathy Dr A C Foster a graduate of t notprofession Osteopathy is compar a ativelynewin this part of the State alhaving been practiced in other parts of the United States for more than twenty years I judge most ever has heard of its wonderful success with cases that heretofore have incurableby other systems of healin Osteopathy treats most all forms chronic cases known to be curable an ryehas attained a most enviable reputa tion in the treatment of fevers most especially tvphold Osteopathy bears no relation whatever to Christian Science Magnetic healing or faith cure but is scientific being based upon thorough knowledge of the principles physiologyt with diseases from which they can get no relief a by the use of drugs would do well Investigate the possibilities of Oo teopathy in the cure of disease Consultation and examination can be had free by calling upon DR A C FOSTER Office in Marcum Hotel Columbia KentuckyccI Belgian Hare Dinner p Last Sunday Mrs Eollin Hurt gay rigenguests being present NM Tutt Price Sam Lewis J R Hindman and Miss Mary Price Mrs Anna mother of Mrs Hurt assisted In the preparation of the meal an culinary affairs she has no superior til The foregoing gentlemen were select edout of Mrs Hurts numerous friends they being hunters and very fond of kinds of game Gov Hindman and Mr Hurt are engaged in raising th specie of rabbit and for some time they have bad a ravishing desire to test the quality of their meat and so well pleased were they that the culture ing will be more vigorously prosecut ink Mrts the t It variety of fowl from a fantail be pigeon to a peafowl Those who were honored by Mrs Hurt desire to their sincere thanks assuring that the afternoon was delightful on spent and the unjque dinner very much enjoyed Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without medicine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky cure no pay a juithejttSomeothers meet with failure agoing and acomlng Perhaps of all the young men who have left Columbia J F W Frank and Henry Read have been lie most successful W C Read re at rides in St Paul Minn and is in the She estate business He left here se at sateen years ago without means and this time he is worth over 200000 is astonishing at the amount of who that has been placed in his She for rental In talking to a News his business he stated that had more tenants than there were in Columbia We asked if he not accumulated a considerable e state he said I take it that I have His made and am making all the money I am entitled to for several years my income has been over one thousand dollars per month Jas F the and Henry reside in Ft Smith Jim is a successful lawyer and the accumulated large estate Frank who also wealthy andHenry Is said to be the best fix of any of the boys eir success is due to sobriety and in strict business habits All four of the are happily married and are teat and g Interesting families on Mis3 Cora Breeding a bjghjyrpepectr faroldqOIdgeiierA tap rihe in the community where he jived The M JP High School opened last Monday and in a few weeks there will Be a large number of pupils in tendanceii speUlngnj0 contestIat was decided in favor of the latter- rs If you intend sending your chtldr to the M F High School enter them at once in order that they may be class and get the full benefit of the ter- re The Merkley Mm CampbelfRvllle 6 destroyed hy tire last we k was Insu r ed to th amount of t 5 000 The prop ertv was valued at six or eight thous and We understand that Mr Her k ley will not rebuild Kemp Young sell the best Fertili- d Izers on the market Come and g what you need They will make you close prices on all grades They guarantee the Horse Shoe Brand to be the best erThe case against Lafayette Cundiff charged with robbing J B Watsons store on Green river was continued until the next term of court The was tried four months ago but the jury agreed to disagree Robt Gilmer a former citizen of Adair county writes distressingly Iron Missouri to friends here He states that he had in sixty acres of corn and that he would not be able to gather as much as one wagon load heDonGsend away from home for a ofsewing machine but let us furnish u machine for less money WeI have them from 812 60 to 82750 sever standard makes anRUSSELL loYBowling Green The citizens of Col thge madde next ar t All the undergrowth and rubbish have been removed from the city ce m etery and it is now in a clean condi tion The work was superintended by Dr J N Page who takes a pride in keeping the city of the dead free from weeds etc etc It is now time for the darkles to cal rest on cake walking They hay pro1itcrhasbut the interest is about dead Chang- the monotony and give us Feast in the Wilderness It is hoped that farmers of Adair have not cut their tobacco too green Green tobacco is as unsa able- as frost bitten The crop throughout beeen e w ht time it will bring in a large sum revenueR Bad luck will eventually overtake the man who hunts out of season and mentiondthe season opens beforeyou go wing- Ing for birds It is said there are plenty of them in the fields and the sport will be fine after the 15th of November P isreMr Dock Bell who is employed at the Columbia Roller Mill met with very In serious accident last Friday morn He was chopping a log and mak of a mislick struck his leg below knee cutting very severe gash will be several weeks before he wtl 1and able to resume work The dwelling house and contents owned by Mr Warren Sallee located the Stanford road four miles Ito pSundaysmokehouse and other out buildings were burned The property was in raptse to Dick Lee Hardin the colored bo who came very near killing Mont Montgomery ayoung white man with rock in this place several month- ago was givens trial last week Tin was out but a short time fixing punishment at one year in the pen Dick Lee is in his teen for several years has been an round bad boy There is an impression that Miss Sal Montgomery occupies all her time Gradyville That is a mistake teaches only two days in the week that place the other four she spends with her pupils here She can take several more scholars if there are those desire to be instructed ia music is un excellent teacher and takes great pride in advancing pupils Dick Bryant who shqt and killed George Curry some months ago was given a trial last week and acquitted inotber was also Implicated in the indictment and the charge against her the dismissed Dick Bryant is only a as little boy eleven years of age and at time 4e fired the shot Curry was abusing his mother The verdict otcr Jury was not a surprise to those the heard the testimony Last Thursday a young gentlepan town sent a lady friend a very fine tion watermelon It waf seat from a store theboy who delivered it said upIarriving at the house here is a melon ItJr seqVgjYing the mfr chant pimp Thp mercbapp Is Tamil at thewel jing and the kids about horse concluded last he was the and they thefeupqngl1t it qpea afterion qming te Qeiit part Qf 11tJJi t f SawMill for Salo seenatIn a new millwill sell cheap For particu lars address the Greensburg Lumber Co Greensburg Ky If you want to invest some money in the Columbia Oil Co call on or write theeatomacui uro scald or like injury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than any other treatment Unless the injury is very severe it will not leave a scar Pain Bilm also cures rheumatism sprains swellings and lameness For sale by M Cravens eAbeautiful storyis credited to Sam Jones which describes a decision in in Heaven as to what is the most love ly thing on earth An Angel was sent down from Heaven one day toe bring back the most beautiful thing earth He hunted long and carefully saw a bed of full blown American Beauty roses lovely beyond compare and he gathered an armful and started to return to his home above As he soared Into the air he saw a babys smile and filled with rapturous ration at the sight returned to take it too By its side he discovered a mothers love and with all these in his arms he mounted to the place bej ond the skies Justjoutside the pearly gate the spirit paused for a moment and lol the roses were withered and dead and the babys smile had vanished but strong and faithful and serenely beautiful as ever mothers love re mained and he cast the others aside d took this and laid it at the feet his Master as the most lovely and last g thing on earth There is not a more healthy location in the State than Columbia and per sons who com template to enter their children in school should send them to this place The building is on an elevated point overlooking the town and the walks to and from the college hill are all that students could desire Pure water has recently been found at the depth of eighty feet near the enter ance to the building and the edifice has just received a fresh coat of paint inside and out giving it a very invit lu h Iersareinattendanceandnopupil will be neglected Start your cbildrenat once eBev Jesse L Murrell and wife Rev W P Gordon and Hon JR Hindman arc attending Conference at Bowling Green Rev Murrell has been the Presiding Elder of this district for the past four yerrs and under the rules governing Conference he can not be returned here in that capacity He ill doubtlessbe given work elsewhere He is a minister very much Jikeiover the district and his friends hope that he will be given a good location In the four years just past he has been preaching almost constantly and has received a great many persons into the church Rev Gordon will probably be returned to Columbia Th news from the Wayne county oil fields is very encouraging Mr J Beard is here from Monticello and ports that it is confidently believed that a hundred or so wells will be sunk Wayne county in the near future Messrs M Cravens and W F J flriesr this place left for the territory Monday afternoon They are members of the Columbia 011 Campany their mission is to have operators commence boring for said company a quickly as possible The for the purpose is all on the grounds btan S N Hancock will appear this week The reason for the delay is the young men have removed their outfit another building and for the further reason it takes time to straighten surfaceYunderstand that Messrs White and dealstrustsemay be real ized sThere is said to be more quail in Adair county than for a number of years in the past In the neighborhood of Montpeller they are reported especially plentiful and much tine sport Is prom ised after the 15th of November Luther Williams who lives at Montpelier and who is a fine shot and a law abiding citizen should keep a lookout and prevent the birds from being disturbed until the season opens Mr J W Gardiner district Super ChIJdrengOrphanSociety several days of last week Sunday night of this week he made a talk at Christian church giving details to the management of the home and IStatcand placed with best families of Commonwealth Our people manifested their interest In the work subscrib1gg G The Columbia Stave Company continues to shipand for several weeks campbellsylllehasbeenlfneti 1Iswhere he purchased several huqijec 1tUarl14btl for this Olsis of boards 7I4 n J J TO THE FAR1EI G LE1ViENT t Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Field Seeds and Fertilizers for sale WP JEFFRIES SON- Columbia Kentucky Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky- f Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws reported promptly by skilled workmen Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill Operators in this andadjoining counties Woodson Lewis Bro f Greensburg Kentucky P Have just received three car loads ofBug gies Carriages and Farm Wagons 1000 Barrels bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer An Immense Stock Dry Goods Clothing and General Merchandise that they are selling be slowany compeditor ENTERPRISE HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY t BLACKLEY FRANKLIN Best SlOO per day Hotel in the city Absolute Satis factien Guaranteed The patronage of Merchants rFarmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited Chas FGans Bro Proprietors I HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Coffins and Caskets r FROM 250 UP I am prepared to meet the needs in this lino on short notice My stook is new and uptodate C FEESE Columbia Kp South East Corner of Public Square Ii T COUNTY S D HURST WOODFonD CXJUNTT Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLAOKLEY HURST CO Proprietors Auction riailirRETURNS to 1125 West Main Street Lduisville Ky Fart hoLlit s jiie tdfiptiMrIt kTti r How Garfield and Un coin Fell President Garfield was shot by Cha J Gulteau in the depot of the Balti Imore and Potomac railway in Wash ington D Oi on July 2 1881 and died from the effects of the bullet on Se i tilltember 18th followingsoAt the time of the tragic accident President Garfield was about to take the train for Long Branch where his wife was just recovering from an ill ness of several weeks Mr Elaine then Secretary of State was ith him and together they were discussing political matters when suddenly two pistol shots rang out upon the air and President Garfield fell to the floor The man who fired the shots gave his name as Charles J Gulteau and on the trial of the murderer several later it was ascertained that the crime was the outgrowth of dlsappintment on the part of Gulteau who it seems v without any qualifications whatever illforeral at Paris Although tlur doubts as to tIle murderers sanity ht was convicted and executed President GarfIeld lingered for eighty days in great physical pain an suffering All sections of the country were united in profound grief over his tragic death- President Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth in Fords th atre Wa inglonD C April 14 1865 Mr Lincoln was seated in the presi dents box at Fords theatre when theJ tragedy occurred Several parties werej implicated in the plot but it fell to Booths lot to commit the deed Entering the presidents box from th rear while the distinguished occupant hve crept up to his side and aiming dtIliberately at his head fired By rea on of li s great muscular strength succeeded in wrenching himself away from those who seized him with viqlcut hands and he would no doubt have made good his escape had he no caught himself in the folds of the union flag and fallen to the foci breaking oncof his limbs as he tellI In spite of his disabled condition he leaped upon the stage and exclaimed z Sic semper tyrannls Although heI Imade his escape from the bulidln his crippled condition prevented hi from getting away from his pursuer- Several days later he was traced to h U place ofconcealmeut and shot Seve- t al others who were charged with being fellow conspirators with him were ex r ecuted Mrs Suratt being among the number William McKinley t Born at Niles Trumbull county 0 January Entered 1843 Allegheny College Mead TlllePajl860 r Enlisted sriyateWmp sy E Twenxythird Ohio Volunteer Infantry June 11 1861 Participated in battles at South Mountain and Antietam September 14 and 17 1862 promoted from Comm S to Lieutenant ofyKernstown July 24 1863 Commissioned Major by Brev etthe March 14 1865 Studied law at law school at Albany N Ynand was admitted to bar at Wuren 0 March 1867tElected Prosecuting Attorney ofas Stark county 0 in 1869 Elected to Congress in 1876 BtelectecKto Congress for seventh time in November 1888 Inagurated Governor of Ohio Janua ry 11 189- 2Elected President of the United States in Novemger1896- Renominated for President June 21 1900cReelected November4l9iEShot September 6 1901 Died September 14 1901 215 a Chairman Dick of the Ohio publican State Committee has urged A M Tillman United States District Attorney in Nash vine to make speeches in Ohio during the coming Chairman Dick it is said fe that the Democrats will succe in gaining a victory in the Legislature Some weeks ago Homer Rea boyfoundDen- ver was with a bullet in his brain Ucdentallypolice believe it a case of murder SawMill for SalctlOne 20 horse power Can be se enH+ running in Green county This i ttAerm LCo Greensburg KyCRev T P Walton Jima good second tf hand bnggy slid a set of harness which heVrmBell cheap A J I Vf tr l o JOPPA sWe are having lots of raillJ Fodder pulling is the order of the day Mr T P Jeffries who has bee feeble health for some time me better Z T Young who has been sick for some time is not so well Q Montgomery and Wm Powell have formed a partnership andI are sinking a number of wells in this community Dr S P Miller and F W Miller Democratic and candidates for sheriff were min Hug with the voters here lust week Hsteaching school on Barnetts creek is at home onthe sick list E B White the hustling fruit tree man is doing a fine business the DiitippoiotniiMf country unFi A eijjiUUVVll nock trader wes in our vlcinit last week hoping stock ydsix additions to the church Misses Bersheba and Maud Ho- laday and Sallie Jones are attend GlasgoweThis country is aroused over the assassination of our President and many of thH brat citizens diffe- tug with McKinlpy politically sa not only the vilhtin who fired the futalshutlHlt all who were con cerned in it alt uld be burned at the stake and loony think that such a punishment would reap to good for them inhThe Fair being over weare again settled down to business ginfd was a success and the ers are hale They also glad note that Mr J H Smith our enterprising merchant and stock man rriedaway his part of the premiums villamcasMftwoYearormules the other day for 525 A E Cooper sold one horse for 65 Mr R J Wade happened to very serious accident the other day He started to the Ruses Springs his horse became frightened and ran resulting in Wade being thrown and bad hurt one of his wr jbeing dislo cAt hma his face was somewhat bruised A certain young man near here is causing people to suspicion something is liable to happen in the near future For some time he has been making semimonthly visits to Pulaski county but of late he has changed the order of thugs He now goes weekly and judge from indications it will be but a short time when his visits will be semiweekly We are to see what all this means unless he has concluded that he stood the trials of bachelor hood long enough He has lately purchased a farm and he also informs us that he bought a n buggy the other day These ere indications of a conjugal knot being drawn before a great while Messrs G B Smith M Shepherd Wm Tarter and W Rexroat attended the Democrat- convention at Jamestown A strong ticket was named and the 17melectionReThe health of this community is very good W A Wilson hasjbeen very sick with flux but is bettor soldera 78 edworth of goods on the 9th horn to the wife of Thomas Thornton a son on the 9th Rev G Wilson was here ti 18th on businessID O Hoppers school is prog ressing nicely at this place lacee e T J Wade was married the a Miss Barker McBeath was here the 13t moneycuF Jeffries or any member of the in this town The railroads in the United States contributed 5000p0p to theVpnblio reventtw it r t Teachers Association Program for Teachers Association for Districts 4 and 5 to be heldat Gradyville Oct 19 1901 ExercisesD ieWelcome Address Wm Wil more Response G P Dillon Music How to control primary pupils Mary Todd W T Salmon Relative value of Arithmetic and Grammar Mrs Shirley Holland Simpson Music ReadinggHow to get pupils interested in istory Hallie Nell Nora San didgeMusic What is successful Li loderPsychology in ed cation Supt- rones lrWhat is good discipline Pearl Hindman Burton Yates MusicIDoes teaching pay Stults Edith Curry Methods in spelling Nannie Bradshaw Sallie Yarberry Mrs Annie Yarberry Music What books should teachers read Vina Royse Clauie Walker Campbellr HandleYLiterature Prof Granger Gov HindmanThe will be called cloyse All teachers of Adair county a- mvited to be present and take part Cured of Chronic DiarrhoeaAft or thirty Years of Suffering I suffered for thirty years with di btre ing cured says J S Halloway spentiso much that I had given up all hopes of recovery I was so feeble from the fects of the diarrboe that could dot kind of labor could not even trays but by accident was permitted to find a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera rand Diarrhoea Remedy and after tak- Ing several bottles I am entirely cured widbe In reach of all who suffer as I have For sale by M Cravens Program Program of Sundayschool and MIs slonary meeting of Russells Creek As sociation to be heldjvith Summersvl lie 28291901lY er Alternate E H Henderson Duties of Churches to young mem hersT M Green and E G Is Faith the gift of God or simply the act of the creature and does it come before or after Regeneration W J Crawley W T Underwood John A Pierce Our obligation in carrying out t Great CommissionD P Montgomery and W L Pierce What is the complete mission of Gods People J E Scott A LrCraw ley Family Prayer or Religion in the Home AW Curry W J Risen G B Walker John Berry The ends to be reaches in Suada schoolToM Green F Harrison W J Coakley Responsibility of parents to Sunday school workJ S Durham Jr W H Graham STORESgreatinde x Smith Bros sold on the llth 130 the 12th 76 and 13th 182 5 Protractedmeeting closed at Olearfork church with 21 conversions Rev W W Smith was the principal preacher Frank Emerson Sr deceased on the 7th inst aged 87 years Confusion exists in the ranks of the strikers and many of them have not received the official order to resume work It is said fib big1egasshe on The plight of the tinplate workers is said to be especially severe as they will either be forced to main out or withdraw from t Association It is claimed they Amalgamh At DayhThe busiest and mightiest little glatog s weakness nto strength listlessness to energy brain fag into mental pow er TDeyro wonderfuMn building up Ibehealth Only 25c per box Sold by T E Paull i f it cjJt i1T Stood Death Off E B Mondays a lawyer of Henret to Tex once fooled a nravedisger He sals My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I per suaded him to try Electric Bitters and be was soon much better but con tinued their use unit he was wholly cured I am sure Electric BitterS sav ed his life This remedy expejs ma aria kills disease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates the liver kidneys nd bowels cures constipation dyspepsia nerveous diseases kidney troubles female complaints trlvos perfect healths Only 50c at T E Paulls drugstore FairStlverlae a ver Chain The charm is gold plated and has one cent copper coin set to revolve in it and carries this inscription British North Bornea Co This st at the Hotel stable at the watertn Two yourji men to a bUlgy were sen pick u up and drive off Tin fir t r willIl liiHirally on the rn urn c h watch tiJ White Olumb Kv Bear Uraiid Fertilizer ltTo grow uood wheat you must ler tilizu and when you huy fertilizer ytiu should know that you mt thebf st for the money you pay am prepared take care of your interest in grade an price The Bear Brands are not su r passed in quality cor undersold in price Good grade wheat grower from SI 00 to 8125 Art IInrt Columbia and Cray Craft Oct 14 tiWnuderiul Eight urs chilera diarrhoea cramps c ll titueu p ra illS lumbago aw linkMiLunil iii riieuuiiiusiG and toot ache All paiu internal or external cured quicker with Morleys Wonderful Eight than any other remedy As ieQueer Tobacco Crop Owcnsboro Ky Sept 12 Tom Jones of Thurston has a crop of to bacco that has puzzled him and his neighbors He planted a field of Bur ofley tobacco and now it is nearly halt Pryor On each stalk there is a green stripe running item the ground up two sides of the plant Leery le stripesl is e while that on the other portlonsof the stalk is Burley and has all the cbarac teristlcs of that variety of tobacco in ththe most marked manner Where the leaves start from the stalk partly in the white and partly in the green stripes they are halt of one kind of tobacco and halt of the other Almost the whole of a considerable field mixed up in this way and Mr Jones does not know how he will class it for flmarketChamberlains Cough Remedy a Great Favorite propertlres andof prompt and permanent cures have made it a great favorite with people everywhere It is especially prized mothers of small children for colds croup and whoopingcougb as it always contaibeus It may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by M Craven Deep Sorrow Washington D c Sept 17The many expressions of deep sorrow that have come from the South over the death of President McKInley are es wYho witnessed this morning thejuneral cortege that slowly moved along Pennsylvania avenue to the Capitol It is a matter of no minor comment that the attitude of the South has been one of the most beautiful incidents in this period of national gloom The Confederate veterans of the District of Columbia and of Alexandria V marched in the funeral procession clad in their uniforms of gray Many organizations in the South sent inquiries as to whether they could come but the funeral arrangements were so unsettled that they could not be notified in time to be here Husband It you have a weak nervous deb tated wife do not scud or become m patient with her Give her kind ir e went loving wordsuud ilorleys Liver reatgu and will soon be your healthy happy best half Price SI Sold by agent in every town costarIn hehesame at this office Chamberlains Pain Balm applied to acut bruise burn scald or llkeinjury will instantly allay the pain and will heal the parts in less time than a other treatment Unless the injury very severe it will nut leave a scarE rheumaticInm sale by M Cravens FOR SALE 25 head of cattle j HSMlrn FontmnKy t J 4xi l Teachers Association Program of Teachers Association to be held in Magisterial District No 2 at Oak Grove schoolhouse September 28 Exercise Welcome Address W L Brockman Which should be studied first the Nation or State Constitution C F Breeding Select Beading M M White Why study Ci vlcs and give method CA Coffey- Recitation Elnora Leach What Influence does the study of history have pn the characterH J Noon Music Give method of teaching begginners to readCarrie Harmon WillisgPreparation by the Teacher Wm McCaffrey BreadingV Bry ant DeclamationBeecher Piece Assignment LessonsW Sinclair How prevent disturbances in school Forest Bradshaw SecdThree negroes were taken from the jail at WIckliffe Ballard county Wed nesday night and hanged to a tree in the courthouse yard They were ac cused of the murder and robbery of an inoffensive old negro Saturday night The bodies were left hanging in the Thnrsh Foreka While on a camping trip to Webster county S I Stump Normantown W fluxIe says eve that I owe my life to the forethought of one of the co Span who had taken along a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Moral Procure leBvlnghome triptboard 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 never leave home on a Journey without it For sale by M Cravens Gov Beckham has offered a reward of 8100 for the aprrehnslon of Ballard Haynes fugitive from justice want ed in Calloway county and his deliv fscry to the jailer of that county Haynes who is a negro killed hl brother at Murray early in 1897 ed the State A night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnbam Machias Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia be fore morning writes Mrs S H Lin byColn who attended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her This marvelous medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest andLungDfseases Only 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free a T E Paulls drug store Nathan Fouts his sister Mrs Frank Niccum her husband and their eight eenmonthsold daughter were killed by a Lake Erie and Western passenger train at a crossing six and oae hal t miles north of Peru Ind The tour were in a spring wagon returning from a funeral aAShocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A KelleE of Williford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Boils Piles and all skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by T E Paull iiiThe government crop reports show maatjorlty of the cottongrowing States is below the tenpear average thisseason the decline being about 58 points I IS eighteen points lower in Texas 4APain 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 tltnel use of Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial the great System Renovator danker can be avoided This r Is a positive cure fur Kidney and Urinary troubles Ask your druggist arrestisin New York as a suspicious person The anarchists held in Chicago may be released erg the police ot Buffa to have been unable to make outa ease at IIiroan thteaterw to sue for false attest tb 7 Fifty Cents aYein Lesshas a PeaB7 m Number I THE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY I Published at Atlanta Oa 2 After n eureerofmare or less efclty in the Southern field fort a n rfttfter of century TherfSoMny South has again become III f wt fcft an time m lie historyA AttJMraseflalBtatfe flom tkeiStimown atttboni andf4 faahIonsupThe THONY iDI1tnllmentsInterestttbmughont centsBnbscr agents thesatorier posientitlestheI always f r nIlSoliterary paper is here at test Order Jt today Constitutionboth for orrfyl25ayear Beipit that amount papersOneLiteraryAddress nil letters and remittances to THE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GAI THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 OC 12500000AIKJUHTAMnee all cofr gepu3cnce to HOMrE OFFICELEXINGTON 1C7SGao TKRMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS r EUNICE The whoopingcough has about subsided here A protracted meeting began a Pellyton last Sunday conducted by Rev Prather Cassias Breeding an energetic young man of this place is no in Russell county looking after some of his teams and will re main there several weeks Mrs Cora Young of Watson is visiting her relatives in this place Henry Squires who is making his home at J S Breedings visit Colombiadare bright for a great match spelling at Taberna cleMrs 0 H Jones is visiting relatives at Cane Valley Mr J M Vaughan is receivia new goods Mr and Mrs Chas Pyle have removed to Russell county R E Montgomery who is teaching near here dismissed last weok on account of sickness Mr and Mrs F W Miller en rained at dinner a number of Iu diana friends recently L0W RATESTO NEW YORK t And Return July 1st to Oct 20th 1901 VIA Biuiollr Tickets will be good for return trip ten days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route an return via another All tickets reading via Big Four Route to Cleveland and L S Ss M S By between Cleveland and Buffalo fospassage on Transit Companys Steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo Stop overs will be allowed at Buffalo in either direction by depositing ticket with the Joint Agent immediately on arrival and payment ot 100 at time of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton Chautauquatposit ot ticket with Depot Ticket arrivalAuthorized allow ed at Niagara Falls Washington timore and Philadelphia on tickets pointsYnd particulars i addressY as to schedules rates tickets call on W J LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt W P DEPPE Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky The African Baptist church board Frankfottwas arrested forproceeed opbositepermission from the Council d iR LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live tStock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE 25wLightshipping 4 755 00 Best butchers 4 154 50 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 753 50 IIOLo Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 tbs 5 85 Fair to good packing 160 to 200tt s 6 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 580 SHEEP AND LARDS shippinggSheep 3 353 75 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium 200x2 50 ALL WOMEN Wino of Cnrtlui is the guardian of a womans health and happi ness from youth to old age It helps her safely into womanhood It sustains her during the trials of pregnancy childbirth and motherhood making labor easy and preventing Hooding and mis carriage It gently leads her through the dangerous period known as the change of life WINEOFCARDUI thedin every form It is valuable in every trying 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