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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1901 NUMBER 47 POSTUFFICE DIRECTOR J it Russell Postmaster Office boursweek days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY OiaowiTOonRTThreo sessions a yearThird Monday January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt 1 OlerkJno Coffey CooBTFlrst Monday in each wont h JudgeJ W Butler County Attorney Jus 03rnettJr OlerkT R Stults JailerS H Mitchell AssessorG Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher 3iTY Regnlwcourt econd Monday in ach month rdgoJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery guCHURCH PRESBYTERIAN STBMTRCT T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at a m eyeiy coSabbathnight METHODIST IBUWVILLH Rev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each monthl Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer mooting Thursday nightanBAPTIST Bev actor Services third Sunday Ineach month iindayschol every Sabbath at 9am Prayer nesting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGESI MASONICt ar meeting In their hall over bank on FrI Say night on or before tho full moon In sacno month GAKBMP T B Sccj B No meetir first Monday night in each month JB H P W W Secretary New Carriage and Wagon Shop 0tI have leased the E C Eubank strshopPisie Wagon Woi special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Prodduce taken In return for work whSflancoct Hotel BURKQVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0JEirThe 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 flood sample room Feed stable at attached Pumps Hose PACKINGIi BOILER TUBESrWell Casing Iron PipeS General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam P loMillTHE AHRENS OTT MFG 00IJ INCORPORATED 325329 Main StexLouisville Kentucky PARSON MOSS CO t BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS QPUMBI KEN UCK- YT it We are prepared to dotanykind of work our line ia firstclass order We have been In the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms us reasonablevas any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Givegus call Shop near Columbia Mill Coog Ladies Favorite Morleys Jjt tla LirctPills for J111ioris Pcoplearo tho lad t favorite because they tiro small nssi quretlbritn x x- lH Guiltu of MUfa6f 1 Ozolgosz Will Die In the Electric Chair Tho Jury Returned a Verdict in a Few Minutes Sealing the Prisoners Fate THE PRISONER REMAINS CALM Loon F C2olgosz the assassin of President McKinley was found ilty of murder in the first degree last Tuesday by the jury in the Supreme Court at Buffalo N Y The trial consumed eight hours and twentysix minutes and vered a period of two days Practically all of the time was occupied in presenting evidence which proved conclusively theI guilt of the prisoner The attor nevs for the defense did not offer y testimony on behalf of their client but Judge Lewis made a re markabJe speech C olgosz showed no signs of emotion when he heard the verdict He maintained his iudiffeaeuce and unconcern ed airStootlBy Her Colors Mrs Martha Bullock Reosevelt the mother of the President was a Southern woman During the civil war her home was in New York City It was ime when feeling ran high and any thing smacking of Confederacy wasI t tolerated and it was not safe for any one to show a leaning to the South incident narrated below was subsequently told by Mrs Roosevelt her set during a visit to her friends in tbe South after the war had closed Theodore Roosevelt the father otI the President decided about that time to glue some great social function The Roosevelt mansion was according ly bravely decked in bunting and with ited States flags From every window save one flew the stars andt ipes That exception was Mrs Herhuskthe decorative scheme but she had a 1decorativeStopping not to consider the peril in ich it might place her and her husband she drew from among the chera fished treasures the stars and bars of the Confederacy Going to the window she firmly fixed its staff and allowed its folds to flutter to the breezetOn the instant almost the hostile ensign was noted In hot indignation one observer pointed it out to anotheri and a crowd speedily grew as crowds ll Soon thestreet was choked withi angry people who shook threatening fists at the Confedeiate flag and intvelghed most bitterly 1Alarmedswelled at every moment and wbic directed its wrath against his house Mr Roosevelt sought the causeI that had started the people toisanger He was not long In finding itlerce acclaim directed his gaze which IJSouthquailed before a crowd Theodore the elder saw that imminent danger could be averted only through persuad his wife thleentered tbe house to find his wife He told her what she already knew that the anger of the crowd had been cited by her indiscreet display of tbe Southern colors and said that it would be well for her to take in the flag I shall not do so said the mother of the President The ling Is mine the boudoir is mine I love the flag for represents iny native land Explain them that I am a Southern woman hat Llove the South Do anything ItshallIAnd it did not Theodore Roosevelt ent again to tare the crowd Hen dwelt with finesse upon his wifes love for her native land and molded athering to his will and to anindnl of Mrs Roosevelt in her deal fly the flag of her beloved South rly has made a President I J Bryan Tribute to McKinley Hon William J Bryan paid the fol lowing tribute to the dead Pre l dent The terrible deed at Buffalo rudely breaking the ties of family and friendship and horrifying every patri otic citizen crowns a most extraordl nary life with a halo that cannot but exalt its victims place iu history His bravery during the trying ordeal his forgiving spirit and his fortitude the trying hours give glimpses of his inner life which nothing less tragic could have revealed But inexpressible sad as is the death of Maj McKin ley the illustrious citizen it is the damnable murder of McKinley the President that melts seventyfive million hearts into one and brings a hush to the farm the factory and the forum No one can estimate the farreach ing effect of such an act as that wbic now casts a gloom over our land It shames America in the eyes of the world It impairs her moral prestige and gives the enemies of free government a chance to mock at her and it excites indignation which while righteous in itself may lead to acts which will partake of the spirit of lawlessness As the Presidents death overwhelms all in a common sorrow so it imposes a common responsibility namely to so avenge the wrong don to the President his family and country as to make executive life without abridging freedom of speech or freedom of press Cuba And PalmasuIt has taken a long time for tbe bans to get together on a political proposition both their own southern natures and tbe great variety of ques tlonsthat have come before them since the SpanishAmerican War being ample excuses for the greatest divergence of opinions among selfish and partisan from Havana indicate that this formative period in politics has practically passed with the indorse of tbe platform prepared by Sen or Palma the head of the Cuban Junta which did so much for the islands cause in this country The platform was written in reply to a number of questions asked by the leaders in all parties now existing in Cuba Itis to Cubas credit that so muchI confidence is placed in Senor Palma He has not been aligned with any particular party throughout the period of services to his country All who know him respect him as a man withI high ideals much practical knowledge Intense devotion to Cuba He is patriotically unselfish neither asking nor expecting any reward for the good work accomplished under his direa ion Cuba can count itself fortunate in having such a thoroughly equipped man at command The platform which he formulated is reported to be harmony with the best thought in this country and Cuba on the many issues that will arise before the new Government Out of twentyfive par leaders gathered in Conference last all but two are reported to have phu pose as a date for the first President for the This action of the leaders said to assure his election by a near unanimousvote Palmas chobjection to the use of name as a candidate was that be would not have a majority In the law making division of the Government to support his politics The general ac ceptance of his views has cleared away is trouble Cuba can anticipate an able perhaps brilliant first admiral s tration St Louis Republic Opportunity In one of the old Greek cities stood a unique statue It bore an epigram which explained and enforced the les- SOn the scoulptor intended to Ileac b The still preserved is a Iconversation between a traveler and tbe statue and runs thus What is thy name O statue I am called opportunity Who made thee LyslppustWbYart thou standing on thy toes To show that i stand but for a meI Why hast thou wings on thy feetETo show how quickly pass by But why is tby hair so long on t foreheadre men may seIze me when meet metWhy then is thy head so bald behind To show that when I have oace put can not be Caught LovingWifes Tribute A few months before his death Mrs McKinley in talking to a friend bore the following tribute to her husband To appreciate him one must know him as I do and I am not speaking now of Maj McKinley as the 1resl dent I am speaking ot him as my husband If anyone could know what it is to have a wife sick complaining g always an invalid for twentyfive coaa word of unkindness has ever passed his lips he is just the same tender thoughtful kind gentleman I knew when first he came and sought my hand I know him because I am his wife and It is my proudest pleasure to say this not because be is the President but because he is my husband I love to see him among the people whom he seeks to serve so faithfully I read all his speeches I only wish I hcould help him as I should But be is kind so good so patient He gives meall the time he can He never forgets me no matter how busy he is Bnt I will be glad when he is out of public life I did not want him to run a second time I thought he had done enough for the country and now iknow he has done enough and when his term expires he will come home and we will settle down quietly and he will belong to me eEnglands Crisis 8According to the statements con tained in a recent letter from Cape Town published in the London Dally Express conditions iu South Africa are fficiently to justify the gravest ap prehension on the part of the British Government and people This letter asserts that the Boers still in the field against the English forces have overrun the Cape Colony that they are on both railway Hues and within forty miles of Cape Town itself Practically the letter asserts the Dutch element in the Colony Is in re volt So menacing is the situationI that the town guard of Capetown have been required to band in their maga zinc rifles and ammunition Martini Henrys being served out instead Recent successes of the Boers In the field add to the gravity of the present situation in that they must of necessity encourage the Cape Colony Dutch toI take up arms against the British This means now that the South Afri can summer is just bejrinning that tne British again confront a most difficult proposition in their war for dominion in South Africa It is not by any means a remote probability that a gen eral Afrikander revolt may yet de mand the sending Out of large reen forccments of English troops it Eng land Is even to hold the Cape Colony as subject territory It is also certain that Russia with France as her ally Is now more than ever disposed to take advantage of Englands troubles in South Africa by forcing an issue with regard to Turk ey and possibly by pursuing an agres slve course on the frontiers of India It is Russias opportunity and France seems willing to play into the Muscovite hand The present outlook for momentous happenings in Europe is anything but satisfactory from th British viewpoints St Louis Eepub tic Notice of New TrialsCommonwealths Attorney Frank tin has served on Caleb Powers and his attorneys at Georgetown notice of the filing of the mandate of the Court of Appeals reversing the judgment of Ute imprisonment in his case and tbe ordering of a new trial The case will be called in the Scott Circuit Court the October term and Mr Franklin does not intend that Powers shall es cape trial on at technicality as wstock std did in the Franklin Circuit Court ofcashmerealbSeparate a Cross vlvella and Scotch and flannel will be worn this autumn Th colors most used will be bright an dark red tan the light dark andtFrench blues gray pink and dark and reseda green Buttons of steel gi and white and smoked pearl will on the new waists which a made with plain backs long should ertheand stitched or tucked fronts with longwateted and slightly al The latest sleeve is a bishop b aftbbethat IIbandsfJ1ehandstosllp through The neckg a aleflDlshle now seen on almost all waists particularly the more dressy seas A The First Citizen The determination of Roosevelt to maintain the traditions of first citizen rather than the panoply of constitutional ruler will be approved by all men who navt lost their heads Before the death of the late presl dent a secret service man who had taken up tbe vice presidents step was ordered off The first act of the new president upon finding himself vered was to ask the privilege of an independent walk free from espionage These two incidents go to show that President Roosevelt will not be driven into doubtful expedients and that he is not prepared to say that an American president cannot mo v e about amoral his own people without the guards tendered necessary in royalty The facts of the case fully justify the decision of the president The sassIn is not a condition it is an oxTception Wherever he appears er generals nor troops can anticipate him President Carnot ba1 at hi back 20000 men when the assassin climbed into his carriage Czar Alexander of Russia was surrounded by 50 000 men when be lost his life to violence Neither walls nor generals nor troops can anticipate tbe evils In every case in which assasination has entered the white house it has been by men who had thrown off all religious restraints and were governed only by their own sweet will Booth was a dissipated freeliver Gulteau was really an anarchist though he not use the name and Czolgosz b openly declared himself an adherent of this atrocious cult The anarchist is the man who has first thrown off all legiance to God from which it is but an easy step to throw off allegiance to government In fact government owes its strength in civilized countries to the belief that it is the earthy symbol of that authority which is flnall vested in God All Christians that coincident with their belief in godheads goes fidelity tothe head of state There is between the two such an union as can only be discovered by most grave cause nothingshort of ant abandonment of its duty to the gov stamen itself The free thinker in religion is also a free thinker in his notions of government allegiance The man that antagonizes government an tagonizes society and finally the fami ly unit which renders the state possible Sometimes there maybe found a free thinker who has not been quite able to throw off the envi rionment Christianity has wrapped rouud about him andwho claims cred it for tits principles for a condition he has not been able to escape Bu the final end of the tree thinker who throws off all divine restraint is that anarchism which applies tbe same re rebellion to worldly government What is wanted above laws and courts and sheriffs is that strong rellg loos integrity by which tbe pioneers were marked who did right from tives of religion and were very glad afterwards to find that this action was also in harmony with law The earnestness of a Jesse Mercer who spoke boldly with the Bible as his textbook the ardent appeals of a Lovick Pierce a1euivocationthis is tbe sort of relig jous fewer that will stamp out an arcbyand anarchists Give us a sea- n of revival in tbe earnestness of tbe fathers make these strong principles dominate personal conduct and thus maintain that American manhood which courts the lights of open day Atlanta Constitution It Happened in a Drug Storor atOne day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in says Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist of Ontario U Y She was disappointed and wanted to couldhthateChamberlainsdough Remedy and that she could a bottle of the remedy and after findItthbee pricerelady came back in company with a anddto buy a bottle of CnamI Cough Remedy I considerI a very good remedy Tire remedy owes its popularity and extensive sale in large measure to the personal recom pendatlons people who have been by ts use It is for sale by M Cravens r Kentucky Saw Works Je B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Shaftsing 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 GO TO LXLHLLFOR in Roofing Guttering Repairing ANDsSAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY FUfnituf61 Fllfnituf61 It t We keep in stock Bedsteads from 250 Cabas fliers and some Elegant Suits of Furniture Dressed Lumber and Moulding All ornamental wood work used in building Our prices are at the bottom Come goodseColumbia Furniture Pianino Mill Go IIs f IiNf4 ifCMICIf NCpf Fi 1t1t r Cents a Year Ias Than a Penny a Number IHE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY j t Published at Aflanta 6aJAfter a rarest of more or less activity in the Southern field for over a quarter of a century The Sunny South has again become Iu weekly better and more readable than at time in its Ill worldtandlyt lashjailsIf intallmulsJupThe ANTHONY j interestthroughout 1 f only 50 cents for a full yearotft Tkmk of itl 50 cents Noagentscommission sixI0 the sender free a new form al todayIone The South a I the greatest of all Southern Weekly NEWSPAPERS The Atlanta Weekly Constitution both for only 125 a year Remit that amount papersOneUteraryAddress all letters and remittance THE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA 1J Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of good stockof 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 baggyTJ W JTSCKTVmNColumbia Kentucky ir ifS THEiAMERICAN COMPANYJtIncorporated 7I OCRESERVE OC 00 f MOUNT 00AilfatcHOME OFFICE UUtEKOTON KY GiY TO JPIDT CUll MI t r r 5V e r THB AllIRGOUNTY lffiWS Published Every Wednesday BY TUEj i1ear ounty News o INCORPORATED CRAB B HARRIS Editor Din rtlc newspaper devoted to the interests of the city of Columbia andthe people Adair and adjacent counties =jnlerc i at the Columbia PostotBceassecou- lassmatl d ro natter i f SVBSCRlPTN RtTlsS- OvE YEAR SLYMONTtS BTRtCTLYIN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCTOBER Democratic Ticket i y For County Judge C J PDOHONEY SB t County Attorney JAS GARNETT JR Sheriff C S P MILLER I County Court Clerk v COOLEYItrailer V S HMITCHELL IrllAssessor V rCGJEFFRIESi i Surveyor r rrc RTMcCAFFREE Coroner LEONARD FLETCHER Superintendent JOHN W FLOWERS The Ohio Democratic campaign will open October 23 Eight of the jurors who convicted Guiteau for urderingPreslf dent Garfield are yet living Six ministers of Ohio have been warned by anarchists to not again speak words of eulogy of the deadc President Safe robbers are getting in their work At Adairville Logan coun ty last week they blew open a safe getting 500 in cash and n lot of postage stamps Eugene Montgomery a colored man of Danville who murdered his child in order to receive a fewg dollars of insurance will serve aI life time in the penitentinrI Czolgosz the assassin will be electrocuted the last week in this month After sentence had been pronounced and in answer to interrogatories he stated that he alone planned and carried out his purpose to murder the President W J Bryan says that the bullet of an anarchist can not overthrow our government noither can it set tIe public questions Our govern ments rests securely upon the good will of the people and public questions will be settled by the ind telligence and patriotism of the people The case against Caleb Powers n will again be tried in the Scott it firstPal testmonYtbut the time in try inwill bo considerably shorter t than the first trial ExGov iff Brown and Honr V C Owons are attorneysLThe Masonic Fraternity An d the w Odd Fellows throughout the couu t tryare coming down on whisky drinkers Tho Grand Lodge of Q4d Fellows was tin session at In ISBfnjipblis a few days ago and de tided that a hotelkeeper with a bar attached wu not eligible for mem ershiphe Masons of Ken tacky we knocking whisky drink ir J era al ut as they reach them Tf ijr o I Ii Rev W K Pinpr has been transferred from th Louisville Confernoeto the Tennessee Con Cpr nco He willpreach for a large church in Memphis i The Democratic candidates for United States Senator have declar ed off their appointments for joint discussion A wise conclusion Chief of Police Williams of Frankfort Arthur Goebel and oth ers arrived in Indianapolis last Friday with requisition papers fo Taylor and Finley The G iveroor of Indiana held a conferencewit- the h Kcntuckiaus and fixed an hour for another meeting His decision eowill probably be given in a day or two It is generally believed here that he will protect the fugitives JTho regiment that was commanded by the late Col E H Hobson hold a reunion at Bluff Boom Green county last week It was an interesting meeting many old soldiers being present Gen Hobson was loved by all his men and the eulogies passed up on his memory were many and very pathetic During the session Mr John IIobson son of the late General was made an honorary member of tho association The Schley court of inquiry re fuseda request of Rear Admiral Sampson to ho allowed to be rep resented at the court by counsel Tho court held that the Rear Ad miral was not at this time regard ed as a party in the case Lieut John Wood and Capt Bowman H McCalla were the principal witnesses Friday In the main their testimony was unfavorable to Schley Abraham Lincolns casket was chisled open at Springfield Ill last Thursday and eighteen persons gazed upon tho features of the first martyred President It is stated that the body was in a flue state of presevation The remains were taken up for removal- to the final spot selected by Col Hob Lincoln and this removal makes the thirteenth time since the body was first consigned to the tomb The will of President McKinley was offered for probate at Canton last Friday Mrs McKinley de clined the administration of the estate and recommended the ap pointment of Secretary Cortelyou Judge Day The will is dated October 22 1897 It bequeaths- all his estate to his wife save that- a provision is mado for an annuity- of 1000 to his mother since de- eased Upon the death of Mrs McKinley the estate is go to his brother and sister share and share alike The estate is worth from 225000 to 250000 including 67000 insurance The Court of Appeals will give- a decision in a few days in the PrattBreckenridge case a r before that snarl last week will be remembered that Mr is the only one of the Repub who refused to join the proceedings by which they all lost and he alone appealed to the highest court of our State We suit not foreshadow the opinion but standing out of the ring of conspirators willing to abide legal decisions and to take legal procedure for a redress of his grievances Pratt is entitled to the respect of all good people whether he loses or wins The great Interstate Fair at Louisville opened last Monday uu er most auspicious circumstances wrath nearly 30000 people in at tendanceand it has steadily in creased since then with every pros peot of thousands being added to daily during the two weeks The program for this week is one of exceptional merit and has already at tracted a great many people from Kentucky Tennessee Virginia West Virginia Southern Indiana and Ohio The cattle exhibit is admitted byall breeders to be the most complete ever seen in the South The Hereford and Short horn classes have filled remarkably ell andsome of the best breed cattle in the United fSftatea are hero The Hereford sale began yesterday morning and the first solo made was a bullcalf for 1250 It belonged to Giltner Bros of Eminence and was par chased by F W Simpson of Nu gent Ky Fancy Places ruled dur g the saleilanda number of highly bred cattle changed hands The Danville Advocate has done the correct thingr You eau not make a Republican out of a Dem ocrat Theare nut built that way Oatoccountfbf certain issues the Advocate flew thecoop to speak but last week in a column and a quarter editorial double leaded the paper again enters the gate and will advocate Democrat ic principles and the election o Democratic candidates as in days of yore The Advocate is an influ ential paper and we are glad that hirway and has returned to his fire love Politics in Lincoln county are getting most too warm to be heal ty Last week the Interior Jour nal drew the Republican candidate for Sheriff across the coals for hi utterance against Goebel immedi ately after the gentleman was shot by an assassin Soon after the pa per was out the Democratic candi date for sheriff was met by the Re publican candidate and asked if he did not furnish the editor with the information The reply was I did or words to that effect and the dd- he followed Immediately the Repuplican candidate was spread upon the ground and further trouble was averted by the inter ference of friends There has been some speculatIon- as to what will become of Commis sioner Yerkes under the presen administration A Washingto- dispatch throws this light upon the subject Every indication points to the fact that Commis sioner of Internal Revenue Joh W Yerkes will remain in his resent position and will also be the Washington representative of Ken tucky Republican politics When President McKinley died there were intimations that Mr Yerkes would hand in his resignation a commissioner and also be displaced as the dictator of Republican politics in Kentucky Those who were making these predictions hinted that Leslie M Combs would be the boss in Kentucky They had an idea Combs would have all to say ab out the Collector of Inter nal Revenue at Louisville and that he would also be consulted upon expected changes in the Federal offices in Kentucky Appar ently this will not happen The political situation in Louisville indisates good for that city and good for the State The die tatorialmethods of Boss Sapp hos knocked out every vestige of hope for the Republicans and it is con ceded that the Democratic nomi nees will win beyond a doubt The Democrats who refused to follow the lead of Mr Goebel on the grounds that he did not get his nomination in a quiet way that he usurped power and took the lead without their consent are now forced by Sapps mefchodsto come back to their own party and sup port its nominees The best ele ment of the Republicans who can not endorse Bossism and wholesale corruption are in line with the Democrats and the result is nbt uncertain It will beoa victory a vindication to correct political methods Such is the situation in Louisville and throughout the Democrats are uniting Let the past go In 1806 thousands of Democrats could not accept the Chicago Democratic platform in 1898 thousands could not endorse and support our nominees for State offices and their demand for a reorganization ofour party forJ a free and fair showing of all candidates have resulted in jnuoh good to the party in this State There are no signs of bossism no charges of frauds to obtain prestige in party affairs by any of our prominent politicians in this State The tickets in the cities have been se sated by the fairest methods that man could devise and in the coup try the old fashion of letting the voters select their candidates have brought union of sentiment and union of actionThere is no earthly reason why any true Democrat that is a man who believes in the great principles of Democracy should longer stay out of the fold With the issues of the past out of tho way with the methods of par ty candidates buried and with the history ofour opponents staring us in the face we can hot see whyI Democratic principles though they have bwii blighted and dwarf ell iytheriphpltvatlIf the past should not awtklu to the trim Ait nation thai confronta thufijirtv and the State v f i A guard at the vault of the late President MoKinlpy fired upon a man Sunday night who was prowl ing around where the body is re ing Another man who was masked attacked the guard and cut him slightly It is believed that an attempt was made to blow up the vault with dynamites Election Officers The following are the election offi cers for the November election by precincts MontgomerytSheriff E G Atkins Clerk East ColumbiaW H Hudson A D Pattesou judges J H Judd clerk C H Murrell sh rll Milltown Geo Coeatham A O Moss judges J II Slinker clerk V Leftwicb sheriffs Keltner Thos Dowell CLPick ett judges G T Kemp ccrk EY Thompson sherif- fGtadpvtuJoseph Smith G T Flowers Judges W M Wllinore clerk C O Moss sheriff ElroyJin Simpson G C Coomer judge Aiiiur Froedge clerk Robt L Campbell Sheriff Harmony J N Petty J A Dar nell judges Noah Loy clerk Piuer Harvey Sherif- fG1envllleJ A Willis Howard Webb Judges Jas Marshall clerk C E Willis sheriff White Oak Theadore Powell W A Wilson judges Walker Bryant clerk E B White sheriff Little Cake T W Montgomery W F Grant judges Geo W Rubarts sherifftCoffeynCoffy sheriff RoleyC V McWhorter J C Goss judges J A Stayton clerk Richard sherllfnCane ValleyBraxton Massie W H Russell judges A H Judd clerk D H Beard Sheriff FELIX Mr and Mrs Cortees Richards gave Saturdaysall report a good time On last Sunday Mr W S Coffey and Miss Lula McKinley were marred Eld AD Baugh of Jamestownoulciating We wish them much succes- F Eastham of this place went to town last Saturday on business Rev John G Stauton preached an interesting sermon at Concord Sunday Subject Keep yourselves unspjtteil Joel H Bolin will return from Som erset this week Several of the young people attended the Association at Cave Spring John W Bryant of Adair county visited Rev E M Bryant last week Miss P J Bernard visited Miss Er mine Stanton Sunday MrJohn Wilson was at the Springs one day last week on business Rev Thomas Winfrey of Denmark was here one last week Mr R E Wilson visited friends at the Russell Springs last Sunday Miss May Foley has gone to Somerset to live F B Simmons is very sick Miss Rachel Bernardhas tho typhoid fever EDITH Fine weather for saving fodder and the farmers are takingadvantage of it B Neat of Neatsburg was here a few days ago R B Jones of Pellyton who has been down with typhoid fever is about well The spelling match atEuniceThurs day night was largely attended Miss Edith Pelley is visiting her grandparents J C Pelley and wife W P Dunbar this place sold to Wade Jones Taylor county a nice bunch of stock hogs atfive cents Mr J M Campbell and wife and Master Robert Campbell and Miss Su ale Sanders are visiting relatives at Elkhorn Mc 0 Goode was here the fisrt of the week Irvin Abrell Casey Creek is clerk- Ing for W O Pelly JOE A Sorghum making and fodder pulling are in full blast The corn crop is not as good as it was thought to be Mrs Eliza Powell who was sick is improving Miss Vina Royse who is teaching near Elroy visited home folks Saturday and Sunday 2r Wm Hudson passed throughI this place a few days ago a bnqch of cattle Mr Melvin bqughtlast week all the hogs he could get at fair prices f Epperson Willis are receiving line of Fallaad Winter goodsI RuxU Mr A O Young who has been in county selling churns is titI howl Uk g care of his corn crop Several from ihs place attended the P ae mrs AociathHi cad ball game at oc Grove 18 Saturday t g 1 t r t FONTHTLL The health of this community is very good 1oJder saving is nearly over J H Smith sold 21 head of cattle to Jeffries Sharp at four cents J D Lowe salesman for Murray Dibrelf Co passed through here the 26th inst A H Holt and Lilburn Phelps oj Jamestown passed through a few days ago looking after votes For sprains swellings and lamenecs there is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm Try it For sale by M Cravens Toacliers Association Program for Teachers Associa tion for Districts 4 and 5 to be held at Gradyvillo Oct 19 1901 DevotionalExeroisesMusio Welcome Address Wm Vil more Response G P Dillon control primary pupils Mary Todd W T Salmon Relative value of Arithmetic and Grammar Mrs Shirley Holland Methods in teaching Reading Millard 11 eloh Bessie Walker How to get pupils interested i 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 StultSj 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 Franknm Nannie Rowe Literature Prof Granger and Gov Hiudmau The association will bo called to order at 10 a maudclose with an entertain met at night A night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Machias Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia be fore morning writes Mrs S H Lin coIn 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 f Consumption After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her This marvelous medicine Is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50cand 100 Trial bottles freea T E Paulls drug store LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 755 00 Light shipping 4 254 Best butchers 4 004 40 Fair to good butchers 3 253 50 Common to medium btchr 2 503 00 JIOQS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 tbs 1 00 Fair to good packingl60Jr to 2001bs TOO Good to extra light 120 topled lbs 6GO SHEEP AND LXTJS Good to extra shipping Sheep u 3 503 75 Fair to good 2 503 75 Common to medium 2 00250- Stood Death Off EB Munday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once tooled a nravedieger Jle sags My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was soon much better but con tinued their use unti he was wholly cured lam sure Electric ltterSsav- ed h js life This remedy expels mal aria kills disease germs and purities shod aidss digestion regulates the liver kitlncysxnd bowels cures cou fitlatioariyspppsla nerveous rtiscas s kidney trawWfc remale complaints irivvs j rfBew8ffltlis Oflly at T kPaulta d rugs ore 4tF i t I HAVE COMPLETE LINE OF Coffins and Caskets FROM 250 UP I am prepared to meet the needs in this line on short notice My stock is new anduptodate H 0 FEES Columbia Ky South East Corner of Public SquareiHARRY B PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Secon dorian d and New A nachineryOS ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Kentucky Columbia I R High School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 0n1856 0SESSION OF 1901 1902 IGtk YEAR OPENS SEP 231901 o New Faculty New Equipment New and complete course of study preparing for teaching or college Normal methods of InstructionImproved building PIUNCIPAIS CIIAIII ENDOWED For catalogue terms or other information address PROF M BW GRANGER Columbia Ky 1Established 1827 x N- FOR + SiLerXWATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN TRADE Watches and Jewelry repaired also for the trade We send our illus trated catalosgue free to anyone sending us their address Reference tbs IapcrII Vi ENTERPRISE HOTEL IILOUISVILLE KY MARBLE GRANITE Best 8100 per day Hotel in the city Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed The tmtronogo of Merchants Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited Chas F Gans Bro Proprietors A 1f RJ CORCO g DIY t PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon MarBle Works LEBANON ICY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of f D IlVlllQtl q PRICE LOW WORK GUARANTE ED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever red before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundation fronts etc WBI F JEFFIUES Local Agent Columbia Ky PATTERSON HOTEL r7vvesTOwNKYNo etter place can be found than at the above named hotel Its new elegantly furnished and theta ble at all times sup plied with the heir y 1t j 1r t iFeed Stable inc ri A fiauction J B PATTERSOP iSii Lii PERSONAL WENT ON Mr JF Nc Lon viiK Mr Curt BelJ it last Sunday at Red Lick Dr T J Jonas Montpelier was In town MondayJ Mr W S Knight Jamestown tv here last week Misses Same and Mamie Baker are visiting in Louisville Mr W L Walker returned from tl market last Saturday night Mr A G Norris Louisville was In Columbia a few days ago Mr Jake Bally came in from Horse Cave one day last week Mr Ed Miller Crocus was here taking orders last Thursday Mrs Marvin Vaughan Eunice was shopping in Columbia last week Mrs Tinle Wells Russell Springs Is visiting Mrs J F Montgomery Mr Matthew Armstrong Creelsboro was in Columbia last Monday Mr Henry Hurt carried Dick Lee Hardin to the penitentiary Monday Mr Ben J Franklin of Washington DC is visiting his sister Mrs T F Walton Mr J B Beauchamp an attorne from Edmonton was In Columbia la Saturday isWhitethis week Mr Abner Jones Jamestown here Monday with several head ofthe horses for saletMessrs T R Morrison and H Dunbar Jamestown attended the old fiddlers contest Messrs W R Lyon and Mc C Goode Campbellsville called on our mer chants a few days ago Mr Basil Chapman a prominent young farmer and trader of Glenville spent last Sunday in Columbia Mr F P Bryant and Lettie hisb Bryangave t of day Messrs John D Lowe and Mitchell Barlow returned last Saturday from a of two weeks trip through Pulaski cou tyMr W G Cundifl and wife are ma tIandcoldays hitIrshome in Vahdaiia Missouri last Friday morning Mrs Sallie McLean and Mr Fred Lean who have been visiting the forfil mers daughter in Arkansas returned home last week theMr Geo Lee who has been a citizeniof Taylor county for a of a century will remove with his family InBoyleMisses Starlight and Phoeba Smith typholfever d on ter is also down with the disease da Jtrippoints in Virginia yesterday mornin ter He will be absent several weeks nrbeen Sble Mr W W Anderson visited his nieces an nephiew Mrs EG Atkins and Miss Mont Walford and Mr Geo the d not habeend the been in ColumbV and he was perfect ly delighttd with Is visit Mrs Anna St re lCft Monday the morning for lllllsbo Texas where her sonth ShedMr audlso vii ither stepson Mr Porter StranReuo is in business at Frost Texas any will return home about Christmas Miss Mattie Walker of Jacksonville Ill who has been visiting in thlscoun ty for the last four months lettColum bla last for her home M Walker was delighted with this coun try and especially with the peo whosehospitality is unbounded Wh here she visited the Mammoth Ca taking 1n both routes of that Creme ous cavern She visited forty fami tand lies of her relatives In this county and in so doing met 180 of her cousins Her stay in Adair county was in every way pleasant and on her departure express ed regrets that she could not stay long erThe many friends of Mr D H But ler will regret that he has decided to remove from Columbia and locate Sacramento Ky This step is to 1Mo on account of Mrs Butters pare wboare anxious for thick daughter to come andllve with them during malnder of their lives While we re Bret to give up Mr Butler and his Imable family Mublenberg county laHis the gainer Mr Butler is a fine busl nessman perfectly reliable and whatever be undertakes to do he does well He has been in the mercantile busi ness in Columbia for many years and is a merchant of excellent taste and a splendid buyerZJr Butler has not determluedthebusinesshewillento LOCAL JOTTINGS Court of claims is 1u session It is just one month until the elecr tlon A listbr tiie otlcerso cleotil- publI is hed is Wdygl sc r Columbia Chapter No 7 will moot next Monday night Saturday week will be pay day for tile teachers of tho count The Democrats and Republicans are active and a full vote will be brought Out ilSMrs Tim Bradshaw and Miss Elite Bradshaw have an ad in todays piper Read what they have to say A telephone exchange would be a Iegreat convenience to the citizen of Columbia and we hope one will be put In School trustees for the common school districts will be elected through out the county next Saturday after noon During the present session of the Adair Fiscal Court the building of a bridge across Green river at Neats vllle will be discussed The Columbia Furniture Company is doing a good bnslness They have aplendidstockon hand and invite thc friends to call and see them During the Russell Springs Fair Mr JV White of this place lost his watch Last week it was delivered t him by a young man of the county ofSta spr R Long from Edinburgh Scotland It a rare plant that grows in Scotland ducing a small berry asRev M B W Granger pricipal M F High School Interesting sermons at the Presby forenooIIn JamfsSheltoncountry have sold their possessions and removed to Oklahoma Mr AI ytThe storehouse of Jo Sthroll Greens was entered by thieves last Sat urday night and several dollars worth goods stolen Two negroes who passed through Columbia Sunday morning are suspected and an officer Green county is on their trail nThere was some misunderstanding tkn place last Sunday night and the ored gentleman declined to speak audience had assembled to hear A large barn the property of nobI Williams near Dunn vllle was destroyed by fire last Sunday night It was with provender and the loss is considerable This makes the third a barn Mr Williams has lost by fire in last three years In all the burn al iogsincindiaryism is charged Mr Will isms telephoned here for bloodhounds Monday morning but there were none town The people of the Glenville country were grieved last Friday afternoon up learning of the death of Mrs Con Blair ayoung woman twentythree of age She was a daughter of Robt Burbridpe who died a poet of d estigmable lady a favorite of the neighbor and will be greatly missed in the munity where she was born and reared She was a victim of pulmonary trouble The prospects for a large school at MF High School building has bteu better for many years True Q opeujug was light but pupils are ty regularly coming in and when the common schools close every room in building will be occupied Thos- who are now in attendance speak in highest terms of Profs Granger a Erskine are in love with their methods of teaching and feel sure that the scbool will be a success from Mart to finish IJerecttln1U tlersare be ing there best Itlteell kwith the pro goldIleg Mvcandother enterprises will be pushe the front St eat our streets have becnrccntly Imp led and new avenue will evidently have to be opened The town pas a steady and substantial growth and all classes of business Is the increase Rev W B Cave of this city assist Ciaty closed a very successful meeting antsgo Rev Rife is wellknown in this come munity having held previously two meetings at this church and large congregations were out to hear him sermons were strong forcible and convincing During the progress withthe meetingsix persons united the Church by experience and baptism Rev Rife is especially liked by the Baptists and the public generally in Adair county and be will be give hearty welcome upon any future visit gageFollowing the Zion meeting Rev Cave one at Gradyviile assisted by Rev J 0 Cook of Hart county The Immediate result of this meeting were niaeteej ioaversluastwglve qt whom have connected themselves with the church of tbelr choice and the remain derwUl Identify with relUIqus bpdlw at the earUest convergence The church at Grady Ilk yeas greatly re dyed and maljyukl satesin the iwlgk tifchood healed t t A large stock of readymade skirts land skirt patterns at Russell M rClln Corn cutting audborghum milking is occupying the time of some of farmers y Call andsee the new furniture just finished by the Columbia Furniture and Planing Mill Co The first sermon for this conference year will be preached at the Dlethud church this city next Sunday It is said that a great deal of bran is being made in Russell county B little will be made In AdaIr county Our stock of Ladies Misses aud chil drens Cloaks embrace all latest styles EuSSELTi S fiJumiELL The Bear Head Brand Fertilizers from 90c to 20 per hundred at R W Hurts Gadburry Ky or Columbia Ky Murrell McLean will put up a res paitdays Dr Barg will beat the HancockHo tel uptil Wddnesday evening Ai lone desiring to see the Dr should he sure and call before the 4th of Oct All who are indebted to Jones Grissom for blacksmithing will pleasehas come and settle jCBull Duck and Ed Miller colored whlppfd ogbut m fifty days on the rock pile and fined them thirtyfive dollars each Dick Lee Hardin of color who was given one year in the penitentiary for striking Mont Montgomery with a rock was brought from the jail Friday and sentenced by Judge Jones Our Fall Stock is here ready for your inspection It is our aim to fur nish the best goods for the least mon ey We have bargains Come and see us RUSSELL MUinnELLi Kemp S Young sell the best FertilI- zerS on the market Come and et what you need They will make ynuof close prices on all grades They guar antee the Horse Shoe Brand to be the best Tazewell Tenn Progress a copy of which we received last week states no that Misses Carr Hauls have re turned from market and open an egant stock of Millinery with pros of doing a fine business old Dont send away from home for a sewing machine but let us furnish you of better machine for less money We have them from 912 50 to 2750 sever standard makes RUSSELL HUBBELL The fertilizers that have stood the test for years that are wheat and ly grass growers and the best for the building up of land arc the Homestead in Globe and National brands Theres none better Get our prices W F JEFFUIES SON Columbia Ky or I have just returned from the whol sale market where I have purchased UlMillineryMy goods are now on display All are invited to clResptMiss EIIMA T STBANQE Eld Z T Williams assisted Ed J Montgomery in a meeting at Liber woo last week Much interest was manl jjtoeLionspr a upon square gave show afternoon and evening and We learn from the Glasgow Times that Dr G A Thomas R Son Horse city Cave have been sued for 85000 damage lars for malpractice A lawyer named arvey who resides at Brownsville Edmonsoncouaty is the plaintiff in the case The Times statement as found on our fourth page The A report reaches here that Henry trJtynlBalingcouLof value Henry left Adair ry nastily as we are inform a sevcreulttng a man striking him headonMessrs Wlsr vens members cSjIes and MCra In Company returned c Columbia OH take ty last Thursday nlgvWayne coo Powersburg they contest Vhle boring of two we115aad the the begin inside of ten days The w III hereof the company feel confident you striking oil in paying quantitiei Wayne county is alive with oil men h and the interest grows stronger The casts of Josephine Browning against J C Brownlng was heard determined in the Adair circuit court on last Friday by Judge W W Jones fnsuit brought by Mrs Browning against herhusband for a divorce and for 81600 alleged tohave been furnlbfd to him during the Jluie of tetf mar triage We know opthlBg ofthemerr its ot the cue but it resulted in Mrs Browning recovering a judgmcat granting her a divorce teem tJ1e bqndt of matrimony the custody pf he and a jadgiaept a aU Bt JUr irowalBK fortbefiumwf 1000 aod the costs ol the suit dr8llterlng her 0 her mai- dM MM JbM blM ROwe r 1 Columbia Wins llrThe next Louisville Conference of Kentucky Methodist will be h durtowns made a fight for the next an nual gathering but this oily car ried off the plum The following dispatch conveyed the first ne to the citizens of Colombia stBowling Green Ky Sept M H Marcum KyatNext CojiferencB goes to Co lumbia Hiudmaus speech did it JOHN W PAULETT Osteopathy Dr A C Foster a graduate of the Southern School of Osteopathy is now located in Columbia for the practice of his profession Osteopathy is comparatively new in this part of the Sts but having been practiced in nth rts of the United States for more twenty years I judge most everyone has heard of its wonderful success with cases that heretofore have bean bealtopchronic cases known to be curable and some that were thought to be incurable J before the days of Osteopathy It attained a most enviable reputafJ Won in the treatment of fevers most especially tvphold Osteopathy bears no relation whatever to Christian Science Magnetic healing or faith cure 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 relief by the use of drugs would do well to 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 Kentucky Hughes CoffeysPossesudm t is not the mission of this paper to tlIsthis country take up their abode i the West but In view of the fact that thousands of Kentuckians are leaving the oldhomesteads for enchanting re gions beyond the Mississippi and inas much as this condition exists we see impropriety in unraveling the sire prevalent through this COUl try On to the shoTheStates the high price of lands and the unproductiveness of a large po tion of the country induce thousands the best citizens of the South and East to better their condition by locating in the Western country The inducements of that section are taking from the old communities a fat portion of the most progressive map andhood and centralizing in a wonderful Drproductive region of our common country a class of citizens that wit a few years make it blossom as th rose In all that Western county that holding out inducements for imr migration probably none of the States territories equals Oklahoma in ento progrtiepihawtlble chtriousneheartare irresis table to manufact and its resonfces agricultural mineral and manufacturing give it a future popromotersare checking that whole country Jinprestige over many adjacent byupbusiness in all lines active and in viting Messrs Hughes Coffey of this who planted a few thousand du in Oklahoma realestate last yea struck it at a good time and at right place for they now have a far beeawhen completed in all that name of their town is Blair and itne 1mtryveInterested jninm lUJdayproductive section ot the West the railroad has not yet been completedtUI a few months a great place for this is but the hlsto Ulwnsandt8kectallpwhetat townwl11Soondesire to share in the advance thenSC4 16nt allow lear to step in between youty property in Blair Oklahoma Its WI ut if you cant believe it just NJ see who isrl5fhtFrter anddgratitude to the my most sincere us or their gteaerofcde of Columbia loads money and hearty tions of in my visit to their city wHUy during The Keptucky Ghlldfeai eyer r and ifi wllj the needychildrewllpsltare f ly Mr fit May Gods bletelinf be uppv move and allot thakBd people of Colsiaw J W Gexnu ia Alt Silpf The grad jtiry was distaMd Ttwrrity aftr r araihg forty aight ladiettialfrte N Last Monday night an assembl of about four hundred people Fiddlersld tdw that reminded many of the days of Auld Lang Sine There were nine entries ranging in age from yearsranwi3d the program carried out w BiggsORowe Jamestown J G Catt W W Bradshaw Dr 0 Dunbar surf Sam Royce as judges Only note player was before the audience at a time and the judges marked the points he made They played four tunes each and at the conclusion John W footed up the following results John T Pedigo Horse Cave first prize Jasper Harrison Bruce Ky Spenceerr county prize e following persons entered the con test D Payne Rocky Hill Ky J H Darnell Gadberry Ky A KyofT Pedigo Horse Cave Ky V White Columbia Ky There was evidently a mistake in awardibg the prizes Just how it was made we do not know but there was kicking the per formers being greatly dissatisfied with the decision The President who took the tally sheets aud virtually made the decision admit ted to the News that there was mistake but there was no way t remedy it Be that as it may it was a good entertainment and theI audience was satisfied as to music At the close of the contest Prof Harry Kelly and wife of Louis ville who are traveling with The Old Timers rendered several selections of high class music They are artists of reputation and ir renditions could not fail to loahere to Burksville Moral To give perfect satisfaction to a Co lumbia audience it is best to announce decisions as judges vote Dr Barg of Cincinnati is with us this week and those needing glasses uld make ita point to see him as this will be his last visit before next referrence the physicians as well as the vicinityIfness and your eyes pain you after reading a few minutes no matter how casesgcause you should consult an optician Barg will be at the Hancock Hotel givingerecompMr Wn Irvine Camp Knox cillcd see us last Monday He staled that farmln and other businist about his wore moving along nicely To cutting about over aud corn In full blast No serious ill s In the neighborhood and prepara sowingWoodvicinity killed a very large rattlesnake a few days ago It weighed ten and bad ten rattles and a but It was cut open and in the stom 7JMrGGby1HancockThursdayra copy thisgen changed from The Wayne Coun Monticelloyprinted and full of interesting spicy news items In polities It is There are many new ertlsements and judging from the edition the young men are meet with encouragement necessary tj a county paper go Here is at you boys have a nice line of Parlor Furnl Gnicbes Leather Chairs Rock BedsrpMUtnBELLho wanted a good combined mare Champ Butler next Monday Coun court day IBornSeptember 27 l001a laugh Weight 8t pounds Persons whp have promised to haul wood Will please bring Ina few We wantit cut eighteen inches length Mr Lum FJowers has purchased beG raeldenpe cm Water street back of John Bubanks shop and will reo T tq U In a few days I firtkiwJDK named pttfKHK were injltp 8 at the Louisville Con tortlest gh ed atIbowNeg Green rladfalrr tlBB fag trier R Die ti itr exambuY M fcuiti specialties In this line 2t RUSSELL S MUIIPELL There will be preaching at tin lowing places next Sunday Z T Williams Cane Valley W II C San didge Union J F Roach Society Hl1IA H Baugh Beech Grove W S Dudgeon Plum Point T F Wale astoo Ebineezer LastSkAll who have cantor Goitre wanes blindnScine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork KyI No cure no pay SawMill for Sale seesn a new millwill sell cheap For particu lars address the Greensburg Lumber Co Greensburg KpcThe grand jury tried for ten days to indict a number of darkles about tOwn who are believed to be trafficking in liquor but the witnesses were knownothings In our judgment if Government detective would drop i here and remain eight or ten days he S would do a good business There is no doubt but this liquor isbeing sold it willi take asly fox to catch fenders butI GradYVilJecorrespondjent number of friends Mr Yates is one of Adairs best young men but at GreensburgoCaldwell and is a popular and hand some young woman Last Sunday afternoon in with Mr Jas Garnett Jr and Mr J O Russell we visited the M R F High School building and was gratified to note the improvements recently made The portico has been made al most new and new shutters to the doors and windows have been placed and the fresh painting gi tes the build I g a very inviting appearance The growth of the trees in the campus are now furnishing delightful shade and to upon the high location a pleasant breeze continuously blows T COUNTY A great many Columbians remember Collegebereresides at L1wr nC burg and for the r manuhardbydweHIng FclandcoUeftehere It will sometimelives in the who wasrobbedmon wholivesuspect chargedwIthon MarkWUson thecrIme thecassfavor of the defendant apdI1 Millinery i Opening i 0 otter spending three Louisville and markets wee ICIncinnati j ever complete brought and invite to call and see Ieourgoods before ResptYMrs Tim Bradshaw Miss EttlG Bradshaw C When you cannot sleep for coughing- It is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doses of Cough Remedy allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible It is good Mry it For sale by M Woodson Lewis Bro IGreensburg Kentucky Have just received three car loads of BIHT gies Carriages and Farm Wagons 100 J Barrels Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer ClothingandGenerallow any compeditor THE FARHING ELEMENT Cane Mill Cider Mills Empire Wheat f Wagons Harness Saddles Bridles Meld Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F FRIES SON Columbia Kentucky BLACKLEY FBAHKLIK buying Chamberlains Cravens bushel JEF S D HURST WOODFORD cduNTV Independent Tobacco Warehouse t i BLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietor Auction and Private Sales IDsiilvRETURN5 PROMPTLY lADE lli9 to U25 Wept Jlstreet touiaTit mat a Pi= k yrr tgwa t lilrrdrt N The Negro Question A negro advise his people In Georgia to arm themselves with Winchesters The Southern Industry comments up on this wise advice Many of them do this after committing a felony but it does not seem to do them mucb good White criminals also arm themselves but it never avails Does the adviser intend to have the negro criminal arm himself His advice is useless for this is done wherever possible Does he intend to tell the respectable negro arm them selves It is necunessary The negro with a good character Soutb is as safe as the white with a good character Neither a white or black criminal Is safe anywhere Does be intend by his advice to have the blacks arm them selves as a race Then ho is a fool For the blacks toarm and defy the An glo Saxon of the Southter of the Northwould simply mean the utter and complete annihilation of the ne gro race of America Nol Let the black maD alone be is understood and respected by the white man of the South when he is worthy of rc pect Tbere have been cases where Innocent blacks have suffered at the bands of a mob There have also been cases where innocent whites have suffered in the same way Booker T Washington of Tuskcegee Ala W H Council of Ilutitsviile AH and others of their class are settling the question along the lines of industrial education aud character buliding for their race and we need not fear the future Plot Made a Year Ago Cleveland Ohio Sept 22 Investigations made today by Police Detective Sohmunk reveal the startling poi sibility that a plot to assaslnatc President McKinley was laid a year or more ago before be was elected for his sec ond term and that it may have been laid in the peaceful precincts of Orang- township where the Czolgosz family his search for bis clews today Dc tective Scbmunk learned from the neighboring farmers that tbCzolgosz boys Leon and Waldeck have been readers of socialist papers for several years John D Knox an aged farmer who lives in the vicinity of the Czolgosz farm said today The two boys the one that shut th president and Waldeck used to conic to my house and talk to me abaut their socialist papers They brought their papers to me and tried to get me to read them Once whek they were during the last presidential campaig- they got to talking about President McKinley and one of them said If he Is elected he will be shot fore he serves out his term and then went on I would serve John Rocke feller the same way if I got a chance They talked violence all the time and I was glad when they left the neigh borhood Almost every night they was a crowd of people from tne city at their house It is said that Leons father sister and brothers are going to Buffalo shortly From the first Buffalo police and se cret service agents of the federal gov ernment have been strong in their be lief there was a plot although the Cleveland police have been inclined to doubt the theory One of the strong elements in the belief of the Buffalo and secret service detectives has been the fact that the handkerchief with which the assassin concealed the hand in which he held his weapon was a wo mans handkerchief What is more important is that the handkerchief was tied about the hand in a way it is claimed he would not bave been able to tie it himself no matter how skilled he might have been with the plber band or bow much time he might have taken That Czolgosz had money pelledshe detectives to try to learn whence he got it Today his brother Waldeck Czolgosz confessed Navin sent it to Leon under the name of Fre Snyder at West Seneca N Y It is said that Leons father and brother arc going to Buffala shor ly and the police believe when they confront Leon thatbe will break down and reveal all that is now a mystery in regard to the shooting of the president Public sentiment has caused the Republicans to make tome sort of de claration against trusts and they do tin a very gingerly and equivocal way At their State Conventions they clare that while legitimate combina tions of capital should be encouraged all illegitimate combinations should be condemned The trouble with them is that they never see any ille 11gltimacy In any of the combinations doing so much to oppress the people They would place them selves on la better footing with the masses II they would define the limits of legitimate combinations From Hie Republican standpoint all trusts lsgitlaaatet i fJ r Came Near flying Fortbrco days and nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Ccnterville Iowa I thought I would surely die and tried a dtaen dlffercnl medicines but all to nopurpose I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three docs relieved me entirely I went to bleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I do gOing to the office Js to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine pun make This remedy is for sale bM CravenshPete McAllister was killed by a train in Warren county while stealing a Tide Cures Eczma Itching Humors Thronyh the blood by taking Botan ic Balm Blam B B B which m ekes the blood pure aud rich heals every sore scab scale boil or eruption and stops the itching of eczema B B B cures especially the worst and most deepseated cases B B llo kills tic humors In the blood Druggists Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing Blood B ilm Co AClan tsi J A Ireland one of the oldest physicians of Louisville died last week Get Your Moneys Worth It Is hard to appreciate the full val ue of Morleys Wonderfnl Eight until you have used it in a score of the emergencies that come in every bousehold Dr T E Barnhart of Claiborne Par ish La says Permit me to say I Eighteand found ltd good medicine In Pleu risy and Pneumonln Nooning equals it In relieving pain Price 25 cents Ask your druggist Mrs John Richards of Hardin coun ty was found dead in her yard Eat What You Like rWhen you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia breathedizziness and the lonsr train of similar troubles will disappear and your cleans d aud awakened system will demand food Sound digestion and sound ap theAsnk your druggist Although the war against the Boers according to Brithlsb authority was virtually over months ago the Boers continue to capture men and guns from the enemy Stung By a Centipede Mrs Thos Saunders Bluflton Tex was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent for but before he arrived some sensible friend wet a piece of brown paper with Morleys Wonderful Eight and apdlied it to the wound The doctor said his services were not need for the poison was neutralized or killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs S did not suffer from the wound Sold by agent in every town Few animals are being made ready for the beef market throughout the greatwrudistrictsandthereisbounW d e from January to July 1902 It is rea sonable to predict that this shortage will advance prices Stood Death Off E B Munday a lawyer of Henrietta Tex once fooled a nravedipger He saSs My brother was very low with permtry and he was soon much better but con tlnued their use anti he was wholly sureElectricBitterSsad v ma aria kills disease germs and purifies thte cures constipation dyspepsia nerveous diseases kidney troubles female complaints Rives perfect healths Only50c at- E T Paulls drugstore Some of the Republican wool grower ere puzzled They Cant under stated why it Is that in 1895 under the Cleveland administration me din grade wool was quoted in the Boston market at 16 to 24 cents per pound while at thin present time thin same grades are quoted at 11 to 17 cents Working Night and 1 y The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness n to strength listlessness In to energy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold byTEPanll k Gems of Thought Take my word for it the sad dest thing under the sky is a soul incapable of sadness Young ladles if you have a sweet face or a winning smile it is Gods gift and He means that you shall use it for good The best thing to take people out of their own worries is to get to work and find how other folks worries are getting in Tho faithfulness of two each to the other alone makes possible the true home the righteous nation the great kind brotherhood of man Judge no one by his relations tever criticism you pose UI IUI is companions Relations features are thrust upon U8j com panions like clothes are more or less our own selection A night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnbam of Machias Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia be fore morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful nlKht 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 and Lung Diseases Only 50oand ljOO Trial bottles free a T E Paulls drug store J Badger of Newport was Instantly killed and his wife seriously wound ed by a negro burglar who escaped A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellet of Williford Ark His foot was badly crushed but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simply wonderful for Burns Bolls Piles and all skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer Cure guaranteed 25c Sold by T E Paull The stockholders of the Buffalo Exposition have sustained a loss of shoat a million dollars on ac count of the blow given to the en terprise by the murder of President McKinley When you cannot sleep for coughing oneshould tell you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible It is good Mrs it For sale by M Cravens Hemmed in a cellar filled with flames and every avenue of escape out off Amos Morris a night watchman employed at a chemi cal works in Indianapolis was burned to death in the presence of a number of people who were pow erless to help him It is supposed the lantern carried by Morris exploded while making his rounds and set fire to the excels or with which the cellar was stored For sprains swellings and lamenees there is nothing so good as Chamber lains Pain Balm Try it For sale by M Cravens Shakers Passing Away The Shakers the oldest most unique and most successful coop erative communities in this coun try are going the way of all simi Jar organizations says a Georgia paper At New Lebanon Hancock and West Pittsfield there ha been suoha loss of membership that it has been necessary to hire help to carry on the business o the communities and this not be lug profitable it is proposed to sell lands and withdraw fro many of the industries that in for mer years yielded large profits Jere Wilson one of the foremost attorneys of Washington and principalcounsel for Rear Admir al Sohley died suddenly in apartments last Tuesday Dent Was due to acute indigestion H was in consultation with his associate in the Schley case an hour before his death His early life was spent in the courts and on the bench in Indiana He served two terms in Congress and then re mained Washington to practice law Its Gods way His wiil b done These were among the last words of President McKiuley on his death bed What a sublime faith What a tourching sermon inSa few words No fear no pining j no words of repntac against the inisernble assassin who took lira life Only a man whir life has been correct canedeath in this unflinching w TENNESSEE RIDGE Some one may be interested In this part of the worldsome of its people or its locality Tennessee Ridge is so called from the foot that most of its people or sojourners are originally from Tennessee and you bet they are a good ways from there now Part of the ride is in the coun ty of Casey and the other part in Adair the Adair part inhabited by Republican mostly but that dint mean the Ridgewill always be Republican Crops on the ridge are about an average excepting Irish potatoes They are no good The people are all industrious Itv abiding citi zees and principally good farmers among whom I mention Thomas Sanders Walker Absher Thomas Mulls Wm Odelburry Cooper and there Tim peach Pea sun is about ove politics q nat Wm 11ods infant boy who has been buffering for some time with a bruised aud stiff knee is Woods who has been under the weather for some time with nervous trouble is improv ing Tom Sanders has presented his daughter with a new organ Ed MItchem one of our esteem ed citizens contemplates remov ing to Illinois in the near future Mr Montgomery our teacher who is a resident from near Co lumbiaisgiving great satisfaction Mr Editor if you are fond good nice yellow sweet totes- come and stay over night with us when up this way and we will fill you up What is a home Certainly not a place in whioh one simply eats and sleeps one could do the alone in an empty barn To sank a home is to establish a place in which two people who love sac other mean to bring their bes Gold and silver can buy and fu nish a house but no money can buy a home The poorest rue m may become to the occupants home rich in treasures of selfde nial considerateness and iieportals EM Harvey a wellknown attorney of Brownsville Edmoneon county has filed suit against G A Thomas Son dentists Horse Cave for 5000 damages alleged to have been unstained by reason of the unskillful manner in which defendant dentists did some bridge and cap work on h teeth He alleges that Thomas Son are not registered dentists and that through their uuskillful ness he was made to suffer great physics and mental pain to the extent of 5 000 Glasgow Times The Democratic nominees for county school superintendent in Boone and Boyd counties and the republican nominees for the same office in Grant and Marion have been selected too late to be exam feed under the regular rules for a certificate of qualification and un less they are willing to take a much more difficult examination they will be disqualified At the eighteenth annual reun hePd Jo permanefOsborne permanent nomt An attachment is provided secrecythe apparatus whioh is rented at a moderate rate indicates whether listenihn g noteIt isnt a question of advanta to Schley or Sampson in this m ter of the Naval Court ofluquirys investigation The main issue h Ito get at the facts for the sak F accurate historyI fowillr eMrs McKinleyreceive e t symgreapathizin as sBroustop of Lext frohm ing to his wife in theBeau Ihonb oil fields for 589000 to astern n syndicate Tdachets Association Program for Teachers Associa tion for Districts 4 and 5 to be held at Gradyville Oct 19 1901 Devotional Exercises Music Welcome Address Wm Wil moreResponse G P Dillon control primary pupils Mary Todd W T Salmon Relative value of Arithmetic and Grammar Mrs Shirley Holland Methods in teaching Reading Millard li elch Bessie Walker How to get pupils interested in History Hallie Nell Nora Sau didge Music What is successful teaching Li da Simpson Garfield Flowers Psychology in education Supt Janesr What is good discipline Pearl Hindmau Burton Yates Music Does teaching pay Fannie Stults Edith Curry Methods in spelling Nannie Bradshaw Sallie Yarberry Mrs Annie Yarberry books should teachers read Vina Royse Clauie Walker R L Campbell Language lessons Gus Hundley Lou Frauknm Nannie Rowe Literature Prof Granger Gov Hiudman The Association will be called to order at 10 oclock and close with night entertainment ofAll teachers of Adair county are partsChoosing between Lieutenant General Miles and Adjutant Gen eral Corbin President Roosevelt is said to favor the former eightysixI carnehmore companiesrCommissioners from Cuba say Statesaconcessions the finan inevitaibees FQR SALE One cow and calf and a fat heifer that will weigh about 800 pounds W W BROCK3IAN Joppa Ky ofFor sale two good steer calves Call at once It you wish to buy JAS CAJLLISON Cane Valley Ky If you want to invest some money in fiethe Columbia Oil Co call on or write F Jeffries or any member of tne company in this town 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 I 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 100 to 125 Art Hurt Columbia and Cray Craft Oct 14 TO3W RKTESTO NEW YORK And Return July 1st to Oct 20th 1001 VIA ntu o Four Tickets will be good for return trip ten days from date of sale 4 Passengers via one routrBU jrLfR M SyiPRoute Cleveland and inRyeither direction acreP ind and Buffalo Transitbetweeno Cleveland aill he allowed at Buffalo tickgeatval and payment of 100 at o of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton ChautauquaLake TicketsAuthorized stopovers will be allowed at Niagara Fells Washington Bal timbre and Philadelphia oh tickets pointsm particulars to schedules rates tickets call on Big Four Route cr address undersigned WJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agtr Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt LoHivii7 Ky r i i of Amer IRiOTHERH is to have Tile female dis aye constantly menaced with j becoming childless wife No orfproIiiiicirrii e4docs restore weak functions and shattered nerves and docs bring babies to homes j yearsYinef health and strength to bear heal thy children You cut get a dollar bottle of Wins of Cardui from your dealer Wft jfC4RDUI UrtetMenphi0Tcnc April U giThmarried fifteen had never given birth to a cl7il3nilll I took Wine finebalThe n igha fourteen pounds and I feelNohenceagninadrla ire Mdrw UcnawearCWttaaoop lenD BRUNERCOWlfOLESA- LEPRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic 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 for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Hotel Yours truly N WOOD Iilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky fiHERE is to stop than at the abovcd named hotel Good sample rooms and a first cl table Bates very reasonable Fee stable attached KY 01ft better LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by cxper fenced 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 6 Mlle Agents Columbia Kentucky CITIES THE THREES I DEALERS m Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes New Designs Perfect Citting Indn Shoes 316 r urth venue LOUISJiLE lur 1891 was 1893 1895 Guess it be in 1901 GCJONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section s Coffeytandthem a call when in need of work in their lines lyr O11llRIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors oplnedandSoil looks after the culinary and seer that the table is at all times with the best the market affords proprietors are attentive and Tcry polite to guests Good rooms and the building convenient to the busineii houses First class livery attached to the hotel Terms very teaeonable Nwly Furnished American PI nt0oPer Day y Uc Jdosicr s 3votel 25ct 523W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER YETIHERY SURGEON fistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur class work done atfair prices I SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of S D CBENSHAW mlle from Columbia on Disappointment GORDON MONTGOMERY it ytl 1J t l1lW COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adairand adjoining counties Collections a specialty tt Office up stairs over Paulls drugstore 1MJLDfi SlIIIBIL 1E 0To have your watch any better or hind a more complete stock of Watches Silverware Gold Pens Etc than at HUBERSd712 W Market St Louisville Kentucky ClTWe prepay postage on orders one way LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock IYards CATTLE 84 755 0- 0Llghtshipping4 254 65 Best 4 004 40 Fair to good 3 253 50 Common to medium bach r 2 503 00 HCdS Choice aad butch ers 200 tojjwibs 7 00 Fair to gXd P01bs 7OC Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 6 60 SHEEP AND LAKES Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 503 75 Fair to good 2 503 75 Common to mediumo 2 00 z2 50 17y 9 nooFor Nearest Correct Guesses on tae Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to pat on of the Weekly Enquirer as follows 6000FRr1600Fourthu 500Sixth300Next5000II5000U1SJ30OAIn case of tie guesses prize equally divided Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 795031 1892 881625 835CO4 1894u 776819 846996 what will styled department sample MEALS rhr GUARANTEE repaired Jewelry btttchers butchers packing packing 1896 was 10201071897 864022 1898II 7931691899 920873 1900u 1048121 S6OOO 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