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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fl THE ADAIIt COUNTY NEVS0bl VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 91901 NUMBER48 POSTOJFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Office hotiMweek days 700 a m to 980 pm COUJRT DIRECTORY OiBCCiTCociTThree sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth Attorney N IL W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Olerk Jno Coffey =First Monday In each month JudgoJ W Butler County Attorney Jas tnett Jr ClerkT B Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor A Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Pletcher CooarRegularcoaltaecbnd Monday In ach month ldgeJ W Atkins orney Gordon Montgomery i CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STMT Rer T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool ftt9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Rer W P Gordon pastor Services Arst Sunday In each montbl Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Bov vistor Services third Sunday In each month uadayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer oeetlng Tuesday night OHRISTIAN Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am r Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu ar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month WM T B Secy R A No7 meets drat Monday night In each month JR B P W W Secrfttary New Carriage and Wagon Shop 0I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give Catfidacje Wagon Wofk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken In return for work SF EUBANK t Hancock Hotel STREETaColumbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0SSTThe above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Bates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at attached Pumps Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factor Supplies THE AHRENS OTT MFG CON 325329 Main Si Louisvillet Kentucky PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in ourline 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 take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co ladies Favorite MorleysLUtito liver Bilious People aro the favorite because they are small easily kln and do their work qnietly Slit effectaally One ado Said by tI s i t T GRADYVILLE We bad a good rain a few days ago J W Walker df Grecnsburg spent Sunday in our town A B and Miss Clara Wilmore were at Greensburg a few days ago John Cook and Will Hill represent- Ing hardware houses of Louisville were on our streets last week Miss Mary Holladay and Mr Tom Waggoner were guests of Miss Sallie Diddle one night last week Miss Mary Todd spent Sunday with her parents at Columbia J A Diddle accompanied by Miss Kate Walker attended the Horse Cave Fair Mr John Murrell of Columbia was here a few days ago en route to the Horse Cave Fair James G Sexton and Dr L C Nell have been ou the sick list Mrs Laura Grady has been confined to her room with throat trouble W C Yates and wife have returned to Greensburg H A Walker bought of W M Wil more five head of cattle for 812250 J D Walker was in Greensburg shipping tobacco a few days ago W M Wilmore sold Tom Dohoney a mule colt for 950 We arm glad to note that Mrs Lewis Moore who has been confined to her room for several weeks is about well She Is visiting her children in pur place Mr Al Wilcox and family of Gres ham visited relatives here one day last week Mrs H C Walker and daughter vis ited relatives a few days ago Mr L Beauchamp and wife left last week for Falls Rough Ky Rev W B Cave r ministed bap tism to four candidates by immersion near this place last Saturday Mr John Holladay and family of Cray Craft passed through our place a few days ago en route to Nell to visit relativesMr Butler of Milltown while returning from church at this place had a severe attack of heart trouble rendering him unconscious for a short Creel Yates one of our oldest and best citizens has been confined to his room with a complication of disea ses Mr L S Smith has returned from Louisville where he sold two car load of cattle Mrs Harriet Browning and daugh ter of Milltown Mrs Helen Wilmore and Miss Susan Grissom spent several days in our town last week with rela tives Smith Nell sold to Bridgewater Hardesty of Lebanon 35 cattle at 335 per hundred 10 mnles at 10000 per head they bonght several fat hogs at this place of different parties at 51 Died on the 29th a little child of Mr and Mrs Geo Vance Rev J C Cook a very able divine of the Baptist faith and order of Monroe Ky assisted by Rev WB Cave the pastor closed a two weeks series of meeting at this place result- Ing in sixteen professions and four ad ditions to the church The church and community have been greatly blessed 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 compar atively new in this part of the State but having been practiced In other parts of the United States for more than twenty years I judge most every one has heard of its wonderful success with cases that heretofore have bean incurable by other systems of healing Osteopathy treats most all forms of chronic cases known to be curable and some that were thought to be incura ble before the days of Osteopathy It has attained a most enviable reputa tion In the treatment of fevers most especially tvpbold Osteopathy bears no relation whatever to Christian Sci ence Magnetic healing or faith cure but is scientific being based upon thorough knowledge of the principles of anatomy and physiology Those who are suffering with dis eases 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 DIt A C FUSTKH- Ofllce Jn Marcum Hotel Columbia Kentucky If you want to invest some money In the Columbia Oil Co call on or write War F Jeffries or any member of the company this town Teachers Association Program of Teachers Association to beheld in Magisterial district No1 at Kolfley October 26 Devotional exercises Music by Knifley class Welcome address R A Hoylous Response R E Montgomery Object of teachers association and the benefit derived tbercfiom W D value of education C E Willis Define the study of civil govern meat methods of teaching which should be taught first national or state constitution E G Hardwick Miss Lucy Coffey Effects of alcohol tobacco and other narcotic on the blood and nervous system C M Murrell Desired end In teaching J W Flow ersSelect reading Miss Mary Holladay How estteach Interest and percentage Plato Wade How teach reading to beginners Mrs S L Williams Should music be taught In the public schools Miss Sue Baker Recitation Miss Docla Wade How ventilate a school room and the importance of teaching physical cul turn in the common schools Dr J C teachers spirit Jas Judd Recitation Miss Birdie Farris Is the knowledge of grammar neces sary to the correct useof language V Miss Estelle Willis Education of the common schoolteacher C A Coffey The correct trainingof the child the problem of the present S L Coffey Recitation Miss Carrie Harmon What is successful teaching Forest Debate Resolved that there should be an an educational qualification for suffrage Affirmative C E Willis Plato Wade John Flowers Negative W D Jones EG Hardwick S L Cof feyMusic ESTELLE WILLIS Sec Election Officers The following are the election om cers for the November election by J F Montgomery U L Taylor Judges J L McLean Sheriff E G Atkins Clerk East ColumblaW H Hudson A D Pattesou judges J H Judd clerk C H Murrell sheriff MilltownGeo Cheatham A O Moss judges J H Slinker clerk V Let twicb sheriff KeltnerThos Dowell 0 L Pick ett judges G T Kemp clerk E V Thompson sberitI- GradyvJlleJoseph Smith G T Flowers Judges W M Wilmore clerk C O Moss sheriff ElroyJobn Simpson G C Coomer judges Arthur Froedge clerk Robt L Campbell Sheriff Harmony J N Petty J A Dar nell judges Noah Loy clerk Piner Harvey Shertf- lGlenvJlleJ AI Willis Howard Webb Judges Jas Marshall clerk C E Willis sheriff White OakTbeadore Powell W A Wilson judges Walker Bryant clerk E B White sheriff Little CakeT W Montgomery WF Grant judges Geo W Rubarts clerk W H Williams sheriff Pellyton Zach Pelley H F Coffey judges John M Campbell clerk J J Coffy sheriff Roley C V McWhorter J C Goss judges J A Stayton clerk Richard Clemens sheriff Cane ValleyBraxton Massie W H Russell judges A H Judd clerk D H Beard Sheriff Secretary f State Hill and Attorney General Breckinridge construe the elec tlon statutes to require thabmunicipal and county elections must be held sep arately by the same elections officers b6th as to ballots and ballot boxes The County Clerks in some counties where city and county elections are to beheld In November were of the opin ion that but one ballot would be for the two tickets They also though- It was the duty of the Secretary of State to supply the ballot paper t bothjtickets Secretary Hill says th law as to furnishing the paper for county ballots by the Secretary pf State prohibits him from furnishing it for municipal elections At Little York 0 Mrs Carrie Curtis drowned her two children and herself iu a well GretDemand for Horses The current issue of the Breeders Gazette editorially contains the appended article In considering the probable trend of values of horses InI the United States it is in view of the large exports trade proper b tike into account conditions existing in other countries A scarcity similar to or greater than that prevailing at pres ent in the United States seems to be met with in Australia and Germany France Austria and Russia seem to have horses enough the two last probably some to spare though none very good Austria and Russia are not however purchasers of horses in the worlds markets and France though she once was a good customer shutoff the trade by the Imposition of a tariff of 840 per head on matured animals The Argentine is alleged to have plen ty of horses but we have heard com paratively little of her supply sinceshe and Great Britain closed their ports one against the other doming down to bed rock then It would appear that the United Kingdom Germany Aus tralia and South Africa are the only countries that materially affect the United States export trade In horses The Boer Britlsh war has consumed an enormous number of army horses Some of them at first were brought in the Argentine and some in Hungary a few even In Russia but by far the greater number of remounts bought by the British War Offlceof late have come from the United States and from Australia A late cablegram from Melburne states that the Australian Federal Parliament is to be petitioned to plaee an export duty on both mares and geldings to prevent the turtherde pletlon of Australian horse stocks Al ready top many of the animals it is said have been taken out of that country Australia may for this rea son be considered no longer much of a competitor even in the markets In the far Southern seas Granting now that friendly relations in the live stock should be immediately restored be tween the Argentine and Britain a very small stumbling block would be placed in our way for tne horses of that republic while well enough graded up differ from those of America in the fact that most of them go to market entirely unbroken save to the halter Germany and Britain are the great horsebuying nations They are both very short in their supplies Both need enormous numbers for army and other uses America alone has a suitable stock to offer For these reasons It would appear that even if In a few years our horse supply is enormously increased the foreign demand ought to be able to absorb any reasonable sur plus we may have to offer She Doesnt Care Sixteen letters sent out from the Northwestern University requests six teen students not to come back to school The number includes both sexes and the charge is that the young people have been too much given to tender sentiments During the lecture hours they wont to steal forth and listen murmur of the lake As a consequence they were short on examina tion and long on the starry night and the faraway blue hanging over the young woman is quoted as send ing back this reply- GENTLEMAN You must think you are very smart telling me that I shant come back to your institution You say that I neglected my studies but In the language of our Greek letter society let me remark that you are off I learned more than either of you gentleman will ever know I learned what love Is I learned what true poetry is and that is far more than you will ever comprehend What is the use of studying botany if I am not permitted to gather now ers Why should I devote myself to astronomy if lam no allowed to look at the stars What is the use or giv ing ail my time to figures and neglect leg my own figure The idea of not being permitted to andtou mupt think that 9 girl is still living Iq ageethat my fiance also expelled Well be doesnt care We are to be married soonChicago Cor New York World For sprains swellings and lamenees there is nothing sogood as Chamber isles Pain Balm Try 1t Eoj sale r1 Prlfgt The Potato Prospect While the United States have never been like Ireland entirely dependent upon a fair potato yield we are heavy potato consumers The potato has al ways becu with us a favorite in the vegetable world partly because of its cheapness but largely on account 9f its nutrition Previously when short upon our crops the laboring popula tion especially has had the ever wel come potato to fall back upon This year the potato crop has been a com plete failureworse than at any other time In our history The present prospects are that we will have at least a million bushels less than under normal conditions There is not a state in the union with the possible exception of Maryland where a re spectable crop can be so much as hoped for In all the localities which have previously exported heavily the potato crop has been ruined by the drouth The present prospects are that during the coming winter the much abused potato will become a luxury Instead of circulating In its characteristically democratic manner it seems destined to a more or less aristocratic career In New England potatoes are sell- Ing at 8450 per barrel Out in the West the price is much lower but still surprisingly high in comparison with that of former seasons In former years when unfortunate in our potato crop we have been able to make up a large portion of the de ficit from the province of Canada In 18934 when we found it necessary to import thousands of bushels from Canada we were able to buy the tubers at 30 cents per bushel even after the paymentof the tariff duty Under ordinary circumstances potatoes sell in Canada for less than a dollar per barrel Today they are selling at over three times that amount Hence we we will have to look elsewhere for our potatoes if we expect to consume many during the winter The prospects are that we will have to depend on Europe It is significant and pleasing that among the first countries to come to our aid was Ireland the land of the potato But we will probably as in the past import most heavily from ScotlandIf seems inevitable the price of potatoes continues so high as not to permit of extensive consumption there are fortunately other foods that may be substituted for one season Within the next three weeks it will be known more definitely what may be depended upon A Victim to Accidents Milton Jones a farmer living near Frankfort Ind accidentally shot him self Thursday through the left hand and left leg and again broke all records of accidents Four years ago a team of horses ran away and threw Jones in a creek knocking him senseless and he was taken out of the stream apparently dead He revived however and a few monts later was attacked by a mad bull and frightfully gored He recoveren and a little later while blow- Ing stumps with dynamite a prema tureexploslon blew him 30 feet He escaped with only a few bruises and lacerations Then a horse kicked him breaking five ribs and an arm but a few months put him in shape to climb a tree for wild bee honey He fell and lodged in the fork of a tree where he remained three days and nights until rescued He managed to escape further accidents until this harvest when while helping a neigh bor to thresh he was struck in the head by pitchfork the tines penetrate Ing the skull The surgeons said he1 would die but be recevered Thursday Jones took his revolver to do a little target shooting and it acci dentally discharged the ball plowing through his hand and Jeg Bets are offered that he will recover A night of Terror Awful apxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Macbjas Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia be fore morning writes Mrs S H Lie coIn who attended her that fearful night but shii begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved tier life and cured her of Consumption After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her This marvelous medicine ig guaranteed to cure all Tftroat Chest and Lung Is aa gnlySocand100 Tfl aUwttles freei T E Paulls drug Itore Kentucky Saw q Works Ja SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shaft a ing 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 and adjoining counties co ToLSLH7LL UFOR Tin Roofing Guttering Repairirf COOK STO V ES WELL CASINGS ANDrSAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY furnituF61 FurnituF61 4 t= =f We keep in stock Bedsteads from 250 H4 up WardrobesTables Safes Kitchen Cab inets and some Elegant Suits of Furniture Dressed Lumber and Moulding All ornamental wood work used in build ing Our prices are at the bottom Come andexamine our goods GoiiimDia Furniture Planing Mill Go Harness and Saddles J Remember that I keep a good stock of goodstocK af Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you carat be suited in my ready made line I am prepared to mnko exactly what you want Isell the FISHER BUGGYtwarranted for 12 mouths I have a nice line of bugs robes whips etc J W JKCKTVmNColumbia Kentucky tyDSSEDLi SPRINGS MOTELi KIMBLE KY oeo Is now open for the travelln public the year round It Is a large commodious hull- Ing as the picture dicates and is run firstclass In every particular 4GO 1 VAUGHAN GRAHAMProp ff LIBERTY COLLEGE GLASGOW KY r TwentySeventh Session Begins Sept 5 t 1901 MusicArtfromsaloonsreasonable For catalogues and particulars apply to PresidentGEO dent THEAMERICAN INVESTMMT COMPANY is1 v OOoSAMOUNTMeK ill cgcrMp iUaice tp ROME CFPf6tQaOMD TBSMS TO 1RST QCAJt MffNC ii F7TTill COUNTY NR1 Pubiished Every Wednesday 1 ll1 THE Msir ounty Newso rNcpupoR TEDr CtIias ti AALLRSN 7tllto nm ratio noesPaPor devoted to the tnt oUhe city orcolumbla and the peopi- eAdvirandadjaeeat o counties gut md at the Oolaatbia rostofIce osiers claesmail matte- rSIIRSCRiPTaY ntTEl ONE YEAR tUX MONTHS gTRICTLYIN ADVA- NCEWEDNESDAYt00TOBER w7 Democratic Ticket 1 ForCouuty Judge v JP DOHONEY SR f 4 xv County Attorney tj V JAS GARNETT JR Sheriff f DR S P MILLER I ClerkCounty Court PT COOLEY Jailer- S H MITCHELL Assessor C G JEFFRIES SurveyorR T McOAFFRKE C rouerIJEONAnDFLETCHFr Superintendent JOHN w FLOWERS Winter is almost here and the coal strikes are still on The most active candidates the J ones who get the persimmons election Remember this and sleep after the The Caleb Powers case will be called at Georgetown this week It is said both sides will ats ready It is but a few weeks until the election and from this time on ho who would be successful must move and move rapidly Death has created vacancies in four Judicial districts in Kentucky which will have to be filled at the coming election We arise to inquire what has become of the Farmers Club Taylor County Enquirer It has gone to meet The Grange A few cranky religionists are 7trying to have Czolgosz semen I commuted to life imprisonment It will not work in this montht The Democrats and Republicans P4ofLouisville will have the regiec tration books examined with a view to having them purged of ilsle al voters 1 Senator Deboe has been seein some more Thus time he calla inres ceived no encouragement The Cook County Democratic x Marching Club of Chicago is r t coming to Louisville and will span d f two days cheering for Granger r They are three hundred strong tt A wounded man believed to one e of the three who attacked McKinleys tomb has been aap t ured He was found in a cornfield near Canton He is thought to be an anarchist The outlook for Democratic sue lr c throughout the State is better a T than it has been for several years In cities and towns where registra to otion was necessary the Democrats have made great gains and at thisaJ time it looks like an old time naht joritywill be rolled up in Novem her The Eater State Fair at Louis villa closed Just Saturday It is said that thepromotera last mon ey Tin Horse Show is now on jiuil some of the freest stock in the country is on exhibition Thoadore Hallam who kept John Vhallen out of the pen tcn nary on tha t Harrel bribery charge has been waiting all this time for his fee The Bucking orham Boss refuses to pay and a suit has been filed by Hallam claiming that it was worth nine thnus and dollars to keep Jno from wea reding stripes The Democrats of this Legisla tive district comprising the con u ties of Adair and Cumberland have not nominated a candidate 9and it is not likely that any action will be taken The district is largely Republican and runnil for amusement is time lost al but little honor Some of the days Adair county will be out the wilderness The man who changes his poll tics on account ofprinciples enun ciated and shows by his every ac tion that he is honest in making the change loses none of tho rc epect his fellowmeu ententu ned for him He would not be an hon est man if he did not speak und vote his convictions It is the individual who sloshes about for office sake that is looked upon with a criticaleye The Frankfort dispatch says The Appellate court hoard at overruled motion of Attorney Vanwinklo of Danville of counsel for Reuben Quinn the condemned negro murderer o f Policeman Cram for another oral argument of his case before tho full court The coati is here now on petition for a rehearing the court havil affirmed the death sentence pulp ed by the court below This peti rise will be disposed of within the next few dayslAccording to the figures gather ed by the CourierJournal tho approximate number of votes registered in Louisville for the three days ended lust Thursday night is 42080 or 2149 less than last year The Democrats showed a decid e gain while the Republicans o sta2860 The Democrats have a plu rality over the Republicans and Thereue gross and oldline Republicans took little interest in the registra tion The British army makes headway in South Africa and t Englandercomes greater The recall of Lord Kitchener and the return of Lord Roberts is practically de manded and the war office cumeeL in formore censure by the appointment of Sir Redvera Buller to commandan army corps The cost of the war in men killed wounded or dead of disease but not including those invalided at home is 52212 The excheque shows a deficit for the year of 350000000 Effective group tion by the British in South Africa is about onethird what it was a your ago Columbias victory over Sham Cuptcontest of 1901 is gratifying to all Americans Sir Thomas Lipton the owner of the defeated challenger has covered the situation in these words If I ever challenge again I would come to America I thinkI become a citizen and let Herres bestdin was racerread tho best has been beaten Notwith standing he has failed for the Be ond time to lift the cup Lipton graceful acceptance strengthens Americas friendship for himf There is much being said just now concerning Roosevelt and his attitude toward the people of the South The CourierJournals Washington correspondent who has been making the National Cap ital his headquarters for years and who is well acquainted with Ted dy has this tj say The country will know a great deal more about the Presidents Southern in year than it does now Roosevelt is either going to adhere the Republican organization or else he is gohgto turn Democrat its dollars to doughnuts that doss not dothe latter Tbet talk that is now being sent from Washington to the effoott that the President is going to appoint goodfmenvjr office in the Sont lTrOBpect of their politics is I1IHommy l r Mr Roosevelt did not appoint any Democrats office while he was the Govaiorof New York but he didappoint a number of bad Republicans And he will do the same as President of tha United States POLITICS We ore indedted to the Harros burg Democrat for the items ap pearing below rThe Democrats of Richmond have 180 majority in tha registration Paris Democrats show a net gain of 237 over lost years registration The Democrats of Frankfort have a majority over all of 258 in the registration gThe Democrats gained about votes in the Danville registration 40ofJosiah Quincy was nominated for Governor of Massachusetts by the Democratic convention at Bos ton James W Seymour Mayor Newark was nominated for Gov senor by the New Jersey Demo critic convention President Roosevelt has appoint ed John S Dean District Attorney for Kansas Dean was opposed by SenatorBurton The Louisville Commercial ea s that Gen Basil Duke according consPitda lion of Gov Goebel On the recommendation of Representative Boreing Samuel Ben nett of Whitley county Ky ha been appointed Vice Consul of the United States at Satillo Mexico decidgee osthat one may be used in the election at Louisville this fall Separate ballots for oity and coun tickets will only be used in cit ee of the fourth fifth and sixth classes The Virginia convention has completed the work of redistrict ingthe State into 22 circuits The Circuit Courts are to succeed the present pystem of County Courts dand are to hold at least six terms year in eachcounty WATSON J H Young bought of Dick Burton five hogs at 5c per lb R L Tandy was here last buying hogs Rueshe area t Fairbeat Miss Carrie Harmon of Neats burg was the guest of Miss Mary Corbiu last Sunday We are sorry to state that Mr G R Feese has been quite sick The school at this place is pro gressing nicely under the management of Miss Bertie Farris 313 Young sold to R L Tat dy a lot of fat hogs at 5o Rev W P Gordon has been re turned to Columbia and will preach for us at New Church Superintendent W D Jones was here last week Eld Tobias Huffaker will Prear thinMaggie Russell visited Miss Emma Young last Sunday Rev Will Dud eons appointment at New Church has been changed from the 1st to 4th Sunday in each month Misses Mary L Cprbin and S rah L Stapleton attended the sing ing at Purdy aMr Steve Knifley of Knifiey was here the 4th instIThere was a Missionary meeting this place last Sunday conduct ed by Mrs Johoeton of Carmel Mr and Mrs W H Williams of Eunice were visiting at this place Saturday rind Sunday We are informed that Mr W E Frazer and family who have been in Missouri for several months will return to Kentucky in a fewj daystBorn to the wife of Johnson daughterDirThe Plum Point Sundayschool closed Sept 29ch with full attend ance It will be reorganized again P in the spring Wo have had quite ah interesting school under the management of ant worthy Super MW Q ft lw who is 5 tf r4 anearnest Christian worker eyer willingtoleuda helpinglliand in any department of work that will further the cerise ofChrisiianfty Doubtless through her iirnes tef forts seed have beiraown in the youthfulminds that will in the years to come blossom and bring forth fruit abundantly EUNICE The health of this vicinity is ve good Fodder pulling has about subsided Lumber hauling Is quite an attrac lion as usual Mr JM Vaughan recently sold his property containing his merchandise to Mr Dolage Rubarts of Casey county Neil ghan will locate Monticello H is an uptodate mer departurehtion and welcome him in the vlclnit Messrs W E Williams and Cal N 0have just complettd them a nice The KiianU Mill Company ha about finished their jub and will local near mpbe113v111e Mr V lIe Williams is reedIng a Dice bunch o jugs of fur the market Mr J S Btecding bought of Mr Joe Tucker a nice pair of mules fur 170of Mr S S Williams sold a nice pair of mules to Mr Rookes of Yosernite for 140 Mr F W MJller is very energetic in his canvassing at present Apple peelings are in full blast The young folks are continually on the go Misses Lula and Pearl Breeding vis SulPhtoMiss Ida Cundiff is visiting the fam ily of Mr I C Harmon Mrs Geo Rubarts who has been in bad health for several months is im proving- s Mr Jim Winfrey and family have removed to Linn Ie He has enter into themercantile business with Frank Belle Mr Winfrey is one of the finest mechanics in the county and we regret his leering MisSes Pearl and Lula Breeding Lena Williams Messrs Jo Campbell and Charlie Williams of this place attended a randybreaking atMrs Rubarts of Dunnvllle Monday night- The school at Tabernacle is very i terestlng this fall Miss Pearl Bree ing is teaching and she understan her avocation Mr Henry Squires is in Russell county looking otter teams Mr Dave Allen Lincoln comity here as last week with a nice bunch of cattle and sheep GRAD VILLEI Mr J D Walker attended Presbytery near Greensburg Saturday and Sunday kA B Wilmore spent Saturday nig and Sunday at Montpelier W M Smith and son have 60 bushel of Winter seed oats for sale Quite a number from Columbia tended services at Union last Sunda Miss Klnnaird of Red Llckacco panied by Luther Bell of Nell sPe last Sunday in our city Miss Clara Wilmore has been confi u ed to her room with chicken pox Uncle Bill and aunt Sallie Walker of Nell spent several days of last week in our midst L S Smith is in Louisvslle with a carload of stock Rev Eli Wesley and wife left th morning for his work in Eastern Ky Mrs C O Moss celebrated her bus bands thirtyfourth anniversary last of Caneyvllleiscon ductin a series of meetings at Union accomplishis ed ed last Sunday to Prof Jack Fletcher of that community Miss Julia Smith accompanied Robt Young of Columbia were calling in our town last Sunday Miss Fannie Garnett of Columbia was the guest of Miss Ella Robertson last week anad their families visited atMilltown lost Saturday night and Sunday Farmer are about through cutting corn and tobacco They report good cropsof each W M Smith and son bought of J L Walker two yearling mules 1 ortt125 Mr AG T ddof Columbia inforBs year was as good as usual Smith Nell shipped a carload of cattle to the Louisville marketSat dayMr A Pulliam a very successful farmer ofNell was here last week and reports his corn crop about onehalf ills season W L Grady while at the Horse Cave Fair sold the young horse known as the Smlth horse for1I5 J WKeltner hat Sold his farm to U Keltner of Metcalfo county Mr Reltcerlstbinktngoflocatfnginoutown r JsVlers a wellknown young man who left Mils community ten yea ago wrltjsftbJs father that bf jrflocated at Granite Okla and thathe Is en gaged in farming He wants Mr E rlsiiTm Mr Sam Myers who left herewith his fatherinlaw Mr J A Wheeler for the Lone Star State stopped in Hart county where Mr Myers pur chased a farm near Three Springs for 2000 Mr Wheeler is thinking o f returning to Adair and looking after a a farm ryMiss Mattie Smith an accomplished young lady of this community who has almost been an invalid for six months is now under the treatment of Dr A C Foster Osteopathic physician of Co lumbia We are informed by the fath er of the young lady that she is rapid ly improving We trust in the near acinIt Happened in a Drug Store cavep olt not have in stock says Mr C R trending the YoShe was disappointed and wanted t know what congh preparation I cool reccommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and oftc giving it a fair trial if she did opt tin It worth the money to bring back th bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or tw the lady came back in company with friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Cham- berlaIns Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recommendation ur r the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recom mendations of people who have been cured by its use It is for sale by M Cravens Teachers Association edProgram of Teachers Association be held in Magisterial district No at Koitley October 26 Devotional exercises Music by Knifiey class Welcome address R A Hoylous Response R E Montgomery atObject of teachers association and the benefit derived therefrom W D Jonesd dsTbc value of education C E Willis Define the study of civil govern ment methods of teaching which should be taught first national or state constitution E G Hardwick Miss Lucy Coffey Effects of alcohol tobacco and other narcotis on the blood and nervous system C M Murrell Desired end in teaching J W Flow ers btSelect reading Miss Mary Holladay How best teach Interest and percent age Plato Wade now teach reading to beginners WilliamsY IDtMusic Should music be taught in the pub lie schools Miss Sue Baker Recitation Miss Docla Wade How ventilate a school room and the importance of teaching pbysical cul ture in the common schools Dr J C Gose True teachers spirit Jas Judd isRecitation Miss Birdie Farris Is the knowledge of grammar neces sary to the correct useof language V Miss Estelle Willis Education of the common school teacher cf A Coffey The correct tralningof the child the problem of the present S L Coffey Recitation Miss Carrie Harmon ForestbBradshaw Music Debate Resolved that there should be an an educational qualification for suffrage Affirmative CE Willis Plato Wade John Flowers Negative W D Jones EG Hardwick S L Coffey Music EsT LLE WILLIS Secj When you cannot sleep for coughing is hardly necessary that soy one should tell you that you need a few Remedymand make sleep possible It is good Mry it For sale by M Cravens fPersons who have promised to haul us wood will please bring in a few loads We want itcut eighteen inches in length A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellet of Williford Ark II is foot was badly crushed but Bucklcns Arnica Salve quickly cured him Its simplyvfonderfulforBoras- BoIlsrPlles and all skin eruptions Its the worlds champion healer EmPaul fir 4 I HAVE COMPLETE LIVE OF and Caskets PROM 250 UP I am prepared to meet the needs in this line on short notice My stock is new and uptodate HG FEESE Columbia Ky South Bust Corner or Public Square v HARRY E PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B P Eh- 1ANUFACTURERSAND CO DEALERS IN toachineryOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main CataloguedLouisville = = Kentucky Columbia M F High gENTUCgYaa 1856 SESSION OF 1901 1903 40th YEAR OPENS SEP 231901 0New Faculty New Equipment New and complete course of study preparing for teaching or college Normal methods of Instructionimproved building PRINCIPALS CIIAIII ENDOWED For catalogue terms or other information address KyIIEstablished 1827 Coffins School FOR i SHL6 I o WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY ETC 0 LD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT AND TAKEN IN TRADE Watches and Jewelry repaired also for the trade We send our illus trated catalogue free to anyone sending us their address Reference this paper IRION GIRARDET CO 404 W Marlrot J cuu ville B tnlncby ENTERPRISE HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY Best 100 per day Hotel in the city Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed The natronoge of Merchants Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited F Bro r Ay y f UJJJ JJ I JJ JPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon f- Sr Marble Works LEBANON Y Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of JN MARBLE GRANITE A Chas Gans Proprietors f g rQU PRICE 3 LOW WOkK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundation fronts etc WMF JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky PATTERSON HOTEL r J7 T iiAZN KV i No otter place can be found than rat tho above named hotely Its new elegantly furnished andttie ta ble at all times ip plied with thelpest the market affords Feed Stalilein con aectibn I J B PATT1XSON it0 PERSONAL MENTION t Mr F L 1 E f vfls iwn llucMr Abnelr Jones a uiestown as here Monday Mr Zach Samuels Pair Playwas in rtown Monday Miss Lida Simpson was shopping town last Saturday Mr Strong Hill CaiiipbellsvlHe was here a few days ago- c Judge J W Atkins who bas bee quite sick is improving Mr Geo Stevenson Montpelier was in town the first of the week Mr Columbus Christie Camp Knox was in Columbia last Saturday Mrs Rollln Hurt who was quite sick last week Is much improved Mr A R Feese and T I Smith Cane Valley were county court day Mr W C Grider merchant at Esto had business in Columbia Monday Mr Lesle Allen reentered the Busi ness College Bowling Green this week Mr R K Young and Miss Juli Smith visited at Gradyvllle last Sun day Mr H K Walkup and Capt J S Chapman were here from Glensfork H W Aaron was in Columbia Sunday enroute for Tampkinville Court Mrs Nona Cabell and Mrs Poore spent last Sunday with friend- at Camp Knox Misses Fanne Garnett and Sallie Rey Marcum attended services at Union last Sunday Mr John D Lowe left for Nashville Monday morning He will be absen- two weeks Mrs M H Rhorer of Middlesboro is visiting her mother brothers and sisters of this place Our Watson correspondent says Mr returnlMrs Susan Russell eightyseven years old has improved sufficient to be able to take her meals In the dining room Mr Chapman Dohoney has sold his Cane Valleyproperty and will remov- with his family to Colhn county Tex as in a few weekshuDr Clarence Grady returned to Louisville last Monday and will gradu ate from the Dental School that city at the end of this term Mr W M Dodd of Hustonville staunch Democrat and who can tell the worth of a horse at a glance was In Columbia last week with a South ern gentleman who was looking fo roadsters Rev T F Walton an able an scholarly young minister of Columbia preached at the Presbyterian churc last Sunday morning and night He was greeted by large audiences and won golden opinions by his masterly discourses Falmouth Paper Mr Henry E Christie who recently established a store at Camp Knox was here on business a few days ago He stated that his salesman Mr Joel Has kins was disposing of goods as fast as he expected and that It was his intenI tion to keep constantly for distribution a firstclass stock ofgoods Mr CbrisI tie is a young man with an eye to busit s ness and a to his customersiLOCAL JOTTINGS n CIrcuit Court convenes at Jamestown weekhJudge W W Jones opened court at Tompklnsville last Monday Hunn Lyon bought three cotton mules on thesquare Monday at S65 perl head The very best of beef is now being delivered to the citizens of Columbia atG and 7 cents- Considerable frost last Saturday morning but the tobacco crops of Adair county had all been cut More beautiful than ever before is a remark heard on every hand about J Mrs Emma T Strauges Millinery Ivan Workman son of Mr A K a former citizen of Adair at his late home in GreenI JWorkman the 27th of October The Bear Head Brand Fertilizers from to 320 per hundred at R W IHurts Gadburry Ky or Columbia a All who are indebted to Jones pleasTe tFonSALE Three shoats will weigh from to 200 pounds Kittle Smith Gradyville Ky i Mr RH Price was elected common school trustee in West Columbia dlsI f trict last Saturday and Mr WT Mc Parland was the winner In East Columbia The merchants are piling up tbe big J gest stocks of goods ever brought to town and they are now on the eve tit what should prove a good business sear son Erch one is keenly watching his opportunities and there is no aP par IIpayj Dot rfaU to visit Mrs Emma T Ptraiigei Millinery Parlor brflre parchayng Quarterly mfeJinj rt h e M E Church South will V hen at Carlo Valley tbelOth and 20thof this month WAlffBDAn energetic young man to act as iny agent for the Singer Nan pecr mouth Address G non K Last Saturday forenoon at 8 oclnc- k bnMr Simmons as a drugstore was stroyed by fire The fire was discover ed in time to save the stock of goods Hudson 8 Page bought of B F Paull recently ttyrce tluee pear old fat steers They would weigh about 1 hundred each Mr Paull had refused 34 30 from other parties Msr Woosley a lady minister is fill ing some appointments in theGradyj rills country Mr D J an wife T E Pawl and wife heard her at New Union last Sunday tiagreat deal of business There were a number of horses and mules on the market but buyers were scarce Hunn S Lyon sold in Louisville last week eight horses for2000 Mr Hunn reports that Eastern horses were in demand and selling very high But little market for Southern stock TbeMurrellHotelatGlasgowoneost most in Kentucky was last Saturday sold by Mrs Mary Murrell to Messrs Bas- fRichardsonandVIlBairdfor37400 Kemp Young sell the best Fertil fiett what you need They will you close prices on all grades They guarantee the Horse Shoe Brand to be the best Rev Lafayette Dunbar disappointed a very large crowd of people who assembled at Concord last Sunday to hear him preach For some reason Mi Dunbar failed to put in an appearance Mr A L Gibson a native of thi county was married at Carrolton ColumbieMonday night with his bride For years Mr Gibson has been liv g in Arkansas Smith who lives on PelhamBranch two miles from lumbia fell out of an apple tree Mon thae elbows Dr J H Grady was called and reduced the fractures lidrcon unintentionallyd votehd An attache of this office desires to return sincere thanks to a friend in Texas fora new and entertaining book The RIft is certainly highly appreciate ed and will be sacredly preserved in memory of the esteemed donor Mr John F Neat has accepted a position with Otter S Co wholesale grocers Louisville and is now on the This is an old established house Mr Neat being a popular salesman will have butlittle trouble build up a trade The Gainsvilie Texas Hesperian contains the following notice Mr J P Dohoney Jr of Kentucky stopped in and renewed his subscription He stated that there was oncottwoI things he had to doleave Texas or be elected Governor of the State List week we reported that Mrs M Feland had been seriously her home in Lawrenceburg He mother Mrs King was present aq in extinguishing the flames she tooIwas badly burned Both ladies hay since died Mrs Carrie Powell widow of theI late T K Powell received a check last week for one thousand twent four dollars and thirty nine cents fromI The Mutual Benefit Insurance ComI pany tbe amount of policy held by her late husband in said CompanyI Mrs Nancy Selby who was the wife of William Selby and who was a very estimable Christian woman died at late home near Esto Russell counI ty a few days ago She had been aImember of the Methodist Church forI fortvfive years and was perfectly conciled tq die All the darkies who broke into a ladles trunk at Junction City stealing seventyfive or one hundred dollars worth of clothing were arrested by Capt Perm and they confessed Their names are Clarence Burton Geo Jack of Lebanon and Jerry Murrell who formerly lived in this county The fertilizers that have stood the test for years that are wheat and grass growers and the best for the building up of land are the Mom stead Globe and National brands Theres onus better Get our prices W F JE1i FETES x SON Columbia Ky Mr Jo Klmbler who was a prominent farmer of Russell county died at his late home near Denmark last week Hcwas about sixtyfive years Old and died very suddenly He was subject to heart disease He was a roan who iad accumulated conslder afcleprop rty and will be greatly miss ed from the dally walks of life 1 HUM HIMSELF Charley fledaris a FairrY- er of this County Found IDead in his Barn HE WAS A GOOD HONEST CITIZEN The citizens of this community were startled yesterday morning upon hearing that Charley Medaris was deadhung himself in hi barn It is rot known what time ho put an end to his life The 6first discovery was yesterday morn ing when his brother went to the barn to feed The deceased was in town all of Monday and was on a trade witH some gentleman for a farm called at the News office and par nily arranged to have some bills printed He was in fide spirits and remarked that if he did not buy a certain farm he would sell out and remove to Tex as For several mouths the de ceased and his brother John have been selling goods at Glenville Mr Medaris was a good citizen and leaves a wife and several children There is no known cause for thrash e deedtConference Appointments After an interesting week at Bowl ing Green the Louisville Conference ispointmentssection are especially interested Columbia District S G Shelley PresidingElder Columbia Circuit W P Gordon Glensfork J P Van Hoy Gradyvllle T L Hulse Fountain Run S P Page Crocus W N Coffey Bear Creek J G Watson Albany S TartersWayne Jas Wooldridge Jamestown Hasakinson Edmonton J V Mills South Burksvllle C R Payne Southfork J G Stanton Summer Shade J A Goodman The people of Columbia and vicinity are glad that Rev W P Gordon is to remain in our midst During the past year he did good work for his Church and his social qualities has endeared Vim to tbe people generally He is an excellent young minister devoting a his time to his Masters cause The departure of Rev Jessee L Murrell and family is universally regretted Mr Murrell has been the Presiding Elder of tile Columbia Dis trict for the past four years and no man ever worked harder for the up building of bis churches The district embraces a number of counties and with but few exceptions Mr Murrell filled hisappolntments From here he goes to Lebanon and will preside over that district the coming year and perhaps longer To the citizens of Lebanon and the district we commend Mr Murrell and his estimable wife asI Christians worthy of their confidence e and esteem The next Conference as we stated last week will be held at Columbia Columbia Boys Rise We are always glad to hear of tbe vancement of former Columbia boys Gilmenr deceased who has been in the mercantile business at Osceola Mo has reo moved to Canon City Colorado The The the following departureFMr Gilmer is a most moral and ex accomda ex ceedingly his departure from Osceola but can recommend him to the people of Canon City as a man in whom theyI can place the utmost reliance MrI and Mrs Gilmer left on Monday morn deparyt ure an d church circles Osceola Democrat Mr and Mrs J T Gilmer of this city left Monday morning for their future home at Canon City Colorado They will remain in Kansas City fiatitwill tomorrowand then leave for the west Mr Gilmer has been one of Osceolas leading business men for two three years and the Republican does not hesitate to admit its regrets concerning bU removal Being enter prising and trustworthy the people of Canon City will soon realize that he is a valuable addition to the business interests of their cityosceola Republican Notice to TaxPayers I or onejof my deputies will be at the following places on the days and dates named Knlfley October 22 Glennville October 22 iRolepOctAber2 Sparksvillc October 23 Pellyton October 24 24Gradyville 25 McG aba at Frank Burtonsetore Oc tober25 Cane Valley October 28 Milltown October 20 Keltner tctober30t Columbia office every day fill taxes due me from 189SUP that d including the prcsexityearthust be paid at once To save cost be sure and heed this notice JW HtffcT Sheriff Married Lust Thursday Mr Waller HoUaday an x client young man who lives the Zion community was married to Miss Etta Conover daughter of Mr John M Cotuiver who resides near the White Oak Church Tbe young coup e stole a march on their many friends b riding alone to the residence of Rev W D Tarter who perfermed the cer emony The yonng people In the cinity were not to be outdone Tha assembled at Mr Conovers in great numbers at a late hour that night and for a time nothing could be heard bu horns and cowbells The bride is handsome young woman and to the alstheir assolcate is extended Mr D CSatterwhlte representing the Louisville Acetylene Gas Company was In Columbia last week In the inter est of said company He contracted with Messrs Reed 8 Miller for twelve lights to be put in their store and also with Judge W W Jones who will have a plant put in at his residence This is the cheapest and most light now furnished many towns using It In preference to natural gas or tric ty In three weeks the two plants operationdBoard to meet and a proposition was submitted to light up the town He proposed to place four lights upon th square and one out each street eight in all for a certain sum of mon ey Several members of the Board favorable to the proposition as we un derstand but no contract was made the Board taking a little time to look Into the matter For this purpose the plantpiping posts and globes will cos about 3325 and the expense per year to keep up the light would be some over one hundred dollars When you take into consideration that many towns in Kentucky but little larger than Columbia are paying one and dollars annually for eclectricllgh the proposition to light up this town comparatively cneap Mr Satter will return to Columbia inabou three weeks when the matter will again be submitted The News feels like directing a few words of condolence to Mr and Mrs Geo A Prewitt Liberty who hay been bereft of their only child and son Burdett who had just turned into bis twelfth year He was a bright little boy the favorite of all Liberty and the idol of his loving parents Several months ago Burdetts health began to tall and a few weeks before he died his father carried him to Louisville hoping that a specialist could benefit him Meeting no encouragement and upon the advice of the city physicians little Burdett was conveyed to New Mexico and in a few days after reach ing that country his spirit went to God 1who gave it The passing away of thi little boy was indeed a trying hour up on the fond father but who can con- ceIve the mothers anguish when the intelligence retched her that her son wasdead The remains were embalmed and conveyed to Kentucky and surrounded by a large circle of relatives and friends all that was mortal of little Burdett was laid to rest in the Hustonville cemetery To the sorrowing parents we would say weep not for him who suffered here upon earth for he is now in that heavenly land whey there is neither death not pain II an not return but you have the blessed assurance that you can go to him There is nothing more to be said The Lord glvetb the Lord bath taken away b essed be the name of the Lord The Adair Fiscal Court closed its bors for the October term 1001 last Thursday We understand that the claims allowed at this term and at the April term amounted to 8100 and the levy fixed to pay off the indebtedness is 20 cents on the one hundred dollars There was only one pqsltion to fill by electionjail physicIanand Dr U L Taylor was the winner County Judge J W Butler County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr together with magistrates have guarded the inter of taxpayers admirably Since the have been in office two bridges have been built In the county one across Green river and one spans Russells creels at Milltown They were great needed and were put up at a cost about 4500 It is our understanding that they are paid for and that the connty Is in fine shape financially All the magistrates are candidates for re election excepting Squires Gowen and Williams and we trust their places be filled by gentlemen who will be as equally interested in the coming af fairs of the county On account of ill health Judge Butler was forced write a card declining to be before t people for the second term He has made a splendid official and when goes off the bench in January it can said of him he did his work well Jas Garnett Jr has made a splend County Attorney an office that abou always be filled by an excellent lawyer and as a reward for his dllllgent ser vices the people will reelect him in November ReI Irl R Hicks in his October forecasts says From 8th to 10th there will be a return of stormy conditions with rain and some snow to the North Look for change to rising barometer and colder after the storms central on the Oth Storms of rain and snow will pass across the country about the 14th to the 17th Snow and sleet are more than probable In Northern sections with high northwesterly gales and an October cold wave October rains fringed In the north by sleet and snow will traverse the country from west to east during the 20th to 22nd Some of the heaviest storms of tbe month may durlngtheVulcan 28th About this time there will bo considerable rain followed by a cold ways r e Arthur Roberts who was a soldier in the United States army a native of atnSandy Hook New Jersey last Thursday Immediately after his death his mother who is a poor widow woman received a dispatch asking if she want yesymessage that she would have to deposit forty dollars with the expressman to pay moneyYwere started arriving at Campbells ville Monday afternoon They were removedathe dead soldiers friends until the 1forte dollars is paid It will be Impossible for the mother to raise the money and the authorities will probably order the body buried Campbellsnllle At the Louisville Conference which met in Bowling Green week before last the Committee appointed some time ago to select a suitable place for a Methodist Training School reported in favor of Columbia Their report 6was submitted to a vote of the Confer ends and It was adopted unanimously In selecting this place for the school its understood that the people of Adair sectioniprise It Is believed by some that the major portion of the sum necessary raised next year during the esession of Conference Fiddlerseever with regrets that he visited Columbia When the fraud was announced the telephone office was visited by the activetAssociation a large crowd believing that it was more of an old time social gathering than a money making scheme and the next town was notified that local contestants had no show whatever in the fight itt5atdeveloping the resourcesof Adair coun ty Thousands of acres of land have been recently leased at a cost of six or moneyethe most plausible construction is that wells will be sunk for oil and the hills developed for coal It is said by parties who know than coal has been found within two miles of Columbia and in years past all the lead that was upInPeople living on Green river near Uaccstreated by a party of men from Taylor county who reside in the Mannsyille district Last Friday sev assat the Bluehole with a seine wagon and buggies and in a short time they caught and carried away twelve or fifteen hundred pounds of fish The citizens of Green river are obeying the law and doing without fish More oil has been struck in Wayne county The last find is a well that was being sunk near the road leading from Jamestown to Monticello seven miles from the latter place Mr Wm Mc Connaghy was in Columbia a few days ago with a sample of the oil Preparations are being made fur putting down several wells near Creels boro Russell county These wells will be drilled by McGuire Co all their machinery being on the ground aMr W L Walker this city has purchased a number of acres of land known as the old Walker tract lying beyond the residence Mr Wm Stew art and fronting the Glasgow road for 1700 We understand that the trade was made with Louisville parties with the consent of Mrs Nannie White and Miss Sallie Field of Columbia who owned a one flth interest The following are the appointments thisestTYMarrowbone C C Trimble Provi dence H T Jesse Big Creek W P Gordon Mt Carmel T L Hulse FreedomofThe daughters of the late Mrs Ann Turk and Mrs Ann Marks who was her granddaughter desire to return their grateful thanks to all those who so kindly administered to their moth er in her last illness Neighbors did all in their power to restore her to health and the kindness so tenderly byheMissbethis county were married in the par cityldized by Rev T F Walton pastor of the Presbyterian Church m the presence of quite a number at witnesses Soon after the ceremony the couple left for their home Paid list since our last report Miss Mattie Walker Dr Donan A G Bridgewater EF Hamilton John R Murrell 4 FJ Hood F G Willis G A Bradshaw W M Dodd R W Groves L M Montgomery Lewis Hammonds J G Henderson P W Naper Pat Whipp Ed Wilkenson L A Winfrey J W Reece W Read WyattSmithreturning from a party iu his neighbor hood last Saturday night In passing ylaidasconsiderablyht He bas no idea wHb Wink ilea A protracted meeting wilLconihjftH atlPleasant Hill near Slontpeller tiv fourth Sunday In this month The pastor will be Assisted by llill Q Montgomery We understand t mt at the closeot this meeting one sill commence at the Christian Church in this place FONTHILL People are busy preparing wheat ground in this settlement Some say corn is about half a crop J H Smith bought a farm of E 0 Sims paying a reasonable price Jeffries Sharp passed through this part of the country looking for sheep Farmers be quick or they will be gone Harrison Wade bought some hogs and took them to the upper counties J H Smith will have plenty of fertilizer on hand for wheat the old Re liable Horse Shoe Brand Sinco Dockery Jr of Jamestown was in our midst on business Oct 3rd W O Cooper will return from Somerset this week J H Smith our enterprising mer chant is in the city buying good E G Atkins of Columbia salesman for W H Newman Co Wholesale Grocers was with us on the 3rd Smith Bros of Irvins Store sold during the month of September near two thousand dollars worth of goods B F Lawless candidate for Jailer Democratic ticket passed here last week looking for voters Democrats lets get a hustle on ourselves 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 fore morning writes Mrs S H Lin coln 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 isI guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and SlCO Trial bottles free a T E Faults drug store T FBA3JKU1J COUNTY Osteopathy theSouthern pructlceofbls statetut ethanevery successwithincurable by other systems of healing ofchronicIncurablehas reputationmostespecially Sconcebut is scientific being based upon principlesot r diseasesreliefwe Ooteopathyand be had free by calling upon can Du A C FOSTER ColumbiaKentucky F II i Mliiinero Opening a After spending three weeks in Louisville and markets we have the most lineofgoodseverbroughttQ our friends to call and see our buyingVery Mrs Tim Bradsliaw Effie Bradsfiaw tcccccCccocoo Woodson Lewis Bro r I fPofIGreensbulg just received car of Bug gies Carriages and Wagons 100 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car Fertilizer An Immense Dry Clotldiig and General Merchandise that are selling be low any compeditor THE FARTIING ELEMENT JY Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat 5 t Drills Wagons Harness Sa dies Bridlesr Field Seeds and Fertilizers for sale W F JEFFEIES SON w Columbia Kentucky IG BLACKLEY Consultation examination Cincinnati Miss Have three loads Farm loads Stock Goods they TO IISIndependent Tobacco Warehouse ProprietorsAuctionand I RETURNS PROMPTLY HADE v KyFewJI H hT Negro S ifTtho United States r f The growing importance of the ne 1 grj problem not only in the Soutb Sbutthroughout the nation makes the census report on the negro population especial sljaiitioiuce It is charged that the census report are doctored s HI VIla by tI1oiticlaus for political purposes However tilt S6 reports are tho mQst authentic I available The reports dissipate the 1 prevalent idea that owing to the heavy r death rate among the negroes who I 1havecongregated cities and to the reduced rate propagation the race is lo3iog in uumbsri In fact when the large number of white emigrants is 1considered it is seen that the negroes 1multliily much more rapidly than the I whites insowe ot the southern states which are not affected by emigration such as Arkansas and Alabama the negroes have increased more rapidly than the whites One of the most significant re ela tions of the reports show that the bor derstates aro rapidly sending their negroes to the North The negroes rurtherSouth desiring to migrate all seldom stop until they reach the north bjnkof the Obio river Thus Ken tuCk Maryland aud Missouri are grad ually but surely becoming whiter while their northern neighbors are dal ly crowing darker The Southern Sts in which the negro is becoming more numerous are Arkansas Ala bama Georgia and Mississippi At the I present rate of Increase it will only be a mutter of a few years until the vrhilesof Mississippi will be in a hope los minority The South Atlantic Spates slum a reWivo decrease in th- enro population In Louisiana the relative increase of the whites marks 111111Ltth1r supremacy after a full century of effort to accomplish that result The New OrleansTimesDem ocratsjys that the emigration from the North and West as well as the great natural increase of whites in the Acadian parishes of Southern Louis iana is responsible for the present p dminance or the whites During t last fifteen years the Louisianiaus luc preferred white emigrants from 1Ily to the negro for industrial pur rossand this doubtless has something to do with the condition Tlie loss of the South however has ant the gain of the North The FusernStateshave profited cousidcra ly by the exodus from the congested bluCii belt or the South There has bu a decided increase of negroes in New York New Jersey and Pennsyl yanks although the black population in these States is qute insignificant Lie border States of Indiana and Illi nois have received by far the larger percent of the negro emigrants This haVfceen due both to natural and litical causes The proximity of these States to the South has done sonie ting but their political importance and uncertainty together with the anxiety of the Republican politicians to make them solid has done a great deal more In Indiana this latter cause has been especially operative since 1876 when the Republican party began a systematic scheme of colonl 1 viun It has quietly kept it up ever since The census credits 53503 ne groes to Indiana 29701 of which are males The same authority gives Ma Inoncounty 17536 uegroos 8700 of bwhich arc males The political managers in Marion county count on 6500 negro voters Every excursion into Indianopolis ITrdiuthe South brings additional ne 1groesfrom the black belt The pres ent prospects arc that Indiana will ultimately become to the North what Mississippi has become to the South Indianapolis Sentinel The following original poem has been in our pidgeon hole since spring We now spring It A humble boy with a shining pall went gaily singing down the dale to where a cow with a brindlu tail on the clover pasture did regale A humble bee did gaily sail over the soft and shady vale to where 1 the boy with the shining pail was milking the cow with the brindle tail The bee lit down on the cowsleft ear her heels flew up through the atmosphere and through the loaves of a I chestnnt tree the boy soared into I eternity Stood Heath Off EJ3 Munday a lawyer Henrietta I Tex once fooled a nravedliger He saSs My brother was very low with i1malarial fever and jaundice I per suaded him to try Electric Bitters I and be was soon much better but con tinued their use unti he was wholly L i cured I am sure ElectricBitterS sav Iedhis life This remedy expels mal aria kills disease germs and purifies the blood aids digestion regulates the S Oliver kidneys pud bowels cures con Istipation dyspepsia nerveous diseases 4kIdncy troubles female complaints Kgives perfect healths Only 60c at T iP uirg drugstore fp c j I ii1I i i New Election Law At the approaching November elec tion the new election wls to be tested The results will be watched with great interest throughout the State Under the Goebel election the State legislature appointed three election commissioners who should have charge uf the elections in the State tabulate and certify the returns and appoint the three county election commissioners in each county of the State they in turn to act as a returning bond for their county Under the working of this law an election commission was appointed consisting of three Demo crats who appointed county boards throughout the State consisting otI two Democrats and one Republican What a storm the operation of the law created is knowd to all wbd have taken even a passing Interest In the polities of the State The result was such that an amend mont was made to the law by which the Clerk of the Court of Appeals should be the chairman oot the State election commission while the embers sbould be selected by the ruling bodies of each of the two governing parties This has been done and the new election commission consisting of S J Sbaklefordj Clerk of Court of Appal as chairman Charles B Poyntz Democrat arid J C Wright Republican held its first meeting last week In each of the 119 counties in the State tbe Republican county committee made a return of a list to the State Board and commlsslocers were has been expressed by the leadcrsof both parties at the list of commissioners which tbe State commission has made up from the county lists submitted to them Whether this opinion will be changed after the coming election is a matter of mere conjecture Ontbc State board the Democrats have a majority due to toe fact that the Clerk of the Court of Appeals Sbackelford is a Dem ocrat As the new law takes out of the hands of the State Commission the ability to make the returning board of tbe counties ot whatever political complexion they might wish and make the matter of a Democratic or Republican county board depend entirely on local conditions it is thought that a much used and perhaps much abused ground complaint will be removed McKinley s Last Speech The last speech President McKin Icy was delivered at the exposition on Presidents Daythe day before he was shot It is considered one of the most notable utterances and states plainly his views as to the nations future and the policies of government needed to provide for it Here are some of the things he said which will live long in history The court of arbitration is the noblest forum for the settlement of inter national disputes Our real eminence rests in tne vic tories of peace not in those of war Reciprocity is the natural outgrowth of our wonderful industrial development under the domestic policy now firmly established Commercial wars are unprofitable Reciprocity treaties are in harmony with tbe spirit of the times Friendly rivalry is the spur of industrial improvement and inspiration to useful invention This portion of the earth The Western Hemisphere has no cause for humiliation for the part it has perform ed in the march of civilization We must build the Isthmian Canal The construction of a Pacific cable cannot be longer postponed God and man have linked together tbe nations No nation can longer be indlfferant to any other We must have more ships We must encourage our merchant marine One of the needs of the times is direct commercial lines from our vast fields of production to the fields of consump tion that we have but barely touchedExpositionsare but the time keepers of progress They record the worlds advancement Isolation is no longer possible or de sirable The same important news is read though in different languages the same day in all Christendom Trade statistics indicate that the country is in a state of unexemplified prosperity The figures are almost apalllng We have a vast and intricate busi ness built up through years of toll and struggle in which every part of the country has its stake which will not permit of either neglect or of undue selfishness No narrow sordid policy will subserve ItFrom his Buffalo Speech Joshua Winn aged seventynine years and Robert Wino aged eighty three years brothers died only a few hours apart at Winchester last week They were buried together i s 1i1 As a Cowboy During fillhis year8 of intense political activity and amid his frequent literary undertakings Mr Roosevelt found opportunity to make frequent excursions into the very heart of the west To ride 100 miles through the winds and snows of winter in the wilderness to bivouac under the cold stars i to live months on sim pro foro iand to brave all the danger aud privations inoidept to cowboyalife portrays once again a grim determination that very same which made a rugged man ducfa sickly child Yet with his determination is joined a de sire to taste freely of all the stern er realities of nature Upon the banks of the Little Misspuri built by his own hands amid the bnttes and bleak bad lands of Northwestern Dakota stands the logcabin of Mr Roose velt In that lonely wild coun try he has spent some of the most delightful moments of his life time It is a low and rough shack typical of the Rocky noun tain region It is shaded by cot tonwoods and so far from the bounds civilization as he says that the deer can be shot from the cabin porch In this cabin are hung many trophies taken upon wild chases through those rugged in buckskin shirt and trousers and with moccasins upon his feet accompanied often by no one save a cowboy companion Mr Roosevelt has scoured those reg ions for large game returning at night weary worn by his long tramps to sleep upon bear skins and buffalo robes Or he may have been out with the reckless and daring cowboys on one of their exciting roundups Upon his first appearance among those hardy troopers of the plains Roosevelt was treated with their usual contempt for all tenderfeet But he proved as hardy as the hardiest of them and they soon forgave him his city birth Owing to a weakness of the eyes Mr Roosevelt has never been able to becomea crack shot bnt he has hunted and shot with the keen zeal ofa hunter who loves the wildorness Roosevelts charac- teristIc ways of doing things won for him the entire respect of the cowboys who had branded him as a tenderfoot Some cattle had been stolen from the ranch and he followed the thieves with determined pertinacity for two weeks when they were captured and he had them placed in the penitenti ary at Mandan for terms of three years each During his early expeditions in the Northwest buffalo yet roamed over the plains in small numbers In 1883 he was a party of the last big buffalo hunt when whites and Sioux combined to do the killing While a ranchman in his cabin were kept such books as have al ways been dear to the hearts of cowpnnchers There might be found the works of Finimore Cooper which have exerted a marked influence over the entire life of Mr Roosevelt There too the works of Irving Hawthorne Poe and those of several other American writers served to while away the leisure hours after a long tramp or hunt All Sorts Mormon missionaries report that they are making many con verts in Germany- An exposition of British prod nets is to be held at St Petersburg next winter Primrose was at first the prime rose or the first rose that opened in is the first British monarch to pay gold since the days of James II About seven hundred tons of steel will go into harbor improvements at San Juan P I The dock will be 460 by 80 feet Germany imports every year about one hundred and forty thousand dozens of hog livers for the preparation of liver sausages A number of farms in the Trans vaal and Orange colony will be sold to defray the cost of mainte nance of the refugees At the PanAmerican exposition Connecticut has the largest and best display of farm products and also a good display of fruits in horticultural building At Georgetown 0 Homer Fite shot and boat his wife perhaps fatally aud then committed uni iZi f ftii iii5aiiI CoOperation Meeting The l llothig1The program of the Cooperation meeting of the Christian Churches of Adair coun ty which will convene with the Pleasant Hill Church on Friday morning at 9 80 before the fourth Sunday in October 1901 1 Address by W G Montgomery subject What are We Here For 1 2 Address by Tobias Huffaker subject PoliticsinRehgion Politics and Religion or Religion in POlit1OhiOhiItIDAY AFTERNOON 1 Can a Person be Saved Out side of the Church 1 ByJ Q Montgomery sl F 0 Shearer 2 Appoint g Committees 8 What is the Matter with the Oburche8 1 By G W Montgomery and Leslie Bottom FRIDAY NIGhT 1 Thu NOedof Chritian Coop eration By Elds Gilluui and A H BihwK 2 JW a Church the Right to Exclude Disorderly Members 1 By FC Shearer and Z T Williams SATURDAY MORNING 1 Address by Wm Stanley subject Is Baptism for the Re mission of Sin 1 Alternate J Q Montgomery 2 Contend Earnestly for the Faith once Delivered to the Saints By Elds A H Baugh and Gillum SATURDAY AFTRRNOON 1 Report of the Churchs 2 Report of Evangelist 8 Pentecostal Power by Z T Williams and J Q Montgomery SATURDAY NIGHT 1 The Power of the Gospel by Wm Stanley and J F Barget 2 What Effect has our Plea on Christian Union 1 By Elds Gillum and J Q Montgomery- The cooperation closes Satur day night i protracted meeting be gins Sunday morning at 11 All the Churches are earnestly solicited to send delegates uud re ports Dinner on the ground Fri day and Saturday Z T WILLIAMS T HUFFAKER F C SHEARER Com It Happened in a Drug Store One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have In stock says Mr C B Grandin the popular druggist of Ontario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what congh preparation I could reccommend I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remed and after giving It a fair trial if she did nyt find It worth the money to brIbg back the bottle and I would refund the price paid In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Cbam berlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recommendation for the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recommendations of people who have been cured by its use It Is for sale by M Cravens A turbine engine is being shown in London which is to reduce the Atlantic passage to three days and it is stated that a company with a capital of 200000 is being formed to exploit the invention Came Year Dying for three days and nights I suffer ed agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centerville Iowa I thought I would surely die and tried a dozen differenl medicines but all to nopurpose 1 sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cboleraand Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses re lieved me entirely I went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I do on going to the office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bleSE you and the splendid medi cine you make This remedy is for sale by JL Cravens One boy was killed and another probably fatally injured by tho explosion of a gas cylinder of a soda fountain at Estherville Iowa Working Night and 1 y The busiast and mightiest little thing that ever was made isDn Kings New Life Pills These pills change veiknes nto strength listlessness in to energy brain fag into mental pow or They ra wonderful in hulklirie up the health Only 25c jer box Sold T BPaull s i t rriL Caleb Harvey an aged and wealthy citizens of Laporte Ind died as the result of his grief over the assassination of President Mc Kinley Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate the full ue ot Morleys Wonderful Eight until you have used it in a score of the emer gencies that come in every household Dr T E Barnbart of Claiborne Par ish La says Permit me to say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and found it a good medicine in Pleu risy and Pneumonia Kooning equals it in relieving pain Price 25 cents Ask your druggist Nine Anarchist who were arrest ed in Chicago after the assassina tion of President Motinley were released from custody there be ing no evidence against them Eat What You Like When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia indigestion Leareaburn foul breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will disappear and your clean sed and awakened system will demand food Sound digestion and sound ap pettye go together and both follow tbe use of this time tried remedy Ask your druggist Levi Howard a blind preacher was assaulted badly beaten and robbed of 40 by unknown persons near Hindman Stung By u Cemipucle Mrs Thos Saunders Bluffton 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 John Earls of Pendleton coun ty aged 63 years and Malinda E Lynn aged 29were married in Greenup last week Forty years ago Mr Earls and the mother of the bride were lovers and vere en gaged to be married A misun derstanding separated them and eachmarried another Mr Earls wife died some time ago Purify the Blood By taking the old reliable Botanic Blood Balm B B B cures ulcers scrofula eczema pimples itching skin aching bones boils carbuncles If you are all run down take B B B It will give life vigor and strength to the blood B B B makes the blood pure and rich Druggists 1 Trial treatment free bo writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Pennsylvania capitalists have secured leases on 2100 acres of coal lands in Estill county and the property will be developed on a large scale When you cannot sleep for coughing it is hardly necessary that any one sbould toil you that you need a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat goodMryPeter Perciful shot and proba bly fatally wounded Geo Child ress in Rockcastle county He mistook him for a panther or wild cat walking through the weeds A Shocking Calamity Lately befell a railroad laborer writes Dr A Kellet of Willlford Ark flHls footwas 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 br T E Paul At Middlesboro Vienna Riffe a negro aged about twentythree was shot twice and killed while re sistiuggarrest He was shot it is thought by Patrolman John Tar ner Riffe was arrested for some trivialoffense but broke loose from his captors As he ran he firedat his pursuers Bear Brand Fertilizer To grow good wheat you must fer tlliza and when you buy fertilizer you should know that you get the best for tile 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 1 00 to 8125 Art Hurt Columbia and Cray Iraft Oct 14 Persons who have promised to haul us rtoi will p1eaa bring in a few na K We wauiIt cut elgbueii inches In l nufli Wiinteci gsL comJiintl mare- S u Cliauip Butler noxjLMoii Ja Coun ty court lay 4 1iEf SawMill for Sale One 20 hup jittv r Can be seen running tinnn cuutitv This Is a new UiI il vl cUiii For particu IaN aJiires the Gtni lino Lumber Co Gn disburg Ky BRUNRCOWTTOLESALx PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Alsi gusne h1ghui unaTket prices 411 Rruolc Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY L0W RT1STO NEW YORK And Return July 1st to Oct 2Oth 1901 VIA BiD Four Tickets be irowl for return trip ten days from date ot sale Passengers iniy go via one route and return via another All iiks riMdinir via Big Four Rut viinjt and L S M S Ry IJiLWCIi Oluvlaiul and Buffalo in either direction will be accepted for passage on the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Companys Steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo Stop overs will be allowed at Buffalo in either direction by depositing tick et with tbe joint Agent immediately on arrival and payment of 100 at time of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton on return trip only for Chautauqua Lake on notice to conductors and posit ot ticket with Depot Ticket Agent immediately oa arrival Authorized stopovers will be allow ed at Niagara Falls Washington Bal timore and Philadelphia on tickets reading via those points For full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Routetr address the undersigned W J LYNCH Gen P Tkt Agt W P DEPPE Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky Nwly FurnlUr American PI inflCo Per Day yltc 9do8lcr 8 3votcl MEALS 25c 523W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flRr LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 755 00 Light shipping 4 2534 65 Best butchers 4 004 40 Fair to good butchers 3 253 50 Common to medium btchr 2 503 00 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 00 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bs 70C Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 660 SHEEP AND LAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 503 75 Fair to good 2 503 75 Common to medium 200 t250 TIIHOCDThe greatest ambition of Amer hlehomeswoman afflicted with female dis ease is constantly menaced with becoming a childless wife No medicine can restore dead gans but Wine of Cardui docs regulate derangements that pre preventmiscarriage functions and shattered nerves and does bring babies to homes barren and desolate for years Wino of Cardui gives women the health and strength to bear heal thy children You can get a dollar bottle of Wino of Cardui from your dealer WEorCARDUIUI Memphis Tenn April H flhcdforJsnevergIvenL1rthtoacbU aloebabyJr1The baby weighs fourteen pounds and I feelNowbo without wine of Cardnl la my honsaagaIn Sirs J W 0 SMITEr adermtonctu Tcroo k 6I6JONESC- OLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkera rfy and Ire prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section jEaffThis shop js the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a cull when in need ofwork in their lines lyr COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors openedLand aneseesTbproprietorsguests Good sample rooms and the building PirstClalStesronablc Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky ilHERE Is no better plncc to stop than It thE nhII Int1 Good sample rooms ard a lirsjHjiw table Rates very rcusniiiihlr Feed stable attach- edVETIERY SURGEON yistulo Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur class work done atfair prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of S D ORENSHAW from Columbia on Disappointment GORDON MONTGOMERY t YQjJ J1I kt1l COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty 4Offlce up stairs over Paulls drug store IJiD1D SHImlLE 0 anybetterWatches Jewelry Silverwure Gold Pens Etc than at LEN HUBERS 712 W Market St Louisville Kentucky eWe prepay postag on orders one way THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes Omaxioes New Designs Perfect Pitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE Kf LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0Iti rilOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper lenced workmen and thing 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 iVULGR Agents Columbia Kentucky FariiieIlsSFarmers I am prepared to takeyourordersf- orHydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your bousesor barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and so me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD mmnmmn PATENT aiifISend model sketch orpnoto for free examination anti iulvfco I fi BOOI ON PATENTS i FREE NoAttya Ifee patdat CzAx3NOWCOrIatLawyenWASHINGTON c WK J