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H 1 I THIf ADMIts COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 23 1901 NUMBER 50 POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Office hour weok days 700 a m to 980 pm t COURT DIRECTORY JOiaociTCouM Three sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W WJones Commonwealth Attorney NH W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Olerk Jno Coffey First Monday In each month 1JudgeJ W Bauer County Attorney JaiQ Tnett Jr It Clerk TBStnlU JailerS H Mitchell v Assessor A Bradahaw SurveyorR T McCatree j School 8apt WD Jones Coroner Leonard Pletcher i lirr Oou Tnepilarcourt second Monday acU month AtkinsI iOHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BonrsriLLB STBMT ReT T F Walton pastor Serrlcei second and fourth Sunday n each month Sundayschool at9 a m J Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday i night JI METHODIST W P Gordon pastor Services fist Sunday In each month tr Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST eGaSllnBno STRMT W B tots1Or Services third Sunday In each month every Sabbath at a m Prayer tieetlng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAUFOBUavuxB PIJl fcEld ZT Wllllami jPaitor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No Fand AMRegu- ar meeting In their ban over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month aAKBJO WM 111 Seej B No meets first Monday night In each month JR H r W W Secretary Hew Carriage l and Wagon Shop 0I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give CatftT age Wagon lAfotfk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken in return for work S F EUBANK t Hancock Hotel a BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop o t5 The above Hotel has been refitted repainted and Is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Bates reasonable rood 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 Factory Supplies THE AHRENS OTT MFG COI- tv tNCORPORATPD 325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky PARSONBLACKSMITHS CO j WOODWORKERS CKHJJISU KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in 1It cur line In flrstclassorder We have been In the business for 25 years and J know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable t tsy firstclass mechanics We will take country produce atwarketTalue Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co Ladles raTeritc Motley s LhtlaXIver mfortatous Peofle are tbo ladktf rerite b eaase they are stall easily w ass do their work qufetly iMtatMy QM adM a i Solo by t J Fqt MURDER IS MURDER A History of the Goebel Case With Henry- Watterson as Historian IT IS TinE TO THINK SERIOUSLY Courler Journal The renewal of the efforts unsuccess fully made something over a year ego to secure of the Indiana authorities the extradition of two persons indicted for crime by the courts of Kentucky has been elevated into occasion for such an assault upon the people and the moral being of the latter not the former State to justify an earnest protest from every righthearted and selfrespecting Kentuckian In giving expression to this protest and askingfor it the consideration of the country at large It is needful that we recite the case as it wasand as it is but we shall address ourselves to the resume with as little prolixity as possi ble writing no word which any honest man can gainsay nor setting down aught in malice of which indeed we have none whatsoever I do not know the method said Edmund Burke of drawing up an indictment against a whole people Yet that which the greatest of the political philosophers of England confessed himself unable to do has been done is being daily done by the Republican newspapers of the United States ani mated by party spirit the most rancor ous and misadvised by representations the most calumnious From first to last the Kentucky cam paign of 1899 was pitched upon the low est plane of political morality and in the highest key of partisan passion Men do in the aggregate what no one man would do In his own person They did in that campaign pretty much erythIng which men should not do and which even the men engaged would in their cooler moments and better judgments discountenance and disavow And this was in the beginning as true of the one party as the other Ulti mately the infamedambitiunsaud terests involved precipitated a struggle for corrupt advantage and thence it deepened into something very like Civil War culminating in an actual ReIgn of Terror at the Capital of the the end of a long and fierce con test in hisown party William Goebel the son of humble and plain German parentage became the Democratic nominee for Governor of Kentucky A proud position at all times and un der all circumstances it seemed to the poor lad for but a lad he appeared to be with his beardless face and his shy studious ways a very pinnacle from which he could look paradise It had been the dream of his chlldhodd his youthhood his manhood To reach it be had been eager to climb mountains to traverse and to tread down forests to meet all comers It is claimed by his enemies that he got the nomination unfairly As a matter of fact beard nothing to his adversaries that they were not ready and trying to do tohlm It is claimed Lby his enemies thathe was not elected Governor As a matter of fact both parties were doing their uttermost to compel the election the Democrats through the machinery of the Goebel law the Republicans through the machinery of the State Government so that what might have been the result t had there been a per fectly regular and orderly election nobody can say But from the day the Returning Board met it Frankfort to count the vote and declare the result the purpose of the Bepubllcans to use force if necessary to carry their point became manifest and thereafter a ReIgn of Terror in their favor wag es this Reign of Terrorthe Democrats proceeded at least according tothe terms and the forms Of law That they did so is attested by both the Courtof Appeals of the State and the Circuit and Suprarae Courts of the United States Meanwhile the B publican Governor provisionally dn ducted to office by the Democratic BeV turning Board feoJdlBg this office ten tatively however Bed under ligtlpro test and contest instituted by the Democratic appellantsagainst the rul log of the BeturrisgBori proceeded f lJ to Intrencb himself not for a legal but for a physical contest The Executive office was converted into an armed camp A lawless body of men was collected and brought to Frankfort to serve as supports to two or three companies of militia which officered by Republicans exclusively were already assembled The Democratic Legislature became a prisoner in its own Capital its members in im minent peril of their lives and its com mittees chased about tbe streets by squads of soldiers The Court of Ap peals warned of impending assassina tion had to come to Louisville to hold its sessions secuio against threatened murder and military surveillance The inevitable came to pass All this array of force with its menance of death proving sufficient to overawe the Democrats of the Legislature resort was had to the final stroke prearranged to do its deadly work in this precise event and a pull of smoke out of a a window of the Executive office occu pied by the Republican Governor and hIs Republican friends William Goebel is shot down in his tracks whilst on his way to the discharge of his official du tiesThe Executive Building Is Immedi ately surrounded by troops Access is denied the local constabulary Martial law supplants the Civil law The writ of Habeas Corpus is ridiculed and de nied The Legislature is suddenly and violently dispersed As suddenly iris called to assemble not in some one ef the many cities or towns in the State such as Louisville or Lexington where its proceedings would be unmolested but in an inaccessible village among the mountains whither as might be reasonably inferred no Democrat could go withont the risk of his life In the face of such discouragement the Democrats pursued their contest according tolaw and according to law it was awarded them By the highest tribunals in theland Concurrent with the final decision of the Supreme Court of the United States In their favor the Republican Governor who bad held of fice only under a tentltlre title subject to after revision and decision fled from Kentucky to Indiana having ar ranged with the Republican Governor of the latter State for a safe retreat There with one of his associates he remains today secure against arrest and extradition These are the simple facts They are met by the Republicans with no denial But to parry them it isset up that Goebel was a bad man that the Goe bel law was a bad law and that the Democrats of Kentucky are a bad lot The present like the last Republican Governor of Indiana assumes that jus tice can not be bad of the Kentucky courts of law The present Republican President of the United States is on record as ttaviqg whilst Governor of New York made haste to guarantee the Kentucky refugees the protection of the Empire State The Philadel phia newspaper largely owned and wholly controlled by the Republican Postmaster General of the United States refers to the Democrats as the Goebel gang1 and speaks of the mur dered Governor of Kentucky as thein famous Goebel Ifall this be not ex tenuating and Justifying murder what is itMuch capital is sought to be made out of certain indignant expressions in rebuttal from certain Kentucky Democrats But what should be said of the condonement of assassination subscrIb- ed to by the Republican party from the President of the United States down through tile Cabinet to the Republican Governor of Indiana and thence to the Republican press which in order to make its case must needs deliver an indictment against an entire community whole people and that the Godfeariug brave and magnani moue men and Women of Kentucky Are Kentuckians to keep silent whilst such things goJ brward Heaven knows the Courler Journal has no wish to recall thee incidents of this dreadful chapter of Kentucky his tort Itdid its beet to defeat the Elec tionaawto which thoeeincldents were the bloody climax It did not relax its efforts In this direction until the law was repealed Standing midway b Iweoa two warring elements Itexbass ted its powers ofpacllloatlon and fore eel by the coarse events to cheoee be tween two 89mbatoWtbe methods of neither oV which it could wholly ap prpvejit went with its own awl nest thankful to God it is that Ged gave it the wisdom io do this beeawe tt t ft7 aA course of succeeding events as related in the foregoing ought to be conclu sive proof where the right of it lay and which was the right way out Allis peace again There is excite ment nowhere outside the haunts of the vicious the hearts of the malig nant He must Indeed be a bad man who nurtures thought of further vio lence William Goebel is deadmost foully slain as William McKinley was But two weeks were gone when the assassin of William McKinley met his doom Nearly two years have passed and still the assassin of William Goe bel goes unpunished To shield him from punishment every partisan appli ance has been put forth To secure and punish him not one word has em anated from one single Republican al though his shots were fired from a building that swarmed with Bepubll cans To shield him from pnnlsment the people and the courts of Kentucky must be accused of ignorance and bar barity that would disgrace a race of barbarians Are these things wise or Just eIther in our home Bepubllcans or in the outer Republican press Murder is murder That William Goebel and William McKinley were most unlike In character and tempera ment is beside the question Thatthe assaultupon their lives differed in de gree is not to say that it differed in kind The motive was even more de spicable in the tine case than in the other for Goebel was shot down for a purpose for a price while the noble life of McKinley was sacrificed to the wanton fury of a fiend Shall those of us who with honest rage and grief saw William McKinley laid low by a cruel assassin be made to feel that neigh bors and friends who in the excite ment of high party times and in the bitterness of extreme personal disfavor saw with equanimity William Goebel laid low by an equally cruel assassin are still willing to condone the murder of the latter and to stand between the murderer and his just deserts And if this be so must the name and fame of Kentucky the heritage of allot us be sacrificed on the altars of impla cable politics to make the case of zea lots who tell us that Kentucky is de generate and that neither human life is safe nor legal equity is attainable within her borders though her Su preme Tribunal her Court of Appeals is in the hands of Republicans Think of this fellowcitizens of ery political complexion and partisan belonging because in the long run murder speaks with most miraculous organ and shall not go unwhlpped of Justice and in the end no one of us whether Democrats or Republicans can hope to escape either his con science or his God Judge CantrilFs Statement In reply to the affidavit of the attor neys of Caleb Powers flied with a view to swear Judge CsutrJH off the bench the Judge said I notice that affidavit says that the colored vote of this county is only 20 percent My Information is and I think the assessors book will bear me out in it to a great extent and it must be borne in mind that the assessors Hat Is not a complete list of the negro vote of the county thatthe negro vote of this county is at least 33 per cent of the entire vote cast That onethird Negro vote constitutes at least if not more than twothirds of the Republican vote in thecounty Imerelymen tion that because I am not willing that the statement made in that amf jt about the negro vote of this cqtiujr should receive my endorsement They complained in this case at the last term of court and the complaint before the Court of Appeals and Jt Is now set forth in thisaflldavitasground- of complaint that the trial judge did not draw the Jury from the wheel The complaint glow Is the affidavit Is also that it is a s atterof impossibility for the defeedantto secure an impar tial jury from the Wkeelso that If the jury do not taeffOa1 the wheel and the Sheriff be fotpermitted to get it upon a special venire it is Impossible for this judge or asy other trial judge to try the case with Jurors fron this county V I have never investigated the politi cat complexion of the juries drawn from the wheel and I wf fiettbat pesr I wish however j make Ibis state meat that I believe that I have raIls hale iiferBMLlioftupo tkifMbj ot that whilst the juries la thlseoenty reay be OMituUd priBoijwllyfrow poUt cal party I save Poliahle feter alttiL baiucit and just after the trial was had here In this case that In the home county of the defendant outof 36 jurors drawn there was but one Democrat out of the 36 That may have been one of the accidents of the volutions of the jnry wheel It may have been that Democratic Juror with a few others only possessed the necessary qualifications that justified the jury commissioners In placing the names in the wheel It is a matter I have nothing to do with Jury commissioners arc selected be cause of their supposed knowledge and Integrity of the fitness of men whose names they shall place in the wheel to perform Jury service There is another thing that I desire to call attention to It is not in that affidavit but it Is within the knowl edge of the court and it Is within the knowledge of the attorneys for the fense It seems to me if they desired to take this course the matter should have been attended to in the regular way More than a week ago I was applied to by the defendants counsel for an order removing the defendant to this county In order as was stated that he might consult his counsel and be more convenient to them than at Frankfort rhere was no legal or mor al obligation upon the Judge to grant that order but as a matter of favor to the defendant and of courtesy granted that order Our Horses In South Africa That the American horse and mule possess qualities of size strength and hardihood unequaled by tbose of other nations has been proved by the record of their work during the Boer war Most of the animals used for military purposes have been Imported from the United States Horses from other countries can stand the climate but they cannot stand the work and cli mate together while the animals from this country especially the mules live longest and do the most work In South Consul General Stowe of Cape Town is of the opinion that the demand for our horses and mules is likely to increase rather than decrease after the close of the Boer war Our export trade in horses In South Africa has Increased wonderfully dur- Ing the past two years During 1899 amounted to only 816600 In 1900 this trade increased to 988000 In the fiscal year 1001 ended last June the horses exported to Africa were worth 3463000 and the mules nearly 83000000 Nearly all these animals were needed for military purposes and were subjected to usage that killed or wore out large numbers of them Be cently the authorities have been sell ing animals unfitted for army use off ering them atnominal prices to farm ers who have suffered losses of live stock during the war Undoubtedly Consul General Stowe is correct in his prediction that there will be an urgent demand for many thousands of American horses aud mules on South African farms as soon as farming and stock raising arc re sumed A trade built up during war will continue in peace The war has destroyed most of the native horses The Boerscommanded large numbers of farm animals nearly all of which han perished The sacrifice of horses on both sides has been unusually large Many of the Boers will be too poor to buy new horses but all who can wll do so and the British settlers will need large numbers of animals The prices offered are good It is evident that American steak raisers with plenty of good mules and farm horses will have little difficulty in finding a market for their animals during the coming year The very latest swindling scheme Is being worked In the West A merchant receives a circular stating that certain old coins notably old large sized coppers of certain dates are vat liable say from 82 to 875 The circus lar advises him to keep the schedule for the purpose of reference to such coin as may coma in his possession In a few days a stranger enters his store makes some small purchase and in paying for the same exposes a num her of oldfashioned coins about which he presently begins to talk The merchant asks tojsee them and finds that they are identical with those quoted IB lite clrat fabulous prices He offers the aaaa two ten or twenty dole lars p9rbapea8d bc llhePOl88l at a colBj wlptohtileswladlersbuyfrom- Ifew York aad Boston dealers at 12 per bjguired Bathe downt kick himself Mtli to sties tomrketWs p HW M Iierstbi t Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled workmen Long Distance Phone 502 r We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this and adjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed CO OL HHLLFOR Tin Roofiing GutterijLg Repairing COOK STOVES WELL CASINGS AND SAND BUCKETS MADE TO ORDER COLUMBIA KENTUCKY FllrnituroI1FurllituroIWe up Wardrobes Tables Safes Kitchen Cabinets 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 and examine our goods Columbia furnitur6 Pianino Mill Go Harness and Saddles Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant bo suited in my ready made line I am prepared to make exactly what you want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robes whips etcrJ W JKOKTVtKN Columbia Itentuc- lcyRUZSELkLk SPWGS HOTEIl KIMBLE KY oho Is now open for the traveilnt public the year round It Is a large commodious build- Ing as the picture Inmdicates and is run firstclass In every particular 460 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop LIBERTY COLLEGE GLASGOW KY TwentySeventh Session Begins Sept 5 1901 Faculty of ten competent Instructors Literary Music Art Elocution Business and Normal Department Equipped with firstclass teachers Glasgow free from saloons location beautiful aud healthful Temrs reasonable For catalogues and particulars apply to J H BUBNETT A M President GEO J BURNETT A M Vice President THEAMERICAN INVESTMENT flpyasIncorporatedCAPITAL eo25OOf OC XXHXMttWT f M fi all ctmtpocMlMce to H iFJOPPIOE J iMT N iYc 1fIiID MH oi C 1 ll j t TIll kWIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY Tilt dairgouI1ty Newso INCORPORATED 8 RARRI8 EditorCRAS t DeDocrat4 newspaper devoted to theinter eats of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counUcl Entered at tbe Columbia Paatomceassecond- olae mafl matter SUASORIPTN g1TPS f100E YRR SIX MONTIIS STRIOTLYIN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY OCT 23 Democratic Ticket For State Senator ISAAC A STORYw For County Judge x J P DOHONEY Sn ConntyAttocnoy tfAS GARNETTJR ifSheriff DR S P MILLER County Court Clerk- P T OOOLEY Jailer S H MITCHELL l Assessor 0 GJEFFRIES j Surveyor BTMcGAFFREE Coroner LEONARD FLETCHER SuperintendentJOHN FLOWERS The President dont object to having a big negro at his social functions Tho Democrats of this county should keep busy from now until the election In stamping under tile rooster you vote in favor of the masses and against the classes Joseph F Smith is now the head of the Mormon Church He succeeded the late Lorenzo Snow Whatwould Old Hickory have done if negro had slightly inti htltedth t he desired to dine with WhimIt is settled that the new Ma sonic Temple will be built on the corner of Fourth and Jefferson F Louisville Booker T Washington the neg- ro educator dined at the White House and with President Roose velt last week i Mr Wattersou may be a candiI datofor Governor but the people will never believe it until a paper Eiu itFJohn W Yerkes wants the Congressional representation in thej South cut down and made a speech to that effect in Washing ton last week- Internal RevenueCol lector Comj of the Sixth Kentucky dis P1ingorewill probably continue it office There is no record at th White House that the late Presi dent had any intention of remov f Ving him r C The Schley Court of Inquiry is still 3f proceeding but he has a harder fight now to obtain his rights than he had f to demolish the Spanish fleet There f Is not a doubt In Ceveras mind as to who did the work for him the great J balk of American citizens know and trh x C fcalleve that Schley was robbed of the f i t r honor and emoluments of that victory and ty walt tfi set whether cthe rob bliss kill receive thfe iatictlons olttfe y M r 1 t A great effort is being made by Americans torescne Miss Stoue from Bulgarian Brigands The amount demanded is 4110000 d niless this amount is forthcoming her life will be taken and then Tur key will have to answer for the crimeMy friend Ed Parker a handsome man has entered the race for the Republican nomination for Congress in the Eleventh district Credit is due Hon John DV hite for the quoted expression in this paragraph and who will camp upon Mr Parkers trail when he begins the canvass The world is full of religious cranks The Spiritualists of the city of Rochester New York aret striving hard to save Czolgosz from the electric chair not that they aro Anarchists or in sympathy with them but through fear that the assassins spirit will return and attempt other and weaker spirits to commit crime Speaking of the Powers trialM and the abuse that is being heap ed upon Col Campbell by the as sassination papers The Paducah NewsDemocrat has ths to say Now listen for the abuse of Col T C Campbell at the hands of the assassination organs By the way it may not ben fact general ly known to republicans in this part of Kentucky that the man de funded by Col Campbell and hose light sentence resulted in tho Cincinnati sigh was subse queutly pardoned by McKinley while Governor of Ohio Wonder organsiisrY We are informed that Mr A R Feese has harkened to the call of his many friends who desire tli ho should become a candidate for Magistrate in the Cane Valley District and his position for a place on the Democratic ticket was filed last week Mr Feese is a man well and thoroughly qualified to fill the position for which he seeks in a manner that will redound to the good of the county He js a Democrat in principle and party affiliation and while he appears on the political battlefield at a late day in the campaign feelcortainthat the people of h district irrespective of politic views will give him a sufficient vote as to insure his election Cane Val1eycouldnotelecta better man and its good nqqa1ified me that should be selected to impor taut positions f A dispatch from Memphis has the following to say concerning the President and Booker T Wash ington The action ot President Roosevelt in dining with a negr has been the main topic discussed here today A local paper has in terviowed a number of politicians among which were leading Southern Republicans The consensus of opinion prevails that the new President has made his first mis take Although the President had adopted a policy to rehabilitate Republican party of the South the Washington incident will i Rlpabiparty in exact ly the same position it has hereto fore occupied and will proven t the addition of recruits from thoe Democrats who might have been anxious Ito join Local newspa pore give space to strong editorials denouncing the Presidents actions The SouthernJournals now de nouncing Teddy the President for dining with Bboker T Washington the most prominent nags ofthe entire country were givin him gentle pats on the back a few days ago for recognizing Southern Democrats We are not surprised that he invited Booker to din with him that they have 1from the same cupset an exam Roosevelet tries to go all the gaits He ajj pointed a Democrat recommended by the negro Washington and he likewise blessed a Republican in South Carolina recommended by McLaurin who claims to be a Democrat The great bulk of the intelligent people of the country will not endorse such a course if Mr Roosevelt desires social equal ity no American will not object so far acthe is concerned but as the highest official otfVur government t hewillrfe held responsible in hia attempt to bring the two racs to tin MUM w iul ijjml t j 7 ii f f Ir 4r jTheitrIal ofJCiileb Powere 1lhJfinished this week andlwhlle the asp s 3ssl nation organs of this btate are seeking to stir up prejudice asserting that be is not being fairly trfed the Commonwealth has made such a strong case that there is no hope for acquittal 16 is a hard task to defend murder bard to conceal the members of that glpantlc plot who took the life of Mr Gpebel It is top difficult and can not be done hence the papers In sym patby are crying out unfair motbrds There Is not a doubt in our mind as to the guilt of Caleb Powers Finley Taylor and others and that they can have a fair trial It is not justice tbeyseekj they do not want a fair trial but a trial that will result In acquittal We ask the sheets now denouncing Judge Can rill and defending Powers if they dorse murder Do they believe every man a liar who glues damaging testi m ony in the trial Answer ye organs that are bringing accusations against the Courts and seeking the liberation of every man accused of the crime Do you endorse assassination If not defend the gang that murdered r Goebel Additional Locals Pastor W ft Cave Is now attempt- Ing to ascertain from his church in this town whether or nota series of meetings arc desired He will visit all the members and if he receives en couragement sufficient will Invite an able divine to assist him in such a meeting We desire to say that a meeting of this kind isbadly needed in this town Qur church needs it and we believe every member should make an effort to bring about such a meet ing and receive the moral and spirit ual standing of our church and community Mr WSs Henderson who lives in West Virglanla who will do the drill fog for the Columbia Oil Company in Wayne county has arrived upon the grounds with his outfit Drilling will wellats ve e the Columbia Company will drill good well of preen oil was found la vcck Persons who have been on the grounds and surveyed the territory compannas any o fields It will be remembered that so time ago trouble arose in the Glenville drawlplace or Miss Emmaline Lapsley of Russel both ladies having taught wethe school the same year It claimed that a trustee for one of t theIone of the teachers Miss Smythe in stltuteda suit in the Adair circuit court for her pay and the case was de TIne Court of Appeals affirmed the judg ment of the lower court The cost in the suit will have to be paid by Miss Smythe and it will amount to about one hundred dollars Hudson Thomas son of Dr G A Thomas of Horse Cave who removed ofrom this county some years ago and Jas Divine got into serious trouble in Dr Thomas barn several days ago The following Information concerning the difficulty we gathered from Mr Jake Bailey who is a citizen of Horse Cave The two men were alone and it is believed they got Into a dispute while gambling Thomas was cut sev oral times one of the gashes extend- Ing across the shoulder from arm to arm another under the right lung the third one across the abdomen severing severaltacross nose was broken After the fight the two men walked out of the barn and stroller leisurely down the raod They were observed by several parties but no one troubleewas reached Hudson stepped inside picked up a double barreled shotgun loaded with bird shot and emptied both bar refs into divines face and heal It is believed that both par ties will recover Jamestown Oct 21 1901 AdalrCountyNews Today was the opening of the call term of the Russell Circuit Court A 0largecrgwdin town and busl nessf air courtgthe grad jury in session The follow ing ent1eman made up the panel J IL Smith G SVBexroat Warner Rex roat Jno Sullivan Logan Absher O FdCoffey Jno S Hill J O Neese The petit will not bs swora in until tomorrow After Judge Jones had in structed the grand jury he addressed tbo Republicans urging them to stick together in the coming election A thecounty candidates are in town and at this writing the Republican office seekers are addressing the people the Democratic candidates refusing to speak They are active however and befcandidate for State Senator will speak this afternoon The d8phone llnfrom Jahez tq Bart has beta 4HQ pibted connecting the fom r placawtt tyiiB liae A HibkM rvJ P who 1ttaar tkcelttkera II 1 d J i J 1JJaSi Garnett Jr of Columbia Bffejpit a dar here lastIsee fjF JV W Walker oFfGre burg spent Saturday night and Sunday in our town- Wilmore Moss are receiving a brand now stock of Fall goods Onrt Bell of Columbia passed through here Sunday en route for Rod Lick Anyone wanting tb buy eight fir ten cotton mules ready for the market would do well to coins to this place Mrs Emily Burton will leave in a few days for Paris Texj when- she will spend several mouths wit her brother W E Walker A B Wilmore was in Greens burg one day last week on business Misses Bessie Coffey and Lena Todd of Columbia werothe guest of Miss Clara Wilmore Saturday night Mr G Flowers of Logan county id visiting relatives in our town HA Walker bought of George ranco two head of young cittle for 325Q Poke Mitchell of Edmonton was in our place lost Saturday and bought a thorough bred pig of W L Grady for 5 Mrs P H Davis of Russell ville is at the bedside of her sick father P A Moss W L Grady made a trip to Cave City laet week to deliver four two and threeyearold Peacock L L Wells of that city for You may soy what you please about that stock of horses butthe y will sell for the top prices Mesdames L M Wilmoro and D A Grady have been very sick for the past week W Bradshaw and wife aColumbia spent one day lust week with Mrs W AVVilmore Mr Allen Pile and wife of Co lumbia were the guest of Mr G T Flowers and wife last Sunday dauoRme h ter of Red Lick passed through hero Saturday en route for Colum bra MrpW A Wilmore and son A Lsudinheg r n Our Sheriff Mr Hurt was in our midst last Saturday looking after taxes and serving notices on boys beL who has been conducting a meeting at Uui church for two weeks closed t meeting last Sunday night There were 15 professions and several ad ND MARBLE GRANITE litisto the hurch Uud rher thochurchend community tdve beertgreatly revivedi The teachers nssbciaticm last Saturday was fairly attended and the exercises were goodespecially the speech made by ExGov Hind man of Columbia The teachers in both districts were present or had a representave The day no doubt was well n and great improvement advanced in the mode of teaching PELLYTON Will Rector of Dunville was here Thursday J1T Pelley was lo Casey county ba business one day last week PerrymanhJohn Flowers candidate for School Supt W4S here last week It is said that Mr Flowers will geta large vote In this part of the county Mr Cooley the photographer will leave In a frw days Miss May OlementsofOlementsville is here with her millinery goods Otha Pelly left Thursday to vlsitlhis sister Mrs P H Zearbeaugb of Portland Ind He will probably be absent until Spring Mr Walter of Campbellsville was here this week ii the interest LumbcrClmItnrJ oar day this week Mr Thomas IIardln of Watson and Miss Pearl Lemon of this place were married Thursday Rev John Rice of Watson officiating Mr Hardin and wife left for their home at Watson immediately after the ceremony May success and happiness crown their forts W R Lyon called on our merchants last week JlyIttupsMr D K Polly wi visit the lattjrddaughter at Portland Ind about the llr t of December fnstIplace Rev Leslie Bottoms officiating After the ceremony the happy couple left fur Illinois who re they will reside May their Journey be long and prosper ous is the wish of their many friends O a an a Millin6fU 0 D 6 n i 0 i After 0spending three weeks in Louisville and Cincinnati markets we have the most complete- lineotgoodseverbrought to Columbia and invite our friends to call and see our goods before buying u Very Respt Bradshawho i ci Miss Eifie BradshawJ cocco CRCA DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Leianon Marble Works e LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of gDltaPRICIER LOW VVOeK QVARANTEED 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 WMFJEFFilJES Local Agent Columbia Ky TO THE FARfllNQ ELEMENT j J Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat Drills Wagplis Harness Sadlesr Bridlesl MeldiSeedgand fertilizes for saleJ W F JEFFRIES S N CQjUi111r eiituk f 11 si5AS H n FEES UNDERTAKER COLUIvIBiA KY Oases Caskets Bunial Robes and everything of the newest designs in my line I am prepar ed to answer all calls day or night Can furn ish a fine hearse at a very reasonable price HARRY B PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PTNB COr MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Secondhand and New riachineryI OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS BaineTel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisvillea = Kentucky Highe School COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 0 1856 0SESSION OF 1901 1902 46th YEAR OPENS SEP 23 1901 o preparingllfor or methods of instructionImproved building PJIIXCIPALS LUC EXDOWKD For catalogue term or other information address Yis 1 IEstablished 1827 FOR f STILe I ss WATCHES 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 catalogguc free to anyone sending us their address Reference this paper IRION GIKAKDET CO 404 TV Marker ImiMillr E i iuchy ENTERPRISE HOTEL ILOUISVILLE KY FRA COUNTY Brat 100 per day Hotel hi the city Absolute Sault faction Guaranteed- The of Merc hunts Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited Chas F Gans Bro Proprietors WoodS Greensburg Lewis aeacuoxs Bro 11 Have just rpceived three car loads of Bug gies Carriages and Farm Wagons 100 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer Au Immense Stock Dry Goods Clothing and beloW G T BLACKLEY KLIN rmtronage II1IIsIndependent Tobacco Warehouse t I BLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietor 1 Auction and FrrvaVtei Sales ODaiiv i RETURNS PROMPTLY lADE LQuilvmeXPMtt1hs l L y againI ypMLL SHOMIS OPEN11lVIt ovisit my store before buying Fall and Winter Supplies I will not only save you money but will give you the more for less money My stock of Dry Goods is full and complete in nd ettI j to call and inspect my stock You will find my notion department lull to the brim My stock of dress trim m inga was neve i so complete I do not hesitate to state that I willsell derwear cheaper than you can buyany where having bought during the Summer months direct from Manufacturers I know I can save you money Ifyou have an idea of a suit or call and see M y Suits fits as well as any tailor you can buy My stock of pants is full all new and stock Our Boys am also well for the Boys and and can show suits all My stock of is also very have just added new all wool that is my at I corn sell you of same rl MJ W R Lyon Was here Friday Mrs Mary 8 Bowman Augusta III is visiting in this county Mr Henry M Kemp was quite sled several days of last week Mr and MrsRob of Breed log were in town Monday Mr Ed Hamilton of Metcalfe count waS in last Sunday Mr Jake S Bailey Horse Cave was taking orders here a few days ago C S Harris returned from a trip to Virginia lastweek Mr Bollin Hurt was in Louisville last week on professional business Dr Ruel Jones of Stanford made a flying visit to this county last week Mr J BCoffey dealer In fine horses son a business trip to Atlanta Ga Messrs Ben Ed Rpwe and BUI spent in Elroy Well DrF of Glasgow Is vis iting Eld Z T Williams this county Al Sinclair who Ins been in the great West for two years returned last week week Mrs NW Miller of is visiting her mover and friends in t ts county Robertson daughter o lr v tso 0 was seriously illr G last week tteson and son To trip to Green county Mr E T u cca IOn AII atory Mr Thos Cravens who wis da eill last week L Improved Mr Marvin Vaughan and wife o Russell county wereln Columbia shop ping last Mr Charles Carter of Lincoln coup ty is visiting his iincltv lIlrSA Inthis county Judge M H RVrer Middlwboro Was at the bedside Jir Thos Cra yens a day or two of last week Erastus who has been t 1 a wI Dress Goods Department Mystock of Dress is Spaco will not allow me to mention all kindsof vices but call and see their No to show you Gents Clothing buying Faultless andovercoats made clothing Buckeye designs in Department- I prepared Children at prices Carpets some figures in ingrains uptodate Grocery Department still offering bargains produce exchange highest and Thanking you patronage continuance W L Walker ColumbiaMENTION Campbellsvllle Breeding Columbia rfMr Frank Sunday weUknovntiav Bradfordsville MISMagdc weeksmlehaV flute Jmlenrheumatism severaldayiof somewhat Saturday McKInley goods complete trouble overcoat styles complete Mr Lewis Triplett and his daughter Campbellsclhc lrtr J O Russell and Mrs mule ilurrell left Tuesday morning for Louisville and Cincinnati to purchase goods Mr B Cravens and daughter Line vine Iowa and several sisters of Mr Cravens were visiting In Columbia lay Friday Mr Wm Irvin of Camp Knor in as town Monday and gave this once tortheIrvin Loy and Robt Strange who have been in Texas fofseveral months returned to their homes in thIs county Monday Dr Thomas Jones and wife are visit lug their daughter Mrs James Clay ton near Creelsboro whose child is very sick Mrs Kate Smith who met with an accident last week while decendinga is rapidly improving and will soon be out Presiding W G Shelley taro w at home at the District Parsonage on goodhavings coot ette Antle near White Oak who i very low with typhoid fever Mrs Lou Schooling and vfr last week returned home Monday Mr John 0 Dohoney and wire a bmbeen afflicted wish spinal trouble sometime to Louisville last week for Ureatment RpllinHurtJasF R Wintrel and Garnett Montgom- erylawyers of this bar are attending the Russell Circuit court wfho ohavla re arD bf Illrswho ie a da j tuie tsiea swholast Summer return1 t OolainW satettbs Y3 c cb thlsiwisoa J I r I Ladies Misses Capes and Jackets My line of Capes and Jackets can not be equaled anywhere All my styles are the newest uptodate no oldstyles Come and see them A nice complete line for Misses and Children that we are selling ex tremely low All in stairway Elder city LOCAL JOTTINGS Only thirteen days until the election Stamp under let your vote go Galllgbar An Infant daughter of Mr Zolicaffer Bennett died last night cords hickory wood stereo W L WALKER twoafor sale They are ready for the market IIhave a cow and calf for sale JUNE WILLIS XJIStrayed A red heifer will about 400 pounds She is dehorned Notify this office and a reward will be paid loppaICampbe1isvlUecharged fwlth selling liquor Three cents for dried apples ute for eggs 220 for good flour So for chickens goods at cash prices- W L WALKEB Only a few more days remember la arespeople will nothave to waitlMg 16 know A man named Whallen was found CityG bereland thrown in the well Mr E W Ilopeweli one of the pro prletprs of the Columbia Livery wa a kicked upon the leg by a berseime day last wack tie waS notreertoosly hart ilalbtf located1Grecnsburgroadaed tiColubl Itooata4gslis ltcresr t5h cultivation a good dwelliBp s Jeedfd- Touog ilrbhardn tK81tor WRter iratet hand for stdck and all erflTripWttColtrsubla i f Rugs and Trucks My stock of Rugs is new and design perfect and prices so low you can affordto buy several Calland see them Have a nice line of Trunks large and small prices small i i are of for uusly weigh Rend W L Walkers advertisement It tells the tale The day for the Hessian fly is gone put in your wheat and gather corn Mr L O Stone and Miss Mattie Munah of Montpelier were marrJed Sunday Mr M A Sutherland whose family has been so severely afflicted is now down with fluxrMr Willis Lop and Miss Edn Strange of Glensfork were united Jn matrimony last Sunday Mr B M Bumgarner and Miss Lula May Thomas took the sotomn vows of matrimony last Sunday Uncle Solomon Turpen will preach at Oak Grow Schoolhouse the first Sunday in next month at 11 am Eld PO Shearer was stricken last Sunday with something Ute paralysis At this writing he is said to be Im proving and we trust that he will recover KempSs young sell the best Fertil gcwhatu lose prices on all grades They guarantee the Horse Shoe Brand to be th best SmitfrJfc ShetJilt will handle tobacco again this season atCotaabia and Will pay the highest market price Those wishing to sell at once will please not i fy uSor leave sample at the Marchm Hotel 2t FOR SAIK One KentHcky Wheat good order one Disc narrow one pair second hand Falrbank Scales also one second hand Sewing Machine Will sell cheap octrade for ypantr cat tile W L WAwotK Xrs Mollie FertlBe Little Bock irk who tos been viglblBg her sister Pellyillton of imctweek Her ricJce Miss LVflale M rsWlij OMpllny her heaae x Ul enter cheoJJBlh tcityrj TM fertlliztrs teat have stub d the test for years that ate wheataRd tholbulldlngust ad Gtofee and Hatioaal brands Theres ones better Get o prices WJJJlFBDHI s SOk Cjrtunbii Ey t t now will the Republican papers o J Kentucky explain toe case of Tcdd and BookerSMr John M purchased f Campbell Bros a large stock of gener al merchandise wbilein Louisville last week Mrs M JMurrcll Is now confined to her bed the result of a ankle While in Lebanon last week on her home from a vlst in Iowa and slightaar rival home the next day was compel flwillUncle Billy Waggoner who lives a few miles from Columbia is the oldest person in the county If h lives until next June be wilt be ninety years Qt age His general health good and he gets about remarkably well for a person so advanced in years No one has to attend him and be shaves himself regularly every week He Is taking excellent cars of himsel with the hope that he will live to th- ceaturymatk MJColeman a United States Dep utyMarshall struck this county last ek 3ethe eastern portion of the county wa arrested and locked up charged wit selling liquor without license Thurs day night the Marshall visited the Mllltown country and arrested John and Isaac McCallister charged with making bia gad lodged in jail It is said that Burton makes no dental of the charge agalnstrblm A large barn which belonged to Dr JJ Booker Camp Knox was consum edbyiire last Thursday sight Th ccocropof bay The fire occurred atll oclock at sight and was a mere accident that the Doctors residence and store souse was not burned Dr Booker and his wife were in Louisville at the tiae Two corn cribs and a good lot 6troyedItwHbytbc Mlgkoors wfco bad gatherel n topre yet their dwelling from flf burn 1tdOidy a small iusurauco was on the erceeiJi600tKr l1- f r celebrated guarantee Grouts Furnishing Goods all the newest in in Neckwear Hosiery and all furnishings must FCO them Mens hats andcaps in large variety and price Get for whilejyou have assortment to I have all sizes Windows and Doors price not forget We kinds taken market prices buy goods cheap asking KYR PERSONAL theroosterand tWANTEDStz prognoetlcals ThcywerebroughttoColn Mrs Susan ell DeadI The subject of this sketch was born- eptember Canp Knox Octoberre thus the good oil ae of years and four months She was mar reed to Mr James il Russell Septem ber 16th 1837 he having preceded her to the grave In April 1896 in his 88th year For several weeks Mrs Russell had been in a feeble state of health but was not in a dangerous condition until pneumonia set up three or tour days prior to her death She was the only surviving member of the old ferny I of Mltchelsso well and favorably in this section of country and whose sense of honor and uprightness of life was so thoroughly a part of theea Chrislala and mother and lived to see sher chrlldren three sons and two daughters become useful and influent lal In her declining years in the last hours of her life she was the recipient of love and devotion from her children Allecould do did not stay the cold hand death but the satisfaction of the donors can not be measured or erased The deceased was the mother of Mr nts Louisvillehwere at the home on Sunday at 2 oclock by Rev T F Walton after which the body waslutcrcd in thecity A mothsmsave those who have passed through a similar ordeal Family KeUniou One day last week Mr BB Cravens haes e past forty years the idea that a day could be happily spent onI the grounds where ho and his sisters were reared the old ElljabI Cravens place on the waters of Ru sells creek two and a half miles from town Accordingly his five sisters Mrs Malinda Montgomery Mrs Ann Garnett Mrs Fannie Pierce Mrs J P Hancock and Mrs W D Hancock thehusbands of two nd the children of the whole party and Mr Cravens and his daughter weal to the sitewhero the older ones core IIgfrlhoodIt had been forty yrars slscu 5If Oravn Jeft that tome and rn D1 l9 V Mens Ladles and Children slices I have a nice line of Mens Ladies and Children shoes I have shoes all kinds and all prices from finest patent kid to a cheap split shoe I have them all have just bought out a largo lot am selling them at wholesale cost Manss Shoes I am still selling the Manss Shoe and every pair I sell or replaced with anoth er pair Have things Gents kinds You them to appreciate small ready Winter a good from atlowest Do will your past I JTaylor Epperson Wednesday Drllliu Campbell sprained Rus l8t1815at reaching conducted cemetery conceived partially ihetattcr changes ha1 take a iibc Tbe old homestead where he spent so many happy days and nights were gone the dear old father anti mother who boric him farewell when be skirted on his Western tilp were long since tune to their rewardsad but never to be gotten memories lie drives them awayand takes up more pleaslnt elections The yard and trees and the scenery about the old place look famil iar and here the group spread and par took of a bountiful dinner It was a happy evcat a day at the old huuo stead that will never be forgotten For Stile s My farm contriving 87 acres on Sul phur York creek four miles from Neats bunt and about three miles from Eunice Adair county Kentucky known as the Levi Jones farm This farm has40 acres in cultivation and the remainder in timber wellwateredtand buildings all new ooly onefourthfmile from schoolbouse and from the main Columbia and Stanford road This farm ran be bought cheap ind on easy terms by calling on W F 0NeatatigSC NEAT Ruleville Mississippi 0000 Capt W E Cabell of Green county who served his country in the Philip pine War returned to his old home in Green a few days ago Coming from the hot climate of the Philippine Pa clficatioa into the frosty nlgtrs of American SoVcreignty Capt Cabell is a little Indisposed but we trust bo will soon be able to stir out and take theJrhandshakes of his many friends In section Mr John M Campbell of Ptllyton Lhas secured a position with Green 5 Sons Louisville wholesale Boots and Shoes Mr CaaipbcU Hill call ou the y i tuefchacts of ten or twelve counties ia siutb central Kentucky including JAdair He is an experienced chant a true gentleman and we r speak for him success in hiss new weeks work He goes upon the road merj frt Ed Lodger a moonshiner of y Green river section of country whose irecord for law breaking is so well partothuGists t Court laet week to the char e of klngvblskeywlthout Government license and was fined 8500 and a jail Lodgerdyears and has given the Federal officers as Riuch t ti1 la as any man ih the blsidry 6f moousliluiug f j Remarkable Record Mr and Mrs Peter Stausely two old colored people who reside SnotUi of Sandusky 0 are the old est couple in Ohio if not in the United States for their wedded life covers a period of n few days over 88 years All of that timo thoy have spent in the neighbor hood where they now reside They came to Ohio when it was a wild erness and where they were married August 10 1818 the year- that Illinois changed from terri tory to statehood They have seen Ohio changed from a prime val solitude to a great Common wealth dotted with wonderful cit iesPeter Staneley when a lad of 15 years of age stood on the shores of Lake Erie and saw Perry win his victory over the British off Put in bay He saw Sandnsky when the only building was a log cabin kept by a Vyandot Indian named Garrett who kept a tavern for the I occasional traveler passing over the Sandusky trail He lived for a while in Ft Faree which stood north of what is now Sandusky and which was erected by William Henry Harrison in his campaign against the British and the Indians in the war of 1812 Mr Stansley or Uncle Peter as he lies been called for the last I half century was born in New York in October 1767 His wife Susan was born in 1805 in Ohio and has never been outside of the State Uncle Peter and his wife still possess all their faculties and are full of stirring stories r of pioneer days and the early times in Ohio I Birthday Dinner Editor News Nothing special L to write except a social function which came off on the 10th inst at the residence of Mr 0 L Hardwick the occasion being the 74th anniversary of Rudolph L Winfrey better known as Uncle Rude To attempt to give a full derail is not to be thought ofwere wo capablo Suffice it to say it was a success in every particular The good women of the neighborhood brought baskets aid boxes lutltrned with Btiotautiuh ta say nothing of the delicacies Nearly all the neighbors were present and a delightful day was spent The oldest specimen of paper money has turned up in China at the ageof 534 years Its face value is 167and it purports to be re deemable in silver bullion Its prospects of redemption vanished centuries ago Mrs Ole Bull who lives inI Cambridge Mass has presented the violin used by her husband to tho museum at Bergen It was made by Gasjardo Di Sale in 1532 and was first bought by Cardinal Aldobraudi In the royal household of Eng land a candle once extinguished may never again be relighted with in the precincts of the palace but electric lights may be turned on if rooms become dark Some of tho laundries in Parisj use balloons to dry their garments A bamboo frame is attached to a captvo balloon and the clothes are securely fixed to it The halj loon makes six ascents a day to a height of 100 feet or more The Bear Head Brand Fertilizers from roc to 10 per hundred at R jW Hurts Gadburr Ky or Columbia Kyi Persons who have promised to haul us wood will please bring in afew I bails We wantltcut eighteen Inches 5r n length t 7 It Happened in a r rup Store O ne flay lawIntra lady came to my drug store and asked f a brand of cough medicine tat I dId not have in tock3y3tr C H Grandin tbe cv ljvopuar druggist of Ontario IT y fio was disappointed and wanted lo Iwltoongb preparation I could reccomnicmi I said to ber that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could takcabottleof theremedj and after 0riog It a fair trial if she did nyt find t worth the money to bring back the QttIe and I would refund the price 4paid Jn the course of a day or two Ii i the ladj came back in company with a 1FSfriend in need of cough medicine and r advised her to buy a bottfe of Cbim berlains Cough Remedy I consider I a very good recommendation for E zL5the remedy The remedy owes lU aagreat popularity and eztepelveiMle In r meodatloDi of people who have bsea cureibyit UHfIfill for sue by iL c 4bc tJ ie This Will interest many Botanic Blood D mRD Ii the famous Southern blood purifier quickly cures cancer blood poison pimples bolls carbuncles ulcers eating sores scrofula eczema aching bores joiuts or back rheumatism catarrh and all blood and skin troubles BBBheals cvi ry sore and makes the blood pure and rich B B B the finest blood purifier made Druggists 1Trlal treatment free by writing Biitod Balm Co Atlanta Ga If you want to invest some money in tbe Columbia Oil Co call on or write Wm F Jeffries or any member of the company in this town Court Dunaway Killed his half brother DIHard Brincgar in Estill county Friday night and the next he day be committed suicide to keep from being captured by a possce lie also tried to shoot his wife but failed For sprains swellings and lamenoes there is nothing so good as Chamber lains Pain Balm Try it For sale by 31 Cravens A threeyearold daughter of RaID Porter of Bath county died Sunday in terrible agony from blood poisoning She was bitten on the wrist a few days before by a large spldtr Stepped Into Live Coals When a child I burned my foot rightfully writes W no Eads of Joncsvlllc Vac which caused horrible leg sores for 30 years but Bucklens Aanlca Salve wholly cured mo after everything else failed lufallable for Burns Scalds Cuts Sores Bruises and Tiles Sold by T E Paull 25c The close friends of the dead Pesident have started a movement looking to the erection of a fine- monurnentin Canton Or to his memory The movement is to be natiioual in scope and all the people in the country will be invited to give A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on 0 F Collier of Cherokee Iowa tbat nearly proved fatal It came through his kidneys nis back got so lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in In a except propped by cush- Ions No remedy helped him until he ried Electric Bitters which effected Mich a wonderful change tbat he writes he feels like a new wan This marvel u mrdicine cures backache and kid trouble purities tile blood and btiids up your health Only 50c acT E Paulls Drug Stoe MoKinney Warren a negro boy aged nine years was received tbe penitentiary n few days ago to servo five years for grand larceny FJe is the youngest convict ever ra coivfd at Frankfort Governor Beckham ordered him transferred to tho State Reform school near Lexington Tot Causes Night Alarm One night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs J C Snider of Crilten Ky It sermed it would strangle before we conld get a doctor so we pave it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quickrellef and permanently cured It We always keep it in the house to protect our children from Croup soul Whopping Cough It cured me of a chronic bron ihtal trouble that no then remedy would relieve Infallib le for Coughs Cold ThroTtand Lung roubles floe and 100 Trial bottles free at T E PtulISSawMill for Sale One 20 horse power Can be seen running in Green county This is a now ralllwill sell cheaj For particulars address the Greenhburg Lumber Co Greensburg Ky orangecropoftheapPloaohing partment of Agriculture at be tween 1600000 and 1700000 boxes which will net the growers an perboxthat within five yearn the yieldof oranges in Florida will bo as large as it ever was and an much greater acreage snow planted in groves the crop will continue to increase in size until it reaches enormou proportions It is te opinion of e8I9ryofFlorida State lies in the near future not in the pst anjtiptthereabout him andis eai4 that nce while diiiing out he de- claredthere was a cat itrthe mI nd ireatl lasted A search re vealed the fact that a strange cat had indeed got into tke place and j was nder tfce table T Teachers Awociatioi Program of Teachers Association to be held in Magisterial digSic Nol 1 at Knlfley October 26 Devotional exercises Music by Knifleyclass Welcome addressfB tA Hoylous Response B E Montgomery Object of teachers association and the benefit derived therefrom W D Jones The value of education C E WlIlis Define the study of civil govern went methods of teaching which should be taught first national or state constitution E G Hardwick Music Recitation Miss Lucy Coffey Effects of alcohol tobacco and other narcotls on the blood and nervous system C M Murrell Desired end In teaching J W Flow ers Select reading Miss Mary Boll day How beej teach interest and percent age Plato Wade liow teach reading to beginners Mrs SL Williams NoofiL Music v Should music be taught in thcpub lie schools Miss Sue Baker Becitatlon Miss Docla Wade How ventilate a school room and the importance of teaching physical cul ture in the common schools Dr J C Gose True teachers spirit Jas Judd Recitation Miss Birdie Farris Is the knowledge of grammar neces sary to the correct moot language v Hovious Essay Miss Estelle Willis Education of the common school teacher C A Coffey The correct training of the child the problem of the present S L Coffey RecItation Miss Carrie Harmon What is successful teaching Forest Bradshaw s Music Debate Resolved that there should be an an educational qualification for suffrage Affirmative C E Willis Plato Wade John Flowers Negative W D Jones EGHardwIckS L Cof feyMusic ESTELLB WILLIS Sec Twin Brothers Exactly Alike Sidney and Smith Colemau of Anderson county ore twins They look as much alike as one rabbit does another They married sis ters the wedding being a doubl9 one the same minister performing the ceremony Each has three children the first child of each being a son both being born the same day and in the same house The second child of each is a girl bothmaking their appearance in the world the same day The third ohild of each is a girl they too being born on the same day Telepathy seems to exist betweou the brothers Some time since Smith was at work at home in a field and when he went to dinner ho told the women that Sid who was ten miles away with a thresh er must have hurt his foot for ho had felt a shock at ten oclock Sure enough that afternoon Sid came home with three mashed toes The twins ale 28 years old andweigh identically the same HarrodebnrgJDemocrat I cannot but be evethatl the reason for the standard of Christian life being so low is that we are living on stale manna You know what I mean by that So many people live on their paso experience thinking of tho grand times they had twenty years ago perhaps when they wero cojiverted It is a sure sign that Vretare out of communion with God if wT8Te talking more of the joy and peace and power we had in thepastthan of what we have Pday We are told to grow in gracebut a great many are growing the wrong way The Israelites used to gath er tho mauna fresh every day they are not allowed to storeit up There is a lessen hero for us1 If we would be strong ahd vigorous wemust go tb GpdT clajly A man caano more take a supply of grace for the fature tfeah heican oat enogat day td Tasthim for the next iix monthV 1r ake ump llf ainjtiti 1I gr CipCetot tUtain lifo or ilajeeki to come Wemust4rawt lIPO God7abound leee Bteree of grace from1 day tot dayias we n dit p J Cooiyj iWkatsYeraiWdrt1s SOmeblMeaa forkunet sever it you have a o a diced loe johpvtCihw alf hlotobJc 00 the skaalLsoILhcTroitbe Pll1Kdfplexlon OaIycris iiLt- gDrwMust i k Strayed from our premises onebnckj sheepI Asy Informationwill be glad ly received 3 MURRAY Bites Oct Yoiur2aioney Worth It is hard to appreciate the full val iue of Morleys WOoderInlEihtUntil- you have used it in a score of the emergencies that come In every household Dr T E Barnhart of Clalborne Par ish La says Permit me to say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and found it d good medicine In Pleu risy and Pneumonia Noohlng equals it In relieving pain Price 25 cents Ask your druggist Barclay Boyd a young farmer of Christian couny while possum hunt- Ing fell from u tree and died of his injuries Came Year Dying For three days and nights I suffer ed agony untold from an attack of cholera mqrbus broughton by eating cucumbejs says M E Lowther clerk of i nc district court Centervillc Iowa thought I would surely die and trlec i dzen dlfferenl medicines but all to nopurposc 1 sent for a bot tle of Chiunberlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses re lieved Inc entirely 1 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 oflice is to write to tile manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medicine you make This remedy is for sale by M Cravens Two of tbe fugitive Goebel suspects John Powers and Berry Howard have been located in Ilarlcn and Ball coun ties respectively but the Common wealth Is advised that their arrest at this time would be useless as the County Judges would release them as was done when Powers wasarfested in Knox county Eat What You Like When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia indigestion bcareaburn foul breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will disappear and your clean sed tad awakened system will demand food Sou digestion and sound ap pcti e go together and both follow the use of this time tried remedy Ask your druggist WkNrDAn energetic young man to act as my agent for the SingerMan ufacturicg Co Salary 2500 per mouth Address G B Holt Lebanon Ky Stung Bye Centipede 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 Morleyd Wonderful Eight and apdlled 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 Std by agent In every town The poatoffico department has decided to place President Mc Kinleya head on the new issue of postal cards which will appear af tor December 1next The de sign as explained by acting Post master General fad4jnriwiludei the year of year erf death immediately atHhe left and right respectively of tHo 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