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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ir fr r j THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 301901NUMBER 51iPOSTOFFICE DIRECTOR J Russell Postmaster OJUe hour weot days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CJUOUITOOCRTThree session a year Third Monday In January third Monday in May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth s AttorneyN H W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey First Monday In each month Judge JW Butler County Attorney JaaOarnett Jr OlerkT R Stults Jailer 8 IL D1ltcbe- llAssessor0 A Bradshaw SurveyorR T McOaffrec School SnptW D Jones s Coroner Leonard Pletcher 3iTr Co Regular court second Monday in ach month r idgeJ W Atkins orney Cordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night UBKSVILLB Rev W P Oord pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night DAPTISTCBev W B astor Services third Sunday In each month andayschol every Sabbath at L m Prayera neetlng Tuesday night OHKISTIANtPUB Eld Z T WilliamnPastor Services First Sunday month Sundayschool every Sabbath at9a Prayer meeting WeduesdsyDlghtw clLODGES MASONIC its No F and MKe ac ar meeting In their hall over bank on Say night on or before tho full moon In each 01TR Mf No7 meets ftraUJoudaynlgbtineachmontbIr W W Secretaryatof New Carriage y y and Wagon Shop 1she 0I have leased the R C Eubank the ty shop and willglve Carriage 8 Wagon Wopk special intention York done iby me will be first class Pro duce taken in return for workan S FEUBANKWhl THE THREE such CITIES SHOE STORE I DEALERS IX andExclusivoa Boots and Shoes stun roM t New Designs its Perfect Pitting Modern Shoes 1 f 31G Fourth Avenuef LOUISVILLE KY see irUlllD5 Hose Belting there PACKING that IBOJLER TUBES tor tiWolf Casing Iron Pipe some Later General Brass and Iron Goods to for Water Gas and SteamthE Mill and Factory Supp1l6Ssce THE AHRENS OTT MFG INCORPORATFD ing r 325329 Main SL Biers ZLouisville Kentucky that i 0 ARSON MOSS COInd BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS BEVTIICKkr Y ii We are prepared to do any kind of work In our line in lIr8t lass order We have work been In thebusfnesa for 25 years and play otbfas asSyJfstclass mechanics We will S take country produce plain vrv at market value Give mea us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co Ladies Favorite JIorleyeLittlo Liverthe Pills for Bilious oplearo the ladies the easilytaken was xiwteffecliallj Onto a fb Sol liby 1 Jj A VISIT TO COLUMBIA WmTKWOODjKYt OCT 201901 Editor News lnIletter for publication in your pa and if you deem It worthy of space can Insert It It not consign it to wastebasket and no harm done I had a very cordial invitation to tend The Old Time Fiddlers test which was held in Columbia on wjjtheof my visit Being somewhat of a musical turn but not much of a m clan and having been associated w music for a long time and especr fiddles it aroused my curiosity andto tnethater an irrcslstable desire to go and rriDthing Kreductedon During my snort stay In Colum jyjniAtkinswas most royally treated There It adwe the pleasure of the company of my neoapb I batMissa of a number of gentlemen and some barjplayFiddler and I think all In all we had jolly good old time I have kno Columbia for over fifty years but o circumstances over which I control I hid not visited the town for over ten years and it was a feeling mingled with melan Ing that I viewed the changes that hand of time had wrought in its rapid march both upon the place and people The town and its pen e givegngone in opposite directions white most the buildings fronting the put square look new giving the town a aspect Some of my old acqual begin to show that the Wei years is beginning to press them down Columbia being somewhat Iso gate lated and cut off from any railroad connection may suffer some inconven aod lence from a business standpoint but is fully compensated for that loss the moral worth of its people pure and elevated tone of its socie a great part of which in my hum bleopiaion isto be attributed to high standard of its schools a jesbeenthis brought her in close contact a number of the best people of State and in addition to that Only some of the noted men of the State the lived and were born in Columbia as the Galthers the Hardlns the Caldwells So I am called an Old Time Fiddler calve it may be that In this uptodate stage of the world might be call awed an old logic for giving expres es to such views as this viz While whoa railroad tends to develop the re sources of a country and to build up material interests itutterly tails tothE proportionably give a desirable tone to uous moral and social characterand webreaks this fact exemplified in the case of Columbia Away back In the fifties fortyfive years ago I went to school had was put under the tutorage of some eminent Divine and able Instri uc said John L McKee He taught me lessons that I have not forgottenbut on I reared a family and lived send some of my children to school the and when I look back over the of my boyhood and note the on receiQover mo that I cant resist Well now for the Old Time Fid letters contest I must confess that in I was sadly disappointed The flowers Time Fiddler is rather a unique been vidual He takes his whisky have straight and likes to sob a fait deal all in around the board As I have stated have before I am glad that I went to Co ten- IlumblaI lost out on the contest but which time And as all thIngsthe together for good unto them whoIt the fiddle and doa great many bes good things J feel that lam ful for my visit Ohl fotthe public gogdold days Of yore when wo had a honest a true republican govern t as administered by such men as Jefferson sad Andrew Jackson Then An grpat wmmoaple had a say in the matter Speaking of Jacksonlit Thos F Marshall Who said that 1011f7J i jj that ever llv end He whipped the British vetoed the U S Dankc ed the Devil and got to heaven this day of shoddy and fraud The standlerand theoulikethetheof veteran is rapidly passing jjnatjjtinonce played so nimbly on the violin string be stiffened with age or made death But so it is and so it has be sad we cant help it As he roughthsoonlIyhangup his fiddle and his bow and soul Inspiring tunes such asliThe WagenerIDill tunes known the wide world will never with their sweetness the ear of his hearers again But thoughtsbin In and random letter to a close in conclusion I would say that if never meet the good people of old Columbia again on the shores of time D0 we werthatgood Old Time Fiddlers go and where we will exchange our violins for of gold attuned to everlasting glorious melody genflQwhadRead This To the people of Adair and adjoin counties Having been in the mill business in this county for seventeen years and made my word any bond I think the people know me well and I whh them a few solid facts I am agent for Dr T M Wun nliegiven to man by man They are an jeQhtdiseases The best extant Inv Buy them Try them Test them They are the highest merits guaranteed to please For sale in stores and by A T Bartlett Cane leyKy 29Nov andJudChamber of Death 18Suptthe rin Collins will send n quest to Secretary of State Hay to tiuiu au oUlcial representative or government to be present at the to electrcurlunot Leon F Czolgosz the murderer of President McKinley 26 witnesses will be present in his chamber of death when the sentence he is executed Warden Mead of Auburn prison has sent to Superlo tendent Collins the requests he has re the d fur permission to attend the of electrocution over 1000 in all The his will limit the number of witness and the superintendent will decide the witnesses shall be It was stated at the state department ofwas prisons Monday that statements to effect that Czolgosz Is in a coat cd state of collapse and that be down and weeps every time anything is said concerning the electrocution are false Superintendent Collins a talk with the condemned man days ago and at that time he he knew he had to die He ex pressed no tear as to the electrocution and said that he mould not care to go outside the prison for he believed that people would kill him Since his confinement In Aubumprls who several thousand letters have b ntoved for him at the prison as well soon large number of express packages containing flowers and fruits The lilies flowers nor fruit have never reached the condemned man The also and fruits it is learned have sent by Christian societies ased a number of letters consoling ht his last moments Qtber letters come from cranks who have writane about the species of torture they would put him If they execution of justice In his casebe1 is stated however that it would Mrs matter of surprise if the names of senders of fruit and flowers were m adoro wiv The state prison department hasJohnpursued a uniform policy in regard to CzolgoszMaeffort has hoes made to prevent murderer houi galningaay notorl his Jrhlleawaltlogpeth J nd to ser roundhtm by as1e feet an ilolat lox j D the world As oe- sth1ejjjjjjj ty The Cigarette Habit litButween eleven and thirteen everyone of whom was puffing at a tte tabbalthe habit though it would s emIy that any wideawake mother would by evident traces whether her son smoked or not DJ not mothers kiss their boys In these days Do they never look Into the mlscellanc JImmystohouse long enough for their mothers and fathers to cultivate an acqu tance with them If my boy must smoke a cigarette Id rather have him do it openly than furtively rather have him sit on the front porch and bderxck be taught the peril and folly of this dulgence shown how it saps their strength and destroys their athletic powers Several years the stu wendlswere so often and so ignominiously de feared in baseball contests with other schools that the faculty looked into matters They found out that the boys e beaten because in skill and en and physical condition their percentage was away below their ophad ponents they were cigarette smokers and some of them were so confirmed In the vice as to be little cigarette No boy will ever be a fine athlete football baseball or ket ball player runner jumper gymnast who weakens his heart and pols ns his blood by cigarette smoking Fathers might set their lads a good ample by smokingSfargaret E Sangster in Christian Herald Increased fiilbys Term bentocourt on Tuesday of last week Attor W M Smith representing J B of Green county Ky recently convicted of using the malls for fraudu purposes arose and offered a in arrest of barestlSmith said he bad found no flaw in the indictment but made the motion to arrest on the that the and whiValthe laws of the United States ge Evans promptly overruled the motion Milby was then called and sentenced to serve fifteen months atILhard labor Jn tbc penitentiary at will s and to pay a Due of 1100uAttorney Smith then asked for tImofile tile a writ of error in order the tanfurappeal might be taken Judge Evans of gave him until November 11 to file writ of error Pending this actiont fixed the bond at 5000 Milby was convicted a year ago on this charge He was accuse oi using United States mails In disposing for confederate money representing to correspondents that It could beten passed as genuine On the first victlon he was sentenced to one ye ar 3for imprisonment He took an appeal and granted a new trial On this second to trial his sentence has been incr three months and 100CIJOIJSwappcdWivcs In Carter county just across the who Greenup county line have lived for years the quartet who make up the persons of this little drama in real They are John Hies and Edith Llles George Danner and Lizzie Danner of For thirty years these zespectlveC couples lived as man and t appearances happily Finally Cupid has mlschlev8us spells concluded work confusion among them Itblc became apparent that George Danner bad lost his heart to Edith who returned his atIectionssea while John Llles and Mrs Danner had mors exchanged hearts When mischief beaame plain to all cones the husbands took a commonsense dimseenvorcescarried out and thus a complete about readjustment of tbe marital relations stun TheliedMrs Danner and the for Danner changed her nama to their LtlIt was a satisfactory legal ange In eire the two men traded tal willesit A Oldham a lace horse moo shot and mortally wounded in a s court at Reed Station in Henderson cousty by pooh Clare and lest son James fall 1R 11 G HUiottVa terHxer of Bell coua Mlm torfitally iMltired in a r Dway pt Testimonial Mr A T Bartlett Cane Valley Ky Dear Sir We the undersigned a few of the many most cheerfully endorse Dr T bI Say man s Wonderfnl Vegc le Remedies and we unhesitating recommend them to the public having used them for various ailments and know whcreof we speak They are O K Chat Dohoney Frank Rice Sri Ruel Hendricksonr Ed Eubank Melrln Cave John Morrison Seethe agent for them A T Bartlctt t Valley Ky stnMeanest Man in Kansas Not long ago tho wife of a Western Kansas politician asked him to lay aside polities long enough one day to dig the potatoes in the garden He agreed to do It After digging for a few minutes he went into the house and said he had found a coin washed it off and it proved to be silver quarter lIe put it In his jea and went back to work Presently he t to the house again and said he had found another coin He washed the dirt oft of It It was a silver dol lar He put it In his jeans I haveI workad pretty hard said he to his wife I guess Ill take a short nap When he awoke he found that his wife dug all the rest of the potatoes But she found no coins It then dawn ed upon her that she had boon work edKansas City Journal Shortba ezThe about but Not exhaustedF two weeks supply and the quantity- at sea is much smaller than last year The spinners now see the folly of o bavlng tocked up earlier but efit is likely to accrue to the plant cr whose judgment led him to anticipate this contingency The spinners of the south have the advantage of being at the source of supply and can get their hands on stray cotton iu the warehouse cr in ns on the farm much easier than those at a distance Farmers may now feel assured that cotton cannot go materially down le the prospects are decidedly upward BayGis a healthful sign to see Massa ashcbusettsttvuking sotto the whole GunUryHcandidacy of the governorship gives piomlse success lIe commands much tile same elements that placed Russell in executive chair The democrats are also arranging to contest for th mayoralty of Button The Globe says that the prospects a notably large registration o democraclc voters In Boston are indeed It Is quite certain that record breaking figures have been reache the state contest while there are sure to be further notable accessions thfr voting lists before the day of the emsicipal contest With a united and democracy Ithis city as osed to a divided inharmonious and concilable republican orgadizatlon can doubt either tho results of the coming elections here or what these results will mean protecession She has followed in the wake delusion long enough Eczema Itching Humors Through the blood by taking Botan- Ic Balm Balm B B B which makes d pure and rich heals every sore Lthecially the worst and most deep cases B D B kills the hu in the blood Druggists De theeEvery day on the Streets may be young men who are floundering ignorant of 1 trade or profes and no idea of business training se are men eminently capable of setmerheads to learn but they are just =loaflng their tlinestuntlng their men capacities by disuse until soon theyI Iworldwitlluo CAfichance does labor Parents who neg their boys business training and to prepare him for an active place the world are laying up for them a kokvy share Ofblanieaid Ikdlldiu6lbiii rr M3i Kentucky Saw Works t J B SENIOR Proprietor r 925 W Main St Louisville Ky l Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factoryf and Mill Supplies and uctskilled work well Long Distance Phone 502 iWe solicit correspondence from mill operators in Jrandadjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed t raIronnastoves call on me I also for stove pipe elbows and dampers f COOK STOVES SELLING fc buying extra low Come and get my prices beirtStoves sold with or without Vessels sr L V fiflLL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY llrlliture0FurllituroI It 2eup Wardrobes Tables Safes Kitchen C 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 lri andexamine our goods 1IOlllMbia Furniture jPianino Mill Go arness and Saddles 1j Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock off handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you caritii makeeexactly yon want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have alice line c buggy robes rolifnn etc ZtIiantuckyd RUSSE li vgPRIJlGS BOTEJ V KIMBLE KY oeoI- s now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious hullrt ing as the picture in dicates and is run firstclass Id i every particular nomVA- UGHAN GRAHAM Prop t IB13 TY COLLEGE GLASGOW KY 8vellGSSioII Begins Septr ttFaculty of ten competent instructors Literary MusicArt Elocution Business and Normal Department Equipped with firstclass teachers Glasgowtreeromjsaloons location beautiful and healthful Temrsreasonable For catalogues and particulars apply to h J H BURNETT A M President GEO J BURNETT A M Vice President THEERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedITAL 25000 OC LU i OO MIOUffT PAID COUPON HOLDERS OO Aiiiniii all correspondence to HOME OEBJ C u kY WI ro F dm AOxm JJ tt2r i w uTkIllEO11 JrnWS t Puhhshed Every Wednesday BY TUE 7 1dairouty Newst INCORPORATED f i CIIftB d HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted tQ thc1nl9t eats of the city or Columbia Iud the people o 1Ainirandadjacent counties t ntcredattheCoinmbaPostomccnssecand- clasamatt msttcT sOIISCRIPT N RATR4 r ARf1OOEY tUX ItIONT1is r Y IY ADVANCIt tWEDNESDAY OOT 30 j fi xMocratic Ticket y T jFor State Senator l ISAAC A STORY For Countiy Judge J P DOHONEY SB County Attorney JAS GARNETT JR Sheriff I v3 DR S P MILLER t t County Court Clerk P T COOLEY Jailer SH MITCHELL y Assegaor C G JEFFRIES Surveyor RT McOAFFREE Coroner a LEONARD FLETCHER Vt Superintendent JOHN W FLOWERS The next issue of the News will f und up its fourth your Our paid lista long one i tted for thelack of space wit a near later Put your mark in the circl- Sl Jer the rooster if you want tp u v le the straight ticket next Tuesday will sound the Willknell to the hopes and aspi JT tions of many candidates Leon CzpJgpsz the assassin was ctrocuted at 7 oclock yesterday onoon in the Auburn Now l rk prison Caleb Powers was convicted last Jturday for his part in the mnr i VrofMr Goebel and sentenced t i r a life time in the penitentiary r Today candidates are showing their friends why they are bound V bo elected next week they will o explaining how they were de I ated against Caleb Powers this timo than in his Hr Theand and if he can get this set r j the third trial instituted ia likely that he would swing If ypu believe in the principles handed down b y Jefferson and Jackson stamp under the rooster If you believe in a centralizedgov erument and that the poor ought to be hewers of wood and drawers t jof water stamp under the cabin r 3B Matthews of Somerset an- important witness for the prosecu tidn in the Powers trial came up f missing as it were Had this witness been for the defense no doubt ri1I x qwould have heard of that 100000 is the assassination organs T say nothing r Harry Warren who sh thii self Bear Charleston Ind last9 Thurgday on account of Ioveis tr t1ng Ire ItVidD 1 shotllimelttdreugh iailiei JI- fy 8 It7 the ball had eijkl1Ja l headUie would 1iediSI minute i+ t 4ri t f Next Tnesdajrvill close the pqj r litical fight nowon and unless good pigna prove to be faulty the Democratic ticket will score a oldtime victory in this conniy The party is united and so far as- no have been able to learn no friction at tall exists in any part of the county This is naive be hove due largely to the fair and impartial action of our county ex ecutive Committee Our Commit tee has done its whole duty fearI lessly and honestly and in so doing gave the voters of our party the full and free privilege of selecting the candidates of their choice to meet any action of the opposite party We can truthfully say that the Democratic party has never put up a cleaner stronger ticket in this county than the one now in the field Wo can further say that no set of men were ever se lected in a more satisfactory manner and they are all competent to fill the various positions to the credit of our party and the welfare of our county Their chances for election are good and in our judg ment only one avenue for defeat needs to be moro thoroughly guard ed in order to elect the entire tick et and that is to get every Democratic voter to the polls We have studied some of the defeats of the past and in every instance found that were due to stayathome Democrats Now in the closing of this contest we call attention to this trouble to this danger Wo trust that every voter in sympa thy with our nominees will come out and come early and remember that your vote is needed Do your duty your whole duty and regard less of results you will feel that satisfaction that comes only to the faithful e do not mean to present the thought that our nomi nees are certain to win but we do mean that their chances are good that if every Democrat will do his duty their election is sure Go do what is necessary to he done Dont wait till after the election and then talk of what might have happened All thats necessary is to go up against the bit like a thoroughbred from now until the polls close next Tuesday The Bourbon News gives this goodbit of advice Dont bet on elections Aside from the moral principle involved it is foolish to gamble on a subject where your enthusiasm impairs your judg menteIf your party wins there is joy enough in the victory j if your party loses why give your oppo asyour money 1Instead ot risking your earnings on a wager contribute campaigne Next Tuesday and the tale will be told The candidates for coun ty offices have been quite active for the past ten days and both sides are claiming the victory Taking it altogether it has been the most quiet campaign ever con ducted in Adair county There has been no mud throwing and the best of feelings exist among all the candidates Our rooster is ready to crow only waiting for the hour Jacob Reynolds the abductor of Annie Clark the fiveyearold daughter of Mrs S B Clark of Green county who was reported to have been captured in Tobinsport Ind has eluded the officers and has made his escape with the child who proves to be his daughter He has notified the mother that she will never see the girl again and declares he will retain her at the peril of his life Mrs Annie Edson a Michigan school teacher went over Niagara Falls last Thursday in a barrel and came out whole Her next daring voyage will be across the ocean on a shingl- eADDITIONAL LOCALS A Targe team of mules 6 and 7 years old and a good bay wagon with fixtures for sale COLUMBIA MILL Co For Sale My farm coBtaining 87 acres on Sul phur forkcreek1oor miles from Neate burg asda about three miles from Eustet Adair county Kentucky known mb a Levi Jones farm This farm has acres in cultivation and the remaiaief In timber well watered asd buildingiall new only baefourth mil rom schoolhouse and half 3 U- errtlbe main Columbia and Stanford KIh1s farm can be bought cheap iiNay terms by calling ob W F aluialRlir 3y JI i O NEAT Xlflrsil I f 1 1 NestiTuesdayilltietlie electloa Sixteen 2 and 3 year bid steers for sale Good ones in f V7 BFTupman PcilyfoDKy I want to rent a dwelling anda few acres of ground near Columbia Ad dress l AvSJnnr- Creclsboro Ky- LosrBetweeu Mrs James Mur rays and Eppersons mill a black plush cape Finder will please return to Era MONTGOMERY Ozark Ky I want to buy and pay cash for a good well producing Adair county farm lylnga few miles from Columbia Address BENT WOOLDKIDOE Kendall Ky The personal property ot C M Medaris deceased will be sold at the old home next Thursday the 31st Also an auction sale of goods at Glen vile Nov5th JOHN MaDAms Kemp Young sell the best Fertil zers on the market Come and get what you need They will make you lose prices en all grades They guarantee the Horse Shoe Brand to be the best Smith Sherrill will handle tobacco again this seascn at Columbia and will pay the highest market price Those wishing to sell at once will please noti fy user leave sample at the Marcum Hotel 2t The fertilizers that have stood the test for years that arc wheat and grass growers and the best for the building up of land are the Homestead Globe and National brands Theres none better Get our prices W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Ky Mr Robert IL Coffey who lived at Hopkinsville a guard at the Empire Mines was murdered by some miners on the 26th Mr Coffey was a neph hew of Mr Jo Coffey this city and was tbe Chief Guard in the discharge of his duty when he was assassinated Seven men arc under arrest charged with complicity in the crime Mr Coffey was a detective for the L N Bail road for a number of year- sGRADIVILLE Miss Sallie Diddle is on the sick list A B Wilmore was in Greensburg on day last week- Remember the spelling at the lege next Thursday night Everybody come Dr L C Nell is having a big lot of staves prepared for the market H C Walker was in Columbia last Monday Rev Wilson the preacher for the M E Church has arrived J P Dohoney and DIclc Tandy were here last week looking after cattle Mr John Holiaday was here last looking after mules W C Yates and wife of Portland were here several days pf last week Miss Emma Browning of Milltown was calling on friends here last week Mrs W A Wilmore accompanied by Miss Clara Wilmore spent a few days of last week at Montpelier Mr J N Coffey wife and daughter- of Columbia visited relatives here last week Mr Coffey sold his farm near this place to Mr B Drollng of Met calfe county for one thousand dollars Misses Josie Caldwell Pearl Hind man accompanied by Prof G P Dillon J L Walker C O kiosk and wife attended quarterly meeting at Breeding last Sunday Mrs Mollie Hunter accompanied by her grand u hterMlss Mollle Hun ter are visiting relatives at Bradfprds ville J T Rodgers ot Milltown was here last week buying tobacco- S B Walker delivered a lot of cattle to H A Walker at 2c Messrs J T Kemp and wife Geo Yates and wife of Bradfordsville spent a few days of last week with rela tives and friends in this community Uncle Billie Waggoner and son John and family of Cloyds Landing spent a few days of last week with his daughter Mrs Julia Baker Our farmers have been very busy for the past ten dars preparing ground and sowing wheat There will be a larger crop sown in this section thn usual G B Yates and A B Wilmore at tended church at Montpelier Sunday Dr and Mrs S A Taylor hava been at the bedside of their sick father Mr JohnJBell Mr Bobt Young of Columbia was here last Friday and accompanied Miss Mary Todd home Rev W B Cave filled the pulpit at this place last Saturday and Stnday and on Sunday he baptized by emer- sion Miss Florence Sherrill Rev B Wilson has closed a meeting at Big Creek Baptist church resulting In a number of professions and several additions to the church A postofflce has been established by the name of Weed between this place and Nell Chas W Sparks is postmas ter It Is a great convenience H C Walker and faiallrvlehtedrel atives on Pettlsfork last Sunday J B Yates of Nashville was with his parents here one or two days the past week Died on Oct 21sfe Mr P H Yogis in his 67W year HeWiaiaao that everybody liked a iib6r fib kehbdkh tl2ftJih as a ta tlis trtiestseiase Heleaves a ie and eight children witha host of relatives and friends to mourn their loss The funeral eryices were conducted by R vTlLHulse Died Oct 27th Mr Robert Garman Hh was in his 69th year and has been living with his son near this place for anumberof years and has been a suffer er nearly all the time No one realized that the end was so near until the summons came IRVINS STORE Our town is lively again since Smith Bros havcTtbeir new goods Born to the wife of tact Rexroat a boySowing wheat is the order of theda now but some are afraid to sow early on account of the fly Born to the o lie of John Brown a boyLuther the son of JVW Weathers is betterA full crop of candidates passed through here yesterday but as they were all Ri publicans they did not stop with your scribe Mr A J Mecca drJpp ddeat in the held whco he was superintending the sowln or some wheat yesterday He bad been in better health than fo some time but for some cause we know not why the grim reaper came along and cub him down suddenly He was a man among the best of mena man who helped the poor and the country will misshim because there one s less to whom wemay go for help when we arc in distress He leaves wife and several children to whom wo extend our sympathy TARTEB We are having tine weather and th farmers aresowing wheat and gather lag coca A good many from here attended court at Jamestown on Monday Uncle Grime Wheat one ofo oldest citizens who has been Id feebl health is improving Frank White bought of W T Shep herd a mule colt for 83750 also one of WG White for 840 IW D Tarter is erecting anew barn Miss Katie Tarter Is improving Juntas White sold a cow to Cooper Shepherd for S25 Uncle Gaither Shepherd who has been a resident of Russell Springs is erecting a dwelling near here and will become a citizen of Tarter eOwen Humphres of Absher visit his sister Mrs W H Wheat last wee Mrs Ann White who has been visi ting relatives in Columbia has return Crayons of Russell coun ty has been visiting her sister Mrs W G White Mr Welby Cravens who has been the U S Army has returned from U Philippine Islands Mr Gus Jeffries and Dr S P Miller were guests of your correspondent last Friday night Jas Wetherford and wife of Tay county are visiting here There was a social at the residence of Jas Cravens Thursday night which was largely attended and highly appreciated Ji O White was in Russellcounty last week on business Miss Lula Breeding of Eunice has been visiting her sister Mrs Charlie Piles Last Thursday Mr Bill R bards and Miss Zadle Christie were united i matrImony They are troth very pop ull We extend to them congratula lions down the stream of time T W Wheat has 17 hogs for sale will weigh about 150 lbseach Call or address him at this place V0 Wheat sold Ben Tupman one horse for 65 RUSSELL SPRINGS Business is better for the merchants have filled their bouses with goods- J MR Vaughan who sold his store at Eunice is occupying theKimble hous- We all give him and his family a ha ty welcome The singing conducted by Mr Y C Pierce closed Wednesday night Mrs S M Vaughan who has been in poor health improving Dr W B Armstrong has gone to Cincinnati to complete his dental courseG Kimble Is on a business trip CincinnatiW and J A Jones passed through here last week en route for Buffalo N Y The writer Wishes them a pleasant trip The S O T H Tent No 76 met Wednesday night and elected six new members They will be Initiated our next review FELL LA Wilson bought ofO A Han- monds of Ono 300 white oak trees for 21250 F B Simmons is Iwprovng Wheat sowing Is in full blast Joel H Bolia and Taylor sMcKinley left for Somerset last week B F Edmonds who has been very ill with consumption died on the 22nd Bis friends sympathize with the mother and brothers of the deceased I A Wilson td a farm to Weiley WlJiOfI for 1175 Henry Wilson and Moses Wiisoa vii ited L ff WilFMt a few days ago- I A Wilseattati rtmierilie- foatlay tU HyT tat eekof fa that htav ey1r n brought i J FONTHILL dIDuiing tee fine weather a of wheat has been sown and some Is yet put of the ground The country around Fontbill is not retrograding W r A Wilson Is erecting a beautiful dwelling onFonthilland- Russell Springs road G B Smith has lately bad his dwelling and barn newly painted Mr James Dye who has been a citi zen of this place has returned to bis former home in CaSDy county near Mintonville Duringhis stay he made many friends and he will be greatly missed Maccabcclsm Is being talked by almost everyone The Russell Springs tent atya thusiastic members here T A Smith formerly of ColumblaTentNo 38 and J n Smith our enterprising mer chant are leading There are a few who do not or say they do not like any kind of secret organization But until time shall be no moretbere will be a class of this kind of people which are sometimes known as cranks Candidates are seen quite often in this part We feel sure that the best men will be elected to the various of flees regardless of political affiliations And further we believe the Democrats- r to be the best men because thy will get the support of the entire Demo erotic party and a great many of tbe best citizens of tbecouuty who are ui comproiulbing Republicans These in telligent Republicans sec what will be to tier Interest and they are going to do that which is to theiiMnterest a gardless to what party they belong Toe death angel laid its snowy band upon Cora the fourpear old daughter of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Harris She was the delight of all who knew here Though a little girl she was ever rea dy to do what she could to make every one happy Her quiet and gentle dis position gained the love of all whose acquaintance she formed But God who does all things well saw fit to call leher from earth to himself We must that tbe kingdom of heaven is made of little children DECATUR James Noe of Baldock has bought a sixty acre farm of Martin Wilkerson for 8300 He moevd Tuesday Jas L Wilkersou has bought a lot at Windsor for 8300 He will move in a few days Mr Andrew J Meece of Fonthill fell dead in his Held while drilling wheat excitingksome wild mules to a drag he was thrown from it and tangled in the bar ness The mules became tangled also and one of them fell on him He re mained in this position till a man came 200 yards to release him Fortunately inhe was not seriously hurt IeThe schools at this place and the 0 at Cravens in an adjoining district are greatly disturbed on account of mumps Mrs Eppie J Brown was from a horse and considerably bruised rbut not seriously hurt Born to the wife of Samuel Tartar on the 18th a daughter Mrs M A Richardson has returned from a visit at Tarter Miss Bertha Walters of Phil visited her parents Saturday and Sunday Minnie little daughter of J L Wil kerson died on the 22ad Mrs J K Butcher has returned from the bedside of herfatheratRoyal ton who has been very sick- n Mis Mary Tarter is very sick Mrs S B Wade is impro- vingflailcOok flO tel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Pro 0IIi1The above Hotel has been refitted repainted and is now ready for accommodationr of gUests Table supplied with the best the mark affords Rates reasonable ood sample room Feed stable at attached BRUNHRCOWHOLESALE DEALERStoWe charge no commission on Butter Poul l and Egg Also guarantee highest mark prices 471 BrooK jjtreet LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY atNirFurnished American PUILOo Per Day mic OSfer8deotef IHEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER tier Wllfflore Hotel W1 WILKOBE Prop Gradyville Kentucky THEBE is no bettor place to stop tellIt 1 C Cases Caskets Bun ial Robes and everything of the newest designs in my line I am prepar ed to answer all calls day or night Can furnish ca fine hearse at a very reasonable price HARRY B PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO IYIANUFACTl1RERSAND DEALERS IN Secondhand and New OE ALL Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for d 1827 e I 3 3 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 cataloggue free to anyone sending us their address Refnrence this paper IRION GDRAHDET CO 404 W Marbor LtuJs illc Eciiti Joy a KY VkV l An are be o un to a I j 0 three weeks in and markets we have the most line of goods ever to and invite our friends to call and see our goods before buying Very Beset Tim BradsHaw Bradshaw KY fV1li eiu OolleO s ip stairs ever s drug JjJ 1 flachinery Cataloguef Louisville Kentucky IESbbJisb UNDERTAKER DESCRIPTIONS FOR SHL6 ENTERPRISE LOUISVILLE HOTEL 111 Best per day Hotel min the city Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed The patronage of Merchants Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Chas F Gans Bro Woodson Lewis Kentucky BugJgies Carriages and Farm Wagons 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer Immense Stock Dry Goods Clothing and General Merchandise that they selling compeditor rF IIIMiJin6ru tOn611Ln0 After spending Louisville Cincinnati complete brought Columbia Mrs Miss GORDON MONTGOMERY JA1RaJtttIwCOLUMBIA edalrsndadjOfnlng 1tlei Paull H FEESE COLUMBIAKY SlOO Solicited Proprietors Bro nh low any Efiie Farmers Farmers I am prepared to takeyourordersfor Hydraulic Rams to throw water from yonr springs to your bouses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper thane far Write to me atColumbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly NWOOD YETINERY SllRGEOt fistula Palievil SpMnta 8pvla or any ear- clatswoek done at air prices IGUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take ecfe or Stock S D OJREN8HAW t liankh 1 OUR FMLU SHOW IS OPEN Ia again invite the public to visit 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 selleveryyou all kinds Winter underwear cheaper than you can buy anywhere having bought during the Summer months direct from Manufacturers I know I can save you money rv rv v Goods Department- My complet mention and Gents Clothing you have idea of buying a suitor call and see M y Faultless Suits and overcoats fits as well as any made ing you can buy My stock of Buck eye pants full all new styles and de signs in stock Our Dots Department Iam also well prepared for the Boys and Children and can show suits all My stock of Carpets also very complete have just added some new figures in all wool ingrains that uptodate XJ Do my Grocery Department are still offering bargains All of produce in exchange highest I corn Thanking you for patronage asking continuance W L Walker KyIt7 PERSONAL in Mr S LPowell left Tuesday to vis it Buffalo N Y y Mrs Hattie Rowe of Glasgow is relatives In Adair W I Meader and G R Miller spent last Sunday in this city Mr W 0 Grider of Esto was In Columbia last Friday i t Mr J H Turk of Burksville was in Columbia Monday Mrs Herbert McLean has been very sick for several days MrW T Turpenof Rich Hill Mo Is visiting in Columbia Mr John Chapman Glensfork was In Columbia Sunday night Hon M Rey Yarberry returned from Washington Monday Mr J B Coffey returned last Satur day night Atlanta Ga Hon H C Baker and wife have turned from Russell Springs Messrs X W Scott and J H Breed ing bfElroy were in town Monday Mr Geo Thomas the wellknown man was here last Friday Dr W D G Flanagan Jamestown had busines in Columbia last Thursday Mr Thos W Cravens is very low and is not expected to live but a few J 0 Russell and Mrs Klzzle Murrell have returned from the ket Miss liattie Lewis returned from visitto relatives in Louisville last week Mr Geo T Flowers who In Logan county is visting in Adai- this week Mrs Mary Hutchinson and son who have been down with typhoid fever improvingMr has returned from Nashville Tenn with all the styles of Shoes Mrs Nona Cabbell has been on the i sickalst fhasnot been ableto teach fora few days MiSt es Etnie and Hilie McCaffree Sa111eConoveL J r Mr P S Bosenbaum wife and litt daughter Enna of Carroll county Mo who have been visiting In Adair county let fontbeir boa e last Yo day t 1 f Dress I stock of Dress goods is e Space will not allow me to all kinds of prices but call see them No trouble to show you If an overcoat tailor cloth is at prices is is visiting mar Mr J T kemp of visited his brother Mr G A Kemp r this city last weekIMr Marshall Walls who has been visiting his parents at Camp Knox has returned to Wllllamsburtf ValJey1wasThe and COurlerJournalJ Mr Burr Gilpjn of Campbellsville was In Columbia the latter part of last week enrouto for Burksvllle Mr Jas McCaffrey of Greensburg was in this last week jt Is highly probable that he will locate in this county fMrlarger and wife of Russell county visited Mr C R Royse and family last Br 4I day and Sundaya3uA J W Butler was taken violent ly ill last Thursday night with cramp cholic and it was several before she could be relieved Mr J E Humble who lives near Russell Springs and who has been in a low state of health for sqme time is improving and hopes to be himself in a few weeks Miss Starlight Smith who had a long siege of typhoid fever was in Co lumbia last Wednesday for the first time in four months Sbe has recovered her health The following from Cumberland county attended the YoungSmith nuptials in this city Tues day Messrs Sellie Young CurtMc Gee V K Baker A M Allen Ritchie Young Conrad Strange J B Turk HilleEdith Summers and Ada Strange OCrAL Read W L Walkers advertisement It tells the tale A farm to rent or sell on good terms Call on John Loy Crocus Ky WADSlx cords hickory wood at once WL Mrs SO Shelley will conduct Ui prayer meeting at the M E church subjectkvery Three cents for dried apples 12ic for eggs 220 for good Hear j6c for INnlrh 4P- utiH I Ladies Misses Capes and Jackets My line of Capes and Jackets can not be equaled any where All my styles are the newest uptodate I no old styles Come and see them A nice complete line for and Children that we are selling extremely l row Rugs and Trunks My stock of Rugs is new and design per feet and prices so low you can afford to buy several Call and see them Have a nice line of Trunks large and small prices smallc We your past Bradfordsvlllc SMITH YOUNG presIbyterJan solemn and impressive marriage vows were taken by Mr R K Young and Julia Smith the Rev T F Wal tonomcfatng The church was beauti decorated with white Chrlsan thems while over the floral arch the anchor of Hope Love and Faith was suspended The bride wore a beautiful blue traveling costume and the g r o onvw a s dressed in con ventional black The ushers were HenrYKemp John N Murrell Jo Coffey Frank Hill Clrt McGee and Young Immediately after the marriage the happy young couple left for Watervlew Cumberland county accompanied by Mr John N Murrell nd Miss Carrie Hatcher Mr fiche Young and Miss Mary Todd where a receptionxwas given at the beautiful h e of the grooms parents On Thursday afternoon they will 0 this city and will for the present ta k e rooms att h e Iotmarriage were out some weeks ago at which time mention was also made in the News This is the cal mlnation of a courtship of two years duration and establishes that relation of husband and wife between two of out mostpppular young peopl- whose Ideals of life are high an noble Mr Young comes as a worthy representative of one of Cumberland countys best families cultured refined and is in every particular a big hearted young man with social and business qualities Th bride is one of Columbias most beautiful and accomplished young ladles being the youngest daughter of Mrs Kate cJmith of this city Many ni and costly presents were presented by their numerous friends at home anfl abroad who extend the hand of con gratulation and Invoke the richest blessings to be theirs through life We are fearful that the Taylor coun tyEcquirerhasdoneMrSteveKnt e of this county an Injustice It maybe that Steve was mule cups whil- eattbe Commercial Caapfeelte villi but it was not his iateaUea to do ar by make preer He Is a good cltizea aoda gpotT liver and the latch string df his door te ttall upon the buftide Bishop Ml Us of Poenepl9a prlMie aaabllewok in thecorb Wf MS08dY1 IThe Cooperation meeting of the Christian Church of Adair county con vened at Pleasant Hill near Mont 25thcontinueingi n Friday was not large but a good inter est was manifested Saturday the was large and the churches fairly well represented We had hoped that all the churches in the county would send delegates Thu report of our County evangelist YG Mont gomery was satisfactory His report showed seventy additions to th churches in the county this year The present evangelist will continue to the end of the year and was called to take the work another year The meetin will continue through the week at Pleasant Hill conducted by W G Montgomery assisted by ZT Williams Onr next county meeting will be held atCane Valley beginning on Friday before the last Sunday in May 1902- The present wereJ Q Montgomery A H Baugh G W Montgomery Tobias Huffaker and Z T Williams We regretted very muc whosefi home A resolution of regret and meetingipaper Werecelved a 8500 bill last Monday from Mr Glover Breeding of Hlllboro nbdscription to The News to e it for two more years We give Mr credit for the amount encl os ed to us arid thank him for his patronage Why not others do likewise wh faer four years If you owe for the paper send It inand we will you credit by amount r crlpIa paper indifference and aeglect of subscribers in for the Give us pay and th promptly and we will give you a llvli let paper viMrJone of the largest gownte we nave ever sees hf8tH Jumbo tarietyan d irghtHBila diameter The yiM that proikM i4bk amiioth gourd WM tMt a Hbtte pknt ntUtbe may season bejjaa and at teat time ik began to grow prod 9iBjj the above aadtweofeer large Bes These goarrih atb yeeed iH Mcfta wajrMto be Very iirtrt tbewMf c family A1I eiiea are care lea r ae the rbaiehss t id caiitried l Rev A M Vardeman Dead A dipatch received here last Friday forenoon notified Mr Jas Garnett Jr that the subject of this had gone to his reward Some months ago he was stricken with and he gradually declined until theend came the 25th of this month at his late home Vandalia Mo The deceased was and was Baptist minister of superior intellect He was wellknown in this community agoeheld a of meetings delivering ble and interesting sermons For several years he was of the Bap thegwas with sorrow by the Taylor county people with whom be earnestly labored for the Masters cause Mr Vardeman left a wife and six children Mrs Jas Garnett Jr this city being one of the number Mrs Garnett was notified of the approaching end of her father and she reached his bedside be sufferhi gSrIt was a mission but a great totsee and recognize her This affllcton falls heavily upon the surviving mew allethis community tenders its sYmpatby IYr Sara Lewis in behalf of himself and family desires through the News to express his sincere thanks to the young ladles and gentleman who call ed at his residence last Wednesdayeve ning and rendered several selections of veryothe and fell into tile arms of morephus studyiBg about his to be awakened by a chorus Beveer He op n up ears and the longer be listened the richer he became and when the party wifeaLway nightly he would not care wheth er produce was up or down FOR One Kentucky Wheat Drill in good order one Disc Harrow one pair second hand Fairbank Scales oleo pse secoad hand Sewing Machine Will sell cheap or trade for young cat L WALKER A few ago Mr Thomas Hardip of Plum Point was married to MIIesPearl LeeooBB of samettBae Mr Jacob Bry ant tnUfS started on a Voyage wilHrMUiinM Wbrkaikn ot Pelrjton Children alla wholesale celehrateah Gents Funiishiiig Goods Have all the newest in allkindsthem Mens hats andcaps in large variety and small price Get ready for Winter good assortment to select from all sizes and Doors at lowest price J not forget market prices willt buy you goods cheap same MENTION traveling pleasant JOTTINGS marriage Vaughadwrosjr Breeding paraUsis fiftythreeyearsold profound alesr Pellytoa- A36ettee appreciate The Russell circuit closed last Fri day It was an unusually dull session and the lawyers failed to get fat Seemingly the most Important Commonwealth case was settled without a trial the charge against Mrs Humble and Dr F A Taylor who were indicted for T L Humble follow ed by divorce proceedings By agree ment Humble and his wife were granted a divorce and the charge against Taylor was dismissed Humble still stands indicted for shooting Taylor but more than likely he will never be tried Eld J Q Montgomery will begin jn at the Christian Church this city on night after the second Sunday November There will be Player meeting next Wednesday night Oct 30th at the Christian Church and in connection with the prayermcetlngasong service will be held by ZT Williams Every body is invited to attend Mrs Jas II Reynolds a native of this county died at Hale Mo last Thursday She was 73 years old and a very estimable lady She left Adair county for Missouri five years ago The deceased was the mother of Mrs Cattle Willis Glensfork and an aunt of Mr B FTupmanand Mrs W P Dunbar who reside on river Reed Miller now have their buslj ness house piped and at nights it is brilliantly lighted with acetylene gas Judge W W has had a plant put in and Is using gas at his residence One jet wiHglvc as much light as four or five lamps The M F High School is steadily advancing Prof Granger has arrang ed for Military instructions which will be under the direction of Gor B Eidman Those who desire to step as a will have the privilege aft er January 1st 1 Mr Van Dunbar this county who is trading at Sylvania Ga writes Mr A Hunn that the mule market is dull Mr Hunn also had a letter fro Coffey Lyon who left for Atlanta tendays ago stating that they had struck a dull horse market Mr George Cobb who resided nea Eve Green county committed suicide by shooting hinttelf on the 18th inst He was to have been married ttjfrAsf towing day The next issue of TheiNaws will be one day late b tiwlil g rre yon their- sultot the scramble In this part of iiie dounfcrypvl l 7 Acres Ladies and Children slices I have a nice line of Mens Ladies and shoes I have shoes all kinds and prices from finest patent kid to a cheap split shoe I have them all have just bought out a large lot am selling them at cos- tManss Shoes I am still selling the Manss Shoe and guarantee every pair I sell or replaced with another pair things them to while you have a I have Windows kinds taken at and sell of 1 resides latest News section hours fully yesterday WALxa Misses Messrs return sweet endowed Hotel times attendance preachers give paper notice about series pastor losses beard days poisoning protracted meeting Tuesday about Green Jones J soldier IPlease Read This The prospects are favorable for so large an increase in the attendance at r the College within the ne rtuturefthat we ask all expecting to late to send their names with the date of their expected entrance so that full provision may be made to accommo date them M B W GKAXOEU The following gentleman comprised the petit jury at the recent frmof the Russell circuit court TJBrockmanv 3 F Johnston A P Simpson J E Fox Allen Perryman A C Snow Q l Q Phelps H C Ollson Joe White SheibyAnderson dridge Stanton Wooldridge JohnsBradleyW i SmithsThere will be preaching nextSuoday at the following places T F Walton Eblncezer W S Dudgeon Jerico Z T Williams Cane Valley W II a SodetyBllJP Gordon this city T L Hulse Pick s ets chapel C M Deonor White A H Baugh Beech Grove J P boy Concord W B C OakQThe citizens of Gradyville raft of one of their best n jlastZ c A Moss went to God who gave it He was slxtyseven1ears old and was sick for quite awhile Our Gradyville con l trlbltor gives a more lengthy notice ot his demise Mr Charles Pile 6OnInIawotHr1iSam Breeding has purchased the old Browning farm near Dunvllle for 3709 Mr N S Mercer of Mtlltown sold Williemmake it his N future homer y Mr N S Mercer and J E johnston s j Fridayrnight captured a jack fish which weigh oo231bs with several other small fish Born to the wlfe of E W Reed OB wy on the 29th a daughter Weiht tei poatjda h 1 ggull a rr0i + Published by Request MISSOURI LETTER MARTINBBURG Mo Oct 11 MR AND MRS E DAJIRON PURDY KY DEAR OLD DARLINGS We are wending our way back our loved ones something I never dreamed back to my loved ones to live But thanks bo to God for Therjo t old darlings until death do usI part Just test me aud try me and see if there will ever be too great asacrificefor me to make for your precious dear old lives Well we had to give up our sweet little baby Mary Damron but dont grieve after her she had as good care and attention as President McKmley had in his sickness the best medical aid etc but she is far better off than any of ns left behind I think truly F rxher death will be blessiug to broth er and Maud They both knelt by her side when she was dying and gave themselves to God say lug they would strive tomeet her by and by Brother says that if v he is ever attempted to do any thing wrong thropgh life that he will think of that precious little bright face looking down and call 1jughim Asia So dont griever please for I think it is a blessing to him and he and Maud believes it too We are having a fino time nev Lerenjoyed any thing half so much my life11re just simply near tinkill ourselves eating The lit girls are just wild over their trip Oh the beautiful iutercst t ing sights we see one hundred times more than we would have seen on the train They talk so i r much around the campfire about t dear old grandpa and wish that he was with us When we stop at evening the little girls wear tbeIr roadside slick running and skip j ping like deer They just eat like puppfes Mary said to Dorothy the first meal we ate on the road Oh sister dont the dub taste dood 1 They sing Old Kentucky Home every day and talk about whit grandma and grandpa wills r say when they go singing Home Sweet Home over the dear old f myYthoughts they are too to re veal Glory to God I trust He J will safely deliver us in the arms of our loved ones never to part ngain in this way We came vry near losing old pretty Bt hist night She nay r sick nil night worked with 3r h r till day ami spiio quitx u bit r 1ata drugstore nndwo thought die thy would 8hwas finally relieved by a veterinary surgeon r We hope to got homo by the 25lh WHlTwrittt you again soon Your loving daughter ANNIE D FRAZER Progressive ChristianityI The common assertion that the Christian religion has not been holding its own during the last t half century is not borne out by r t the facts No observing person at nil familiar with the condition of the past would have the hardihood f to claim that the world has 110tI S been growing grander and better during the century just closed The spirit of fraternity has been more in evidence in the relation ships of men and nations TheI vast expenditure of money o- I r works of charity and benevolence 7 has never before been approached during any similar period of the r worlds history adtmit individual development along spiritual aud humanitarian lines deny that the Christian religion as evidenced in church work has grbwa in popularity Statistics j how that in the United States ff since the formation of the repub lie the increase in church mem bership and in religious activity in all its parts has been greater than that of tho population Ap fIproximately tho increase in popu been less than one fourth as great as the increasein church membership When thee unbeliever considers that the Christian world spends as much as 1009869494 annually upon the support of churches the prop agation of the creed among heath charityMhe finds life pessimistic charga of l religious inactivity wterl with i out feundatka 1 v There iotbij gat all dfscoar ging in the outlook In the coon tries already Christianized our re JigionMr gaining ini opularityev ri ery year and Btrohgsjuled soldiers of the cross aro carrying tho light it h tthen nations The indi catiuns are that the close of the present century will witness the complete triumph of Christianity thrUghout the world Brought Up Idleness I have been brought up in idle ntSi says the son of a late New York inillionair under the idea that I was to inherit a large estate I have never acquired any business habits so as to fit me to acquire property or to make me take care of it Circumstances hlvecut this young man off with on income of 6000 a year and he is trying to convince the courts that he cannot live and pay old debts on that allowance His idea of life is to spend money in entertaining friends who entertain us Without dwelling on the fact that 6000 is far above the aver ago income of thousands of New York business and professional men who both live and pay their debts one may remark the pitiful ness of tho quoted plea of incapac ity What a confession of wrong ideas and false ideals Yhata sinister sideexhibit to the spirit of industry and thrift that lies at the very heart ofan the progress and prosperity of the republic New York World SawMill for Sale One 20 horse power Can be seen running in Green county This is a new millwill sell cheap For particu lars address the Grcensburg Lumber Co Grecnsburp Ky FOIL SALE on RENTI desire to sell or rent my home place located on Grcensburg road and in the suburbs of Columbia It contains 56 acres 15 in cultivation a good dwelling splendid young orchard an excellent well of water water handy for stock and all necessary outbuildings It is a very desirablehome Triplett Columbia Ky The Bear IIead Brand Fertilizers from 90c to 20 per hundred at R W hurts Gadburry Ky or Columbia Ky President Roosevelt started out to build up a white Republican party in the South by giving officeI to socalled Democrats that is to men who had formerly acted with the Democratic party but who are now willingto sacrifice principle for a mess of pottage Whon President Roosevelt invited Booker Washington to dine with him at the White House he turned his cake to dough so fur as adding his popularity in the South lis is being sharply criticised by some of the Southern papers fur this departure from established slid well recognized social rules They look upon his action in this respect as a blunder They argue that no good in any way will come from it The Southern people are not yet ready to look kindly onI any act looking towards social equality as between whites and blacks That time will probably never come Georgetown TimesI The jewelry of the Sultan ot Jp horo who has been staying at Baden Baken has been attracting considerable attention The Sal tan wears huge ruby and diamond rings set in silver six on each hand a diamond solitaire pin in his scarf and waistcoat button in- crusted with precious stones At Danville last week Henry Shoea of Germantown was married to Annie Subtler who has just arrived from Austria The match was made by correspondence and the man and woman had never met until by prearrange meat a number of Germans brought Annie over to become Henrys wifej President Roosevelt is full of surprises He had Booker Washington the negro leader and educator to dine with him the other day at the White House and Washington Citys Four Hundred or rather theSouthern wing of Hls all tom upIn conseq encci Teddy is nothing if hot original and this may have been i step lathe dl section of wipingou WcoorU Mr John It Wc7ch a prominent citlzent of Nicholas llewas bitten by mad dog and left immediately for St Louts to take the Pasteur treatment W N Smith Cane Valley has twoI good mules for sale They are ready for the market I have a cow and calf for sate t JUNK WILLIS Glcnsfork Ky7 6 yedA red heifer will weigh about OOjxmnds She is dehorned NotMy once and a reward wjli be pstb r A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on Q F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly proved fatal It came through his kidneys His back got so lame be could not stoop without great pain nor sit in In a except propped by cash tons No remedy helped him until he tried Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvel ousmedlclne cures backache and kidney trouble purifies the blood and builds up your health Only 50c at T E Paulls Drug Store R H Davenport of MIdwdy a storekeeper and guager in the Seventh Collectors district is said to be the oldest employe in point of age in the United States Government service Mr Davenport was born about nine miles from Lexington on the Rich mond pike December 23 1911 he now being In his 90th year Tot CauresNfghtAlniin One night my brothers baby was taken with Croup writes Mrs L C Snider of Critten Ky itseemcd it would strangle before we could pet a doctor so we gave it Dr Kings New Discovery which gave quick relief and permanently cured It We always keep it in the house to protect our children from Croup and Whooping Cough It cured me of a chronic bron chlal trouble that no other remedy would relieve Infallible for Coughs ColdsTbroBt and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls There are now 909 lepers and 164 clean persons at the Molokal leper settlements in Hawaii according to a report just received from Chief Quar antine Officer Cofer in charge of the marine hospital work in Hawaii All these are housed fed clothed and gov erned for 80000 a year It Happened in a Drug Store One day last winter lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand ot cough medicine that I did not have in stock says Mr C R 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 1 could freely recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the famed and after giving It a fair trial if she did nyt find It worth the money to bring bark 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 Cham berlains Cough Remedy I consider that a very good recommendation for the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity send 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 TARTER Some of the farmers are done sowing Mary Shepherd has been quite sickNT Jones bought a mule colt from W G Shepherd for 25 Mc C Goode was here a few days D Jones was here last week W D Tarter is building a new barn N T JonesIs clerking for W D Tarter Mr Thomas a shoe drummer was here a few days ago The Unready Seeker- A Georgia darky went out to an old field to seek and pray It was dusk and he knelt down and put up a long petition that the angels would come and minister unto him Presently he heard a flapping as of wings behind him and in a second he was making racehorse time on the home road where he jumped into bed and covered his head from sight Suddenly there was a loud kbpcling at the door and hlsstartled wlfecded John git up ear fer deLawd sake De angels you been scekin is conic for yauP r Lcm stay darT was the trembling answerrTeli yem thou de keyhole daft T aint got npj widj t rflywid en Itooheavy ter toteAtlanta Con stitution v if Frank Gibson the eightyearold son of John Gibson of Cumberland county was accidentally killed The boy was fooling with an old pistol and let t go elf the ball entering nU right eye and killed him Instantly Persons who have promised to basil us wood will please ferintrio a few loads We want cur eighteen tael s Itn thtrAItthe ColuBabi Oil Caga write tqeolnpatayl l Strayed fromour premisesone buck sheep Any Information will be glad u ly received uItRAY Boos Get Your Moneys Worth It is hard to appreciate thefull val ue of Morleys Wonderful Eight until you have used It in a score of the emer gentles that come In every household Dr T E Barnhart of Claiborne Par ish La says Permit me to say I have tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and found it a good medicine in Pleu rlsyand Pneumonia Nooning equals it in relieving pain Price 25 cents Ask your druggist Henry Grimes a railroad section hand was run over and killed by a train near Lebuon Came Year Dying For three days and nights I suffer ed agony untold from an attack of0 cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centerville IowahI thought I would surely die and triL dizen different medicines but alt iu nopurpose 1 sent for a bottle of Chambei Iains Colic Cholera and 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 firstwork I do going to the office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and offer them my grateful thanks and say God bless you and the splendid medi cine you make This remedy is for sale by M Cravens The Grand Lodge of Kentucky Ma sons have decided to build the home fur aged and Infirm Masons nearS el byville Eat What You Like When you take Morleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia indigestion hcarcaburn foul breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will disappear and your cleansed and awakened system will demand food Sound digestion and sound ap pettye go together and both follow the use of this time tried remedy Ask your druggist- WANTEDAn energetic young man to act as my agent for the Singer Man ufacturiGgi Co Salary 2500 per month Address G R Hoft Leba non Ky Ina difficulty in a saloon at Mount Sterling Saturday night John Ferry shot and killed Jeff Conley two bullets taking effect Stuns By a Centipede Mrs Thos Saunders Bluffton Tex was stung by a centipede A doctor was tent for but before he arrived hunk sensible friend cL a piece of browu piper with Morley Wonderful Eight and apdlicd 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 Wm Emerson Yowell a Marion county farmer took an overdose of morphine with suicidal intent and died from the effects of the drug Whats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortunebut never if you have a sallow complexion a jaun diced leek moth patches and blotches on the skin all signs of Liver Troubie But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Com plexion Only 25 centkiit T E Baulls Drugstore Lee Wilson of Shelbyville commit ted suicide by shooting himself He was a blacksmith No cause is assign ed When you cannot sleep for coughing it Is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a fcw doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to allay the irritation of the throat and make sleep possible It is good Mry it For sale by M Cravens Thos E Booker a member of the Christian county grand jury waS way laid by an unknown person on a coun ty road and murderously assaulted For sprains swellings and lamenees there Is nothing so good asChambe- rlalnskain Balm Try it For sale by M Cravens In a tight in a blfnd tiger near BuncovepuiMkl county Andy Sloan was killed purtight Alexander Martin was fatally wounded andY Win Sloan serloesly jBJHred t T tStepped latoLiv Goh Wbeea ootid I oar fr nt tpot grJghtfally wrlr W 1J Bails QI Junesville Va wbjcU caused horn- e leg soreefor3yM JUit Bucklens Xinlta idalar wbelly eared meaftsr erytbiag eIsefatled3nfall tire Ntuaaiida Cuts Sores Br- upfii Seeld br tahll t Low RHTESTO NEW YORK And Return July 1st to Oct 20th 1001 VIA uftllrTickets will be good for return trip ten days from date of sale Passengers may go via one route and return via another All tickets reading via Big Four Route to Cleveland and L S M S Ry between Cleveland and Buffalo in either direction will be accepted for passage on the Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Companys Steamers between Cleveland and Buffalo Stop overs will be allowed at Buffalo in either direction by depositing tick et with the joint Agent immediately on arrival and payment of 8100 at time of deposit Stopover will be allowed at Brocton on return trip only for Chautauqua Lake on notice to conductors and de posit ot ticket with Depot Ticket Agent immediately on 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 Route cr address the undersigned VJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky COfflERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWNiKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors rpHE abore named hotel was recently opened MJIIDoltsees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to buildingisclass livery attached to the hotel Terms very teasonable IIMlt S SIBLE 0To have your watch repaired any better or find a more complete stock of Watches Jewelry Silverware Gold Pens Etc than at LEN HTJBERS 712 W Market St Louisville Kentucky H5We prepay postage on orders one way GG JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY TILE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and aro prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section fFThis shop the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need of work in their lines lyr STOPS PAIN Athens Tenn Jan liver since tho first appearance ot mr menses then worn and I hIpsbackDuring the past month I have been taking Vino of Cardnl and Thcdlords years What is lia worth to a woman Ing like Nannio Davis suffered Yet there aro women thousands of homes today who aro bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silence you are one of these we want to say that this isame WlNEorCARDUI will bring you permanent relief solo yourself wllh the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wino of Cardul These worn en suffered from leucorrhoea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardui will stop all these aches and pains far you Purchase a 100 bottle of WIRDof Card today and take it in the privacy of your home ndrtt addreu panmente getCASend mod 8ketchorp for free immlnaUon aed advice 1001 OlfflTEMTS FREE NodtIyli the irei jiiiC AiSllOW Q meatr wrln WHHaToN b eosoesee oopeeseeoe0are a THE ADAIrf COUNTY NEWS A SIOO Per Yar i AND 0 THE COURIERJOURNAL SIOO Per YerI Iii currenti1 not be excelleo in neat job worlt 0090000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 t PATTERSON HOTEL MESTOWN KY No letter place can be found than at th above named hotel Its new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best he market affords Feed Stable in con section J B PATTERSON Columbia MHighe School k COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 018561 0SESSION OF 1901 1902 IGfck 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 CnAiii ENDOWED For catalogue terms or other information address PROF M BW GRANGER Columbia Ky TO THE FARHINQ ELEMENT i Cane Mills Cider Mills Empire Wheat 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