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THE ADAIR COUNTY NFJSJTSO VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18 1931 NUMBER 6 PpSTOJFFICE DIRECTORY i J Russell Postmaster OUcehoursweekdaysi700am 930pm COURT DIRECTORY OmouiTOoBRT Three sessions a year Thlr Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W WJones Commonwealth s AttorneyN W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Olerk Jno Coffey CoaBT First Monday in each mont- hJudgeJW Butler County Attorney Jai Gs rnett Jr Clerk T It Stnlt- aJller H Mitchell Assessor Bradshaw Baryeyor R T McCaffree School SuptW Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher a Eegularcourt second Monday in ach month JdgeJ W Atkins omey Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BonkaviLLB SIBBIT Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST B0RXSVIUB Rev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sunday cbool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST SiBBBTBev W B pastor Services third Sunday ineach month 3anflayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer 1 meeting Tuesday night Eld Z T Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu ar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day nlglitoiipr before the full moon in each month WM T B Secj K A No meets Friday night alter fullinoon GASRETr Ja H P W W Secretary New Carriage and Wagon Shop 0I have leased the R C Eubank shop and will give Carriage Wagon TAtotfk special attention Work done by me will be firstclass Pro duce taken in return for work S F EUBANK Pumps Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES I Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies THE ANRENS OTT MFG COI INCORPORATFD 325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky BRUNERCOWllOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest market pricesi 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to takeyourordersf- orHydraulic Rams tolthrow water from your springs to your housespr barns Can also furnish pumps of ady kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho t tel Yours truly N WOOD THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS mfr Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes f k New Designs tJPerfect Fitting Modern Shoes 31C PourtlifAveiiuo LOUIS VIEp KY I GRADYVILLE The following lotter came too late for last issue G H Nell and 0 Q Moss returned from Louisville last Saturday Mr and Mrs Strong Hill in company with Mr James Keene and family enjoyed the hospitali ty of Uncle Thomas Kemp last Saturday Robt Walker Sr has accepted a position with Grady Kemp as salesman Messrs D J Schooling and Twyman Atkins were in our town one day last week Miss Josie Dillon an accom plished young lady of Breeding is spending a few days with her friends here Revs Hulse and Vanhoy are at tending the Missionary meeting at Rowena this week Mrs Peter Compton has been very sick for the past two weeks Miss Kato Walker and her broth er J L Walker spent last Sat urdayin Columbia Miss Bertie McCaffree entertained quite a number of her lady friends one night last week Miss Vernetta Creel a popular young lady of Campbellsville who has been visiting hero for a few days returned to her homo last Saturday Prof G P Dillon attended the funeral services of Mr G Wash Breeding last Friday Remember our high school will begin tho first Monday in Janua ry with Prof John Flowers prin cipal Good opportunity for an educationRev has just closed a series of meetings at Morris Chapel with several professions and the church greatly revived Mr Strong Hill is daily working on his new store building It will be a commodious building Mr Dohoney and family of Metcalfe county who recently bought a farm from J N Coffey lying near this place has remov ed to it and is now a citizen of our communityMr Moore and family of McGregor Texas will be made happy when they receive the box ofnice good things sent by their father and mother Mrs C W Sparks who has been visiting in the Lane Star State for several months returned to her home last week and re ports a good cotten crop Mr S C Walkup and family of Russell county has recently re moved to our place Mr W is a firstclass workman and makes a specialty of the tombstone busi ness and has opened a shop here Mr G A Bradshaw ot Mont pelier made his appearance here one day lastweek looking after our little property W M Moss one of our good citizens will locate at Bakerton and will engage in the timber and lumber business Miss Mary Todd our efficient teacher spent Saturday and Sun day with her parents at Columbia L C Hindman sold a nice bunch of hogs to N S Mercer last week for 4c Prof G B Yates schoolclosed last week This was hit first attempt at teaching and ho certain ly made a good beginning as the trustees tendered him the school for next year Thesocial at Mr G H Nells last Thursday night was largely attended The occasion was in honor of Miss Creel of Campbells vilify and the gathering will long be remembered Cures Eczema Itching Humors Through the blood by taking Botan ic Blood Balm Balm B B B which makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore scab scale boll or eruption and stops the itching of eczema DrD B cures especially the worst andmoi deep seated cases B B B kills the humors in the blood Druggists 81 Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by Writing Blood Balm Co At h a i FROM SOUTH CAROLINA CHARLESTON Dec 12 1001 Dear Mr Harris- I am as you will see in Old Charleston by the sea and its I have not been receiving my News very regularly thought I would ask you to change tho address to Room 12 P 0 Building Charles ton S 0 I am located hero for the Win ter and find that I can not get along without the News It comes to me like a breeze from the land of the blest it is like the shadow of a great rock in a weary land as it comes to my desk week ly teaming with news of the peo pIe I love God bless old Kentucky I do not realize how much I love her until I land in other climes and compare their ideals with those of the grand old Com monwealth in which I was once a barefooted boy with face of tan The Exposition here is now on and really Charleston deserves a a great deal of credit for she has done it all and is going to have a good show I take pleasure in mailing to you today the News and Courier from which you will be able to get an idea of what will be done this winter Give my warmest regards to all my friends Very RespectfullyR AUSTIN Room 12 P 0 BIMg Charles ton SO WATSON Mr Aaron Combest of Anna Texas who has been visiting rela tives here for several weeks has returned to his home Mrs W E Frazer and little daughter were visiting Mrs J H Young last Sunday Messrs NE and Marion Tuck er who have been quite sick with typhoid fever for some time are improving Rev J McDaniel of Casey county willpreachat New Church the 3d Sunday in December Miss Pina Lee Russell was the guest of Miss Emma Young last Sunday Mr J B Watson of tIllS place has gone to Bumside on business Mr J B Russell made a busi ness trip to Casey county lust weekThere was a musical entertain ment given at the homo of Miss Maggie Russell last Saturday night Several young people were present and a very enjoyable even ing was spent CONGRESS Washington Dec 10Speaker Henderpon today announced the rest of the House committees In the list Kentuckians are named as follows Judiciary Smith Bank ing and Currency Rhea Naval Affairs Wheeler Agriculture Allen Territories Boering The House passed a resolution providing for a holiday adjourn ment from December 19 to January The Senate today after routine business upon motion of Mr Lodge at 1245 oclock wentinto executive session Senator Hoar presented the re port of the Committee on Judi ciary recommending the coufiraa tion of Attornoy General Knox He made a brief statement refer ring to the protest against confim ation as made by the AntiTrust Leaguebut said that after giving careful attention to this represent ation the committee had decided to recommend confirmation No opposition was voices but action ou the nomination was postponed by common consent The Senate then before taking up the isth mian canal treaty proceeded to pass upon other nominations of which there are an exceptionally large number before the Senate Senator Lodge spoke in favor of the treaty Between Theodore Roosevelts Minneapolis speech on trusts and the Pretideuts message on the same subject there is a yawning chasm filled only with the warm air of a few interviews with Mark Hanna on the back stairs of thai Vhile HOnBe io 2 Kentucky Woman Mrs Madeline Cone and her string of seven thoroughbreds arc the sensa tion of this seasons meet at Emery ville Mrs Cone not only runs her horses in her own name and color but she personally superintends her Cone is from Kentucky that explains her beauty and love of fine horses She is a young woman whose dark eyes gentle manners and suit speech are typical of the South She was in this city last year and attract ed muchatteutton not only on account of her personal charms but as the wealthy widow of one of Denvers rich mine owners Mrs Cone is not a plugger in fact she never bets on the races but runs her horses for the glory and purses they may capture She has not the gambling instincts of Lady Alpy who bet her all on Fllckamoro ind de clared if she lost her diamonds she would buy paste and begin life over Cones gateer the late William S Morgan was the owner ofone of the finest stud forms in Kentucky Her great uncle was Morgan the Raider a name hallowed on the Confederate roll of honor This Is good Blue Grass stock that ought to produce a Queen of the turf Here is the story of a wealthy woo man who does not collect pipes old shoes rare china fans or any other of the articles usually indulged in by woman Her fad is tine horse llesh Flying Machines If all goes well flying machine par ties will be all the rage next summer In fact after one has talked with Gustavo Whitehead who says he will soon fly from here to New York It Is quite easy to picture sedate families going off for the summers vacation in a flying machine It will be easy for Boston folk to make a trip to Coney Island and New Yorkers to make a dash to Bar Harbor The expense will not be so very great either Inventor Whitehead expects to soon establish a factory for turning out flying machines at a rapid rate and a comparatively small cost He prom ises a very neat machine capable of carrying six persons comfortably for 2000 When this happens It is easy to picture the fata of the automobile with its record of a mile In 54 45 sec onds Mr Whitehead is in earnest He says he has a financial backer a New York millionaire who has a fancy for flying machines and faith in the ability of the inventor to turn out the real New Yorker whose identity is kept secret makes frequent fsitshere to inspect a machine that is now being built under the direction of Mr Whitehead in a one story shed erected for the purpose of hiding the building operations from the gaze of the curious Fifteen skilled machinists are em ployed They work In two shiftsone- In the daytime and one at night Mr Whitehead is anxious to complete the machine at the earliest possible moment He intends to make the trip to New York and back in the machine now building One of the features of the machine is a new calcium carbide motor of ex traordinary light weight Motors of the same power such as those used in automobiles weigh four tlmesas much it is claimed as the one perfected for the flying machine When seen Mr Whitehead said Allying machine will be put on the market that will accomodate six persons the cost being about 82000 when the model on which we are now working Is completed I will make good my assertion that I would fly to New York Bridgeport Conn telegram to the New York World About five years ago I was tronbled with catarrh of the lower boweltI says C T ChisholM 484 Dearborn Ave Chicago and although consulted sev eral eminent physicians who prescribed for me I found their rtmedies tailed to In any way relieve me and the trouble almost bdcame chronic After suffering several months I one day concluded to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I beg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprised lo find after taking two doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that had cost me so much trouble and annoyance I am thankful to say that Ihave not suffarep from it since Formic byfr CrUvcns J t t IIIE MONKEY JfcLV Ye Sages versed in ancient lure Who would nil mysteries sxploro Will you please tell us if you know How men from apes and monkej s grow Should we the theory dispute That Adam was a vicious brute Or would you teach us to believe The same was true of mother eve And as the tadpole in the bog Evolves into a living frog Wild monkeys from their tails were treed When they were gentlemen indeed Do you maintain those monkeys knew Flow unto others they should do Did heathen monkeys have a school In which to learn the golden rule Was this the golden monkey ae When we were in ourmonkey stage Did monkeys do to others then Asothers monkey now with men Now these are not mere monkey jokes To tease our own dear monkey folks For by this modern monkey plan Your grandpa monkey was a man And dressed In monkey tail and skin As then did all our monkey kin Before our monkey arts and style Did other monkey arts defile This was the style in monkey days If all our folks bad monkey ways And other monkeys now like those Youd be dressed in mODkeyclothes J T JONES Montpelier Ky- Definition oJCKiss A kiss is an insipid anti tasteless morsel which becomes delicious and delectable in proportion as it is flavor ed with love- Thesweetest fruiton the tree is love The oftener plucked the more abund ant it grows A thing of use to one but much prized by two The babys right the lovers privi lege the parents benison and the hyp- ocrItes mask That which you cannot take without giving and cannot give without taking The food by which the frame of love is fed The flag of truce in the petty war of courtship and marriage The acme of agony to a bashful man The only smack that will calm a storm Nothing divlded between two Not enough for one just enough for two toomuch for three The only really agreeable two faced action under the sun or the moon ther The sweetest labiaLot the worlds languageA most effective argument whether to cajole the heart of father control the humors ota husband or console the griefs of childhood A kiss from a pretty girl is like having hot treacle poured down your back of the lips which invariably follows the lightening glance of the eyes A report at head quarters Everybodys action edition otRo meo and Juliet What the child receives free what the young man steals and what the old may buys The drop that runneth Over when the turn of love full That in which two heads are better than one Kentucky spelling bees have a chance to put their best speller against a man who is challenging the world in a spelling contest Professor Jones who is teaching a school near Lancaster Pa chal lenges the world in a contest for the worlds championship for the best speller He has run to cover some of the most accomplished professors in orthography in Amer ica He has spelled in contests fifteen thousand catch words with out a miss or a skip The address of the accomplished orthographist- is Professor D Jones Philadelphia Pa where any ambitious speller may be accommodated The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts Is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame hack or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which It affords PainBalm also dart xliBtimatfsm One application givek relief rot sale by draVebs Wilmore Hotel W M WULMOilE Prop Gradyville Kentucky TllEilE Is no better place to stop at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached Hardesty Bros Nance PRODUCE It COMMISSION GOMPflNY Street Louisville Kentucky 0 Trade of Aduir and adjoining counties solicited + Ct M WISEMAN SON + Snccessors fidam Vogt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers in Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond Oposlte Music Hall LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY HenrySWeinbaurn TRotbcbiib 8 TNidntotmnM- ANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 619 G1cstiinlnSt 2i f Louisville Kentsnhy YETINERY SURGEON flstulo Pollevil Sp late Spavin or any gu class work done at fair prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of stock- S D CRENSIIAW 34mlletrmstn ilk oa OsppiataAt Daylight flcetulene Gas Go 126 Second Street Louisville Kentucky Manufacturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Towns Churches Stores Residences Etc Gas Engines and Water Works for Country Homes Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools f r Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled workmen Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this and adjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed 1 00 + OA4 o0 0 000 + 4 t 4 44 000400 s i i 0 i fffne tailoring 2 i o eoWhen you go to Louisville orderi o o iyour suit at 0 i Is 1 s jI + 0 i i 4 i Louisville Ky 0 i Io0 lo e 0 t4 0 444+ 9 90 + PATTERSON J7TM6Sfi03151 HOTELN No etter place can be found than at the above named hotel Its now elegantly furnished and theta i ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords Feed Stable in con nection J B PATTERSON Stoves and Ranges For good grade of sheet iron stoves stove pipe elbows and dampers call on me COOK STOVES I Sold with or without vessels extra lowl Colne and get my prices before buying L fi Hall Columbia JSy c 4 lot TI Mill COUNTY lIRWsl Published Every Wednesday B Y THE f Adair gonnty News o IWCOaPORATED cas tl XIAnSXtt Editor Democratic nOWapaper doroted to the Inter csts of the city of Columbia and the people o 7Addr and adjacent counties Katcred at the Columbia Postofflce as second das mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES oN vnARlOOSIX uONTllS5OcSTRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY DEC 18 With the exception of Hon D deleijgation is tied on the tail end significant committees Dr T H Baker has been reap pointed postmaster at Louisville The action of the President is per fectly satisfactorily to the Repub licans of the city John W Yerkes Commissioner of Internal Revenue has decided that banks must return for taxa tion all surplus and undivided profits and borrowed money It is said that Commander Lucien Youngs removal as Cant of the Port at Havana is due to the machinations of the navy clique at Washington Capt Young is a Kentuckian and if we mistake not is a native of Casey county Congress adjourned yesterday and will not again be in session until tho 6th of January Up to adjournment a great many bills had been introduced and beginning in next month the session will be lively until it closes The Meffert Stock Company which has been conducting a the ater at the Masonic Temple Louis ville for quite awhile has gone to the wall It was one of the best places of amusement in the city Another company will likely come to the front l Notwithstanding his term of office does not expire until Februa ry the reappointment of Mr R D Hill as District Attorney for h l Western Kentucky was sent to the Senate last Thursday Mr Hill resides at Williamsburg and has made a dilligent and efficient offi cer Senator J C S Blackburn was married to his cousin Mrs Mary E Blackburn at the rectory of St Pauls Catholic church Washing ton last Wednesday Only a few relatives were present Senator Blackburns children were bitterly opposed to their father marrying and not one of them put in an ap pearance A resolution bearing upon Tay lor and Finley has been introduc ed ill Congress by Representative Robson of Indiana It directs the Judiciary Committee of the House to investigate and report as to whether the constitutional and r statutory provisions in reference to requisitions have been violated by any Governor of any State The Court of Inquiry has hand ed down their decision finding Admiral Schley culpable in elev en of the charges contained in the precept Admiral Dowey how- everi dissents and finds strongly in favor of Schley Owing to the lapse of time no recommenda tion for punishment is made The Court finds Schley negligent dis obedient vacillating dilatory lacking in enterprise and while 1admiting that he was courageous in battle says The turn of the Brooklyn was made to avoid get ting her into close proximity to the Spanish vessels In fact Schleys whole course is condemn ed Upon the other hand Dewey says his movements were made considlbunkers well filled and the squadron as a unit that tho blockades xbothof Santiago alid Cienfuegos were effective and finally He was in absolute command and is entitled to the credit due snchI f commanding officer for the glori one victory which resulted in the the total destruction of the Span CongrewDeweys decision J TO THE BOARD OF EXAMINERSI Tn oar reply of Iat isrtieh u sought hull yni vi the original propositlou and induce you to give an intelligent reason for the rejection of one llalf of the books the people now have and the adoption of other books to be bought and used in their stead We insisted that you sheathe the weapon of abuse that you give the people an explanation but it seeus that jou can not forsake the path congenial to your nature and your reply Is not cquil to your oppor unity You fall to state any real difference in the books adopted and the ones reject ed and in the main ignore the worth to yourselves of a full and open statement of this question to the people It was not our original intention nor is it now tx attempt to sink you beneath the prejudices of the people as you as sert but to the contrary we merely entered a decent protest against the adoption strictly from a financial standpoint and nothlngelse We claim ed in oir first article that the differ ence in the works of good authors was a mere trifle that such a change as you have made will bring a heavy ex pense to parents in this county We further said This change will cost the poor people of this county thous ands of dollars It was not a demand of theirs but brought about by ardu ous work of book publishers not for the betterment of our children but to advance their business This lan guage you denounced an infamous lie In onr reply of last week some mention was made concerning the efforts of the representatives of book publishers tojustify our statement but we did not cover the entire field of their op erations and since your accusation stands against us we deem it impor tant to give further proof of the cor rectness of our assertion In addition to the activity of the agents them selves to secure your approval of their books we are informed that fir of them representing different puolisb ers employed attorneys to assist them in their undertaking Mr J W Johnston who sells clothing and gua antees a fit represented the firm that secured the adoption of Geographies- Mr T A Murrell County Judge elect a brother to a member of the Board represented the firm that secured the readers and according to your statement these firms received odehalt of the entire adoption We are further informed that an attorney of this town was offered a straight fee and an additional fee of 1000 for every book adopted through his efforts but this attorney refused to accept In view of these facts in the face of such efforts and in the light of such results why brand us an infamous liar when we say it was accomplished by arduous work of book representatives Busi ness men do not employ attorneys and aids for fun or for the sake of compa ny The above is recited for no other purpose than to set forth the deter mined persistent efforts of those Agents which we dominate Arduous Work and for which we have been de nounced by you as an infamous liar Here is the only explanation you offer to the people in your Reply Number 2 in justifying the change Now as to the books there are but very few copy books or books on com position used Smiths Kentucky HIs- tory never has been satisfactory to teachers and besides there are not many of them used Overtons Physi ology is superior to Steeles the old book and costless money We have adopted Barnes Histories Harveys Grammars and Petermans Civil Gov ernment We think and the teachers who have examined them think Fryes Geographies far superior to the old Electric Geographies The main change which will affect the people more than any pther are the Arithme tics and Readers because more of them are used than any other books The company which publishes Rays Arith metic did not ask us to readopt They did not expect it Every teacher who has examined and compared arithme tics was in favor of a change We have notspace here to point out every merit and demerit of the different books McGuffeys Readers which are now in use have been so revised that the new ones cannot be used with old ones and so we thought it would be better to have entirely new books in place of the old Readers The above needs no comment for if it means any thing certain we are un able to comprehend it and if it issat isfactory to the people who will be forced to buy new books then indeed they are easy to please We have ask ed you for a plain statement have sought information Concerning the merits of the incoming books and since you fall to give it we can only say to the people that we believe Hydraulic pressure would not bo powerful enough to press you to an intelligent explana tion could itbe applied You seek to make capital outof you r charge against us for our approval of the Chinn Schoolbook Bill which was a factor in the campaign of two years ago You further state that we were calling the American Book Company a trust at that time To these charges we guilty We favored the Chinn S hoolI book Bill on the ground that it would adopt a set of books for the entire State that it would secure them for the same price paid in the State of In diana which is about onehalf the price we are forced to pay the American Book Company Had this bill become a law it would have reduced the pense to the people would have given everycounty the same books and would have protected the people from useless changes at enormous expense andI great inconvenience Since itfailed and since we are forced to patronize a trust we had as soon buy from the AmerI- can Book Company as any other simi lar Institution exacting cxnorbitant prices Xorbpoks1 and especially whea we were already in possession of these books Only wise and wholesome Leg islation can wrest the people from the IIlrirutt- Nthin Is gained and money lost by changing from one trust to an other The people of our county did not demand it They were satisfied with the books they had bought In your Reply Number 2 yoa say Ab Bro Harris it is easy to insinuate and assume but more difficult to prove Probably you judge us as you think other people would judge you Then you quote To an evil mind all things are evil We have not accused you of bad intent at any time but only bad judgment We have pressed you to prove to the contrary but you fail to do so To fathom the depth of secrecy to penetrate the thoughts of man or to measure his intents and purposes is beyond the limits of our endow ments You strongly intimate in your Reply Number 2 that Bro Har ris knows but little concerning books To this charge he pleads guilty and though this is unfortunate yet it is not wholly his fault for it is doubtless due to the faulty and defective books in use in the days in which he was a schoolboy Back in those days the old Blue back Speller was regarded good McGuffeys Readers were satisfactory to teachers parents and students Venerables and Rays Arithmetics were counted worthy foundations for mathematical knowledge Davies Algebra and Loomis Geometry held favor and Holmes History covered the most important events of our Nation al history up to that time The Gram mar and Rhetoric which Bro Har ris was forced to study were doubtless defective as well as the aforesaid books just mentioned and therefore it is no wonder that his knowledge of books and general information are like wise defective It ill becomes you to speak ironically of Bro Harrisde fects since you more fortunately sIt- uated coming under the New era as it were when schoolbooks have neater covers impressive pictures and graphic descriptions of things and events when the power of logic beau ty of expression and simplicity oflan guage were portrayed in the Rhetoric which you studied and which charac terizes your Reply Number 2 as one of the greatest of modern productions His limited education is the result of his own efforts before the days of beau tiful bound text books beyond the time since which authors have so ma terially broadened the path from A to the crowning point in a collegiate ed ucation and it was even before the pe riod when great councils Boards of Examiners wise and discreet aroga ted to themselves the right to change the schoolbooks without an explana tion to the people affected You call us Bro Good Samaritans Tell us not in mournful accents Life is but an empty dream And that man is true to handshakes Or your love just what it seems We have had only one charge to meet and that was to prove that the adoption was secured by arduous work of book agents Since showing the activity of the agents themselves and since it has been shown that they em ployed aid to secure the adoption we feel satisfied to leave the decision with the intelligent people of the county We have refrained from throwing dirt refused to fall to your level in conducting discussion In which all our people should feel an interest We are informed that the Board of Examiners of Green readopted the books in use in that county They have acted wisely and their people will ac cept their act with approval Our Concspondent from Liberty states that their Board will meet in a few days and will readopt the books ic use in Casey county In conclusion we only say We have notsought to have you shoulder any re sponsibility not legitimately yours that we do not approve a change that brings a heavy expense without corresponding benefits The blunder is yours the expense belongs to the people and the profits will be gathered by book publishers We close not to open on this subject again except in the defense of honor truth and jus tice Sensible old Bill Arp of Georgia condemns the higher educa tion of the negro He thinks the race needs moral training more than book learning He says All this maudlin philanthropy has come from the idea that our negroes were savages until freedom came when the truth is they were better fed and clothed and housed and farhappier than the poor of the northern states Collector Sam J Roberts of the Lexington District returned from Washington last week He says he is perfectly satisfied that he will bo reappointed Perhaps when he made tho statement he did not know that ExGov Brad ley would call upon the President immediately after the holidays Bradley is for another man and when it comes to getting what he wants he it it Witnesses in the mountains are howling for their pay In the Reynolds kuklnx cases the witness olaims amout to 3000 Auditor Coulter declines to pay on the ground that the circuit Judgo Moss had no right to transfer the cases from Letcher to Bell county ilia two oontities not being adjacent r J A coldwave of the severest type is nowprevailing in all parts of the country except the extreme South and that section will prob ably feel the effeats of the bliz zard At various points in the North and Northwest the weather is the coldest recorded in December for many years and in the central valleys the blizzard follows an almost unprecedented drop in temperature In the West cattle are freezing and ten people are reported to hav per ished from the cold in Wyoming and several at other points in the country welljknownShelbyville has announced for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge in the Twelfth die triot LIBERTY The many friends of Mrs Mat tie McRoberts are gratified 1 learn tl t sho has been promised the appointment of Postmistress at this place It is an open secret that there is going to be a wedding of a promi nent young couple of this town on Christmas day Rumor has it that another couple or two will follow suit during the holidays At the recent term of the Casey circuit court although it lasted only one week considerable busi ness was disposed of The grand jury returned indictments against about a hundred unfortunates be ing hard upon those who catch fishwith a seine Jas Pember ton was acquitted of the killing of John Silcpx Belle Mason charg ed with felonious house breaking came clear on peremptory instruc tions The indictment against Ezra Stevens for perjury was quashed William Vandiveer the negro who killed Miss Brown dur ing the Fair the past summer was indicted for wilful murder Ho was brought from Stanfordwhere he had been confined since the killing Being unable to employ counsel Bryan Stone of James town and W B Cochran were appointed to represent him who se cured a continuance having had no opportunity to prepare the case Considerable discussion has been had recently about reviving the corporation of the city of Liberty The town was incorporated soon after the war but the time lapsed from some cause Of late consid erable influence has been brought to bear upon Judge Tilford to in duce him to appoint officers for the town Col Paulette of Lebanon rep resenting Rand McNally School Book Concern has been in town a day or two The County Board of Examiners select the school books for Casey county for the next five years on the 21st inst As no complaint has been made of the series of books now in use no change will be made Mr Vames Hatter who resided in the eastern end of the county committed suicide on Wednesday by hanging himself Continuous had health for several years is 4 4 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS A e 100 Per Year t believed to have affected his mind IT wifl Lj11 hurirvliinr of Judg J W Til ford Mr John Thomas who has beeu teaching the term of the public school herehas removed his family to Liberty from Dunn ville Prof Thomas will conduct a subscription school here beginning the second Monday in January Thos Lang who was indictedat the recent term of the court for at tempted outrage upon a girlunder twelve years of age has skipped Before leaving he broke all the furniture belonging to his wife and chased her oil the place Kanzy Russell who lived near Rays Mill in this county and who has been in bad health for a number of years lost his mind and was taken to the Lakeland Asylum by Sheriff T J Bell and Owen Russell The unfortunate man leaves a large family and a host of friends who hope to see his mind restored LIVE STOCK Reported the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shippi1g4 855 25 Light shipping o 4404 85 Best butchers 3 754 50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 75 Common to medium btchr 2 253 00 Hogs Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 6 00 Fair to good packing 160 to 200lbs 5 95 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 5 70 SHEEP AND Good to extra shipping Sheep 2 252 40 Fair to good 2 503 75 common to medium 1 002 00 LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS DEW UN Louisville and St Louis Parlor Carson Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers Night Trains For rates and further Information address L J IRWIN P KYICRCJJl1F I R ESY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon r Marible Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE GRANITE MARKET f IIt1l1l tlPRICES LOW VVQRK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundation fronts etc WMF JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky eo by eo o oeo oe ooaoo o THE COURIERJOURNAL 4 5100 Per Year 1 2 i NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL I i x150 PER YEARX ii 5e o i i Subscribe anb fieep postefc on tbe current i bappenings of the oaE cube Revs ffice call i not be excelled in neat job worn 1 +9 o0s44444904l9 4eO 540 e 90elN 90- CX C OOOOOOOOOJO144 e 000000000 luHOTLJ 0 3 Sv333ai O U BET STREETS e 0 0LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY o- O s7i0 ewsc x- xRelumshotlt Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass xP Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale and RotalU r Districts Churches and Theatres4 0 Pike Campbell A O St Clair Asst Mjyr 0- 09o O TO O000000000 CHAS A BRIDGES WG BRIDGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable icke TQbac a ehQUlSe INDEPENDENT O K ORIDGES SCO PROPRIETORS t Cor Eight mid Main Streets Four months storage free LouisvieH Kentucky Announcement of Qienville School Opens January 6 1902 and Continues one Termt+ tCO U RS ESi 1 Intermediate par month SI 25 2 Comrnor School per mon 01 1 50 3 County Certificate Course per month 82 00 4 State Certificate Course per month 52 50 Good board and rooms 150 per week solid time Deduction for absence of board and attendance at school CB WILLIS JOPPA KENTUCKY H C FEESE UNDERTAKER COLUMBIA KY Cases Caskets Buriial Robes and everything of the newest designs in my line I am prepar ecUto answer all calls day or night Can furn ish a fine hearse at a very reasonable price HENRY KOEHLER C A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER 5 CO SASH i 3ct E F6te EE LUMBERS and Broadway Otis and Kentucky Louisville Kentucky Established 18- 27ENTERPRISE HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY Second rtand and New iyi G T BLACKLEY FllAKELIK ei E ekE- BLINDS MOULD INGS 12th per Hotel 3 iu the Absolute Satis faction Guaranteed The patronage of Merchantst Farmers and Tobacco Growers is Solicited s x Chas Gans Bro Proprietors HARRY B PYNE ILLS BRENTLINGER t EARRY B PYNE CO 11MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN flachinery I ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = 2Kentuck p COUNTY Best 100 lay city F OE 1109 S D HURST WOODFOKD COUNTY Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietors Auction sCnci Private Sales DailyRETURNS PROMPTLY HADE t j 1119 to 1125 West Main Street Louisville Ky Four Months Free Storage Mark your Mhds Independent Hoase 1 PERSONAL MENTION Mr G A Atkins is In 31urlon coun ty this week on business Ethel a little daughter of Mr Frank Jackman is quite sick Messrs H C Wood and J W Kerr Campbellsvllle are in Columbia Mr W P Cochran of Casey county was in Columbia one day last week Hon Geo Nell was taken quite sick last Friday night but Is be tier at pres entMr T R Morrison sheriff of RUE sell county was in Columbia one day last week Miss Jennie Garnett who is teaching at Jelico Tenn Is expected home for the holidays Miss Pauline Cabell who Is in Col lege at Lexington will reach home Saturday night Mr J R White and daughters Camp Knox were shopping in Columbia one day last week Miss Marie Miller who has been vis sting ill Columbia will we understand return to Texas this week Mrs J S Chapman Glensfork vjho has been In a feeble condition for some tIme improves very slowly MlssLula Allen left Thursday morn ing for Sherman Ill where she will visit her sister Mrs J M Frazer Rev W P Gordon will spend the holidays with his parents In Mercer county and left for that point Monday Mr GeoB Murrell wholiveson the Russell Sprfngs road near Wilsons mill has been quite sick for the past three weeks Messrs Sam F White and Sam Nat Hancock of the Monticello Courier I are expected home Sunday night and will remain several days Mr J B Barbee attended a horse sale at Lebanon last Saturday He ports that quite a number were sold very cheap He bought four head at an average of 6500 per head Mr N H W Aaron Common wealths Attorney in this district reached Columbia last Sunday after noon enroute for Carrollton Ky where his family has been visiting for the past six weeks Mr J Pierce Dohoneya wellknown citizen who lives on the pike four miles from Columbia has been in a low state of health for quite awhile and for the last three weeks has been confined to his room Miss Mattie Taylor who has been teaching music in Richmond for the past four months returned home last Saturday night Prof McGarvey wife and children and Miss Fannie Jones will arrive the latter part of this week Mr Strong Hill of Gradyville was in Columbia a few days ago He is now putting up a large business house and will begin selling goods at Grady vllle in the early spring He says he will have the most convenient house in his town Dr J G Staples and hIs Sauthern bride arrived in Columbia last Sunday at noon and are now at the residence of the grooms father Mr Z M Sta pIes The couple were met in Camp bellsvllle by MrH M Kemp and Miss Myrt Staples Mrs Emma T Strange left Monday at noon for Washington D C where she will spend two months with her husband Before returning in March she will visit the fashionable Millinery establishments in the East and make selections for this market Mr J H Judd left Monday morning for New Hope where he will resume work In the revenue service He has not yet racovered from a long spell of sickness and will stop over In Lebanon for the purpose of consulting Dr McChorn who was his physician at the beginning of his illness j LOCAL JOTTINGS n Six days until the arrival of Santa Clans The Baptist church is to soon have a new roof Russells Creek was past fording last Saturday Try Heins bulk mixed sweet pickles at Reed Millers Call and see M Cravens stock of Christmas goods Best stock of groceries In town a Seed Millers 4 Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A M will meet next Friday night The carpenters have completed then work at Allen Piles new residence Parlor suits upholstered In silk Brae atel and silk Damask at Russell Mur rolls 2 A four pear old child of Mr John Willis Cane Valley died a few days ago Buyers of Christmas presents should see Russell Murrells stock before buying t t T6wn tax Is now due The per cent goes on Dec 1st Geo Coffey Collector We will ask all who are owing us to co come and settle without further By so doing you will greatly fobligej Mns TIM BRADSHAN MISs MTIE BRADSnATV I Big stock of Christmas candies nuts elf t Recd Hillier Nice goods suitable for Christmas presents at M Cravens Cumberland river is rising and a good boat tide is now on Magic coal oil the finest grade 20 cents gallon at Reed Millers Ice on the ponds was said to be four inches thick last Monday morning A two months old male calf to trade for either wood or fodder Apply at this office New Carpet RugsWall Papers Lace Curtains Blinds Portiere screws c at Russell Murrells 2 Democracy on the increase In Kelt ner On the 10th inst a son was born to the wife of T W Dowcll Dr J M Johnston Greensburg formerly of Mllltown is now a father The heir arrived last week Mrs Lucy Follis lost a good milch cow one day last week She was sup posed to have founded herself Mr Henry Fulks has removed to a residence near the bridge owned by the Columba Roller Mill Company Russell Murrell will furnish you goad sewing Machines for less money than you can yet them from catalogue houses 2 For your Christmas groceries fruits candles etc go to Miss Mary Smiths She handles the best line In town The newly elected officers are getting signors and by the first of Janu ary all the bonds will be ready for ceptance Wilson Sons loss at Russell Springs has been adjusted by the in surance company in which the policy was carried FOR SALESampson a registered Berkshire male hog prize winner at the Columbia Fair Address EG Atkins Columbia Ky Mrs Sarah Flowers has removed from the Nell property and is now occupying Mrs Eliza Willis residence on Burksvllle street If you want fresh candles or Christ mas presents see Scott Moutgomery He has any thing from an automobile down to a boys whistle The hog market is coming up slowly Good to choice were bringing 625 in Louisville market lastSatuday Cattle and sheep are also advancing Mrs Gornett Smith was in tows last Thursday and in the afternoon her nose commenced bleeding and it was several hours before the flow could be checked Judge M O Allen a prominent lawyer of Burksville who recently bad his left leg amputated is getting along nicely and will soon be able to be at his office Roman chairs upholstered chairs Rockers Leather Cushioned Chairs anything you want in nice chairs at Russell Murrells 2 Mr W T Hawkins Deputy Collector and Revenue Agent Maj Hancock and posse destroyed an Illicit still on Russell Creek this county last week It was below Milltown Tuition rates have been greatly re duced by the Board of the M F Hgh School and If there was an excuse at any time to complain of the figures being too high there is none now Any onewho will contribute to tne Methodist Orphans Home Christmas presents for the children are requested to send such contributions to Mrs Mary Price before Friday next Rev W P Gordon will hold Missionary Institutes at various points In his work during the comingyear Mr Gordon has already secured 20 per cent of the amount ordered by the annual Conference Rev W B Cave made a splendid talk at the Baptist Church last Sun day forenoon At the close of the services letters were granted Mr W S Barker and wife who will remove to Campbellsvllle Never dlssappoint child If you have given it to understand that It Christmastyou others There is no sadder picture than a disappointed child It is said that the various Sunday therpup should receive a present The cost will be but a trifle and all the little hearts will be made glad Thursday of this weekMr John A Burton the efficient sheriff of Marion county will be married to Miss Frances Irene Johnston a popular young lady of Lawrenceburg Mr Burton is well and favorably known here Mr Sam Lewis the produce dealer states that he sustained considerable Joss Saturday night by the freezing of eggs He could not tell the exact number lost but in dollars and cents it will amount to quite a sum Merchants and other business men cannot be too careful about their valu abler The country is full of safe blowers judging from reports in the papers Tficre Is a but two to five robberies ate reported lt rJ k+ r It commenced Draining bore Friday ibtihiiut U olwli and Situ lay iuurnlD r bltri set Ji rnukJ the most disagreeable day of the Winter The Greensburg paper reports tha Capt E CabelPa horse ran away afew days ago and that thu god tleuian Is now laid up with a broken Icftarm We hope thathe will soon be brought around all right The next Quarterly meeting of the M E Church South will be held at Columbia the the third Saturday and Sunday in January Presiding Edcr Shelley will have charge of the meeting awl a full attendance Is desire d Mr J II Young is buying a car load of mules and as soon as he completes his number will start for the Georgia market Mr Van Dunbar who Is trading at some point in Georgia writes that the mule market Is very dull Dr Luther Turk son of Mr W C Turk this county who has been living at Gallion Alabama fur a number of years sustained a loss of several thousand dollars a few days ago by the struction of business houses by fire which occurred in his city We are now selling our hats at cost for cash to close out our entire stock before the season closes We Lace some very stylish and uptodate goods yet Mrs SALLE BUADSIIAW Miss EFFIE BUADSHAW As the season for purchasing holiday gifts advances the young peope become gayer and the merchants happier The latter hive mire goods on display than usual andthe former arc prancing around knowing that they arc to re ceive many nice presents The Elizabethtown News publishes the death of Mrs Lizzie Needham wife of Rev George Needham which occurred at Solway December the 1st We publish the statement thinking the deceased was the wife of Presiding Elder Needham who was on this work several years ago The Bell Telephone Company Is now working in this elrectlon It is our understanding tbat they have already arranged to put in an exchange at Greensburg aud torun their lines over Green county It is said they will enter Taylor and Adair in fact they propose to line the State Onehalf of the people do not know how the other half lives Many tit around comfortable fires with well fill ed cubbardF complaining because their lives have not been thrown In pleasant er places while others are without work but little wood and provisions short Commencing next Tuesday evening the young people of Columbia will turn themselves loose There will be a gathering of some kind every night during the holidays and every body is anticipating a delightful week The severest weather would not hold the young people down This evening at 8 oclock as has been announced in the News Mr Coy Dud geon will be married to Miss Vara Butler at the Baptist church in Cane Valley The church will be handsome ly decorated and many friends will be present to witness the union of this popular young couple The members of Columbia Chapter No7 R A M should remember that the regular meeting night in each month has been changed from the first Monday to Friday evening after the full moon The change was made to accommodate Companions who could not attend on Monday nights It would be well enough for over seers of county roads to visit the neigh borhood of Mt Carmel and see the work done by the enterprising farmers The roads have been gradedand gravel ed making traveling smooth and pleasant There are other sections of the county where the highways arc almost impassable Deputy Marshall W N Sloan of Clinton county gotinto the Red Light District Louisville last week and reported that thirtyone dollars had been stolen from him He caused the arrest of two girls who were acquitted A revolver was found upon Sloans person and he was fined twentyfive dollars and ten days Mr W P Faucett who handles musical instruments reached Colum bia last Saturday night Tne hack was crowded and he rode on the out side When he reached Columbia he was so chilled thas it took some time for him to get sufficiently warm enough to take on supper He did not know how cold it was until he reached the fire ExLieut Gov J R Hindman received a very encouraging r from Adjutant General D R Murray In regard to organizing a drill corps a the MC F High School He sends Infantry drill regulations He advises the organizing of a company of Cadets under the Statute At present he has no unused rifles but thinks he furnish twenty during the winter an probably enough for the school It Is astonishing at the amount of business transacted annually in Colum bia when you take into consideration n the number of country stores in the county A gentleman In this place re cent y made the count and he fours nearly sixty stores in Adair outside o Columbia Notwithstanding all this opposition the merchants of this place have done a better business In 1901 Ulan kny previous year C Notice I v 0700 ct eliO1 nt InyI nsicUi ce jjn ng Hit sect n day iu January shall tsc prepared pupilstfor terms NONA CSDEL Notion I will on Saturday January 18 1902 at my office in Columbia receive and hear proof of claims against W D Tarter assigned Jar Gnrmtfc Jr aapjgiee of W D Tarter 4 t TVmorrow Mr Horace Jeffries of the firm of W F Jeffries Son and Misi iliunio Marshall a popu lar teacher of Glenville will be married at the home of the intend ed brides brother Mr James Marshall ReZ T Williams officiating The couple had con templated a trip to Louisville ad other cities snit thQ extreme cold weather prevents In avery fhorb tmie this happy couple will be come residents of Columbia and will occupy the cottage the intend ed groom rtCiitly purchased if Mr J M Traylor Tho com lg event will be the result ofa long and devoted courtship May hap piness be with them continuously as they go hand in hand down the stream of Time Mr Henry Farlec of this place bad a narrow cscapa from a watery grave last Saturday afternoon He was re turning from Gradyville and meeting several persons upon horseback lie supposed that Pctt It Fork was fjr1 able lIe was in a buggy and being very deaf asked no questions Upon reaching the stream he drove In and was soon in deep and swift water The horse and buggy were washed a consdTablc distance and finally the vehicle was upset The harness did not give way and Mr Farlcc holding on to the buggy was dragged totheshore lie Is a luau past seventy and was al most chilled to death when he reached the bank Friends soon appeared upon the scene and Mr Farlce was con veyedhoini where he has been in a feeble condition ever since About sixty years ago a brother of Mr Farlee who was a mall rider was drowned at at the Big Rock below the bridge A large audience witnessed the clos tag exercises In Mrs Nona Cabells school Tuesday evening of last week every body being well pleased with the renditions Jo Harris was there and he reports that two of the best speeches ever made in that house were de livered by Lucien Ilunn and Jo Barbee He was loud in the praise of the enter tainment generally and kept his par ents awake until a late hour telling abut it He was sore because the whooping cough kept him out but says he will be with them next time Ends with aT The entertainment opened with the song America Two prominent features of the program were the sentiments that build and foster true patriotism Our country tis of thee sweet land of Liberty sung by the school way ing the stars and stripes Is a strong incentive to build a deep and lasting lye of freedom and its banner uMy Old Kentucky Home sacred to every true Kentuckian from the mountain hovel to the city mansion impresses and deepens the love for home Such exhibitions are too rare Ben Todd of color who lives at Cane Valley and runs a team between Columbia and Campbellsville is said to be one of the most careful wagoners on the road and he has the confidence of the merchants of this place One of them remarked the other night that sometimes wagoners cme up short with a package lost on the told and when such an accident happens to Ben he pays the damage right on the spot and It he finds the lost article he brings it up for his pay JIere is an other incident fn Bens Ure He is a strict member of the Christian church He has a good home and his house is the stopping place for preachers Sveral summers ago one of his minis ters was conducting a meeting at the Valley One day Ben was plowing close to his dwelling and the preacher came up and stretched himself under the shade of a tree In the yard As Ben passed near him he hollooedIeGo ahead Brother that is the way I got my start There was a sudden stop and going up to the preacher Bensaid Make your arrangements to leave my house You can stay and get your dinner but not another minute will you be allowed upon my premises I will not feed a person who pokes fun at a working man It is needless to state that the preacher left asThe Columbia 011 Company was notified last hursday by their driller andtJeffries left immediately for the scene When the tools became fastened a depth of over seven hundred feet had been reached Wo take it that the anddof a strike Campbellsvillc probably has the most extravagant eater in all the State A few days ago Bob Lang of African decent devoured the following articles atone sitting Two bottles of pepper pepperftyfour bananas one pound candy and one half pound crackers Mr JVtB Batbee of ttilscity vouches for tbo cprrbctncsB of this statement p LnV IItTiiesrta jrl WVir iy if t wcuiv vva larjtry aiToui d and uninIDter Citwas manifested in mission work He found the people f Iloweaa and vl riulty very hospitiihl and hs vlstvery touch CUJICJ lie f mod the peo pie generally well and farmers up with their work Much corn was destroyed along the river during the Hoods f the early Fall but there Is plenty forborne consumption Stock of all kinds look ing well and some recent sales were made at fair prices Mr Gordon stop pQdwith Mr Jhu Mrlarandvfihs a hippy hosu in it oi j of ill mIr llr lcrous farmers in loess county Piid list kinrc List fsueJasS- rplth W lllgKiosy IJ W Ilaias Bow Welbinxton T S Benson B L Royse J Sweeny M J Wiikerson J W Fair R A Luttrell M W Jones J B Bown T G Evans S B Sharp J D Owens M D Smith Dr L HainmondfWV C Ruberts W R Pol lard Geo Cbeatbau Alvin Browning Sam Allen W FI STllee W N Smith Geo M Stevenson Ben Ctinovcr M R Medaris W II Pollard T W Djvicil R L Iludd C II Yates J R White W O Piir At a recent term of the Green cir cu t court the grand jury lit a Very gxjd biiflnsi Flftyswcii indlcl unts were returned casfhJas fol lows Murder malicious shnoth g 3 breach of hu paw 12 oinwuled weapons liquor selling 14 disturb ing worship 9 abusive language 4 shooting on highway 7 horse stealing house breaking getting money under lake pretense musiuee 2 furntcation alienating a1Tclnions of anothers wife I obstructing highway drawing gun on another gaming 1 I thank my customers for the splen did patronage they have given me for the past seasons and ask you all to remember me in the sptirg I will when I am in thcEist visit the whole silo markets lUll will return at the usual time wIth a full line of Spring and Summer Millinery Mbs Birdie Powell will have charge of my store while lam away and aoy thing In my line cm be purchased front her at a greatly reduced price llespt Mrs Emma T Strange David Parker who was tbe cook for a number of construction hands employed by the Cumberland Telephone Company was blown to pieces at- Grcesburg a few days ago He placed some sticks of dynamite in an oven to tbawvas had been his custom and when they got properly heated there was an explosion One o Parkers legs was brown off the other one so badly shittred that amputation was neces sary and death followed in a few hours Capt JS Chapman of Glcnsfork met with a very serious accident one day last week He attempted to get upon his horse when the animal shied Mr Chapmans foot hanging in tbe stirrup The horse became frighten ed and started in a run dragging the unfortunate man a considerable dis tance One of his legs was badly hurt and he was otherwise injured lie is now going on crntche but his friends hope to see him all right In a week or two Preaching will bo conducted next Sunday by the following named pis tors T F Walton and ZT Williams Columbia W S Dudgeon Freedom W H CSandidge Hopewcll G W Montgomery Roley W P Gordon Milltown T L Hulse Pleasantridge JP Vanhor Clear Spring C M Deenor Liberty C F Breeding Poplar Grove W B Cave Gradyville Our Gradyvillo correspondent writes Our free echool closed last Friday Our teachers Prof G P Dillon assisted by Miss Mary Todd rendered service that was acceptable to every patron of our school Not a discord or a mur mur has been heard Our children advanced rapidly in allof their studies we only regret that we could not keep them longer Prof Dillon will enter the Theological school at Nashville in a few days Miss Todd will enter the High School at Columbia the first of January Born to the wife of Howard Keltnor on tho 13bh a son Miss Stella Fitz gerald of Covington is visiting her sister Mrs Wilson inour place at this writing W M Smith and sou sold last week to Smith d Nell 15 nice head of hogs at d4o per lb BASIL The meeting at Morris Chapel con ducted by Revs Wilson and Hulls continues Both gentleman are excel lent preachers and the meeting has the ring ofuold time religion Miss Same Yarberrys school closed yesterday Miss Yarberry is an excel lent young ladyand has taught good school are well pleased with her and doubtless she will teach ofstributed presents to the little folks Mr Read Moss who kied a tOw days ago was an excellent citizen He is survived by his wlte and eightchildrcn The deceased was 71 years old and a consistent member of the Methodist Jas O Nelson 92 years old entertained a number of friends at dinner a few days ago Miss JdaWilson will teaeha Winter schoblbcjre vr ire Now Stock Christina GOYdSZ J Wegave just received a new stock of nice things for the Holiday Trade embracing lots of useful articles for givebelowSmyrna Moqnette and Axminster Rugs Hassock Lace Curtains Portiere Chair Tablo clan Dresser Ticlif s C01I thingsinDiningRoomCouch Covers and Pillows White Counterpanes from the cheapest to the nicest Marseilles all Wool Bed Blankets and Comforts Parlor Furniture Parlor Chairs and Rockers Couches Easels etc FihmnishillgstU Shirts Collars Neckwear Suspenders Underwear IiosiCrYrMufflers Handkerchiefs etc A new stockof Winter Styles in Dress Goods and Triming iil1TeTo do sowe are offeringreduced prices on JatketsVVrapM Fur Scarfs and Capes Clothing Our Clothing Stock is too large for the season we are reducing it by cutting prices Our Over Coat Stock is Im mense now if your time to secure a bargain Shoes Anything nice in Shoes you want all styles and lasts We are making specialty in Mens and Ladies fine shoes We havnt time or space to enumerate half the good things we have for you Come and sec our stock Russell Murrell COLUMBIA = KENTUCKY Actual Sine of Watches o Solid Xickcl case and American Stem winder at 225 Fully warranted for one year Mean V6lis1 333333666 The smallest for tho moneystand fully warranted for one year Just the thing for boys and girls and good enough for any man as an ordinary time piece If the watchxloes not give satisfaction return it to ns y mail 2 cents and we will send you another In the hundreds we have sold not one came back Catalogue of all kinds of Watches and Jewelry sent free of charge Established 1872 Reference 3rd National Bank this city orany business home 1KION GERABDET CO 601 Macltot Louisville Kentucky CREELSBORO- Good prospects for a boat tide James P Clayton has two hogs for saleCapt J E Morgan Irish Bottom was in town Friday- MasterHall Baker nur sv lIe is visiting his grandfather C A Campbell Jas P Clayton was so unfortunate as to lose afine male calf S II Morgan sold his farm in Irish Bottom to C U Allen for 2000 Anew epidemic something similar to colic is raging among mules Mr Jessie Hadley our blacksmith has not been able to work for two weeks on account of a fellon Misses Myrtld McClure and Myrtle Wooldridge Kendall were here shopping last ThursdayiJD Irvin Jr is making his store more convenient by putting in more countersMr Armstong anddaugh near Crocus were here Fridey shoppingIA thororough bred Durham cow owned by hell and Sherd Williams fell over the cliff last weekand was stantly killed L C Smith has bought a farm in Lawsons Bottom Aunt Jane Stone who has been in bad health is thought to be improving RockiHouseWm W Johnson B F Buster is having his town property painted nod papered He will move in soon Wm nigginbottom paid1 M Barnes 2 50 for a load of hayy 6ur school conducted by Cortes Saunders of Joppa closcil Friday Be- sIdes the scholars there were several visitors from this and surrounding districts Apclljycd the spelling match and distribution candy The school has had better attendance this fall than usual the chil dren learning well and the parents be ing well pleased We hope to secure Mr Saunders again next fall ONTHILL4Most schools arc out aud the teach t ers are selecting places to attend this Winter Every teacher knows he must attend school It he keeps up with the times v Our merchant J H Smith was In Louisville ast week purchasing a large stock of goods J II Smiths is tho place for bargaIns T A Smith closed school Friday week with an exhibition at night It was largely attended and all had a good time Loren O Phelps and a man by the name of Phelps both of Jamestown- were here a few days ago bird hunting- They report a large number killed W H Robertson Is building a fertil SmithI and Smith Bros Irvins Store are having- a fine trade J K Butcher of Decatur was hereon business a few days ago D C Thomas of Missouri who Is visiting his father reports moderate times in his State Pneumonia Prevented Among the tens of thousands who have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has resulted In pneumonia Thos Whitfield Co 240 Wabash Avenue Chicago one of the most prominent druggists in that city reeomIRemedy for la grippe in many cases as it not only gives prompt and complete recov erYL but also counteracts any telldenc of lagrlppe to result in enlDbnlgaFor sale byM Cravens i c a = Chipqrj l2irt8fc 7frC88 postofflces In the United States at the end of the fiscal year 1900 or one to every 1000 inhabi r tants A postmaster in India went hunting T inthe i jangle and was laevourcd6y a jniaheating5tlgor What time was ItI I Ate P M s He After I left you last night Lwas crsTT I Hlrtn r take jUst one more kiss sfiSI =Well you can stay an hour later tonigtil J odce shortly after the thud crusade i EJCiiardtt was seized with a sever pain In the stomach SVbat time was 4 It In the middle of the knight Alad stooping to dip water from the source of a nountaln stream lost his balance anti fell headlong What timcI was lt2 Somewhere in thasprinp iivVtraveler once meL Sml erLars t whom he gave the foiljvving sums of money To one 12 cents to another and to another 5 Wliat time was ItI A quarter to three Those who go Into the country for a dil Port should keep the fact In mind that under no circumstances have they a right to hunt on any farm without the consent of the owner and they are liable to be prosecuted for- trespass Do not Intrude yourself up DJ any farmer for he has rights you f are bound to respect Besides most farmers have stock on their farms which they cant afford to have fright ened or possibly shot by reckless hun ters An exchange is advocating the organ ization of a society for the prevention of cruelty to vegetables Because just think of digging the eyes out of pota toes pulling the ears of corn eating tbe heads of cabbage pulling the l1rds out of rye threshing the wheat cutting the heart out of trees tearing the skin off a peach breaking the neck of a squash scalding the lettuce quar tering an apple squeezing a lemon and similar outrages Come to think about it what is the use of grumbling anyway It is all right when you kick but doesnt sound well when any one else kicks It Is rather coarse work There are reasons for all things good or bad A good healthy minded man or woman never kicks about ailments hard times the weather bad luck or telephone or mill service Mot kicking is a matter of stomach trouble anyway Only listen to some fellow doing a good hard kick fog act some time and it will break you of the habit if you bave it Tickers and cranks are necessary so are flies and bugs and hoot owls but dont get In that class The most foolish thing In the world Is lose ones temper Of old the wisest of men said Better is he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city The person in authority who Is self controlled can control otherschildren servants and employer generally No One cap govern subordinates who is not able to govern himself When one loses temper In the home and says bit ter things in a hasty mood there is sire to come an aftertime of sorrow and repentance and there is a hurt in the heart which may or may not last for years There are scars that never tease to throb though the old wound seems to be healed Should death sud denly snatch hence a dear one before pardon for some injustice had been sought and grantee the regret would never pass away School Laws State Superintendent o f Schools McChesnev has completed bis biennial report and makes the following recom mendations to the Legislature That the third class teacher certifi tate be abolished that the individual school districts be clothed with authors ity to vote on a proposition to levy tax for building school houses that the county be made the unit for the taxation that the present trustee system be so changed as to have only one trus tee in a district appointed by a coun ty board of education this county board of education to consist of the county superintendent and one mem ber from each magisterial district electedby the people on the regular quadrennial election the members to give bond foi the faithful performance of duty and to be paid S3 per day for such days as they are actually in ses sion the number of days they can be in session in one year to be limited by statute the board to be clothed with authority to build all schoolhouses purchase all material for same and to purchase all furniture and apparatus I also to have authority to employ all teachers except in graded school dis tricts LosTthe fourth Sunday in Oct s between A G willis and Joppa a palr of specks The finder will pleaser return to the News office with thanks r A r Mecca of Millionaires- The millionaires are all Mucking to New York front rLHadilphio Chica go San Francisco and other cIties says rthe Sunday New York World All along Fifth avenue new buildings are being constructed by outside money Clark of Montana Is build ing a mansion that will cost nearly 20000000 It will be one of the finest residences in America It is to have a private theater every detail of which will be perfect Senator Clark is a great lover of art In the Clark gal lery of paintings are more masterpie ces than In the gallery of any other rain fn America with the exemption of W K Vanderbilt Clark bas agents cuutantly in most of the European epUls Iwlintf nut f r terjtins In pier un ins hall lIt su rare wJi vie rich Hint nf the oil rllpJUran ilu veum if art- Anthcr palatial residence going up on the further endnf Fifth avenue Is that of Andrew Carnegie This house will not have so elaborate an exterior as the Clark house but Jt is said that its interior decoration will be folly as ystly as those of the Senators home The Carnegie art and sculpture pallei lee will represent an investment of about 1000000 Amotg other important millionaire invaders of New York City are the Crocker of San Francisco Chat Ty son Ysrkcs of Chicago Clarence IL Mackay the Dalys the IIuntingtons the Morses the Chlsholms the Proc ters the Moores and the Reids Saved AtGraves Brink I know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S n New sum of Decatur Ala if It had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold aguny from the worst forms of Indigestion Water brash Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia But this excellett medicine did me a world of good Since using it I can cat hearttlyand have gained 35 pounds For Indlgesslon Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters area positive guaran teed cure Only 6c at T E Paull Columbia and W n Wilkinsons Liberty Rev A A Johnston a colored Meth odist preacher was shot in his pulpit at Oskaloosa Ia by Anna Nelson who claims to have b2en wrongei by him A Million Voters Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of West point la Lis ten why A severe cold had settled on bis lungs causing a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he bad consumption but could not help him When all thought he was doomed be began to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and writes It comepletely cured me and saved my lie I riow weigh 227 lbs Its posi tively guaranteed for Cough Colds and Lung troubles Price 50 c and 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls Co lumbia and W H Wilkinson of Liber ty One person was killed and 20 others were Injured by a Central of Georgia passenger train jumping the track on a high embankment at Macon Ga The Pride of Heroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore eet and Stifi Joints Buckleajj Arnica Salve is the best in tbe world Same for Burns Scales Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles It curesor no pay Only 25c at T E Paulls Columbia and W Hi Wilkinsons Liberty President RoosehBlt is said to have become very weary ofti the JJitchcoskKefeus fi gh t T h e most strenuous man may some times got an overdose of strenu ousuees What Girls Should learn Someone hasjsuggested fifteen things that every girl can learn at fifteen Not every one can learn to play or sing or paint well enough to give pleasure to her friends but the following accomplishments are within every bodys reach Shut the door and thut it softly Keep your own room in tasteful order Have an hour forrislng and rise Learn to make bread as well as cake Never let a button stay off tweutyfour hours Always know where your things are Never let a day pass without doing something to make somebody comfortable Never come tohreakfast without a collar or go about with your shoes unbuttoned Speak clearly enough for everybody to understand Never DJget or hum so as to disturb others Never fuss or tretDenver Field and Farm CourierJournal and News iLOOa lrt Protectionist Praise As was to have ben expected in the case of an utterance so reassuring to the interests which they represent the protectionist newspapers throughout the Union are loud In their praises of tl atportionofPrestdentfoosevelts message which mildly advocated a vague policy of reciprocity These newspapers know well that tradetaxing tariff is absolutely safe from any material reduction through the operation of such reciprocity treaties as are likely to ba sanctioned by the Fiftyseventh Congress They hope also that a shrewd manipulation of the reciprocity trick will have the effect of deferring beyond 1904 a light hi firc the people on the issue of tariff tvislon If voters can be led tu b Heve that tariff ifvitJoa is practically a com pirh d by means of rCtiprl city trey tcs which In rcaltts will cause uu gtu ine lowering of tariff schedules the gain fur the protectionists will to gnat and the cost little ThatPrtsldent Roosevelt has been so pliable to the will of the hightariff trusts as even to stop this side of the views held by the late President ili ICinky with regard to the necessity for tariff revision is a cause of th3 greatest rrj IcJLg to protected inter ests and protection organs The LOV President was not counted upon as being so easily managed There was a grave apprehension In monoply circles that Mr Roosevelt would deal with the tariff and the trusts from the point of view of the people who pay the tar iff tax which created and now main tains trust manopolles For this rea son his first message to Congress was awaited with considerable uneasiness on the part of the syndicatss Now however the President is known to have yielded to party influ ences demanding a Republican obedi ence of trust orders St Louis Republic Feils A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that good physic laos were unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings New Life Hills Teey work wonders In stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation sick headache 25c at T E Pauils Columbia and W H Wilkinsons Liberty Horace Edwards residing near Greensburg was shot and seriously wounded by John Will Edwards his half brother In a fight at a blind tiger in Wolfe county D Rose and William Tutt were shot and Wm Stamper was badly injured with an ax We have recently read a description of a donation party given to a good country clergyman Inpart payment of his small salary the principal result being 27 bushels of beans and a large variety of secondhand clothing for hi children The patience of the clergy mans wife gave out Next Sunday she dressed all her five children in the donated clothing and under her direc tion they marched up the aisle just as the good pastor was reading tha beautiful passage Yet Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these We need not add that the next donation party was of an entirely different character Bradley seems to have the ear of the new President and it is said ho will not stop at the removal of Collectors Sapp and Comingore There will be others to go Suit has been brought at Frank fort against former acting treasurer W R Day and former act ing auditor Jno S Sweeney to re cover 28224 52 State funds un lawfully used to maintain mob during Taylord occupancy of the Governors office James Green a lad of about 14 years who resides near High Bridge came near meeting his death in Kentucky river a few days ago if reports be true He was out duck hunting ina canoe and just struck flock of the beau ties which roso and flew over his head He immediately brought his trusty to his ehoulder and blazed away The gun being one of the kicking kind as all shot guns are it kicked him over the sIde of tho skiff and in such a manner that he was absolutely helpless his head being submerg ed in the water while hia feet was entangled in some trappings in the boat He would have drowned in a few minutes but for the fact that a man near by on the shore saw the awful predictment of young Green and jumping into a skiff which was moored close by rowed to the drowning youth just in time to sic his life Harrods burg Sayings y a Can a Thief ba Successful It has been tald that there never was successful thief who could not have made more money by devoting an equal amount of energy and brains to some honest pursuit If there can be such a thing as a successful criminalif the word success can in any way belong to the enemies of society and good morals there is much truth in the statement One thinks of George Zolllnhofer in this connection lIe was receiving teller of the Wil liamsburg N Y Savings Bank Now be is a scoundrel a miserable trembling supplicating thief He used the Vst of brains the keen edge of bis aLiuyv to so doctor tIlt banks books that they would look him cst to the sharpest examiners He did it f r m athanI years Then was hardly a 7ar hat he didnt steal and pv dyit c iiio more and more fHllotilt to tnslce the mass of ly tag figures lu k innocent But he ciM it ClIme seemed to sharpen uis wis He reached a point finally where he took prIde in his abi Ity to fool the people who trusted in lIe was smarter than they and hetl ried in it And then one day his mJserale house of cards fell It is a way structures reared In crime have and the teller collapsed and carried to prison by two policemen There he broke down and confessed stole something less than 100000 an says he is sorry He is sick and the doctors say he will probably die within two weeks Up to the day of his arrest he was a successful criminal Now the low est individual who breaths the air of freedom wouldnt change places with himThere is nothing in all the world that ever has or ever can take the place of rugged honesty It pays all the way from the cradle to the collln Neuralgia and Lame Back Dear SirI have been a sufferer from neuralgia and lame back for years two bottles of your liniment cured me accept my thanks and best wishes for your success I am sincerely yours Mrs Sadie Morris Springfield Mo A T Bartlett Agent Cane Valley Kyf Give him a call The Gradyville High School will open first Monday i n January Primary course 150 Intermediate course 200 Teachers course 250 Good board can be obtained for 150 for full week from Monday until Fri day 100 Address John W Flowers Principal Bliss Ky Freak weddings seem to be the orde of the day Last week an Ohio gii married the photograph of her love who was in another state a prox abseost groom Now it is a Kentucky girl who figures in a long distance wedding At Bowling Green SaturdayMIss Mau Wilcutt stood in the telegraph office and became the bride of Dr J W Thety married by wire the questions being asked from the Texas end by a justice of the peace They were answered by Miss Wilcntt Miss Wilcutt is un usually pretty Her home is at Lewis burg Logan county Ky She is at present teaching school in Butler coun ty She met tbedoctor recently while enroute to Rochester The telegrap- operator and her newspaper acquaint ances of Bawling Green were witnesses to tbe marriage Mrs Simmons leaves next week for Texas to join her husband He will meet her enroute The Montreal board of health Is convinced that the death rate among children has been increased by child insurance and it recommends that in the future no insurance be allowed on a childs life until it has reached the age of ten years It is a sad commen tary on our boasted civilization that parents should be suspected of hastening the death os their children in order to secure an insurance It looks as if reciprocity would be sidetracked by the tariff barons For a great many years the beneficiaries of protection have been able to silence all tariff reform sentiment in the Republican party with the throat that any attack upon the system would jeopar dlze the entire structure It is the old doctrine of hang together or hang separately J N Hawkins a prim neat L xing fon merchant was shot and robbed in that city lUtSaturdaynght lie died 12 hours later No arrests have been made lien Fultz was arrested In Louisville on complaint of Miss Georgia Apple gate who charges him with making her drunk and ftealingher diamond earrings v i h WMUURRBIEF A really healthy woman has lit tle pain or discomfort at tno menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of Cardui will quickly relievo those smarting menstrual palm and the dragging hoad back and side aches caused by falling of the womb and Irregular menses MHOfCARDU has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the men strual organs strong and healthy It is the provision mado by Na ture to give woman relief from the terribhj aches and pains which blight so ninny ho-medauky K ideasIfide and ooold sol get any e efare ip hjJMecl It duty tp say tht 71 JbuJLt wonderful uuUltetatyrc uddreu fining taatectattauoosauedraneca GORDON MONTGOMERY pd mW a COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining specialtyeOstore As a heroic measure to prevent the verdict being known in advance the wives of the Scbley court members hove agreed not to talk How to Cure Croup Mr R Graywbo lives near Amenia Duchess county N Y says Cbam bcrlains Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used It is a tine chidrens remedy for croup and never fade to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has developed it will prevent the attack This should be borne in mind and a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at band ready for instant use as sooa as these symptoms appear For sale by M Cravens The Kentucky Distillers and Ware house Company has cyntracted to ex port 7000 barrels of its whiskey to avoid the tax payments Pneumonia Prevented 1dnlong the tens of thousands who grh for and grippe the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has resulted in pneu manta Thos Whitfield S Co 240 thde in speaking of this says We recant mend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for la grippe In many cases as it not only gives prompt and complete recovery but also counteracts any tendency of lagrippe to result in pneumonia For sale by M Cravens For Sale or RentA good conven lent dwelling on Burkesvllle street joining the Hancock Hotel BoosbColumbia Ky LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS D1frWn2N LoabviIIouiiStLoiis PallorCars ca Train- sPullma Bulfst Sleepers en Night Trains For Tales mnl further InforatUta L J ikWI litLoulevILiX WoodsonLewisBros Greensburg ea lucky Have just received three car loads of Buggies Carriages and Farm Wagons 1000 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer An Immense Stock Dry Goods Clot hihg and General Merchandise that they are selling be low any compeditor l1sSEU SPi4os4oTEli open commodious Harnessiaild Saddles Remember I keep a good stock of stock of Handmade Saddles and If you cant be suited in my ready made lino I prepared to make what you want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warrantedfor 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robes whips etc J W JKOKT N Columbia Kentucky Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS IiANCOC KProp 0JSTThe above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready the comfortable accommodation of guests Tablesupplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable Toad sample room Feed stable at attached DO YOU KNOW 0That you can find a nice Watch or a tasty piece of Jewelry or a nice Dia monet Ring or Broach or Silver Toilet Ware or Silver Table Ware at very low prices or even If you only need your watch repaired go to see LEONARD HUBER h1EWELERC4 712 W Louisville Ky Get Well and Keep Well L The True source of health at last found Good news for the sick It every reader of the and News but knew of the wonderful cur at ve propertiesof Dr T II Saymand vegetable remedies they would not be without them Cheapest and best All kinds tf sickness yields surprisingl- Y quick They arc OK and are ing used many Get them Send jor them By mall postpaid A T Bartlett Agent Cane Valley Ky J 4 LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KAY- o THOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted bydxper lenccd workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country fratronize a home Institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED iVUUSR 1s its Columbia Kentucky Bring us that load of wood you prom tone ttiaVirgb1 JRemembTr ouf stb k Uikt dblti 11f jf i KIMBLE KY ooo- is now for the tnvelin public the year round It Is a large building as the picture in djcates and is run firstclass In every particular oco lVAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop that good Bridles Harness am exactly for MnrkotSt Spectator by CHRISTMAS GOODS I have a full line of Christmas Goods They will go at the lowest prices Give me a call3t Yours Truly COY E DUDGEON Robt John F Neat with OTTER GCOW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nos 214 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWNJKYJ HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors openedTandHolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords Thetoproprietors are attentive and very sample rooms and the building is aonveniestto the business houses Pint class livery attached to the hotel Terms very tessonable OC JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths an d Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind ofwork needed in this section S9 This shop is the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call when in need of work in their lines lye GZ PARSON MOSST GO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS OOtTlISIl KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 yearsagd know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give uscalU Shop near Columbia Mill Go NwlyFarmsnea American Plat Per Day ic 3otci908L8MEALS 523W Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY jf c bsLilr 1Cttr t t