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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if AiIiAiIRM I B W8 F VOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11902 iUMBER A POSSUFJFIOE DIRECTOR J Russell Postmaster Oac lout Iweek l ys7GO a m 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY TThree aeaslons a yearThird sw1tthird Monday In September Circuit JudgeW W JonesKOc atnon wealth s SUerlffJ W Hurt OlerkJas Coffey CcoKTFirst Monday In each month Judge J W Bailer County Attorney Jasa niett Jr erkT It Stults JailerS II Mitchell Assessor Bradshaw likS q QaronerLeonarditetoherCtrr second Monday in mouth IdCtIJ W Atkins ornerGordon MontRomerr OHUBClf DIRECTORY PRESBTTERIANOttOiuuviLLB pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night MBTHODIBT UVBUTIXIB BTRBKTRCT W P Gordon patitor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer moetlngThursday GrUlnrSDURo STBBBTBov W oy tT Services third 8 sudsy In each month ii ar loyschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer sneodng Tuesday night CHIIISTIAX- CAMMKIUVIUB PrElLBd ZT William Pastor Services First Sunday In each moat u Snadayschool every Sabbatal IiRm Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC No P and tDeJu ar ousting In their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the null moonin each month OAKBMF WM ZCDL4yBA BacyhPiday night alter full mlon Ja n P W WBaADBHAW Secretary New Carriagee and lagon Shop 0I havcleased the R C Eubank shop and will give Caffiae Wagon Work special attention Work done by me will be first class Pro duce taken in return for work S F EUBANK Pumps Hose Belting t PACKING IBOILER TUBES Well Casing Iron Pipe MGenrralfor Water Gas and Steam rIand Factory Supplies C01KEINCORPORATFDS uisvUo J Kentucky BRUNIR CO WTIOIKSALE PRODUCE DEALERS We cblLreno co emission on Butter Peel try and Egg Also guarant e highest market prices 471 Brook Sreet LOUISVILLE IE Farmers FarmerslI I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams tithrow Jivater from your springs to your housesoi barns Can also furnish eveTr Write to me at Columbia for estimates or call and se meat the Marcum Do tel Yours truly N WOOD T HE THREE OITIESSHOEcSTOREJi DEAlERSrN Rxcln lvo Higli Grade Loots and Shoes spntolxroas rRU4ArAttRr Perfect Fitting MwIerBSli hIi 3 15 Fourth Aeu f LOUISVIJjLE is- PURDY Dear Old Adair County News How oft in days agone while I was in the far West did I think I would talk with my friends through your in teresting columns but time sped iftly on and two years have rolled by and wended me back to myhOld Home the dearest spot on earth with all its familiar scenes All did I say Ob no as I sadly reflect the brightes lighWrom my home had gone out when I reached here My mother had faded away into silence She strove so hard to live till I got here but one eve in the lonesome twi ght she passed happily out of her weary waiting into her loving Savior arms In wnom she trusted so faithfully never to know the grief rod dfsap pulutrocntuthcrcUfdiu out iiuaing her here I want to say to the boys and girls who read the News and fain would I proclaim it on the house tops of the world those who have a mother h for Christs sake love her and lead her gently down lifes steep de cline Be kind and gentle to her for when you lose mother the best friend on earth has gone If you have ever been cross to mother repent and atone for it before it is too late Praise God I had no blUe words to recall to my mother which is the only consolation to me Again let me say lure your mother lure your mother TOO LATE TOO LATE Amid the worlds constant din and Luther Sat a loving child brooding of home and mother Who amoog the tumult and the throng Was thinking thinking all day long db could I only tread once more The field paths to the old home duor the old green meadows could I sec ow happy happy J should be Seems as though wherere I wander 1 can see my mothers face And my dear od gray haired father As he goes from place to place Just then a voice sweet with pity Said tenderly peace poor heart Oh glorious thought away with both liHeres a message from home and mother Come home Annie come home That sweet message to bci did say Why so long from anther roam Why so long from mother stay Blessed thought Oh happy day Those precious forms I soon shall sec I will at once go home to mother Then how happy I shall be Forthwith starting on her tireless jurnep- yiotherswotdstime sufficed But ere she got tj home and tattler other was asleep in the arms of Christ And as she n arcd the dear old spot To where mothers place now knew her net he iktnoranty and happily sang each dll- YWhnwe get home howsweet iwil be As she drove to the old hnne gate Alas they said youve conic tOil late- Mothers gone to the other 6h ri to watt Tonrethcr child at the Golden GateTOh God I cried why this bitter cup The bitterest of dllthls one last sup Have mercy Lord upon us all Whu vainly cross words to mother re call On glorious thojghtl God bless my way Twas not wih me this day My mother to me was all in all To berthcre were no bitter words recall Come friends of JJY and friends of wog Who have motare hert below And Jlln me in a promise Thut youll speak cross to ticm wore And when our Jives arc ended And time diaJi be no store Well go and live with mother VYhere orrov is tiornorc I ask my friucids for me to pray That Ill meet my mother with jIf someday Not with the words at the got Jen rate Alt my ehlldfoe conic too Jate f t t7D Fl Shoot hut on Sight A press telegram from Columbus Ohio reports the escape of a federal prisoner from the United States barracks in that city and addslI the guards aresearchlng for him with ders to shot him on sight It the affair Is correctly stated the case de serves more than passing attentionH from the authorities and The order to shoot him on sight Is not only summary and barberous but is violativc we should think of all civil and military law It would be Interesting to learn the inauthoritytary commander to a military guard Do our regulations of war prescribe that a prisoner csciipln from guards in a territory where war and niurlia law do not exist may be shot down in cold blood without even the privilege of surrendering again to the lawful authority The civil courts of WeI states have repeatedly held that such fatal authority cannot be exercised by civil officers even in the cxtrcmcst cases A sheriff or a policeman cai only Le justified and that upon due trial for killing an offender or an csI caping prisoner when the killing Is plainly done in selfdefense Is there a higher law that controls military men in similar cases and can they kill for the mere act of a prisoner in seeking to escape tram custoJ If there is such a warrant in existing laws it is certainly a strange statute in our system of government and cannot be too M1Yein the above mentioned case should kill the escaped wan ou sight and do this on state territory outside the mil nary reservation the killer would beI subject to indictment trial and pun Ishmcnt for murder under the sate law and no order of his superior oflWer could operate as his defense in any sense The order is purely an order to murder and the seeming right to give it It it exists in our army laws should bo repealed at once A Unique Trick Chicago saloon keepers who offer attractive and generous displays of free lunches to customers have been made the victims of a man who has disco eyed a novel and safe scheme to secure all the edibles without first buying something to drink The tree lunch confide nee man en ters a saloon with a satchel in his band He waks bodly up the counter which holds the huge platters of roast beta boiled ham pickled sar lines rye brca cheese and sundry other edlbls Without making any secret of his movements the stranger who Is well dressed begins to take Rpnrru portions of each sort of food and place them to hi satchel In almostevery cafe the welter in the saloon approaches the stranger and asks what he means by taklntr the contents of the luncn counter in wholfsOe fashlnn Toe pilferer a food replies that he Is an cmpnyc of th Chicago city department and has beta coraraiBionid gt sampes u free llunch diet fir cx 1mlnatlnnto dt termine it adulterated foods arc u cd But these foods are iure and wholesome explains the proprietor who Is then called to witness this plea of the man with the satchel Well I cant help tat replies the marhI have orders from Coin mlsiln r Reynolds to collect s implcs from every free luich sal on in Cliiij go and I am going to dull This roast beet looks susjclously like mule meat This statement or one sj ullar t I- tt piorounccd in a loud voice so that tbos in the aion may lnar It Tilt proprietor fear that hit cuttDwr puritytvfree lunch offered them and go elsewhere to drink so he says Well if you mutt take samples lake them and tike enough to disco that my b of colors from a prizt here Of cattle my oyt rs are raised in pcuoformed its the most apruvd and San t tart manner Tutu the alleged Inspector galhc more and larger sariei and de parts S ere and awoileu J dots shrrp shrlr tag pal ns trtarinQ uu rlos no rc austere That eaos rii urn itlm it is a stubbrniii Wht but erChanlberlaturlQirrljlathtccrngnedll so whenever the dppurtun Wte frTry it OrJ aipHc Utfe6 the tln Fui aateby M0as f 7 In Female Garb In Maino a case singularly like the case of Ellis Glenn who formerly lived at Paducah has como j o light Ellis Glenn it will be recalled was a woolen who Jmusqueraded as man during her residence here er true sex was betrayed after terarretnnd conviction for forge ry when she was taken to tho Illi nois penitentiary at Chester The Maine cues centers about Arthur M Carver a man of North Haven that Stnte who paraded thirty years as a woman under the name of Lillian G Carver Carver sex was betrayed throngh religi ous confession Miss Carver fur mnnjlfeyears conducted a candy store and barber shop The shop was a popular resort for the village gossips nutl Jljoyeda prosperous business A statement signed by Carver by his father and mother and by lev Lyman R Swett pastor of tho Blaney Memorial Baptist churob Boston Mass betrayed Carvers real sox Pastor Swett gave out the full story of Carvers queer life It was in part as follows II first became acquainted with Jarvor throngh ono ot our church missionaries Miss Alma Edwards who converted Carver while con ducting services in North Haven e Her convert became greatly rested in her and experienced a deep religious feeling Miss Edwards was liken in Carters confidence She advised him to make a clean breast of the whole affair This be hesitated to lo at first lie had long black rather coarse hair and looked like- a masculine woman The hair was cut last full man fashion and petticoats were changed for panta loons He then left home and ob tained a position as a hotel clerk in a Maine town HOne evening an old ccquaint ance came into tho hotel scrutinized the clerk and asked if his name was not Curver and if he did not come from North Haven Carver was ill at ease but finally he mustered up courage and look ing the man full in the fact re plied that he must be mistaken that his name was not Carver and that the only haven ho was trey was New Haven Conn Qiite sure of his ground hownvr Car v ers accuserthreatpnpd to expose him with the remark Well fix you The next morning be was miss ing from the Maine town lIe wpnt to Bieton in search of work anr1as he told me tp begin lif again alie told me that his parpnts 1had brought him np an n girland that when he realizd the tree con wafa lIge sa an mod of life- Ybnnhe rcnchfd the ago rif tAentyone he said he had n s ilv ed to make known his sex but hA experienced great remorse b cnmp somewhat dumoraHz d and took to drinking b avily Since then he Raid be love quite resolvedon changing his modE of life an dress He felt that if the author ities knew that ho was masquera ding in the garb ofa woman b would be sent to prison I advie d him to go back to hi native place and make d a statement to the publiaalmtu hi self even if he hid togt1 ris offir it and bri g disgrace upon hl parents Carver seemed to think more cf hcis parents trouble an expose hireWrpl 1 uate wayson the contrary appeared to be qiite manly in askerd reason parents d for bringing him as they di j Iii fluid ite congiei er learn lie rell n Ktfitber Eft lion they Eau d stottHr any espiauatlr uf thtly rot centric cgufs Padusah Domo trot Idil d i a ire wbick tar their home hr Jackson li- liesTS1TTI The Perfect Woman The proportion of a perfect woman cannot be attired at by nn ev timatcof weight for of course you know that the distribution of flesh varies according to the build Some large bonedwomei app ar gaunt even wha their Tbaudbecause all the adipose tissue col lects ou the body Following is a table in which are the proportions commonly accepted as exactly cor rect The head should beonp seellthof the hotly The nose forehead and chin of equal length Tho distance from tho inner angic of the eye to the dividing line nf the lips should measure from 2to 2i inchesA of 5 feet should weigh 110 pounds A woman 5 feet 1 inch should weigh 115 pounds A woman of 5 feet 2 inches should weigh 120 pounds- A woman of 6 feet 8 inches should weigh 127 pounds- A woman 5 feet 4 inches should weight 184 pounds A woman of 5 feet 5 inches should weigh 142 pounds A woman of 5 feet 6 inches should weigh 146 A woman of 5 feet 7 inches should weigh 152 pounds A woman of 5 feet 8 inches should weigh 160 pounds American trade with the Philippines is so light as compared with that between this country and the other tropical islands of Cuba Porto Rico and Hawaii as scarcely to cut any material figure Yet the Philippines have cost us many schres of millions of dollars and many bravo American lives andwill continue to be thus cost ly for generations to com Those best posted on conditions prevail ing in the archipelago believe that thp natives will remain insurgent until exterminated This hnnunhappy and unprofitable pros pect of Uncle Sam The colony business seems a mighty poor busi fleas in the eyes of genuine Amer icans Advicps from London state Philippine tobacco trust is bein organized with a capital of nearly ly 83000003 the predominant in tenet using that of the English Hebrews tjhe Rotbehilds The London Standard says The contracts and concessions were oh tamed tbronghfome of the Ampr ican pencp delegates n hp in typi cal Yunke faehon have makng d officioebnMnepp In his annual report the Secretary of War recommends an edu citional course fur Army officers which h s1yaiffydlwedwill re dsuit in a university nyst m of mill tn1Ypdution his plan embrc CPS hPeirlilet Portt a school of t rii nrary instruction for officers in theoiy anti practice at every military past and a war college fur the most advanced instruc tion in Washington Owensbodro down stairs at her home Tho accident brought shetnestorehomemageuyearsa T hLgislature will be asked to appropriaV200QQO fuc theStates representation in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition to be held m St Louis in 1903 Mrs Minnie P at1i1tQ oL Rev Fred D je receujtlyof QonSbjro l hausasCitF lust week remains were brought to Kent ckfor burial fJhe holne of lienry Davis nag JactfOn MisB was destroyed by fires and ju wife and turojearjold child were cremated The d hat of President Rinse volts oldest daugbtwr Miss Alice Roosevelt will be the leading si cial 6TenVoftke iaeasori in Wash ibgton lilinore Hotel Ilr 31 V1LMOK1 roltI Qradyville Kentucky Slopthansample nxu arid a firstclass table Raw very reasonable Feed table attached Harrtesly Bros Kance PRODUCE COMMISSION COMPANY 339 Street Louisville KntucIjy u Trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited J IIS1Gcessors Established 1834IDealers in Diamonds and Precious Stones 0 Fine line of Holiday goods Special atlention given to work and all orders MarketbettrtOposlte Music list LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0 9yta tIMilassr TRotbcbttD R Mtfttfonwr MANUFAGTUftSR BOOTS AND It CJX tt lgtetlt ittrft ForllnTlllrIctltucTq YETINERY ffltfEOL IdttoPlvii II intodItan 11 lit alr PtHN IPTatfil- TlrrAGTIU orB I stn fistd Natewr e of mock snC Atr Jfnille n atia a sM a Damiflftt flG6tljl610 fins GO 126 Second Street Louisville Tentsj JfannfocturerB AceMleas Gus Machines for lighting Tottna Churuliis Storrn Residences Kfi Gas Knginrg and Wnttt tfAT a frCiniiitry rums Kentucky Saww Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emory Wheels LlrlPulleys Shafting and Hanger Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired I11 0111pttrby skillotl Workmen I j Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in ifcf and adjoining coimiif 3u isfaii ion guarantoefl e oeoooeweoooeoooootooeaeo tscotoopd eo9deatti t i softi i uuIltg i op i J i e I thteC e Iroar suit rt ioI E J G ID o e ire j Ibc Cnilor h 11 q e 220 W Mtkct fit ctHet 2 nsitl jrj i iLouisvilicJ Ky o5i eeoooooeeeeeoeeooeeocoeoooooocoaeeoeoeoe s IelYe o PATTERSON HOTEL JA i1i GST0WN KY If lt4pint eat- h fens d th11I at the 5v nemsl lu tt1- hr UfY 4ilnesIl fur Itfhed1 rl HI H ble at in tirnp pU 41 with ti lrei- ihn merFI trr F Fin ityt volt 11 111- P ATT Ki SOX Stoves and RtuiesS444t For gotfd gra9 MshcGft li6n stoves J stot c pipe elKbw3 and drtiripcrs call oninjOi COOK STOVESSii iy lSotdith ov wjthoiit vessels extra ll1v Come and get my prices before buying L V1Hali Golunibia A S t e f L t r TMMBCGlTYlffS Published Every Wednesday BY THE ifiaair Bounty NewaSo acORpORATFD- cuAs s nnus editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter ests of the city of Columbia and the people of Adjlr nd adjacent counties Entered at tho Columbia Postofflceassecocd ilas man matter SUBSCRIPT N R ITJS3 ONE YEAR six MONTHS c8TRICTIY IN ADVA C- tWEDNESDAY JAN 1 A NEW YEAR GREETING In this the first issue of The News of 1902 and the day of the New Year we extend to all our readers the compliments of the season trusting that the happi floss and welfare of each individu al may be commensurate with the necessity the desires and efforts made to bring said results Reviewing the year jnst closed the people of this section should feel thankful and render praise to God the giver of all gnop From its beginning to its close this section has been blessed spared from pes tilence and contagious disease that have so sorely and disastrously visited other sections While the harvest was not so bountiful as in so me years yet our land is full of necessities of life and no reasons to fear an empty pail Business of nil kinds have been equal to expectations and no grumbling is heard from this source Here in Columbia our merchants and other lines of bui ness have scored the best year of the last decade Ib has been a prosperous year and the majority of the people in this locality realize that this is a favored landa land tree from famines free from many vexations common to more progressive sections such as strikes the clash between labor and capital While our little town is in the center of an agricultural district twenty miles away from railroad transportation yet it is free from the annoyance of tho tramp the beggar and the thief Pure Auglo Saxon blood uuadultu ruled old fashion Kentuckian happy and prosperous living on tho fat of the laud The whistle of the locomo tive breaks no slumber in our do main the clash of Nationalties is beyond our borders and no soldiers are needed to quiet our citizens Adair county favored to degree that few sections enjoy yet it stands a back county in many re spects We can not forecast the future but this year in our judgment will be ono in which much goodwill be accomplished for this section Slowly but surely the spirit of public enterprise is grow ing and manifesting itself for the good of this section In a fW fleeting months our town may bo lighted by electricity and instead of riding the stuge to get out and in the people may board an electric car lu the main let us all work not only to better our private conditions but to ad vance the interest of our commu pity The News will do its duty- as it has done in the past Wo desire to thank the many readers who have given substantial aid the advertisers who havti liberally ran nhd us and we extend our thanks to the many who have giv en us job work The year just closed has been the most prosperous in the history of The News Its circulation is larger its adver tising patronage has increased and its joboffice scores ita best work In an interview at Danville the Hon liobt J Breckiuridge said I will announce now that If I am deprived of the office of Attorney General I shall be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor Furthermore I believe Iwill win the race if I enter it Yes sir I intend to appeal to Caesar and I believe Iwill be sustain ed By the highest court The State Convention is nearly two years off jbnt it is a certainty that I will bl in the race for Governor if the decidesjdagainst me in this case The news from Frankfort jlt that neither side will be read iii- the Jim Howard case and that tV T trial will go over until the April r rriuri f The year 1001 has departed gone to rest in the cemetery of lnostimporttloutdeeds will brighten or blur the pages of historyand future generations yet unborn will read with admi ration or regret But little does the busy roan of today realize that we are marching on at u wonderful speed to the end of earthly existence It seems but a span since the birth of 1901 yet its light and darkness sunshine and showers its heat and cold havo passed no more to return Even so with man who in the image of his creator with endowments above all creation is passing rap idly passing to that laud beyond the realms of earthly provinces The child of today will soon be an adult the vigorous man soon in dotage and ripe old age with grey hairs and feeble step goes on to an endless eternity We should be reminded of the rapid march from the cradle to the grave that the days come as a flash chased by midnight darkness that we can not recall our steps check our time or prolong the days allotted to a well spent life The opportu nities of today come rot tomor row It la the present the ever present that demands our attention presents opportunities and opens the path for weal or woe Govornments as individuals shape their destinies by the same opportunities and likewise fill their mis sioua blessing or a curae to hu manity and part from one form to another They come weak but by opportunities grow to strength and power become arrogant and oppressive and end in utter ruin It is only a question of time wheti the most amiable and just govern ments reach the stage that brings an overthrow From the first for mation of society from the birth of Governments four thousand years before Christ in Central Apia history records the rise and fall of Empire Kingdoms atd Republics The U SV Civil Service Commis siou will hold examinations at several places in each state during March and April to secure young men andwomep for the govern ment service 0889 persons cured positions last year through these examinations Probably 10000 appointments will be made this year All appointments are for life and for most positions only common echo A education is re quired Salaries at appointment vary from 660 to 1200 a year with liberal promotions afterward Politics is not considered This affords a good opportunity for people 16 and 45 yeara of age Those desiring places of this kind can get full information about them free by writing to the Columbian Correspondence College Washington D C and asking for its Civil Service catalogue num ber three The following from Congress man Williams of Mississippi and lion W J Bryan is to the point Congressman Williams of Mis sissippi referring to tb Republi can tariff measure which closes our ports to articles imported from tho Philippines said that the Filipinos would refer to us as the stepmother country rather than as the mother country It is a point well made but it might be stated even more strongly stepmoth er often show great devotion to noel makes great sacrifices for the children of her husband but no nation has ever administered a carpet bag government with be nevolence or even justice It is now said that Representa tive Boreiug may allow his name to go before the Republican cau cus fur the Senatorial nomination He controls all the Republicans in thEleventhwith the exception of Dave Colson who at is said is for ExGov Bradley Gen Miles who was repriman ded by the President for the part he took in the Schley Court of In quiry has concluded to accept the situation and has resumed his du ties in the War Department The President entertained with Cake Walk our evening last week There Was no mention of Booker T Washington and wo theconeatChanges in the Cabinet contin ue Secretary of State Hay will resign Marsh T aBdlbtw ll be see- oeeded by YrReot 7 ft- It is said that President Roose velt refused the hospitality of white Republicans during a hunt ing trip in WestVirginia dining with a negro of unsavory reputat- IOn who afterward went to Washington and was given a govern ment position Edgar S Maclay historian was last Thursday summarily dismissed from the Navy Yards for his recent utterances in favor of Admiral Schley Louisville did herself pi oud dur ing the holidays by spreading bountiful dinners to her poor Generous citizens beautiful city the pride of a great State Senator Chauncey M Depew and Miss May Palmer were married in Nice last Friday United States Senator Willi tn J Sewell of New Jersey is deau Gov John H Rodgers of the State of Washington is dead IRVINS STORE Born to thewife of Lewis Hammond a girl Mrs James Withers is convales cent The little soji of Dr Hammond is very sick Mr J H Smith of Fonthill is stayingat the store here because ofabsence of his brother R1 SmithChistmas was u very great day here to those who celebrated it by getting on a whizz and shooting big guns The thermometer has gone down since everything was made so warm around here Christmas We intended to report last week the death of Mrs Bradley the wife of Rev C 11Bradley who died on the 9th after a short ill ness of a complication of disea ses No medical skill could pre vail against the grim destroyer that took her a way She was an ideal Christian woman and ably assisted her husband in his work for the redemption of lost souls The sympathy of the entire com muni is extended to tho bereaved and children of whom there several children Cures Blood Poison and Care r Eating sores swelling falling huh mucous patches ulcers scrofula acts ing bones and joints itching skin bolls pimples etc by taking fluaat- Blond Balm B trade c pecall- to cure mali nant blood and skib troubles B B B heals every sore and makes the blood pure and rich Ouer 3000 cures of worst and most stinate cases by taking B B B Drtg gists Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing to Blood Burn Co Atlanta G- aPELiYTON Mrs W 0 Pelley and Miss Lin nie Sanders returned this week from a visit to relatives at Leba non Mr W E Williams of Eunice visited here a few days ago H F Coffey big windy who has been clerking for Campbell Bros for the past year has resigned and will buy and ship poultry this year Your writers little twoyearold daughter has been quite sick fo some time but is improviug Mr Elvin Mays of Hustonvillo visited relatives here last week Postmaster Beard was visiting at Junction City recently J H Pelley and eon Olver were in Dutinville this week Mrs 1 C Harmon of vents ville visited her daughter Mrs Campbell this week Owen Lemon was visiting in Lemons beudtbis week Our merchants dida splendid business last week Several turned over a new leaf the first of the year and expect to show up a better record in the fu ture Luck to1 them Everything went off quiet during Christmas There was but very litiledrunkenuess Joe Pflley Jatnrned home from Indiana a feTdHyf The Pride of Zeroes Many soldiers in the list war wrote to saythis fbr Scratches Bruiseg Cuts Woueds Curs Sure sett and btlft J0181s1UukJenSArBg Sake is trh- wetla thegrid sMitL r rJttr Seines Hoife UKsis Sfciri KrupUoftg aOIIPir lfeyrxc r rI1 iwj 3c at T B l tiltrGigaibla tc pitI ill Bt14J c C5tf y 7 I t JOPPA BE Montgomery returned honie r from Harrietts creek wherhe has been teaching Miss Bersheba Holladay who has been attending school at Glasgow spending the Holidays with her par ents Mr Isaac Wlllen has rented Mrs Menervia Montgomerys farm Luther Montgomery is erectlngqulte a convenient barn for Mr Melvin Gun over Misses Josie and Mollie Caldwell Irene and Mr Burton Yates are the guests of Misses Mary and Margret Ilolladay Mrs Mattie Cabbell is visiting her mother Ozark Several iron this place attended the dining at Mr 7oi Conovers Christ mas eve night Those present were Misses Fannie Bershie Maud Mary and MaggleIToJladay Sallle Conover Vina Royse Jiessrc O Cabbell Leslie Willis Eohnnl Dnhoney A O Younsr Ores and C W Young A D Holladuy A Spring school will be taught afZi on by a teacher from Cumberland countj dpv There was an enjoyable oclal atthe residence of Mr John Youngs Christ mas night given In honor of Mr Ores Youngs birthday There was a prcm ium offerad to the one drawing the best picture of the young man The prize was awarded to Miss Bersheba Ilolladay and Mr Frank Conover Sore and swollen joints shrrp shoot- Ing pains torturing muscles no rest no sleep That means rheumatism It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlains Pain Balm has conquer ed it thousands of times It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the pain For sale by IiL Cravens 44G r o Actual Size of v y Solid Nickel case and Stem ranted for one year A Million Voices rCould hardly express the thanks of Ildmcr Rail of West point la Lis ten why A severe cold iud settled on his lungs a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he bad consumption but could not help him When all thought he was doomed he began to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and writes It coraepletely cured me and saved my lie I now wclgn 227 Ibs Its post ti rely guaranteed for Cough Cords and Lung troubles Price 50 c and 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls lumbia and W H Wilkinson of Liber ty Saved At Graves Brink I know I would long ago have been n my grave writes Mrs S n New som of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Water brash and Bowel Dyspepsia But this medicine did me a world of good Since using it I can eat beartilyand have gained35 pounds For Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Ecctrlc Bitters are a positive guaran teed cure Only 56c at T E Paulls Columbia and W EL Wilkinsons Liberty Haniesiy Bros Nance PRODUCE COMMISSION GOMPflNY Street Kentucky 0 of Adair and adjoining trrade solicited Kentucky Saw O Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings 1cSawsmen Long Distance Phone 502 eWe solicit correspondence from mill operators in this andadjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed NEWSyYeao 0 0 0 000 9 0 4 0 THE COURIERJQURrlAL 9 100 Per Yearo0 0 t NEWS 4and0 150 PER YEAR o- 5T 0 0 0 Subscribe anb fceep posted on tbe currentoe callagi04 o Oe1 054 4 o 00 oao o ao 0 Watches American winder varr causing Stomach excellett Louisville flmerican Ndt6liC3- 383Ft e The smallest for the money and fully warranted for one year Just the thing for boys and girls and good enough for any man as an ordinary time piece K the watch dues not give satisfaction return it to us hymail 2 cents and we rift send you another In the hundreds 1cr have sold not one came back Ciitul gne of all kinds of Watches and Jewelry seut free of charge Established 1872 Reference 3rd National liink this city oany bjjli233 house JEW GIRAIUDETLU 404 V larlcet Loulftiii Eeoluclij COBCO AN DAISy PROPRIETOES OF TIIE LeMncm i MarBle Works L enANOY ICY Manniactxrcifaad deaLrs1a s1LiDds it oJPGRANI11Elmt ERIclC p V7 iQO zGUA ANT ED rotlalAtCnflois td vl tthme1err wuilu Trkrs1enx ttsn ever otferjd hodt 1YearerrPrated ws 1ind i i ucory khtonild II JIf pt tit t Elh tpfot nit Ceixatlila hi j S FIFTH 7nleNUB HOTEL i 03 EiE 3 a STREETS 0 iF LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0eaSn33 5 5EORefurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient Wholesale and Retail 0Districts Churches and Theatres Pike Campbell A O St Clair Asst Mgr 444444449 4444444444494 CHAS A BRIDGES WG BRIDGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable k eTiGGac J lri a rehouse INDEPENDENT C7 BRIDGES CO PROPRIETORS Cor Eight and Main Streets Four months storage free Louisviell Kentucky Announcement of Glenvile School ripens January 6 1902 and Continues one Term COURSESi x 1 Intermediate per month 81 25 2 Coinmor School per month 50 3 County Con iScatc Course PT month 82 4 State Certificate Course per month 82 50 Good boar1 and rooms 8150 per week solid time Deduction for absence uf board and attendance at school GE WILLIS KENTUCKYI H Ct FEESE UNDERTAKER COLUMBIA KY Casts Caskets Burlial Robes and everything of the newest designs in my line I am prepar ed to answer all calls day or night Can furn ish a fine hearse at a very reasonable price HENRY KOEHLER C A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER SCO 93 cetr DOORSt SASH u5 u cEE FEE tv INGSft EE LVMBER = lath and Broadway Olli and Kentucky Louisville Kentucky Established 1827t ENTERPRISE HOTEL LOUISVILLE KY New c OT BLACKLEY Bust SI 00 per Hotel in the city AbsoljitefJfaUsj if fact ion Guarantee JTb ifclroi PP of Nsu lfiF- arn ers and Tol hrrel Gnvfrs Solicited Chas F Gaifes Bro Pi T7i t Ir i HJI1RY1i RRY B PYNE ILLS CO TLtNGtIIMANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Secondrland and flachineryOE ALL DESCRIPTIO Oflficu iiid Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville gKentucki i1 r FltAKKLIN OiUNTY Y day a f g 5tSVOODFOUD COUKTV t l Independent TobacGoWarehollse 1 BLAOKLEY HURST co Proprietors u lion and Private Sales D lvRETURNS PROMPTLY HADE ills id 1125 West Main Street Louis Y4 41 R- Fehr a A1Antkt Fm St eMarkHr tiluEc IRtfton tCtl4is4- cL ar- ii I PERSONAL MENTION Dr M 0 Sailer re tin cJ oColuu last week Mr Talmage Smiths father visited him last week Mr Curt Bell spent several days of last week at Nell Miss Mattie Taylor will return to Richmond this week Mr E L Feese Pellyton was in Columbia last Saturday Miss Mattie Taylor visited at Montpelier y one day last week Mr Henry E Christie Camp Knox was in Columbia Friday Mr John N Murrell Jr visited Louisville last Saturday Miss Bersheba Holladay returned to Glasgow last Saturday toiShelby county this week Mr Otha Wheat Russell Springs was in Columbia last Monday Rev T F Walton left on a mission for Louisville last Saturday Mr J McScott of Paris Texas reached Columbia a few days since Drs R Y HJndman and C S Gra dy returned to Louisville yesterday Dr Loren Williams Glasgow visited his parents at Montpelier last week Mary Lucy a little daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Lowe is on the sick list Mr E G Atkins and his little daughter Mabel are in Louisville this Claud Callison is visiting his MISiMr Will Todd and Miss Mont Wal ford visited friends in Giiupbellsvllle last Thursday Mr L B Wheat Denmark was in Columbia Sunday night on hs return to Bowling Green t Dr Clarence Grad and Mr Jo CofI fey Jr were In Canipbellsville Saturday and SundarIDr J G Staples and wife after a delightful visit here left fur their home In Galllon Ala to dayIMrs Emily Todd who lives a few mile from town is in a very critical condition She is 79 years old Mr Jas C Juld sun of Mr Hiram Judd lift fir Lexington this week where he will enter college Messrs S F White and S N Han 4cock of Monticello Courier spent a portion of last week with relatives hereMisses Fannie Garnett and Sallie Rey Marcum spent a day or two last week with the Missns Williams Mont pelier Mr J P Beard has gotten through with his work at Monticello and re turned to his home in this place last J W Hutchlngs who has been receiving staves at Greensburg and Campbellsville returned to Columbia last Saturday Mr R G Coffey Is expected bnmeI this week Bob has ben in Texas over two years and his friends will be glad to see him Mr Rollln Browning and wife turned last Friday night aud are now at the residence of the brides father Mr T R Stults Mrs Dora Nell and her sou Lewis who have been visiting here left for their homo Bosworth Mo last Mon day morning Ed Staples will leave this week for Oklahomi Be has been employed to work fur Mr R ibt Grssoin in the liv ery stable A postal card received at this office indicates that Mr R W Allen and family areon their returu from Mis souri home Dr R A Jones of Stanford who has been vh iting his parents at Mont pelier was in Columbia Monday night en route home Messrs W F Jeffries and M Cra vens representing the Columbia Oil Company left for the Wayne county fields last Friday Mr S H Mitchell is now located at Bliss this county He promises to vis it Columbia Court days and often r he can possibly give up farm work Mr S W Royse and his little son Edgar paid the News office a vlsltlast Thursday Mr R jjse Is a support r of the News and he Called to renew his subscription Rev W B Grider who has charge of a church at Lebanon Junction passed through Columbia last Thursday en route for Russell county where he visited relatives aud friends ProfJ iVVcGar J Jr wife aud children and Miss Fannie Jones will re turn to Richmond Saturday They wll be accompanied by Misses Satiiu aud Lena Williams MonHer who will enter Prof McGarvevs school Thy CollegerGlasgowe GtufWho left Adair coo ty twentyseven years ago is baci ona volt Mr Cook I first located in Kansas hut hs home baS been In Dallas Texas fr a uuui ber of years UP Is a contractor an builder and is doing well LOCAL JOTTINGS Write It 1002 If fun have side a good resolution l 3s rlii F 225 for 7 BusM barrel salt itW L Walkers The carpenters arc inakiig ready to put a new roof on the Baptist church Mr E W Hopewell will remove to Mr Geo Nells property in about two weeks Robt Logan bought of C S Harris last Monday a milch cow and calf for 3000 Mrs Mary Price gave an elegant dinner to a number of her lady friends last Friday Mr Gus Jeffries has been employed by Wheat Williams Montpelier for the year 1902 Mr Horace Jeffries and wife will be come residents of Columbia about the 15th of this month The countyroads are said to be In a fearful condition in some places al mostImpassable Mr James Williams and family who lived near Breeding have removed to Texas and settled near Moody I will be in Columbia uext Monday to buy some good horses S E Tartar All parties owing me notes or accounts are requested to call and settle at once T E PAULL Prof J W McGarvy Jr delivered two interesting sermons at the Christian church last Sunday forenoon and evening Watch meeting at the Methodist church this Tueslay nteit Ser vices will commence at 10 oclock Ev ery body invited Mr Lee Smith returned from Louisville Monday night While on the mar ket he sod seven aged mules at an average u S150 per bead A Mr Ly of Russell county basI removed to Mr Scott Montgomerys farm fur the pur pose Of ndfnjC his children to th M F Cuiejj Mrs E G Atklas entertained some her lady ft lends last Monday eveI alas Miss Ellle Brodsbaw entertained yesterday evening and Mrs L C Hurt will entertain tonight U eleBily Waggoner who will be 90 years old should he live until next June is in fine health He ate a splendid dinner and starts with the New Year Democratic in all things Mr W R Myers the present owner of the Columbia Mill Compmy will buy all kinds of lumber including gum and sycamore wheat and corn Will pay the bfuhest cash price tf Al persons who are indebted to the undersigned either by note or account arc eirnestly requested to call and settle I need the money 3t W R GUISSOM M D All persons owing me notes or accounts must sttle if not you may expect a statement They are now du W L Walker The newly elected officers now have charge of the official atfiiirsof the coun ty We trust aud believe thy will do their duty fearhssy and impartially which should be the effort of all public servants The week of prayer will commence next Sunday night beginning at the Methodist church These meetings should be largely attended At each m eting there will be short talks by ministers and layman If you owe us come at once and set tie We havesuld out and the busi ness must be closed All account will be given an officer unless prompt set tlement is made This is fair warning to all OLUiiBiA MILL Co 1m A thief enterd Durham Brothers stole Cuburg about a week ago but was frightened away before securing any goods It was about 12 cluck at night The thief made a light which was discovercl by a neighbor who gave the alarm Messrs W F Jeffries and M Cravens an In Wayne county for the purpose of chasing a deil for i bode of laid ly Ingclose to where the Columbia 011 CViupiDy Isnw oprating Shuud the drill be closed a new company will be nr n zed at once and the t rrl tory veloped Mr W S Bat aer who has been the muter at the CUimbla Roller Mill fur several years left with his family fo Caiupbellsville last week Mr Barker Is a good miller aLd has accepted a poUiun at his present location We commend him and his excellent family to the people of Campbellsville Mrs Sallie Walker quite an old lady mother of William and Hugh Walker who live near town met with a painful accident last Friday She was moving about her ro im and acci dentally stumbled over a chair throw sheuhas bee in a crlMcal condition eve since thde pclicr one evening last week His sons dough ter and niece were at home and several invited guests including iiSIt was a happy occasloa and will liiig r lung la Hie meojory uf those who wore PJ eat o Mrs Lou B- Last Taylor Dead TINJaynlg1lt about the hour ir J liVlCk fill wail MlOVM tnd ll h ly respectedlluJvru fiurc ialrlhd ucated In Columbia looked dear and familiar faces for the last time and peacefully fell asleep to awake in that celestial home where afflictions never come and where separations are taken ill Saturday hfgbt be fore and gradually grew weaker until the final dissolution Several years ago the deceased reo celed a fall injuring one of her limbs and since that time she walked with great difficulty but her general health was comparatively good for a person of her age The immediate cause of her demise was heart failure The deceased was a daughter of Col William Owens a noted lawyer in his day and a great niece of Simon Ken ton one of the pioneers of Kentucky In early life she was married to Mr Chesley Jones Taylor with whom she lived happily until his death which occurred about seven or eight years ago tier life was spent In our town and from early girlhood to old age the cellent Christian character left is an example worthy to be emulated by the living In the house where death came she was born 77 years ago the 24th of last May and in this dwelling her life was spent excepting the few years she passed in the residence where Mr L C Hurt lives and one year in the property now owned by Mr C S Harris Sbe was a kind and spmpatheUc neighbor and will be greatly missed not only by throe who were bound to her by ties of blood but by Ihe entire communItyIMr W C Turpen who was taken from the Baptist Orphans Home Louisville and adopted Intoihe fami Jyls decpy grieved lie is now about twentysix years old and for twenty four years he has known no other home No mother could have been more af fectionate to an offspring than was the deceased to this orphan from early childhood to matured manhood The passing of Mrs Taylor removes from the Christian church this place its oldest member with but one excep tlon Mrs Mary J Burton 87 years old who a siser of ths sub ct of this article the two bchig n ct lve in to the church nnny years uo by Father Steel if we have been cur rectly informed The funeral services were bfltl at the residence last Saturday forenoon conducted by Eld J W McGarvey Jr many friends being present In testimony of the love and respect they bad fur a departed friend and through sympathy for the surviving daughter granddaughter aged sitter and other relatives The lot ruwnt way in the ciy cemetery and as the rods lightly fell upon the coon we w re again minded Tint Col m ires In a mysterious w r HI wondi rs to perform He plants Ilia fooistepi in these And rides upon thu a orm Deep to nnf ttbomed minds Of neverfalling skill treasures up His bright designs And works Tils sovereign win ONE YbJAR Rev George W Pe rymana Term as Pastor of First Baptist Church With the arrival uf this morning the first years inermb ncy of the First Baptist church pupt ends fur Rev George W Perryman who t ok charge last December assuccessor of Rev W K Penrod who was compelled to remove to Texas on account of failing health of himself and fam ly During the past twelve months no church has built up with the seadl ness of the First Baptist congregation which is evidence of the grat iove be tween pastor std members who have labored banuonlousy In the Intere t of th t denomination There have been 100 additions to the membership list whip the Sunday school has about doubled in the number of attendants nod thereby left the church in excel lent condition as regards finances and coworkers On all occasions the pastor has shown himself to be very progressive of much public spirit and it was through his indefatigable efforts that interest was aroused In the prof fer of Mr Carnegie for the grand brary that is now an assured success and stands to creditor Dr Perryman in a large degree as be has never al lowed the question to be dropped uu til the council agreed to purchase the site and the expected donation was made a certainty From a religious standpoint it can be truthfully saldthat no one has en tered more heartily into the inten tions of the Ministerial Association and other pistoral work than the First Baptist churches beloved pastor who is adoilred by all for his firmness of character and conscientiousness ever exhibited In prosecuting tbe good work that has resulted to the credit of Paducah at large Paducah Register Notica I will on Saturday January 18 1902 at my office in Columbia receive and hear proof of claims against W D Tarter assigned JaB Garnett Jr assignee of trNotice I will opon a select school at residence beginning the second Moe day IB January I shall be prepared to teach limited number of pupito on reasonable terms ifjAj at oace for tuteaa NONAOADLL ceurl Joureal add iIIycbI 4 Married Gallatin FolffMenr ontb pist tlr Rolllr itrow o ihnne was i rtal town Uiiit ciuaty uad been very tloted to Miss Fannie Stalls second daughter of Mr T R Stults of this city and for several months their sest friends had been given to under stand that they were engaged an that in the near future would become oneThey are both under age and tb91ri parents tried to persuade wait a few years but nothing could de ter the young couple and on Christmas morning they took the hack and left for Gallatin Tenn where they were married the following afternoon The groom is a son of the late James G Browning who was a prominent farmer and stock dealer of this coun ty and is wellknown to all the young people of Columbia being a frequent visitor to tbe city Tne bride is handsome intelligent and deserving Their numerous friends extend their best wishes for future happiness Masonic Elections Last Friday night Columbia Lodge No 96 elected the following officers for this Masonic year Jas Garnctt Jr Worshipful Master W A Coffcy S W Slim Lewis J W G A Kemp Secretary- R F Paull Treasurer W W Bradsbaw S D Ralph Waggener J D J W Atkins Tiler L B Hurt l W D Junes j Stewards Glcnsf ork Lodge The officers elected at the above mimed loduc No 528 arc K Walkup Worshipful Master W L Jirockuiun S W W CLoyJW U K Taylor Secretary J A Turner Treasurer W L Taylor S D R A Yates J D C A Walker Tiler lZSteward Gradyvlllo Lodge No 251 The lJvenJwc lodge Slecte1 the following officers for he cusuibgycar W M Wllmrc Worshipful Master J F Roach S W WL Sharp JW II 0 Walker Secretary J T Hamilton Treasurer G T Flowers S D G W Durtly J D A T Sberrill Tile- rMarriage licenses The following marriage llcerses were Issued from the Adtlr County Clerks office during the m nth of December 1901 W W Turk to Nancy Thompson J F Montgomery t Mary E Cunoer Frank L Collins to Cora Bryant John Franklin to Lora Janes Henry G Ward to Maggie Jones Jackson Morrison to Minnie Hoviou- sHeiry C Gooden to Estella Curry U Tce Jeffrie to Minnie May Mar shal John L Hurt to Bibs Du lev Jas Wesley ColTy ti Liiiie May K Itn r Ed Stotis to Hattie Janes OyE Dudgxm to Vara Butler Oh i S illivan to Sarah A Bryant C H Bryant to Alue Stone J H Wilson to Lorcla Richards Willie Melson to Lula Grant- J W Judd f Mattie Hancock W S Hindman to Sallie Mercer G W Nance to LtbiaStavton John T HaticocK to Ella J Dulley Pr achiiis next Sunday T F Wi ton Ettne z r WS Dudgeon Tericn Z T Williams Cane Valley W H C Sandidge Uulou W P Gordon Columbi T L Hulse Picketts chapel B Burton White Oak A H Baugh Buck Grove J P Van Huy Glenville J F Roach Society Hill W B Cave Milltovn Cures Tester Kind SlrPrwltme to thank you for tbe benefit derv d from your Cole biated Saymans Salve aud Soap It cured me of tetter on my hands and arms which 1 have been aificted with for years Respt Miss Olive V Young Richmond Va Get it of Bartlett Headquarters for- T M Saymans Remedies Cane Val ley Ky Our Grac rvllle letter was prepared and sent but the gentleman who brought it failed to deliver same re turning borne with in his pocket We called up the correspondent and he stated that there was no unusual news in the vicinity After the Columbia Oil Company made atitrlke last week the dnl came lasieLed and wograa ooadteiupoarlly Oil sumJ blxty feet iu the w nnd a dispatch rfcelTfd from Puweriiburir Monday stated that tbe drill would probably be gotten out day havye libw ally pp the w B uWtMlr 19ul aiid o lYt xtwe desire to seiidgrctsUti Ire Uhf that the yea r lwt moll bring hatueaoittal prasycrl- tI Walitta rl sIs lt septin- uti t a1ty hHr WUtMlkwftI thi11ruyylwy tinklhtrhiI that wil t lrtMth LtatNli thulihdLhJr nr ti4L LtLuU j Y it merchants and grocerymen gen 1Our report thu holiday trade this X s f a amiliifii ir bo lil1 wn fine irds gaud sjld well taut ll1 principal gems were in expensive lines of merchandise Notwithstanding cold weather which kept many shoppers away and prevent comingdor e mas gains in trade over last year are reported as from ten to twenty per cent During the three day of mod crating weather before Christmas stores were crowded aud the force of clerks were kept busy waiting on pur chasers Everybody had money and came to town Intent on testing the theory uf wutual profit In the exchange uf circulating medium fur commodities Miss Annie Eubauk of this office is the recipient of a unique Christmas present from a friend In Dallas Texas It is a book of drawings and is entitled UA Widow and Her Friends It Is a very handsome book and the drawings very amusing The first picture is the widow followed In each succeeding page with herself and many suitors who meet with no encouragement un til the last leaf is reached where she yields to the entreaties of one devotee aod their vows are sealed with a kiss The book is highly prized and will be can fully preserved Mr William Conover brother of Mr John N Conover who left here in October on a prospecting tour go- Ing first to Oklahoma is now in Ear dyman county Texas He went ver- a good portion of Oklahoma but did not buy land In the county where he Is now visiting relatives he has purchased 320 acres of land paying three thousand dollars for same He will not return home until May lie is well pleased d with Texas lout has DOI Ideaof leaving Adair county It is our understanding that Rev T F Walton who has bt en the pastor of the Presbyterian Church this city for the past four years will leave us about tbe fiSt of February having accepted- a call from tbe Church at Cluverport Brecki fridge county We will be sorry to part with Mr Walton who has been an earnest and faithful p istor and whose private Ito Is untarnished Be and blsexcflMt little rurally will be valuable acqu sltfous to Clovcrport Mr Jo A Thames who lived near Pollards Chapel this county has re moved with his family to Wiliams burg Wbitley ciUity Mr Thomas daughter Miss Maud has ben waking her home in that cl j furiavt rat years she and Miss Lizzie Jean bring en gaged in the raTCiutHe bu luo s It was through Us Mauds li ilmnce that her fathr consented tu leave Adair county Mr Thomas a good citizen and we comrn nd him to the people of Willlamsburg We understand that Mr F W Mil ler the newly elected hhiiir has Ins bond ready which will be presented Monday and accepted We have not heard the names of all the signors but It is said to be a good and sum dent bond Mr L C Hindman of the Gradyvllle d strict will be Mr Millers chief di puty He Is u glhdI man and wll m like a first rate officer lu a former is u we Atited hat MrI J H Young Aoull leave fur Georgia about this time with a cir luad of mules lr Young wasln town Saur day and ioforwed us that he would not get off that he bld b en to several parties looking for wAles but the prices were too high aud he declined to purchase Young people living out of town repirt that they peut a very deighL- fui Chrituia Not vithstaiidtng the weather was very eioagreale the girls and buy generally luruetl out to the socials knowing that tbe misery experienced going to the gatherings would be uwrshadowcd filth pleasure upon arrval Tbe Culumiia M k F College opens US January terra today There will be quite a nu uor of uw pupils to enter the week and in avery short time th schoul will bt lull Parents who con uii law bciiiliiJi their ohild reu hhiU ti hart them ut UICB iu or er V give ih iu the befit of this school year A num erof youig people met at the reslliiw of Suuem aud Alfred Murrell last Friday night Those who were present state that they were handsomely entertained and were sorry when the breaking up hour arrived We learn that Bid Lawrence Williams will likely return to Oklahoma aud will take charge of a Church He is waiting to bear from there and if be goes be wiUleiviu a very short tlwI In another Item we state that the Sheriffs bond will be accepted today which is a mistake It Is the firs Monday the new officers take posses- Sion instead of the flfiO day of the month Christmas night quite a number o the young society pimple of Columbia met at iHcnberg Hill and for several hours spent a delightful time tripping the UbtfatitasUc We desire to notify a large number ot the readers oftbe News In Ada- Ccuutltyaodpletiwbdralthatt6eyarebe hindeaaiersut9scriptlua bo k Please hall or 8 fld joar KUbacrlptum by mall MT Vwi PniicXit who tires the y itflji im gave a social to the yiMuKpi jjjjii Chte iwigb 19odkwit iirudit tet The dciMhA wii l1tUr tj yxd bl ait illerpt A happy New Year toall the readers of the News iron t O Urt il uIn IIi llace two weeks frura next Mumiiy Born totbe wife of E W Hopewell December 27th a daughter E G Atkins sold his fine hog Sampson last week to Robt Baker Aman davillefor320 Miss Bessie Coffey entertained quite a number of her young friends last Friday evening A party of young people met with Miss Katie Murrell last Friday even- Ing and all report a delightful time 300 I will pay 300 per barrel for good sound shucked corn V1 Walker Mr Polk Conover Jailer elect has not yet removed to town and Mr George Coffey is looking after the pris J V White has agreed to represent the wellknown Marble Works of Horse One He will have his simples in a few days byWulfordMr M C Winfrey last Thursday Mr Winfrey will continue the business at the same stand Mr George T Blandford who lived here with his parents a number of years ago was married to Miss Ilattie A Marshal a culthated lady of Franklin Ky on December 20 1901 The American Association of Under writers has offered a reward of 8250 for the detection arrest aud conviction the party or parties who Sit fire to W D Tartera store this county a few weeks ago Nearly all the young men of Columbia to their credit kept perfectly so ber during tbe holidays A great many jugs of liquor were shipped to this place but they were evidently ordered by parties living out uf town Insurance companies are niir particular than heretofore They q lire merchants now both III town ami country as we h ive n in fur d t sign an agreement thai they ill have some uric to sleep in lu t store Hon Gen Nell takes charge or thlI Deputy Collectors iliac today and in Lebanon for that purpose li is our underNtandiiJt that thn JUke with be removed from the present location to apirtuicu in the po dice bu Idiug Christmas has come and gme and while the young peope dill io spend it very lively the ruerib ms did a splendid business duriug the week It is said that there were wore goods sold iu Columbia the day before Cbrlstiuau tiian any oth r one day in the history of the tONne We understand that Mrs Christie widow of the late Capr C C Christie has old her valuable farm lying near Camp K lox to her son Henry and for the pr sent she will make r Inme in Columbia This transfer wejretold is lu ucourJjnue with the or Capt Christie who desired tLii its wife beI at perfect ca u the ruiv uli r uf her life Mr W R atoms who ixceutly pur chased the Columbia Butler Mill is expected lu this place this week N lieu the tra isfir was made the agree ment called fur possession the first of February We now uudrtaid that a deal will be wade pacing Mr Myers iu cargi at uici He is a sp udld wilier and a ill make some necessary impruveiuents Jim Ed Bowmar of color who was tried aud held over at tiiis place a few weeks ago fur selling llquur aud who was out on bond attempted to make his escape last week He reached Leb anon and had purchased a ticket for Indianapolis but a message fruiu his bondsmen stopped him and the next day he was conveyed to the Lonisville jail by Mr T C Din lbOUt tLb ace MeAsrs Jo Tuc r and W B IIo vlous vereiu town est Tuesd and liifuiiueu the News man that they wera here fur tie purpose of adt rtis lug fur two if their citlzeus at that time lust strayed or stolen but the News was a day early last week hence the advertisement could cot appear The two missing men were Mr Steve Kniflcy and Mr L R Cbelf and our Informants stated that they were last seen breaking ice at Elkhorn We have entertained no fears concerning their whereabouts because they are both good citizens and always hhow up at the right time and in the rrght place and no doubt have returned to meet and greet their friends In our last issue we mentioned tht disappearance of Mr Brtxtun Coffey from his home near Camp Klux Green county Mr Outlay was not strong mentally but work was intrust ed to him and the dayoCbls disap rrim fofr Mr Titus Mercer who is doing busi ness at old Haskiusvllie He left his wagon and horse on the roadside mounting the other horse rode ln sightrorganizedcountry was gone over bill bo lease dthe missing was was dlscovcre tins Thursday while some bauds were at AdtiCnr county the body was found The ma9 gad IHIH deadjite or six days froma bo death aLd the Jlfry at trhe ISquMt h drJlj W Buutkr su tk kkl1 dr- I Bring us that load of wood you prom ised some time ago Remember our tit tie Pn h Wird Fells A Deadly Attack My wife was so ill that good physic Taos were unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester hid 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 Paulls Columbia and W H Wilkinsons Liberty Foil SALK Fiftj acres of land wellwatered upon which is a good or chard The farm lies near Gadberry Apply to Cook Jones Columbia Ky For Sale or RentA good conven ient dwelling on Burkesville street ad joining the Hancock Hotel SALLEE Baos- Columbia Ky LOUISVILLEHENDERSON 6 ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS UN LGUS5Ve and St Louis Parlor Cars Trains Pullman Buffet Sleepers on Night Trains Fur rates and further information address L J IRWIN P lOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra Shipping 95 255 50 Light shipping 4 40rS5 Best butchers 3 754 50 Fair to good butchers 3 00a3 75 Common to medium btcur 2 2X53 0 HOGS Choice packing and bu toil ers 200 to mil firs 45 Fair to good packing 100 to 200ft s 5 05 Good to extra light 120 to fts 5 70 SHEEP Aim LAKltS Good to extra shipping Sheep 2 25cf2 40 Fair to good 2 5Utt3 75 common to medium i2 iu GORDON MONTGOMERY ttt1n y e t aW 1 COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty 6TOJQC2 up stars over PaullVIrug sore NxIyFarnlabed Atnertcmi PI tutlea Per Day fIltCMl A1S25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY TNIC BOSLER nzr PARSON MOSS CU BLACKSMITHS VJOODWCRKERS JJJJI KrrrJJtY We are prepared to du any kind of work in our line in firstclas ordur Ut have been In the business for 25 years aud know haw to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable- as any firstrdass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Hi rumps Hose f Beltinfl t PACKING 3toWell Casing Iron Pipe GoodlicktorlTaier bas aad Sterna tifHaoofaGtoru Supplies i iMEJAlmSIgtTj MFGIC0a r alR4tttaai t itR 3 Jkl Iit tk att r i AREa1STOZIC BL a Rare Relic of Antiquity Discovered in New York My nerves withstood such severe shock at the discovery in New York a few days ago of a relic of rare an thatl have scarcely yet recov eredsaid an F street broker this morning in an uptown resort as he poured an extra thimbleful of tonic in his highball Live wire suggested the man on his left Worse than that replied the broker I was standing on a corner not a thousand miles from Broadway and Fortysecond street when I heard the tinkle of what I thought was a bell It startled megreatly looked down the street and what dp you think Isaw As the broker bent his elbow his friends took turns guessing They say there is fine goat pasture on the rocks near Fiftyninth streetFire engine Cows They drivocattle through the streets over to the First avenue slaughter houses still I suppose Ambulance beU1 Dinner bell Were the men run ning Steamboat loose from her moor ings anfloateduponahightide Abell buoylostin the fogy The belle XerYork rNo you fellows areall wrong in terrupted thebroker It wasahorse street car bell They have street cars still in New York I rode on Wash ingtons perfect system of under ground trolley cars for three hours whenI got back just to neutralize the antiquityin townWashingtonStax PREPARING FOR SUCCESS Many Ebbs and Floods in the Tides of Every Life If I were called upon to assist in preparing a young mans mind for success in life I should begin by asking him to forget the Shakespearean aphorism for it is as false in metaphor as it is in principle The tides of the ocean ebb as well as flow and they do both twice in 24 hours The mar iner who misses a flood tide does not abandon his voyage nor does he de liberately sail into the shallows or indulge in miseries He simply watches for the next flood The tide in the affairs of men also ebbs and averagelifetime any logical analogy between the two tides the lesson to be derived is full of h6pe and not of despair It teaches that if through the mistakes of in experience the first flood tide is missed the next is equally available Having taught a young man to for get Shakespearean fallacy I would first labor to impress upon his mind the true meaning of success in this life To that end I should teach him that every child of God has a mission to perform and that mission is amply discharged if heso lives that when comes the inevitable hour he can truly say The world is better for my having lived This issuc cess in the highest and best sense of the word It may or may not be accompanied by an accumulation of wealth for under this rule themil lionaire may prove a dismal failure while thehumblest may achieve a bril liant success even though it may consist in causing two blades of grass to grow where but one grew before The most successful man that ever livedon earth was the poorest and laylIi3sonln Success Use of a Long Breath When chilled by exposure to cold take a long breath with the month firmly shut Repeat this several times until you begin to feel the heat re turning It requires only a very short time to do this The long breath quickens the pulse and this rouses the blood to circulate faster The blood flows into all parts of the veins greatdealdeep breath held as longas possibler will close the pores of a heatedskin and thedangeroftakingcoldon step ping outdoors may be thus guarded against To Prevent Spreading of Disease For 13 years the Dutch have had compulsory registration infectious disease At their best schools there is always besides the teacher nil attendant who sees to the personal con dition of each childupon enteringtht school each C BREVITIES OF FUN jJExjvclitioris foihrnprth polarc4 ibput ftvklf of invest ments lint u Pityniigedhfr returns net so very uucyrituiir adelPlua Tjiiits y HcDarUngJ Jcflag hp gliswe treromade for ouftan otheE jffiAatlitlie moai i6B botli ofJasIiag 1= been wieStjfi iJsn1 iFlfeye rilMf BostonTrihserl t f AYit iniktnantlicdatfjiei in1116t I l t1 eatmdahoul that Lots of Nevada 4afl Arizona men leave done the same jth ngCleveiand Plain Dealer COwed spend only half as much time as the photographer does triyng to see people in the best light said Irving Tonne the philosopher wed have a notch better opinion of every bodyIndianapolis News Oh yes Rev Mr Kurves is a very eloquent preacher I understand hat he was once a baseball pitcher Yes and a fine one Ah I suppose thats where he got his good de livery Philadelphia Record Gayboy Well I got one of your tfcdding announcements let me con gratulate you Mr Shift I have changed my mindand cm not going to be married but I think congratula tions are in order anyllowOhio State Journal Here cried Oldham to his room mate who was starting on his vaca tion thats my brush and comb youre putting in your grip Well let me haveem You wont need em youve grown so baldilately Thats just it I cant part with them rhHr clplliarressHE KEEP COOL Artist Had His Nerve with Him When the Collector Calljd A few days ago I met with the toughest case in my whole experi encesaid the agent of a very success ful debtcollecting firm I tackled my man for three pounds he owes a restcurant Hes an artist Im sorry said he leaving off work on the picture and pushing his velvet smoking capon the back of his head while he looked lazily at the bill but I cannot pay this for a few months yet Why not said I Because I have a more pressing pressing than a bill of this ktndsaid I sarcastically Yes a good deal he said Im buying a pair of shoes on the installment plan and the second shoeito be delivered todnv if I can make a par tial payment The coin is here said he iappinghis waistcoat pocket All right I said but you just give that coin to me on account or IllsellyouupSell he drawled Why these pictures said I sweeping my arm in a comprehensive way round the studio These pictures All right my boy go ahead If you can sell them 111 be much obliged to you Its a great deal more than candor With that be lighted his pipe and went on pnirting cs tranquil as a summers dry 1 ad limed him and asked him out to have a drop something Hsuiio ne he said standing beck and regarding his picture with one eye closed but nci even glancing tit me I never Icve FOCS relations trim my trnrlcrpcorlc was feint when trot down to the jiicet Ionjlcn TitBitsC- OMMUNICATION WITH MARS Easlasnt Astronomer Sumi up Difficul ties of tin Situation Sir Robert Ball in a recent con tributfon to an American magazine lr town in a brief and sensible way that signaling to Mars is beyond the power of human resource The au thority of this eminent astronomer asserts tIle Portland Oregonian af ford satisfaction to those of us who upcct certain scientists of pander ing to sensationalism and notoriety It is also very improbable even if there ate intelligent beings on Mars thrt they could send a signal to us which we could detect That there is life on the surface of our neighbor planet Sir Robert does not dispute nor is he prepared to controvert the theory that the lines called canals are the1 work of an arti ficial agency But by several practical illustrations he sllOtrs the abrolute absurdity of receiving signals with our present instruments of observation or of creating a disturbance on this planet such as could be seen by the Martians unless they have telc scopes far beyond the power of ours The atmosphere which etcnidy tv vclops the tarth is in itself cnorgh to baffle their efforts to study our planet or to receive a sgaal from c Our difficulty in penetrating the gaseous vapors of Jupiter and Venus satisfy the best of our astronomers on that point We get a fairly good view of Mars because of the extreme ly attenuated atmosphere en that body Moreover the best of our telescopes reduce the apparent distance of an object hardly tp thousandth pert When Mars ts firt the earth its distance from usis abopl 05 000000 miles Our r atest cah reduce this iilceto ana t 35000 miles ffoTp t1s mlSttldreC9rebe suflieientlsgrfat- tobe visible to the naked eye 35000 unite juvtv Paris isfiliout 1n1 111 onehntf llmr W trruinffineetrf Ihe earth fir Plight lylOO irtnf Lt apparent distance of the moon through nfgrtatiictofiiJt1 Tvpifjone will imlnwtlbnf rilr cbjccl T ftc teen- by thAi litu3 eye rrli 00iTThTloiraiN nilUitbitHr prodigious r I thereto uiVb aByTwgMirf ctjeJ byj from Mars Even if ftke uedpfe 2 r x nears naveinccns cr qlservatftJnr as efficient as ours and even if they pen etrate our atmosphere aa accom plishment which in our experience is impossible for them they cannot seethe largest of our cities If we could wave at them a flag as big as the whole state of Oregon they mightno tice it but in all probability the gases and vapors of the earthwouldshut off their view If the entire surface of Lake Superior could be covered with petroleum and set on fire the occurrence might reach their vision If an equal phenomenonshould take place on Mars it would just barely be discernible to us as a tiny point of light All the vast power of Ni agara Jails could not produce light enough for a signal If this greatest source of power which man has is insufficient the futility of signaling may be accepted at least until hu man kind has gained more control of natural forces than at present TYPHOID FEVER Usually the Result of a Polluted W bJ Supply In typhoid fever says the Scots man the germsare not given cff from the breath mouth secretions or skin but are confined to the bowel dis charges and the secretion of the kid- nEYs If these dischargcsbc perfectly disinfected and ordinary cleanliness he observed as regards the patients surroundings there is little fear of in fection We get typhoid fever from water or milk irto which the germs of the ailment have been allowed to es cape Thus what gives itto onein the case of an epidemic gives it to all A pollutedwater supply with millions of germs breeding and multiplying in it is liable to infect a whole com munity and this indeed is the history of mosf of the outbreaks of phoid fever that occur Then again we know that oysters cockles and mussels taken from the beds over which the sewage from a town is al lowed to pass will convey the fever The germsJive in theshellfish for a certain time and when these are eaten infection is naturally conveyed Many cases of this kind were noted a few years ego and one good effect of the warning tflus given has been the greater care exercised by purve orsof oysters in seeing that the shellfish art laid down in pure water BLOOD ORANGES German Chemists Trying to Learn Se cret of Their Color There is a great demand in Ger many for the socalled Italian blood orange The popular idea there is that this fruit is colored not by na tare but by injections of some arti ficial vegetable dye To discover the truth or fallacy of this bolief several wellknown German chemists have been experimenting first to find out from the loc1ori1g c itc1fifitscolor- is due to artificial means and second ly to change the common Italian or ange into a blood orange by injections of different kinds of coloring matter The experiments however have not been attended with success It was found that no single injection of any solution would color more than one part of the orange and that if several injections were made vho ftit was likely to decompose very quickly The theory was then advanced that the colormg was produced by watering the roots of the trees with a blood red vegetable solution It is needless to say this experiment was as barren of results as thftfr LIME WATER FOR STREETS Would Be Prodnctiva of Sanitary fort in Hot Weather Dr A Eddowes writing toa mcd leaf journal suggests that the use G- flimewaterpreParedfresliforwatcrr ing time streets in hot weather would prove to be a practice productive of unitary comfort The advantages claimed for the practice arc said to up those first of aggregating together loose particles of manure and thus to prevent them from being diffused by the wind second of exercising crtziu antiseptic action third of preserving wood paving end fourth of rendering wood Jess slippery The idea should be jvofth considpripg Ly the local authorities intlll tc4 iritl the care cf the streets and an jenerr geiic surveyor might make rial of Dr reri111entlbasis near Vienna for the disinfcctifcn of sewage Collected in one of three tanks t trays sewage is mixedwith fresh milk of lime in the proportion offromonetotwoperccut l lix tnre settles for 48 hour then ilie plear cfllueut water is drainedoff The sediment repiAiiiiiig is usfr fii manure Its valuem this latter dJrecs ion is alleged to be great Tlielefei fluent was said to be clearer dean the water in adjoining mountain strrcrf Ijnuy lh UjJUhcsToitgbecn tisxd for 1utiicirYSroriu sixt pergallonsoffliis lirethoel is the rapid p of tjie sewageif loo inucti fepfed3J fd whiFeit is said that fis lh ue nrattorshm sus1 n ioInrcn alfeet lfjJPwyrcwe- a H r tir frrAPrutlncntClrlcat3trnistaaSpeaks Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vice President Illinois Womans Alliance IQ speaking of Chatubtrlalns Cough Remedy says suffered with a sc ee cold this winter which threateu ed to run into pneumonia I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and medicine upset my stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and 1 found it was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once I am now tirely recovered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be without this splendid niedicineacaiu For sale by M Cravens A man was frozen to death near Now Decatur Ala Cures JJIotu Poison and Career Eating sores swellings falling hair mucous patches ulcers scrofula ach ing bones and joints Itching skin bolls pimples et by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B made especially to cure malijrinnt blood and sklh trouble B n heals every sure mak s the IhndJure and rich Ouer 000 vures of worst and mist o- hstnattby t a blny B B Drug gsts il Dearibe trouble and trial bottle aciL fr by writing to Blood fitlw Co Atanta Ga An earthquake did great damage in New Zealand Beat Out of an Increase of Ills Pension A Mexican war veteran and prom inent editor writes Seeing the ad vertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am reminded that as a Fold r in Mexico in 47 and 48 1 contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase on my pen sion for on every renewal a disc re stores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleas ant and safe to take For sate by M Cravens Tom Cunningham was frozen to deathand Lebanon Junction Tire Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remtdy is the mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe fur children to take and always cures It is Intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the bct medicine made for these diseases Th rclsnot the least danker lu giving it to cbKdren fur it contains no opium or injurious drug and may be given as corjiiicntl to a babe as to au adult Fur sale by M Cravens Saved At Graves Brink 1 know I would long ago have been u my grave writes Mrs S IT New Slim of Decatur Alarlt it had no been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Indigestion Water Irasb Stomach and Bowel Dyprsia nut this excel I tt medicine did me a world of good Since Using it I can cat heartily and havegaincd3o pounds Fur Indigestion Lens of AppHitf Stoaiccb Liver and Kidriiy troubles Ecctrlc Bjtters area pisltive guano teed cure OnIpLGc atT E PaulJV Colurnbla and W h Yilkinsons Liberty Joh ujrfiflpjuia a young man full boneath the cars in Todd c6nn ty and was cut in twain Thb PrI4p1yf flcroisl Many soldiers in the last war wrte to say tbaforScratcliesI ruso5r Cus Wounds Curtis E re Sect and Still Joints Buckletis Arnica Salvo is the Lest in the world Same fur Burns Scales Bolls Ulcers Skin Eruptions ant Piles Itcuresbr no pay Only 25c at T E PjuUs Columbia and W Hi WllUovns Liberty A Million Voices Could hardly express the thanks of IF mcr IlJill of West point Ta Ls Eel why A sevrecold h id settled on us lunji causing a nnbt olsinate uh Several puyblutans toad lc bad consumption but could not help him When nl ihnugbt he was doomed b c rlftJriiijjetcly cured me mini saved my ire I niv weigh j His Its posi- ttt ly guaranteed fur Cuigli Colds suid UIUK troubles Trice 5J c and 8100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls Co lumbia and W II Wilkinson of Llbcr tr I Chtirliy i vnarsNFit8 drowned tile furdinga crook urar Middbsberut7 sh d Iih Irntil Alllt it My xvlfi NaS I11hfIlfdllh l Ili lInj t nl tl 4y11 vVIwlr Jr t uutuij mtr 11r Or IIIt New VIIII il Hue srndrrliitnmti i1tkort 11mK Catty txlS 11 H h PFI if q EqtI1 ifr li c1tIjj tJhr tI PIl lriltt N fn motj t a WI t irul ijeri lit Sit o 1JtilekfI the question what is a friend It is the fl low who will inconvenience himself for you It is theY man who will sit by your bedside when your frame has been touched Ity disease It is the man who will come to yon when the clouds are black whom the muttering thunders of misfor tune growl along the sky It is the man who says Dont be discour aged Ill see yon out It is not the man who will do you a kind ness only w hen he feels he gets back lull value for sorvico rendered Remember that all who writo their names in fancy script in your friendship album are not your friends Exchange OBITUARY Again the death abgel has visit ed the home of R L Rudd and took for its victim little Orbip the twoyear old baby boy Just four short weeks ago sadly wrote the obituary of its mother who was called to her long home on the 10th of Novom Jfr Vo trust to moot her and the infant in heaven where the Oruken links of that family may be reunited aroi led the throne and may Gods richest blessings rest upon the desolate brkeu hoart d members of that family who are left to tell the story of their Bad fate and may each tie thats severed here have u tendency to draw them nearer to their God who alone can heal the wounded hearts and grieve not for Orbie for ho is only gone to bo with mother and sisters MRS J S n Notice I will open a select school at my residence beginning the second Mon day In January I shall be prepared to teach a limited number of pupils oa reasonable terms Apply at once for terms NOVA CAHELL Evidence is accumulating rapid ly in support of the cleniocrite contention that American govern meta in the Philippines is even more extravagant than was the Spnnish administration Six American officeholders in Manila draw salaries that aggregate G8 000 an average of 10500 apiece It is not surprising that some of the unenlightened Ibilippinos regard American ownership as an expensive luxury rabidtMonfr cu ty was terribly mall glt tItlJd the animal was kiu Buck Ball of Mt Veruon who Ml from a roof on a picket faun and was terribly mangled and did nrtr two days of horrible ag- Ony Nuw UlI1I were roasted tJ death and many injured at the Soho fur nacrsat Pittsburg as the result of an xplesiou In a fire which destroyed their fathNos hme hoar Attila Ala Sun and Faro Evans weraburned to death PuiiO tin Blood fly taking Mm oM rellnbfe Botanic fjlw Balm H B B cures ulcers scrtfua crzma pmplrs itclUngskin aching bones 6oils carbuncles It you are alTUn down take B n B It will give life vigor trad strength to the blood U B B makes the blood pure aid ride Druggists SI Teal treat meat free by rifrng Rood Btliu ttldntt Ga PARSON MOSS GO- BLpKSMlTHST WOODWO3KERS C1UH KiirtrYWe are prepared to do any kind of wurk ip rue line in rjrstcjatw orcor have been Iu tun business for oi years arid know how to do work Our prices are as lily a lidterms as rcaJlIuallhIifij uy firstclass mccliajlrs We will take country produce at market value Give nit call SLopnearClumbla Mill ol GORDON NTG01IERY IJi1 V Cok lV COLUMntA KY adliduipFf 1rUliIsy Furoi Ht emlHro n nflro rtil3f 1iosfc 8 0 cfc fffiic r iI s i2 LOUISVILLE tY l J ni1 rr i j WO dfi l L1wis Bro Greensburg Kentucky Have just rpceived three car loads of Buggies Carriages and Farm Wagons 100 Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer An Immense Stock Dry Goods Clothing and General Merchandise that they are selling be low any compeditor RUSSEuJk sp1I1Ios J4OTEli- K1MBLE KY f ago Is now open for the tnvcHn public the year round It Is a large commodious build ing as the picture In t7 dicates and is run firstclass in every particular cke VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prep r 1 oiuiTnj Rnltht that keep a good otock of good stock of Ilindnincl rvnMIea Bridles and llarness If you cant bo suited in my ready rnadu lino I am prepared to make Exactly what you want I sell the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have a nice line of buggy robrs whips etcJ W JKCK7VYKNCo- lumbia Kentucky Get AVcll and Keep Well The True source of health at last found Good news for the sick If every deader of UK Spectator and Xiws ut knew of the wonderful cur at vc iroperticsof Dr T 31 Saj mans vegetable remedies they would not be wIthout them Cheapest and best AUkiols sickness yleds surprislnj quic They are 0 K and are be inmisdby many Get them Send for them By mail jo tpald A T Hartlei t Agent Cane Valley Ky J 4 CHRISTHAS GOODS I have a full line of Christmas Goods theywill go at the lowest trutFGht me a call8t Yours Truly COY E inilJGEON Wr it OUr WOtisr Johnc Heat iilh OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS nrd COMKMSLION No52l4to220 Sixth 5t Lrdwill Itotmh DO YOU KNOW That ypy yarn loll a rloe Watch ora ay pig ce of Jewelry cr a npe Dla- I no fhigur rroarh orSiiverTokt Vnre or Sliver Table Ware at very needtyiiiir wach r paired jf tos e LEONARD HUBER KXJEVJELEHO 712 W UarktSt LnulsVhlr Ky Hancock jotf- o RJ 1IIlfpR EE Colusubii Ky JUNRJ5 HANCOCK Prop f Thc ahoy riotel has been re litUti n atmul aid Is MV ready forte coiifnftHl nrriii n fatirn of guests Table supplied with the host tbe market affords Rates reasonable toed sampts ivoKi Fvc stable at trra ted Bring us that Ifilor yKiJ yon ptoux s ixrtiv tnutsi Jlcmmbar 11 itv tw keIt Inc34 ti J 0 G JONS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths and Woodworkers and are prepared to do any kind of work needed in this section G This shopis the Coffey stand near the Rjller Mill Give them a call whon in need ofwork in their lines lyr LeoanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0i fl i modernluuudry lenced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a lrRullW JOHNSTON GO Fro- RBSDVllLERAsats Columbia Kentucky IffJJTHERHOGD U dis withbemcdjcmo can restore dead or doesregulate prcventnrttrringo functions and and ohomesbarren and dosi to homes AVino ofm ate for seals ho gives women the tJ mdstrength to bear heal j You can get a ofCardoifrom WiNEofCARDUI Feb April ogThedfords nevorrfvcnoflanfuf2o msmotborof aifno nl baby which weighs ttaa 34arcm lt1n formafll eI U poandc and I row rnq homo is ooald leelhappy aad I will gsllammyasele ITS rcr Iaerarnn1nJtoD1 FCxtnao ki iT ty Dre eer L