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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p1 rh t tTIIE win A TF A TR OOTJWT Y NEWS1 ===VOIiUME 5 COLUMBIA AD AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 151902NUMBER 10 POsTUFFICE DIRECTORY J RnsseU Postmaste- r0mceboursweekdays7oo am 830 pm COURT DIRECTORY CtyearThhacotrd l Monday Injariiary third Monday In May au tt third SeptemberonOlrcuiIJ1itgaW Commonwealth AtWrnyNn WAaron SheriffTiWiMIUr Oltrk Jno CoCeyde Oou iTT =First Monday In each month Judge T Murrell County Attorney JaiGarnett Jr OlerkT E Stults Jailer JK P CoBOTtr Asieiior p Burton SarTCyor R TUcCaffreBi School SuptW Jonu Oorocer CM Ru sel second MondayRegnUrcourt ach month idgeJW Atkins ornoy Gordqn ijoqtgomery gltt cnpi kr0TOji chjEBnyTEar4N SFasrREV T F Walton pastor Servlcps tcqond and fqnrth Bandar Stindayaphoola Jan each 4onilb Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday r nisbh ltBruloDlsT tenLWLrBmonthppBtorSundayschool every Sabbath at am meeting Thursday night BAPT- WGbutonn S7a rev W B st0r Services third Sunday In each month eigndpySChotr njtetlng Tuesday nightliOHBIST1A- KCMrBBt8VluB PIE Bid ZT William- PNtgr Services First Sunday In eac Month 9ndyacbooteven Sabbath nt iim Prayer meeting Wednesday nig- htLODGE onS1ASONtCF and A Knegn ar meeting In their balloTer bank on FrI 1ay night oa or before tile fall moon in each month JasGarnett JrWM C AKEWSecy It A No7 meetS Friday night alU rfun moon JASGA1UBITJnBP W W Secretary New CarriagewJ H4 W goU bop r Dt have leased the R C Eubank shop and will giro trpipge fit WGgon Wofck special attention Work done by me will be first class Pro dqce taken in return for work s F EUBANK BRVNERCO IIOLESALEoPRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter try and Egg Also guarantee highest mark prices 471 Bruok Street QUJSVILLE J TUpJr Farmers Farmers I nn I am prepared to takeyourorderstor Hydraulic Rams tothrorv water from your springs to your bouses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me atColumbia for esttma or call and se me at the XIarcunj ITo tel Yours truly V jypop n n fTIIE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes oaioiatoas or 1New Designs Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes Jr t 316 Fourth Ayowue JDOJJISVTLLE r r KY 4 c MJSEMAII SQL + 6n tQr S t0 n YOtjl JSWELEIIS and OPTICIAN Established 1881 Defers Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goirts Special attention nlven to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond OporiteMBstc- HaHiOUl8VtLtiE KENTUCKY f V i A Republican War There is no longer any doubt that in less than six months there will be two distinct factions in the Republican party as bitter against each other sahe silver and gold Democrats in 1800 President Roosevelt will lead e faction and Senator Mark Hanna will lead the other Both of these men want to be nominated for Presi nt in 1901 and they are each looking after their fences now Roosevelt to build for himself has to tear down what MdKinley builtup furls Is recog sized that Hanna was to be the Presl dential legatee of the late President and the Federal officeholders through out the country were to be the admin willnThe President understands that per fectly cod to strengthen himself be is turqingoutthesesnmeFcderaloflluials and putting Iloosevelt uicn in their places There has already been three anges in the Cabinet and more are to follow until not a one of the old fellows will be left to tell the tale Here in Kentucky evidences of the- mesa policy are every where apparent Bradley who was hardly on speaking rms with the McKinley Administra tion is undoubtedly Roosevelts right hand man and the shake up in conse quence is being felt in all the govern ment offlciai circles InObioForaker who hoc been afraid to show his teeth Mark Hanna whom he secretly dls kes has now on his war punt and Legtslahlooks like Ilanna Is guingUj sustain his first defeat Following the personal conflicts there is sure to be a divMon on issucsand the war will go morals It looks now like Hanna his the wurstotttbutheis the best polity clan in the country and with the trusts at his back the Rough Rider is goingI to find a bigger jib than riding up an Juan Hill Elizabethtowu News Flood of Bills Washington Jan loer three- undred Gills and joint resolutions ere introduced today in the Senate of whlcfl the fullgwlpitsere the mostI impurtantEtBy Mr platt of Ijcw York prorldI Ing fps the erection fif a poctofflce building in i ew york the building IsI to be Vubstantal and cummodious and centrally Ircated and upproprlat Ing 500000 toward this purpose Mr Mitchell requiring thutcoritrac furs carrying the mall lit the United States shall be aVe to read the IJigllh IanHuIgeIBy Mr MiSini inrrcafinjr pension ratings on account f wounds dKCiM or Injuries received while iu the lineI f duty By Mr Penrose authorizing the carrying of scaled packages through ethe mails at the rate of one cent a ounce By Mr FairhapkF appropriatJn- 9000000tUrlheetvtCHAnntaituicdin to be located nn Jaiksnn lice in thc city of WashinlGra arid to bti ustd jointly by the state d parm n and the department of justice Ry Me McMillan fur a tlirr arch in tonor of the late President McKinley IVliosoBack to Scratch tksEvery newspaper treasures up In its memory the names of Its friends an HRcwise its enemies Jt seldom ever overlooksan opportunity to a as sist tie former but neypr goes ollt- its of way to boost the latter Aumasthenature is pretty much tbe same every where People who how tbe news per scrltietklndness never make a better Investment or use that m reble surely pays them a hundred fold sooner or later As has been truly said there comps a time In the life of every man when a word said to a newspaper either makes or unmakes t h individual mentlnnedafnrehe Advancet ar11rift riea s13rnk- I know f would long ago have be n my grave writes Mrs S n New J som or Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years suffered untold agony from the worst forms of Induoetkjn Wa er brash Stomncli and t cllyp But this taccellctt uredicne did mea worM ot good Since Ksiog it I can cat heartily and tams ipidSS pounds Fur IndgesMorit Itoss of Appel Its Stomach Liver and Kidney troublts Electrfc Bitters ares pwitlve gnat an teed cure Only6GcatT E PaullV- tolumhlat and H Wilkinsons L16ertp Governors Message in Brief Urges retrenchment In expenditures- to avoid increase In tax rate Reviews and approves work of State Board of Prison Commissioners Recommends thorough investigation and reform in expenditures for elee mosynary institutions Advises that these institutions be managed by a comet slun as tbe pris ons are managed Suggests a law providing a system of uniform textbooks- Indorses appeal of State College at Lexington acid State Normal School for Colored Persons at Frankfort for larger financial assistance Calls attention to recommendations of the head of the State Military De parfrueut Urges that localities be required to care for their own pauper idiots Recommends an appropriation for new State buildings Wants a debusinessocuoutApproves suggestion of appropria tlon to enable the State to be represented at Louisiana Purchase Expos tions Anticipated the Wreck One of the strangest experiences in my lung career said an old train dis uatcner happened when I was work ill g in a single track mountain divi eretredo for many miles We ran trains down this grade very cautiously for it was amo impossible to stop one de scending when once it bad acquired a hood speed One night I had a passen ger train just starting up this grade with a freight at the top ready to come down Through a grave mistake nut my own the detoits course down tbebillaThc road be ing single track and there being no signal towers n descoldwas inevitable Accordingly J at ordered out twp wrecking trains and corps of surgeons which were soon on the road That was a queer situation There were the two wreck trains going a wrec which had not yet occurred and a numbcrof doctors going to bled up wouuds which bad not yet been re celved And there were the two dram ed trains speeding toward destruction 1curt I In my oflje 100 miles away 1nervously tense almost straining to har the crash as they met tar out m the mountain Tim wreck was a fear fnl one but that Is only a common precedingGalveston News nThe Mothers Fuyprfto rjjamhjerlains C ujh Dcnndy is the Afuaptun K it is in tuliii tirceially for ugh lils iroii alt ti lwrplu itJijh mi the lirt medicine in de for these disue Tinre ls ant thr eat danger in ivinir it tit cliidreo it contains no opium or injurous aragand may lu given as cor iiily Vt a babe as to an adult Fur sale by M Cravens A unique event was a upicr given on New Years day by Freak FVrnuMjn Bloomington1f fnd at er la we his guests All were seated at lit same tabje and with Mr Ferguson at head and his wife at tbe opposite end of the table A bounteous dinner was enjoyed after Mr Ferguson had asked a divine blessing nn his remark household Mr F rgusuuu and second wives died lie w divorced from his third and is now living happily with his fourth wife All the mothers ialaw ate the best of t onlyjfifty ycars old stites tljifc lt is his io e n lon to have a uutther IIJlarre union every New Years day as oof as wJiyenBeat Out of an IncnaKO of I Pen loa A Mexteaawar veteran arid I ro irjcut editor wrltQht Seeing the ad vertisemetit of Chambeililns Colic I5aaw remind d thntas tlirtr Jlejclcs in t nd8 I o nLrtittl blezi dlarrbtoa and this remedy hali kept tram gfitirg an increase it8R peu sins for on every renewal a dIe re stores me It It unequalled M aj gnick cure for diarrhota abd Is pleas OYiiSJJicCTe- r fitri Consumption Figures based upon the Just census returns show that 250000 persons fall victims to consumption every year In the United States It Isprobabletbat- ev ntbese appalling figures tall below the truth of the situation In a recent treatise delivered before the Berlin Medical Assiciatlou Dr Dortlgne a prominent Gerrain pliy sician made these statement Death from consumption colistlL tute about onefifth of the toal mortality of the human race Consumption of tuberculosis Is not confined to the lungs The liver the brain the peritoneumthe most diverse organs of the bodycan be at tacked by tubercle anSincesumption is not only contagious but inocalablc has til mibothtbe whole medical world uA single substance not given as a rei but as derfinitelated with turbucle and their ultimate definite cure This is raw meat or the juice of raw meat extracted cold by aid of powerful presssure Raw meat has acted even on dogs that have been inoculated twenty tour days pre vio usly and after they bad arrived at the last stage of consumptive emacia tlon and weakness From the time they received the cre Hiased tbdments all the inoculated dogs that were simply fed as ordinarily and ores plentifully with cooked meats died in the space of from one to four months Instead the inoculated dogs fed with the juice of meat or raw meat are still alive and in good health after two years and a half These experiments are too important not to attempt toI rive a benefit and possibly extract a treatment trim it Should tbe treatJ ment be truly curative what a grand victory will have been gained overbr athr ManyaPotanic Blond Balm B B B the faImous Southern blood purifier quickly cures cancer blood poison pimples bolls carbuncles ulcers eating sores OQRcrofulaor backrbeumatlsm catarrh and blond and skin troubles B B B heals every sore and makes the blood pure and rich B B B the finest blood purifier made Druggists 81 Trial treatment free by writing mood Hahn Co Atlanta Go Practical Politic The St L us Republic SItYfITbo President is an extremely capable pollI tlcian along prartlcal1nes arid warnsI su ch usbrowd plotters as Senators Tanna and Platt who are closed a enemies of the President wltUiatheh ItpuWcii orpai z aiur tint thyI arrxvbd a ant x nrnrt cn eictheru 1 the fijlitini they want anti roJuili a grat neat mute llian they will rI- itihPrrsantappararvcs an1 that the Pre ideTt nod Senator llama trr pal ina turrther Every time Trio f VH aks a sU p forward in drtrs h jto rtr 1trtrainhuse lpuse the patrooagc lavishly to ttanncprobably the most acromplbhcd and partyIsense and he may not be easily dls perfsed with The soiection of Henry C Payne of Wisconsin tole Post Geaeralianuontislakableea idence of the present ncy of tbe Uanua intcresp at the Executive 1Qn sinnddq not even intimate that Mr Payne wll condurf the PostolDcc Neither ym heraangaTtaClcilervlcellara to cstarjisb ment A Million Vole IrgCould hardly express too thanks of Hoeaer flail of Wet point 1st tis tilettro on his lungs cant a wost obstiBate cf aa ijh Several physlckws said he had orre tlooOtt roiW ot1teJp hi WJt9 aU IAclagkt tie acv drpted crycan ItCcowepletely cured me tad saved my ife ian r weigh 227 lbs Its posi tl Jtly guaranteed for Cougli Colds Gritig troubles Price 50 c and Tral butt es tree Faiilis atsibla5nd1 Wtlk1f1OQorL hit- t LJ Admiral Schley Washington Jan 7The object of Amiral Scbleyd visit to the white house yesterday was to request the president to cotcriaiti and ojusldcr pit appal for the reversal of the action of Secretary Lung aid the disapproval of tilt majority jlld ofrinquiry The luttft view was satisfac Wry the presdent granting the admirals reqiusfe Messrs Rayncr and Teaguewill assist Admiral Schley in the preparation of the appeal The interview with the president was arranged In advance and at its conclusion Admiral Schey left thf white house in a satisfied state of mind He had been given a full opportunity to present the rate from his star dp lint d to acquaint the president with w my details of which the latter curt not have any knowledge While Ad ral Schley would nut make any statement regarding the mattes dis cursed holding that an interview be tween a naval officer and his comman lnchlt should be regarded as con fidential it is understood that be brought to the presidents attention many of the alleged injustices and dis crepancies of the majority report of the court of inquiry Admiral Schleys interview with the president was the result of his determination to exhaust every means in his power to overturn the judgment which had been rendered against him s new appeal will be different from- atsumrnutted to the navy department bringing out some new facts x hash liice an important bearing upon the controversy Mews Rayner and T ague counselor Rear Admiral Schley came over from Baltimore today and were closeted for several hours with their client Admiral Scbley would not discuss the matter beyond stating that he had asked his counsel to come here that be might acquaint them with the result of bis talk with President Roosevelt and agree upon tbe best method of inging tbe facts before the presi dentWhile it is not definitely known bow much time they were afforded in which to prepare the appeal ic is understood to be the wish of President Roosevelt that the matter be presented as early possible The fiiowing statement was given out by Admiral Schleys counsel at the conclusion of the conference Admiral S uley has concluded aft er mature and careful delibraiion to aipvril from the majtriiy declMmof thecjurtof Inquiry to the president of the Uuirxd States a coiutuander in chief of the array and navy The action having teen determined upon nothing more can be divulged at this timer the reguatious of the navy be pros app a cannot revealed cxc pt theprairlnt liter ihv rrmal duc uu entllac VfO ndWilhhliu Mr Ta rt cd ilnt auaj taki antiYt lhJjd witn ihe ITCM dent 0011 iifn r the rutornof Admiral Jiirlile t from a4MttSivaui ah ubcgitt th 20 hjusU iIfflori Hotel 6 V SI WiLflORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky T11E11K is no better place to stop i than at the abovcd named hotel Good sample rsyurn and a fistclan table Itaios very reasonable F ed tabll Ill tUted Hsrdgsty Ems Kance PRODUCE GOMMjSSIQ QQ pflNY ail seaaa si geiI Loulsv51J r Kentucky 0Trul of Adair and adjoining bnauti erlicited Ha GoGktlo tel 8URXSV1LLE STREET Ctrlgtulriahe K lU1ItUS HANCOQKProp 00 lThe above Hotel has been re fitted repiilritedj and is now ready roc ltitiI00tot reaeeehri lale tr aft hed P f t i nlEAOAIRCOUNTY NEWS SKOO Per Year t t r eeo soooeoe o eoe eo t 1TNECOURIER JOURNAL SlOO Per Year S 4 i i I NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL i S Si50 PER YEAR assso s 9 Subscribe anb fteep po0teb on the currentrI bappenings of theaa2the flews Office can i i not be excelleo in neat job worn eroooooeeeooooooeeeoooesooooo0ooe4oo4 o 0000000 400- ev eoece 40 4 40 eI 0S JFine Uaflorfng Ii ai 1 cT i 1When yon to Louisville order e flyour suit at f 4 EQQERS a i i + iei 220 W Market Street Bet 2 and 3rd i + i s + i i Louisville Ky i i s e eeeoeeeoeeooeoetooeooooooQe oooooo oo oe ooeg e f Stoves and Ranges For good grade of sheet iron stoves stove pipe elbows and dampers call on me COOK STOVES Sold with or without vessels extra low tCome and get my prices before buying LTT Hall Columbia- PATTERSON Ky HOTEL JRM6ST0WNIKY No 14Urc j1nee cnn re fnui d than at the i 1ue natad hotel Its new elegantly nrnishod and theta 4 lo at nil times qup t iliad with the heft it1P mniket nflorde I Feed Stable m co Jectlon JJ B PATTERSON o Ic 5ss2srD asss jiO Yr iSr= = rVfi itro IjjCil tg tJTb NcCJ i f cbq ivn44NYMCnCOYw wn tfI y Cemrs a Ynr LrvM Than a Penny n Murnl r OO1 SDtJTHS LITERARY W trj Published at Atlanta Ga Ir a irecr i f more or leas activity in the Fonlhcni Held r ijiKilrt tft Ccntijry he Sunny South iicioi I a ttfitfr f readable than at any time in its liistorj fr i 1Lfrt Ki iury paper Short stories Pkctcliea iiiiiltm ir 1tiuci et xnvvdot a at home and afield pocinx lci iViiMiSie for inntie keepers everything of intorot tu o mid + ru niAUl If excellent weekly make hitwo swtime TnisruAK OKBuar UIIraow in nrogreis with full uynopsLj to iMetitsiaa KosalynUcs Lo rsbyMaurice thump It h UnlQ April 27thuwUJ M md with absorbing iiiterwl iwhOIlt the this M your opportunityalai ieMUrurafallyeMofK Think out CUb Ijrtion rl k m cents a ear Nu npeltn kri fhcpaperkaitsewnlcstofferandargtunnttntbs Pne saniplncopy to and to your u hnc natncs and addreaseq you snJ 011 n r rK cunfl pwvVtl you send at once A club or lice aloIllIttlItr fJr htr fauiiy rlBuUr Js yewt old friend in a new ferns u J J I asi3leakterexirhtr tr Orderlttodaylt h iic rj in com lnuit1B ukh the Rrwiuvi of al1tgiiSiYutirn Avftct NEWSi APIiKS Th Atlanla UwUJv HltllhU71Jt lv ly121 a year ltemit that anruuutt Yr fxi a yut xi oNlrtsad get these turn graal I Itt ta rkr i lter etai J w t dhNJ tn tealrnr anti rrrfulttsaeea to l1apcntOue11j NI a fw i r i VN1YY 5OVTHATLANTA t1- d r IIIBM GOIH Iff jpublished Every Wednesday J BY TUB Mair oUl1ty News o f INCORPORATED EIUter cU 8 ucu devoted to the later x Democratic newspaper people oftheandof Columbia oU of the city Adair and adjacent counties Entered at tho Columbia Postofflceasseco clas mall matter SUBSCRIPT N R1TES oeucrAnsecBIX aT41TLTi r AI1VNrR W WEDNESDAY JAN 15 f Mr W P Walton has purchas ed the Lexington Democrat and v has assumed control 0 i Hon Gerald T Finn who won V rr the is a manlyman parliamentarian and a splendid f will make an excellent presiding- officerIf r Gov Beckhama message was free from political buncombe and is a fine Stato paper His suggestions to the Legislature were all practicable and sensible The Greensburg Record is chuckling over the fact that the Adair County Nuns made a mistake We belong to the common herd of mankind and make no preventions to infaliuihty Tho Stipremn C1 urt held that th wassC1iiiMinl Tliin dRfsiM tle IlUroid Cimmifs iiii niteonfthall railroads in the larders of the State In the death of Rabbi Moses Lorriavillo losea one of her ablest ministers and his place in Jewish circles liewillwas lov d hy both Jtw and Gu tile and his death cast a gloom ovor the hoIA city Will Goddan who accidentally Killed himself at Greensburg two weeks ago had 35000 life hisur ante leis father is the beneficiu ry All the policies were taken t out in the prt year and one of accidenttlT There truth it the state ln centPublishing bureau of Chicago that the Postmaster General had ruled that all publishers of news papers must discontinue sending titheir paper tu putrii s after the time paid for had expired The oil interest in Kentucky is growing in amazing proportions Pine stnkps nrH reprted from Knox county and the interest in Wayne ia growing Oil magnets are pouring in from the Elstnd ib begins ti oc like the old state ia going to bee me the center of capital Our Now Years greeting appear ed in the Burksville Herald of the 4th as an editorialas the product of the fertile brain pf its editor In our issue of last week we made a modest mention of the fact to which ho replies in part as fol lows liThe editor of the Adair Cuuu ty News got on his ear because we happened to select or convert to our own use an editorial that ap peared in the Louisville Com mercial New Years day all be cause he dill the same thing The truth is tha o ir New Yearn G PI tit R ppearcd in the iFU of January tho 1st which went to press December 8 lttl lay Ie fore the Commercial was issurd h The editor of the Herald pleads guilty of ti steal but claims that 1 ho took the article from the Com- mercialS and not the News Great Scott Its all right eo long as your steal adds to the merits of- yur paper and does not imPover- ishr us Our mention of last week was not a kick it merely called your attention to giving credit to whom credit JB due We may not i put up the Lest grade of goods that is left for cur readers to de termine but all our editorials are homespun When you need another message to your subscribers write us and we will give it direct Jand save you from the embarrass ment that often follows a steal Will give you 500 for the Corn morcial containing thanarticlet dated tamers 1st l t ncd JfCRKARTNOM NAT D Hon Jas B McCr ary of Mad ist i cMinty wss nominated ill Pomocratio cauctn lust Thursday night for United Statcs Senator Messrs Wheeler and Smith with drew from the contest and the vote was taken between Gov McCreary and Judge Cantrell It stood 62 for McCreary and 87 for Cantrell Tho nomination of Mr McCreary was made unanimous The best of feelings prevailed The follow ing is the biography of the success ful candidate For forty sears James B Mc Crearr has been prominent in Kensuckys history He first came into notice in 1862 when ho as sisted in railing tho Eleventh cavalry regiment for the Kentucky service C S A In this he was subsequently made Lieutenant Col onel a rank he held at the close of the war He served with distinc tion in the army of Tennessee and under Gens Morgan and Bragg and under Breckiuridge in Virginia and surrendered with his regiment atAppomattoxHe in 1866 rep seating Madison county in the Kentucky Legislature and again in 1871 and 1878 this honor was bestowed on him without opposi tion from his party He ac quitted himself at the first session that at the two succeeding sessions he was made Speaker- In 1876 as the Democratic can- didAte for Governor he was oppos ed by one of the ablest and oldest politicians of Kentucky Tho Republicans had Ill their candidate the Hon John M Har lan now one of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States McCreary was elected by 57000 majority After retiring frfin the Kx iiitiv fiT1 he was rted to tin Fortyninth Con- gn8s and reelected to the Fifti eth Fift3firat Fiftysecond Fif tythird and Fiftyfourth seesiens For twelve years he was a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House He was twice its chairman He was also a member of the Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures and the Vorlda Fair and Private Laud Claims He was tbe author of the bill establishing a Land Court to adjudicate the claims growing out of the treaties between the United States and Mexico known as the Garden treaty and the Guadeloupe Hidalgo treaty He was also the author of the bill which provided fir the PauAmerican Congress Gov McCreary was appointed by President of the United States in 1802 one of the five Commission ers to represent the United States in the International Monetary Conference In that congress he distinguished himself us an advo cate of bimetallism Although in public life both military and civil for more thnn thirty years Gov McCreary has lost none of his physical and mental vigor By his long expe rience political knowledge and ac- quirements ho has thoroughly fit ted himself to become the repre sentative of Kentucky in the United States Senate At its recent session in Louis ville the Kentucky Educational Association recommended that thirdclass certificates be abolish ed that the county be made the unit of taxation j that the school district be given the authority to vote on the question of levying a tax to build school houses that the trustee system bo remedied by placing all schools in the county nndrr control of a Counts Board of Education When the late Gov Goebel was told that if he was not very careful he would be aesinated he said If they murder me my death will be to the Democratic party of Kentucky what the blowing up cf the Maine was to Cuba His predic tion is coming true It is confi dently believed by leading Democratic politicians that the partys majority in the next general elec tion in tho State will be 50000 MUsIlopa Ray eighteen years old beautiful in face and figure resides in UJUalJtl ISest Virgin ia She is a great chicken fancier and offers her hand in marri age to the gentleman who will take the greatest number of premiums at tha State Poultry Show Oar advice doe not conwt forjjpriiij iaaisS t o bytheRepublican l to the United States Senate When itcomos to seeking empty honor the Doctor is it- GRADY VILLE A B Wilmore and J W Wal ker returned to Greensburg today Rev T L Hulse preached for us last Sunday Uncle Creel Yates whr haeen dangerously sick is improving S D Caldwell and wiiV ef lrland were visiting at this place one or two days of last week Geo H Nell informs ns that his saddle horse is hard on shoes Only wore out 65 last year Mrs Cal Wilmore left last week for Lietchfield and Falls Rough to visit her daughter brother and farmers took advantage If the pretty week by burning plant beds and preparing ground fov oat and corn P c McCaffreo is moving his goods to his new place of abode and will soon be ready to move his family They will missed as they are some of our best people Mr Jas Keen one of our best tobacco men is handling tobacco for lilmore d Moss who have bought a great deal Smith 8c Nell left last week for the Atlanta market with a car load of firstclass mules Dr Zaoh Taylor of Knob Lick visited his brother Dr Sam Tay lor last week Uncle Geo Yates accompanied by B W Hunter of Bradfords villA visited the sick in our city B Yates one of Nashvillba hp business men was at the bed of his sick father last week Our merchants have taken an inventory of their goods and from the present indication their trade last year was very satisfactory Mr Allen Kemp has bought an interest in the stock of goods of Grady Kemp and is now an ac tive business man Mr Clay Wilmore and Prof Moore of Greensburg visited rel atives here Saturday night and Sunday v Mr Thos Dowell of Keltner will soon be a citizen of our town He was here Sunday and informed us that he would move in about thirty days We welcome him J A Diddle transacted business on East Fork last week Mrs Julia Baker has been at the bedside of her aged father Mr W M Waggener who has been in a critical condition- S C Walkup who recently set up a tombstone shop is doing good work He is giving satisfaction to his trade W lL Smith informs us that he has five or six bronze turkeys foi sale Prof John Flowers school open ed Monday with about thirty pupils Those from a distance are tbe Misses Bell and Hamilton Messrs Kinnaird Bell Hamilton of Nell Profs Handleyof Breeding and Grants of Cane Val toy Mesdames Grissom and Powell of Bliss were guesta of Mrs W M Wilmoro one day last week Mr Robt McCaffree county surveyor was in our community several days of last weo- kPEL1YTON Mr John Campbell is out drumming this week- J II Pellny bought a nice bunch of hip of Z T Pelley at 5c J Sanders sold a harness and saddle hors to B W Allen fur S125 Miss VlrgleTupruan of near Colum bia is visiting relatives here Your writer was at Tarter a few days ago on business Thos Hardln and lteof Watson are visiting at this place Mr Thee Lemon has returned to his home in Kansas- H F Coffey is visiting JpTayJor county Remember thatEllisBros ft Camp bell grind corn on Friday You should patronize them John Maupln removed his family to Marion county last week Fred Beard has the pneumonia V verJo Pelley and briith r Jim will gtIndiana inn few lays MISS P lone Wills opened school at this pace last Mo dIY witht r frat trndanrt V- Ji Uu arls or nnnfivllte was In fklrntldZt az titlek bututhol jRiii Jli rf frtr iVfft tatitfer- toroutehirme1ricutae r couaty i ss- C 1VTLIIbY t J WSiUm1Sm LonUe t 1i week r B It Wilson has gone tot e smoky Ity with a car load of chick ens John II ii cock left last week to attend Frhou at Bowling Green RF Tandy was here buying hogs last wet k John Lowe was here Saturday isC Dudgeon bought of Sam Speer hsj use and lot on main street for M50 pecul ors why not invest in real ate her Think of the wonderful Kiowth of our little city from a few dozen to something less than 2100 in two or three years For the benefit of visited our town enterjprlsesmachine broom handle factory broom factory stave factory and four stores There will be several new dwelling houses built in the spring We are on one of thin best pikes in the count We havns any oil wells but have gas the year mini Speculators come on while ciricr s are being sold at a lilted hIs regular ap polutiocnts here Saturday and Sun day Rev Montgomery ofCampbellsvillc will begin a series of meetings here the second Sunday In February Mrs Arnold mother of John Arnold and Mrs Ben Thomas is very low Mrs Ellen Squires of this place is reported dangerously ill J W Judd after a short illness is out again As I have written a letter to tbe News before will close asking some of the young people of this place to write every week RED BIIID TARTER Farmers have been very busy taking advantage of the fine weather Mrs Junius White has been quite sick but is Improving T II Tarter Is in Russell county on business PlI Roberds was In Camp belh vine Thursday on business J II Adkins one of our brightest young men will leave for Garland Tex as Sunday Jo is a good fellow and we regret his departure- J T White has secured a position with the Columbia Spectator O J Weir has entered school at LexingtonJ attended a musical tertainment at J W Cravens Friday night which was a decided success D B White who has recently gore into the merchantlle business is rapidly growing a good trade Mr Wootrle of Franklin Ind who has been in the lumber business here has removed to his home Mr Walker Bryant has purchased a sawmill and will have it operating in a few days Last Thursday night at the hour of 9 oclock Miss Katie Tarter who has been confined to her room for the past eighteen months departed this life and fell in the arms of her loving Savior She was only 19yearsof age when the summons came She was a mem ber of tbe Methodist Church and was prepared to leave this world She leavesa mother and father and fOLr brothers to mourn her JossYe ex tand our sympathy to the bereaved family On the 28th ult Mr W O Wheat of this place and Miss Battle Humph rles were ucited in the hilly bonds of matrimony at the home of the brides father They are both very popular andwe heartily extend our congratu E Cravens who has boon In Iowa for some tlmn was called to the bedside of bis father Mr JJ Cravens who has been confined to his room with rheumatism for some time but we art glad to report be is improving slid QUARTEH LX R EPoJ rF T17E 1lI BANK UF CLUBiAd- TTUB CLOSE OFB USIXES Off TU 31st DAY OF DEC igol RESOURCES Leans aid discounts less Kans to Directors t678ij Overdrafts secured Overdrafts unsecured Duo fronjNvional Banks1134616 Due tram State Banks anl Bankers Banking house and lot 2000 Mortgages Other stocks and bonds Specie Currency Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and fixtures Expenses last quarter t9 hive description location va uo aud how loiijf ovrnel al teal cstat except banking eons and lot If any owned lojncr than five year Dout own any Loans to Directors 2r05 LIABILITIES Capital stick paid in in cash f Surplus fund 8000 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid tlighest amount of indebtedness of auy s Ider person com any or iim mcludi g iu the liability of hucouiyauy or firm thu liaUllty of the Indvidi al member thereof directly or indirectly if such indebt cdiuss ciceds0 per cant of cap tal stock actually paid in and actu al amount of surplus ot Ite bank NothingHighestany director or officer If amount of such indebtedness exceeds er teat of paIdup capital stock ot bank Nothing Does amount of indebtedness of ary person compa y cr firm including in the liabilitly of the company or the liability of the individual mexbtrs thereof exceed per cent of paid up capital and actual rp lust Amouut oflastdivldend Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring a dividend and was not less than per cent of net profits of before sad dividend was declared Yc ssCotarJo Coffey Cashier of the Bank ot Colum ba shank located aid doing business iu tte town or Columba In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true stat ment of tho condition of aid banknttbeclose of business on tho Slat day cf to the best of hii knowl edge and belief and further says that the bust ness cfsaid bank has been transacted at the o cation named and not elsewhere and tatthe above report is made in compliance with in official ioUcj received fr m the Secretary of State desijuatirg the 31st day of Dec as the day on which such report shall be made Jo Cashier OAKXETTDirector R F Director W W Director Subscribed and sworn to tefcre me by Jo Coffey the 4h day of Jan1902 tOFFEY NP Commission empires J muary A stray hog on my premises gilt marked swallow fork and under bit in each ear Ihc owner will please call for same Has been on my premises three or four months J S fcapp sey Creek Ky FOR SALE Twentythree good mules ready for market Will aver age 15 hands J C HENSON Dul worth Jy Fort SLEI desire to sell prIvate- ly my farm lying near Mt Pleasant one hor e three rows and other stocK a Iln good condition Some corn wheat end hay and all my household gods These sales must be made within the next twenty days We II Cundiff Columbia Ky FOR SALE Four fat hogs one year old weight from 250 to 275 Ibs each J R WADE Watson Ky Adair Cu 6olUmoiaB ROH6f MillE- Rw R r oprlet w r 77L0 o1IumbiaShipStuff buy Wheat anti CPHI and furnish all kinds of Rough Iu5IJrcsSed Lumber Lvs If unri Bedroom SetsBook Cases Bedsteads Tables tc etc call and see me or address oirasColumbia Kentucky HARRY rYlttN ILLS BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYJfB 00 MANUFACTUBEBSAND DEALERS Irk S Newflachinery oz ALL DESCRIPTIONS oncc 1nWorks lIon to 11l51 MalI T lt15 Write for Catalogtiq k 1 ire iri Jrl tejltucai i BLso 1JL JL CiEe I oFIFTH0 N A LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 33 34feacEE S Rafurnshed Redecorated and Ramodel xi A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient Who i sale and Retail fDistricts Churches and Theatres 0 Pike Campbell A O St Clair Asst Mre Go eQeGoGeDeG 00000 o Kentucky Saw Works J B SENIOR Proprietor 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings- Sa Ivs repaired promptly by skilled work men Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this and adjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed HENRY KOEHLERC A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER SCO SASH uisi r BLINDS MOULD JNGSr EEE LUMBER = 12th and Broadway OIL and Kentucky KentqckyEstablished CHAS lBRIDGES cw yBRQGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable Picket TobaegI alQhpU6 INDEPENDENT c K BRIDGES 5tCO PROPRIETORS Cor Eight and Main Streets Four months storage free Louisviell Kentucky t GT BLACKLEY FRANKLIN COUNTY IsIndependent Tobacco Warehouse JBLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietors Auction and Private Sales DailyRETURNS PROMPTLY HADE 1119 to 1125 West Main Street Louisville Ky Four Months Free StorageMark your Hhdff Independent House CORCORAN t DSTPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon f Marble f VIorkST LEBANON KY 3ablujaFlures of apd dealers ip al Jilpds Rt MARBLE ANDG RAN 11 E Et E A i gIiII IIPRISE LOW srpKg QUA NTSEiD Special ttOQtfpp to cppleleryworse Prices Jess ttan ever offered before We art prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundation etc WM F JEFFRIES Local TolnnlIa Ky Actual 5ize of Watches flm6ri6i1 Wt6h6Sl Solid Nickel case and American Stein winder at 2135 Fully var rant1 for ono year I giyep fronts Agent 31J3EEE The smallest for the money and full warranted for one year Just the thing for bnys and girls arid good enough for any man as an ordinary timepiece If the watch does not give satisfaction return it to us by mail 2 coutf audi will send you another In the hundrcdp we have sold not one came back Catalogue of all kinds of Watches andu Jewelry prnt free of charge Established 1872 Reference 3rd National Dank this city ornny business home 1l10OIIMKADET tiO 4J 411iirbtit LtllIl tlilc lieutuckn Ji1F ron i- Nt HT V ra J e j A J CLEThRNCBL SHLEit Ifa d U 0 SPRING IS COMING In avclY short time we will begin to receive ftur PringStock tOtand we want to say rIght here that It willbethe best rir otr Tr 0saw in ColumbiaA closing out andsalestGi Jobbers we bought largely of several lines of goods and while in Novemberrer before oyet a great inariy of these goods are unsold and must besold with in the next thirty days to make room for our Spring Stock In order to clean out this stock we have determined to sell them too Cash Buyers at WholeSale prices AA w is in A A A n n n n n 4 It w w v + vVVi r v PERSONAL MENTION Mr J E Murrell is In Louisville this week Mrs A Hunn has been quite sick for several days Mr E T Willis Cave City is visit ing in Columbia Mr Bartlett traveling salesman was here Sunday Mr W13 Patteson went tp James town yesterday Mr H C Walker Gradyville was in town JastiFrldayjMrs P V Grissom is visiting her sister Inthe country Mr Mc C Gxwjc Campbellsvlllc was Lore last Friday Mr O C Pace Lebanon was in Co lumbia a few days ago Mr W R Myers and son went to- Greensburg last Saturday Miss Llllle Yingling who has been quite sick is some better Mr Lee Scearce Lebanon paid our grocerymen a visit last week Master Jimmie Tutt Mllltown cilf eRat the News ofljce last Friday Ifr Sam Wheat left Tuesday to pnter scbOQl at Bpwling Green Mr T T Tupman Capp Yajley was in Columbia last Saturday Mr J B Coffey Is in Lincoln cpunty tor the purpose of buying horses Mr Jo Strull merchant of Greens burg was in Columbia last Monday Mrs Annie Miller of Lebanon is visiting her cousin Miss Erne Brad sbawG W Thomas of Somerset called upon our merchants the first of the Corinne Jones of Jamestown entered the M F High School Breeding atd Dr G Tr Simpson of Breeding were in town United States Marshal Coleman was in Columbia the first of the week Mr H n Nelson of Russell county is visiting Mr T P Jeffries near Montpelier Mr R G Coffey who has teen in Dallas Tex for the past two years is visiting his parents in Columbia Mr J Smltb merchant at Font Hill and Mr J D Lowe left Columbia Monday morning on a business trip to TSashville Mr Claud Callison returned from Joplin Mo last week He was well pleased with his trip and says his mother and sisters are getting along nicely t In JOTTINGS13E Farmers are breaking corn ground Circuit Court commences next Mon day ead Qusseire lIurreTls ad this 1we l j speaks for itself Fourteen new pupils entered the M F High School last Monday Lee Baker of color killed tw squirrels atone sbot last week Mrs W E Eradshaw entertained few of her friends Tuesday night M C W Bryant bought fifty acres of land from the Burton heirs for 65 The semiannual dividend peeenti1t t Mr Ed ifrcanftanKir Purdy is Ina rfOH bltt r l condition with spinal WmGooden ho W H Iiudsono0acres of land on 0reep 11ver ttOO Mr J W Coffey has accepted apos tion with Mr Dedrlch of Montlcellp Mr Cofitey is a good smith and we pre dIet wllLgive entire BfttlBfactioin to employeradto t itrade JJ Corier Journal and News 150 a pearWheatln the Cane Valley section is looking badly We understand that the Boird of Supervisors laid it on honestly and fearlessly Mr E G Atkins sold his fine Berk shire sow and one pig to R K Young for 81900 The Columbia Mill isnowUndernhw- paa3gemeot Bead the ad in an- thero cplumn Mr A D Pattesons household goods were convoyed to Jamestown last Saturday Eld Trabue Shearer will preach at Hutchison Schoolbouse next Sunday II at oclock Some people are worth more than they think they are The supervisors have actedhCoffey Bros have bought some good horses In Lincoln county They will be in at an early day The hotel at Edmonton caught fife ass Wpdqesjlay and it took heroic efforts to says the buijdjng All parties owing me pptes or acr cpunts are requested to call app settle gt pnce T E PAULL T Students are potjrlng Intq Columbia College There are now over seventy pupils jn attendance and still they come j The Board of Supervisors have not yet completed their work The value of quite a number of farms have been advanced Mr P Y Grissom Is on the road this week for Mr T G Dillon firs Grissom has the elements of a successful drummer The last few days have been brl ones the birds have been making mu sic and the farmers hare started to turn the earth plrIIsonshavc erecting cottages Fott REaTour storehouse in Columbia Ky is for rent Address WILlS Bnos Cave City 1y A very largo crowd will be in tow next Monday the openinof circuit court Dorse and mule buyers will be here Irons various places and the trade will doubtless be lively Mr S Mitchell informs the tbathitt family is perfectly sttitlsi with country life and that his better half has informed Lira that Abe hag inijdp her everlasting removal The entire stock of goods owned d J B Patterson deceased of James town is for sale and thestore room fo rent Address Mrs JB Patterson Jamestown or W O PIIe Columbia All persons who are indebted to the ioteoraccdyntgre settle I need the mo ey 3t W R Qftftsou M D Mr WR Myers tbf present owner 0of the Colombia Mill Company will buy all kinds of lumber including cornapay e highest cash price tf A fair crowdattendeo thesale at the residence of Mr W R TCohoney deceased last Saturday Horses sold at barrdel r prices i t ri t Eld Tobias Huffaker wlll address the citizens of Adair snooty at the conrtrholisaneatl foadaythefirst da SqqjefLiqubr Men Fight if yquowe ugcqmeat Once and fet tie We have sold out and they bus cd All account wi 6obeglcenannFiic T unKss ininii 6 s ilemeut li m id Tlrs is fairwiirliinr twtll CouuxufA MILL oi Y fii f Bargains In Everytliius I have yet for sale an organ sewing machine book case heating stove bed springs table baby carriage rocker 2 lap robes an allwool carpet and several small things TF WALTON Mr C W Bryant of Purdy was in town Monday and inrormed the News man that he had thirtyseven stands of bees and all seemed to be wintering well Mr Bryant is a successful bee man and sells much honey TIe could make the business much more profltI ble if hfa bets could work both day and night while the bloom is op the vine and the honey doT on the leaf He off TS 500 for a stook of bees shin to gather sweetness atnigbt Some experiments have been made in this county so we have heard to produce a bee capable of working at night as well as in the day Mr Bryant is thinking of crossing with the light clog bug to obtain the desired result understand that a citizen of Joppa as experimented on the above line and succeeded to a remarkable degree Reed Miller of this place who ownthe telephone line between Colum bia and Ca pbellsyjUe have plosed a degl with tbp nome Company for a tong distance line between this place pnd Louisville The Home porapany agrees to Ijaye the ponncctlpn in ppera pipn by the flrstof August ThIs line will bej great convenience to the business men throughout this section and Messrs Reed Miller are to be congratulated fqr having secured the arrangementIMr Wl Br Patteson of this place a tine business man perfectly reliable and who has had much cxperienoe in the mercantile trade will go to James do1ceasedwidow of the decedent and she could not have made a better selection than Mr W B Patterson to look after her pnputhim but a short time to build up a large and paying trade Rev T F Walton pastor of the Presbyterian church this city tendered his resignation last Sunday evening to take effect the frat of February Communion services will be held on the fourth Sunday and his farewell ad dress will be delivered at that time Bro Walton has accepted the pastor ate of the church in Cloverport and we trust that he will find his new field morne than four years he has labored in this city and we regret that betas decided to leave our community Rev Shelley Presiding Elder of the Columbia district delivered ills first aydwas the Methodist people have the assur ance that Mr Shelly Is an able minis ter a consecrated Christian gentleman postp lirerefforts Pertinent the home merchant your friendr Dont he give you time until you can sell your products Were you ever beneiltted by trading with peddlers who offer you cheap goods If you made the purchase did it not pro Ie to be the dearest in the cud Is it not the fact when you buy from a home merchant and the goods do not come up to representation that you moneyYourn building up your town aid county and for trade1 that reason should he not have your These are questions that all dealers should give a fair consideration and If tbeiFcustoiDIIJc1c qtf9 I will on Saturday January 18 1902at myole in Columbia claimta m ne J1 Gnii itj Jr 1 Tarter j7irl Last Friday Mr Tom Dillon of Breeding purchased Mr Alvin Mur LiveryStablebia The stable is having a fine run In the way of trade and it is believed that the business will confine to grow Mr Dillon has been a traveling sales man for several years and is popular with all the commercial men Mr Hopewell is known as a firs Mass Hv eryman and will bend his eqergics to increase his widespread popularity The name of the new firm is Hppewell S Pillqp Mr Murray has madp many friends and he retires with the full confidence of hispartner His reason inWestMr W H Hudson Informs us that he will hold a fair beginning Tuesday August the 19th and continues 4 days only The fair last year was a success and there is every reason to believe that it should be this year One thing certain and that is that all the prem ium money will not leave this county If our stock men decide to contest for the money This was true of last year ofmorethe kind CYer geld in Columbia Work n the fair fix your stock and then shire in its pleasures and potjts Fid g T Williams has been chosen by the members of the Christian Church this place as their pastor for the ensuing year Mr Williams thought it would be better for the Church to employ a pastor who could locate In Columbia and so expressed himself The Church however were of a different opinion and Mr Willams will remain upon this work He is lilted by all denominations and in our judgment his congregation has acted wisely Last Friday morning while the ha k CampIof this place an accident occurred but fortunately no one was seriously hurt When near Campbellsville the lines to the team broke giving the horses a quick start The back was upset and as above stated no serious damage was done Mr W A O ffey of this place w nominated by the Republican at Frankfurt fur Assistant Clerk of the Senate Mr Coffey was not in Frank fort and was not a candidate in any sense but like the polished gentleman that he he appreciates the confi dence and esteem in which he is held by his political friends Mr and Mrs James Butler wholly e in the Cane Vallay precinct friendslneighbord o Is cstimatld at one hundred There was music and alt kinds of parlor enjoyable There will be preaching m the fol lowing places next Sunday T F Walton Ebeneezer W S Dudgeon pike Sc dillt use i T Williams j Cpeelsboro w II 0 Sandldge Union T Huffaker Pleasant Hill W P Gordon Cane Valley T LHulse Elroy Buck Burton Pleasant View J R Vanhoy Tabor J F Roach Prices Creek W B Cave Columbia Mr MartinLwho lived lna room of the Page Hotel Cuilcllng Isjio longer a citizen of Columbia Last Thursday morning at about the hour of 2 oclock he loaded his family into a wagon and left It is supposed that hs went either to Lincoln or Pulaski county He failed to settle a number of bills before taking his departure Having decldedtoleave Colpmbii 1 now user foV saWmyeiitlre oe I4 and oj fi consistingroomsetsi Ac Pat ifyou want a bargain A furniture aarpets c good as new I BUV T F WALTOJT We hope the present County Judge will cooJwlVthe cider members of the court aed agree that It is to the inter facesdy vAlwt Wef aid sfeoiW receive r These Lines Consist pi ea r jSiF0vercoats Winter Suits Bed Comforts and Blank aa Iif ets Jlen stiadiesand Childrens Undorwea Hoods Faci natorsReady rondo SKIrts and Undershirts Winter Dross XsiJpxiks Waps Fur Capes Scarfs and lots ofother goods 6 0goodjWelsohave foilUinjjsiof seasonable good If you 0 XFenoecome 0gA AA Russell Murrell Columbia KyaIFouj landtupon which is a good or chard The farm lies near Giidberry Apply Cook Jones Columbia Ky rorjurjlJo Patteson has the highest register up to date There is a good deal of talk just now about coming improvements th i Spring It is Slid that quito a nom ber of newresldenccs iii po up and perhapstwobuslnesshous Mayors of Kentucky towns arc hay g their photpgraphs to appear In the Journal Do you know of anybody that would make a better lookiiig- picture than the Mayor of Columbia The following named gentleman were busy all last week supervising the Assessors book J n Tutt J S Hovloiis James Willis W W Yates and I4D Hurt Mr T R Stults was the clerk Maj Hancock and posse made a raid jn the Eastern portion of the county last Wednesday night but failed to find a still If parties had been oper ating they had left the country carry- Ing the still with them yourIbqtjustgradsoly believed you would Since the mercury left the zero mark there is a slight Inclination on the part of ome of out subscr bets to furnish us wood We have contracts with otocrs for wood and we ask that they furnish the fuel at once Charlie b alvcrtlJead bookkee er for W II Newman Co Whole sale Qroc 5rs Louisville Ky was taken suddenly ill January 4lh and died Of t nsllits on the 9th II worked from the lowest jtq the highes- ositionp in the house i Mr Geo Staples took The oath of office lastSaturdapaadilsaowourtow marshal When in yfgrm and billey in hand he will prove a terror to the evil nan The councllcoul not bar- smadcabetter c scltctld We are ready tOw41k the ctlaUorllcelI I JI Courtbltable and an elegant desk A short time ago he had a book case made for the purpose of holding the large common to his work This furoltu was badjy seeded and was not bought qo County Judye T Murrell has ap oloted the folio Ainir gentleman who will compose the Municipal Board for the town of Columbia during the pres entyearr L B Hurt Chairman JW Coy n F Paull G W Bqbertson and J N CrocrThe latter gentleman was made clerk of the roved ri t4tT Y IIr Will youoilow a lltte girl liko me tp enter your piper fora chat lam a little girt nloeyears llhave been to school fifteen months and study Arithmetic writing Fourth Reader sad Spelllcg UudeJimvTaylor sent u children a nice b x of candy Christmas We ucrealrttletrptiZcltnasClirlsruns t TlieQuarlcply mciiUnirat Pleasant Rrdge will be the thin Saturday and Sunday In this morph YellI will tljjic rue this time Ynur llttlo friend lmiThfBp90ni IOPlant b a burning Is the order of the day t T W DwclJ bod hjs tqbacoo crop sfornrer WO llpnrv Rlji rs Isni the lckll s- tNrsTuFiras iRifroylBg G A7 ktir1ias t odii tliedshl cede ncFlufotbobttccor J Curryaxd tam1lS sieitalw weekis Irc i l i dJ f JA1IESTOWN J W Johnston of Columbia was In town Mst Thursday Mir s ERle F ilkeabiirg Is visiting r6l ativtsat Bdrt MissjSatlle Patterson quite sick at w MbsJwanita Wheat of Denmark visitedfiisSopbtaltinfreplastvreekMr lastsweek Mrs Texas Rowe visited r lati vcs at Denmark last weir A Its Humble of Somerset was In town Friday Mrs iMartha Taylor and daughter Miss Jennie spent last week In town tamllyhavewoved Mr W B Pattfsqn1 of Columbia was here on business last week Mr J T Winfreys new livery sta ble will be completed sjon Hon N H W Aaron and family who have been visiting relatives in Carroll county for two months have returned home The Prayer meetings were largely attended last week and much interest manifested Mr and Sirs J B Bradley enter tained quite a number of thelryoung friends Friday evening All present report a good time VESTEK The health of this community is very good at present Our merchants E W Burton and J W Moore are having a very good trade Misses Bertha and Pearl Breeding returned from quite a visit an extend ed visit near Greensburg last Tues day Miss Cora Reynold will enter school at Glcnnvlllo soon Cora is very ener getic and we commend her to th peopletMr W A Moore is In very feebl health Mr Mace McCaffree has moved to the farm he purchased of J S Breed ing We are to welcome hips in neihborhoodMr whohasbeen mak ing bis home In Dallas Tex is expected home today Mr Irvin Blair gave the young folks a social Wednesday They alt than Mrs Blair for tholr evening spent her home atreMr James Judd entered school at Lexington last week Mr Bryant Is erecting q ter aJmmofilousbulldiogfarPsocertcSang will begin business X00s Messrs Smiley Burton are buying fowisin this vicinltv Mr Frank Shej Uerd l havlog a good fur trade annsslngtor IRVINS TORE We have hid nice weather for week and farmers have begun plowing Died on the 4th Junoi Rjriy ton of IJpeme time ago f c sunpU6 1raj they meet and rest laT ace Mr Jjpbn lira Icy t3 rftn a3rnetKb bor We welgqmo tIm in Ur s as a n quiet git4eni MrCbarleyjCbapaiaa is ibapfcaa pitinvnossum hynterthese parts IIehas alreaip cAughtatbis r tBqd ig ago thHeat thchameo t rPt Bradley us abo totJoveraad ha uo fite origiMliUste He alshtlvredas tietCleltLanslaaedS lItfkk on battle fto11 e Idtar svillereriiablyct- llstly d J n js n cewallillrateTir ert has en UYi fPJ fll er y wMbere- mrYJtr ng tlaep cattle ells We tlii tk Sl SWeinbaujr ItotbcbilD 8 llUle nbaunt MANUFACTURERSh BOOTS AND SHOES t 619 lcdtDaht St Louisville Kentucky WP RoiL Jobn F Neat with OTTER cQ COW- HOLESALE GRpC RSand COMMISSION Nos 214 to 220 Sixth St LonUvillo Kentucky il DO YOU KNOWj That you eau find a nice Watch ora tasty pieceof Jewelry or a nice Dia mona Ring or Broach or Silver Toilet verylowyour watch repaired go to see LEONARD HUBERf JEWELER 712W MarketSt Louisville Ky Newly Furnished AmericinPan ficojPer Day jlie Coalers 3Cotet MEALS 2lic 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE oNIC BOSLER rizr Pumps Hose Belting b PACKING eBOILER TUBES Well Casing Iroh Pipe Goodse 1 for Wt fx Ual and Steam Mill sad Factory Supplies THE ANRENS QTTl MFGCQIN- COUPORATFD 3zaus Stain St OUbvillJ Krntucky GoD126 Second Street Louisville Kentucky Manufacturers s Acetylene Gas Machine for lighting Towns Etcynea t Works fo Joanty Homes GORDON MONTGOMERT Vtfa l1- COLUMBIA KY lOintrgcountlesWXJfflcQ up stairs user PauUtdni stotQ HYJi STOCt MARKET f ircEXt hJI gt BourUa Stock YardsvOATTLS- r Eistr shipping t5 3535 75 Light Shipping1 4 404 85 R Bcsl butchers 375450 J ld4Ti IDOGS jChokp packing and butch 35FklrW1 fcw 586 GOOd QUa light 120 to r i1r186 5 tifMDKPAKD EAKBS Good toutra rahiiii g pt4l ii Vtrl illstogood dfi ft bi r11JIOlt tQ 1necI1utD l OC4 c uo i i 1 rc i l 1 i t WI +s ir i1 0 g t j uri anuounci1 jyStotai tle 5jfiCJattert of i cntijfe j lnitd State including all outlying f pOe5s1ooswaq 842330fi9 In tbe cen sus yea L9pjplThi k liemieiastoft lows Continental United Sates or r United States proper 15994575 heretofore announced Philippines 6961r p 339 being the estimate of the stats 4 tlclan to the Philippine commission oJ Porto Rt 951243 Hawaii 154001 Alaska 3592 Guam 9000 American r Samoa 0100 person in the military r y and naval service of the United States outside of the territory of the United States proper 91210 The report an nounces that the twelfth census only extended to Alaska and Hawaii outside of Contfnental United States bu that the azures for the rest of th United States dosualn are taken from the best available resources These figures are based on the enu 7merattontfJuhe 1 1900 The report f says A- was census of the Phtlippino islands in progress in 1890 when the insur rection broke out and returns for over twr Uf ths of the population were found stored In Manila These were care fully tabulated and the foregoing esti mate is based upon the result The figure for Porto Rico taken from the r census of 1899 uiada by thewardepart ment In cousultitton with tbe census office The figures for Hawaii and Alaska and for persons abroad In the niilltiryaiid naval service ate from the result of the twelfth census Those from Gtnni are an estimate made in a reportnf the war CI1rtmpnta ncllb seII i from American Simoa an reported to tie c nsus olllce by the oractIngscretary of the navy d UniteNh I century was about 84250000 As the P s population of the United Stat at the beginning of the ccntuiy was abo ut five and a third mlliind the nation has grown nearly sixvtcu rod h 100 years There are but three couotries which now have a greater population than the United States viz China the British empire and the Russian empire Cnlna and the UritMi empire have c chof the u jiro ji b lvvoca 350000 nor 40DOJO or together nearly o ehalf of tlij Url pupulitldn of the earth The llu iii cuiptn with about 13100JOOO jl c Iris more than naif as itiiuy u dUi us tin United States and has been increasing the cjnttiryjuitelbsad with greater rjpldi tythiu any o Frjr Eunpiai powjr Its growt1 lite thit of the Unite- Stat s hn taco partly through th nitnril increase of its population and p trtll thr nigh great accessions of tcritory It had about 38800000 pa tpc in 181 and has increased mor thin three Jtnd a half times durin th nineteenth century France including Its dependencies tfourth country of the world In r order of population and has about c4irhrthrej and twothird millions or almost the same number as th U iltc1 State Of these over 25000 00 are Afrcan dependencies nearly 17003000 In Asia and 2000000 in MidnnrascJir These five most populous luutirlcs together include over two third of tho estimated population o tic woKd which is placed by the best r aithirities at between 1500000000 and r Guard Prosperity In the proof offered by the financial c immercial and agricultural statistics for U1 tii it tij people of the United I State are the most prosperous of al tit worlds peoples there is just cause for a profound national thankfulness ioili irice in the future There In reason to doubt the cor redness fir such a showing The tact lit ihu jutnrys surpassing prosperity i freely conceded by other nations l We are envied by all In the exten sion of American trade the develop ing of American industries the inlinstitu ins we set a pace to which not other people have yet attained r The m ist Important teaching found e In these facts Is that of caution The chiefest danger of prosperity Is over confident leading to overtrading inil itlon of valuio and tbe fostering of commercial and financial reckless ness and this means inevltaVo reac Lion and panic 4Letus steer clear of the rocks wbic constitute the leeshore of prospe The time of all ttuies to pity a caret f game Is when luck is clInlpgyonr t way StLouls Republic Archbishop Cbapelle will Instruct students from Rome who will become priests In the Phillippincs It Is the Church slntentlon to replace the friars Snow In the islands with priests edu rated in thte country Jr 3 I J4 Urpifiyhs 5il tratei 4lLoiiiloii Js pa tch pays Capt Guy BiiVrovVi fno iota Jart refit cd rom the empojthe Congo Fee State Government after six years service declared iu an in ierview that conditions in Congo Free State are a disgrace to civilization and for worse than ever befor He pictured atrocities of the most horrible characterperpe tratpd on natives by officials and whites who had the concessions of robber land As a typical instance of the means employed by the Fr eState government Captain Harrows cor roborated the statement of a American missionary to the effe- cthat the officials emyloyed 500 ssnedritanearmed natives who had against their brutal methods I have sworn testimony said Burrows of tbB Belgians handing over natives to cannibal tribes for the express purpose of being eaten Forced labor revaile ev erywhere and shotgun rule is the true description of the pros ant administration The companies deriving wealth from the colI lection of rubber are all more o less State enterprises as a third Qr half tb0 shares in them are in variably held by tbe government Latterly King Leopold and the government have made tome show of action against the agents t agents of pony of the upper Cot go companies but oply minor off cmla are ever touched and the aoI called reforms are merely intend ed to throw dust in the eyes lire public wbos indignation has aroused the stories of the reign of terror While the pre s ant system for the cellection of rubber and the recruitment of na rives continues the Congo JTree State will remain a disgrace to tbe white manta work in Africa FONTHIIiIi People are again down to bus IneB8 Ten young ladies and gentlemen of this community have entered College at LexingtonI Our merchant and Mr John D Lowe of Cola m but are talking of taking a bus nees trip to Nashville in the near Russell Springs Tent No 70 K 0 T M have not yet elect borondn t age They lost all their fixtures and will have to get a new set of books etc Every live member is hust feo boysgPersonality of Gov Shaw The new Secretary of State bas the followingttcord11e Methodist dancingenever liquor nor tasted to belongs to no secret societies He is democratic and it is said treats his servants as his equals lawyerfe from obscurity into politi cal prominence by replying to a ft silver speech by W J Bryan He is fiftyfour very hale and vigor ous He was born in a log cabin in Vcr moot and spent his boyhood qn aVer moot farm 1He earned with his own labor t money that put him through college He says his success in life is due to hard work He always got to his law office at 7 a m and stayed there until 10 lbm He was superintendent of two Sunday Schools for twenty years He has a high forehead thin gray hair a heavy mustache and gray close cropped sido whlskers lie looks in dress like a Methodist minister He announced at a Methodist con ference In Chicago last yearHI am an organization politician A machine politician not as great a nuisance as a fool reformer Politicians predict a lively fight between former Gpv W O Bradley Senator W J Deboe asd CASgt man Vincent Boreisg for the BepaWl can nomlnatioa for Uaited States thatbMr aay effort toJlescu buwanrt Homlse Of 00IIne thisdesIreoB thepart of Mr Bra4 leys 8apporters has cawtd StMter Deboe aad Mr BorelBgr to engage a tarp active caHipalpn for tJeesesstpaype I have two jacks which I will siU or atdx1r75 tI fe rY MONr Erjrl Miss Mary Miller of Glensfork visited Miss Nannie Willis last week Miss Mary WilliamsTind Master Cyrus Williams visited Misses Carrie and PearlBradehaw Sun dayStanley ansl Mrs Albert Epperson has been quite sick for a Yew days Mrs J P Clayton of Creelsbo ro is visiting her parents Dr T J Jones this week Eld Z T Williams filled his appointments at Cane Valley Sat SundaytIMiss is on the sick list 0 G Jeffries is holding tHe yard stick for Wheat Williams this yearMr Albert Epperson the po lite and obligfng clerk who ha beer employed by Wheat Wil lims for the put two years has purchased the J J Epperson furm and removed to it We all very much giving Bert and family up Miss Sallie Conover of Colum thIsIe The socials given by Messrs Me Farland Hurt and Bradshaw were all Jsrgely attended and enjoyed heby sit The matrimonial waya struck us at last and Mr J Hurt and Miss Etha Dudley were among thoflfl who took DfflciatIIMiss Annie Belle Antle comprised part of the cargo Rev Marion Antle officiating HOhool1baNnose and tho outlook for more is good Quite a numbar of boarders are here and there is room schoolthouse thde best teachers jn the State why should children grow up in ignor ance gojjrpe of Happiness Joseph J Wing sayg Happi ness corned from doing things n from having things If happiness could be gained b possession it would seem that many more people ought to b happy but the men who hay most of the worlds goods can tell inlThis is the narrowest kind of happiness that which seeks rpile up and pile up and is ever too busy in piling up to think of properly using but it involves great principle We are on this old globe not to stand still but to keep moving keep doing We must be up and At it to develop our highest usefulness and if we are not willing and anxious to move forward and upward but Instead try to remain stationary we shall move backward and down ward It matters less how far along eeone has gotten than which way he or she is headed Happiness comes from doing things not from having things The worship of money is the de nial of manhood owhen ace amnlate riches Fea even of the more comfort bly oontion dneople have anr adequate conception of the fulness of joy of which life is capable Luxury is as often an injury as a benefitIt our stirred life the mere living that we ought to caltiyate enrich and buIldup as the one great source of happiness and blessedness multiplyinghuman existence by an insane re gard for material wealth The problem that is forced upon every thoughtful soul is how to wordessa too greatly involved in its vulgarity and sordidness Am enlightened man will so ad lirefe to him fc fine art or even religion rPdegshoofc rest mo steep That seass rbeaBattsn It butCHeel It tbowasde of times It wM do lDwhecevectheopportuisttylraodeZry hiFor sale by M Craves I KJELTNER Our sloping school being taught by W P Price hasbeen progressing well Mr Bobt Dohoney has returned from Missouri Mrs Sarah Price who is vlsltingber daughter at Rocky Hill has a serious attack of fever sad has sent for her children to appear at her bedside at once Austin Carr of color has had a stroke of paralysis and Is now lying in a serious condition He is 83 years old and has been able to work and make a good living up to the present time Tbe watch meeting at this place on Tuesday night was well attended and proved to be interesting all present T B Clark has been on the sick list of late T W P reanl his crop of bacco to 1J B Lvcll for 375 We were very sorry to bear of Hub bard S Mitchels store at netwn being consumed by fire Miss Emma Dowell of Liletown was he guest of Mrs O B Finn on the Ut FELIX Chrlsl lJus feuded very dulh bestGcltl enllllQJ11 10 Mart for ffcxas in a or Tllsop is a good bookkeeper and is worthy of a good paying pjsltlon which we believe he will certainly secure H s many friends are sorrily bidding him good bye Mr Joseph Bernard vited Rev John G Stanton Saturday night Mr Thomas Harrison of Esto wa here last week heresone day last week Qbey r port t they have begun to rebuild their store FloydtThos lggns pf gussell Springs is very ili of 3D unknown disease I A Wilson is the agent to san tbe Read Fertilizer in Russell who sold F0r jour tons the first day he opened up sate Messis Simpson Slmttibus urt B Bolin will enter school at the Russell Springs in the near future Mr Cyrus Stag na will enter school at Esto Monday Mr Henry C Wilson is a good sales man Hegildfour tons of Rod Fer tilizer for IA Wilson yesterday R M Wilson ylsjjgd at Jas Bernar- a few days ago Mr Louis Marcum of Jamestown agoAMiss flpra oylass of Russell Springy chardYs HighePostmaster General Smith says this is the happiest time be has known i tour years He Is happy because he is gettlngootpf office and preparing Mrt0Smith has badpleasaotrelstlons while- a member of the Cabinet but like the 8true newspaper man be is press for the old work Then theres the money question Mr Smith lasers rich rnn awl he cannot afford longer to work for Uncle 8am ant 1S than half the salary be can earn in his profession In his tour years service at the head of the Postoce pepartment Mr Smith has steadily grown poorer in money Though every one admits be has made tbe best Postmaster General the country ever had Uncle Sam to lose his services because the salary Is too 181U Many public men believe tbe Urns has come to increase the salaries Cabinet officers to a reasonable figure say 20000 a year It costs a man tom 12000 to 16000 a year to live In WaskingtyQ and keep up an establish ment beetling ahypt mom brof the Cabinet and many Cabinet officers have spent much larger sums It the Government wants firstclass men Jtshould pay firstclass salaries as other employers have to do As it is now no man can afford to accept a Cabinet place unless he has a large independent Income Attorney General GrIggs retired because be could A0t Afford to stay longer It bas cost Secretary Gage ltl to serve the Government five years gecrejLary Root has sacrificed at the late of 850 r 000 a year to make the best Secretary of War the country has seen in a good inane years It is time to increase the salaries which were fixed when the cauotrywassmailandpoorWashingtoo Herald Saymas Saymaajsvegetable herb cure and tabules aWs digestion cares dyspeprla and billions torRidslug gish and laxative liver Scrofula c iamb sick headache fever and agu coHStlpatlpa nervoasoees Jaundice aad all ceoditloos of Impure blood and stomach disorders It joajikes no errors but strikes the foantaialvsad ofali dis tobH1thtlbfor tealiirs tell n aal ibo t xe rcwcflUes AC sl llr HSit C Valley Ky 2 K v i iYI K WomnnISpeaks ito1 Rosa Tyler of Chicago Vice lPretlG6it Illinois Womans Alliance la speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says 11 suffered with a se fee cold this winter which threaten ed to run into pneumonia C tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and medicine upset my stomach A friend advised mete try Chamberlains Cough REmedy and 1 found It was pleasant to take and it relieved me at once lam now en tirely recovered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be without this splendid medicine again Eor sale by MCravens A large number of American em plojes on Merican railroads have been advised to learn Spauish or get out Fells A Deadly Attack My wife was so that good physic laos were unable to help her writes M M Austin of Winchester led 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 II Wilkinson Liberty Agnes Johnson infant daughter QfJIf and Jrs Bee Johnson Danville is probably the smallest human being of hor age in Kentucky She is seven months old weighs seven pounds and was never jll a ojay jn her life At hr fractionsone never and is always in a good humor Clarence FJueies the twelveyear old sag pffhe JleyJ W Hughes principal of Aubury Collage Wilmore shot Millie Grimes fourteenyear old daughter of P L Grimes The girl was crossing the college campus when the boy tod her tp getpg qr Falk fast er She replied that she would not whereupon he drew a twentytwo caliber pistol and tired the ball striking her Waist IpJ rangjng up her armI The Pride of Heroes Many soldiers in the last war wrote to say tbatfor Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sure eet and SUfi Joints Bucklens Arnica Salve is the BurnsdUlcers Skin Eruptions and Iilcs Jtcuresor no pay Only 25c at TE Pauls Columbia and W Iii Wilkinson Liberty Cures Tetter YPHfirbjgfed Saymans Salve and Soap It cured megf tetter qn my hands and withnfur years Resptt0 V Young Richmond Va Get it of rtlett Ileadjuarters for T 11 Saymaij4 Caneyalr ley Ky- Foss SALEI desire to sell private Pleasantnone horse three cows and other stocK all in good condition Some corn wheat and hay and all my household goods These sales must be made within the nef twenty days W ILCundiff t Columbia Ky Foll S4L B Four tat bogs one year old weight from 250 to 2f lbs each J B WuJa Watson Ky Adair Co Fort SALEFlhacres of land orfchardApply to Cook Jones Columbia Ky Astray hog on my premises gilt marked swallow fork and under bit in each ear The owner will please call for same Has been on my premises thqyjjj Jolly months J S Sapp sey Creek gy V In a review of the financial sltua tlou ton tbe past year Philip King dwells particularly upon the great profperity of the iron steel and foal industries During the present quar ter be says the United States Steel Corporation is earning about 12000 000 a month The Panama Canal Company is said to be wiling to se y rights tot e Haired Statesfi9vern entf or f10J9 000 Another representative of 1company is coming to America FOR SALETwentythree gopd mules ready for market Will aver see JSbands f 1 cH sol DI1wortbtKy At ChattanoBga Tenn Ferdi nand Qreenlee was fatally shot whilejjittempting to rob the saloon of Jo oetell who was sleeping in theeMr4LCarnegie has announced his rNdilitogivQ lOi00000 i caefrorfnJerest bearing hot dd t hlgherre purposes ug Jj 1JJt St Woodson Lewis Bro r Greensburg Kentucky Have just received three car loads o Bug gies Carriages and Farm Wagons 100J Barrels 7 bushel Salt Ten car loads Fertilizer gaudGenerallow any compeditpp UsSEHjIl S R osf1 TE KIA1BLE KY u publlp iicatss Harness alldSadd1CSS Rem mQer eepa good of good Ito of Saddles Bridles ana Harness you be suited my ready made lino am make oxactly what you want sell the FISHER BUGGY months have nice line buggy robes whips etcJ W JHOKTVmiS Columbia YETINEM SDRGE0N rlstulo Pollevil Spin Spavin ossvrorcdpne aUalr prices UARM TEE ATlFACrION tajce ptacia D ORENSIIAW i4mtle aa ntli ois litn PARSON MOSS CO QOUJJ ir 1UCKY We prepared to any kind work in our line first class order We have been in tbe business for 25 years and know how to work Our prices low and terms reasonable any firstclass mechanics We will produceiuscall Shop near Columbia Mill LOUISVILLE HENDERSON 6 4T h9Yl f DOUBLE DAILY TRA1HS Yir7AY- sviUe artl Sf sQi3is Tarlor Cars Bey Train run Balfst Super Night Trains wrracs further tarot nation addle AItCfUISV LLJ fly fs now opep for tip travel the year rpjund It Is large commodious hufld ing the picture and is run grstclags eypry particular YAUGHAN URAHAM Prop q that I atppk k Handmade If cant in I prepared to warranted for 12 I of Kentucky ts I or any I am Oxe to care of S i 11 t l are do of in do are as as as Co P tOtB on a en tnl L J IfWINc p T e a as ie I a e6JONB9 P9LPMBIA KENTJJCKf THEabove et led firm Blacksmiths and Woodworker and are prepared to do any kind pf word needed in this sectjpn fVThis shop the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Givo them a call whon in need of work jn their lines JLyr LebanonSteamLanndry LEBANON KY 0THOEOUGHLr equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and dCing as high grade work as can be turns out any place In the country Patronise a borne institution Work of Adair colcltte4tW 60 Pro REED AlILER Agents Columbia Kentucky HOUSfiWOBK much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night la often too trying for even a strong oinan A haggard face tells the story of tIle overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leacorrhoca and falling of tho womb result from overwork remedyto organsin IIEOf ARDUI is doing this for thousands pf American women today Itcured 1 Mrs Jones and that is jyhy shp writes this franc legjey r Feb10sasiIishclpfa ran J fpolingbetyeta BT Mowas a d Iose Mt tired That Shows that Wise U aehrarthantakiswinshaynowrdenetabinkofrr1ndowathraaglt s 8iee AT DRCGCISTS rat wi sad ttbe ICaXcdl f t y KtatlilNyAIAUiPC