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I THE APAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 5 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29 1902 NUMBER 12 COURT DIRECTORY OiBCUlTCocRT Three sesiions a yearThird- MoadaytnJaoary third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JnJse W W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney NH WAaron SheriffF W Mllltr Olerk JnoBCo3cy CjuziTV CconrFiMt ilonjlayin eachmonth JtdgcT JIurrel County AtturllyJal GfrnettJr OlcrkTlt Sults JailerJ K P Cocovcr XsseieorE W Burton SurTCyor RT McCaffrec School Sapt1V Jones CoronerC Kit set Ketfnarcourt second Monday In ach month idge JW Atkins ornoy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STBBEIRCV T F Walton pastor Services tecond and fourthHundayi- n each month Sundaytchool aU a m evel Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayi chool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST STBSBTBCT W B nstor Serricei third Sunday ineach month andayaohol every Sabbath at a m Prayer Sleeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Pin Bid Z T WlllJami Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGESI CotCMBiAIODaBNo96 F and AMEegn- ar meeting in their hanover bank on Fri day nlghton or before the full moon in each month Jas Garnett Jr WM Secy B A M No meets Friday night aHerfullmoon Ja U P W W Secretary BRUNERCOWHOLESALE DEALERSiiIWe charge no commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to takeyourordersfor Hydraulic Ramsto- ithtowwater from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps ofany kind cheaper than ever Write tome atColumbia for estimates- or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD 1 THE THREE TCITIES SHOE STORE DEALERS IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes I O- hulL New Designs r Perfect Fitting Modern Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue F LOUISVILLE KY s GM WISEMAN SON of GoIJEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine linoof Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond NallPPumps Hose Beltino PACKING IBOILER TUBES 4Well Casing Iron Pipe General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies COtlINCORPORATPD 325329 Main SL Louisville Kentucky Headache and dizziness are qtrcto cured by Morleys Little Liver Pills far Bilious People They arouse theTorpid f vef work off tlio BILE sad Cal OoaatipaUon One a dose Soli by I ait IN MEMOBIUM The following letter of condo lence was received too late for our last issueED- I received the sad message yes terday of Uncle Creels death and very sorry indeed that circumstan ces were such that I could not at teud the fuueral w hen I say he was the best man I ever knew thu assertion may seem to the readers a very broad one yet if they will go to the Gradyvillo vicinity the people rich and poor black and whltn will bear out my statement I have known him for 50 years and more and I have never known a time when he was not ready to divide with any one what he had or to go on missions for his fel low man or to pray unto his God anyrbody who asked the favor He never knew how to say no At one time he possessed several thousand dollars but on account of his kindness tJ every body and his indulgence to his own family he died a poor man so far as this world goes but thank God that is not very far and in the true sense he was a very rich man rich beyond measure If there are elevated seats in heaven and there is one seat just a little high er than any other uncle Creel Yates will be on the top round wearing a shining crown He was one of the few men in Kentucky who lived more than his threescore and ten who never knew the taste of liquor He was the only man I ever knew who always did unto others as he would have them do unto him Hfs great Christian character was al ways most prominent in his afflic tions and misfortunes being at himself conservative and level headed with presence of mind to think before speaking or acting and when he took a stand for the right all the powers upon earth could not move him from his con victionsThe of Adair county will miss him as a fairminded juror his own neighborhood will miss him and his example his Church and Association will miss his work and influence his children will miss his love and protection every day and hour No man ever lived who was more faithful to his wife and children nor who made anymore sacrifices for their pleas ure Me thinks today that sure ly his memory and his example will live in Adair county forages I have often wondered why there wore not more men like uncle Creel but pardon me for saying so much about his personal char acter I will say no more yet I know of whom I writeJ Co YATES KENDALL Cumberland river istoo low for steamersMr Vaughan and wife of Beaver Creek are vising at this place J M Lester is having ice put up this week Mr J G Warriner and family will remove to Lincoln county in the near future Mr Frank Snow was in our midst this week Mrs Maud McClure who has been visiting her parents in Hli noie has returned home Mrs Josie Blankenship and Miss Myrtle Wooldrige are visiting friends and relatives at Rowena Miss Hettie Grider of Calina Tenn is visiting her uncle L M Ltii ler and family this week Messrs James McClure and Ben jamin have returned from Lincoln countyIMr Robert Ham of Garrird county who has been visiting his sister Mrs Lou Jones has returned home Miss Florence Wooldridge en tertained a number of herfriends musicfandenjoy the occasion Mies Haidee Rowe of James town is visiting her friends in this neighborhood hgds a near Mpreland Station Lincoln county and will remove his fami ly to it about March let Onr loss will be Lincolns gain We are very much oblige for the above letter and would be glad if the correspondent would write oftenED FROM NEBRASKA iK J POWELL NEIJ JaM l8 1902 Editor of huts Ypu wil1l asefiucllJclJsd to apply on my subscription I thought I would write from this part of Gods vineyard think iug some of your man readers might be interested in seeing a few line from pre This is a scud farming country and also a stock country We were out very short on a corn crop last year but the wheat crop was fairly goodfrom15 to 85 bush els per acre and a spendid quality Corn is very scarce and high It is worth 60 to 70 cents per bushel A great deal of stock has been shipped out of this country since last Summer on account of the drouth The people will bo hard np here until we get another crop There have been great changes here since I came in 187G Land was worth then 250 to 1000 per acre now it is worth from 1000 to 4000 per acre We have a good class of citizens here they are from almost all parts of the worldVie have good schools and churches of all denominations that is a few of the good things that we are blessed with Now I will give you a few of the drawbacks as all sections have theirgood and bad qualities We some times have very hot and dry weather and some times it gets very cold with high winds We also have a few cycles and Repub licans but as I said before all sec tions have their drawbacks Wo have aefood water here as arty man ciJuloTwish This has been the finest winter weather I ever saw There were ti few days of cold weather in De cember but did not last long There has been verylittle snow this winter but there is plenty time yet for cold weather Powell is a small town 1G3 miles wept of St Joseph Mo on the St Jo and Grand Island R R Yours for success JH GMSSOM KELTNER Fair weather and prepartlons for 1002 crop has begun John B Price and GeoT Rodgers were the gnests of Mr andMrs M B Clark Sunday Born to the wife of 0 G McMahan onthe 17th aglrl John W Finn has been oi the sick listThos histDemocrat boy Rollin Garnett reserv log the right to change his name if the parties for whom he was named ever changed their politics Thequarterly meeting at tbls place was largely attended Bro Shelley preached two excellent sermons and the people are well pleased with him On the 14th the death Angel visited the home of Mrs Ermine lodgers and claimed for its victim her yonngest son Henry His funeral was preached by Rev T L Hulse and the inter ment was at PIcketts chapel cemete rYeWe extendour deepest sympatny to the bereaved family A series of meeting is being held at Picketts chapel conducted by Rev Harwood E B Dohoney made ahariness trip toNell one day last weep f A PlY minent Chicago Woman SpoakP jLiGf Eoxa Tyler of Chicago Vicer Preside Jtlllinols Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I suffered with a se vee cold this winter which threatens cd to run into pneumonia I tried different remedied but I seemed to grow worse and medICneulIMt my stomach A friend advised iDetoflri itberlalusCulighItewtedy and I found it was pleasant to take and It relieved me atonce I am now en tirelyrecovered saved a doctors bill time sad sufferiog and I will never to tYithoutthisspleadldRi4elaeagltlnPot OLD MISTRESS GRIMES Yes Grimes is dead that good old man We never shall see him morel Nor shall we see that old blue coat All buttoned down before But who laments old Mistress Grimes WIlt was to him so kind And UMd to wear an old blue dress A uttoncd up behind Weve often beard his praises sung- Rut during all your life ilav you heard Saintor s1n irslug Suchprascs to hlswlfe J Then would it not be just to write Upon hls epitaph That Grimes was good like all good men With a good betterhalf Forslnce by tinning Satan did Our parent pair deceive Theyve tried to cancel Adams sin By charging it to Eve While many still the wrong pursue Like those of former times Theyd steal the praise to others due And sing it Ull to Grimes J Ti JONES Montpelicr Ivy Kentucky Legislature By a vote of 70tp pr then p bllans refusing to vote the House adopted the Weatherford resolution commending Schley and condemning the majori ty verdict of tne naval Court of InquiryA has been Introduced providing that the Seventh Congiessional district shall be composed of the counties of Boone Campbell Gallatin Grant Harrison Kenton Owen and Scott President Utley of the Senate an nounced the Democratic Steering Committee of that body for the session as follows J Campbell Cantrlll chairman George W Hickman Geo T Farris W O Coleman and Presi dent Utley A bill has been introduced in the Senate which provides that all banks shall have returned to them by the State all money collected between 1893 and 1893 in excess of the requirements of the Hewitt law which required of banks a tax of 75 per cent for the State alone relieving thorn of all other ob ligatians A bill has been introduced looking to the erection of a new Capitol It pro ides for a commission of seven mem bers to be appointed by the Governor with the Auditor and Treasurer as ex ofllclo members the Governor to have the power of removal for cause the money to be raised by a special annual State tax of two and one half cents on the one hundred dollars valuation for sfx years provided however that said tax shall close when it shall no longer be necessary 10000 tote paid at once out ol the State Treasury for the pur pose of enabling the commlsssoners to proceed with the work The Board of State House Commissioners is empow ered and authorized adopt such plans and specifications as it may deem best No limit is placed on the cost of the building except that it shall not ex coed the amount of the special tax of two and onehalfcents on the one nun dred dollars for six years It is esti mated that about 1000000 will be the amount needed for the work Notice to thePublic Why not live and enjoy good health Dont let prejudice keepyou from get ting well when I have the remedies that will cure you Bartletts Chat ling tonic bitters are the best on earth and are a sure cure for the sufferer Women will find in them the greatest blessing ever placed in their reach With their use stfentgh and ambition will return a healthy glow will bright enjthe complexion the unfeebled constitution will change to one of stout and robust form and the ready glow of perfect health will appear where ills ease once was The great virtue and merit of this wonderful remedy are being heralded jn the strongest lan guage by all those using them as they are worth their weight In gold They will restore and preserve the human health If you are feeling miserlible dont wait until you are down sick but use thetonic today Hundreds jof peo ple are going about witlj a disorders stomach liver or kidney or a dry hwklpg cough with one foot In the grave when a bottle ef Bartlett Challenge Tonic Bitters would do theta snore gQod then all the exp a divedoctors they havee ever tried Be Biiber Bar tletts ibballeage Tunlc Bitters aretbe best o the World Prepared by A T Bartlett Cue Valley Ky j i STATE NEWS In a difficulty at High Bridge Ma- rIon Stratum shot and killed Lee Parker and wounded Geo Prewitt in the handJoseph Moore of Lewis county while cutting timber was ciugbt un der a falling tree and sObadly crushed that his recovery is Impossible The City Council at Winchester has passedan ordinance exempting from city tax s fur five years any manufac tory that will in good faith locate in that city Wood G Dnnlap of Lexington will go before the Ohio Legislature to so licit money to enable Caleb Powers to appealfrom his second conviction Henry Renol a farmer of Daviess county aged 50 years was thrown from a wagon by a runaway team and instantly killed His neck was broken Andrew Carnegie offers to give Louisville 250000 for a library on con dition that a site shall be furnished for same and the city glve25000a year tS support it While in a state of temporary Insanity Lydia Walker an eighteenyear old girl of Richmond poured coal oil on herself and set lire to her clothing and was burned to death Stephen G Fields aged fourteen died at Livermore McLean county as the result of injuries received while attending College at Jasper Ind a sprained ankle developed into a com placation of diseases The Court of Appeals holds that while a physician may sell drugs to his patients he cannot practice pharma cy for the general public unless he is a regular qualified pharmacist holding the certificate required bylaw Mr French Abbott of Paris a traveling salesman was found In his room at a Somerset hotel in an uncon scious condition He died soon after His death was due to heart dsease The remains were taken to Paris for burialIn Federal Court at Louisville J M Me Knight former president of the defunct German National Bank of that city who was convicted of em bezzling the banks funds was sea tenced to the penitentiary at Nash ville Tenn for six years and fined Sit A motion for a new trial was overrul ed The case will be appealed Mc Knight has been tried four times A mob made an attempt to lynch Chas Gaskins a negro confined in the Flemingsburg jail who was on trial for killing James Byan a white map a year ago The mob was tIred on by some one across the street and several members of it were sprinkled witb bird shot The mob then rapidly dis persed On application of the Sheriff and the Circuit Court of Fleming Gov Beck 1am ordered the Frankfort company and the Lexington Galling gun squad to Fiemlngsburg Gaskins was convicted and sent to the peniten tiary for 21 years He was taken to Frankfort under the escort of the mil itaryH M Dayiess a merchant of Har rodsburg was arrainged before Hon Calvin M Fackler United States Commissioner of Danville charged with sending a postal card to a firm of Louisville wholesale carpet dealers on which was written Are you fakers Daviess had bought a bill of goods from the firm and through some mis takeof the baokkeepsr he had been dunned five times alter the bill had been paid Daviess was held over m the sum of 8203 to ba tried before Judge Cochran of the Federal Court The Secret of Long Life Consists in keeping all the main gans of the body In healthy regular ac tion and in quickly destroying deadly disease germs Electric bitters regu late stomach liver and kidneys purl fy the blood and give a splendid appe tite They work wonders in curing kidney troubles female complaints nervous diseases constipation dyspep- siaand malaria Vigorous health and strength always follow their use Only 50c guarntced by Paul of Columbia and W Ili Wilkinson of Liberty Wm Ehnis a Brooklyn N Vi Placeman shot and killed hid wife and her mother Mrs Magee and then es caged Sore and swollen sbrrpShOot ing pelnstorteringmu5clee no rest misteep That means rheumatism It to a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlains alaBfRl has conquer edit tbotMaods of times It will do so wbeaever the opportunity S offered Try it Oea application relieves the ptta Porstleby MCraYW 7 0 0+ 0 44 0 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 Per Year yi + +4 0 + NNN 00 it YearC THE COURIERJOURNAL i 1e o i I NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL s s I = X150 I ER YEAR 1 L + 5 o Subscribe ano hecpppotco on tbc current b Zoworh e 0 041 00 00000006000 OON000900000NNOONOOOH 00 000000 00000090000000004 00 0000 OOONN ONNNOei ijffne i afIo f 1g J I 0 r iWhen you to Louisvllfe order Iei your suit at J i o i e EGGERS I I I I Ebe aaitdr iI 2 i r 220 W Market Street Bet 2 and 3rdI 1ei i Louisville Ky e i 00 0 ON 00 0 0000000000P0 ON000000 Oi 000000000c4OOG 0 Stoves and RangesI For good grade of sheet iron stoves stove pipe elbows and dampers call on me COOK STOVES Sold withor without vessels extra low Come and get my prices before buying L V Hall Ky ColumbIaSaddles Harness and Remember that I keep a good stock of good stock of Handmade Saddles Bridles and Harness If you cant bp suited in my ready made line I am prepared to make exactly what you want I soIl the FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months I have a nice hue of b uggyIrobes whips etc J W jtCIM7 N Columbia Kentucky HARRY B PYNE W ILLS BRENTLINGER HAKRY B PTNB CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Second rfan and New Machinery OS ALL DESCRIPTIONS Officeand Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue itC Louisville 7 Kentucky Empire Corn prillfl BETTER ONE IS NOT MODE r rI Empire Fertilizer Corn Drill With Shoe i Frames well braced rigid and strong All metil except the handles Built for business and satisfies every time iVith orwith out Fertii ijwr Attachment We also keep Field Se iBuggies Har verybeetW F JrF r SON Columbia J X ltttbkyf n rHR llMll GOUNTYNEWS Published Every Wednesday BY TOg ftdairSountyNewsSo INCORPORATED CHAtt H HARWB Edtter Democratic newip per devoted to thclnte eats of the city of Columbia and the people of Adalrand adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poatolllce u second elan mail matter SVRSCJUPT N RATES ttoONE tUX UONTHS500BTRWrLYIN WEDNESDAY JAN 29 Chicago went wild over Admiral Sohleywhen entered the city last Friday Twentyone men were killed and eight badly injured in a mine exploson at Lost Creek la last Friday A bill has passed the Senate in trodnced by M r Cantrell of Scott prohibiting the use of Paris J green on tobacco The Legislature in forming sen atorial districts left Adair in a helpless condition from a Democratic standpoint The Chicago Democratic March ing Club will visit Louisville February 15 All the Clubs in the city are making preparations to entertain them The Democratic members of Congress in a caucus meeting parsed a resolution favoring the Il mission to statehood Arizona Aklahoma and New Mexico The work of redistricting the Senatorial districts was finished last Friday night The report makes a district of the counties of Adair Casey Cumberland Mon roe and Russellpopulation 01 104 The Senate Judiciary Commit tee has reported favorably upon Mr Farris bill providing for a vote on a constitutional amend ment reviving the viva voce voting We trust that the people of Kentucky will be given an oppor tunity to vote upon this proposition The Eighth Congressional Dis trIct Teachers Association will beheld in Harrodsburg April 11 and 12 Prof M 0 Winfrey of Stan ford is Secretary and Treasury of the Association Such meetings will result in good as well as pleasure The most talented and able teachers of the district will be present and doubtless many from the outside ill some wise and discreet per son tell us the real difference be tween a limited Monarchy and an unlimited Republic between the government of England and that of our own beloved laud Eng land has her colonies We have ours They both administer col lonial government not for the best interest of the colonies but for the interest of the general gov ernment A delegation of Kentucky neg roes is in Washington to present their claims to the President for a division of the Federal patronago in the State The Republican party has received their loyal and undevided support since the war and now they ask a part of the pie If this request is granted a vigorous kick will come up from the white Republican applicants and if they are turned down some trouble may follow The bill repealing the double li ability clauseof corporations was passed by the Kentucky Senate last Friday by a vote of 26 to 2 It will be reported to the House and will doubtless pass that body and become a law in a few days We believe this to be a step tend iDg to invite capital into ourstate for development of her great re sources and if is a section in all the country that should solicit and encourage legitimate development it is Kentucky We do not believe in giving corporations more priviligcB than individuals buta friendly and fair treatment tq both tends to inereaae oar wealth axe pand oar trade and better the con ditions of alt The editor of the BnrksvilU Herald Pay that The Aduir Coun ty News admits that it can not furnish a copy of The Herald con taing an editorial previously npI pouring in The News We admit nothing of the kind ifand the Herald man would like to see the ar tidies in question side by side he has only to intimate We will even be more generous If he will spare his picture from his own pa per and will mail if to UP we will take pleasure in publishing it over the article he sent out as his ori ginal production It is a band some picture and would doubtless interest some of the artists at the College The Republican party is haVIng some trouble in fixing commercial relations with Cuba The late President McKinley favored reciprocity with that infant Republic A large number of Congressmen are inclined to reciprosity but the sugar and tobacco industries are making a fight before the Ways and Means Committee to prevent concession on these arti cles The probability is that the sugar kings and tobacco people will beat Cuba out of her fond de sires and make the American con sumer sweeten coffee with trust sugar as they are now doing The Government is a strong institu tion but the trusts seem to be stronger There is not likely to be any material chanhee in redistricting the Congressional districts of this State Adair county will proba bly be put in the Third district and Muhlenburg county will be given to the Second This will be good enough for the Democrats of this county so far as it goes We are willing to be a part of the Third or Fourth and when mated with Democratic counties and in a Democratic district we will shake off the lethargy and indifer ence that overpowering majorities have brought about while sojourning in the Gibralter of Republicanism Put us in the Third and we will be contented happy and aggressive The Second can handle Mublertbnrg and the Third makes a good deal in getting Adair for Muhlenburg and the Republi cans will still own and control the Eleventh In order to aid local option counties in stamping out whisky State Senator Farris has intro duced a bill in the Legislature from which we take the following extracts Any person who know ingly furnishes or rents a house room wagon or any conveyance or thing in which spirituous vinous or malt liquors are sold bar tered or loaned in violation of this act shall upon conviction there of be fined not less than sixty nor more than one hundred dollars and the house wagon vehicle land or other thing in which the liquors were sold bartered or loan ed shall be liable for all fines ad judged against the person selling bartering or loaning same uAll the shipments of spirituous vinous or malt liquors to be paid for on delivery commonly called C 0 D shipments into any county city town district or pre cinct where said act is in force shall be unlawful and shall be deemed sales of such liquors at the place where the money is paid or the goods are delivered the car rier and his agents selling or de living such goods shall be liable jointly with the vendor therefor From South Africa comes the news of the capture of several yea men in His Majestys service The same dispatch states that Gen Scheepers a brave Boer general was executed by the British He was captured in October while wounded and was kept at the Brit ish camp until he was fully recov ered and then executed like a common felon Notice the differ encein the methods of the two ar mies If the Boers executed a British officer we would hear all kinds of talk about guerrilla warfare But as it is our English eowunfl no complaint is made and we are preparing to send emissaries to witness the coronation of the king of tEuga ud who is re sponsible for the atrocity Chi riese statesmen may well declare that Christianity a failure The barbarians of old could not guilty of greater crimes than the English have committed in South Africa and the rest of the Chris bian world gives assent to out rafep by their silence Aud in the 4 midst of it all w nrn supposed to officially ooigrai alute thw English people on thM arcnmion to the throne of a man who claims the sceptre on the s1Jcient and obselete claim of the divine right of kings LEST WE FORGET Paducah Newa Democrat People are prone to forget It las now been nearly two years since Goebel was shot down by an assassin while he was peacefully conducting a contest fjr an office to which the highest judicial authorities of the state and nation nave declared he was fairly elect edshot down at the instance of one who backed his brief authori ty up by armed force and who loped to profit by the death of the contestant for the office he was usurping This story has been re peated over and oyer again and substantiated in various ways and yet the awfulness of the conspiru cy which brought about the death of Gov Goebel sometimes fades from the public memory That not one but many lives were aim ed at public servants in the peaceful discharge of their sworn duties by the Republican con spirators has been shown conck sively butUlest we forget it is well again to show the almost in conceivable iniquity of the damnable plot In his testimony in the Howard case Monday last W H Culton in answer to questions bj Mr Campbell gave the following testimonyWhat were you to do in the lobby of the house of represents tivesWe were just told to go there- By whom UBy W S Taylor Tell the jury what you were to do with the men uWe were to be there if trouble aroseIs that all UVe were to fight uDid you give badges to the Re publican member- did- uWhat for So we could tell them from the DemocratsWhy you want to be able to tell them from Democrats- If trouble came up we did not want to hurt our own men How were you to hurt them Well we were to shoot Werent you toshoot first uYes sir We were to kill the DemocratsWho you to kill the Dem ooratsWell I talked it over with GovTaylorWhat he say He said to kill Senator Hick man chairman of the contest committee Speaker Triruble and Campbell Cantrell Were they the only ones They were the only ones in the house that I can remember other men were looking after the sen ate The advocates of the Graded School in Stanford have tie assur ance that they are acting under the provisions of law since the Court of Appeals decided on the 16th favorable to the school The school has been in operation since September and has an attendance of two hundredand fortyfive We are informed that this decision has given quite a stimulus to that thrifty little city and that many ountrypeople are seeking to move Into the cqrp rate limits to become the beneficiaries of the school Theres one thing certain and that is that a graded school bus never checked the growthof any town FROM ALABAMA LIVINGSTON ALA Jan 18 1902 Editor News Your paper makes its weekly visit to our home and is indeed quite a wel come guest My papaSamTurk was born in Adair county in 1841 He left Columbia when the civil war broke out and joined the Southern army Our county is in the southwestern part of the state and Joins Mississippi Area of same Is thirty by seventy mllesa large portion of it is prarie and is very fine corn land ItSumterI- s out of debt and now has funds on hands to the amount of about 75000 There are some very fine sawmills in iumter one within four miles of our home which saws 100000 feet of lumber day and they have about thirty plies of R R connecting the A G S am the youngest of ten children am fourteen years old I have baIt a doz en sisters and half as many brothers MaleIgoing to visit all my kin folks up there mylaunt Elizabeth Robertson my love sendtheEARLISUC BROOKS TURK r tiJiel III BELLS iIEL II7th and Market Eugene Bell Manager Louisville Ky 0 E 00openedformerly the Phoenix will have an annex and wing with frontage at 226 228 and 230 7th street where the entrance SMI office and lobby will be located and will be conducted on both American and European Plano American plan 8100 per day up European plan 50c per day up I11flood Order and Polite Treatment Guaranteed8 lm rv in irx m- JWAIT FOR THE NEW JEW STORE JO STRULL Proprietor x 0I have rented the business house ofN M Tutt South Corner Public Square Columbia HYand will open a general line of merchandise the 15th of March Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods I want all kinds of Country Produce for which I will pay the highest price Jo Stall r r Columbia KyI TRAINO ANTONINI Q HEIMERDINGER D TRAINO COWHOLESALE PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 154 EAST JEFFERSON STREE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consignments Solicited Reference Mercantile Agencies German Bank and Trade Generally Send your Country Produce to this Responsible Reliable and Promt House Our motto Is to make Prompt Returns We do not aim to get your shipments by quoting you high market yrices but it is our aim to get the highest prices possible and send you square and honest returns promptly Look us up and enquire about us before making us any shipment Louisville Seed Co 9 Wholesale Dealersin High Grade Field Seeds 232 and 234 Second Street Louisville Ky Newly Furnished American Plan 100 Per Day NIG Boslers Hotel MEflLS 25c NIG BOSLER Manafler Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West Market Street ouisville 0 0 0 LentiicKy HARRY B PYNE W ILLS 1RENTLINGER HARRY B PTNB CO J MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Second 4iand and New OE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to Mils W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville Kentucky B611Shcbanon Ky Frank BelL Proprietor EirMeals served at all hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell is the successor of James Bell Wiliore Hotel W M WHiMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky ITHERB is better place to stop than at the abored named hotel Good sample roosts and a Irstclasss table Rats very reasonable Bead stable attached i riachinery Beat Out of an Increase of H Pension- A Mexican war veteran and prom- Inent editor writes Seeing the ertlsement of ChamberlalndColfc Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I a reminded that as a soldier in Mexic- In 47 and 481 contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has keptm from getting an increase on my pe sion for on every renewal a dose re stores me1 It is unequalledas a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleas ant and safe to take Forsake by M Cravens ytwIyTandaW AffleriaaPte 1 Per lky icL18 f HEALS Xc 523W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NC 0LER nr I o Ii FIFTH H teNUE 3S6S0333 HOTEL iOET J2 VALfiUT STREETS e tLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0 C 533Eg Bafurnslied Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hovel at Popular Pries Convenient to Wholesale and Retailjv e Districts Churches and Theatres 3 Pike Campbell A O St Clail Asst Mgr 4 e o eo Q ooseeeoeoo KntuokySWWrkJ 925 W Main St Louisville Ky Belting Emery Wheels Logging Tools Pulleys Shafting and Hangers Factory and Mill Supplies Pipes and Fittings Saws repaired promptly by skilled work men Long Distance Phone 502 We solicit correspondence from mill operators in this andadjoining counties Satisfaction guaranteed HENRY KOEHLER C A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER CO 533 IEF DOORS rSASH 593cEEE EEEi MOULD EEE EEE LVMBERr 12th and Broadway Oth and Kentucky Louisville Kentucky Established 1827 CHAS BRIDGES W BRIDGES Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable eket Tobaeeo Na e Q se INDEPENDENT C K BRIDGES SfcCO PROPRIETORS Cor Eight Main Streets Four storage free Louisviell Kentucky T BLACKLEY f1G FKANKLIN COUNTY BLINDS INtIS and months D HURSTI Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST CO Proprietors Auction and Private Sales IDailvRETURNS PROMPTLY HADE 1119 to 1125 West Main Street Louisville Ky Four Months Free StorageMark your Hhds Independent House CRCRAN DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble So Works 1 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and nr dealers In all kinds of IMARBLE j 3 A G S 1IM IIYRIQE3 LOW WORK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WM Fi JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky MilLmoWB MYERS Proprietor 0 Conllimbia rolls brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber llrllillrcDendrtmGfl 18If you need Bedroom Sets Book Oases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address 1M MYERS GoIllmMa Koatu6kti PERSONAL MENTION Mr Basil Chai uan GheatoIktv as here Sunday Rev T F Walton was in Dauvllli last Tbursday Mr W R Lyon Campbellsville was here Saturday Mr W A Brooks Cincinnati visiting bere Sunday Mr D M Williams Campbellsvllh came In a few days ago Mr Lee A Scearce of Lebanon was in town a few days ago Mr L L Eub ink wa oa the sick slist several days last week Mr W N Robinson one of our old est citizens is not so well Mr J W Cook Louisville was In Columbia one day last week Mr W C Cessne Hodgensvllle spent last Sunday in Columbia Rev TF Walton and family will leave for Clover port In a few days Dr C D Moore was mixing with his friends here one day last week Dr OM Kelsey Elkhorn was In Adair professionally lastweek Mr3JCronch Ruleville Miss was here the latter part of last week Mr John Rule and daughter Miss Laura of Purdy were In town Satur day Messrs R P Breeding and G W Dillon Breeding were in this city last W B Patterson and her little son left for Jamestown the first of tiie j week Uncle Billy Waggener who lain his 90th year is very feeble at this Corda Williams Campbellr ville is visiting her aunt Mrs Win Linley Dr TJ Montgomery Louisville is visiting his brother Mr J F Mont gomery Mr John F Shaw a popular sales man Carthage Tenn was in Columbia Sunday Mr Z M Staples will spend a few days in Paducah on a visit leaving here Thursday Squire J M Mitchell who lives near Greensburg was in town several days of last week Mr B T Neat of Neatsburg was in Columbia Saturday and dropped a dollar into our pocket Mrs T S Scott of Burksville who visited relatives in Adair county has returned to her home Mrs Luther Wilmore who lives in the Gradyville country is lying in a very criticalcondition Mr Frank Rice Cane Valley returned from a business trip to Pitts burgh Penn a few days ago Mrs Ellen Squires and Mrs Nona Dohoney of the Cane Valley country are lying in a low state of health Mrs Annie Miller who has been visiting Miss Effie Bradshaw returned to her home in Lebanon last week Mr TB Hazard who lives near Campbellsville was in Columbia Saturday and renewed his subscription to NewsMr Montgomery whose post office is Tarter was in the News office last Saturday and when he left the proprietors cash account was swelled several dollars Miss Adelaide La Pierre of MIssou- rI who has been employed as an assistant at the College arrived last Satur day night and has entered upon the discharge of her duties Mr Henry Cundiff and family will leave for Anna Collin county Texas Thursday morning Mr Cundiff leaves with the intention of going into I the hotel business He is a splendid citizen and has a most excellent fami ly We hope to hear of him meeting with success and returning to his na tive home a few years later Mr B G Coffey of Dallas Texas who spent two weeks very pleasantly with his parents aLd friends here started on his homeward journey last Saturday Bob is a salesman in a t large jewelry establishment and is getting along nicely Every body is his friend at his old home and it is the i wish of every one that he may grow rich in the thriving city of Dallas Mr J W Rule of Ruleville Miss who has been visiting in this part of the State left last Saturday for his Southern home Mr Rule is a native Kentuckian but has been living in Mississippi for the last twentyfive years He is a merchant and one of the large cotton growers of his State having under cultivation last year 5000 acres Mr J H Cranch of Chanute Tenn his nephew accepting a posi Schuyleta n with Mr Rule who spoke of him in the highest terms to his many friends In this section r LOCAL JOTTINGS u Gradyville letter failed to reach Allen Walker sold 27 cattle a few days ago for 50o v What has become of the school to located here by the Louisville Confer eacel IThetown of Columbia would like to I expand it could be dose without cost or trouble tTMelectric nllroad talk bMwbei fei sad Ute wagoners are still bfttUff eofe ere the pike r Tin Adair Circuit Crt Is hut over Judge Jones next court will be a t Tompkinsville Snow to the depth of two inches fell here last Sunday night The recent rains have made a boat tide in Cumberland rivers Born to the wife of Will Van Hoy on the 22d ust a daughter Born to the wife of Jesse M Sunday night 19th a daughter JB Russell sold Hudson Page last week 20 good hogs at 51 cents We understand that all the Ice- houses in town have been filled but two J B Darbee bought of Dr W T Simpson last week a roan horse for 8100 Plato Wade bought 50 barrels of pickled corn from Tom Knifley last week at 250 Coffey Bros this place sold Mackin 3t Brown Lebanon a saddle gelding last week for 8125 One of the bank robbers arrested at- HartfordKy gave his name as G G Graves Green county Jordan Sebastain of color charged with detaining a woman was tried last Saturday and acquitted Mrs Nancy Barnett who was a very old lady a sister of Mr Ben Grant died near Absher last week Ooffey Bros are now working seven head of lifg class horses which will be upon the market In the early Spring The Mutual Oil and Gas Company has received Its booksand is now ready to issue Write N M Tutt Columbia R B Wilson has purchased a town lot of Mr S G Banks ofCane Valley and is now erecting a large poultry house J B Russell Ss Sons Green river have bought in the last few weeks one hundred and twenty hogs from differ ent parties at 5 cents For SALEA goodsow and seven pigs one month old Apply to L B WILLIS Joppa Ky FOR BENT Our storehouse InI Columbia Ky Is for rent Address WILLIS Bnos Cave City Ky It is hard to tell at this time the outlook for wheat In Adair county as the sowing was very late At this writing it is up and looking fairly well The town clock received a coat of sleet last Sunday night and has been dumb ever since Why not give the clock potection from sleet snows and rain D Wilson St Son Russell have the frame work of their newI store building up and will have the house ready to receive a new stock of Springs goods A great many Commonwealth cases weredisposed of last week There was only one murder case the remainder for breach of the peace selling liquor concealed weapons etc Mr W B Myers the present ownelI of the Columbia Mill Company will buy all kinds of lumber including gum and sycamore wheat and corn Will pay the highest cash price tf The grand jury Is still in session Last Saturday they returned their first batch of indictments numbering twentyfive They will probably be in session until the middle of the week Mr N H W Aaron Common wealths Attorney has returned to his home in Jamestown He is a dll ligent officer using all means at his command to bring evildoers to justice The store which will be opened here in afew weeks by Mr Jo Strull who Is in business at Greensburg will be managed by Mr Herman Kewltt who has been in his employ for some time Representative Morrison of Russell and Casey has introduced a bill in the Legislature doing away withthe office of Assestor and placing the taking of the list in the bands of the magistrates Last Wednesday a young man named Moss was married to Miss Pinkie Hatcher of Green county The ceremony was performed atEbeneezer church in the presence of a large as sembly of friends The College is filling up rapidly There are now about one hundred pupils and many others to enter In a few weeks it will probably be the largest school in Columbia since the days of Ray John L McKee underscommand of ExGov J B Hiddman is getting along nicely The company kM Rot as yet secured guns but assur theybeWe are informed that Messrs ZM Staples and G1Y Robertson have de clded to seek houses in the West and will leave in two or three weeks to se lest locations They both haTeieiir able homes near Columbia juoutside the corporate limits Their sdvertlye matwilt apper at aa wtrlyjiar The Rolbcryatj entrys nun It is now known that n E Simpson and Robt Anderson are thf parties who robbed the store and postoffice at Gentrys Mill this county last Sunday night week They procured several pair of shoes some other goods and ten or twelve dollars worth ontamp1 and postal cards and made their escape from the county but were arrested and lodged in jail at Hodgenvill- eIt Is now believed that Simpson and Anderson are the parties who robbed thetyear They are young men and two years ago they were both in school at this placeSimpson went to Frankfort from here during the Gubernatorial contest as he saidIto get his rights and it now looks like he is certainly going to get them Anderson shot and killed a young man named Rexroat in Rjussell county a short time ago but was acquitted upon trial While theyoung men were in school herethey beat their board bills and sev eral merchants who furnished them clothing have not as yet been paid The Larue County Herald gives the following account of their arrest at HodgenvilleH andRobt Anderson two suspiciouslooking strangers were arrested at the depot last Monday morning as suspects When arrested Anderson had a pistol inhispocketand was tried on the charge of carrying concealed deadly weapons Both of them were then tried on the charge of jumping a hotel hill to which they confessed judgment They had come from Campbellsville to Buffalo reaching there Sunday afternoon They put their horse up at a livery stable and went to the hotel and registered But before morning they had gone without paying for their sup per and lodging and the proprietor tel ephoned to Hodgenville to watch them Marshal Cundiff went to the depot and found them packing some goods In a box for shipment After talking with them a few moments he pulled his pistol and told them to holdI up their hands and consider themselves under arrest and with a gun looking them squarely In the face theyquietly complied with his request and came up town to Judge Hargans office Cundiff and Boles then got the box of goods they were shipping and found in It a fine lap robe two pairs of new shoes and a lot of postoffice supplies consisting of ten dollars worth of stamped envelopes and nearly two dollars worth of postal cards Itis very evident that they had made connec tion with a combined postoffice and country store some place and had conquered it and carried it into captivity Anderson was given a fine of ten dol lars and twentyfive days in jail for carrying a pistol and botn were given a fine of of one dollar and ten days in jail for beating the Buffalo hotel out of their bill which will hold them here until their cases can be investigated The Postal Authorities have been tified audit isproble they will be made to answer to a roll call in the United States court They are not of a prepossessing appearance and yet the degree of Intelll gence exhibited by them does not indi cate that they are experts at anything but a little investigation will determine all that No one knows where they are from MarrIedjWednesdaynlghtotlastweekatOak Grove Church in Russell county Mr Robt Pierce was married to Miss Ella Gross Rev Thomas Hadley offiI bride is a daughter of Mr John Gross a prosperous farmer residing near Denmark The groom is a son ofI Mr Frank Pierce whose home is near EstoThe couple are well connected and have the best wishes of their numer ous friends throughout the county Soon rfter the ceremony the newly wedded couple accompanied by a few friends repaired to the home of the grooms father where a sumptuous repast awaited them At a late hour a party of young men intimate friends of the couple emigre gated and for a short time muskets cowbells horns etc made the welkin ring Preaching next Sabbath S Dudgeon Jerlco Z T Williams Cane Valley 37 HC Sandidge Union W P Gordon Columbia- T L Hulse Picketts chapel Buck Burton White Oak A H Baugb Beech Grov- eJPVanHoyGIenvllle JF Roach Society Hill W B Cave Mllltown To RELET Columbia Gradyville mall route for two years July 1902 to June 30 1904 Government pay 8252 a year Apply to L L CAY Cloyds Landing Ky 4t The figures made us state last week that a revival meeting would com mence at the Methodist church this city February 30th The date should have been the 20th Under the old lawthere are not thirty days In Feb Sunday night the 19th of this month the postoffice and store at Gentry Hill this county was robbed The thieves got several pairs of shoes a tot of suspenders and other goods and several dollars worth of stamps A report reaches here that the robbers have been eapght and the goods ides iHkd i 1 ALi r county will be 10 years old in the Spring atd It would be appro priate to celebrate this event Last year we suggested a reunion of Adair county people who had gone to other parts of the country but as that was passed at that time itseems to us that a celebration of the 100th anniversar of Adalr county and the calling together of her sons and daughters from other States would not only be fitting but highly enjoyable and profitable We are plodding along on the same of beatenpat us our fathers trod we ar cultivating the fields they claered pulling through the same mud that annoyed them and while we have many advantages yet we have many disadvantages It seems to us that a celebration and reunion as above sug gested would result in good and to bring ftabout would not require a large amount of money nor much real hard work to any member of this town or community Arrangments could be made with the railroads entering Louisville and from that city to Camp bellsville which would offer induce ments to many of our former citizens to return and spend a few days with their old friends and relatives The News is ready and willing to do its partin advertising to put up its part of the cash We suggest a meeting of the citizens of this town to consider the above RussellS Creek has been past fording two days in the past week If there is a stream in the entire State that needs bridging it is this creek and es pecially here at Columbia We trust that the county court will see the Im portance of a bridge over this stream and that immediate action be taken to bring about this public improvement An effort will be made by parties in that vicinity to secure a liberal subscription to assist in this work At Neatsvllle a bridge across Green river is badly needed and the citizens of that section should raise a subscription and appear before the next county court Last year the county built two bridges end nobody is hurt by the small crease of tax This work ought to continue until bridges are erected at crossing where badly needed FeopieI of Green river bestir yourselves Rev T F Walton whohas been the pastor of the Presbyterian CburchI this place for four years and nine months delivered his parting words to a large congregation made up of all denominations last Sunday night He was very much affected and spoke tenI derly of his attachment and love for this people and especially his own flock He has been a faithful pastor and it is his own choosing that he takes work in another field He and his most cellent wife and interesting little daughter leave Columbia with the best wishes of the church and the people generally Tile people of Cloverport will find him a sociable Christian gentleman an entertaining speaker and an earnest worker for his Masters q town council will soon be ready to sell the telephone franchise in this city and we trust that an exchange will be put in at an early day Au change would have been in operation- In Columbia long ago but the parties who sought the franchise and the council conld not agree on terms The present council proposes to step out of the ruts of antiquity to throw open every avenue to any enterprise that will aid in business or add to conven ience They do not however propose to be reckless but conservatively gressive They will do their best to protect the interest of the town YetI they mean to push business The change is badly needed and we trust will soon be In operationI It will be remembered that the late Col Frank Wolford of this place died leaving a number of war relics in po session of his family Among the se lection is a pair of epaulets which were worn by Gen Zollycoffer and which came into Col Wolfords possession soon after the battle of Mill SpringsI Maj Whithorn of Columbia Tenn hearing that the epaulets were here has written the family asking that they be turned over Mrs Octavia Zolly coffer Bond a most worthy and esti mable lady of Tennessee who is a daughter of the dead Confederate Gen eral Mr W R Myers who recently bought the Columbia Mill told us a few days ago that be would have some wheat shipped in in the near future He Is willing to pay 8100 for good wheat delivered at the mill but it seems that the farmers of this section want more This is 15 cents above the market price and Mr Myers can buy it from outside sources and have it delivered for 8100 He prefers to buy from our farmers if they are Will- Ing to sell at living prices Wheat may advance It may decline but 100 per bushel is a good price Prof Parker H Jackman a well known colored teacher and a man who has the respect of the whites as well as the blacks in this county opened a subscription school in the Flat Woods last week with twenty pupils As the school progresses more students will enter and in a few weeks the teacher expects to haveln attendance as many as he can well manage The colored people in the Flat Woods are to be congratulated npofi securing so good a teacheras Prof Jackman- Trormlndicat4ioes new it tight the building boom will commerce at a lively gait as soon as Spring opeea A number of new streets have beea open ed lots cutoff and the ownersiithe n sty that eight or ten cotUgesiHtt be put upv Betides this improvevMBt we are told oils qr two buales houses will be erected upon the square i If yin wantstor r In the Mutual OH and Gas Company send your money N M Tutt Columbia who will Issue the stock and forward to you There are not a great many hogs for sale in Adair county at this time as a fayr home consumption As soon as gray becomes good grazing there will be plenty of young cattle for the market On Tuesday night of last week the andeR Jeter Middleburg Casey county were destroyed by fire The loss Is estimated at 5000 insurance 82500 Mr Ray Conover son of Mr J K Conover is now behind the counter a Russell C Jlurrells He is a young man of excellent character and quite popular with his acquaintances He invites his friends to call and see him when In town Mr W H Hudson informs us that he will give a fair at Columbia this year The exact date has not as yet been fixed It will probably be held in the month of August He proposes to have some pew al d interesting features this year If you owe us come at once and set tle We have sold out and the busi ness must be closed All accounts will be given an officer unless prompt settlement is made This is fair warning to all CoLtnmiA MILL Co 1m Jodie Burbrldge of color who killed George Rexroat a companion at aInegro dance one night last Summer was tried last week and acquitted If we have been correctly informed the troubel came up over a nickelI while a crap game was in progress Dr F A Taylor who was shot at the Russell Springs last Summer by Terry Humble took unto himself a wife in Pulaski county recently Humble was indicted for shooting Taylor but the latter has written a letter to the Commonwealths Attorney asking him to dismiss the case The Presbyterian Church at this place is now without a pastor It is generally believed that Rev M B W Granger who Is the principal at the College will fill the pulpit the second and fourth Sundays in each month until permanent arrangments can be made Col Ben Lee Hardin Harrodsburg who was born and reared at Columbia was one of the speakers at an afternoon dinner given in honor of Eld E L Powell at Louisville last week His subject was How is this and he kept the five hundred guests in an uproar from start to finish One of the best dollar a day houses in the city of Louisville is Nick Bos lers Hotel 523 West Market The rooms are kept in order and no better nor cleaner beds arc furnished by any hotel The table is supplied with the best the market affords and guests ceive close and polite attention Asoclety has been organized at the college which meets once a week There is nothing more improving to young students than a good literary society Itisunder the management of the principal and it has started off admirably Visitors are not admitted but we take it that an open session will occasionally be given We understand that Jndge W S Stone and Mr Bryan Stone of Jamestown will remove to Monticello for the purpose of practicing their profes sion They are both good lawyers and would be valuable acquisitions to the Wayne county bar They of course would hold their practice in Russell county making the courts regularly Lafayette Cundiff was given the second trial last week for breaking in to and robbing J B Watsons store on Green river this county The jury was out but a short time bringing in a verdict for one year in the peniten tiary The proof was circumstantial but strong enough to warrant the jury in their verdict Good conduct will let the young man out In nine months and seven days A few days ago Russell Murrell purchased of Mrs Amanda Nell wid ow of the late Ed Nell the property on College street recently occupied by Mrs Sarah Flowers Price 8850 It is a good and convenient residence with five or six acres attached The land lies next to a street that has just been opened and the owners of the property will cut off town lots and build three or four nice cottages The accuracy with which Ramons Brownie Calendar foretold the weath er last Winter was simply wonder ful Its prediction for March was lst to 3rd mild period fair tilt to 10th storm wave severe rain storms over Southwest stormy weather in Canada and New England These conditions have been fulfilled to the letter and on Monday March 4 the papers announced In large headlines Vast mul titude standing In soaking rain witnessing inaugural ceremonies The Weather Bureau at Washington Issued aspecial Bulletin Sunday evening sta ting that the weather Monday March 4 would be the finest ever experienced on the inauguration of a President the sky surely would be clear and the temperature warm and balmy We are informed that the weatherpredla tinny in RamoaV Brownie Calendar are based on scienttlecalcalaWoBS and tbelr repeated accuracy convince as that such is the feet We have never seen one so generally corrrect as Ra mowst u Last k at Warrant dislllerv Green county Milfocl Davis shut an instantly killed Il bt Peace Tht parties were under tlu iaflacnco o f whiskey and bad blood had existed be tween them for some fine Davis was arrested the following night and lodged in jail at Grcensburji He first re listed the officers firing several shots at themILast Monday week Mr S II MitcL ell was in town and purchasing a sew Ing machine wagon from Mr T C Dividson started home having hook ed to it a horse not used to harness En route home the horse became frightened and dashed off at a very rapid gait Mr Mitchell was thrown hurtted There are lumber and stave thieves in the county who should be run down Mr Jas T Page of this place has a consignment of lumber at Tavern Spring in the Eastern portion of the county and during the last few weeks several thousand feethave been stolen On Sulphur the Columbia Stave Company is getting out timber and recent ly eight or ten thousand staves have been stolen Mr Page who Is largely interested In this business thinks he has a clue The inventory of the stock of goods which was owned and being sold by the late J B Patterson Jamestown has been taken and Mr OW B Patte son of this place Is in full charge It Is a splendid stock and the universal opinion here is that Mrs Patterson cured the right gentleman to assist her in conducting the business The firm will add to the already large supply of merchandise and Mr Patteson will do every thing in his power to build up a paying trade The corporate limits of Columbia are very much contracted hence the town can not be given justice by the census report There are men do ing business upon the public square who walk to and from their meals yet the line places their residences outside of town Hall the citizens who arc towns people to all intents and por poses were counted our little city would have a population of over one thousand The corporate limits tend ane halt mile from the court house MILLTOWN The health of this community is very good Mr Willie May of Elkhorn who hasi been visiting relatives and friends at this place has returned home SusieIMr Ben Smith was visiting his aunt Mrs Dohoney last week brotherIbusiness and doing well Mr Robt Bumgarner and wife were the guests of Mrs Lizzie Thomas last Saturday and Sunday Mr Rich Butler and family wholef this place for Missouri have returned Miss Mollie Cundiff of Cane Valley- is teaching school at this place DECATUR John Luttrell L K Butcher and Sam Tartar have been tradingln horses latelyJ Thomas and family left a few days ago for Hope Ark where they expect to reside J P Walters sold his white oak timber to John Turner last week Rev Jas Wade hasteen elected pastor of the Friendship church for the present year He preached his first sermon last Sunday Hannibal Wade visited a Drewry Wilkersons Sunday Miss Bettle Cravens entered school at Middleburg last week Lincoln Tarter who went to Indiana a few days ago has written for his wife and we suppose he intends making it his future home Robt L Walters of Faubusb was here on business last week On the 21 of this month Mrs Matil da G Lawson died of that dreadful disease consumption She was amid die aged woman and leaves a husband and several little children to mourn their loss The interment was at Luttrell cemetery CLOYDS LANDING D W Cloyd and Miss Gertrude Can eloped to Tennessee and were married last week The oil excitementisbecomlng more- intensehere Some oil men are expected here to begin drilling in a few days Sam Gary is attending a Law School at Bowling Green- MIssesMinnie McComas AnnieCary and Frankie Cloyd visited at Mr James Chapels in Monroe county a few days of last week Miss Daisy Pulllam Is very sick with typhoid fever Barlow Chapel and Buford Williams of Monroe county are visiting in this vicinity Rice Hollinsworth isattendlngschool at Burksville Mrs Marget Richardson will remove to Kansas soon LLCsry closed school at Youngs Chapel n 10 Harvey Moore formerly of this piece but now of Kansas was here a few Jaysagooaavitit Yrs Mary Phllpot Js on the stok list YAT1ETdBorn to the wife Wille Van Hoy a ten pound daughter January 22 Born tithe wife of Art Ilubbard a son January 22 ofEdmontonMr and Mrs Sam Speer were In Ed monton on business last week- F P Rice returned last Thursday hadhecn herbedMr and Mrs Lander Scott Burks vllle arc visiting relatives here washereJ W Sublett was in Louisville last week buying goods Jake Grant and family of St Mary are visiting here Miss Victoria Judd was visiting in Columbia last week MONTPELIER Luther Williams was in James town Friday on business Geo J Hurt and Avalee Taylor of Crayoraft were here last week Prof Olie Taylor made a busi ness trip to Russell county Saturday John F Neat and W R Lyon groceryman wero with us last weekSam Coffey mode his regular trip to Stapps Springs Saturday night Creed Haskins the popular shoe man was with us Sunday Miss Nora Bradshaw visited Miss Pinkie Jeffries Saturday night aud SundayLee Calhoun had tho misfortune of lossng a flue oxon last week Prof F E Bradshaw is teach ing school at Republican Ho re ports a duo attoiidaucb and rapid advancments C C Loyd of Rowena Ores Barger and Adam Harris of Esto Miss Zella Hughes of Ona and Miss Lizzie Hurt of Joppa are attending school at this place Miss Sallie Conover who is at tending school at this place was accompanied home Satnrdaynight by Miss Fannie Smith R A Tandy of Bliss and G A Bradshaw of this place was in Russell county last week buying cattleJas Nick Conover reports a new ten pound Democrat at his home The long looked for rain has at last come and the running of tho steamboat can be heard in the distance as they plough up and down the Cumberland There has been considerable complaint by farmers recently of missing corn and chickens and if I am rightly informed some two or three gentlemen of dark hue will increase in weight to the load of buckshot if they continue in the future as they have in the past A hint to the wise is sufficient For Sale My property located in Llbetty Ca = sey county Ky It stands near the courthouse on the south side and con sists of a nice dwelling with niue rooms good barn also a garden spot For further information call on ads dress V M Lester Liberty Ky or Mary E Pierce Kendall Ky 1m FOR SALEI will sell on easy terms my farm containing 100 acres bottom 220 acres timber land near the forks of Casey Creek Adair county Ky Good dwelling and outbuildings A desira ble home AddressW Hendrickson Waukomis Oklai tYSore 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 so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the pain For sale by M Cravens LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 5 a15 Light shipping 4 40xt 85 Best butchers 3 754 50 Fair to goo- dCommontomediumbtchr butchers 3 0033 75 r 2 253 00 tnOGsChoice packing and butch ors 200 to 300 IH1 40 Fair to good packing ICO to b9s Good to extra light 130 to 1608 5 70 SHBXP AMD LAXW Good to extra siip lag P j b40Fair to good Z iWB 7b Itoitaedl e 1N t Iii r yrWas irflife War There Cjuld be more flagrant IDII1Jtnrypresident when he was merely Colonel Roosevelt the Rough Rider of the volunteers in the war with Spain then he sg ed if he did notnrtie and originate the round robin at SantiagoA robin which is bftter known in the naal service than on lard Is considered more or less mutt nous It consists of a complaint or protest agairst authority written in side of a circle around which the persons signing it write their names like the radii or spokes of a wheel The object of this Is to prevent any of th foreigners from being singled out as leader in the mutiny as would be the case of a name signed at the top and the others followi ng Colonel Roosevelt thus engaged in an act that was of a mutinous nature contrary to all military law aswell as prejudicial to discipline and good or der But this was npt all His com munications with the war department when he was in the army must cording to law and discipline pass through the hands of his Immediate commander but wholly disregarding the law he wrote a letter directly to the secretary of war in which he prais ed his Rough Riders at the expense of other troops with which he was serv ingBut this is not all A formal reprimand to an officer must be in accord ance with the verdict or a courtmar tial Such courts frequently sentence the defendants tried by them to be reprimanded and therefore a repri mand is punishment and the articles of war expressly declare that no officer can be punished exceptby thesentence of a courtmartIal The president in publicly and severely reprimanding General Miles has inflicted punish mentand very severe punishment without any right or authority of law From The New Orleans Picaynune A Sermon on Oil Rev Dr F 0 Pillsbury at the Centenary Methodist church Lexington preached a sermon recently with the oil industry of Kentucky as his theme With the llfive foolish virgins under contemplation he said Multitudes say that the development of oil properties Is gambling pure and simple I do not so regard it I regard it as a great legitimate enterprise that God has committed to the hands of men as legitimate as the banking business or any other business That there is the opportunity of gambling and deceiving many I do not deny but to brand the whole industry as gambling is unjust The industry requires brain effort money and patience to develop it It must meet the prlnci pies of honest business wisely and economically ministered There are live classes of people who will learn wisdom from the development of the oil field which confront us The first class is the reckless daredevil class regardless of the outcome as long as they can make their own pittance from itmen minus any sense of hon or principle The second class is composed of those people who are too con fiding too innocent to transact busi ness anyhow and who illustrate the proverbloA fool and his money Is soon parted In the third class is the mm of forethought who studied the field carefully and informs himself of the conditions who is honest and competent to develop the industry CloselyallIed to him is the thrifty in vestor who is willing to risk part of his wealth not only for himself but for the general welfare of the State In the fifth class are the ultraconservatives too wise to invest a single dollar in something that Is new and like the man who finds a substitute in the tIme of war There is not the slightest ele tiientof uncertainty in its ultimate development There will be fortunes lost in it but it sounds the bugle call of opportunity of a great business and promoting the welfare of the State I like any condition that wakes men up andvita izes theme Therewill doub = less be fraud There will also be the inanwbo will regret that he bad cried the enough Many will say 4 the bridegroom cometh II to the oil fields of Kentucky Goo and meet him Kind b2 prepared iBills without number have been dumped into the Legislative hopper Some are good and some are bad Only a small per cent of them will be enacted into laws Many of them will never heard of after they go into the committeesaBut a Legislator without a pet mean ore of gpmeklnd would be a novelty and then his constituents always wast sometblBg and It would be deathand annihilation to him did he Bfot maker ios JOrt of chow towards getting it t jtor tMr CONGRESS A bill Las been introduced provillng for governneut own renSp f thu tele graph hues f the United Stale1 The Senate Committ eunCommerce authorized a fiivuravta report on the Fryc Sbip3ubsidy BUr The Demo cratc niutiibeis votcJ hoully against this action Thy aso cued fur an amendment striking nut the entire general subsidy clause By a vote of 34 to 17 the Senate con firmed the nomination of Stephen G Sharp as United States Marshall for the Eastern Kentucky district floe vote was preceeded by a colloquy bi tween Senators Blackburn reviewing Sharps connection with the armed toe1000 and Deboe telling of alleged out rages at the time he was elected Chanced Her Mind Miss Ellen Moreland a pretty bru nette from Montgomery Clark coun ty has just returned from South Da kola where she went to get married but at ahe last moment she exercised changedtless and glad of it About two years ago she answered a matrimonial advertisement which sulted in a correspondence with a gen tleman in South Dakota who repre sented himself as middleaged and wealthy She came to the conclusion that he would be about her size and so decided to accept A week ago she decided to go to South Dakota and marry him provided of course that she found him as ne had repre sented himself He had previously pledged himself to pay her expenses for the round trip in the event he did not come up to expectations- He met her at the depot and she was horrified to find that he was at least sixtyfive years old and maybe more She told him how she felt about it and said that she did not have the slightest idea of marrying him no matter what his financial con dltIon may be He was much taken with her and tried to persuade her to accept him but she would not change her mind He kept his word and paid her expenses for the round trip Miss Moreland will not give the name or exact address of her South Dakota suitor She declares that he acted honorably about the matter and she does not want to bring him into any unpleasant notoriety Birth of a Son The birth of a son to the Princess of Austurias sister of the little King Al fonso of Spain and heirpresumptive to the throne has revived a curnous old ceremony of the Spanish court When the baby Prince was born the Prime Minister the Presidents of the Congress and the Senate the high functionaries of the court and the commander of the Royal Halberdiers to whom is intrusted the guarding of the royal family In the palace were summoned to the antechamber of the Princess where they waited in full uniform The chief doctor then dressed the baby and placing him on an Immense silver salver took him to the father who was also waiting in the antechamber to whom he said Sir it is an infante a Prince The father then took the salver In his bands and after kissing the baby bowed to those present and showed them the new Prince who will be christened Alfonso Lieut Gen Miles has issued orders forthe movement of 5233 men to the Philippines S place an equal number of men who have seen long service In the islands The State Pure food Commission has commenced the prosecution of a num ber of Chicago dealers for selling adulterated veneghr and flavoring extracts and imitation butter Frank Rakowski a United States soldier was dishonorably discharged from the service and sentenced to serve a term of ten years in the military prison on Alcatrar islond for threaten- Ing the life of President Roosevelt Cures Exzema Itching Humors Through the blood by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B which makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore scab scale boil or eruption and stops the itching of exzema B B B cures especially the worst and most deepseated cases B JJ B kills the humors in the blood Druggists Describe trouble and trial bottle sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan taGa Jerome Way who was struck with a chair by his brotherin law Joseph BlackwsiU at Carroll ttfn is dead JLyorQrAligu has received word from Andrew Carnegie that he will be dellghtedto give Louis villa 350000 for a freepablic library t OiirDuiy tn Cuba is Plato GuvernorGf ral Will d President Palma uf ua mid 1i Albert O Robinson an authority on the Cuban situation unite In declaring that a re duction of at If ast 50 per cent of du ties ou Cuban products is necessary to the welfare of lie Cuban people now dependent upon this Governments action for the just safeguarding of their interests The Sugar Trust and the Beet Sugar Association are in confl ct over ths proposition The former favors the reduction as promising free raw sugar for the trustsuse The latter oppos es the reduction as threatening to in jure the American beet sugar Indus try Powerful Influence for and adequate reciprocity with Cuba is being brought to bear on Congress From the viewpoint of our duty to Cuba the problem thus created is not in the least complicated Of dire cessity the people of that island look to us for relief from their present de plorable plight They have our nap tional pledge for protection and fair treatment They are forbidden to en terinto treaties with other Govern ments save with our approval Conse quently they are helpless to remedy the ills now afflicting them They must depend solely upon the Ameri can national sense of honor for the fulfillment of the pledge which we have given them Our duty in honor therefore is to reduce the the tariff on Cuban products to a point making Cuban prosperity possible There is no escape from This if we are to retain our national self respect The argument that we may suffer somewhat ourselves through keeping our word with Cuba can have no weight as an honorable argument Congress should keep in mind the plain truth that we are under solemn obligation to extend equitable protec tion to Cuban interests and should dispose of the existing situation on this basis aloneSt Louis Republic JTashmos From Paris Gunmetal effects are fashionable in velvet silk and satin ranging from light to dark shades French brides frequently ade either lilies or myrtle to the traditional orange blossoms for the wedding day Many of the newest neckpieces are of white Liberty satin when combined with black velvet they are especially ogective One has almost to sltup nights now adays to keep ones leeves in style The latest idea Is a sleeve broadat the wrist and slashed on the outside to show either a frill of lace or a puff of some material Deerskin belts supersede those made of suede seal and patent leather Dytd black dressed with a velvety surface and clasping with a gunmetal buckle they are the correct thing to wear with a flannel waist Approved by the modists are scarfs of white mousseline de sole tied once these have short but broad and elab orate ends trimmed with squares of black velvet alternating with lace or with raised flowers of mousseline de sole heading a fine pleating Black lace dresses are td the front again and those who have stored of these once fashlonabqgarments can have them made over for formal functions A rich black lace gown isa good investment needingonly a bit of color to render it suitable7 The drop skirt may be of silk or satin finished with adeep accordion plaited flounce Maj W C Owens was formerly ousted as associate counsel for prosecution in gambling cases in Louisville The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and cough and Is the best medicine made for these diseases There Js not the least danger in giving Ic to children for It contains no opium or injurious drug and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult sale by M Cravens Beet sugar inanulacturensoftbe- United States have filed with tilt President a protest against the prop posed reduction of the duty biJ Cuban sugar Tins Will Interest Maiiy Potanic Blood Balm B B B the fa mous Southern blood purifier quickly cures cancer blood polsoa pimples bolls carbuncles ulcers eating sores scrofula cczemi aching bones Joints or back rheumatism ciiMrrhand all blood and sfcia trams B B B heals ery80fltindmiikM the blood pure and rich tD B ttteftatftt blood purjfier agade it tag Stf at Trial treatment gree by HUnK Stood Balm Co AWaoGa l Fin WaytoXiveJQongv 7 The siartlimrannouucotnentof adis n very tbat tvll s ttrtlv lengthen life Is made by dltnr 011 Downey of Cbm rubuscn Itd I wish to state he writes that Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption is the most infal lible remedy that I have ever known for coughs co ds and grip Its inval uable to people with weak lungs Having this wonderful medicine no one needdread pneumonia consumption Its relief is instant and cnre certain T E Paull nf Columbia and W H Wilkinson of Liberty guarantee 50c and 100 bottle sample free C E Holt a weatlby farmer and his niece were murdered at their home near Greenleat Kansas The murder was committed by a bungler who robbed them New Century Comfort Millions are daily finding a world of comfort In Buckhns Arnica Salve It kills piin from burns scalds cuts bruise corquors ulcers and fever sores rues eruptions salt rneum boils tiil felons removes corns and warts Best pile cure on earth Only 25c atT E Paull Columbia and W H Wilkinson Liberty The Legislature of Mississippi adopted a resolution stating that it was the opiolon of the people of the State thatRear Admiral Scbley was the real hero of the battle of Santiago Bay 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 soldier in Mexico in 47 and 48 I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase on my pen sion for on every renewal a dose re stores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleas ant and safe to take For sale by M Cravens For Sale My property located in Liberty Ca sey county Ky It stands near the courtbouse on the south side and consists of a nice dwelling with niue rooms good barn also a garden spot For further Information call on ad dress V M Lester Liberty Ky or Mary E Pierce Kendall Ky 1m The body of Sturgess E Jones for merly Mayor of Roanoke Va was found in the Ohio river at Huntington W Va Indications poin to suicide The Governors of New Mexico and Arizona are in Wasbrngton to urge the admission of the two territories into the Union King Edward opened Parliament Thursday with great State pageantry A church bjillding has been erected in Detroit by the poles 45000 of whom reside In that city Chicago employs 6000 school teachers CourierJournal and News 150 a yea r FOR SALE 150 acres timbered land Apply to Ike Harmon Eunice Ky FOR SALnI will sell on easy terms my farm containing 100 acres bottom 220 acres timber land near the forks of Casey Creek Adair county Ky Good dwelling and outbuildings A desira ble home Address W B Hendrickson Waukomis Okla Daylight flG6tyl6H6 Gas Go 126 Second Street Louisville Kentucky Manufacturers Acetylene Gas Machines for lighting Towns Churches Stores Residences Etc Gas Engines and Water Works for County Homes Weinba- umIRotbcbitt 8 ttKeinfrmm MANUFACTURERS BOOTS AND SHOES 819 TOcitAato St Louisville Kentucky POKr RoW IIOUr HerR John F Neat with OTTER OOW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nes 214 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky GORDON MONTGOMERY MIIiIWCOLUMBIA XY Will prt lelaLdrtrapl adIalago- uatlea e rOMoup fr5 over PimAMnH atey Heads Shoultl NevefAche Sew tlidur this trouble Use at occe the remedy that stopped It fur Mrs N A Webter of Winnie Va she writes Dr Kings New life pills wholly cured me of heartaches I had suffered from for two years Cure headache constipation and bililous ness 2ocatT E Paull and W H Wilkinson of Liberty GG JONES COLUMBIA KENTUCKY THE above styled firm are Blacksmiths an d Woodworkers and are prepared to of work needed in this sectionI jCVThis shop JS the Coffey stand near the Roller Mill Give them a call whon in need ofwork in their lines lyr YETINERY SURGEON flstulo POllevilSpJnh Spavin orany lass work done at fair prices I GUAR ANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care o stock S D ORENSHAW mile n tynilto DUap Iatmat PARSON MOSS CO r COUMBIAj KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work In our line in firstclass order We hav been In the business for 25 years an know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LebanonSteam Laundry LEBANON KY 0THOROUGHLY equipped modern 1 laundry plant conducted oy experienced workmen and thing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro REED MILER Agents Columbia Kentucky Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCKPropo The above Hotel has been re fitted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at attached Wilmore Hotel o W WItMOBE Prop Qradyville Kentucky iT HERE is no better place to stop cthan at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached Hardest Bras Nance PRODUCE 8 COMMISSION GOMPflHY 339 Street Louisville Kentucky 0 Trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited REMEMBER 0That you can find a nice Watch ora tasty piece of Jewelry or anlceJDia mpnd Ring or Broachor Silver Toilet Ware or Silver Table Ware at very low prices or even If you only need your watch repaired goto see LEON RDHUBER JEWELER 712 W li1arkotStLnufsvilicKy1R- ew1yF ralehM AmwteomPlaa f99 Ptrbay v at city Iic kOlerS Ote f r r1EALSi5f 523W ModeM St IttuiSYILLErKYc NICBOSLliR ngr PATTERSON HOTEL J1 M6ST0WN KY No place be found a4 named hotel Its elegantly furnished at all times supplied he market affordst FeedStable in con section iJ B ty a YearLe M Xfeam a 7 mmy a Number rIE SOUTHS LITERARY WEEKLY 1Published at Atlanta Ga- vrter a of more or less activity in the Southern for lover a quarter of century has become andmorereadablethanatanytimeIiitshistoryi over to Southern readers and Southern writers warIfashinnsupIformer ANTHoNY Thomp in interestthmnvhnutcentsSubscription agents mrnbe Ion is its own bertcAr mad argument to the sixII0TheId thsliteral1 lie S South in combination with the greatest of all WeeklyjpapersOneUeraryAddress all letters and remittances to r THE SUNNY SOUTH ATLANTA GA l HLISSELkJj SPRINGS MOTELk Actual Size of Watches oQ Solid Nickel case and American Stem winder at 225 Fully warranted for one year a III f h etter can than the above ble with the beet Cents career field The South and The paper nny KIMBLE KY public roundr Ibis a large building as the In icatcs and is inn firstclass in every particular w oa VAUGHAN ll16ri6dll W t6li6sJ 33 33 EiEE The smallest for the money and full warranted for one year Just the thing for boys and girls and good enough for any man as an ordinary time piece If watch does not satisfaction return it to us by mail 2 cents and we will send you another In the hundreds we have sold not one came back Catalogue of all kinds of WatchrJewelry sent freepf charge 1872 Reference 3rd National Bank this city or any business house IRION GIRABADET CO 404 Market Xouisville Kentuc LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DMLY TRAINS lX rwkax LOigylIeaRdSt LlIis radr Cars TralftS rrti nt tSi pltr ce faktTralae 1 rYy Ltntut eattgaae- LJ1RWi1JcJ 4lilV1LLtKY new and theta PATTERSON IIsnowthe year commodious picture GRAHAM Prop the give Established WOMlNSRELIEFI Uttfemenstrual period No woman seeds to have any Wino of Cardui will quickly relieve those andfbeskin aches caused by falling of the womb and irregular messes WlIIEoFCARDUI brought permanent rajjef to 1000000 women who suffered meaIhealthy bYNature palasWhlekWIght Clllunoee LOii IwtIkiedaboUleof ofOudLkiaa all of it 11eIIeMcIIfed sTi to yea Lave a Xu daGYsexr- wzews