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It s a Yrr I TIlEv 1 r f 7 c j 1 1 oJ HFcc1 Jt i O2l JNT tN2JWt Sr 6t l 1 WjUMB 5 B i 4ilAIS ETIf E TUCK WEDNESDAY APRIL 161902 J NUMBER 2 r PST OFFICE DIRECTORY J MhtoISLUqPostmaster Offlcatonre week days 700 ra to f0 inD1RECTQ1iYth- acotr0otrarThreaaeseious ye U6 aiyliJ uuary third Moodiiy in aiayand third touchy lu September OireullJnflxeWW Junes Commonwealth sAtWrnyN1J WAarDf SerfF Miller O1reniiCietk JD Ccey nIl Ooeurr CccrrFirst Monday In each month JudgeT A Mnrrell County Attorney JasQTTMtt Jr CltrkTK Stalls JaUerTx P Conoror AssessorL W Burton 8urrtyorrRTMcC ffrec School suPtW Jones aeraeerC Bu self tTCowBTBepilatcouit secondMonday in iaeh month ludje HC Bake- rttunyGordou Montgomr- jaraballJ W Co- yCI3URtrH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BVBMYIUH 6iM TReT T F Walton bMtor Berrleei second and fourth n each month 8nnday school at9 a m every iabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday Igfct METHODIST SVKUTUU 8tw TReY W P Gordon pastor Scrrlce firit Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at s m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST i GM BUMSTMIITBeV W B CAn iator Serried third Sunday beach month wgSKfefia ever Sabbath at L m Prayer icetlng Tuesday night rCHRISTIAN Axranum PIER Bid ZT William lor Services First Sunday In each ith Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Iyer meeting Wednesday night il LODGES MBiALoPOBNo96 Fand A MBegu jaeetlnr in their hall over bank on Frt tighten or before the full moon In each h Jas GaruettlrWM R A No7 meets nIght after fall moon F JAaGAaNETT JR H P p Secretary thchlU HenrjSWe- lnbimnbcbilWelnbaum MANUFACTURERS OTS AND SHOES 610 Test Matn St yilte Kentucky sue Wickliffe has a fresh cow and yisalt for tale ntcShoegready in ny kind from hrso Showing the repairing of the finest ve jfc I will make a spcialty of Sing horses with diseased hooKd guarantee satisfaction Vly 4 located heck of livery sku Hop well Give me- Son W COFFEY WISEMAN SON + sorstofldamVofltGo J 5RS and OPTICIANS S v tabliohed 1884 lers femonds and Precious Stones OFine f JIoliday goods SI tclal- ttentio to work and all orders gooflslur line 132 West Market tween nd 2on1- site Music Hall DWylljE I1 ESt UCKY OHgfit flcetulene Gas Go Second Street isvlll Kentucky kanufj fcurera Acetylene Gas miaeal or lighting Towns phesifiWes Residences Etc ngi and Water Works for y FarmersU step take your orders for y ic Rams b wa your springs to r s Can alsofurnish in heaper than eser- to e bin for estimates Ii 98 heJMarcum NO rnrs truly i WOOD a a dose ortfTo may b rte ES HI t 1 Vft m1 II 3 B6Sl Sa a 6Tfin n 1 l 1 t 1IJ Kdnu6KU I 111 Kentucky 5qiiirre9 No 427 iTHIS BEAUTIFUL SWN WILL MA KB THf PRESENT SEASON AT OUR stable in Columbia and will serge mares bur the Vovv 1 1000 to insure a living colt K g Money due when colt is foaled qr marc tiaUwl o nine ved Vv Kentucky Squirrel sasfoitledit1r1SK7 is a br y3jn- vJG hanclsandis richly and fashionably 4 bred There IS not saddle stallion living thatcanMIt stet him As a 3 yearoid he was spwnmIiII all through Kentucky aid yasiipwerrdfate4fi Siis ring anrcPat tljeicldse of the season ewas L sold to Mr J W Bales of Richmond lCy fur 1OOO He IS a perfect modela hbrse of wonderful endurance and a yry1 superior uctQi He4ias pV9veri himsejf a number one breeder K Kentucky Squirrels itc ifsize cY finish They are especially good actors 1 priceyY horses sold from the q r I ra IlY tli JffrQ iini fanu Ir of paddle horses that yr existed theht you can sell for the highest market price breed to Kentucky5urr rti1 S rminesmsarisaaa4miamr mtM FrrwarnglLya sgm J r 5J3 PAR From trqst Delar jsgjtiu and cable hoaked with Now Gril Rirfdw nail carries molly than Horace uraed JBor The chances Wet doing bulk about pence Cecil estate which Brttish have scandal with tfio Danish West Indies will borne later man who cheer fully assists the should when mounts Root seems quit badly cause that senate titker more stuck the ililes expert th4DIn Root thp tioualv honor1 i Kt j MDMMRCHaor Orrk Tirwii Hje present seasonat insure ahying traded or parted isnblack jack L1biudiyvlitbrrtet have Irv Jlnres pastured i1JI r 11 LOFFEYBROSje ICOLUMiBIA KY 0 I l Y m IE 4i tRrr t SPICY GRAPIJS The CQmmpnerl is otliertuTitT- infant y hiS capflJ the is rets We iM oo more diamonds up more Co tjpiunder Scheepere Imagine ifryou Greeley officiating iii theIu5itiozi soon to be ap by v are thatDelaryand- De are not the of worrying proposals Rhodes left immense including a bloody wet is inherited by the taxpayers It appearsthat we purchas ed a Perhaps the hi1i ffurrfcOtiqn However the in Raddling equine not object too eerionsly theihorseinnn Mr to feel u In in eiice thb thmirw Of con rso we iiio lUlling Filiniilosi ii au i i I 5 r nuifc 86 to Ci0 vh fotiurif with ilonarcu al iru- 3t11 Jtscrlptlon Wv an pericocfd lilt jng cgritn or at reasonable rata rui f ov sjjfipsltjie foraccidepts or escaped l liE l J Tobacco at f can fin r rwl Jw =i iwhFrrtlutIt I rff t f niacie lJylliP J rct c nIlUJill r r TlJ rS11 Idtr SiiV iftlhd It tr r IIa- 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bites itself iii its tiiBigiijceuzy hothiugbut he Vrie ruuftidits c itaive it AuieiHQau consumers are taXed d 2Q1QOOctotis 0BpgarjnordjBr tii tiwuvfltj tuiproducefsvQ7 100000 tuhftuf the beet sugar The beet wMjjm udioaseiBtf the ijaddle uirstthgIJIIellwho rijitr i Jy flji ttw lpce tfT sugar greets ate ate itig nipstcopiously at7 the ihuu Ub t1at tho boat reisermay txy tqiu 4JttilritI concessions to rti 5Z Thtt N r Yrrkrtlliano 1sav tri i thalD1rgh yttii1l 111iie- toV ttR JU9td relievethi- dl nr yitryitierons hutdtat- ibaueinptrnf ildiw8t tti plftiAtlfnlyr jItn nffoirn in daufdarofi- otit ed rll hliuetoli- i I i ttaia Te lththulrhvIt8by ivrmji ratblr Mtirti d liati1f l 2 r 2jtil i- It 17 7 J Jt giJ f s i iog uijder another flasj thauAtheir ffwn for ft short spll Cininiuuity if ititeiest on ihe part of le paoIIltili11AR this they should prevent tin Morgans and Curnegies and Rockefellers fromdofng whai the please with tfo property of thejj enpfor Jftaii Baker P tee of Christ XJhurchCajhedral Iexiugtouhas hoes made chaplainof the Second Kentucky reguneut State Guard taking the place 6fR Douglass of Nicholasville iresignejdT Far s n9 time to comePresi dent Roosevelt will have tip deed rkHaprovaa foeman worthY ftf his steel The autiJjrusb law iu TeistSj has Beau knocked out ba decisou Iii theAti3yn Court Ot Appei18- Masked i j mei madeadaiinRat tempt to Tcbthe bant at 6liy podl rndvbub Were ffightQued iawfty ttlteY bloWjiijtJu piVe V 4 I Mirs Miry lIlvilwhile 5rJepilepttc tit Ifitlliiifo ttkettla of- boiling viaBarAte1iesr VitiW- Ifd sud w s sculdet1 dy th r i Wi huh SleWatt 4 boy Iwas kr tally in j uid ifia sri u aw yxiti al trfd dJk rI f 1 rj I i 4tJ 1 tP 3j l itr I OeON i f THE ADAIR COUNTY WS S1OOPer Year lbS t f 0 lr+ + + 14 j 5i THEC URIERJOtJRNxt 5100 Per Year LV J eWS rq QUl J RJOURNAtJJ1 t0 l x150 PER YEAR or YOI Subscribe ana fceep posteb on tbe current yhapshin9s of tbe bapsS Tjanfl lletug 0dice 1 tot be excelled injieai jpiworL iy tq ose4e oeooeooeeoooee- + eoeoeooeeH oeeer r 6 I umn J RoIlcr Millr WJ HYEHS Proprietor 5iof manufactui0 the celebrated Souvenir arollimbia Rolls brands of FlouvharidleitealBrau aildrr rShip Stuff CoinV Rough and Dressed Lumber Jl S FurnhiiirG DGfldrtfflGflt rY Booku Cases Be s Tables etc etc call and she me or dddress dir rJ WI R HiyERSi tGoluillifid K1tll6- kJwEmjireCopuflrjflJfl rtr f Empire Fertilizor Corn Drill With Shot VFrninniswHl bmcprfV rigid and Ptr ng All metal except lie h hiuidJps uiltflr business sad Natisfi nvpry time With orwithpufc Fertilizer Afctuphraeut We nisi Jkep Ffcld Seed ling gi eS HnrBess rybestW R JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky Louisville i Sevdo9Wholesale Biers in High Grade Field Sebds c t 232 and 234seuolld Street Louisville Ky tit HENRY KQEHLER C A BROWN HENRY KOEHLER CO f l 6Efd jj DOORS SASH- CECi 3 j Ee a BLINDS MOULD- I NGS i e l LAMB OR 4tf i r12tli fend Brott diva y 1Jth And Heutuck I roulsv1a Kentucky EjUbllsftjiJ 18z1 ft r J Jtiwly Furnished American Plan f 00 Per Diyii t f N16 5OSffiS H0118I t lI ME1LS 25C to NIG BOSLEl liana Gl tJ1 tu 0 Ptr01inwottherGf pn Ilivtlr Sectihn rp tfn1tvSrilici d t tit o I7 JbJ1s 523 West MarkaLSt cttT 1f tt r i y J t I t r 0 0 yr41v i 4 J t 1 lWU b IJ J zJ It tJI l x fJ ib1Jif 1 1M1 tMtt ro Jr iyyi1a t t a rw cao ot f 1 p t t t f t I t i 2s i 1 1f1 1 l I r ff t f kAFkmt NT W J U Jvm v V Wednesdayiiiii By TUEI I h MairoutyNcwso i INCORPORATED it r CEtAS 8 HARRIS lIterId Deraocaiic newspaper devoted to the Inter eats of the city Colombia and the people o t Adair and adjacent conntle Entered at the Columbia Poitofflceassecond IcIasea1I matter 7lSCPr RATES ONEYEA SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE L WEDNESDAY tOIINCEMENTS APRIL 16 F sorState Treasurer We are authorized to announce HH HEN NINGER Wayne County a coudldate tor the 1lpt State Tfcisurcr subject ip the action y of the Democratic party FOR STATE TREASURER Above we present thQ picture of 4Ii t MlH H Heuninger of Monti tLcelJ Wayne county who ia can dida e for the office of State Treas f urer subject to theaction of theJ i Democratic party Mr Hpnmn ger wa born and reared m Wayne IcOuntlVHiB early life was spent on the farm where he proved his wortjJ as a farmer but later hp trAed his hand in the mercantile business and his energy and hon s eaty were well rewarded He is a 87 ysars old hut was never inipolitics until 1897 At that timli ho was the Democratic nomineo t for Sheriff of Wayne county and 5Was elected by a majority of 291 although the county bad given a Republican majority the year beJtore of 228 He made a vigorous o and skillful canvass and was refWarded not only bya large majori ty but by the fact that he led his ticket He has performed the duties of Sheriff to thrt entire Bsfcisfaction of his county andnow seeks a higher and more responsible position from our partya position he is eminently able to e fill with satisfaction and profit to- tthe party and the State Mr Heuninger is not merely a Democrat ivhen aspiring for office but a flernoora1865 days in every year bf his life In every battle he shows his hand in every crisis he has proven true The fight has hover been too severe for him to b enter nor the opposition too powR irful to deter him Honest able S1 land courageous coming from a 2 countyand a section that asks and r deserves recognition from the toDemocratic inSparty should not be lightly con sidered1in the Eleventh Con is gfessional District bowed down under a 20000 Republican majori live some fItll true liastofore knocked at the front door 00 taofhave asked a place on the tiokpj and have been rejected Again the knocks are he rd aztc3 he plftl8 will be presented IIIIextconvention Th pnrty Stiiteig make a niistakcby recogniziiigtho- P Eleventh District and Wayne county is the Eleventh and Mir Henninger a strQUgJ able ow 1 conraaeous DeHpippra is In Waynocount7S ThoDornooratjc ExeeuthConiteapfihe Fourth Cong w jion tal3 triot has ordered Qfcpgf man jmiththenoij09re election to 9ongres ff t no other annopncedbyj May 1 lIdriber the cOntest a1 IBQrIIprJCD1r1 d redIorJunei28 l I JudOlinOOT 11rn t n rIutiYr cfaJlijjir n 1tI 0 i I t5r 1 ij If545 J j f RbssffrcortJitvlsto have a new JIIJthiT In r jey nqwbavshs i beuooudniiedacid the Fihcj Court met lat week and nlrlItyjvy of 10 cents on the 100 v1 h of property apd 25 cents poll f r theypurpose of building a Deitlta In another column we publish short Better from Jameafccjwn bearing oh this question and it clear ly showss that the opposition to this needed improvemen has soughtto cast a suspicion on the actions of W W Jones the Circuit Judge of this district in regard to the matter From What we lean Judge Tones bad th pjres ant jail condemned and advisee the building of a new one We are not in the habit of interfering with matters that do not affect oqr our interest j we have no desire to have anYthing to say in this matter as it is jmrely the affairs of another countyi but waiving theI question pf jurisdiction admiting that it is not our business yetwe feel that we have ample ground justreasons to speak in defense of public spirit and especially to resent the attack made against Judge Jones He is our townsman and our official and while he is not of oar political faith The News is Over ready to do its duty to a citizen or an offidlal regardless of of his politics The opposition to the measure is doubtless weak butE it is headed by an ExCounty Judge uf that county and his ef torte to defeat the measure and- silrug iti political feelings deserve mtict Sear informed that Mr rVIIJIth ExJudgo made a hot speech before the Magistrates in which he predicted the building of a Jail would injure his political party that it was a scheme of the Democrats to accomplish this pur pose j that Judge Jones had assumed an authority not his own and advised the Magistrates to pay not attention to Mr Jones and to defeat the move The Magistrates however had heads of their own and they votod for the measure without a dissenting ballot We admire their grit and endorse their udgment As to Mr Irvines refeerence to Judge Jones we are here to say that Mr Jones isis public man and fisn the habit of dictating to others matters of business and the in d erest he has taken in this matter- sis purely for the good of Russell county as he understands it It is gratifying to know that ExJudge P Simpson a staunch Demo rat defended Judge Jones and rom what we can learn gave thePattacking party all he Strange but true the man or men who desire to better public condi b ions in any place in any form will meet opposition What South ern Kentucky needs and needs spiritdand have them plaoed in position o arrest the decline of one of theVI best lands under OJMagistrateway of progress should be retired gtoleavedition than he found it should not theDemocracyhould p charge of official duty and the mar who seeks to arrest progress or to aWasionsCto8 g should not be4tt ded The News is on the side of progress It the friend of these who desire to better public cor ditlODaj InhaonIsvIla afew days ago two iiegrcboys wore tried and nickeldgava m euchzin the penitentiary Bank thief es and others whose stealings nuP into the thousands go tin Jitpped of justice but the poor obraiit must Buffer Governor ham should pardon the boysI f Eugene F Ware of Kansas who served in the civil war has been selected by the President iqj succeed H Clay Evans as Comr missioner O f Pensions Gen Wade Hampton the Con federate Chieftain and exGover nor of South Carolina died at his late home in Columbia St Q That Friday J The Rev T Dewitt Talmage the nested grMbyteriau minister diitd in W Bhlnltqn Sbrday uiiitrinflaHiBaation of tie barftini v rMl r1t ROOHviU and jE Lola1flb Or4oci lb i JJ1 f r k t Qov Bjeliluuv ha announced but there will be no extra session Ior h Leg All1tnret Hon Jfv B Hays Democratic campaigner who has spoken at Co lumbia several times was critical ly ilat his home in Piueville lat week The Somerset High School building erected at a cost of 20 was destroyed by fire last week The amount of insurance 15000 ExGov John Young Brown wbohas madVhis home in Louis yule since the expiration of bis term of office will remove to his old home in Henderson about Mayl It is said that the August Bel mont Company has been deprived of the control of the Louisville Nashville railroad The Gates syndicate did the work by shrewd manipulating It ia further said that the controluftheL N will pass into the hands of the South ern Illinois Central or Rock Id land The will of the late Cecil Rhod provides ample menus for t scholarships for each Snitcod Territory of the United States ides his literal provision foludu cation in Germany and a lavisi contribution of money for educy tional purposes in England H et forth in hiswiLla desire c unite into one great brotherhood the English speaking othe world Mr Rhodes Ittlt a good part of hi fortune for a good purpose but it his real design was for a Kingly government to woe aud win the spirit of a true Republic we arH in clined to believethat his princely bequests to this Country will fail o bear the genuine resuLts PHI IL Mr J F Gadberry this place and John Baldockof Evona were in Louis v11le last week buying their Spring J J Tomes and JV Tuck- rare preparing to set up a new hiugit mill near here Messrs O C Eussell and James Caison have bought a now shingle out t to be set on East Fork on H U ussells farm Mr Ed Parker Republican candi ate lor the nomination for ooujres made a speech atLibertyloao Munda t seems that he created much entbuhi asm among tbe Republicans He wi probably make H hut for Judge Buy ing ID primary the 4th of August The base ball game opened here las Saturday and closed with a fiht TIll racieftirk teauj camecuwn to play UK hil buys Luther Olpson of the Tracefork team was batting and Mr Bert Butcher this place was catctriu ettinid the bat when Gipsuu began abuse Butcher and threateued to shi o him Butcher then drew his kiuie but friends Interferred and Gipsu esca pod with slight cut in right hip M r James aniOn is building a n arnSMr Pierce Thomas and wife ar ery sick with pneumonia Mr Green Evans family have the um s t1rtJPGadberry is putting uPa new building for salt andcoaihuune HARRODS FORK Gel oerally speaking the heath oi e a immunity Is good Thi 3 farmers of this section are pre riD g for a good crop this season Oa tsowing is about over and wheat look very well MX J M Hundley who has been lled for some time with lung rout le is no better- S iVheeler of Sparksvillc has pur haM d the white oak timber on iht Cook farm near here and is rapidly cODTerting It into 3tavesHq says he will gut sixty hbusandor more Mesius Warfield Estes and A D Stotts this place were in Columbia on business last Thursday Cager Burko plircbascd of W IL Eoyse one mule price 35 Mrs A IX Stotts and Miss Stlia Estes were in Columbia one day last week rC Norls purchased a bunch of hogs from G G Campbell at 6 cents per lb The old BrushHcrek road has been TCppebeai Bev Coffey QfrBlSeil county will preach at independence next Sunday Mr Jim Cager Eoyse and Miss Nellie Gastdn7 both of tills place were united In marriage last Thursday Marhapplnees fee theirs fRO D lHealth Wa nevarbetteriathis part pThereceQti high water was of much benefitito bbttoiiikhd Crocca The Crocus road frdtIiIor to the CumberfaBdlloe altaoeo impassable iTNf is b4ilIdlng a larger id iupreceaveBl9 t store Mr PeLVywlcarry a Irger sWck of gee JEercafldIe JIIJ Pettywill be IneUfe Kthe rnIlHnerdpartaiat- Eloie lsckey E4kQf bereThursdsy paying his baadsftr- cuttiag edrlo js K8 t n9Yita h the 1neatbuo tyr 1Ntt U55q4IO areAQIIWWii I l 4 rSS1 INTEHESTINO RMINIS6EN6ES Male and Female College in Columbia Many Y arg ago An Old CtlogueFunlgjies Informa tlon for the Readers of SS The News i ISSUED IN 1836 IN POSTER FORM The reputation of Columbia as an educational jiitnt is not of recent groWth It l11aybe a matter of sur prise to some persons to be told that as fit buck as tbe Year 1836 there was a school here with one hundred and twenty two pupilsin attendance Its catalogue worn and yellow with lire now lies before me It Is In the form of a poster eight by twelve inches and contains the names of those who were Jn attendance also the names of the trustees and faculty Qf thiarge ILst of names only five to my knowledge are living Mrn Mary M Cravens to whom I am in debted for the catalogue Mrs Mary IL Rochester Mrs Esther Doboney inliQ Eubank and John D Murrell Wvrs mayne living but if they are lucy am nut Ijnowii to the writer of tils arCldib The Iorct majority has outf since passed over the river and ntifibe shade of the other shore Theschoo was known as Robert oa s Academy its trustees were Hon Beuj Monroe Vm Owens E q Wm Jatdwe Esq Asa PI m ItEsq and- Jiimcs Ewing Its President was ii v D vid Page a Presbyterian min sier assisted by Mrs Uuuuuu B Page ad Miss Mary L B ardmau These trustees were familiar names Here in the early history of the town Kid county The Monroes moved to Fraukfort and two of the family Puns B and Beuj Monroe were report ers of the decisions of the Court of Ap pealsfor manyyears Win Owens was leading lawyer at this bar the father of the oldest resi dent of our town Mrs Mary J Burton Wm Caldwell was the Clerk of the Circuit and County Courts tor a nail century after the organization tbe county the father of Isaac and lunlus and Wm Caldwell lately de teased of Louisville Asa Pitman was ne of the early citizens of the town and the surviving members of his fain Iy were living in Louisville a ftiw years wo Col James Ewing was a man of vealth and influence and died in the county leaving several children all ot whom I believe are dead but one George W who lives in Jeffersouville mdSThe catalogue after giving the name r ihu institution the trustees facul ty and pupils concludes as follows The present session of five months itnmeuced June 13 As the pupils advance all the branches usually aught la colleges will be taught in ti this institution Another gentle oian is expected as assistant teacher at ne opttiing of the next session which win be In the furl pan of December 0 umbla Ky August 11836 I am informed by MrsCravns thtt ue Male Department was conducted tt tbe old Academy tin the hill near vlnre Mr W H Walker now lives th female department at the house prppertvI of this him the History of town pat con tiiuiogas it dues the names of many r tbe leading families of the county teen and women who have left the impress of their characters not only hore but elsewhere in this and other Commonwealths lathe list of names I see those of the Cldwells Fjazers Monroes Cray ens Hatchers Page Pltmans Tra bues Bakers Cheat bams Creels Gil mers Hodgens Ingrains Irvlnes Juries Millers Owens Pattesons Stewarts Bud arths Speakes Wag geners Wheats Yeisers Murrells Smiths Hardlns Russells Squires Conovers Easts Eubanks Ewings Wlnstons Wagleys and others not so familiar to us of today arsthe11lealHowas prom Incut physician of the same city I see also Jn time list the name of Timo reon Cravens a gifted lawyer Democratic Elector for the SUite at large on the Breckinrldge ticket in the Presi dential canvass of i860 Just below his name 1sthatpt Parker Frencb whose life would arnisb material for a romance of thrilling interest He was a leading spirit in the celebrated Nlc 3tag filibustering expedition and was sent back as Minister plenipoten tiary to the United States Govern ment butj the authorities at Washing ton failed to see It In the same light and refused to receive him and force pgnizeJiIs goveromentf further down the list is the name of John Squires afterwards kfiownu s Opt Jack Squires who led accompany from the county o the Mexican war and below hlsnana iGlb Suddarth Adjutant Gener of Kentucky during tbeBram iette administration tom manyyears a iadlng lawyer at this bar StfUfur 5bher down the nIt in the Freshman eisas are the jwmes of the three Mur rellbrptiwWjv Wm OrJohn D and Willis L aed in ate aaw oIM Wm E Rtn fiards jt lawyer here atwrc1r1tJd inthe Labs siaiieLriet We meIEII4b We a8d Nt8Otf vv U ni c t 1L land sonic less and that heart troubles came about just as naturally There were doubtless rules prohibiting thing of the kind yet these affiirs1I1J1 notgoverned by rules of the scbuOuu They have their own rules and bey defy all others whether made by ped agogue or parent Looking across from the Junior class of boys to tbe junior class of girls in this catalogue we find that Timoleon Cravens and Mary M Waggener afterwards be came husband and wife and in the same class Gibson Suddafth found a wife in Amanda F Baker Anulier lawyer at this bar afterwards Chief Justice Wheat found a wife in the same class Margaret Ann Frazer Iu this list of school girls are the names of many noble mothers vh graced happy homes In after years and whose children and grandchildren un der the gentle aud refining influence if their Jives grew up to useful and honorable positions iu society some of whom are amongour most enterprising people here and in other places The pupils of this school were dis tributed as follows one from Todd county one from Cumberland seven from Green thirtythree from Adair county outside of Columbia the oth ers eighty from tbe town of Colum- bIa We might suggest the inquiry right here are the parents of today as much interested In the cause of educa tion as were the parents of sixtysix years ago If they were would not our school instead of keeping inside of the one hundred notch have two hun dred or wore schrlars In au issue of your paper some months ago you called attention to the fact that this is the centennial year of tbe organization of Adair coun ty and it was proposed that the oc casion be celebrated in some suitable manner The suggestion was a good one and reading over the list of names on this old catalogue reminds me of itand leads me to refer to it here The sons and daughters of Adair have made a good record There is much in it to excite our pride and arouse the spirit of emulation in the rising generation Would it not be a happy occasion were her children and childrens chil drentbe representatives and descend ants of those who have gone out from us to build nOw homes and fortunes in other places to meet in the old town to talk over the past and the work of the fathers and mothers who have gone before and thus to gain new emula tion for the work which we of today bare to do H C BAKER PALESTINE Farmers are very busy plowing for corn and sowing oats It Is feared that the oats are killed Wheat is looking very well In this locality Miss Ethel ColTin Masters Elijah Phelps Herschel Coffey aud Miss Myrtle Coffey are on the sick list Rev J T Ball filled his regular ap pointment at Palestine last Sunday Rev W B Caves of Columbia gave us two ioteiesting sermons list Sun day Tbe people were all glad to see him as this is his old home The wife of Mr Frauds Madaris died March 31 A sabbath School was organized at this place lass Sunday CO JEFFRIES o JEfFRIES Russell Creek Stock Farm JEFFRIES BROS Prps Silver King Jr National Ho 713 S R This beautiful bay stallion was sired by Silver King Sr by Rubbles On Time dam Lady Mounts by Cab ells Lexington First dam byLimber Jim second Old Drennon third thor oughbredSILVER KING JR Is as richly bred as any combined horse that ever entered Adair county is 16 hands high and a perfect model His disposition cannot be surpassed and taking all qualities into consider ation there are few horses in the coun try his equal This fine horse will make the season of 1902 on our farm 1 wile east of Joppa and 1 mile west of Ep persons Mill at the extreme low price pr 3500 to insure a living colt If mare is traded before colt is foaled money is du- eWADEHAMPTON Our jack Wade Hampton will be permitted to serve mares at the same place for 8 oo to insure a living colt DESCRIPTION PJDIOltEE Wade Hampton Is a gray 142 hands 9 years old and guaranteed t9be a superb breeder He was sired by Clssellsno ted Jack ho by imported Mammoth darn by Gundy a Old Duke PREMIUMS We will give as i premium the sea son ofeacn one to the 8tcoJtottbel- rpt Go tS1ia our stables Septem tier 16rh1903I Care will be takan to prevteBt acct o et8 butnot reipoasibie 8bou dflY oour5i JEFFRIES8ROS 1 t f fsr 7 iSiirI71r7tfi1 lcSr5 41 t jL wliginbotbain Iss E CREELSBORO Ky 4Etociit for jfaoiOnaIJ tIotbing 4 WWtW1j tifpSji121i q We Are Still Soil ug The Farmers Friend Corn Drill J NO BETTER MADE Plants Coin Peas Beans and Sorghum with or without Fertilizer attachment All parts metal xcept the handles Our line of farming impliments and stock of General Merchandise is complete It will pay you to see our goods and get our prices before you buy i WHEflT c WILLIflMS MONTPELIER S KENTUCKY aA JACKS AND JOB Will make the season a my miles EaB Fork t a colt Both white points weight and bone Black Clouds sold for 1500 DB3OWELIi1 EAST FORK 1 FIFTH 71NUE HOTHL FiFTH BET STREETS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY c 4sSBefurnshed Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Conveniontto Wholrsaleiand Retail Districts Churches and Theatresi t Pike Campbell A OSt Clair Asst Mgr jack at jack hands high stable 2A of jacks Th i ill luakH the season at Gr dyvill aid serve hi low of ten dollars a vilh vfoial lSB du the ascertai or mare traded or removed front the lei hIJl rhod Jordon Peac has proven himself to be one of the bet Breeders in Kentucky colts have all been sold that are and over at prices f i 100 to 2000 As all the old ones are sold horse men are now ing them at twoyears old at fancy prices If you want a coltt will more than you ever sold tone for breed your i Jordan pnSelIl vr are nrtrt PVof nh gnqrvBP1 he sound ir in piy I will also two first ctasjats it0 o n urit np fouL Money doe when the fact sl edit ni r irjdid j- mov dAllcare to prevent accident but f wil ot4 b r any occur Good grass at 50clnts week L f s j I JO This fine will make the present season toy stable in Milltown for the low sumof5O to insure a mare in foal Money duo when fact is ascertained or inur traded or removed JO 0ABDINis known us the Dr Hancock i a al blackauda sire foal getter aA CHBATHAM MILLTOvVN KY MI BLACK CLOUD- present North COto insure livin 15J hands high black with good fine sire KY JOSDON EACOG Best Stallion Keiitucky will mares price J insure mare hIt fact is 8yearsold bring money te to Mu Fin6JafiK stand in asi WI GRAD GRADYYILLE KENU GARpIN l VV 7 r Why Not MakeY Spring Purchases NOML1 PERSONAL MENTION Mr Fred Hancock has returned am Cincinnati The condition of Mr Oscar Pile reI- ns unchanged Little Henry Reed is thought to be nslderaby better Mrs J R Hindman has been quite sick for the past week Mr Tim Cravens was quite sick sev eral days ct last week Mrs S D Brrbee was quite sick sev eral days of last week Mr J W Hutchins returned from New York last week Mr C H Yates Gradyville was In Columbia last Friday Mr Geo R Miller reached home for a few days last Friday Mr ArN Welts Shelby City was here the first of the week Mr Scott tbe Louisville market Monday1fl liss Ola Wilson has been on the list for the past week rJ V Heizer Gresham was in s place last Saturda- yr Armstrong Hill Campbellsville w s In this city a few days ago Hr W R Lyon made his regula- rt p to Columbia last Saturday rs Mary J Burton the oldest resi d nt in Columbia is quite sick Hiss Pauline Cabell has ancepted a p Itlon in the Spectator officer C E Cain of Pulaski county is v icing his father Mr Silas Cain Ire W B Myers and children t ned from Greensburg last week Ira Tate Turpens condition re n ins about the same as reported last w ek rs R C Eubank is very much proved and will be well in a few c J H Judd who Is in the rev ei service visited his children last Collector Geo Nell spent pi- T la Sunday with his family at this J A Buchanan of Campbells 1 v was here several days ofJest ktcityisw k r G W Dillon merchant at BMeding was in Columbia last bat uri ay iv M B W Grander attended the m ting of Pre ytcrY3t Danville last wek r Conrad Strange of Burksvillc apt t a few days of last week in Cu lot J r W A Coppage Louisville call ed pon our groceryiuuii the first yf week iss Hattie Conovtr who lives near lltPleasant speut labt week with Mr L lHurt Mrs H C Baker is visiting in Leb JlCampbellsville aloe Her husband accompanied ber huuseIt7tbeIB arrived last week Mrs S H Mltchelll and Miss D lie Mitchell visited Mrs Sarah Flowers tha first of the week t 1 Ur W F Jeffries representing the Columbia Oil Company went to the rlYaptte fleldydast Friday 1Jraettie West and children of npbelldvllle are spending a few with relatives in Columbia Hr George Flowers of Glradyvilie to has been a soldier in tine Philip pa returned home last Friday Kisses Annie Agnes and Miranda liovcr spent last Thursday at the neo their uncle John NCoAover IrjW H Jones a native of Adair butnow a resident of Hart Ltiffipent last week in CVlumbiu W C Turpen a worthy young of this place will leave fur Bich this week having accepted a ias clerk in a hotel 1 D Patterson casbJer of th Jamestown was in Columbia ay and Saturday Ho was ao d by his wife and little b J Schooling and wife who t Jamestown on a visit sour e have been detained on ac Mr Schooling who has been s J Strull and wife and Mr Ed rreensburg visited Columbia y They were accompanie- d iBohn of Lonisville who Is of Mrsi Strull- f McCaffree and wife wl fdpexas oo avisit nextThurs- j will attend the Concede r IB at ODallas and will be ahom about thirty day s z av1o and daughter Mi r InobLlckDrF J Taylor and qrS A Taylor of were v Siting their slate- r Corn verfn this city last aile bu e Dr Z G Taylor lire a p Basaatjcall and we e moltL to fHTBlsnthe oval hill Ginafor pubIi cx ti- ti Our Stock is Fu land Complete in all Lines Ail- thi r new things in dress oods trimmings etc ussell Murrell Columbia Kentucky Mrs J G EuDaak and Mrs Geo Staples have returned from Frankfort Mr C M Hobson and wife of Campbellsville were visiting in Co MMessrsham attorneys and W D Rucker Greensburg were here yesterday Mr J B utrey went on a business trip to Lincoln county last Friday Miss Emma Hunn accompanied him to Hustonville Judge Jas Garnett and Hon J F Montgomery are in Campbellsville the former sitting In a special case the latter taking depositions Eld Lawrence Williams of Mont pelicr this left Columbia last Wednesday morning for Carrolton Ky having accepted a call from the Church at that place He if a young minister of excellent reputation and we commend him to tbe people of CarrolltonDr Grady Mr FR Wlofrey G T Sherrill Jas P Beard and Gov ItbeTexas We learn also that Miss Mary Holladay of the county Messrs W W Yates and H C Walker Grady ville N S Mercer and Jas R Tutt Milltown will also make the trip Mr Frank Sinclair who left our community more than a year ago reached Columbia last Saturday and it Is said he will aflaln become a citi zen of Columbia and will engage in th mercantile business Frank was enjoying a good trade when he left us fur Oklahoma and his friends think be will receive his share of the trade when he again swings his sign For the lat six months he has been pleasantly situated in Monticello but there is no place like home LOCAL JOTTINGS Quarterly court is in session J W Jackman has r new ad this week Taylor county is to have a new jail o cost 87500 Born to the wife of Bud vauiibuit on tilt 10iu a daughter Read the invitation extended by Ruff el Murrell this weekfoRv J W Hurufy begins a scries i f nWtinj at CampbeiisviUe tonight Paul an infant son of B v B P Shire Oamribellsville did list Saturday Burn to the wife of W Li Baker Montlcdlfr on Friday ttje 11th inta ten jinufd sob Quire a number nt Adair count rinzciS wiM ntwnd the Ojnfederat R unlori at Dallas texas The Mttentim the ladles is eIle to tbe display ad nf Mrs Emnra T htranpe tnv fihionaWc milliner u todays pap r If you Wf1t th best eurn paoterii the m lrktt see the Planters Frienc and the Empire Shoe Drill sold by W F ffrbsS Son Mr A A Strange Washington D C Plea aavpt our thanks for the 1901 year hunk of Columbia Typo graphical Union which was received this weed A handsome granite stone arrived from Bloomington mod last week and was placed at the grave of MrJ A Atkinson It Is one of the best pieres of work in the cemetery Mrs Nettie West sold her property in Campbellsville last week to Mr Henry Turner She will buy a home m SHOUTS tawl wilt keep houst with hey hro her who Is in business in that city Mr Picuant Monroe and Miss Greet clatilj anN iru ceremony The rolord wan who accidentally killfdaMissBriiwn a white girl at the Liberty Fair was tried last week in the Casey circuit court and given twentyone years In the penitentiary At the time the girl maw killed the negro wasshooting at a whltQmanI rozlCEThis means that if you are owing us a note or account to Jpleasecome forwarda nd settle as we 11are going to unit business JEPPBRBON Joppai gym Our correspondent at iii writes Wheat crops are Hrfikibgf burprisirigly well11 farmers have ed caughtaiargchawk chickens will now get a rest AdlV Wolford who left tiffs country some dmeJIlOJIlUL returned Mr Bait t bought of Buck Books fte rs for tood IW hugs an dying in Ltiisee gtibor t JAflESTOWN eetingry of Tho Fiswil Court and au Order Made for a Now JailU- DOB1RVINEOPPOSESTt1SJ LEVY Jamestown Ky April 10 1902 EDITOR ofNEWS IThe Fiscal l Court of Russell county being in session three days wad ja levy for the purpose of buiidiuga new jail The enterprising citizen generally favored the proposition bu Judge Irvine bitterly opposed it He addressed the Court long and luau taking tbe position that it was a Democratic move and that if the levy was made it would destroy the Republican party in Russell county He arraigneo tbtIthe jail saying that the Judge was ii league with the Democratic party etc Every person who is acquainted wltL Judge Jones knows that he does noi agree with Democrats upon any of the leading questions of the day but he Is a public spirited man and wants to set Russell county come to the frost eHon A P Simpson who is a per sonal friend of Judge Jones score Judge Irvine for his arraignment am wade a fine impression upon the court Your correspondent can nut see why Judge Irvine or any other man shoulo I oppose the building of a new jail Tit old one is almost ready to tumble it unfit for the Jailers family and guest f prlsonelsThe j be light and the people i of the county will scarcely know they are paying Change in Livery The firm of Dillon 8 Hppewell liv ery men of this place sold their stock vehicles provender and business last Friday to Mr S D Barbee and Mr Geo W Robertson Consideration 3100 Mesrs Barbee Robertson also bought the stuck and vehicle hiCII were owned by Mr Henry Fuiks r 8G50 continuing the two stables VIebsrs Diiiou llopewell have baa rpiendid custom rttuce they entered the livery business have wade mugs anu tile only reaaou they had for selling was that the stable belonged to Mr Uarbee and it was only a question 01 unit time when they wuuiU have to 4tve it up Mr Barbee is an old liveryman understands tbe business thor lughly and Mr Bobeiteon being well iiown tnroughout this section asa man of hijih stunning there is uO Joubt but the good reputation of tbe table will be sustained lasts line nee Roberuou both own and culti vate farms and ae iu tine swipe for operating a first class livery Messrs Dillon Uopewell are undecided as to future busioeas but both geutlemetf will likely remain in Columbia It is rumored that Mr Fulks will remove to Texas Since writing the above we learn that MrZ MSt ples isoueibird in t rested with Barbee d BobeftsOn He is an excellent citizen and has been a successful farmer and business man ExCo Jgressman All Taylor of Ten nessee who has made a national rep utation in the lecture field will appear before an audience in Columbia Tues day night July 8 His subject will be Poetry and Pearls Perhaps there uenItlemantwice Governor of Tennessee serve in Congress and filled other high post flags The latter served three term- n Congress and refused the fourth term Alf some years ago was nomi Slatte ing his popularity knew that there was but one man in Tennessee who could defeat him and that was his brother Bob and accordingly the nominated blmThe two brothers canvassed the State together and the campaign was called the battle of the robes one wearing a white rose the others red Bob of course was the victor Papers generally charge from tour ten cents per line for obituaries P to this Die the News liar made no charge fur sucn publication but must ask those who pay tribute tho dead throughthlspaper to make tURry11lifriends Of the de fW84td Eta B U Crosefield who visited WWllthe ChrlstlaB bIn this town be ginning July liyi AtrCroaeW te an able atatarand his people are to IlltiI I f A cigarette cost Mr T Johnston of Cane Valley 8800 last Friday night His barn one hundred barrels of corn farming impliments etc went up in smoke The born was entered by someone who was enjoying a little exuiI ater Mr Martin Wooldridge who seas t2 yearS old a citizen uf Russell county died at bis late home last week He was a good citizen and left consider able property He was born ann reared in Russell and during bis long career never put foot outside of tb Ruth Neat whose home is oi Green river near Neatsburg i metwitl a very serious accident one day las week She was in a buggy and the horse became frightened and Mrs Nea jumped from the vehicle breaking one of her lower limbs A physician soup arrived and tbe injured lady was con veyed to her residence and the limt set At this writing she is doing very nicely Mr A A Strange was promoted last week from the compositors stand t the regular job department the Gov ernment Printing office This promo tion as we understand carries no higher salary but is a high compliment to efficiency and places him in line for further promotion in point of work and salary Mr Strange is a good orinter and has never been accused of whiling away his time There is more business in the Casey circuit court than usual hence Judge Jones is not expected home before tbe middle of this week There was a arge crowd in Liberty the first day of he term and the merchants and men following other avocations did a good business The representative of the New s secured a number of new subscribers and upon his return placed enough work upon the hook to keep Our jobman busy for a week Talk of a campmeeting continues and we desire for tbe second time to state that so far as our information goes and we have heard a large num ber of expressions that there Is not a family in the community who looks with favor upon tbe proposition The officers of the Methodist Church without a single exc ption denounce the move in no uncertain terms We had a tlk with one of the officers of the church Friday night and be authorizes us to state that there will be no camp meeting at or near Co lumbia and that talk to the contrary is bosh The greater yield of parsnips ever known or ever grown iu this part of tbe country was brought to light last Mon day when Mr Ed flughesbegan to un earth a short row of this vegetables He employed a wan to plow his garden and to gather in his parsnips The row was only furl long but a 15 bushel box was filled and Mr Hughes says that a great many were not boxed Ac Ceptinghis statement fully 20 bushels grew in that row Eld John Grady of color is the only witness of this yield fur he was the digger and boxer Mr Hughes will plaut potatoes this year in that same rich garden DECATUR Profs Butcher and Meece are con placei saw mill and moved it to his form C Wade Walters has moved to M T Wilkersons places James Noe hav- Ing moved to Liberty Jack Norman is bucking staves In this neighborhood A few days ago Bill Turpin passed hlba to pistoldwent gu n withaouLdamage running abhnd tiger and Cooper gigot a warrant for his arrest and and two of his coworkers Sidney and William H Roy were placed in jell at Liberty much to the joy of tbe people aYt FELIX Mrs WT Blankenship entertained d quite a number other friends one day lastWeek Stanton visited at Jas toBernards last Sunday Judge S A Ganii was hero one day last veer tWhe s antis convalcecipg tdhe Etev Walker Wilson delivered a very interesting sermon at Welfere Sunday to a large congregation Our Saturday night singing is pro greseiegweryuloely We learn that the feoal court bard tided to remove two of the paegirsiWC this county Thy are thought is be WetcnH1ni1a tHtitIilTII t a TautLeel Live agents fur Ktjntuckynialc and finale to liaudle our new seRlogma chineattnchments just patented Two csntstamp brings full instructions A T Bartlett Cine Yalley Ky 4L 1L caching Next Sunday Solomon Turpen Shiloh J T Hall Pleasant Hill Taylor County W S Dudgeon Pike Schoolhouse John Rice Jerlco Z T Williams Creelsboro W HI C Sandldge Union T Huffaker Pleasant Hill W P Gordon ElroyCT L IIuIsc Buck Burton Pleasant View J P Vanhoy Tabor J F Roach Prices Creek W B Cave Columbia GKADIVJLLLE Mr Jo Moore is about through plantI- ng corn Geo Cox was here last week buying L Hulsa filled the pulpit at- eth MethOdist church Sunday A B Cox and Claud Hurt of Colum bia were here on business last week Sherrod Hatcher of Green county was here last week with plenty of stock totradeW Stotts and brother were shak lug hands with friends here last week Dr Zacb Taylor of Knob Lick and bis brusher Dr F A Taylor of Glas gow passed through our place last week enruute for Columbia to visit their sister Mrs Conover Moss Shuttle sold to John Cum tutus of Sparksville a sawmill for R Sexton an uptodate painter is doing good work on the residence of N H Muss Mrs Ella T Robertson visited icla tives in Columbia last week Mrs Jacob Wilson of Grcensburg is visiting relatives here H A Walker was at Edmonton last week buyingmiiles Mr Oliver Wilson of Edmonton visited his brother J M Wilson last weekJ walker was In Greensburg one day last week uu business Mr Rutit McCutlree was called to uurphice last week to survey some town lots Jamb Nelsou representing A K VorKiiinu Iu the lumber business was here last neck looking utter walnut Lula Allen one of Columbias acciujptiiht young ladles is the guest of Mrs J J Hunter visitedIlumbla one day last week Mr Geo Flowers who has been in the Philippines for some time return ed last week looking as fresh as a young rose Mr Allen Kemp one of our mer chants is at home with mumps It looks like our wheat crop is a tall ure Farmers are thinking of turning tbe ground for corn JJ Hunter H C Walker and W M are in Louisville Any one in need of a first classswing t j while away their idle hours will do well to apply to Pro Gus Hundley The Methodist people will have their church repainted and a nsw yard fence built before district conference which convenes June 1 Mr Sam Richard died on the 9th with dropsy aged 76 years Our Baptist brethren have called Rev Jo Cook of Monroe for one year DurhamE3UHiudmaU 5 cattle 312Sone mule to F P Dohoney 90 4 mules to H A Walker 9410 3 mules to W J Odatre 300 Tbey have for sale 100 sheep 75 cattle and a few send mules NESTER moodLr Our merchants have a fine line of groceries since J F Heats visit re Cora Reynolds a popular youn lady of our town entered the Glenville NormallastMlInday Misses Mattie Reynolds and Virgio Tupman visited Misses Bertha and Pearl Breeding Saturday night Miss Pearl Neat attended R O Cabells singing at JJeateburg last week Profs Murrell and McCaffree had a singing at Schoolhouse Sat urday night Revs G rider and Dunlar delivered Interestiog sermons at Concord Sun day Sundayschools were organized at Concord and Oak Hill last Sunday 3frs8raB MoCaffreeJs s visiting her sJtobtrttin Columbia Mrjbrttry Moore flatted in CarBoel unity Iaat S it rdiir andSamlayl i J SBredingwxif in tblBtloisltf laat w elc Die J B Curry and family TiMM isatly tW A Me- er ftt J ti Spring and Summer Millinerv I invite nil the Indies of Adair and ado ofSiItStylishand Mot Beautiful Stock ever Show Columbia iii ijAullllllu und illljD Goods My prices are exceedingly low and I um sure I please you in every particular Respectfully Mrs Emma T Strang Columbia Ky The Jones Implements are the Best on Earth The Jones Chain Mowers and Jones Lever Binders are Machines of the Highest Merits Repairs always ou hand For a good Buggy good Harnesejand Saddlery I am prepared to serve you Remember I can sell you a good Cultivator Cheap for Cash Call on me 1J W JACKMAN r COLUMBIA KENTIli KY R TESTON MANAGER W B WAi SON CLEKY MURRELL HOTEL GLASGOW KY On public square opposite CourtHouse Newly furnished Hot and cold water electric lights Headquarters for traveling men Table firstclass PLENTY OF SAMPLE ROOMS ONLY FIRSTCLASS 8200 A DAY HOTEL IN GLASGOW 3rtiEJ E BELLS Lml I 7th and Market I Eugene Bell Manager Louisville Ky I 0 IEfWill be thoroughly Overhauled and Renovated and will be 11 rformerlyfrontage at226 228 and 230 7th street where the entrance office and lobby will be located and will be conducted on both American and European Plans American plan 3100 perl t Iday up European plan 50c per day up BgjQood Order and Polite Treatment Guaranteed t r u r LOUISVILLE BflRGflIN f STOREVHas Just Opened an Elegant Stock of Goods in the Tutt Building Columbia General Merchandise A Generalline of Merchandise Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods will be made a specialty A choice line of Ladies and Gents fine Shoes in fact everything kept in a general store z To The Publicg togthe people of Adair dadjoining counties at the very rr shortest profits We ask you to come and examine our stock and compare our prices It is our intention to please the public KVITIThe harrlJL GO INCORPORATED 0 Whole sale am R8tallD6a16r In S Carts Lace Curtainst PortiersIi- iidleums i tf Mattui s Oil Olothx Etc SthwaatCeraer i6raokJ tlaelt34g- 7 LouiVi1le 1z L r p r rEleotioii of Senators tier ofT Cyi earner asks for ndWitatMiuL jjt the advantages jbe expo ltd from the election of WieifcttorsDV direct rote of the people IlrstIIi britgs the government nearer to the peoplea sufficient vantage in Itself for it enables the people to select whom they wlsh nd to punlijh those why betray their trust Secoid It avoids the corruption that wi iu iiereabligaKuueicy ia at tending the election M seuuturs oy leg islatures Third It enables the state legisla ture to attend to state matters und s turbed by national politics The objeu ions to the reform come Krst from those who thInk thlio the tors represent tnti states and that iiiaiy In the senate woud be K They are mistaken While Is represent the states they- resent the state administra Ihe people of the state and Aion of equal representation fa any way effected by the mod c lon second objection comes from ho have confidence in the jud JLg iiotisni of the people and t them with the selection entatives in the objection comes from peo iv present great corporations that the corporations cannot popular elections as effective y k can elections by legislatures I lijrth objection comes from Vi who think that it is cheaper ast easier to buy a majority i giSlature than to buy a majority io people W J Brya- nTARTER I O tr071ng is about over and farm c era are preparing foi their corn crop 1J O White has had a severe attack measles W D Tarter and W G Shepherd who have been in Texas fur two months have returned home- J C White and E W Shepherd re weekrMr Gwinn Bradsbaw was through I ter last weAk looking after bogs- i Mr Walkt r Bryant has moved his w mill and ul now in active work rW L Bgwtiuaa nnd S F White TJjJLicra farm of W W Bradshaw rice not known J Ot and J T White were in Liber lust eek Miss Tints Webb was the guest of xi Florence White Sunday night Mr Ben Graut and wife of Absher sited relatives here Sunday A little cnild of J W Gooden got tkrrdly burned last week t t lorn to the wife of E W Shepherd laughter ftQbtCravcns and wife have return fromKnox county M Eoberds was in Campbellsvilje evdays ago on business trern to the wife of Ben Grant a jiyhtery- T H Tarter and Leo Bryant who Va in Illinois report they are not well iascL 5tr Lec Morgan went to Creelboro st SaturateY on business Mr JbhnVhite of Ozprlc and Miss e ja Webb of Russell county were ippily warned Vat Jamestown last younrg s ud best wishes J This item is for the fifteenyearold I wlib thinks ip is a smart thing to j so ineanat school that heSvears- ut the life 6f his teacher and destroys aeKOcd work which the school wa ntended to accomplish This Sort of in athens are found In country as well ascltyscboolts They are too big for a little woman to thrash and seem to have no moralsense which may be ap pe cdtoiow boys you are the architects of your own fortunes You can improve the educational advantages given yon lid become useful and woriby citizens or you can raise Cain asylu do In school graduate from thus tuabrakebcamtrampanddie a dirty bum You can make your Chula The sure way to get into plenty of trouble when grown to man hood is to make lots of trouble In the sciioolroom You ought to have the tmeanness well licked out of you but t teacher 1IJrdoit your parents i wont and theschool board had rather ifnHcu than lick you Fun and plenty of it a birthright of American boys but your type of meanness is not fun itisthe outcropping of the heathen In your and belongs with the Moro or Tagalsof the hjllpplnes rather than with the peoplo of civilized North America Turn over a new leafTexas Cornet Bishop 0 P Mes of Ooviug towho leaves for Koinej was preeeuted with a SfloflOOOI by tlwr oliergy of the diocese r r r J Stricken Wit Jerks Rev Mr Thackcr and tbirrcp e hcutaliVeaof ap cufdr tfctt arc hold ing a revival here They have no ere d turf du nut ask the concert to mite with auy partcnlar church One ut their particular socgs is as follows If you want to bee the devil run Shoot him in the back with a gospel gun JJTCU want to Stc the devil trot Shoot him in the back with a gospel eliot They claim that their religion is Holy Ghost eel8funand if the sin ner will come to the altar he willbe wonderfully blessed if becomes penl tently praying Their service Is begun by singing and praeraLd then a short sermon by Mr Thacker or some lesser light At the close everybody is requested to unite in praying aloud and hundreds of voices can be heard in a confusion of sounds Some will con time praying some singing others- e crying and shouting at the highest pitch of their voices and some will dance a peculiar dance Some are selz ged with the shakes or jerks which will last for hours Others are strick en prostrate on the floor Their bod forehours they lie in an apparently uncon sclous or hypnotic state One young woman while under the peculiar influence had to be hauled home early last week and has since been under a physicians care One young mans faith was so great bathet- l attempted to walkacross the water of Kennecojnlch Creek only to receive a cold bath It was announced wday that he would attempt to walk across the Ohio River and long before thee hour set hundreds of people had con gregated on the wharf to witness the spectacle but the young man did not appear Vanceburg Ky Cor Courier Journal A Kentucky Industry While Louisville has many of its pay ing lines of trade and industrYr the leafhtobacco says the e seventeen Louisville ware =otises are engaged in selling the leaf at the rate of 5000 hogsbeads per week and as these hogsheads average 880 to 885 in value It means the distribution of nearly halt a million dollars weekly throughout the State Louisville be ing the place of sales gets the advantages of the spending of a great part of the proceeds with resulting benefit of her retail and jobbing merchants The buyers of tobacco come from allover the world tobacco being one of Kentuckys principal articles of export Sales abroad last year by the United States reached nearly 828000000 more of the proceeds coming to Kentucky than to any other State of theUnion as this is by far the largest producer although Tennessee Virginia and Nortb Carolina also contribute to the exports The best that can be done with the tobacco grown in Connecticut Florida Texas Wisconsin andIt other States is to use it as substitutes in the cigar and smoking manufacture and this is greatly helped by the heavy tariff on the imports of liner goods While this raw material yields large cash returns to this and other Southern States tbe profit would be much great erif itwere worked up into the finished products at Tiomc Kentucky Las made a start at this having more dependent tobacco factories than any other State in the Union Many of these are dolpg well and are backed by paysout or goes State and also the profits they are able to make in is a pity the great bulk otI Kentuckys natural monopoly is notI worked up heref1t it were it would mean many millions more than it does now Joke on Senator MpUreary Senator elect McCreary of Kentucky has been in Washington lookingjover the body in which he will soon take a seat McCreary is a great campaigner said John W Yerkes the Inter naltRevcnUi Comthibbioner When lie Wentthe rounds of his district he kissed all the babies praised the Ing of tbVhousewlves judged the cattle of the farmer and adapted hitoself to all circumstances One night Jie drove up to they house of a farmer to stuff allnlglit but arrived after the supper hour The good woman of iAe house Insisted on getting his supper but he iusisted and said he would take anything cold she had She told hAm the bad some cold haw and some cold t biscuit and would warm the couee Never mind warming thecoffee mad amsaid McCrpary I prefer it col- dNet morning at breakfast the good lady handed himacup pfcWckJy look Ing liquid sayings Gve rnori youI Beemed tp enjoy the co1d chtieesa u I Cl1 saved fioiic forTOurariiakyiitlii s J M t 4r yi- i f r IObituary daughter of Grceu B and Martha SwiLls was born lu UuiMill couuiy Ky February 26 1654 She was a gOd uLlldvaud ben but twelve years old she gave her heart to God and soon after united with the M E Church South and loved her church and was true to God She read her Bible daily and would not allow herself when in school though busy tit1ller studies to Ltgl ct tle read Wnf Gods word She was diligent iii tier efforts to acaulre knowledge and was developing bush heart and brain as all young people bLuuld do and was consequently a girl vbom the people loved and whose Willie in as ointment poured forth She ulwuys said her prayers before retiring at night would nut neglect this matter under any cir cumstances and by reason of her dev lion to God she kept in touch with Him and let her light shine to those about her She attended school in Columbia several months about one year ago where I am sure she is remembered kindly and was in school at Lexington Ky when she was taken sick and where she died after being sick eigti teendays March 10 1902 Shenas brought home for burial pear Foothill Russell county Hers was a short life but by no means a failure Her fathers home was the happier because of her beautiful life and her friends and associates were helped by her example and now that she is gone from us though our hearts are now sad yet in coming years we shall be the better and the happier because of her sojourn here She leaves a father mother brother and sister to mourn their lush May Heaven give them consoling grace and bring them tot final reun ion in the skies JESSE L MURUELL Didnt Know Him Last fall a prominent farmer of the Zion neighborhood Henderson county had an old mule he did not care to feed through the winter His tenyear old nephew wanted It and wanted it bad He presented It to the youngster who wok it home says the Henderson Gleaner The mule did not receive a kindly welcome from the young mans father but it remained about three months when the kid concluded he would sell it offered it to a horsetra der and parted company with it fur 315 Mr Horsetrader clipped the mule and otherwise fixed it for sale Now our farmer friend sping cowing concluded he wanted a mule to take hOld Dans place He came to town and met a Horse trader who had a mule to sell but while he was pleas ed with the mule did not think he was worth the price asked680 He bought elsewhere Later meeting the Horsetrader he offered his ware and 820 boot for the mule which offer was at once accepted Going home wne j the mule reached the gateof his broth erinlaws farm it insisted ou going in He got out of the buggy to lead back into the road He recognized OldDan He looked at Dan and said If I had a knife Id cut your worthless throat COMING CONTEST FOR 190fe I Challenge the World For I have JOG the remedies that cant be beat in the cure of chronic complaints catarrh neuralgia toothache headache sore eyes eczema piles tetter flux coughs colds kidney iver and stomach troubles Sick headache curerj in 20 minutes These remedies are purelyvegetable Send for Sample worth their weight- In gold Wilt give best results by mail 25c Bartletts challenge cough cure best on earth Cures bran chitis menaliraieous croup Best for weak lung It will stop the spitting of blood gives strength to the whole system Unlike any othor cough cure ever offered to the pubJic Should be in every house for emjrgency Investigate If not satisfied your money refunded These are facts without frills Dont fall to give to give this cough cure a trinity mall 25c prepaid Prepared and sent by A T Bart leiMCane Yailey Ky Prince Henry will represent Em poror William at the coronation aft Ring Edward TWsWUIInoorestMany Botagic Blood Balm BB B the mous Southern blood purifier quickly cores cancer blood poison pimples boils carbuncles ulceft eating sores fectotala eczema aching bones fonts er tack rheumatism catarrh and alt Wfeod and skin troubles B B B heals Vevery sore and mikes the blood pure bloodIJ1ur l r treatmoetfree by writing Biood Balm AlilaetltGa4w 4 r oRcORN nA I vl PRP1 TORS OF TiE Lebanon MarblejY J1 iLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE GRANITE WJ1l li 1 li i- lRtOE3 LOW WOxh GUAR TED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices 1eis than ever offend before We are prepared to all kinds if maFnnry work sash as foundatT fronts etc tFJEFFIIFSTnca Agrntrhubist Ky L L v HALL W BENNETT HALL BENNETT DEALERS IN 7IfAll Kinds of Stoves Ranges Tin warb Pumps Lmeun CeniPnt Tin Xoafinz and Guttering a Specialty Your Patronage SoIIcite aI COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Surgery in Kent clrSaJ1 1 They laid the Kentucky gentleman on the operating table His revolver was in his strong right hand Boys he said to the assembled surgeons I know this is gol u to be a serious affairs But let me tell you hometbin And he revol-ver If I have to go Ill certainly want company An if you matte way with me while Im under the influence of your dunned opiates Ive got six sons at home who would be only too delighted to show you what they think of your lack of skill in case It does lack And theyd be prepared to fol loW you around from Kings bridge to Kingdom come until they even up things for the loss of their old dad Thats all Cut away Perhaps it is unnecessary to add that the operation was completely success ful Cleveland Plain Dealer Justice Gaynor of New York Supreme Court handed down a decision in which be held that picketing by strikers was not a subject for injunction Ho said that courts should only interfere in cases of obvious necessity The Senate Committee on Mili tary Affairs rejected the Presi dents nomination of Capt Wil- Liam Crazier recently appointed Chief of Ordnance with the rank of Brigadier General Crozi r is said to be the inventor of a woven wire gun The seven monthsold child of Mr and Mrs Johu Romine of Washington county was accident ally smotherEd to death Dan Harris was accidentally shot and killed in Hopkins county by Bee Utterback Both wero miners and aged eighteen years You can get the and Comoner one year for 165 An emigrant train on the New York Central was wrecked and many persons were injured Prof M W Cushman of Indi anti dropped dead at Jacksonville Fla Bens Reswni Lebanon Ku Frank Bell Proprietor GrMeals 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 WUmore Hotel W UI WDDMOBE Prop Qradyville Kentucky iHERR is no better place to stop than at the aboved named hotel nrsrclasc1tabletable attach- edVETiERY SURGEONs Nfstate P llevl SplnW Spavin or nsy iass work die atfarr prices Idu tttxraa SATISFACTION Ma fixed toiake care etsck rlr X719 n 1iiJ i i REMEMBER That you can liud a nice Watch or a DlaiwondWare or Silver Table Ware at very low prices or even if you only need your watch repaired go to see LEONARD HUBER JEWELER 712 W 3IirketSt Louisville Iiy PARSON MOSS T CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind jt work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable asany firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co H iJ5itr4OilK J Too much houscworjc wrecks uieas nerves And the caroof children day and often too trying for even a WOI woman A hapganl face tells story of tho overworked and mother Deranged Icccorrhtca and falling womb result from Every housewife needs a uenscsIto regulate her menses keep her sensitive female in perfect condition W9 IEOf CbRDUi is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and hat js why she writes this frank letter Giadcane Ky Feb I am so glad that your Wino of Cardni is helping me I luu feeling better thair I have felt for years I am doing own work without any I washed last weer and was notone bIt tired That shows that the Wino is doing me good I am getting Jeshler than I ever was before md nod eat Before I began taking- winoof fbCf I used to havo to lay down five or six times every day but nowldonotthintof down through the dar Jonas 8100 AT DRUGGISTS lltcntnn trine trmp Advtor neptmat ttnovia nanoegeTan LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping i u 355 75 Light shipping v 4 404 85 Best butchers i 3 754 50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 75 Common tomediumbKJhr 2 253 00 nOGs Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300lbsvv 6 40 Fair to good packing 160 to 20pfl 5 95 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 5 70 SIIKEP AND LAKBS Good tb extra shipping Sheep 2 252 40 Fair to good 2 503 J5 common tim tIium 1 002 00 otter Rt WGller lebn F Neat with OTTER eg COW- HOLESALE GROCERS nnd COMA ISS IOH- Hes214 to 230 xtSt Iaouisvf4tts Iroittitek yr Jir 1 f 1itf ftr r 1 Ts i fiiliii stY1Biigbnies t Our supply of plows Disc Harrows Wagons and Buck boards is the largest ever offered to the people of Green and adjoining counties FERTILIZERStWe h of fertilizer and sell at prices that will pay you to travel 100 miles to buy fJ Ufbod5o9 lewis 8 Bro Greensburg Kentucky PATTERSON HQTHO JJ1l6ST0MlN KYI j SFNo better place can be found than at the above named hoteh It is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with f the beet the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON h aoyv CHAS A BHID WG BRIDGE Farmers ship your tobacco to the old reliable FiC et TQbacc J Via1ZebQ1ISe IhIDHPLNDHIYTr C BRIDGES 6t COiPROPRIETORS i- J Cor Eight and Main Streets r fFour months storage free f Louisville Kentucky1 d USSElilkrSP11IflOS T10TEh GEO L KIA1BLE KY moo- is now open lot the traveling public the year round It is a ar ecommdi Sbuild lug as the picture in il indicates and is run firstclass J every particular Je VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop an11LOUiSVille Homeseekers Excursions ILEAT LOW RATES TO T- HEWEST Tickets on Sale First and Thir Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY lCi Also Low Col6nist One Way Rates 4o 1h Northwest and California Points XV XV For Further Information Addresse 11 GARRETT Tnv Pus Aunt LLd1RfVBV i Gen IPess Atent LOUISVILLE KY r f t Ia