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ITHE ADAIB OOUN Y NEWS I 03LUM3IA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WENESDAI OCTOBERs 1902 V M 5 NUMBER 48 FOUNDED IN 1853 FORTYNINTH YEAR Ills f Migb Reboot Wants pout Sons anb Slaughters This wellknown=old institution of learning has taken on new life It is now ell teringits mostsuccessfulsession I wit flattering prospects for the largest enrollment in its entire history NO TIME TO IDLE None but progivssivo young people wanted Discip line firm Pupils must advance in learning Prof T A Baker Principal J W Flowers First Assistnt POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J BUSSLLI Postmaster Office houre week days to jm COURT DIB15CTO K iBOOlTConRr Three sersionp yearTWM t uday In January third Miudaylri Mnyau1 ttird Monday tn September Circuit Judge WWJones Jommonwealth s Attorney H Aaron ShenffF W Miller a ircult Clerk JB Cofley 3oo fT Cot7atFirst Monday to each taunt Judge A Murrell County Attorney JasQztnett Jr 0 irTTh SmlU JallerJ K P Coaover AszejsorB W Dnrton Purveyor RT McCaffree School SuptW Jones 5oronerC Russell Regularcourt fcon Monday each month JulijeHpBiker Alt rniGordon Mont owr MarshallJ W Co- yCLLLJRCII DIREOOUV PRESBYTERIAN viiiBSTBBMRevM Oroirwr jastor Services second and fourth Suud n each month Sundaytcho L T1 sabbath Prayer meetlug j lrtlL tight OBKSVILLB Rtv w Ouduu pntor Serrlcei Sunday rich inh Sunday ohool every Sabbath I n lt met ng Thursday night BAPTIST Bev Mtor Services third Sunday lueachmouh i 2ndayschot every Sabbath et a m Pr neetlng Tuesday night OHRISTIAN PiEd T Pastor Services First Sunday in evh month Sundayschool every Sabbnti a Prayer meeting Wednesday nlll DODGES MASONIC r No Fand MRcu ar meeting In their hall over ink on Fro Jay night on or before the cull In eac mouth JasaarntttJrM WJI- KBMPSscy B mteU Friday night afterfuli moon JR II Secretary coDDDocKDcoccQ- xI cwo CS GRADY f 1DENTIST I 1SrciAL attention vw t Gold Filling Crown and ii far work sf7OFrtcE over 11uiilo Murrclls Store Columb Kv Jxxxyxxc WEo Xr = C FOSTER + 44 GhronJp Diseases a Spseity- andGoiisuituton Exini iTariMii Free at QuV e MAHCUM HOTEL Ooiimbi Ktueky 8ci9ti1ieShooingttn ehoelnofsboeirig horses with dieuasid hoofs aud gnu r utee satifact ion My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee Robertson Give me your work J W COFFET JDr Um 1tntrong Dentist Wmble SullMnfl c Uicctous8ThIto5pm Y t SICK OF HENDEESON SpeakerI Iira Opposition Includes the Very Flower of Kepubllcnn 1nrty In JUs District Predict Vic tory for hole A special telegram to the Chicago Chronicle from AYaverly la under Wilferplace who was chairman of the dem ocratic congressional convention which nominated Horace Boles is of the opinion that if Speaker Henderson had remained in the field he would have been beaten at the pout It Is true that Mr Henderson received a plurality of more than twoyearsago said Mr Miller but pojine anilllar vrltlj past conditions here will accept that as an IhOixof his strength it the present time nor as an indication f the relative strength of the two Teat parties either then or now In the democrats disgruntled tinS divided perhaps more than In any other district of the state really permitted the election to go by default while the Hen derson forces put forth as much energy as If their candidate was in actual danger ot Oefeata rule that they have worked by It may be sate Ip passing ver slnpe Me Henderson first ublcan can didate this district years ago Criterion In Cummins Election The result last year when Gov mins received less than 6000 majority would better serve to indicate the repub lican majority In the district but even these figures are tpo high Gov Cummins it should be remembered was tho Idol of his own party and had hosts of democratic admirers besides while his opponent Phil lips was an obscure man and haphazard nominee whose whole campaign consisted of a demonstration of his unfitness for the AddJwlthloUtdespair and discontent It Is safe to assume that over a thousand ordinarily stanch democrats voted for Cummins while as man more refrained from voting at all Make the deduction from the republican maiorltjf contained In te fhfcts ypu hav but about a the majority that Former Gov Doles will have to overcome to achieve success Is the grand old man equal to this accomplish meat say yes most emphatically Voters Sick of Henderson In the first place the rank and file of his own party were and are heartily nick of Henderson They have had Henderson for breakfast and dinner and supper year in and year out till they feel like the partici pants In a quaileating contest This feeU Ins of nausea has been growing tor some years apt hits tow an acute form lenIn n word there is though more aggravated in some places than others no part of his district Is free from it Tho opposition tp Mr Henderson In his party is not lacking In effective lead ottiHenderson gave ample acknowledgment of this fact when he ordered the snap vention at which his last nomination was made which was called four months In ad vance of the ordinary time ofholdlng such conventions In this district This unseemly haste was to head off Senator Courtrlght the suggestion of whose candidacy hadimet with the heartiest approval everywhere Uiiafnblc nil Great issues 2Colrepresentjpeople can record that he has been unstable on all great questions of national Import that he was first for free silver and then against ft that he was first against Cuba llbre and then for that he was first against the rei tentlon of the Philippines and then for it It must not be inferred of course that ese ard other shifts have been made to meet the changing sentiment In his district Quite tile contrary He has flopped aroun4 without regard to what may have been the opinion pfhlsconstltucpls having supremo cbnfldpncc that they would get into the fiend wagon and hurrah regardless of the direction which he proposed to guide it Incomprehensible as it may seem theI blind allegiance he demanded of lila porters has heretofore been given almost without protest but there Is a limit tothe gullibility tven of an Iowa republican and this limit wa apparently reached when Mr Jlendtrson began to berate and sneer at those republicans who were simple enough to assume that the tariff reform and antitrust plank that the astute Mr Cummins slipped Into the republican plat form at Cedar Kaplds last year meant what lit said Call Him Tariff Trust Tool That afforded his enemies the opening t hpy ha J long been looking for and they were not slow to take advantage of It They stand upon the platform they say He does not Therefore they oppose him consistently and without the sacrifice of party principle on theirs part Moreover they are making cUt damaging case against him by claiming that his opposition to the platform is a confession that he a tool of the tariff protected trusts through whose favor he was elected Another thing Mr Henderson had to cppterid with Is a horde of dlsappolnted fice seekers The offices of the district seem generally to have gone to the wrong men Time was when Mr Hen ron like the hero of a song that did service on the vaudeville stage last year could turn down an office seeker so politely that the sting of defeat was easily alloyed but of late he has lost this knack entirely Asd conre quence the disappointed ones generally men of Influence and standing in their spective communities are all knocking instead of holding theHenderson bag as they have done in times vast iraI ftboiuer thing cast worried nctioerson istne pronioitionists wno nays an active Iud brilliant candidate in the Held In the person of Rev Mr Earl of Waterloo Roles Strung Ihe Itnrc Mr Doles itliJ Iowas foremost states manearnest lioncit itarliis anti fair without guile without conceit and without ambition save to serve his party ard his country In the way that his judpm ril conscience may direct With such condi tlons as have descrlbnJ Mr e suc cess not a remote possibility It is a strong probability irdtd iiut an sumEd tact The most probabJe explanation of Mr Hendersons withdrawal is that he feared that he would be beaten in the coming election He imist have known tIle state offf elipg arcong his constit uents and he would harfH have ed to the opposing forces in his own party if he hail believed that he could be elected in epite of tim At nit events his withdrawn Is the tnost striking demonstration possible of IK strength of the tariff refrm senliniei among the republicans of the middle westN Y Pus- fjQOSEVELTSVERS4TILITY Urlllinnr Hrrntic nnd Curious Sort of n Man nod Other NceaUVV Opt jo I1 When Coy Roosevelt in 1900 broke his explicit pledge to numerous politi cians that he would not under any clr pumstnnccs boa candidate for the vice presidency and accepted the nomination lie incurred the ill will of many politicians who hind taken him at his word and had planned accordingly Amongst these was Congressman Grosvenor of Ohio who during con- Tention week was the special corre spondent of the New York Journa In a letter dated Tupp 17 1000 pub lished in the Journal of June IS he said of Roosevelt It he Is nominated It will very soon bo understand that the game has been one In which he himself has participated either as an organizer or as consenting to the honors Roosevelt takes any stock In this sort of thing It tenet Relieved that he will consent to lend to the Injury of men who relying upon his early consIderationwouldfaithfully made their own campaign for nominationThe of June 19 1900 contains another letter from Mr Grosvenor in which he said Tho demand of Mr Platt anti the Quay Platt combination Is that McKinley shall bo forced to take adflstastefuPrunnipmaI of their selection Again in the Journal of June Mr Grosveuor said There Is something new here under the sun We have a brilliant erratic and ous sort of man Ills enemies are trying to destroy him and a great horde ofsclflsb coldblooded politicians are trying to use him for their own selfish ends That man is Theodore Roosevelt They the men back ot Roosevelt are willing to push him off anddump him on the presidential ticket In the sole and sordid Interest of themselves and their own schemes in politics As to Roosevelt himself lIe added It will be said of him either that he Is a dishonest man or else that he did not want the place that he was simply taken possession of by the men who hated him and forced Into a position in order that they might get rid of him The game of politics is still in play nnd now we find Congressman Gros venor as the Tight owc of the presi dent who is this same brilliant cr ntie and carious Roosevelt Verily poUttes mal0 strange bedfellows PUBLICITY FOR THE TRUSTS They tire Wiiiug to Accept Anything That Will HooUulnktlic People The New York Commercial which is a staunch republican and protectionist jaurnal assures us in the issue of Sep tember 9 1902 that Notwithstanding report to the con tracy corporation lawyers and representa tives of the big combines are not all offend cii by the attitude of President Roosevelt toward the industrial comblna tlons They claim that so far as they know no steps have been taken nor will be taken in the matter influencing thepres Ident to desist from forcing the issue to the front They argue that tho president Is advocating publicity In Its connection with combinations is voicing the sentiments of organizers as well as owners of combi nations that have been created on legiti mate lines Said a corporation attorney a Publicity is what we desire Certainly the trusts desire anything that will throw dust in the eyes of the people so that they cannot clearly see the tariff and other special privileges that foster and protect the trusts and enable them to fleece the public The assurance of the Commercial that the trusts are not offended by the atti jude of the president was not necessary He never by any chance men tions the tariff in connection with trusts and is very particularin many other respects not to offend them If he can by refusing to discuss the tariff postpone the evildays for trusts he will be their best friend lIe is ing his part nobly Vill they show their appreciation in 1904 Of course In free trade England the industrial combinations called trusts afford little cause of complaint for the ment any of them should undertake to raise prices above the normal level for eign competition would flow in to re dress the balance in favor of the Brit ish consumers Iif the United States on the other hand the tariff enables 4he trusts to plunder consumers y warding off competition Philadel phia Record V MO TROUBLE r The Affablo clerkana the Lady Wilt LookingI ptbcoun rtmdiit stores recently and asked to be shown some dress patterns suitable for early autumn wear The salesman onfheloWestrowofelvedcompart- and pulled out and openedbox after box until thecoiintejon either hisiclimbeda ladder to the upper rows- and staggered down under a weight of box patternsunil whCa the wom t J an took a survey of the shelves but two patterns remained unopened Then she said very sweetly fdont think Ill buy any today Pm sorry to have troubled you but you see I only came in to look for a friendNo trouble whatever madam ho replied politely Indeed if you think your friend is in eithcrpf tho remaining two boxes I dont mind opening them too Philadelphia Times FREEpOM FROM TRUSTS No Repnlilloan President orCongreil Urn Up to the Prcacn1 Drought It About eptibhieanghavethe government executive legislative and judicial fluriogf this period the trustshastions from the pibUo hove been en larged and extended to most of the necessities of life The coalcombine and the beef trust are examples of duringthistion The opening of this era of republican rule was emphasized by the enactment of the Dingley law many schedules of which were not only intended to pro actuallypreparedand therefore were entirely in their findingilicopselves protected then began a series of great combinations that staggered the com mercial world anti have gradually raised prices of most necessities to the highest notch over before known Naturally the voters begin to kick at these exactions und attempts were made by the democrats in congress to reduce them The present executive ill his first message to the congress recommended publicity as IIn antidote but no notice was taken of this recom mendation by the republicans in gress Jt remained for democratic senator to propose an amendment to the census bill on the lines of President KooseveUg conunendation A vote vyos taken and Ill the republicans present voted against it and all the democrats for it hut it was defeated for the republicans were in command of situation The political situation became more tculo nud upon the close of the first session of the Fiftyseventh congress the president determined stayUICof controlling these vast corpora speecitesthatthan publicity of trusts transactions unless an amendment to the constitution can be bad but this would only be available to n future gen clamoringforconstitution requires twothirds of congress V vote to propose it anti threefourths of all the slates to ratify such change Clearly this is an impossible achievement if tho present temper of congress is con tinued besides the further obstacle of nil but onefourth of the states agreeing to the same The corporations control over onethird of the senate was stated by Senator Morgan and it is doubtful if they do not control a greater percentage of representativesUnder republican party be relied on to con trot the trusts It would seem to be unlikely and Improbable Granting that President Roosevelt is sin cero in his trust baiting will lie be able to bring his party to the same form of mind But unfortunately there are strong indications that tIme president himself is but lukewarm in his antitrust fight If lie were sincere would lie be silent on the principal remedy for stopping the extortions of the principal combine by saying not a word about revising prOjtectlonthe people to the tune of from 30 100 per cent toI Nor does he say a word about stopitopen The law of Pennsylvania for bids railroads to operate mines or thefederalcombines can be piinishcd by fine and imprisonment anti the judicial arm it of the government could enforce The miners of Pennsylvania have behaved with wonderful moderation but no word of praise or encourage bythethe public on much less important matters at great length and minute ness hookforreIpublican 1OPINIONSAND Jr7BefVre Tpm Johnson js Ugl with hinfcAIark TTannawillpro a bly be railing for an arbitration board Chi ni Daily News Ind If the president continues tbrace up the Monroe doctrine tiMe of Our foreign friendsmay think t really needs doctorlngChicago Post Rep Mr Hanna professes sublime confidence in republican victory in Ohi but there is some reason to believe thaIte is just as well satisfied that yearChicagoWhen giganlip corporations have acquired contro of everything anti entire community a at tneir met beraatiotoial oYnershlp of their property 4dt i ROOSEVELTS TRUST POLICY the Chief executive Evidently Lacks the Courage to Openly Face tlicIttnuc rThe New York Tinfes thus sums up President Roosevelts indefinite inca herent programme for the remedy of the trust evil The president talks with great zeal and oarnestrcjs about nfriicdylnff evils which omendmentwhlchhe withthpill a a time hop a r he have WtStansentimenttsfeahttile It will In recalled tin the last preIhouse and senate und an imp rtant bill by a republican member the Dab cock billto meet the trust evil Even the presidents appeal for a publicity bill was taken account of by these bills But what came of this rush of legisla tion by the republican raajorityin congress or through President Eoose volts intervention Every scrap or scrimpagc of it was sidetracked il was not even allowed consideration all testvotes were dexterously avoid ed The Babcock bill breaking up- the partnership between tho trusts and the Dingley tariff was suppressed President Roosevelt was unquestionably a party to Ibis policy of avoidance and evasion lie uttered no word ad vising action on or even the considera tion of these antitrust bills They approvalition demonstratively in the power of congress the president has started out on his stumping tour with a great hul amendIdevoting lila stumping swing of the political circle is clearly one of eva couragetopression on the antitrust bills before congress and then declares nothing can be done but by impossible remedy of a constitutional amendment This will throw the question over un lii1 after the next presidential election leaving the president his opportuni ties to humbug both the trustand antitrust people His party want the votes of one section and the money anti power of the other Iowa Tariff Chirp IAn abused editor of the re campaign book evidently had a straight tip when he threw cold wa ter on tariff revision for the leaders of that party rom president down to pothouse politicians are ignoring the question Occasionally a chirp is heard from western states that indicates they believe the trusts can best be downed in that way For instance ifoinesiiegisterdecarlag There Is not so very much difference legislationAboutthe tariff revised bu tin such a way as not to disturb our Industrial prosperity others are willing to have It revised providing It prosperityThereIt Is much wore Important to magnify the common purpose and to go about accom plishing It In a harmonious and effective manner The charge is freely made that his speeches about restraining trusts are only declamation that he knows M3iSttf t e done tbnt IIJE ronstl tutionat amendment Mill taKe years to get if it is ever secrurod at all But in cutting away the tariff protection of trusts there is something definite that repubIieansit be done Unless time president is willing to rest under the suspicion that he is talking claptrap for political purposes he will soon take occasion to say that he agrees with those ardent supporters of his in the west N Y Post DRIFT OF OPINION The president has slain a wild boar but he tloesnt appear to be able lsogAtlantaMr RoOsevelt has repeatedly said of late that he firmly believed an amendment to the constitution of the necessaryjntheead Mr Lodge on the tjlher hand depre pates talk of a constitutional amend meat iVlsuebiotimate friemdSvdis agree eVer so little what can be ex pnrtyspriI cir g good devdl shufflings about monopolies another gv od man gone wrong and on whose brow they will dedibod Political trees like others must Sojudgedacts and words of President Roosevelt and majority in congress are symbolized by the barr n fig which our LordcursexiPorjinnd Me Aigus evidentlyrtnriifIquestfonXlreniJy Tarjfacturers representing eiesy state in the union is talking very plainly to the president saying nong other far from pleasant things that he has been misled by certain friends and complimenting the repn blicans who chemeUponpresifct aredemocr4 tS50 divided in sent ltstherep iblicans are upoprth practical quest ons growing out ArguswdwFowls r uppflBcd fo xTe been 14PPRtoLambsuccuI ucy ofJ aslP 0 m YOU Going west THE Nen dte IS NAMING Exireme Gfteap Rates TO WEST AND NORTHWEST TO ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA If you are interested and want further information address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Traveling Passenger Agent Genl Passenger Agent LOUISVILLE KY ETit =WITH tl JI Bach Boot and Sho Company No 33 West Pearl Street Cincinnati Ohio Solicits the trade of the merchants in Southern Kentucky Complete line of samples carried and satisfaction guaranteed USZEuLtsPci1os tiOTE RUSSELLSPRINQS KY 3 iiE Is open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious building as the picture ndicates and is run first class inevery particular 5 EE VAUGHAN GRAHAM Prop THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 Per Year NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL f 15o PER + a i Subscribe ano keep posteo on current 4 bappeniiigs of tbe bal1 ftbe can to t j excelleo in neat job work f f BG11SR8Stdllallt Lebanon Ky Frank Bell Proprietor 0 aTMeals seryed at all hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for rodgers Frank Bell Is the successor of James BelL + Cs M WISEMAN SON f IlcGe5sor8to ftdam Vogt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0 Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods In our jll ne 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond- Opte1ltuiictIeU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Farars Farmers HI I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams tothrow water from seur springs to your houses or barns Can alsofurnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Wrlte to me atColumbia for estimates os call and seme at thrKarcum Ho tel 1Yours trul- yNWOOD l h 5t a j f i44THE COURIERJ RNAL 100 Per Year 4 YEAR tbe flews office Wilmore Hotel W M WELMOBE Prop QradyVille Kentucky is no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Bates very reasonable Feed stable attached lBERnrhBRANn LIBERTY BRAND HATS + SOLD BY +JAKE REDFORD With Mendel Weinstock Company Louisville Xy W P Otter Robt Otter and R W Otter John F Neat with OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION Nu2i4tiOSlitk5t- Leuivll1e tt i rllBABAIR COuNTY ImWS Published Every Wjstoeslty i BY THE Ad irgounty Newso INCORPORATED CHAS 8 HARRIS Edits Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter eats of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poatofflceaasecond des mail matter WED OCTOBER 8 1902- ANNOUNCElUENTS far State Treasurer r We ate authoriicd tot announce H H HEN KINDER Wayne county a candidate for th office ot State Treasurer subject to the action ot the Democratic par- tyCOLUMBIA WINS The Methodist Training School is to Be Located Here The Donation Asked by Conference Almost in Sight Committee at Work on Permanent Arrangements WVALUABLE TO ALL TICS SECTION The Louisville Conference of the- M E Church South in this town last week set apart Saturday forth consideration of their training school to be established in the Co lumbia district A large crowd was present so large that the courtroom was packed to its utmost ca pacity and enough seeking admission to have filled a room twice as large The Conference was repre sented by Dr Gross Alexander of Louisville who forcefully and pointedly set forth the purpose of the Conference in building the School He pointed out its great worth to this part of the State and to this town in point of edu cation and as a business enterprise On the part of this town Gov J RHindman Judge jas Garnett Judge W W Jones and others made speaches that appealed to the business foresight of our peo pIe They were breesy logical and forceful At the conclusion of the speeches subscriptions wero solicited for the purpose of meet lug the proposition of the confer ence as follows The Louisville Conference will establish the training School in Columbia on the condition that Columbia and Adair county will give to said conference 5ooooo and it farther that the Columbia Dis trictoutsIde of Adair county give 800000 Below we give the subscriptions pledged which show to a certainty that Columbia and Adair county will secure this great prize Other valuable subscriptions will be received from many who were unable to be inJ this meeting In common with the enterprising citizens of this section we feel that Columbia has enthusiastically embraced the greatest opportunity that has ever been presented her We have been intensely interested and are now supremely happy Here are the ones who went for the school LIST OF DONATORS J O Russell a 9acre lot 9oo oo W T McFarland 10000 Mr Mrs J R Hindman 50000 James Garnett Sr 250 00 TE Paull 20000 W R Myers 80000- T R Stults k 100 00 F R Winfrey v h 5000 J C Dohoney5000-J P Dohoney 5000 T A Murrell j 50 00 0 S Harris T 2 5000 Jessee L Harrell10000- G P Dillon 10000 G W Dillon r 10000 Sam Chism Z 50 00 James Garnett Jr vrV 100 00 NMTutt 10000 John L Wheat 5000 R W Browder ir 5000 G Shelley 5000 G Todd w 50 00 1 W Beard vV r5Q 00 T ChuM 71 rr 50 00 W Robertson r ir 50 00 JJ L vmaii Z 25 bo- A M SmitlfVffn B0 00 jMHfPeily = 25jOI l Allen Pile 2500 John Ouerbaoker 5000 R E Ifewby r 2500 Mrs K W Murrell L 25000 Squire Moss 2500 G W Flowers 25 00 John D Lowe 2500 JPVanhoy 2500 GT Flowers 2500 Jas S Chandler 50 0- 0FCLand 2500 S LC Coward V 25100 J K Robertson 1500 Albert Murrell 2500 Mrs Emily Burton 1500 W F Jeffries Son 2500 Creed Hood v 2600 Tim Bradshaw 2500 J A Goodman 1000 JA Diddle 1500 H Wugman 2500 U G Foote 20000 HB Garnett 2500 W O Brandon 1000 E L Southgate 2500 W A Garnett 2500 IIW H Russell 25 00 R F Paull25o oo SB Caldwell 2500 Miss Lena Grissom 5 oo Dr Chas Murrell 1000 Mont Murrell 1000 Mrs Lizzie Murrell 10 00 W L Walker loo oo Miss Sallie Diddle 5 00 R E Pickett to oo W S Pickett tooo G T Sherrill25ooJ P Miller 10 00 J M Millerlo oo Talmage Smith 1000 J S Naylor 1000 YE Hurt r 1000 Jas Taylor 12 oo Frank Sinclair 25 00 J A Dulworth 25 00 Wm Elliott 25oo Ed Sinclair lo oo WACoffey 2ooo Jo Z Plokett 500 Trav Miller 500 J R Benningfield r 500 Pat Davis 25oo EG Atkins 2500 L C Hindman to 00 Jas P Beard lo oo J 0 Ben Grissom 1000 John McFarland 25 00 John F Neat 2500 John Jaokman 5 oo HA Todd 10 oo J O Pelly looo RollIn Hurt 15 oo G P Smith Iooo Nathan Murrell 2500 Z M Staples 2500 M H Marcum 25 oo J M Ruessell 2000 R H Price 1000 Lee Grissom 5oo C P Banks 45oo Achilles Tarter to oo W H Flowers 5o oo J Perryman 40 00 R L Smythe 6 00 J L McLean to oo JPTodd 5oo Mary A Smith 500 J B Jones 5 bo JN Murrell Jr 500 rT Barbee 5 oo W H Caffee 5 oo S T Hughes 5 oo WD Jones 25 oo J S McFarland 25 oo AB Cox 5 oo Mattie Sinclair 1 oo Sousie Sinclair 1 oo Gordon Montgomery 5 00I BF Chewning boo HDMurry 5 oo N Conover 40 00 Conover Bros 5 00 Frank Jaokman r 2 oo G F Stults 5 oo DrJHGrady lo o- o0S Dunbar L O Hurt Ed Staples 5oo Junius Hancock 2500J N T Mercor 500E Sam Lewis 5oo CR Hoskins 2500I W T Grissom 2500E John Pendleton 800 W W Bradshaw 16o 00 W C Murrell 8 oo C H Murrell and Mrs Mag Tuaket 1o oo Henry Aajonn 25oo Leslie Bennett 5 oo WHWilBon 590 G B Smith 5 oo Judge W W Jones 25o oo The Hamilton County Democratic Committee IB having trouble in finding a location for Toni L Johnsons circus tent in Cincinna tie The committee has been refus ed permission to pitch the tent in Feuntain Squaro or in Washing ton Park but it will be pitched r A dispatch from Barboursville to the Louisville Times says that it is generally believed in Eastern Kentucky that Hon J D Black will make a strong fight for the Democratic ominAtion for Governor ov ri I THE PROPOSED SCHOOL In another column will be found rather a rose view of the of Columbia securing the Methodist training school That article was written under the impulse of bright ProePeote and oven tates to some extent the true situation We make this statement since receiving additional information at a meeting of the Educational Board held in theMethodist church Monday night Itwas in this meeting that we dis covered that the school is not yet a certainty This District is required to put up 800000 and the school is not a certainty until this amount has been secured It stands to reason that the farther from the place of location the less intbrest will be manifested and therefore smaller amounts given This county will be forced to give at least 7ooooo before we can count it a go The importantance of this matter ought to be thor oughly understood and the danger ous attitude in which the enter prise is now in ought to be fully known It is too important to think of losing it is too close to ago to allow it to lag We trust that those who have not given will do so when the committee presents the subscription list Dont allow this to go by but every man put his wits to work We must have the school Its the greatest move for the good of this section that has ever been made Help us Help yourselves- At a meeting of the Educational Board of the Louisville Confer held in the Methodist church Mon day night the following local board or committee was selected to look after the work in this sec tion Gov J R Hindman Pres T R Stults Sec James Garnett jr T E Paull C S Harris- N M Tntt T A MurrelJ Z M Staples 0 R Payne Financial Agent for fieldMr 0 Russell was elected Treasurer Just as soon as the local com mittee secures the amount required work will immediately begin At Washington it is said the President exhausted his power in the tender of his good offices to end the coal strike and that he can do nothing else at least at present It is said Mr Roosvelt is convinc ed the capitalists will not back down and he is working on John Mitchell to get him to surrender with the hope of gaining some fu ture advantage by the enactment of a national arbitration law Ma ny radical suggestions are being made to the President but he is said to be considering none of them It is declared that for the present the problem of dealing with the situation is with the Pennsylvania State Government John Mitchell has returned to Wilkesbarre to resume the fight which he apparently expects to continue through the winter In the Democratic Convention held at Corbin in which J P Harrison of Wayne was nominated for Congress to represent the Eleventh district this cheering message was embodied in the res olutionsuWe the Democrats of the hill country of Kentucky send greetings to our brethren elsewhere pledge ourselves to renewed exertions until the Democratic party shall be restored to power n d constitutional government shall resume its sway in the Unit States and to the end that our affairs shall be so administered that the greatest good shall be to the greatest number The depositions ofthe members- of the State Board of Equalization were taken at Frankfort last Friday for the use in the suit of the Louisville and Nashville railroad against the State Boajrd of Valuation The depositions developed- a difference of opinion as to the basis on which assessments are equalized by the Board of Equalization The members of the board said that this basis was the cash value of property or loo per cent Auditor Coulter said that he un deratood it was 80 per cent and W P Thorne jr one of the sec retaries of the board gave similar testimony The race for the Democratic nomination for iCpmmonweaUj Attorney infr Ire tenth came off last Saturday a primary election being hqld The returns indicate the nomination of D J Wood of Hart county over John 0 Hutchinson of Barren county by a majority ranging from loo to Zoo DUNNVILlE Moving Is all the go A N Taylor W C Candid and Mrs Willis have all usW Smith W G Rubarts were in Louisville last week Mrs P B Morgan returned from Cincinnati last week accompanied by her daughter Mrs Lillie Sampson who lives in that city W H Williams of Eunice bought a mare of Drew Wilkinson for 160 W E Cundlff bought 10 hogs of Henry Aaron for 8107 The phonograph entertainment at the school house was largely attended For the prettiest girl Miss Annie Cun duff was awarded an album Ed Pelley won the prize as the ugllst man L M Combest sold a cow and calf for Wm Rector has a new 12 Ib boy at his huts CRAY CRAFT Farmers are about done cutting corn and are preparing ground for wheat The dwelling house of Lucian Moore was destroyed by fire Sunday The family was absent from the house It was caused by a stick falling from the E Dillingham who has been sick with typhoid fever is better Emma the little daughter of L De Hart Is on the sick list Messrs Erastus McKinley Lucian Moore Bucher Pierce and Alexander Murrell attended the singing at Knit ley All report a nice time and plenty of dinner Dr Tink Miller was here a few days ago on business A grand child of Z T Sanders died lost a horse valued at 75Hogs are still dying in this commu nitySeveral from here attended the so cial gathering at G G Reynolds near Ozark Almou Wolford Is visiting his father near Eunice H A Murrell and wife visited the family of W G McKinley on Sunday R O Cabbell of Joppa passed through here on his return from Pelly ton where he has qeen teaching a sing ing school D A Taylor of Montpelier was here a few days ago on businessIJas H Dice of vicinity few days ago Collie Murrell made a business trip to Campbellsvllle last week H McBeath of Monticello was here a few days ago Quite a numb rattended Conference at Columbia Sorghum making is the order of the day Mrs A S Stapleton of Purdy sold sixyear old horse to Heck Corbin Monday for 800 Cold weather will soon be here Call on M C Winfrey If you need a stove LIVE STOCK Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 16 506 75 Light shipping 576 640 Best butchers 5 005 50 Fair to good butchers 3 003 75 Common to medium btchr 4 254 50 HOGS Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 lbs 7 50 Fair to good packing 160 to 200fi s 725 Good to extra light 120 to 160 ffi725suxxrGood to extra shipping Sheep 3 253 05 Fair to good 2 752 25 common to medium 2 002 10 COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean 10i Washed Wool 28 Beeswax 22 Feathers 40 Hides Green Hides Dry 10 Gingeng 85C Spring Chickens Old Hens Eggs 15 Dried Apples 3t This report will be submitted for revision weekly Scientific Shoeing 0am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe ng to the repairing of the finest vehicles will make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee Robertson Give me your work J W COFFEY PRODUCE I will pay the highest cash prices for all Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay from 8 to 22c for wool My store is connected by telephone throughout the county SAM LEWIS YETINERY SURGEON Fistula Poll cvil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction I am fixed to take care of stockS OBENSHAW mite from Columbia on DIsappolntm cut Fine Tailoring f t F PELLE638 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY a Orders From Adair and Adjoining Counties Solicited 000 OO Cx C 00 FIFTH 7 MBNUE HOTEL i SFEE ojFIFTH BET STREETS I LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 3 531 EEEE i iRefurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres I iPike Campbell A O St Clair Asst Mgr y COBCOK a DISYPROPRIETORS OF TIm Lebanon 5a Marile + WorEs LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and f dealers in all kinds of MARBLE GRANITE MAREET 5 7 7 I I S PRICES 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 foundation Irontsetc WMTJH TItIEgt ecl Aj HtC I1IJI1t1A Ky f 5f j r JAMES GIBONEY Feed and Sale StabletDEALERS INIt FANCY HORSES AND HIGH GRADE MULES DRUMMERS RIGS A SPECIAL TVILAbert JKentuek3T ENTERPRISE HOTELCH- ASJ F GANS BRO 234242 EAST MARKETST ST- SLOUISVILLE KY OS Rates per DayAbsoaute Satisfac tion Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BQARDERS Groceries and Stoves It +1 + tl I KEEP A FULL LINE OF FRESH GROCER IES I can furnish you a good cook or heating Stove for as little money as any one in town I solit your trade M G WINFREY GOLUMBIfl KY i ffiS Take The News and keep posted on the happenings of Southern Kentucky News and Co lue Jour nal for 150 THE J+ T BUHGHARD CO INCORPORATED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS I- NCHRPETSLace Curtains Portieres Linoleums Mattings Oil Cloths Rugs c SOUTHWEST CORNRR BROOK and MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY t CHAS E SENG DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY c ALSO SPEOIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE TESTING OF EYES AND GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED 300 E Market St Bet Floyd Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY a Watches Clocks andJewelry Rep- airedVICTORIA HOTEL10th and Broadwag IiOUISVlIiIiE EENTUG1Y This hotel has been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop GEOIGE 1 COSBY ana er J T CARSON C B PROCTOR OF 0 T 4 OF CftRSQNFROCTOR CO FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS lSS West Jefferson StLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consignment of Country Produce Solicited Reference First Natl Bank NhwlyFurnishedrAmerican Plan 100 Per Day NiB BoslorsiMEflLS 25c NIG BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West Market Street Loiiisville v 0 0 0 Kentucky i Eb HUGHES 60tt r IIU7K rt ItI SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY MERSONAUMiBrSTfibN J H i Hon Henry Aaron was here la st SundayDr L Turk Left for Alabama yesterday Mr W E Lester Kendall was In Columbia1 Saturday Dr Jno Cowherd brother and two sisters attended Conference Mr E Moore of Denmark was in Columbia Monday Mr Milton Martin and wife have re turned to Dixon Tenn Mr E M Cheek Burksville wai here several days of Conference Mrs John W Forth returned to Somerset last Monday Mr J E Price and daughter Hiseville came up to Conference Mrs Howard Wilson of Somerset was visiting relatives here last week Mr W C Grider of Esto attendee Conference last Friday and Saturday Mr John Grissom started on his re turn trip to Oklahoma Monday morn ing Mr J M Smith and daughter of Lulu spent several days at Confer ence Miss Maggie Jones Jamestown is visiting the family of Mr C H Mur rellMr J N Meadows and sister of Denmark attended services here last SundayIMrs W L Baker Monticello is visiting the family of Hon H C J C Dunbar a prominent farmer of Casey Creek was in town D Rucker and wife of Greensburg were here Saturday and McFarland and daughter Rowena were delegates and were here several days Mr F M Breeding and wife Glas gow attended religious services there last Sunday Messrs L W Preston and S E Terry Glasgow were here Monday buying horses Mr J P Clayton of near Creels boro has about recovered from a long spell of typhoid fever Misses Laura Hackley and Bettle Collins Campbellsville attended services here last Sunday Mr Conrad Strange Burksville at tended Conference last Sunday He was accompanied by Mr James Jones Miss Elizabeth Mourning and Tom mie Miller of Campbellsville attended Conference Saturday and Sunday Mr W M Wilmore and wife of Gradyville were in town Monday Mr Wilmore is one of our best correspond ents Mr G A Smith Mrs Ella Graham Mr Wm Vaughan and wife Rnssell Springs were here last Saturday and H Turner who recently opened a real estate office in Camp bellsville was in Columbia last Sunday and Monday Judge W T Sharp and wife Mr W S Knight and wife and Mr Frank Jones and daughter Miss Ada May Jamestown were here last Sunday Mr U T Selby and wife and Mrs J Q Phelps Esto Mrs John Loy and Mrs Lizzie Harden Adair county called at the News office last Satur day Mr John N Murrell Jr of near this place will leave today for Louis ville and will enter the dental school in that city He will be absent about seven months Mr Frank Moore and daughter of Green county attended the Confer ence While here Mr Moore took a 3 look at the Pile farm with a view of buying He will return later Mr H O Corbin of Vester was in tha News office Monday and left his subscription to the News Mr Corbin Is a young man and devoted to agri cultural interest on Green river Mr Henry Furgerson of the Green river country was a caller on the News Monday and left his first subscription to the News Mr Furgerson is a good farmer and a good citizen He adver tises some stock for sale in this issue Mrs C B Hoskins Rebecca Mc Whorter Irene Russell W R Hos kins Miss Russell Borders G Les Gowdy J Martin Ross Miss Molly Fiddler J W George Robt George R M Rice and wife and R H Tur ner of Campbellsvllle were here Sun day Woodson Vaughan John Hobson and wife Dr Steward Lewis and his son Ben Ben Wilson and wife Ed Blakeman wife and children Dr Ross Vanmeter Bobt Hancock Prof C E Willis Lucian Durham Mrs Jesse Williams all o f Greensburg were here Sunday LOCAL JOTTINGS For cooking and heating stoves call on M C Winfrey Empire Wheat Drills each at Wx F JEFFKIES SON B F Tupman has 20 good mules and one horse which he is feeding for the Sovthern market A nice lot of new Fall and Winter readytowear hats at Mrs Brad wu For co and 1 stovesca lIonCircuit court will begin at Jamestown the third Monday in this moub LCold weather is approaching You will need a stove Call on M C Win feyThe number of people in Columbi last Sunday was estimated at fou thousand Empire Wheat Drills Disc Hoe for 6000 cashW1 Jeffries Son Henry Furgerson living at Purdy has 10 fat hogs and a nice fouryeai old mare for sale Now is the time to sow wheat and you can get a high grade of phosphate fertilizer from Wm F Jeffries Son at 85c per 100 For sale 40 shoats and 10 sows all good stock and thrifty J T Jones Montpelier Ky I am just receiving my Winter stock of Misses Boys and Childrens cloth ing I can save you money Give me a look before you buyWL WALKEU Saturday in taking the vote for the next meeting place of Conference Rev Foote voted for Columbia every time Dried apples 4c pound Chickens 8c pound Prime feathers 40c pound Goods at cash L WALKEII A Telephone message from Eld W K Azbill who is in Taylor county looking after the Interest of the rail road says that the people are thor oughly aroused Mr J H Young has twentyseven mules and two horses for the Southern market He will deliver fortyfive fat hogs to Dick Tandy next week HeI got six cents a pound TheDeering corn husker and shred der Is on the market For sale Wx F JEITRIES SONI Preston Terry Glasgow bought seventeen horses and muleS upon the public square Monday at an average of 8100 per head Al Pedigo of the same town bought seven head of horses at an average of 8100 per head If you are in need of a good pair of shoes I have them I handle Wolf Bros Shoes for Ladles and Children Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction if not I replace them W L WALKER Last Sunday all the churches and courthouse were filled to overflowing logical and interesting sermons being delivered Bishop Morrison occupied the courthouse and perhaps there were more people in the building than at any other one time since its erection Come to our ware room and see our big line of saddles bridles harness etc We will sell you same as close as the closest W F JEEFRIES SON Sam Lewis and J P Beard of this place have purchased the Isenburg property located on the South EastI corner of the public square for 2000 Messrs Lewis Beard contemplate putting up a large brick business house using the second story for a callRev W P Gordon who has been the pastor here for the past two years Las been transferred to the Kentucky Conference and as we understand will be located near Wilmore where he will put in some of his time in the school at that place Mr Gordon is an excellent young man and we com mend him to the people at his new home Mrs T H Curd entertained the Chautauquan Circle in honor of Mrs Geo H Damns of Paducah to a delightful luncheon Wednesday after noon Mrs Damns having been a very prominent member of this literary club in former years and is on a visit to lUddlesboro her friends are honoring her presence by a series of enter tainments Middlesboro Record Dr A H Jackman who was located at Albany in the practice of dentis try died at the residence of his father Dr H C Jackman near Creelsboro on Saturday Sept 27 1002 He was twentyfive years old and a very exem plary young man He was a victim of typhoid fever and the intelligence of bis death brought much sorrow to his many friends in Albany where he had built up a large practice His death was a serious blow to his father moth rand a large circle of relatives His remains were intered in the Buster cemetery near Creelsboro Mr Tom Hughes is now in the livery business having entered into partnership with Mr G W Robertson and Z M Staples the three purchasing allot Mr S D Barbees interest includ ing stock vehicles provender the stable and lot upon which it stands Consideration 84200 Mr Barbee is an old liveryman having been connected with the stable at this place at different times a number of years The old firm was getting along nicely Mr Barbees only reason for selling being that he desired to engage in some other business Mr Hughes will remove to Columbia at an early day He Isa good citizen an excellent business man and our people will give him a hurt wtlcow 4 v ITflWl CONFERENCE FRIDAY Fridays session of Conference was pleasant and Interesting and the reports were highly encourageing to those interested in the work and el forts of the denomination Dr T R Kendall of Owensborc made a good report stating that tbe old debt hanging over the Church had been paid and 144 members ddedto the Church Likewise all the Ministers of the Owensboro District mad good reports showing that they bad been faithful to their trusts and thar they had been blessed by gathering In many sheaves Rev Geo E Foskett made a gooc report from the Henderson District Rev Geo Needbam whose healtt failed sent in a very touching lett and his name was referred to the Com mittee on Superanuatedinlnisters Rev S G Shelley the Presiding El der of the Columbia District made ac unusual good report showing ov rQOQ professions during the last Conference year Dr Gross Alexander made a state ment in regard to his work and imparted the information that shows be is a zealous earnest workerone not seeking the most lucrative position but working in a sphere to better hUe manity He stated that he had given up a position in Vanderbilt University of 2400 per annum to accept work in the Louisville Conference- Dr Tigert made a statement as Book Editor He said that more books were printed in Nashville than any other city in the United States except New York Chicago Boston and Philadelphia and that Nashville leads all others in sending out Sunday school supplies except Philadelphia SATURDAY The session on Saturday was one of the most interesting of the entire Conference The morning session was de voted In the main to the school ques tion but in advance of this Rev L E Campbell made his report as agent of the Preachers Aid Society The propriety of retaining an agent for this work was discussed in gener al but its advocates won and Mr Campbell was elected again to carry- on the good work so faithfully and energetically begun The school question followed and Rev C R Payne was elected to re present the Conference In the District to secure subset itions and cash to the amount of 88000 the sum required by the committee on schools for the establishing of their Training School in this town The action and result of this matter is here omitted- as it appears in another column In the afternoon another session was held and important business transacted Quite a discussion was indulged in concerning the price of the Christ ian Advocate the official organ of the M E Church South It was thought by some that the price of the paper was too high The Bishop made a talk asking that the members write and work up a feeling to get its price reduced He stated that the paper bad less than 5000 subscribers outside the preachers- Dr Watkins represented his work the raising of 5000000 the interest on which was to be used for the benefit of worn out preachers their widows and orpbans He made many happy hits and among them he derId- ed the idea that the Lord will provide food clothing etc Referring to the Eaven which fed Elijah he said so far as he knew lithe ravens bad gone out of the grocery business After his speech a collection was taken to the amount of 1250 Monday the Committees made very satisfactory reports terwhich the ape pointments which are as follows were announced and the body adjourned LOUISVILLE DISTRICT Gross Alexander P E Broadway F R Hill Fourth Avenue B M Messick Walnut Street W F Loyd Chestnut Street E Haralson Lindsey Memorial T H Morris Jefferson Street P G Throgmorton Portland Avenue J B Seay West Broadway BF Atkinson Jeffersonville Ind J D Butler Clifton J D Sigler Wilson Memorial S J Thompson Lander Memorial G H Means Rivers Memorial S H Lovelace Beechmont L G Wallace Asburry J P Stubblefield Middletown and Anchorage BF HumphreyELIZABETHTOWN DIST D SCampbellPE Elizabeth town A P Lyon Elizabelhtown Circuit J GFree nan Hardlnsburg W F Hogard Hodgensvllle E K Means Vine Grove G Jf Cundiff Brandenburg T L Crandall BIgSpring LM Russell Irvington W A Hines Falls of Rough B F Wilson Sonora D F Walton McDaniels B W Shemwell Hardin Springs J CHoskinson Louisville Circuit B A Brandon Wolfe Creek B M Dewitt Leitchfleld C T WIlliams South Leltchfield J H Pawley West Point S L C Coward Mlllerstown B A Hessen Stephenport E M Gibbons Garnettsville S C Allea- HENDEBSONDISTRICT BFOrrF E f J I Henderson MilrTThomas Corydon G M Everett Smiths Mills B M WhW Jiobards C R Crow jPMprganfieid G E Fojsket Morganfield CIr Es EPate Arlington 0 if Reason 1 Hanson WCUays j1 Slaughtervllle J W Loyeijp Sacramento W Q Rlckari SebreeJCUty W AEasleyf Sturgls WII Archeyv Dixon J M Wooldrldge v Audrebon G W Hummelh Hebbardsvllle J H Nichalsbrl Madlspnvllle J B Adams OWENSBORO DIST IOT J T Rushing P E VvY Settle Chapel T BKendaii Main Street B M Curry Owensboro Circuit TJ Randolph Yelvlngton W W Prime 7 Rom AJ Bennett Calhourip 0 Duyall irj Beech Grove J B Galloway Hartford J C PetrIe HawsvillcJ L Reid Cloverport P L King Beaver Dam GWSugart 7 Lewisport James A Chandler Fordsville James H Walker South Carrollton B F Cowhern Livermore Geo H Given Sulphur Spring S A McKay Pleasant Ridge R D Bennett RUSSELL VILLE DISTRICT R F Hays P E Bussellville G B Overton Eussellville Circuit P H Davis Adairville and Oakland FE LewIs Allenville J L Kilgore Elkton and Balls W C Brandon Pembroke A D Lelttlefield North Elkton Circuit J T Cherry Kirkmansville Elias Smith Trenton T A Mitchell Hopkinsvilie E L Southgate Hopkinsville Circt W F Cashman Crotton M L Shemwcll Lafayette J W Crowe Auburn J C Brandon Lewlsburg RT McConnell Epley E D Ryan President Logan Female College A Steel PRINCETON DISTRICT- V Elgin P E Princeton W R Smith Marion T V Joiner Tolu Circuit J W Bingham Marion Circuit T F Roland Salem To be supplied Carrsville J 0 Smithson Smithland R HRowe Grand Rivers W B Lucy Eddyvllle W S Tabor Lamasco Mission C G Prather Kuttawa E R Bennett Cadiz F B McAfee Canton Circuit E D Boggess Cerulean JE King Star Lime Works Smith Given Greenville T C Peters Greenville Circuit G W Pangburn Dawson Springs Silas Newton LEBANON DISTRICT Jesse L Murrell P E Lebanon James A Lewis Bardstown and Samuels C H rather Mannsville R C Love Springfield C D Ward New Haven A C Gentle Thurlow J A Johnson Bradfordsville S P Stites Campbellsvllle and Earley L L Ed ington Campbellsville Circuit V P Thomas Shepherdsville E B Grider Greensburg C F Hartford Munfordsvllle H C Nance Jeffersontown and Coopers G W Lyon Mt Washington B A Cundlff Upton J McCormack Pelly ton John Bowles Brooks and Mount Eden Jj SSco bee Buffalo S F Ashbroot BOWLING GREEN BIS- TBWBrowderPE r State Street aridCity Mission J H larley and J F Redford Bowling Green Circqjt W Ti Miller Franklin Joseph S Chandler Franklin Circuit A G Frazer Glasgow and Dover J D GIlliam Woodburn D S Bowles Scottsvllle HYY King South Scottsvllle B T Brown Horse Cave G S King Glasgow Junction M L Dyer Brownsville A Royester Smith Grove F M Petty Elchardsvllle J H Richardson Rochester G Reynolds Morgantown B S Harper Chapel Hill G Y Wilson Canmer L WBrowder Green RIver Mission John Richards Book Editor and Editor of Be flew J J Tigert Agent Preachers Aid Society LC Jampbell COLUMBIA DISTRICTS G SbeUeyPE Columbia EK Ttetcalf GlwKotki T V Barber J r tni f IJ u Gradyvjlle A L Ii1 Tom kinsvllJe G P DlllonoT Bfar Creek J U Watson Albany S P nuke Highway W A Beck Wayne G A Taylor BurksvlJle A R Kasey R noXt S P Pope 4 Monttcello T Lllulse Jamestown J S Mitchell r Temple hill DT Tatter v E lpouton EJ3 Moore South Uurkesville W Wood South Fink to be supplied Summer Shade J A Goodman Russell Mission A C Kirtley Financial Agent for Columbia Train Ing School C E Payne J P Van Toy was appointed a stu dent to Asburry College Wllmore Ky COMMISSIONERS SALE ADMit CIKCUIT COURT KY SALLIE DIDDLE c Plffs EquityEBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of Adair Circuit Court rendered at the September term thereof 1902 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the late rest dence of C C Yates near Grady ville Kentucky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Thursday the 16th day of October 1902 at1 oclock p m ar thereabout upon a credit of six mOnths the following described property towit A tract of land lying in Adalr county Kentucky on Big creek near Gradyville containing 96J acres by survey made by R T McCaffree which is now filed in said suit and known as the Creel Yates farm For the purchase price the purchas er with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal ter st from the day of Sale until paid Lad having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms L B HURT Master Commissioner 3t The Editor of a country newspaper has no business to make mistakes heI has no business to ever put anything in the paper that people do not like le ought to know just what would suit each individual or he ought to take each item before it is published and let the person concerned read it An editor has plenty of time to do this as all he has to do is hunt news and clean rollers set type sweep the loot pen short items hustle for ad ertlslng fold paper and write wrappers talk to visitors and distribute ype read proofs and correct mistakes lodge collectors and dun delinquents and take cusslngs and tell subscribers that he needs money An editor has no business to make mistakes while attending to trifles like these while tying on oxtail soup flavored with magination wearing old shoes and old collars also a patch on the equator ot his trousers and at the same time a smiling countenance upon the man who tells him that his paper isnt north the subscription price and that anyone could print a better one with his eyes shut Before adjourning Conference passed a resolution thanking the people of olumbia for the hospitable manner in which ltbad been entertained Thanks were also returned to the oflicers of the arious churches and the County udge for the use of the courthouse The newspapers also came in for their hare of praise While one member ras speaking of the goodness of Co umbia people Bishop Morrison said Let the minister who had the best home during his stay in Columbia say yea Every preacher in the house nswered PREACIIING NEXT SUNDAY WS Dudgeon Mt Gilead Z T Williams Dunvyille W H C Sandidge Oak Forest A H Baugh Esto C F Breeding Providence Trabue Shearer Egypt Tl W Montgomery McCormack- J Q Montgomery r Bradfordsville- J F Barger Chapel W B Cave ZIon E M Metcalfe Mt Carmel- T F Barber Concord- A L Mell Gradyville WK Azblll Columbia Presbyterian church The Sunday school at Egypt closed he28th of Sept with an average attendance of about 00 pupils The chool was closed with an entertainment by the little folks and the young adies of that community Miss VIr- ginia Bailey received a nice prize for the best speech of the young Jadles and little Cleo Cave received the prize ot the little people Mr Ben Thomas the Supt gave an interesting talk A nice Bible was presentea to him by the scholars Monday forenoon the appointments were announced and in a few minutes here was a general handshaking lowed by separations each precher leaving for his respective home loud in their praises of Columbia her cit zens and the people of the surround Dg country All the personal property and the arm of tho late Oscar Pile will be sold at public anctlou on Wednesday the 2th of Oct Remember the date Three miles south Columbia on Crocus road FOR SALE9 acres of land and good dwelling 2J miles from Columbia Good spring bear lOUie Will ell heap WL WALKS cii ii rswwvv 4fy1 l bAA6 + 1 da w llW o w 1 I7IIO TviiCiiCmm7iC7 vmfil ffeu Tilli9ery Store m 1 ilC 1 I +UNDER +W Flew management 1 IE uusa ecstr uy rmcrr rrr ra rr rrrrmrr rsrrrrr r rr rrrrmrr wlc oHaving purchased Mrs Emma T Stranges T ilc v stand I am receiving ovary few days all the latest g 7C 1 is novelties in the millinery line I have secured the 7n E services of Miss Margaret Baker of Louisville an w experienced trimmer and who is perfectly familiar with all the latest designs I can please you in prices 1 1 E style and quality of goods I invite the ladies to nC in call at my store BIRDIE POWELLv 7 1ui LvlWwwvW-Lmnm mn71nnLpiiii E The next Conference will be held at Marion Crittendon cojnty All the adjoining counties were rep represented in Columbia last Sunday The Fiscal Court has set Thursday at 1 oclock to elect a poorhouse keep and jail physician Colvin Mo Editor of News Columbia KyI am well pleased with the News Let it keep coming- Respectfully Ella Jones A match game of ball between Columbia and Gradyville will be played at Robertsons Park next Saturday afternoon Admission free LOSTA pocket book containing 811 Lost between Columbia and Ozark The finder please return toBO HurtI Joppa Ky and receive a liberal reward One year ago when it was announced from Bowling Green that the next Conference of the Southern Metho dist Church would be held in Colum bia many of our citizens had some misgivings as to whether we would be able to entertain such a large number ot people They are now satisfied that the town can accommodate a Methodist Conference with ease and with the greatest of pleasure The minis ters left Columbia knowing that every dwelling kept open doors and that everything possible was done for their comfort and pleasure GRADYVILLE- J A Diddle was elected school trustee here last Saturday H A Mess of Bakerton was here last week looking after staves Our old soldiers are expecting a good time at the reunion at Weed from the 12th to the 15th The larger per cent of our people attended conference at Columbia last Moss who is in delicate health spent a few days of Jast week with his brother at this place Mrs H C Walker is spending this week by the bed side other sick father W C Turk at Bliss Mrs J J Hunter spent a few days of last week visiting the family of Mr W B Rowe near Columbia Mesdames Kizzle Edwards and Cetta Nell spent a few days last week visiting the family of Zed Akins of Sparks villeNell Nell are working daily on their new store building and when completed will be a first class business Mary Flowers spent several days of last week visiting Prof Fran cis family near Bliss Prof E V Thompson of Keltter passed through town one day last week cutouts to Columbia Prof is at all times full of news and has a wel in our town We were misinformed as to the date of the sale of CC Yates deceased it will be the 16th instead of the 18th as we had it in our last communication Mr J A Wheeler formerly of this place but now of Three Springs was In pur community last week and in formed us that the farm he recently purchased from J H Kinnaird on East Fork for 5000 that he had refused 5600 for itIMr and Mrs F M Breeding of Glasgow passed through this place one day laet week for Columbia to attend Bell of Nell spent a few days of last week visiting Dr and Mrs S A Taylor Eld Z T Williams of Montpelier stopped over In our town last Satur day on his return from Cave City whery hehtsbeen in a series of meetings We are always glad to have Bro Williams with us Judge Jones and Commonwealths Attorney Aarons passed through our place the first of the week enroute for Tompkinsville where they hold Court this week Smith Nell of this place bought Cumberland county 15 butcher cattle at 2 to 2ij from Mrs CC Christie Son 12 butcher cattle at 2 and 235 from X H Kianvd 20i 1000 Jb steers at 4 and 6 cts J H Pendleton 6 1150 Ib cattle at 4cts My oW wU highly eifeMMdfriMd n r John Newman of Tompkinsville stop ped over night at the Wilmore Hotel one night last week While in conver ation with him In regard to the candi dates for Circuit Judge he informed us that there wasoneman that would an nounce who had been a life IongRe publican who would be astrongcandi date byherbrotherfew days In our city last week visiting relatives BosleyKeltnerGreensburg in the near future where he will continue hIs profession In the barber business We commend him to that people as a good barber Uncle Chas Coomer bought In the suberbs of our town one day last week a house and lot from J J Hunter for 6500 The property is known as the Thos Moore property and is located where old Bethel chnrch stood many years ago KELTNERiThe farmers of this community have finished cutting tobacco They report an average crop of fare quality Guln Moss of Greensburg was here last Monday Mr Rhodes Dohoney who has been in Missouri and Kansas for two years returned home last Saturday on a short vacationMr Finn and Mrs S C Per kins were united in matrimony on the 1st inst at Pleasant Ridge church Dr Bingham officiated We wish them a pleasant and successful career through life D B Dowell was In Louisville last week selling tobacco Several from this place attended the the quarterly meeting a t Pickets chapel last Sunday Robt Dohoney made a business trip to Greensburg last Saturday The younger child of EV Thomp son who has been very sick with fever is better The condition of Miss Emma Dow ell of Liletown who has been linger ing with pulmonary trouble for some time has grown serious She now lies at the point of death Mr Taylor Parson who has been suffering with rheumatism for some time improving Quite a number from this place attended the conference at Columbia s PUBLIC SALE I will on Thursday October 9 1002 sell to the highest bidder all my personal property consisting of horses cattle hogs growing crop farming tools household and kitchen furniture J L TRAYLOR TIME fiND PLftGE Now is the time and FRANK SINCLAIRS is the place to buy your winter boots and shoes hats caps and gloves Prices all O K PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY- We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line iff 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- as any firstclass mechanics We wil take country produce at market value Give all Shop near Columbia Mill Co ir m J3 Btmstrong lIi HnaiMkctIMis7taltNf1a 1a iFALLFOR MAN OR BOY on like ITbetoKUntf We wantyuutn know what good Cloth IFunrsuni and Hats we sal and how cheap t prices are VKXS SUITS 5 00 o2500 IhJVSt trr 150 to7j0 Y HATS 50 to 500ir c 1jfJ flrr7rr1I3rd Mark t its + o + 4s 9i N MANCHURIA A VAST LAND Contain Tivcnlr Millions of Prop anti Ij Said to tie n Garden Spot The most populous province of Manchuria is that of Laotung which rnilwayfromdistance of loo miles extending from the Sun ari river to New hw1I1g the railroad passes through a leer well watered region densely embeds with population and under the cst state of cultivation The total population of Manchuria is variously estimated from 10000000 to 25000000 but there seems litlle popnb1that the total cannot be much Jess than 20010000 These however are largely Chinese The Manchns are a fading race their siiceess in arms having as is often the case led to their ultimate decay for ever since the establish ment of Hie Manchu dynasty at drawninthe garrisons stationed in all the livhagpending largely upon pensions from the general government for their support they have become enervated bphimln othehand r churin till they carry on nearly all of its business and warm in all tim theyarevast areas of fertile laud which im Popatllreo WHERE GOLD IS STORED Of the Xnllmr 770110000 VnlTc Ico ht tnttYt1 n- llrnshItt tua thgoterunrentstt lIeuurrnt Aew York contains iS7VS 97 of officine e ihindeKd sub4ivnsury FraniscoThe MibUeasurj at Chicago is ac e9untable for i7JSrS124 at Boston 19035537 ate St Loins 10372644 and at Xcv Orleans 3860110 an the whit tit the city last named hold L055S5 the assistant treasurers atMJjiYtiHHfrc and Cincinnati have i thtlr rains 0300057 and 4946290 respectively and the assay office at Seattle is ehargedt41h 51723793 largely gold bullion received from the Xome and Klondike fields The remainder of the fund is in th mints rt Carson City and Denver and the aS offices at Boise Charlotte JelenaSt Louis and Dearlwood the amounts ranging from 000237 atDenver and 1448 at St Louis WAR BLOCKS CIWILIZATION llellicerrnt Spirit lclnre br Onn hers to Ieitra ILt Grotvihof Peaceful Arts At the great peace meeting justheld at Asbnry Park X J in tion with the Qnplerconference nearly 2000 Quakers were in attendance A paper was read by Henry M Hail land of Brooklyn declared ICe cant be careless with dynamite if want to live quiet lifeXations having ircconciln blp lines of rrogrl s have I teemed to be able to r certni that which is most fit to survive only by the arbitrament of the sword but who can say hrw many peaceful art have been destroyed how such the progress of the conquered race has been retarded lIOn much the spirit of intolerance arrogance vainglory and hypocritical rant has not been fos tered in the victorious nation and has interrupted Civilization hr developmenti much by stretching the boundary line as by the growth of peaceful arts is suspended during national con flicts Tnt orp Olhrr Sjilts Mr a ml Mr 0 were two nervous stiRerei one of whom hyp notized tie other Vhen Mrs M had been put int a hypnotic sleet Prof PinetSargh of the Paris school of psychology placed on the tongue of Mr 0a quantity of instantly Mrs Mnt the oilier entl of the room vgnt through an expressive pantomime spitting and gesticulat t1s Ing and displaying all the symptoms of disgust felt by the other It was impogsiDle for Mrs M to see what was being done her eyes were batiflaged arid cr precaution had been taken against trickery Countrya s are selling large numbers of theseI instruments to the farmers AIaslt exclaims the Chicago RecordHerald Has the cabinet organ gong the of all things earthly rHapplet Time et LifeOiAti casternpaper le s oEitU the bappleet tiifl pihie a c How aootit toe time asks the Chi cago IfecordHerald when the chi theeIThe Quiet Rich than 4000 mlllion aircs in this country but eays the Chicago HecordIIerald onla few of them succeed in getting their names in the papers with any degree of reg ularity IBUNTIJiG THE TRUSTS fotlog Times Out llie Gamo Roosts lUsh and SAle Since the advent of our accidental administration what are known as the high officials of the government at Washington are having a strenuous time It has somehow been found necessary for them to be absent most of the time during the summer season taking extended trips n public bush ness of course The first to abandon his poitof dot was the president by retiring to Oyi ter nay and removing the branch of the government with him Not that he is idling wrap his time by any mctans butseiingthatthelarg est game in sight was a drove of trusts be has put in the summer hunting tljcm The newspaper oceount of tho expedition into Taw England where it is to be presumed the principal trusts were ensconced or the president would not be there huntinglhem have so far not disclosed that the unerring fireotourchictniaistraichaCLaggej trust and the beef trust tics still browsing on the granite hills of New Hampshire and large herds are re pArted in Vermont Massachusetts Rhode Island and Connecticut and even up in Maine especially aroua Bar Harbor and the coast resorts the- rea reported to be plentiful Let us hope that the president Vlll have better luck when he strikes Hie western and southern states and thtit the hide of at least one trust may be nailed on the Tour of the white house barn before congress assembles jus to show that he really in carnes and as an example lo our law givers of what ho expects of them in their hunt for the same game The premier of the cabinet is like his chiuf absent from Washington but he had become so tired in his hunt with the ISuglisilr ambassador after liners that lie is doulrtlcss recuperat fug for the reciprocity treaties hunt that are expected to be bagged aftera grand nnnid up this wintcr Secretary Shaw was unfortunate n the same thai he luul evidently lieen hde gosr ernment boats or on express train quartny he has so far not brought down a bird or rumpled ffcalhors of n trtistproteclod magnatf The Uncle- S d S r trensnrv this hadlo run itself as far as he is fonern ti ftr he has cotebetween the tariJtaud the of trust trot the result of ibis months work is so unsatisfactory tb he has returned from the field ina dazed onllitionIThe secretary of war has beco so exhausted in limiting FIKipindw he is enjoying welt earned holiday by express ordevs from his diief so that he can be thoroughlyrecuperated for tIle Morolinnt in the fall IKstrip to Europe is expected to give him ideas how to govean colonies on he European plan The secretary of the navy after months of haul work preparing f the great war game has now retnrae- to hat erhill being unabl from dan ger of seasickness to conrtnand the United States ship Pinafore nutd miral Hjggipson and the diachess tlintquarterdeck at the last accounts and the great war game was proceeding brasstYjistinctly heard in that direction an it is hoped that the galluntfldmiral has captureda prize In the meantime the eaptain and the na tare anxious aetlonpresident by wirelesstelesraphweTe is reported to smash he enemy and take no prisoners tThe balance of the cabinetand other high officials Ivave not been heard from for over two months So one believes the are idling away their time but not beimg experienced trust hungers like thehchiCfthehop of their bagging anti ganie1 is a forlorn rune report has for some time been itcirculation nt Washington that master General Payne has beentreed by a trust In the wilds of Wisconsin but even if true which is doubtful it is expected Senator influlntJat with trusts wmreieaced him from his predicament Congressman Cousins of republican says of the Iowa platSarriiadirty a f temporiznPbypocritssaa1fl d republicanism when the pansy Isgrow snppaattlfbaker e Iwant everyone to know where IsttBd1 mpThe eighJ first auna1AeDS f n the Omer oI Fr ndllin IlSdia is heiiigfhelfTaVRiohiuiJutl t IORDINUYOES tbe town dayTthe court house door sella Franchise right for a period of twenty years from tbe 221 day of October 1902 the first five yeaS thereof being exclusive for cash IQ hand to construct main tan and operate and electric plant in in said town of COlumblakyfur the purpose of selling and disposing of Electricity for lights beating power mecl aolcal and other pui osos and fording general electric g it nod power bust AS- SATTES T JO NAT COXOVER TOWN CLEISK Notice is hereby Ivcu that the torn of Columbia Ky vjll on the Otb day of October 1902 at 2 o chick p in at tbe court UUlrltII tlv frauchlse rlglJL prtl rr imidir v cuIStrurtir iiintalni ml r c and tnierurriai ralrhj 1 ih the riKlit ati rrvilcut l itiiun pjlee sirinviiiii lie rid rl vvs lay log ties and such other rhirN eb necessary in build tiuii rii niin tale and operate un elrotric a11 rnur urban railroad fur the period of twen ty years from the 22 d tyof Oirioier 1902 The sails J tfrxubii and rder ed sold the LLtics aiid rJs r cxsh in baretl- ATTEST JO NA TOXOVER Tow ULEBK 3 MILLINER OPEK1KG We have ndw a fresh and complete stock of Fall and Winter woos con sisting of all the latest styles and nu ties of the Cincinnati and Louisville markets We inure the ladies of Adair and adjoining counties local liarpe new every eMhtSSALL1EBRt1USflAW MISS EFFIE BRADSUAW The farm of the late Oscar Pita is now for sale and unless sold by the 15th of October will be sold at public out cry on that date It is one of the mos desirable homes in Adair county Goxi soil good buildings and all of the d features ut a pond community ust three miles from Columbia J W HURT W O PILE AdmrV Columbia Ky PUBLIC SALE 190pr sonal prOferty confiitting of hors s cattle bogs growing crop faming tools household and kitchen lurid ture J L TJIAYLOU PtOPSALE Three two ear old mules They are goo ones Also 1 heifer 18 murh old W L BIGNEV Purdy Ky If the truth could Le kuowu ItIis probable that way dowu ia bottom of their hearts Republicans are secretly rejoicing that Preei dent Roosevelts trip to the North west was absuptly terminated He was talking too much The Chi ng girls have voted not to mary a workman who does not b long to the uuiu The infor matron is interesting lu view f the fact that iti the matter of hue Chinaatg go a begging onlyat u t Ie t York Democratic convention was repeatedly cheerid wheu h ap pasted on the fluor The mayor of Seattle went bear hunting and hue been missiug fur Sweek the probabilities I1re that he found th ber Mrs RoosevHlts IIHW Chira ser tvice furt6a U hitH IlnUhe ido8t130000 mud will be the fiu tbe United States When Booker Washington iest diiies at the White Houfe there will Lt1tw features to the ocoaetnij lIHItfurnlJrwitted 8 ilt shjjotiu Li her almost from his body IundThe engagNuteutjieanntluucell- f Miss JJelen KocSBfvplt Roosevelt o Theodore ItooeealtDoughP zlobiuson of New York Afire started bv iilayiig chit HJI des r9 el 12Q houses et- builtYo Poland Nrtcbuldr11itandiionly cwzyj r r AI tirnc i li c if f rI jnwelry at iChicBgp Stickpin ade of the coal are fiudiug Teacly lIalo ItOKI prill AlijJ 1 lortbtl 111 ltptitita thIS wcel tY WELL WHY DONT YOU PROTECT HIM If=fi rA1ti srOx 1ald r UlYII Lt Werenew out faith ia tlie polite of proteetlgn to American hDari pBit t11kae Platform 1900 1 WOODSOX LEWIS JAS C LEWIS ERTILIZEES TyC have just made arrangements with the biggest Fertilizer Manufacturing Co in America vheJcby we are able to offer Sl25 FlaIILIZElt AT Sloo 115h 90 1111t tc SO Buggies and Wagons Buggies Surreys and all kiqds of ye hides at low prices Wagons at old price no advance Come arid see us or write Uoo son leWis8 Bro i Greensburgr l entuc3-r r To The Farmerss IEmJl1e j lit Drill Disc aii eli o 1IIaE or Disc is the best Repairs lcl 11 ami at all times We1sopFicMSeeds IJ7i iK iinioi Nuhllcry Farm Imph meats of nil Icinls FJ1 ilxoi of ho very Ilea brands Our prlcecnre n ltJeiries SonIt rc i G l ii1bia is ltUC Y1 7 e GolUmDJa Roller Mill W R 111 ERS Proprietor o I manufacture th celebrated t Souvenir andstCe lumbia Bolls brals of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy When md Corn and furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumb- erFurniture Department iryouneod Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address W Rs MYERS Columbia Kentucky PATTERSON HOTEL J1 Vi6STOftiNo better place can be found than at the above named hotel t is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times suppliedwith tho best the market affords Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON 1874 smSTABJlSIlFn Hf1t SE Ledman Son JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Diamonds Watches Clocks anti Silverware Fine Watch liepairln a Specialty 410 W Market Utweeii 4th and 5th LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BflRGfllNS BflROfllNS Our Stock of Clothing Shoes Gents and Ladies Furnishing is Complete EXAMINE UR GOODS ANDGET OUR PRICES If you woof an elegant sujj of plothes for a smalloaip of rnoppy call at our store All the latest styles are now displayed and we feel sure we can please you in price and quality LADIES AND G LJNTS FURNISHINGS Hro you will find an elegant line of Shirts TIPS Collars and Gaffe Dress Patterns Hosery In fact every thing you need inthe above line If you do nut see what you want ask for it SHOES AND HATS Our shoe department is full and it will be an easy matter to fiwlIwhat you want at our cunt ra W kppp the finest foot wearmarked down to yell If you want anything in the hat line we can please von Aphudid line of fur goods and our straws are the latest Louisville Bargain Store STRULL KVVEIT Proprietors Columbia D D Kentucky Carry All Heights In nccr SEHO FOR fAI1aJE AND PRICES J w mea U Sj DBHLBB BROTHERS lit Est 31il tStre t LJUISVILLE KEl JTUCKY J J It Ei W nWAJrON ll1 OBi ciJVMUB 1 r jSLHOtBL 7 oLvV QW KYiV J g On piililiir qJjrIi rrII Xwly furnished Hot ind noM rM trfi r I iHrtHf for traveling men Tar f tlirstCluri PLENTY OF 5AHPLE ROOMS V 4 4stiESd ONLY KiHsmi f 82Ute iixvi UOTKL ixGi4SClpvv f Ztl t