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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y 1 cr i t 2 R THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWSVOLUME 5 COLUMBIA A43AIJ9L COUNTY KENTUCKY WENESDAI OCTOBER 291902 NUMBER 51 POST OP1ICE DIRECTORY J RUISLLLPoltmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 8jO pm COURT DIRECTORY 1i lacuiTCooRT Three session a yearThIrd Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth a AttorneyNHWAaron Sheriff F W Miller 0 ircult Clerk JB Oofley First Monday In each month Judge T A Murrell County Attorney Jas Qi rnett Jr Olork TB Stalls JailerJ K Pf ConoTer 4 Assessor E W Burton SurveyorR T McOaffree School Snpt W Jones Coroner Russell OouzrRegalarcourt second Monday In each mont- hJudgeILO Baker Attorney Gordon Montgomry MarshallJ W Co- yCHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Rer pastor Services second and fourth Sundays a each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Rev E M Metcalfe pastor Services first Sunday In each month f Sandayechoolevery Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST Bev W castor Services third Sunday In each month t indayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer neetlng Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PIM EJd Z T WHliama Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Snndayichool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and A MRegu ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month Jas GarneU Jr WM KaXP Secy B A M No7 meets Friday night after full HP W WBaansniw Secretary fir Cm B Hrmstrong IDcntist nimble SuUftina feumll Springs Us tons B to p 1 C S GRADY I DENTIST 0SPECIAL attention given to Gold Pilling Crown and Bridge work fo OFFICE over Russell Hurrells Store Columbia K- yBoDDcmocccoDcomcoc r C FOSTER P t Chronic Diseases a Specialty ph Consultation and Examination Free at Office MARCUM HOTEL Columbia Kentucky I Wilmore Hotel W M WEDMOBE Prop I Qradyville Kentucky is no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample zooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached v 1 + CM WISEMAN SON 4 Successors to ft dam Vogt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds arid Prectoas Stones q Flue line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between stand 2ond- OpesltoMsdcliaa iiODisviii LE KENTUCKY JF NtaV with OTTER qOr7 WHOLESALE- s GROCERS ad COMMISSION U2M es16ate r 1i ea T4 1 t t1 f yl VESTER Many are on the sick list Undo Neal Burton is noji expected to live The spellings at Breeding and Dis appointment were well attended Mrs J D Nprth of Dewitt ill who has been visstlng her daughter Mrs McCaffree returned home last and Mrs Hiram Judd are visiting their daughter at Fairfield Ill Mrs Sarah McCaffree Misses Pearl and Berth Breeding visited the family of J S Breeding Eunice Saturday and SundayJ Currys residence is nearIng completionThe is In a flourishing condi tion will be closed In about six weeks Corn gathering Is the order of the day TARTER The health of this community is very good Farmers are making preparation for a large wheat crop Mr Walker Bryant who is doing business for the Hanna Lumber Co Cincinnati was at home last week Born to the wife of V O Wheat Oct 3 a girl Born to the wife of Cy Robinson on the 3 a girl D P White and J P Tarter were in Campbellsville a few days ago Mr Eck Buskins made a Hying trip to Lebanon a few days ago D B White and son have returned from Louisville and are receiving new goodsJ Smith bought of Jas Emon tiller six head of cattle for 8120 Harry Wilson who was brought to fathers from Boston sick is better Frank and Sam White and Asa Shepherd left for Thomasboro Ill Monday Success to the boys Dr Barrett sold to Peter Gwln a nice yoke of oxen for 890 Mr Welby Ellis of Pellyton was here Sunday Aunt Betsy Cravens is very sick and is not expected to live The society which meets everyFri- day night Is a decided success Mr E W Shepherd was at James town Friday Mr Billy Tupman was through here a few days ago representing an oil companyMr Shaw has about finished a new residence for Tim White who will take possession in a few days The phonograph entertainment at Mt Olive schoolhouse was largely attended Mission Cravens was awarded the premium for the prettiest girl Mr Fred Cravens won the prIze for the ugliest and laziest man CRAY CRAFT Farmers are busy sowing wheat Ottie Stapp was here last week J M Wilson is on the sick list L Dehart was in the vicinity of Ozark a few days ago on business Mrs Sarah Bager of Esto visited relatives here last week Lucian Moore is putting up a new dwelling near where his other house was burned Rev Jesse L Murrell and family of Lebanon were here a few days age Walker and Ulysus Cravens have took the contract to put up adwelling and store house for Tom Neat which they will begin soon Miss Patra Conover of Columbia visited relatives here a few days ago J M Murrell is atGlensfork survey ingThere will be a mill on Butlers fork In a few days to cut what is known as the Smith timber consisting of about 600 000 feat- NathanMurrell sold a 2 year old horse to Nathan McKinley for 840 A few cattle in this vicinity for sale A buyer would be appreciated A spelling at Conovers school house every Friday night Quite a number attended the chestnut gathering at S McKlnley Satur day afternoon Mr Dock Williams and grandaugh ter of Eunice were hero a few days ago Z T Sanders bought of Walker Cravens one horse for too Walker Cra vens paid LT Neat lOOora horsfc In New York William 0 Turner former president of the Climax Bottling Company shot and killed W J Mallard secretary aad treasurer of the company and Robert Hamilton ill president and then committed suicide Theshootlng took place ate confereace between the saea tor an alleged shortage ia Turner rtccouots Turner WM a coosin of Goy Odell and Mallard one pf the victims WM foraaerly resident of Atlanta Ga Hamilton the othervIctlwaa a reelgeat- PJttebutg I i f t4 J 7 t JtL 4 y 7 r CANE VALLEY Mrs Alice Hendlcbson and daught er Miss Cleo have returned from Un ion county Our farmers are suffering heavily from hog cholera Chas Jones of Union county Jim been VIsiting relatives here The boiler at the roller mill bursted Saturday week no damage except the boiler MIesEstelle Willis and Mr Garland ffeatherford were here last week Rev Parks Van Hoy and his broth er Jake have entered school at Wil more John Hancock who is in college at Bowling Green writes us he is progres sing nicely with his studies The school at this place is progress ing nicely Mrs S A Murrell visited MrsE B Cheatham at Mllltown on Friday Mr Jesse Sweeney of Lancaster was here last week KNIFLEY Farmers are taking advantage of the fine weather and are sowing wheat Mr Deroy Knltley paid Jo Emmitt 83 per head for six shoats G H Slaughter of PulaskI county is moving to this vicinity It seems like old Adair is coining to the front Mrs Rettie Hancock visited her daughter Mrs H Leach Sunday at NeatsvilleMr has bought a house and lot of S H Knifley for 8117 We are glad to have good men locate with us P S Dudgeon is buying a great deal tobacco In this vicinity and is paying good prices We understand thatA S Stapleton of near Purdy Is going to locate with us As we said before we are glad to have good men locate with us Mr Burl Tucker has returned from Illinois where he has been working W L Russell bas bought Joe Tur ners farm on White Oak for 2400 Mr Turner has bought near Cane Val leyHog cholera is in our midst Mr James Wade has lost several PELLYTON Farmers ae busy sowing wheat John Campbell will go to Louisville in a few days to buy good- W Beard left for Kansas Sunday Pelley and John Ellis returned from Iowa and Indiana a few days ago Annie E Rubarts died Saturday of typhoid fever Eld Z T Williams conducted funeral services and the terment was at the Pelley cemetery Mrs Laura and Kate Feese of Columbia visited relatives here a few daysMisses Tossie Dohqney and Katie Squires of Columbia Annie E Montgomery of Joppa attended the funer al Miss Annie E Rubarts Born to the wife of Robt Christie a to the wife of Roscoe Perry mon ason J H Pelley and daughter Zella are visiting relatives at Huston ville and LibertyR Hatter and wife of Yosemite are visiting the family of Jasper Doss Oliver Pelley bought a mule colt of Henry Harmon for E L Feese sold a fine young milch cow of J H Pelley for 3260 A writer who knows a trick or two speaks thusly of the homey handed sons of toil The farmer is it in this country Rebuilds the cities the railroads and the factories and the telephones and supports them all He makes the land blossom as the rose In the past four years the plow has made all the prosperity that has some to all classes of people During the yeaof 1901 the farmer ex ported 952003000 worth of products In pjbhetwordS after feeding the nation he put in oiroula tipa byJhM toil a volume of money gathered from what he sold across the watery equal to half the entire money iiMWpf the nation And- yetI the Schwabs the Rooksfel lerg the Horgan aad thelike gift toil not neither do they doing ant coiqion 4ollpplt +hilt lo lake r far 4ei Wnatft1 y r ty i KELTNER We are having very favorable weather for wheat sowing and people are ta king advantage of it Tobacco was all cut and housed be fore the frost came A Qf Moss of Greensburg was here last week taking up lumber We learn that A Moss and Crit Pick ett are starting a store at Picketts mill They are In Louisville buying goods Mr Arthur Edwards and Miss Abb Norris were married on the 16th We wish them lifetime happiness and suc B Finn and Robt Doboney pur chased a farm of Henry Mondy con taining 155 acres well timbered for S5 cash which lies near Exie Green county Mr Taylor Parsons who has been suffering with rheumatism for many months and totally disable to work is rejoicing over being almost cured by Dr Foster of Columbia On last Friday week MissEmma Dowell of Ltletown passed away from the walks of this life and enrolled upon the list of the departed one We hope and we truly believe that she is now enjoying the riches that characterizic the 2nd life of a true Christian She was one girl who was loved by all who met and got familiar with her lovable way We extend sympathy to all RUSSELL SP pTGS Jack Frost has visited us again Rev Adkins of Burksville is carry ingon a protracted meeting at this place Quite an interest is being Oats Rankin Ky who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Geo Smith will leave in a few days to visit her sister at Stokes Miss Oats has made many friends during her stay at Russell Springs and we regret to see her leave The Russell Spring Band still practices and Is becoming very proficient indeed Russell Springs Is still on the list of busy towns arid above the average in business as compared to size The five large stores everyone of which is a general line of merchandise are kept wen supplied with clerks and each Is haying an excellent trade Mr Snow who owns and operates the roller mill is having the best trade In the history of the mill Our people were shocked when the news reachedhere that Judge Atkins of your town was dead He had quite a number acquaintances here all of whom speak of him in most eulogizing terms He always had a kind word for those he met and was loved by all The people of Russell Springs extend their sympathy to the bereaved family CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Christian science churches all over the United States and Canada are taking action in accordance with a recent bylaw of the mother church in Boston relative to a threeyears term of office for readers The bylaw In question Is an expression of the person al wish of Mrs Eddy the founder of the body and many who are unfamil iar with the methods of the body ex press surprise that her will should be so implicitly followed Christian Sci ence churches have no personal pastors and no sermons are preached in them Public services consist in the reading of scriptural texts and correlative passages from Mrs Eddy shook which Is the denominational text book Each church has two readers who are elected by the members of the church The churches while branches of the Boston Institution are congregational in government Each has Its own bylaws relating to the threeyears term of readers needs to be adopted by each church before lt need be followed byeach6ut Mrs Eddys advice and opinion arose generally followed asta have almost the effect of laws and it Is almost certain therefore that al scientist churches having readers who have held office over three years will very soon make a thangeThe State Sentlnal The first anndal meeting of the trustees of the McKinley National Yeas orial association will be held atCantoa j Qj on Oct 28 when the slit of pop ed modumeot will probably- Ofls t1g JwMf t M ealgwg- eIeotyfonr lyearn e lis Tbtiat a s aaeheuid qlVwork tlw age of irtea 1 f J i if I t 1 JN SOCIETY One of the cleverest entertainments recorded for many a day in the social annals of Nevada was the au revolr re ception given yesterday afternoon by the University Club to the Tourist Club for Mrs J C Pike who leaves soon for Columbia to reside and Mrs A J Smith who removes this week to Kansas City to make her future home Mrs N B Miller lent her home to the club and the function took the form of a progressive Literary contest The Miller home Is one of the pretti est in Nevada and the furnishings with the simple yet beautiful decorations combined in making a most artistic settings for the bevies ofjfor faces and the handsome costumes of the hostesses and guests The club colors white and gold were used in the entire floral scheme with most charming effect Golden rod and dai ses banked mantels and doorways which were all pdrtleried witb smilax garlands at the great window in the parlor was decked with autumn leaves which in their beautiful coloring seemed to catch and reflect the tint of the crimson hung walls The library and dining room were In gold and white and in addition to daises and golden rod palms and ferns added their quota of loveliness The feature of the afternoon was the contest in which just the guests par ticipated There were six tables four persons being seated at each and a dt ferent contest was arranged for every table At the first was the Illustra tl oft bf popular books fhere six ures were sketched eacheprtsentirig a book At the second table there were cords bearing the synonyni for names of literary men and at the thlrfr the names of heroes and heroines life task being to give the book in which they figured Table four was especial ly interesting a jumble of words being given the guest being expected to write out correctly the quotation contained therein The fifth contest con sisted of questions the answers to which were the names of an author and at the sixth a little story had been written with blank spaces left which were to be supplied by the titles of popular book Mrs J F Boblnson was awarded the prize an exquisitely bound copy of The Attic Philosopher Mrs H M Duck and Miss Barr were next In the contest as they answered many of the fortyseven questions The book was presented in the most gracious manner by Mrs J Sam Brown the book and the contestsof the afternoon affording her the topics for many clev er witticisms At the close of the afternoon a delicious course luncheon was served the menu and accessories Ing as dainty and perfectly appointed as was the whole entertainment Pretty souvenirs were autumn leaves don in water colors and tied with gold an white ribbon Mrs Miller receive- her guests in a pretty gown of white mull embroidered In black She was aided by the club members and Mrs J HInton Jackson From The Nevada Mo Dally Mail- CUTTING DOWN HILLSIDE When we see a farmer laying an ax at the roots of forest trees on a hillsid- which form a nice shady grove under which the stock can seek the shade in summer and project themselves Iron the cold blasts in the winter we fee like enjoining him on the spot Whe left with the natural growth of timber on it the land will produce certain kinds of grass in the more open spots and at intervals trees may be removed to be used as fuel But when denuded entirely of Its forest growth it begins to wash and presents a spectacle of un sightly hollows and gullies Then th efforts of the owner from that time forward must be in the direction of taking preventative measures to stop the washing in order that the good land above it may not be injured At ia farmers institute last winter th writer llsenedto the speakers discuss the best methods of preventing land 1of this character washing but not one Daniel arose and advised them that the matter should be remedied by get ting a good growth of healthy forest trees back on it as soon as possible Yet this is the only sure cure for hillside washingall others are merely temporary makeshifts =Ex theAatatue of Jutee Simos the r i philosopher and politician is to be emceed in Parse It repraBcas hi aiagiaahnlwdktwllisar I foM 4 pm Me brMftt Qa a odfaaa emir ItD tie PHMTWH pMitfcilpUi aai1wWri lUris a Kilo of aeake 7j 4J tt i FOUNDED IN 1853T YEAH lib 3f IHigb Scbooi Wants ID6ur Sons anb Slaughters ar This wellknown old institution of learning has taken on new life It as now entering its most successful session with flattering prospects for the largest enrollment in its entire history NO TIME TO IDLE DisciplinePrincipalJnt A New LinelOF Clothing for lIen and Boys Overcoats to fit all Pants and allrkinds for men and boys Hats caps ladies and gents shoes All kinds ladies and gents furnishing goods 41 Dry Goods and Linens I of all kinds Underwear for ladies and gents Vorduroy pants a spec v at the low est prices Come see us STRDLL Ii KWEIT GOIIlUia KB fro You Goino W6St 0 THE Henderson Route9 9 IS NAMING Extreme Giieap Rdtos TO WEST AND NORTHWEST iTO ALL POINTS IN CALIFORNIA If you are interested and want further information address IRWINIPassengerAgentdLOUISVILLE KY EI V Miller Crocus Ky t WITH = eJ Sacli Boot and Sho ConiBany No 33 West Pearl Street Cincinnati Ohio Solicits the trade of the merchants in Southern Ken satisfactionguaranteed Farmrs Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for eHydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia for estimates eor tail and se me at the Marcum no tel Yours trulyJ N WO DI PARSON r MOSS co r BLACKSMITHS t WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY- Wei are prepared to do any kind of work In havehr know bow to do work I Qiir prleeaare as low r aid trials as reasonable M say irstofess mechanlw We wil take country produce r at irk fcTtltiel Give I call near CelerblaXlll Gti 1 r 4 Scientific Shoeing 0Iam ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe ng to the repairing of the finest vehicles 1 willmake a specialty ofshoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee k Robertson Give me your work JW COFFEY Bells Restaoram Lebanon KU Frank Beir rroorletor 0 OTMeals sserylat all hoUrs and the if trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms fors kidgers Frank Bell is toe succewpr f r Bill l jf ffy t j flu ADAIB COUNTY Ifi Published Every Wednesday BYTBe Adsir OUI1ty News o rt fU T P =ell t rw rw tdrtnr ltalpq rotl o1t VIndntard b PnytnmeeRPecend clas naI nrnrr WED OOTOBER 29 1902 DEHOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS J P HARRISON- Of Wayne For RAIL tOD COMMISSIONER 0 C McOHORD Of Washington ANNOUNCEMENTS Nor State Treasurer We are authorized to announce H H BEN NINGER Wayne county a candidate for cfSce ot State Jreasurpr subject to the action j oJlhe Democratic party Next Tuesday it is believed the Democrats of Kentucky will 1eloct ten Congressmen and three Judges of the Court of Appeals What do you say to one firm I making421O0000iu ten months Can that much money be made honestly in so short a time That is the amount J P Morgan Co has made during this year A representative of the News was in Louisville last week and natnr ally heard more less politics dis cussed The Democrats are per fectly sanguine that the city will go their way by a handsome m- ajoritIt is not good policy to be too certain in politics apathy oft en loses an election The success ful candidates are the ones who fight from the rising of the sun to the setting thereof Gov Beckham has secured aa opinion froHLjadg W SPfyor hal3Ing that under the Con t tu tion he is eligible to reelection This opinion was published in the CourierJournal of last Saturday and was indorsed by former Gov ernor J Proctor Knott Hon W T Ellis Judge J H Hazelrigg and Mr Lewis McQnown It is now given out from Frankfort that Governor Beckham will formerly announce his candidacy in a few weeks and begin an active canvass of the State Wo find much pleasure in announcing that Mr James Garnett Jr was elected Grand Junior Warden in the meeting of the Grand Lodge of Masons last week in Louisville This is an honor to Mr Garnett to our town and a high compliment to Columbia Lodge No 96 It is a recogni tion of Mr Garnetts executive ability for this statitn only three steps from the Grand Mas ters position Mr Garnett is an active and enthusiastic Mason and is well versed in the laws that gov ern the order as well as the spirit that should actuate every true Ma son to accomplish good The race for this position was animated as several candidates placed in nom ination but Columbias candidate received the necessary votes on the fifth ballot and will be promoted without opposition James Younger a noted bandit committed suicide Sunday Octo ber 19 He was a member of the James gang who robbed the bank cashier1872 He was a member of the gang who robbed the Northfield rMihn bank and was captured whilo fleeing from that city About one year ago he was paroled from the penitentiary where he Eras sent to serve a life sentence Sbou after getting out a fool wo w Vunau fell in love with him and the day was fixed for their marriage but stern law interferred and the yceremony could not be performed 01because Younger had not been par- doned He brooded over this and finally took his owjolife and the World was made a little richer iK His body was cremated A die patch from the woman stated that Jim was her husband spiritually and she would be with hintnil tote time nd the lend attho variety i 6fl1Sir la tt en p i 7f f f l I f J PARKER HARRISON AVV we present the picture of of Mr J Parker Harrison of Mon ticello Democratic candidate for Congress iu ihis district Mr Harrison is a true and tried Dem ocrat never llmchiig or shirking a duty to hisparty or its nominees and beet of all he is sound on the great principlesthe bed rock up on which the party was founded equal justice to all and exclusive privileges to none He is a young man of ability and culture well versed in the law and possesses all the essentials that are necessary for an o ill ciaI He did not seek this nomination but the Democrats of this District sought him and named him as our standard bearer He accepted the nomination knowing full well that a tremeudous Republican majority exists in this District that his chance to win embodied no hope but in obedience to the will of a Democratic convention and to holdup Democratic principles and Democratic courage ha accepted and is now making a fight that should elicit the admiration and active idIf every Democrat in this entire District No truer man could have been named no jtbler and braver one could be entrusted with such responsibilities He deserves your support A sensationalshootingoccurred at Pittsburg Pa lust week Dr Ellis Duncan a prominent young physician of Louisville went to Pittsjjsrg where he met Bruce Head a former Louisville man and after being with him several hours shot him The two men had always been close friends and the shooting is shrouded in mystery Dr Duncan is 28 years old and Head is about 30 The for mer is married the lattle issingle Dtucan is io jail waiting the re stilt of Heads wound It is believed that there IS a woman in ose but Duncans wife is not sus pected of any wrong doing No man is doing more to ad vaice the interest of Kentucky than Mr A Y Ford the manag ing editor of the CourierJournal He is an active member of the Louisville Commercial Club aud was recently elected President of the Kentucky Exhibit Association He is giving much attention to public improvements throughout the State He is also causing to be perfected organizations in all parts ot the Commonwealth to raise one hundred thousand doN lara for a creditable exhibition of Kentucky at the great Exposition to be held at St Louis in 1904 CRAY CRAFT We are about done sowing wheatin this community Quarterly meeting at CLar Spring on the first Saturday and Sunday In November Ltrkln D hart bought of Chas Mur rah of Montpelier two mules for 140I Alexander Murrell visited atSano last Sunday T J Conover of Knifley was herei on business a few days ago 1B Hdvlous visited our merchants a few days ago G J Hurt will have a saw mill on his farm in a low days- J M Wilson is on the sick list Mrs Geo Combest of Caintown Is visiting her son Jas M Combest at this place E A McKinley will soon have his dwelling bousecompletcdJ DIED Lillian a little daughter of Mr and Mrs Leslie Roberts died Tuesday night October 21 She waaslck sever al Heekyandsuffer d Intensely during tier illness Although every effort was made to alleviate the pain of thejittle saffenr Luman aid could furnish no relief IZ was a handsome baby about fifteen month old Oalyleft one child with the loving parents Be ligiousBerylceirWcra held on IdiY after which the remains were laid to rest jfttafftBBilf grave yard Mush syapatby Is felt for the almost heart bctAwi pttt nth Afl fli Ii J 5 r LOST A fewdys ago I lust a 810 green bick bill at or near Glenville Tbe finder will be liberally rewarded If returned tome B W WlLDUBN- GlensforV Ky CAMP KXOX Dr and Mrs iiuuker are In Louis vile buying their Winter goods Mrs Haywood Mitchell of Virginia visiting her mother Mrs Ingram 1Mr Sam Nat Hancock passed here rvredneiday Inr V T Irviic nt Jontsville Ind home to attend his inothero fu uvral He return d Thursday Mr L n Caht11 turned from Louisville Thursday F C and W C Peuick are doing some work on Mr Sam Henderson bouse near Greensburg Mrs Bragg and her son Sam Camp bellsville attended her sisters f funera Mrs Irvine Mrs Fayette Davis and her slstr Miss Caldwell spent last Wednehday witii Mrs Lucien Durham Miss Bet tie Rhodus spent last Fri day with her parents and friends at McDonald closed his meeting at Ebenerz Thursday night Mrs Sallle Grove visited her sister Mrs Jordan Groove last week Mrs J N Penlck is visiting her daughter Mrs J R Irvine Mr Rodgers says business is on tbe rush this week and he has had to run his mill all week KNOB LICK Farmers are very busy sowing wheat Mr Joe Thompson Is quite sick at this time with typhoid fever Joes friends are quite anxious about him as he Is rather a favorite as a neigh bor and citizen Mrs Wyatt Hayes Is also very sick with typhoid fever There Is considerable excitement in this county in regard to an epidemic of diphtheria which is raging i most all parts of the county Messrs Hous ton Pedigo Jo Price and Wil Tibbs of this immediate vicinity have each lost a hild with the dreadful disease Sev eral others have died in the county Mr and Mis John W Thompson of tbe Milltown community are at tbe bedside of their son Joe Thompson Mr Dave Higgison of Grail Hope was visiting here last week Hon McKenzie Moss of Bowling Green and Hon J A Congress spoke to a very small crowd here Monday night in tbe interest of Mr Mosss candidacy for Congress in this district Notwithstanding the appointment had been advertised for some time tbe leading Republicans failed to get up much of a crowd and very few of the leaders were present The Hon John S Rhea spoke to a large crowd here this afternoon The little Giant never fails to have alarge crowd and always has something to say He confined his speech mostly to showing up the Trust movement and dune it to a finish He also made a speech at Centre which was the last of six speeches be made in tbe county Mr Mike Thompson the popular commercial man called on our mer chants and incidentally stepped in to hear Mr Rhea Tom Newberry of Hiseville with 235 pounds of true Democracy was here today Dr McPherson and wife of Horse Cave were visiting at this place last weekJ Morris sheriff of our county was doing business with par boys last week LIBERTY There is lots ofslckne33 In this com munity A P Young Henry Taylor and T J Bell are In Louisville A LipeJudge Tilford Sam Woods and C G Jeffries were in Danville yes terday on business Misses Ola Rice and Lucy Bell of Dunnvlile are visiting friends here Misses Lavona Higgins and Monte Combest of Evona visited J H Thomas last week Coulter White and Chas Lutes of Stanford and G R Wllkerson of this place arc scouring the country for cat tIc Campbell Policy of Pellytonwere through here last week with a nice bunch of cattle bound for the Harrods burg market Giboney Jeffriesr ot this place last week bought of Robt Allen of Taylor county a fine walk trot gelding for which they paid a fancy price They also sold a nice bunch of hogs to RB Wilkerson at W per hundred MrP W Whipp of the firm of Whlpp Bros has sold his Interest id the mercantile business to Mr Wm Stone We understand that Mr Whipp in company with Mr Jas CowI den and Dr Jas Wesley and wife will leave in a short time for New liexlcOl to make their future home G I N Gillocfc has sold his stock of goods to Brown Bell 3Te understand that Mr Glllockl H going West We regret to lose so good a citizen Tle race tt the fair ground last Saturday wVi a rti s cces thi race wass won by L fy Jones the bay rare mare owned by Gibooy Jelrles- Mrr Wi O WiVkersoQ ta ereotliMryii very kxgeg and tt r L f II 2 MSTSFLBS GW S T Qtaples Robertson So rrxr t II LIVERYME N Columbia Kentucky I I OCCUPYING THE WELLKNOWN STAND Iknown as the Barbee stable and situated on the pike as lilt you euter Columbia from Campbellsville Good horses fill firstclass vehicles Prices as low as the lowest This firm also owns the stable attached to the Hancock Ho It1 Your trade is solicited ililM PURITY AND PERFECTION IN DROSS I171111 The name RENZ on a package of drugs or medicines is in itself a certificate of excellence The dominant motive of our house is to supply the purest of everything and at prices that mean 100 cents of satisfaction for every dollar spent Postpaid Prices for OutofTown Buuers 100 pills Aloin Belladonna and Strychnine for 17 An tlkatunia Powder and Tablets oz 110 100 pillsAssafoetida 3 grain vv I 22 Assafoetlda 5 grain 27 It Blauds Iron Tonic 22 Compound Cathartic Vegetable 15 IICompound Cathartic USP 15 100 Calomel Tablets 110 t i i grain 7 100 Calomel Tablets 1 grain 12 100 Morphine Tablets i grain 22 looStrychnine Tablets 160 130 grain 7 Trusses New York Elastic single 60 Trusses New York Elastic double 85 Good Leather Covered Steel Truss 125 Hard Rubber Trusses 85 We guarantee the quality of our goods and deliver them to your address at prices named above We handle a complete line of everything that is reliable in the drug line The saving in cost and absolute assurance of purity builds our business Our mailorder trade is large and growing daily A Trial Order Large or Small is Solicited RENZ DRUG GOMPflNY LOUISVILLE KY J F BIGGS D W VOSS Ship your Eggs Poultry and Game t- oBGGScVOSSProduce Commission Merchants SPECIALTIES EGGS POULTRY AND GAME Apples Onions Potatoes Etc 413 AND 415 BROOK STREET Bet Jefferson and Green BIG 4 BLOCK LOUISVILLE KY C j J G HOPKINS i tSIGN OP THE BEE HIUE Dry Goods 4t O and 226 E MARKET ST BET BROOK AND FLOYD Established 1879 LOUISVILLE KY W PLINKE3 JHUIHIlEI HJ1D WATCh flJHKHJ fWe respectfully ask the people of Adair and adjoining counties to call at our store for prices when in the city 200 WEST MARKET STREET KENTUCKY house and will embank In the mercantile business soon Bill filll of Campbellsville Ed Sweeney of flustonvllle and Mr Bishop of Somerset are among tbe traveling men in town this week Dr M O Salle made a professional trip to Adair county last week Dr W W Phillips has reentered college at Louisville Wince is a great tooth carpenterandwe wish him great sucees LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLEExtra 1650675 Light shipping 5 76610 Best butchers 5005t0 Fair to good butchers 3 OQ3 75 Common to medium btchr 4 254 50 uoos Choice packing and but4h ers 300 to 300 Jbs 7 00 Fair to good packing 18Q to aoofcg 4 885 Good to extra llghtjiaoto lQJ 725 SSHEEI AND Goodtoxtr s ilpping sj- SMepE 2 7t C- Oaalrto4good 7 271 till coe rwe kirterlfule liisi oil 1 it Notions eke GEORGE LOUISVILLE YETINERY SORGEON Fistulo Poll cvll splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction Tarn fixed to take care of stock SI OBENSIIAW2- J4 mile from CoiuebiaonDieappotatmenI ScientificSho8ing 0I am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse shoe ng oth6 repairing of the finest yehiplefl twill make a specialty of shoeiogs horses with diseased hoof and guard ntH tisfaction T My shop alociWd bock of livery ask Barbee nub rtiou Give IBC f7 Ct0E1 K EiF + iLs yIl 5 UGIBONEY S JEFFRIES Feed and Sale Stable JDEALERSFANCY HORSES AND HIGH GRADE MULES DRUMflERS RIOS A SPECIALTY Liberty Kentucky ENTERPRISE 4 HOTELICHAS F GANS BRO 234242 EAST MARKETSTB- ET ST- SLOUISVILLE KY y air Rates per DarAtjsoauteSatbfac- tioJ ctGuaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR FOR TEN BOARDERSOMLY1 BIG REDIJ- 6TIONINPRICESON ELUOOD 1 FN6INGDB- HLBR BROTHERS 116 East MarkctStreetcLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BICS Take The News and keep posted on the happenings of Southern Kentuckyr News and Coiirier= Journal for 150 l CHAS E SENG =DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY c ALSO SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE TESTING OF EYES AND GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED r300 E Market St Bet Floyd Preston- LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY air Watches Clocks andJewelry Rcp- alredVICTORIA HOTELSJF 10thand BroadwagH = fr IiOtflSVlIlIlE H 1ENTUGIY This hotel has been refitted nndris one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop p GEO GE K COSBY fand er J T CARSON C E PROCTOR OF J T d co Op COUNTY CftRSONFEOCTOR CO FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS iaa West Jefferson StLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consignment of Country Produce Solicited Reference First NatJ Bank sNewly Furnishedo American Plan 100 Per Day Ni6 Boslers flotifirMEflLS25c NIG BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited i 523 West Market Street Louisvllie 0 O Kentucky E t0 HUGHES 60 fI If 771I f 1rSASH POdPS BLINDS 5 t AND All Kinds of BuMin Materlstl WRITE FOR ESTIMATES t ilt x Gltc Jy LOUISVILLE KY JI r 0 f i Y if PERSONAL MENTION rr Dr U L Taylor Is back from Rich mood Mr Melvin Judd has returned fret Lexington Mr J 0 Strange aud wife are visit jog in Burksvillp Mrs L B Hurt has been quite sick for the past week Mr J H Judd spent last Sunday with his children at this place Mrs H 0 Baker returned from a visit to Lebanon last Friday Mr L B Hurt went jn a business trip to Cross field Tenn last week Mrs W K Azbill who is visiting In Indianapolis is expected home this week Mr Wm Irvine Camp Knox was visiting relatives in Columbia last Monday Mr LO Stone and wife left Mon Jt day for Illinois where they will make their future home Mr McGufflnHardin Harrodsburg nephew of Mrs R L Hatcher was visiting here last week Mrs W T McFarland and her bright little daughter Alma are vis sting relatives In Marlon and Nelson Garnett Jr and her little daughter Francis spent several days of last week with friends in Camp bellsvllle Mrs Kate Sylvers and her little son of Utah are visiting Mrs Sylvers parents Mr and Mrs D J Schooling this city- Messrs Edwin Hurt and Frank Sandusky left for Louisville last Mon day having accepted positions in a furniture factory Mr W S Conover who was stricken with paralysis last week is improving slowly but his friends hope that tie will be able to be out in a short time Mr John Rlall of Cane Valley who has been sick for several weeks has improved to the extent that he is able to go to Louisville for treatment and will leave for the city this week Dr J J Booker and wife Camp Knox were in Louisville last week the doctor attending the Grand Lodge of Masons While in the city he pur chased a supply of new goods for his i Mary Garnett wife of Judge Jas Garnett was taken quite sick at the Christian church last Sunday fore noon the room being too warm She was conveyed home where she recover ed in a few hoursIDeputy Collector Geo Nell returned from Washington D C a very sick man He has now recovered sufficiently to be at his post in Lebanon but he is far from being well and is not like ly fu be himself for several weeks Mrs Stewart Kinnaird of Red Lick who has teen dangerously ill with pneumonia is thought to be some bet ter She is an aunt of Mrs Kizzle Murrell this place who was at her bedside several days of last week Mr R M Hurt who left here fOJ the Mountains of Tennessee a short time ago with the hope that the climate would be beneficial to his health writes Mr M L Mitchell that hestood the trip to Crossfieldvery well landing there in fine spirits LOCAL JOTTINGS I e 7 bushel barrel salt at 210 cash at W L Walkers- EmpireWheat Drills 860 each at WM F JEFFRIES SON Jf you want a stylish suit or over coat come to W L Walker A nice lot of new Fall and Winter readytowear hats at Mrs Brad shaws Columbia can now talk to Louisville long distance connection having been completed A cold wave struck this place last Monday necessitating the hauling on of overcoats A full line of dry goods notions la dies and gents shoes will be found at Strull Kweits Come to the rescue of your town and your county by giving a good subscrip tion to the school Empire Wheat Drills Disc Hoe for 6000 cash W F Jeffries Son If you need a good pair ladles or childrens shoes by Wolf Bros for sale a by TV L Walker Every pair guar anteed Farmers of this county are about up with their Fall work with the excep tion of corn gathering which has com menced The Deerlng corn busker and shred der is on the market For sale- by Wai F JEFFRIES de SON Iftbeweather should be propitious there wl lbe a nicnic at Griffin Springs next Saturday EU1 W K Azbill audwire will chaperone thee jMirtyjfrolntbls place fL We hays removed to the room over Cravens Drug Store Any one de teu workln dreHsmaklBg will please i r 1r JilIBLLXN I3IIkTON i t fit t1Wf ST1 hWi- r I Mens grey and black mix ed suits 400 4 styles Faultess taylor made 500 4 great bargains in Fault less taylor made 650 5 different styles Faultless taylor made 750 5 different styles Fault less taylor made 1000 W L WALTER Next Monday will be county court Several stock buyers will be here next Monday Next Tuesday will be the election Vote for Harrison A letter from Hon M L White will be published next week Attend the meeting at the Baptist church next Friday night Eld Z T Williams is conducting a series of meetings at Nell this county A telephone line from Keltner via Mllltown to Gradyville ought to be built The farm known as the Moulton place near Camp Knox was sold last week to Wm Taylor for 8800 I want to buy a set of double harness second hand S D CKENBHAIV The News office is now connected with Mr O S Harrisresidence which is one and onequarter miles out of town Tbe attention of the traveling public is called to the advertisement of Staples Robertson C Co liverymen this place Last week was a great week for wheat sowing in this part of the world and nearly all our farmers finished the work so we are informed FOR SALE9 acres of land and a good dwelling miles from Columbia Good spring near house Will sell cheap W L WALKER Come to our ware room and see OUP big line ofsaddles bridles harness etc We will sell you same as close as the closest W F JEEFRIBS SON CaptJS Chapman purchased of Anderson Holiaday last week the farm known as the Gaunter Miller property and will remove to it at once It is oar understanding that the Con sideration was thirtytwo hundred dollars Capt bapmanIsa good citizen and his familiar figure will now be seen inColumbia of tenen Mr Jake Redford who was a successful salesman fur Mendel Weinstock- C Co for twelve years has severed hiS connection with that house and is now traveling for tbs wellknown firm Swann Abraham Ob Hfe will cover the territory South of Columbia and will carry the finestlfae ofbaisetc ever offered to l Ifahd is ib w R1CI it I r THE RAILROAD The preliminary survey of the rail way from Green river to Columbia wa completed last Thursday at noon Two lines were run from Kelleyvllle to the vicinity of the Cheatham hill The decision as to which of these routes will be taken cannot be announced till the surveyors report Is comple ed out itlsknown already that the line via Cane Valley is shorter The location survey be begun probably at Columbia within a few days Mr Cornwell the Engineer thinks it can be made within fifteen or twenty days Judging from his obser vations along the line Ot the preliminary survey and a glance over the oth er half of the line he says a road can be made on which steam engines can be used if desired the heaviest grade being that on the Columbia side of Green river which will be only sixty to seventy feet to the mile As the heavy traveling will go the other way this presents no great difficulty but rather affords a help and the better the grade the more can be hauled by the Electric motors The Engineer says also that theCOst 3f making the grade need not exceed 17000 per mile and that possibly it may Be made for much less He is greatly pleased with tbe Taylor county end of the line All this is encouraging yet there is me cloud in the elsewhere bright sky Tome of the Taylor county people re fuse to give the right of way making it impossible to getinto Campbellsvllle without a fight which Mr Azbill does not want to make What then Shall the road go to Wrights Station five miles West or toJSpurllngton five or six niles East Of Campbellsvllle Or shall It go to the Cincinnati Southern Of curse every man on the way to the Dlncinnrtl Southern would gladly give the right It is not too late to make tbe change Judge Jones and other gentlemen who know the country avor this route and have done so from the first It might be well for Mr Az blll to delay his survey till he can vestigate the other outlet MRS WILSONS WILL The will ofMrs Catharine A Wilson was admitted to probate in the efferson County Court on October 23 902 Large bequests were made to ifferent charitable institutions cluding the school to be located in Co umbla Ky by the Louisville Annual Conference as follows viz I will to the LindseyWilson Train Ing School to be located at or near Columbia Ky twentyfour Louisville Southern railroad 5 per cent bonds Of 1000 each as an endowment fund to remain in said bond The interest on ly to be used for the benefit of the in tltution if the school should prove a allure then the above named bonds shall be equally divided between the Training School at Elkton Ky and the Female College at Russellville Ky both as an endowment fund It will be seen from this will that It- Is important that we act at once and raise the amount required of the Co umbla District We arc yet 81900 short of the required 8000 and It is important that this sum be subscribed at once so that all the arrangements appertaining to the location can be made and the requirement of Mrs Wilsons will complied with We therefore call upon the citizens of Adair county and especially the Methodist to subscribe to this rand enterprise which will improve society stimulate business and build up the communityJ w Chairman T B STULTS Secretary- Z M STAPLES T E PATJLL 0 S HARRIS N M TUTT T A MURRELC des GAItNETT JR Committee The news of Columbias prosperity has spread over the State Every person with whom you come in contact makes inquiry about the proposed electric line and the Methodist Training School The Louisville Times of last Tuesday contained a engtby statement abput the school rbat it expected to do ana bow it would be supported given out by members of the committee The article stated that tbe erection of the build- Ings would commence in a very short time and the school would open the first or next September The build- Ings can not be completed by that time but a sufficient number of rooms odd be ready to begin work Our people have not as yet raised all the money required of them but the soliciting committee is at work and feel sure that the full 88000 will be raised In Columbia and Columbia district Ilfthe meantime every body is requested to give aud give at open Mr B E Rowe and wife returned rom a bridal tour the first of last week Tuesday evening a reception was held at the residence of the grooms ether Mr W B Rowe the following arsons being present Dr A M Rowe and wife Glasgow Mrs L B Hurt Mr JP Dohnney and wife MisseS Emma HunnLorena Pile Irene Dohoney Sallle Rey Marcum Zilpah unbar Bess Dohoney Marietta and Bess Rowe MessrsFrank Hill G P 3mythe W H Flowers 13d Staple bung Bart Jo Covey Jn ILemufjl andltlaklrdDohoneya ti DJ iCU fJrftdy Ref rebtfmeqts were ssfydd and delightful music ndered 1 The Bowling Green papers report the marriagelast ekof Mr Tom Pcazer to Miss Pauline Hardy The FpuBgladY resided at Rawelvil and Mr Frazer amktlrclerkbetween Bowl nKgrcenaad Memphis If weiatetake iotthegroo lf a eon of tile late T 3 plsoeii1 rf I4 t 4 Prof Winchester S t u a rt who was principal of Columbia Male and Female High School from 1864 to 1870 died at his late home In Owens borp Ky Sunday night October 19 a victim of diabetes He was one of the best educators in the State a polishes gentleman anda devout Christian No man ever lived in Columbia who was more highly respected All hist old pupils throughout this part of the State who loved him as ajteacber will receive this message with sadness Educationally speaking perhaps he had the honor of training more boys and girls than any other one person In Kentucky Tho deceased was a first cousin to MrE W Reed Mrs Georgia Shelton Miss Octavla Reed and Mr Walton Reed this city The stretching of wire on the Colum biaand telephone line began last Thursday Within a few days the line will be completed to Mr Henry Harmons a distance of ten miles The people between Mr Harmons and Pellyton who subscribed to the fund havesome little misunderstanding and no work oh that part of the line ha been done At any rate the good work has been started and about twothird rods of the distance covered so it Is safe to say that the line will be built to Pellyton in the near future whether it meetslthe approbation and aid of every body or not The people in that sec tlpn of the country ought to see the importance and convenience of com pleting the line and should take stock in W M Wilmore our efficient correspondent was in Louisville all lest week mingling with the Masons of Kentucky making it impossible for him toturnlsh a spicy letter for this Issue He informs u4 by telephone that no news of a startling character has occurred In his community and that the people are generally well Between now and our next issue he will compile all the happenings In his beat sending them in for publication Mr Wilmore is a valuable correspond ent and in every issue of the News since its publication began five years ago a letter from him has appeared with only three exceptions Mr Ewing Wells who Is a stepson of Rev Jessee L Murrell who went West some time ago has not beenC heard from for months and his moth er and others who are interested in him are sorely distressed He is about 20 or 21 years old light complected and will weigh about 130 pounds By profession he Is a photographer He was last heard from In California tion in the art of making pictures Anyone knowing his whereabouts will relieve a distressed mother by writing to Rev Jessee L Murrell Lebanon Ky Mr S D Crensbaw bought a farm from Irvin G Thomas containing 110 acres near Egypt for 8600 He also sold his stallion Day Springand Jack Beecher to Mr Thomas for 600 Mr Crenshaw will in the near future provide lor his many patrons in the stock line He intends to purchase a high- bred trotting stallion and will have a better stable for breeding purposes than he has ever had He will put in the very highest type of a horse and also as good a jack as can be secured in the entlrecotlntry This is tne season of year for typhoid fever to break out and an epidemic of this disease is rightfully attributed to local causes An accumulation of rubbish and filth about the premises and the neglect to clean out wells bring on this deadly disease It Is therefore the duty of every housekeeper to see that the dwelling and every thing connected with the premises are put in a good sanitary condition A little precaution saves health and life MOUNDS IND TER Oct 21 MR C S HARRIS COLUMBIA KY Please change my address on your register from Hale Mo to Mounds I T as I have become a resident of the last named place but dont think I can get along very well without your paper If you should ever get down In the southwest dont forget to stop and take a look at this country Respectfully Yours- J Z REYNOLDS It is about definitely settled that instead of having four prayermeetings a week In this town all the churches will come together and engage in Union prayermeetings going from church to church holding four meet- Ings a month This move will bring out large congregations showing the proper Christian spirit Benz DrugCo Second and Market Louisville has an ad in the News thlsweei offering some special bar gains Prices are given and mail orders are solicited This is one of the most reliable drug houses In the city and these prices are given out with the hope of catching some of the trade that goes from Columbia Goo W Pllnke is one of the best jewelers in Louisville and he employs several firstclass watchmakers He solicits repairing from this section he State guaranteeing saltefactlbn Hisiine of goods suitable for Christ oar presents cannot be surpassed l Biggs Voss are leading produce men ia Louisville Their extensive nessle due to fair dealing with the couBlry trade Shipjthem your butter eggs pjyalfcry aod game andrecelfeior it the tifrbwt market price 413 415 hook street i The eouaitof the Jhamaier and the arm ofthCtaw will be juifthftd to great exteatin her town if we fall to wear reiIM aadarlllltTralsIegi Sefcbel Plifce tktsabamIf H IS thrt A GOOD FARM FOR SALE I will sell my farm known as the E P Waggener farm situated 2i miles from Columbia On tbe Stanford road and Sulphur creek containing 265 acres This farm Is well improved It is one of the best watered farms in the county and is in a good community Seventy acres in timber the rest in cultivation Address IF B WAQQENER Columbia Ky MULES WANTED I will be in Columbia Monday Nov 3rd 1902 to buy mules in good flesh and from 14 to 16 hands high MoNTE Fox NOTICE I will sell at auction my entire stock of merchandise next Monday alt the court house J FMEDAIUS NOTICE All parties owing the estate or J Pierce Dohoney by note or account will please come forward and settle the same at once This matter must be closed at once J W HuRTjidmr Born tothe wife of Tom Hughcsa son October 27 1902 Dr O S Dunbar Is now In posses sion of his residence recently purchased of Mr D H Butler having removed last week Mr R B Wilson of Cane Valley bought last week 400 geese from Irvine Watson of Edmonton He will ship about the 20th of November There will be singing at Hutchin sons school house next Sundayafter noon conducted by Profs Cabbell and PIke Bring your Pentecostal Hymns The Kentucky Company operating in Clinton county struck a paying wen at Cartwright last week It is the finest quality of green oil and much excitement prevails Last Saturday Mr Jo Hutchinson was thirtysix years old and his wife rave him a surprise dinner Only a ew relatives were present but the dinner was a magnificent affair Why dont the people of Ozark Cray craft Tartei and Font Hill build a elephone line to this town It would be a good investment and open up a Rood country in wire working Young peoples Christian Association will be organized at the Baptist luurch next Fridry night All theI joung men and ladies both married and single arc requested to be present Every one who is able and who is ntcrested in elevating the business of Columbia should give something to the proposed Training School It is an enterprise that this community cannot afford to lose MrsMary Harvey will open a subscription school at her residence immediately after the close of the corn mon schools She is a very competent eacher and solicits patronage from parents of this community The brick work on W F Jeffries Sons new business house was completed last week Mr L V Hall the Inner is now putting on tbe roof The front of the building Is to have very handsome finish A protracted meeting will begin near featsvllle in Tabernacle church on the 3rd night in November and will be onducted by Rev N W Profflt It- earnestly hoped that every body in hat section will be ready for a good meeting Eld W K Azbill preached a strong sermon at the Christian church last Sunday forenoon He Incidently re erred to the classes grinding the life mtuf the masses showing from a Bible tandpolnt that trusts and combines rere radically wrong J G Hopkins conducts a retail dry goods and notion store 226 East Market Louisville His place of business known as the Bee Hive so con tautly are patrons passing In at his Lear He invites you to call and see ilm when in the city The cooperation meeting of Christ- Ian churches held at Chestnut Grove last Saturday and Sunday was largely trended Several interesting reports rerc made showing that the membership was increasing There were a umber of ministers present who de livered Interesting talks Oil operators are still at work in Wayne county and are meeting with reasonable success Last week the Pennsylvania Lubricating Companys wellNo 13 an unlucky number ame in at adepeh of 480 feet It4s aid that this well is producing 300 barrels per day of a fine quality of green FOR SLEone hundred acres of land about six miles east of Columbia One mile from Stanford road from two to three hundred dollars worth of lmber Reasonable terms For any InformatIon apply to Ji S Breeding Eunicet Ky or Ona Breeding VeaterKy A report has been in oirculatln for sometime thatthe bridge across Green river on the pike is ussafe We state for the benefits of the traveling public that Mr Gee JL Gowdy the Presi dent of ttni road took the precaution to have the floutrgctor who put up tbe bridge to come and wake an ex alMtlob sad alter gofeg over It- arefallyproaeeaeedit perfectly wfe iki l lt i I l fm7J 11 7i 7IM1 7t 7lI 8 7f Ih I li cv InIv UNDERL tIII IJ flew ana gJCn ewewrr E JL A uve ue r rYrr rrs rrmr rrc rrrr rr nrm trrir icvao Jpff Having purchased Mrs Emma T Stranges w 00 vx stand I am receiving every few days all the latest n in novelties in the millinery line I have secured the K services of Miss Margaret Baker pf Louisville an Ifi experienced trimmer and who is perfectly familiar E with all thelatest designs I can please you in prices 1 tr style and quality of goods I invite the ladies to vi ifinis I BIRDIE POWELL W t liwvriOWviliy iie vvuwn lii mnmnvnn 1 1 1 11 lINIAT A BllRG 1 second hand saw mill 1 ten horse powsr engine ten horse power port able engine and boiler 1 twelve horse power engine and boiler mounted JOS H CHANDLER Campbellsvllle Ky PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY ZT Wllliams Cane Valley W H C Sandldgc Union L B Burton White Oak A H Baugh Beech Grove G W Montgomery Phil J Q Montgomery Turnersvllle J F Barger Freedom E M Metcalfe Columbia A L Mell Picketts Chapel T F Barber Glenvllle COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean 16i Washed Wool 23 Beeswax 22 Feathers4CHides Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeng35CSpring Chickens 7 Old Hens 7 Eggs 15 Dried Apples 3 J This report will be submitted for revision weekly A yearling heifer red with a little white under her fore legs strayed from my farm Information as to her whereabouts wanted JAMES HOLT ADAY ROLLINGBURG- Born to the wife of C E Paxton October 21st a girl Ruth the little daughter of Mr and Mrs McKee Shlrrell Is sick with fever Henry Bagby and Miss Leisure Hood were married at the residence of the brides fattier at Erie October 10th Rev J A Johnson officiating Ed Handy has rented the W W Cornellson farm for next year consid eration one hundred dollars E B Lodgen after twenty months Imprisonment at Louisville was re leased and arrested on an Indictment for shooting Robt Wade in this coun ty several years ago He was landed in the Greensburg jail but gave bond the next day He is visiting relatives and friends here A thief or thieves stole two sides of bacon from S A McMahan one night last week A protracted meeting lg beingheld at Ebeneezer by Rev McDonald Rev John Berry and Rev Geo Grove will begin a meetingat Bethlehem Monday night after the fourth Sunday In this monthB Lowe is building a dwelling house near Gresham Mrs Lucy Wilson of Greensburg visited at A W Paxtons on Monday- M A Buchanan the Gresham mer chant has placed a pair of stock scales in the lot near bs store JH Paxton preparing to build a stock barn GADBERY C C Jones and family of Columbia were welcome visitors Here from Fri day till Sunday J T White of Columbia made a business trip here last week S H White was at Sinrksville last Colored people hive closed a two weeks meeting with three additions to the church W CLoyof Fair Play lain a low state of health We undrstand that IE Bennett will occupy the R W Huh property toW Hurt our merchant is hay ing a fine trade WT Loy lias about finished his new residence We have been informed that Miss Stella Conover will teach our next school at Johnson school house We will be pleased to have Miss Conover with us as she is an accomplished lady J G Gtdberry and JiR Murrell madebHtn M Grip to COluiDblalut week j atGleaiforkoeR Mwrrell fctif a JIM coirJor sale JTjqdtJt1ry irJJ RICHMOND EDITOR NEWS I promised before leaving Columbia to write if I found anything worth writing I took a trip over into Clark county with Prof McGarvey and crossed the Kentucky river at the his toric city of Boonesboro Very little of the town remains A portion of the old fort is still standing but Dan is gonethe neighbors say he left here several years ago and that it is likely that he is dead before this time Things have very much changed since Daniel left the neighborhood Instead of the war whoop of the in jun we have the shrill screaming of the locomotive Instead of the muffled sound of the paddles of the Indian canoe we have the oars of a ferry boat Instead of the crack of the Indians rifle we have the loud thunder like noise of the blasting of the government contractors at the up going locks and dams of the Kentucky river The trees that Dan was wont to carve his name on during the intervals of his shooting miens have all been captured by relic hunters Even the land terrapins whose backs were scratched in the Eigh teenth Century and turned loose have all crawled away I did not see one The curses and damns of the big In juns when in deadly conflict with Dan have given way to the Locks and Dams being built by the Government near the historic fort If Mr Boone could be permitted either in the flesh or out of it to visit the scenes of his vigorous manhood I think he would be very much disappointed Civilization was pressing too close to him while here and he departed to find more congenial climeSand more InjunsU TAYLOR- CAMPBELLSVILLE H Sweeney Esq Commonwealth Attorney was in town Thurs day last on a flying business trip Isnt it a little strange that our Prohibition friends are running a Bar rel for Congress in the 4th district It is not definitely known whether the Barrel is empty or not Maybe the immaculate Republican party will fill it A rumor comes through the clrrtcumamblent air that the Republicans will unite on Barrel in order to defeat our handsome and versatile Dave Smith having no candidate of their own These be strange times Suit has been brought in Marion county by attorneys Hill S Sweeney against the Louisville C Nashville R R Co for 817500 The suit has re ally been brought against the South ern Division of the Cumberland Ohio Railroad Co and the L Nls made a party to it This incidentally involves Taylor and Green coucticz although Mr Sweeney alleges that no Iclaim will be set up against either The allegation among other things sets up that the Cumberland Ohio are indebted to the L N In the sum of 727000 It will be well for Green and Taylor counties to investigate Hon D H Smith present member of Congress of the 4th District came to our town on Friday last He came on the Lebanon morning train and re turned on the evening He was warm ly greeted by many citizens ills rec ord in Congress is highly honorable to himself and useful to his constituents He will receive the full voteof the unterrifled throughout the district There Is some talk that the Republicans being without a candidate of their own will unite on Mr Barrel the Prohibition candidate It is a weak invention of the enemy It will take more than a Barrel to beat the popular Congressman Mr R A White formerly connected with a tobacco warehouse in Louis ville was in Campbellsville Saturday He Is now the owner and occupant of a large and splfcndjd farm InGreen county near WbiteyjoodiP devoting himself to farming Interest Mr White is an all round genlaV po lice and clever gentleman andbasa multitude of friends wherever known lie deserves noicredit however for be Lag what ke is because he cannot help It it he wished PRODUCE if twlU pay the hlghestcash prices forS ill Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay fra1Sto 226 for telephone6atLayrlaS i r i v 0c CORRECT FALL CLOTHING FOR MAN OR BO- Ys en very next time you re In our city we would like you to call and see usCome get a little booklet on FALL STYLES any wayIts free for the asking writing We want you to know what good Furnishings and Hats we sell and how cheap riprices ar- eMs SUITS 500 to BOYS SUITS 8150 to 7 HATS 50 to OOi i3rd Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Samuel Roberts aged 73 Is dead in is to have a dally paper Bays a dispatch J S Crewswell is the University eleven defeated Centre College 24 to 17 at Nashville Saturday Marcus Helm has bought out a half in the coal and feed store of W H Llllard Danville Andrew Patrick aged 97 years is dead at Willlamsbunr He was th oldest man in Whitley county B B Edmunds has been elected Vice president of the Marion National Bank to succeed the late Col Carlisle Mrs W H Lawell of Shelby City died after a short illness She is sur vived by her husband and three sons C B Bailey formerly of the Lex ington Democrat has taken a position as book keeper in the First Nation Bank of Somerset Judge R J Breckinrldge says he will not begin an active campaign to governor until after the November election He will take an active par In the present campaign Andrew Doan aged 20 was arrested In Rockcastle to await an Investigation of the death of his wife aged 19 who was found dead at her home wit a bullet through her brain John Martin was given a life sen tence at Pineville for murdering Martha White a 10 year old girl who frequented the Quarter House when he was there two years ago At Jackson Station on the Burgin branch of the Southern railway a passenger train ran into an open switch The rear coach was derailed and about a dozen persons sustained serious injuries The date of the Kentucky Good Roads Association has been finally ed far Nov 18 and 19 The meetingI will be held at Lexington Rev A JI Pike of Broadhead is the executive committeeman for this district A Bockcastle man has ordered some whiskey tablets from aSt Louis house He says when he wants a drink he only has to reach IntO his vest pocket pull forth a tablet drop it into a glass of water and there you are Three suspicious characters were arrested at Harrodsburg They had in their possession seven pairs of new pants seven jeweJel rings a gold med al and 750 They were placed in jail to await developments and Identification of their alleged booty Harry M Givan has resigned as edt tor of the Pineville Herald In his Valedictory he says that he hopes to see Pineville appreciate her home paper and not send all her job work to London where they print a hundred postal cards for a dollar the printer furnishingthe stock The corner stone of the mens new industrial building at Berea College was laid Friday In the presence of one of the largest crowds ever gathered together in Madison county Address es were made by Julian Ralph the author Supt Boone and Dr Thayer of Cincinnati Dr Barton and Robert T Lincoln of Chicago IN FAVOR OF SHEEP It is sometimes asserted that cattle and sheep require the same amount of feed per thousand lbs of live weight This statement seems not to be well ionnded In some experiments at the Iowa Station the cattle consumed 10 6 bs of live weight against an average of 2907 by sheep Both thee p and cattle were pii full feed The sheep made a daily gain of4J78 poaildprof e 14 In iwMUDg up thiii o pritoc r iiwepate48p 1tjteyaleo Rained n rj 76 pematv aorLFrof0 P Carter n1- uersHsrs lr JournalT Dry Wftoorf oc 1 f 1 j a J COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAm ClBCUIT COURT KY W J Admr Plaintiff EqwBy vlrcje of a Judgment and of sale of Adair Circuit Court rends- ed at the September Term thereof 1902 in the above cause I shall pro teed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Columbia Kentucky to AUoTIONvember 1002 at one oclock P M or dayupon certalar Caseyscreecontaining e conveyed to decedent J Casekey by B A Caskey fully described by Judgmentand e wlthapprovedcute Bondbearing legal interest from the of sale until paid and having judgmentBldderpromptly with these terms HUBTMASTEK A WAY TO HAPPINESS alFnd out as early as possible what you can best do and do it with all yo might- r Cultivate a philosophical vein of yotu you you can alter your environment Do not waste your vitality in hating your life find something in it which youi at you desire Be happy every day ov something for the brain is a thing of habit and you can not teach it to be happy in a moment if you allow it to be miserable tor years Make yourself worthy of true friend ship and lasting respect and worthy love and If any of these emotions seem to prove ephemeral rememb they were not the reliabilities real ones will come to you since you are worthy Acquire all the knowledge and compllahmentspossibleandenterl n studies and sports with all your ener gles They help to round lire out and to keep the mind fed with a varie diet while they open new doors of pleasure and enjoyment Form a habit of trying to do some little act to add to the comfort an pleasure of some living thing man or beastevery day of your life If do not more than feed a starving ca speak kindly to a lost dog or loose the cruel check of a misused horse you have traeld a step toward happiness and have not lived the day in vain WHY HE LAUGHED Rylands who bad purchased a new horse warranted to quiet to ride and in harness sod a good trotter to boo had Invited a friend to accompany him fora trial drive They had not gone very far when the horse bolted ran against a heap of stones lying in road and pitched both occupants vl lently into the lane When they recovered the horse had disappeared leaving the buggy shiftless and a neap of wreckage Bylands begin to roar What on earth are you laughing at dejectedly inquired the friend Why the fellow who sold me that horse lent me the b gyttNewYork Times WOMENINTUREEY Eating sweetmeats smoking cIgar- ettes Ecoldingthe slaves and talkio scandal are the chief diversions of a Turkish ladywith now and then visit to a lowclaw theater and physique and with it that of the race is rapidly deteriorating fore what fresh alrandexerclseTJie mmch d pitted question1 IB Turkey as towhe er woman is the possessor of aa mortal sal has left is rkOQ the female oIIt11aLJoBTbei have1 ceased to base cep great hopes sash aa u eerta1ntyaDd live feed sad bebare piike the bwui wet pertito jo tfceJlfpMt aoaera Tack 1t wetsera that if e lowed with Scala al Ul they IBM be M MMll M to b tcreiy wr tis the tramhlrot MTlsg Yttaltaaleslir e ei 0 fief sYertly achr bfitIrd 1 1t i TLL COMMISSIONERS SALE ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KT W H Admr JEqnltyMABXBy virtue ofa Judgment and Order of Sale of Adalr Circuit Court render ed at the September Tenn thereof 1902 in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Columbia Ky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on Monday the 3rd day of November 1902 at one oclook P H or thereabout being County Court upon a credit Six Months the following described property towlt A certain lot of ground in the Town of Columbia Ken platSledport in this case May 30th 1896 which is fully described by meets and bounds in the order of sale and Commissioners report Fur the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or se bearinglegalsale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will beprepared to comply promptly with these terms L B HURT MASTER COMMISSIONER DESERTED BY HIS ATTORNEY United States Marshal James TaylorrRice who is confined in jail on a thirty days sentence and is under a fine of 100 for retailing liquor chargerhe pleaded guilty in the Federal Court Rice says that hegave a man claiming to be WT Birch an attorney 8L for which the at torney was to defend him and that the man was not on hand to make a defense when his case was called and he was compelled to plead guilty This is not the first complaint about the manner in which fed eral prisoners are treated by some attorneys and Marshal James in tends to place the matter before Judge Evans Rice is a colored man whose home is at Columbia Adair coun urty Louisville Commercial PERTINENTIARAGRAPESFarce e the cold weather is on Hens that are good at laying ar seldom good at sitting The hen that is made or let to become too fat will lay no eggs erCan you get milk for your chicks It is a valuable food The care you give during the month makes or unmakes your hens for next winter Except in the mating season the hens and pullets are better off separate from the males havehea or Comfort is all a laying hen cares for malestfrom the females during the win ter Both sexes will profit by do ding this The hen herself seems to have nothing more to say or do than has the hammer in the hands of dthe carpenter The best fowls are none too onlyta snare and a delusion ascoat in November and December should not bo expected to lay dur ing January and February Fowls are not naturally disposed to sickness If they are kept inja sicktness will not develop- Ohangethe water at least three times a day in the drinking ves sels The fowls are not large drinkofrequently Lice may appear in a poultry house without any blame being at Cached to the owner but if they remain there the fault is the care takers Reports from all quarters indi cate a short turkey crop This will make other poultry a better price and help the poultry market generallyThe always andeverywhere togegg ender the conditions She hat no conditionshera tion for the real cover of poultry to try to Helikee1stishows one from the lot but it is the speeiaity breeder nrho makes the fieriest p r o fi t s Farmers Howe Joarnal J ae YOuser ike forlHlbaHI SaMfey ebrniltedsitolde1a Its rpsp lBrifvA Tb 4 4i attribttM te de oetleectovezltl health acki ever K Met that as a paroMi pmoMr Le laoatd not marry aJaif whi k fcfaW rnlih Ht IiIBe ssi JIll Wotbor t CM YMM W liefasst lllMtT1v yY r i 0 2 WOODSON LEWIS JAS C LEWIS FEETILlZERS We have just made arrangements with the biggest Fertilizer Manufacturing Co in America whereby we are able to offer 185 FERTILIZER AT Sloo 115 u 90 100 a 80 Buggies and Wagons Buggies Surreys and all kinds of vehicles at low prices Wagons at old price no advance Come and see us or write uJoodsoQ Lewis 9 Bro Greensburg Kentucky Farmerse Empire Wheat Drill Disc and Hoe 6 or 8 Hoes or Disc is the best R pairs kept on hand at all times We Also Keep Field Seeds Buggies Harness Saddlery Farm Impliments of all kinds Fertilizers of the very best brands Our prices are the lowest come and see us- eW F Jeffries Son Columbia Kentucky THE ADAIUCOUNTY NEWS 1 100 Per Year 1 NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL Ixv S1Sp PER YeAR I t = ant keep posted on the current Ibappenings of xbesap abe Hews trice can = ot2 in neat job work f USSEItJjSP IfiGS j10TELt RU5SELLSPRlNOS K- YjjltjJ lepe for the traellegp- aWie w year mend- It s a large oossatedloeb- eLWteg ai YBpiciar- esifeA Jir8lriwia partteakri JlMllll It j s dhf 7 f THE COURIERJOURNAL 100 Pej Year 1 p Subscribe sxceUeb f 1 id i lit GOI1llDid Roller Mill W R PIERS Proprietor 0 I manufacture the celebrated Souvenir and Co lumbia Bolls brands of Flour handle Meal Bran and ShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumb- erFurniture DBparpni If you need Bedroom Sets Book Cases Bedsteads Tables etc etc call and see me or address W R MYfRS- l I OIUrnhia Ju K6ntu6ku PATTERSON HOTE jHraesTOifim icvjf- flTNo better place can be found than at the above named hotel t is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times supplied with tho best the market affords Feud Stable in connection J B PATTERSON 1874 aESTABLlSHEDfir 1874 S E Ledman Son JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Diamonds Watches Clocks and Silverware Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty 410 W Market Between 4th and 5th LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY B T ESTON W BWALTON MANAGER CLERK MUERBLL HOTEL i GLASGOW KY On public square opposite CourtHouse Newly furnished Hot and cold water electric lights Headquarters for traveling men Ta ble firstclass PLENTY OF SAMPLE ROOMS ONLY FIRSTCLASS S3 00 A DAY HOTEL IN GLASGOW CRCRPROPRIETORS a DAISY OF THE 1eb non Marble Works t LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers In all kinds of IMARBLE jfll tI PRICES LOW WORK GUARANTEED I Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundationi fronts etc WM P JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky FIFTH 1 n1 NUB HOTEL iEFFb333tG FIFTH BET STREETS t LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i 4EEEE tRefurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient Wholesale and Retail 0 Districts Churches and Theatres Pike Campbell A O St Clair Asst Mjanr 0 Fine Tailoring J r Fit638 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ia Orders From Adair and Adjoining Counties Solicited THE J T4 BUEGHARD CO+ INCORPORATED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CA peTS f r Lee rti fM JLiBMMaMjr Jfat1upQn Ctotlw JEtagi tj r XARUTeraLO t1 r r ll