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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wit Ir PliEMRONTYNEW8 VOJTJME5 F COLUMBIA AB AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY ffBNESDAI NOVEMBER 5 1902 NUMBER 52 POST OFHCEDREOTORY J M EcssuLLP68tma3ter Office hours week days1Ooa1I1 tojO pm COURT DIRECTORY j iBOCiTCon rThree session a year Third Monday In January third Monday In May and bird Monday In September Circuit JudgeW WJones Commonwealths Attorney N H W Aaron SheriffF W Miller ircult Clerk JB Oofley Pirat Monday In each month JndgeTunell t County A yJas Garnett OlerkT1L Stults Jailer J Kp conover AsiessorS vWBarfon Burreyor 8 McCaffree School SupU W D Jonea Ooroaer M BnRsell CooTEeril rcourt second Monday in each month JudgeH C Baker of Attorney Gordon Montgomery MarshallJ Wbo- yCHURCH DIRECTORY a in PRESBYTERIAN of STRMT Rev pastor Berrices second and fourth Sundays y of ef3abbathnight MTHODISTsBnr viLia STBftReT1tM Metcalfe pastor Services first Sunday In each month Bnndayichool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST 0 STWIHTKtfT W B taster Services third Sunday ineach month In 3andayschol every Sabbath at L m Prayer seeting Tuesday night AKPBBH8V1LXH Pint Eld zT Williams Pastor Serrlces First Sunday in each month Snndayichool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODQES MASONIC a No P and A HRcgu ar meeting In their hanover bank on Fri day night oa or before the full moon in each month JaaGarnett Jr YH O AKEMPSecy B A M No meets Friday night after full moon J E H P W WBBADSHAW Secretary fir Wl 13 Hrmstrong 2 enti0t Itmble uiibinp12uaartt Springs Rs t fit to 5 p ASlce rGRADY1DENTIST 0SPECIAL attention lIven to l oh10lwork a OrriCE over Russell S Murrells Store Columbia Ky O FOSTER 14 + Chronic Diseases Specialty Consultation and Exami nation Free at Offi- ceNNNN MAROUJ i OTEL Columbia I entucky- 1Hotel l W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky is no better place to sto TIlEBE at the aboved named hote Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached + CWISEMAIA SON + StcccssorstofldaniVoatGo JTEWEIiEBS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 DcaHrs Dlarootte awl rrOOH Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special t attention given to work and all orde r of goodB in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond alSCM ItYJSVILLE KENTUCKY leiin FMeit wick 1 CQif WHOLESALE t S COw MISSION uH aceJ It tIGPtO I rEMt k1c 1 61 tit r t t f t lJA FROM NORTH CAROLINA POLEYILtE and NC 10 2 EDITOR NEWS Not because I bave forgotteiy Fatherland for like tbe sweet sir the of captive Israel may my right bid of forget tier cutfnlng if I prefer notJd Kentucky above my chief joybA am very busy in this day and year eral tograceIan a farmer a teacher anlW stinger anda statesman out of a At present we are in the tolls of ii first political campaign under the Qia thstitntionalmeat to our State Constitution con4 ceived and executed by the Leglsla de tore of 1898 we have eliminated for th the present at least about fourflffchsVr the negloes from the right of saf frogs In the Western part of the State he was not in the way for be is I small part of the population But I the Eastern porttyn in 97 and part 98 the conditions became intoler able Under the adroit management l Marian Butler tbe Populist leader the miracle of mixing water and oil I was performed or in other words fu ion was effected between the Repub lican and Populist parties Marian A Butler was elected Senator from North Carolina as a free silver subtreasury- governmentownership I calamlty howl er and later Jeter C Pritchard joined the chorus although a Republican Negroes cast 80000 votes out of 120000 Republican votes and the Populists cast 44000 In92 for Gen J Br Wea ver By combining their forces in 1896 they routed Democracy horses loUt foot and dragoon Over 1000 negroes held office in North Carolina and the saying was exemplified that if you put beggar on a horse he will ride him to perdition A carnival of crime and shameless extravagance resulted and the sons of men won unfading glory at Alamance Guilford Court House and at Kings Mountain where the minions of King George were routed by tbe Intrepid militiamen from Virginia and the Carolinas resolved on white supremacy and the clans gathered After the most bitter political campaign this State has witnessed since the great commoner Zebulan B Vance released this State from negro domination in 1876 the cohorts of Democracy scored by 20000 majority An amendment was modified after that of Loulsana which by an ingenious erasion of the Fifteenth Amendment known as the Grandfather Clause provided that any man whose lathe or grandfather was a voter prior to J86J could e ster and vote If beJ were not protected bY tfie Oran lather Clause he must be able to rea and write any partof tbe Constitution Result every white man can register who attains his majority before 1908 while the nigger having neither pride of ancestry no hope of posterity is singingNaught is a naugnt Nine Is a figger Nine for the white man Naught for the nigger In other words Cuffey is uuflocked and no longer an elector Your Uncle has been employed to write for three State papers in th campaign also to make political speeches to sound as it were the Um bul oer Egypts dark waters On last Saturday night be was sent to Cas the hotbed and stormcentre of Republicanism in Cleveland county T last Democratic speech made at Casar was an epochmaker In the gayety of nations 1A free fight resulted in which shots wereLured two Democrats we shot from ambush one carved to ti Queens taste warmap cut on al Republican faces and finally the Republicans were driven from theV5 that were not laid up for repairs ith melee This was just tiefore thvw on the amendment was cast in 1900 and the amendment ECftWr 60000 majority in the State The executive committee sn to think 1dlraake a star mrr and sent me up to posessa siDder pinesioranartyrdom ButI gl yson of a gun about my loinsn tejY tmarefield of conquest 0J uriysll I met one of the anterl ooract thatbalances tbebet 40 and IIIi benotforeIsheriff and rejolc i toeoapNitae horseatth0 tbt I J marandtittaii i l Jr 111 tfIt J r J enemy had captured the schoolhouse we must go to the church His brother who Is a frail Tarheel of six feet four and weighs OSid he eussed the professor would speak in school house Taking up the line march we found that a generous Republican had opened the academy building lighted the lamps anises prominent Republicans were out hear me I saw the old gang who helpedam bush the pemocrats two years ago in evidence They were drinking 44 win chester bluesteel whisky loading eir guns and preparing for the feS- tivIties Two Republican spellbin rs had teen flying the eagle thereat day and a Democrat was looked yon in disfavor But my muscular friend the deputy and his fraU broth assured the crowd that they were lad to see me and their hearts break g to hear me I opened up and before I was on the or 20 minutes the enemy marched They set down a jug containing oseneIsuppose and heard me out Id them I was a friend of farmers simill men manazite miners and aaal makers of contraband whisky his they howled in delight and firi by file a salute of hfteen guns to a joke old enough to rear whis ketlwhlch they encased wlih a salute of 3feuns I waited for the smoke to ris nd told them that I appreciated the rank unstinted hospitality and theyired another volley ThKemocrats then waked up to the priories and a fusilade rang ofcme 60 shots I was In a cold nd my hair standing up like the qtls of thefretfulporcupice but lexpraed my unallayed delight I spoke Mbour and left them shooting They d t seem out of humor but were m ly exuberant I learn that they sail was a darned nice feller Bob Mor who was with me said they me to honor me That iflhey did notirAier like me they would have shot e buttons off my coat 1 am glad 1 de a good impression but Casar hose flits is too lavish with the stranger ML WHITE ECATt7R A Dunbar now a resident of this place We w come him Arthur L cell in company with bis mother turned from Boyester Ind last weiJ K Butch toppedd on a Gail and received a ver sinful wounds B P Lutti bou ii3P cores of alad8250 Evans Willlanand Miss Lola Wade dwere married atfamestown on the 18 We extent our nt hearty congratu lations Work his been mmenced on the Frlendsbl l cburcflby Mr John An derson andvre expk a good job W H Miters acalf to 0 Wade Walters for I Wade fculcnerliave moved their mill to J nVsmiO farm north of here dMrs Befe JTarriawbo has been in poor heap for som time Is no bet bIBWeu stood the a young man came tfur town a fevAjghts ago and peddled gallon of liqurt arOODFARM FO E Ehep wrsener farm sltuat 2i miles fro lumbia on the Stn ord road aSulphur creek coo 11ng 265 This farm is wen proved 75one of the best watered rms In Jj countyandlsfn a Rood co unity Inl1eereE B W sit Columbia Ky- 41A t BARGAIN lsecond hand saw mill 1 ten bWe power engine 1ten horse power pat able engine and boiler 1 twelve horfe power engtna and boiler mounted JOS H CHANDLER Campbellsvllle Ky Fbu SALEOne hndred acres of ColombiaOneto three hundred dbliars worUIot rnyIBfOrmaUooapvlf S Breeding eedlegVeeter Every pjuwkoh a and wk6 Is tColuealrIt to ad eiteri M AI wilty Rao t ctit DEMOCRACY With the Tariff and Trust questions- as the issue of this campaign and with a consistent record for honest opposi tlonto a Trustbreeding monopoly sheltering tariff and to the great Trust evil which Is becoming such a serious menace to the welfare of this government and its people the Demo cratic party is ready to rest its case and let it go before the great Jury of American voters for their verdict It only asks that that verdict be the re sult of a deliberate and unbiased Judg ment and that it be in accordance with the facts and evidence which has been submitted through the press and from the hustings It asks the Jury to remember that Democracy is oppos ed the Dlngley tariff for thefbllow ing reasons Because according toindlsputa ble testimony it enables American manufactures to compel American con sumers topay more for their products than they charge European and other foreign consumers for the same prod ucts 2 Because it has been demonstrated that the tariff DOES foster trusts and that Iprotects them in thqir outrages upon the people 3 Because the primary object of protective tariff is to enable the man ufacturers to charge the consumer more for his goods than that consumer would otherwise have to pay which is an Injustice 4 Because it taxes the masses in order to enrich a favored few making those few immoderately rich at the expense of the very gpeople they after wards oppress 5 Because while professing to be for the benefit of and in the interest of labor in reality itdoes nothingbut build up great fortunes which are in imical to all the interests of iabdr as the tyrannical Coal Trusts for in stance 6 Because it is discriminating and lends the governmehtal machine to the rich and oppressing Trusts in or der that they may be sheltered in their unholy purpose of sliflingcompetition and forcing the consumer to pay the prices they in their greed and avarice may see fit to name 7 Because its author himself said that they bad purposely made It too high 8 Because when the Republican Textbook boasts that we are compete ing with the world in the open mar rejsof thejtvorld Jk leavflstfoVa soil tary sane reason why it should be continued 0 Because it violates that great and just principle which should give everyman an equal chance to earn a competence and an equal right to live 10 Because it is unfair unjust and undemocratic And it ask the jury to remember that Democracys grounds for opposition to Trusts are 1 Because they are dangerous to the welfare and wellbeing of the people and the government 2 Because they are arrogant and overbearing and crush out legitimate industry andcompetltioogobbllngup- ev rjthlng in sight for themselves 3 Because they combine and conspire to cheat labor out is just earn ings and to defraud ttoutits lawful rights They are the beneficiaries of the tarIff rather than the men who work for them T 4 Because they first tOttlecom petition and then charge exorbitant tralmost Intolerableburdens of thepoor 6 Because they corrupt Legisia tures put themselves or their wear turel onto power and carry outtheir unworthy ends at any cost 7 Because they are agai6stthe pea pie and against the right 8 Because they are In close alliance with the leaders of the Republican party whloh helps them oa the you yickleandriltlckleyotf plan r 0 Because the trusts are against tleDemocratic party W these promisee Demporaey k one will the people of this oe Htry and upo theriaitooetdeatl afed95their- verd t Moithaea bllHHTWBf ware dlstrib god by the geverameatteatt- Year tO tItheetreaeiIth airttad 1ir4 LJ4f f1 i i 1 e t A NOTE A few weeks back my aged mother son and myself started on a journey to Adair county near Columbia a distance of 20 miles to visit relatives whom I pad not seen for 22 years We arrived at our destination late in the afternoon and were received with many greetings The day after our arrival my cousin and myself visited Mrs Walker and found a warm welcome Columbia has made many improvements since I was last there and also the county Adair should be proud of her intelligent people Large farms were visited by us which 22 years ago was a vast forest MM WEIR WrMenforJhe New THE BOOK OP MEMORY Upon thy pages are recorded The actsbf life in regular order First of all comes childhoods sunny hour It passeth away like a summer shower Or like the dancing of a rill That winds its way among the hills Then spreads out in the vale below Where the flowers In the meadow grow Then boyhood comes with his rackey horse And gallops the yard and lots across Like a colt that feels its keeping Over the meadow he goes leaping By the brooklet takes his stand With bow and arrowJn his hand And the fishes take their flight Ere they feel his bearded spike As the evenings sun hags low And the twilight begins to glow Then his steps doth homeward turn And dreads his fathers frown so stern I would that parents could only feel That childrens hearts are not of steel JAMES C POMLEWELL COOPERATION MEETING The meeting at Chestnut Grove was called to order at 130 p m Friday Oct 24 by Z T Williams and a permanent organization was effected by electing Z T Williams Chairman and N W Profljtt Secretary Preachers present Robert Kirby John W Lewis of Burksville N W Proffitt Tobias Huffaker Thomas Ha gan Dock Janes and the writer W K Azblll who was on the program was not present to the regret of the whole convention It was at a time he was almost co npellei ti be absent The program was carried out and the discussions lively and pointed- A large audience was present at earn anppt1g Nine churches out of fifteen for the county made reports and an estimate from last years reports of the church es not reported this meeting shows a total membership in the county of I 195Number of additions during the j ear 113 Number of Sundayschools 10 j prayer meetings 4 Seven churches out of 15 have monthly preaching two churches have preaching twice a monthColumbia and Bolley Six churches have communion once a month two churches twice a month and one bas weekly communion The fifteen congregations al have good church houses except Egjrpt and Re publican and Egypt has agcod church house now under cover and will be completed by Christmas Total value of church property as reported 5800 Total amount paid for preaching- and missions C712 For church buildings and repairs 3600 The committee on future work reco mended that the district work be re organized comprising the counties of Adair Cumberland Metcalfe and Bus sell and two ovalgelist be employed to evangelize too district in 1903 Dr J A Dixon of Burksville A H Baugh Jamestown Z T Williams and W KAzbUl were appointed a commltteeto oversee this work All the churches In the district jreturgel to con tribute liberally totliJfwork There are 34 congregations and 2 390 members in the district andar range neiits will be made to have most of those churches visited before next Maywhen our next copperaUoii meeting Convenes at BgypJ Adair county Wo have a number or good ruea who are able to contribute to this work as Individuals and we are cohfideBbttBey will give literally We Lame 10 Pieiwbpr in MetoaWe county oay two tit JHdCoUrt ty two In jBtBsell and r Weianetha w mere preyia tibis Sekt Are at wiMk see be aceon piiereil ifth1 good ieoP le j rrduty The barrastI iliU to a rte r4 f f THE FARMER PAYS THE TARIFF Experience with the Coal Trust and the beef barons merger incline readers to an attitude of philosophic doubt concerning the promise of the new 9000000 Harvester Trust of substantial benefits both to the con sumer and manufacturer the consumer being the American farmer whose welfare is the basis of our pros perity The ecOnomres in production of which trust promoters in this case say so much will in this case be realized They arc already indicated in the prospective laying off of 19000 salesmen aud many clerks martyrs to pres perity But the merger makers not the public will get the benefit With the Dlngley duty of 20 per cent on farm machinery the American market Is controlled by American makers Our factories the biggest in the world have combined to exact the last penny of tribute at home while marketing their surplus abroad at low er rates Already we sell more than 16000000 worth of farm machinery per year in other countrieSmore than a million dollars worth each to Great Britain Russia France Germany and Argentina about a million in Australia and smaller quantities elsewhere The American farmer pays the tariff the foreign buyer of farm machinery get the benefit of the only competi tion it leaves possible New Yor World NOTICE All parties owing the estate of J Pierce Dohoney by note or account will please come forward and settle tbe sameatonce This matter must b e closed at once J W HURT admr FOR SALE9 acres of land and a good dwelling 21 miles from Columbia Good spring near house Will set cheap W L WALKER A yearling holier red with a little white under herr fore legs strayed from my farm Information as to her whereabouts wanted JAMES HOLLADAV In Knox county Ellen Cams wa accidentally shot and killed by Vic Messer PAR S0Nf MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have 4been in the business for 25 years ana JIknow how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give Shop near Columbia Mill C- oFarfflersFarmers I I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can alsofurnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me atColumbia for estimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly WOODk Bells R6staurant Lebanon Kg FranK Bell Proprietor o Meals served at all hours and the trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell is the successor of James Bell Newly Furnished American Plan 100 Per Day Nte Hosiers flowMEflLS 25G NIG BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solioitedr 523 West Market Street Louisville tQI 0 tQt Kentucky THE J+ T BURSHARD CO INCORPORATED WIHLESALE AND AIL DEALERS IN CMRPETSLace Curtains Portieres Linoleum Mattings Oil Cloths tugs Sa SOUTHWEST CORNER UROOK and MARKET STS LOUISVILLE KY Fine Tailoring + sti FUPELLE638 WEST MARKET ST LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY K Orders From Adair and Adjoining Counties Solicited ftre You Going West THE Henderson Route IS NAMING Extreme Gneap Rates TO WEST AND NORTHWEST TOLL POINTS IN CALIFORNJA t If you are interested and want further Vr tinformation address GEO L GABEBTT T J IBWlfT Traveling PilSSengerrAgent Genl Passenger Agent G LOUISVILLE xy 3 t 1 V MIller Crocus E f1i WITHzzf J al ach itaud pho GooMi t J i iJ3 We Pcs rl Street Sincinn ti Ohio iI t f I thetr a of hemer9hntl in Southelr d i l an1i1 jjc i oT j t 1 I t diJ C I- 9 V I rHBADAIIlCOIIKTYHRWS Published Every Wrinsiiy YTIi A4trouiityNewso idHCOKFORATED CHA8 8 HAKRI8 Editor Demociauc newspaper devoted to the Inter oils of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poitoffice as second das mall matter WED NOVEMBER 5 1902 DEflOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS J P HARRISON Of Wayne FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER C C McCHORD OfWashington ANNOUNCEMENTS For State Treasurer We are authorized to announce ILE HEN NINOER Wayne county a candidate for the office of State Treasurer subject to the action oflthe Democratic party THE FIFTH YEAR CLOSES This the 52nd issue closes the 5th year of The News It seems but a span but a short while since we wrote our sallutcry introducing our first effort in newspaper work setting forth our desire to make The News a factor in advancing the common good in this part of the State Whether we have kept faith with our promise and whether the paper has accomplished good are questions we leave for those who have kept watch over its ef forts and noted the advancement made in this section The News has sought to arouse public spirit and to aid in the ad vancement of our town county and this entire part of the State Many ofIts efforts have baen crowned with success Many have been tramped under foot but no amount of discouragements have changed its purposes or retarded its clamor for an upward and on ward march to better conditions on the part of cur people We have been modest in asserting our views on questions affecting the moral and industrial changes of this sec tion but with constancy and with all the earnestness of our makeup we have commended every righteous move and every effort to change the environments of busi r ness in this part of the State In this the closing of our fiisi par we acknowledge our gratitude to the many who have stood so loyally to this publication and whose unflinching support has made it possible for The News to grow in circulation and we trust in worth to this section of the State We also extend our thanks to those who have patronized its columns in advertising and feel that its readers have proven to them that advertising is bread cast upon the waters that the increase in business follows The patrons ofour job office have our unbounded thanks and we can only promise as we have in the past just what you want on the shortest time possible and for conservative prices The News is still growing incir culation and its purposes and aims will be in accord with its past We ask an unstinted patronage from the business interests of this section and we pledge faithful persistent effort to give full and complete compensation in return Rev GW Biggs a prominent minister of the Southern Metho dist Church stabbed TJ Garr the proprietor at a boarding house at Paducahone day last week The minister was laboring under the impression that Mr Garr had struck his child The latest in formation is that Rev Briggs will not be prosecuted r Consumptives in Indiana have adopted the open air treatment Fifteen persons living in Indian apolis who are afflicted with this disease slept out during the Sum mer They claimthat their health 2is improving and the practice will be kept tip daring the Winter A nerdeentpoMt a sPii loon to be irudtbe Moft1111t tSSiOfeti j1f- l r ELECTION RETURNS LOUISVILLE Nov 5 080 a m ADAIR COUNTY NEWS New York Republican by 6000 to 0000 Indiana Republican by 25000 Everything largely Dem ocratic in Kentucky except Bore ipg for Congress in the 11th SignedVREELAND The above telegram reports on ly from two doubtful States and shows both in the Republican col umn At this hour we have no correct idea as to the results jn other parts of the country but feel safe in saying that the next Con gress will not be so heavily Re publican Kentucky has swung back into line and rolls up a nice majority in all doubtful districts VOTE OF ADAIR COUNTY But littleinterest was manifested here in the election and a very light vote was polled The county however has given its usual Republican majority the Re publicans voting much better than the Democrats The following is the vote of the county by precincts East Columbia Boreing 89 Harrison 100 Stone 18 West Columbia Boreing 88 Harrison 57 Stone 7 Gradyville Boreing 120 Har rison 52 Stone 8 Cane Valley Boreing 147 Har rison Stone 17 Glenville Boreing 62 Harri son 05 Stonel0- Harmony Boreing 88 Harrison 86j Stone 2 Knifley Boreing 67 Harrison 25 Stone 8 Elroy Boreing 66 Harrison 59 Stone 7 Pellyton Boreing 28 Harri son 81 Stone 2 The returns from Milltown Keltner Little Cake and White Oak have not been received up to the time we go to press Our in formation is that Milltown cast 97 votes and gave a Democratic majority The other three pre cincts gave Republican majorities Mr Boreings estimated majority in the county is placed at from 875 to 400 Too much bitterness got into the judicial fight in the Pulaski district and Judge T Z Morrow and Mr G W Shadoan who were making the fight for the Republi can nomination for Circuit Judge withdrew in favor of 0 H Wad dIe who was a riproaring Demo crat a few years agoattending- the State Democratic conventions as a delegate and if he failed to be placed on the most important committee he would look as sour as a crabap He has always hankered for pie and it begins to look like he is going to get a slice The Rev Dr J W McGarvey president of the Bible College of Kentucky Lexington last Sun day with his wife withdrew from the Broadway Christian church which he founded because the congregation contrary to h is views voted fcyr installing an organ Secretary Root has approved the plan to expend 500000 to pro vide reading rooms gymnasiums and other substitutes for the can teen at military posts A few snake exhibits judiciously includ ed might also make the absent canteen less noticed Mr Hubert Vreeland of Jeffer son county is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture He has been Mr Nails assistant since that gentleman went into office making a very efficient helper The election is over and we take the opportunity of informing the Republicans of the Eleventh Dis triot that Mr Boreing has certain ly been elected It Ts not likely that Mr Harrison will contest The National Fox Hunters As sedation will be held at Bowling Green November 10 It promisee to be interesting to the lovers of fox hunters that is those who are fond of running them John A Walton of Bowlin Green served six years in the reg ular army but failed to get killed Last Wednesday he tried the strychnine route and went in hurry l v 1 f JViIIa o M ii eW K yjr iff j 0 Alb r S Zrrvho i SOMERSET r Not seeing any thing la your valuable paper from thlffplace 1 send you a few items Business Is quite lively here The new electric light plant will soon be completed and Somerset will no longer be in darkness Mrs Mattie Taylor and daughter Miss Jennie andJrs Sue Vaughan and little daughter passed through Somerset yesterday for Georgetown where they expect to spend the Win ter There will be a show at the Gem Opera louse to morrow night PlayA Normandy Wedding Somerset has as fine Opera House as there is in South ern Kentucky Messrs Luther and Marcus Phelps were visiting the family of C I Win frey recently Dr JA Bolin and wife of Cain town are visiting the family of A W Cain this city The Cumberland pipe line is progressing nicely already having about eight miles put through and giving employment to one hundred men Somerset now has a daily paper and we are looking forward for other great improvements i n the near future There is great talk of having a glass factory here The arrangements for the establishment of a factory have been practically completed Mrs John Warren and daughter of Jamestown were stopping at 0 L Winfreys on their return home from Texas and Tcnnesse where they have been visiting relatives Reports from Georgetown College show that all the pupils from Somer set areblgblypleased Your writer is glad to note the rapid improvements that are being made in Columbia having many relatives and friends living in and near your town We think the Methodist Training School will be a success Success to The News is the wish of your writerf MILLTOWN N P Dohoney was In Greensburg last week on business Mr Jim Thomas visited at Marrow bone Saturday and Sunday Born to the wife of Geo Pollard recently a girl Miss Elite McCaffree of near Colum bia is visiting Miss Birt Thomas Miss Maud Thomas and little broth er Noel of WHliamburg who have been quite sick with typhoid fever are slowly Improving Mr Thomas and family are thinking of moving back to his old place Christmas His many friends will welcome them Mrs Ben Pollard and daughter Fan nie who have been very low with pneumonia fever are improving Mrs Dess Thomas and little son Hugh were in Campbellsville one day last week Miss Bertie Thomas entertained her many friendsSaturday night The evening was delightfully spent Those present were Misses Johnston Vane Thomas Bills McCaffree Kate and Mary Squires Nora Sandidge Cora Pollard Ella Budd Mrt Iftwicb Messrs Mlllard Collins Joe John ston Will Vaughan Dick Squire Bay and Cleve Thomas Tilden and Clar ence Calhoon Albert Mercer Ed and Tom Rodgers MCGAHA The health of the commuity is very goodJ T and Otba Redman were at Jamestown a few days ago on business Hicks and Blakemans lumber have been moved to Cane Valley Hyser Smith are preparing to have a large amount of timber cut Shelton Blairs family have been vis iting the family of Mrs Bettie Bryant J T Bedman dugtwenty four bush els of potatoes from one bushel plant ed Mr Wm Strevel a citizen of this place is talking of moving to Arkan sasA little child of Isam Kerns died a few days ago with fever John Powell of Russell county will locate in this neighborhood Martin Bedman and son George went to Greensburg a few days ago on to the wife of Melyin Bailey a girlBorn to the wife of Ambros Books a girlBomto the wife of George McGaba a boy Born to the wife of Lisp Kimbler a girl BoNuto the wife of Forest Conover a boy Born to the wife of Jim Bryant a boy COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean le Washed Wool 28 Beeswax 7 22 Feathers 40i ii Hides Green 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeog W 85 Spring dkioksBjV V i nl ri a MWH v 1 v 7 5 i flUfiflES8L LStaples Robertson 60 f LIVERYMEN v d Columbia Kentucky v OT OCOUPYING THE WELLKNOWN STAND known as the Barbee stable and situated on the pike as you enter Columbia from Campbellsville Good horses ufv1r 1 firstclass vehioles Prices allow as the lowest This firm also owns the stable attached to the Hancock Ho WJ tel Your trade is solicited 5 lRIilRllM Ja G HOPKINSSIGN OP TUB BEeAnlE r Dry Goods 226 E MARKET ST BET BROOK AND I J Established 1879 KJf JF BIGGSI DfVOSS your ggs and Game to BIGGSAVOSCommission Mercl ntsr SPECIALTIES =EGGS POULTRY AND GAME Apples Onions Potaes Etc 418 AND 415 BIUtOK STREET I Bet Jefferson and Green BIG 4 BLOCK LOUIS LLE KY Mr J G McCaffrey was in town last Tuesday with 6 of the finest Polan China pigs that have been seen In this section for many days They were 5 or 6 months old and beauties Mr T E Fault purchased one for 9850 = C a Specialty Consultation and Examination Free at Office NNN1 MARCUM HOTEL Columbia Kentucky Jobn F Neat with ITT VaVWHOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION J 214 to 220 Sixth St Louisville Kentucky 4 ct M WISEMAN SON + Snccessorsto ftdamVogt Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and freclous Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goads Spacial attention given to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond- OpotltoMitticHaU LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 6 ST LOUIS KY DOUBLE DAILY THAI BETIi11N L risvilii mill Si Iuis PHI Cart asIty PWlaeshOCS s itM- S1r reNa M fwtkft u d y o T F rJg1l and Notio LOUISVUilfe Produce FOSTER PHYSICI- ANChronicDiseases LOUESVILLS HENDERSON ETHER StGEON1 J l Fistulo Poll evil pilots spavin or any surgical work dor at fair prices I guarantee satlsfactfc J amfixed to takecare of stockS RENSHAW mile from Column on Disappointment Scientifirf Shoeing lam ready do Jlti Smith ing of any kim rrn- g i jigHQe to the retiring qf the finest vehicles I Ilniafcja specialty of shoeingrses with diseasedF hoofs and grantee 3atisfaoticPnC My shop is lated ok of livery ask BarbeeJs Rob tson Give me your wof JJWCPPFEY LIVE 30CKIMARKET Reported the lsville Live Stock EjhanBc Arbon Stock Yards I I CATTLE I Extra shiFlng 86 60675 ing 5 76640 Best butters 5 005 60 a1t0 butchers 3 00y315 Comm tomedlumbtch 25444 60 isnoe- soiackingICh and butch ers o3COfi s 700- Eatr good packing 160 toOOfts 685 Goo to extra light 120 to 1 lbS 25 I gajEXS AND LAKBS V Qid i0 extra shipping 275eep t fair to good 275 2mmiiiRoI will pay the hlghest cash prices fe all Country Producer delivered at Columbia Will pay from 8 V22c for wool My stofe is connected ytele phone throughout the county J SAM LKWISV l1 preHotel 1 Sj w Mi IflLMOBl Prop Qradyvile Kentucky EKlfteo better place to stop tiiuiialihe abovedjBMQed hotel Gbed emir s and a iratc laes tiw t So f HBjONEY JEFFRIES Feed and Sale StableIDEALERS INt 1 FANCY HORSES AND HIGH GRADE MULES DRUMHERS RIGS A SPECIALTY Liberty Kentucky ENTERPRISE i HOTEL rCHAS F CANS BRO 234242 EAST MARKETST SLOUISVILLE KY tST Rates perDayA soauteSaUfAC tioa Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS r VICTORIA HOTEL a 1Oth and BrosdwsgI I ltOl1ISllIltltE 1ENTl1C1Y This hotel has been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the city at which to stop GEORGE 1 COSBY NIanager TEGOIt r aS tmISASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY T CARSON C B PROCTOR Of J T 4 OP CftKSONFKOCTOR CO s FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS 1SS West Jefferson StFLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consignment of Country Produce SolicitedReference EirstNat1- BankHeightsCarry All In I STOCK d SEND v o DEHLBE BROTHERS 11O East Market Street LOUISVILLE PURITY AND PERFE6TION KENTUCKYDRUItS Lt T1111 jl The name RENZ on a package of drugs or medicines is in itself a certificate of excellence The dominant motive of our house to supply the purest of everything and at prices that mean 100 cents satisfaction for every dollar spent Postpaid Prices for OutofTown Buyers 100 pills Aloln Belladonna and Strychnine for 17 Antlkamnia Powder and Tablets oz 110 100 pills Assafoetlda Strain 22 4Assafoetida 5 grain v 27 Blauds Iron Tonic T 22tC Cathartic Vegetable J5 Compound Cathartic U S Pu 15 100 Calomel Tablets 110 i i t grain 7 i 100 Calomel Tablets l grain f V 12 100 Morphine Tablets graln 22 100 Strychnine Tablets 1GO 130 grain Trusses New York Elastic single i 60 Trusses New York Elastic dOubleH 85 Good Leather Covered Steel Truss 125- Bard Rubber Trusses 85 We guarantee the quality of our goods and deliver them to yr dress at prices named above We handle a complete line oi evjt8g that is reliable in the drug line The saving in cost and mailordtrtradVfsVgoTrial Urtier Large or Small Is Solicited RENADRO GOMPflNY LOUISVILLE fKIY GE W PLINKE-J WlisER1 I4D tuRTcfi mRi1R Wo respectfully ask the popl of and adoinit counties to calf at onr l ir t priceshen iii thenit 20r wfl9T MARKET eTRET- LOBISV I 9r PERSON LME TIQN CH Campbell Qrcelsboro was here Monday v FranBice Cane Valley wis bei I court day T Js Coffey of Denmark was here Monday Miss De11MItcbe1I Is visiting in Co lumblaV MrBeyXtonover speutrlast Sunday at Boweha Mr J B Grider merchant at Estc was here Monday Mr J W Faulkner Tamplco wag bere court day Mr MO Willis of Cave CityIS visitingjiere Mr James Cheek of Campbellsville was here Tuesday Bon Geo Nell and MrJ H Judd Acamehome to vote a Mr John D Lowe returned frpn Nashville last Friday Mr N S Mercer of Milltown was In this place Monday Mr S B Banks Cane Valley was here the first of the week Mr Curt Bell was on the sick list several days of lastweek Hon W H Cole of Cumberland county was in Columbia Monday Mr G W Dillon of Breeding was mixing with friends here Monday Dr W T Grissomand Lee Grissom represented Bliss in town Monday Mr John B Wheat and Dr L B Wheat Denmark were here Monday Mr J W Townsend Milltown was seea the square the first of the week Mr GJ H Goy ndML W F Lyon Campbellsville were here last week Messrs W A Cofiey and T C Davidson were in Campbellsvllle yes Malissa Christie and son John of Camp Knox were in town on bus ness last Saturday Mrs Dunbar of Creelsboro visited her sister Mrs W H Wilson Satur- dayr night and Sunday Mr W B Leftwich of Williams ville Ill is in Adair county after an absence of 26 years Mr W L Walker left for Cincin nat today where he will lay in a fresh supply of goods Messrs C H Yates WM Wll more Geo H Nell Allen Walker were seen upon the square Monday Judge T A Murrell and wife who have been on an extended visit to Texas returned home last Thursday Mr John Eubank and his daughter Mrs W L Walker are visiting Mr Thos Eubank who resides in Bullitt W W Bradshaw lJVho has been absent from home ten days do ing Sundayschool work returned last Friday Judge W W Jones and wife visited their daughter Miss Fannie last 1week who is attending college at Rich 11 mond Ky Mr Q C Godbey candidate for tbe Republican nomination for Commonwealths Attorney was In town yes terday enroute for Edmonton Mr Pryor Young Assistant Cashier of the Bank ot Liberty and Mr Char ley Montgomery a prominent young lawyer were in Columbia last Sunday Mr C B Warriner and wife who left here two years ago for the West have returned to Columbia and will make this place their permanent home MnWarriner says this Is tbe best country on earth LOCAL JOTTINGS Farmers are busy gathering corn Killing frost several mornings last 1week JEvery body believes that the railroad and school is a sure go ftBorn to the wife of Bob Logan a daughter October 31 1902 We would be glad if our Somerset correspondent would write often Coffey Bros bought two horses Monday oneat 87500 and one 110 The Surveying party has only gotten about eight miles from Columbia Give to the School give liberally and you will feel better by so doing Stone masonsarenow at work on the foundation for fir W R Myers residence Singing next Sunday night atWhite Oak church 1r Otis Stapp JWsefor Canej4non H C Baker Bepublican can I ClrcultJ1idewUl speak tit Edmonton tOTOay this county falls to secure the sfgobool It will be the gratesl blunder l IIt bw ever made M II JTfceplcaio which wiwt hAy been Setudeyjt yung being 100 IL Itttot Remember that you can riot aft d to withhold a liberal sribscrlpti from the School A good fancy saddle and harness mare for sale Apply to Mrs Bile Smith Gadberry Ky Chapman Browning bought of I W Sullivan Jast week a splendid work horse fur 120 Mr John A Diddle sold last week toJJebanoa and Danville parties 30 head of cattle for81030 Tuesday was the quietest election Inheld Adair county for many years Notmuch over a half vote polled Rev W B Cave will preach at Die appointment schoolhouse the firs t Sunday in December 11 a m I have 20 hogs from 125 to 150 pound and 15 weighing 40 pounds for sale Call on W C Grider Son Esto On account of the election Judge Jones will not open circuit court at Edmonton until today Wednesday Eld N W Profflt commenced a ries of meetings at Glenville last Sun day night They will continue during the week Thecottage on College street built by Russell Murrell is now completed The papering was finished last Satur day We understand that Mr Brack Mas sle sold his fine farm to the left of Co burg last week to Grit Hensdn for 85500 Mr Susan Leach an aged lady who lived near Coburg died last Sunday night She was the widow of Elijah Leach deceased Mr WT Dohoney has presented this office witfcntotoii5e5Vt we have seen for years It is well shaped and weighs seven pounds Mr M Cravens has greatly improved the appearance of his residence It has been nicely repainted Mr J G Eubank doing the work Messrs J fl Young and B F Tup man will start to the Georgia market the 20th of this month with 54 head of mules and horses mostly mules 1 have nine mules five mares and four horses 15 hands high fat for sale C B Campbell Creelsboro Ky Mrs Charlotte Patterson is how located at Mr T J Rossens in the Breeding country She has in her possession a very valuable madstone Young peoples Christian Association will meet atthe Christian church next Saturday evening at 7 oclock A full attendance is desired There is not a doubt but every class of business in Columbia is increasing The railroad and the Methodist School will make it one of the most prosperous towns in Kentucky Messrs N M Tutt and J P Beard have purchased the Griffith property on the square for 1300 cash It is the house in which J W and Frank Jack roan are now doing business Fox Sanders bought fifteen mules on the squae Monday from different parties paying from 350 to 8115 perI head J B Russell bought two mare mules from S R Elliott for 8160 Mr W R Myers the proprietor ofi tbe Columbia Roller Mills informs us bat he Is doing a big business grind lug day and nIght His saw Is alsot onstautly running and his yard is overed with logs A piece of land which belonged to the estate of H W Wilson and adjoin- Ing tbe property of J A Young was sold to the highest bidder last Monday Mr N M Tutt becoming the purchaser Price ufo We understand that Mr Allen Walker of Gradyville is thinking of becoming a resident of Columbia Mr Walker Is an enterprising citizen and- re woufd be glad to have him with us Mr B Rowan Saufley of Stanford sod Miss Annie B Eogleman of Dan vl11e will be married at an early date The prospective groom isa sonof Judge M C Saufley and a nephew otMrsJ- H Grady this place Monday was county court day A air crowd In town and business quite ively Several horse and mule buy ers were upon the square and quite a umber of heads changed hands at prices varying from 850 to 8125 The depot will be built near where Mr EW f Reeds residence now stands The committee appointed to locate the grounds for thispurpose has made a conditional tradewith Mr Reed for the property Price 1200 Mr A1 D Taylor who is a brother Inlaw of Mr Anderson Bolladay this county has sold all his effects about Dnnnvllle and has removed West Be Is a line citizen and has a most excel lent family T7o commend him to any people with whom he may locate Mr Melvin A Trayfor an Adair county boy whoN is now located in Hiilsboro Texas sends a dispatch to Mr G S Harris member of the eollclp Log committee subscribing 86 to the SchopT This 8bpwsr that Mr Taylo- rayetintereetedla the prpifMirlty ot Adalr and hacan rest asgared that life Rift is highly appreciated We titwt tbtt othwlrsMHr AiftJr lOIn jcl wtIbt4ttf T r THE SCHOOL QUESTION The mos common expression in Co lumbia for the last lQ days was how much do we like now While we are in position to know as much of thi work and the amount subscribed as any one we are frank to say that w do not know the exact amount con tributed but reel safe in Saying that we are short a few hundred dollar of thesum required by the Education Board In the last week the great est effort of the can ease has been made by the local committee and the sult of that effort is indeed gratifying Could this work with like results be kept up for a few more days the proposition could be closed The im portance of moving forward with this proposition until it is crowned with success ought to arouse the people of this town and county It takes 48000 to close tbe deal and it is not a certainty until the amount has been subscribed and the contract sInned by all interested parties To lose now would be equal to a colamlty and to ceaSe workmay mean a loss Almost cannot avail Almost Is but tofall THE RAILROAD f Mr C L Corhwell a surveyor of Louisville reached Columbia last Thursday night with a crew of men and Friday morning the surveying ofI the route Jrom this place to Camp bellsville was commenced The pression seems to be general over the State that the road will be built and the people of this section have perfect confidence in Mr Azbllla ability to push the line as rapidly as possible The CourierJournal of last Thursday had the following to say concerning the multiplying that the proposed interurban electric road from Campbellsville to Columbia is only the forerunner of a network of such linesI in ce traifsouthwcsternand Western EntckyMoreover the road and succeeding oe2ltto be built will be put in operation by forgrgn capital It was learned yesterday on reliable authority that the greater part of theI backing for the CompbellsvilleColurn bla road is to be furnished by the Indianapolis syndicate headed by Thomas Taggart The Taggart syndicate has already started the first of a group of electric lines in Southern all the necessary options for the right of way for the new road haveI been secured The final survey has been in progress under the direction of Mr C L Cornwell of this city The road will open up a rich timber section and should do a big business Two hundred teams are employed at present in hauling lumber from CoI lumbla to Campbellsville The price charged is forty cents a hundred and the turnpike tolls amount to 82 for round trip The road may be extendI ed to Burksville HALLOWEEN PARTY Last Friday was All Saints Day and the young men and young ladles of Columbia celebrated the event at Ran ticks Hotel the hours of gathering being lrom 9 pm to 2 a m A lajorityof the young people of the immunity were present spending a nest delightful time The parlors were alive with happy voices the music the latest and very much enjoyed About 12 oclock supper was anounc ed and by couples the entire assembly athered around the tables in the pacious dining room- Threephantoms wait d upon the ables but their ghostlike appearances had no effect upon the appetites of those who were waiting to be served with the delicacies prepared for the cession No one could help enjoying he supper several different courses clog served prepared In the most delicate manner There were features introduced that gave the party somewhat the smack if the finest turnout About twen yfive dollars was the price of the upperand the young men were taxed according to the value of jewelry his girl friend wore There ware rubles and diamonds on exhibition and the boys paid from one dollar to one Bventyfive each The cake cutting was an interesting eature Miss Lorena Pile got the ring Miss Sallie Rey Marcum the nancy Sam Nat Hancock the button The ring indicates that the winner rlllinarry before next Halloween the money will bring a wealthy husband and the drawer ofthebu ton is to die an old bachelor Much else could be written concernI ng this very delightful party but pace forbids PREACHING NEXT SUNDAY W S Dudgeon MtGilead a ZT Williams Dunnyille W B C bandldge Oak Forest A B Baugh Esto G W Montgomery McCormack J Q Montgomery Bradfordsvlllc J F Barger Chapel E M Metcalfe Mt Carmel A LMell Grady vllle H T F Barber Concord G Lawless Providence J L Adklns Zion W B Caye Bop wel1 on Crocus Mr WA JackBan brother of ieaera rw and Tfank Jickman his places 8jdly iurt laBojM8tj Jexas a few days ro Be waCsitting nerastore wbea a Bsati oaiae up rom behind aaawlih a elub Mr Jack nan WM tr11khreevefl severe ifows Be was carried Into a bouse tvcoDficiotti awd the baa wbosferuak tb blows wag irmtci Md todgia la ftil There te kewwa esuee lee 1k rt deed IrJiskie K 0 bbst ad b awiIIt wk- 1ItIleI J J There is dto boa great man quail In Adair countyand the sportin fraternity is only waiting until affce the 15th of this month when the hunt log season opens Squirrels and rab bits arcplentiful Phesants and wild turkeys are scarce Mr Chas Boskihs who is now put ting up some brick buildings in this place informs us that he will com mence burning brick for the Cumber land Presbyterian church early in nex year Be wants to buy some ground and open an immense kiln Last Monday Mr W O Pelley sub scribed 8500 to the proposed School to be located here and on Tuesday he de manded his note by pushing a 850C bill on us Be is therefore the first of all in puling up the cash for this institution We have removed to the room over M Cravens Drug Store Any one siring workin dressmaking will please call Miss ELLEN BURTOX MRS G W STAPLES Mr T E Paullbas purchased theN B Mllier JresldenceV on Greensburg street for 2600 and wflPremoveto It the last of this week MrE G At kins who has been ccupYlDgtbe property for several years will remove to his residence lion the hill Strayed from my premises three weeksago a brown Jersey cow three years old with small white spot close to horn hind legs have scars on them She has a bell on tied with a rope Any information will be thankfully received Tom McClure col Mr James Finn procured license last Monday morning to marry Mrs Llllle May Finn Mrs Finn is the widow of thejntended grooms deceased brother and she was left without children Mr Finn believes in carrying out the ScrlptualInjunction Mr Ben Evans recently bought a pesJbuller which does the work to his entire satisfaTQn Be had 5 acres of thin land from width he hulled 40 bushels and did it in a vimAny one who has peas to hull would do well to get Mr Evans to hull them Mr Tim Collins sold the little green brick in the east corner of the square last week to Tutt Beard for 8300 They now own all the buildings on that block excepting the two small frames the properly of Eld Marion Barmans children Traveling Salsemen will bo glad to learn that Mr Clint Smith has accept his old position with the Columbia Livery He knows the Country and is one of the safest drivers who travels the roads Staples Robertson Co made no mistake in securing his services Rev T L Bulse preached quite an able sermon at the Union Church on Sunday night last This was his first ermon on his new work Mr Bulse certainly made a good impression On his audience We predict for him much success in the ministry Monti cello Courier Last Thursday Mr Sid Gald well who yes near Portland this county had a narrow escape from death Be wits ipon his farm and was attacked by b1lJ Mr Caldwell was knjoked down and two of his ribs broken and he was tbcrwise bruised Be is now confined to his bed Mr Jake Redford who was a successful salesman for Mendel Weinstock Co for twelve years has severed his connection with that house and is now raveling lot the wellknown firm wann Abraham Co He will cover the territory South of Columbia and will carry the finest line of hats etc ver offered to merchants In his boundI ary and is now out oh his trip MrRT Caldwell brother of lr- Sid r Caldwell who was badly hurt by a ull last week was in the office Monday Be stated that his brother was n a very serious condition and that itIwould be several weeks Before he t l1yI ecovered He is so sore that he can carcely move and he Is compelled to ake his water from a glass using a lulll v Mary the little daugb r ofMivand rsM 8Wlnfrey made a narrow scage from serious Inj last Sunday nIght She was playingabout the room and In some way over the bimney screen it falling upon her ler screams greatly alarmed her par nts who at first thought the child wl seriously hurt Fortunatelyr was only a scare and the llbtle pratt ler was soon brought around all right Thursday the 27th of this month has been set apart as a day of Thanks living by the President of the United States All the people are requested o lay aside business on that day andre urn tbanksfor the many blesslngbe towed during the post year Some of us will have but little for which tobe laukfuljbutwe can do aMrEG tkins requested upon an occasion in his town several years agel IGoup and pray jufita little bit The Connecticut Mutual Life losur urance Company paysJts ppliofioW in a dividend annually qer if alum jjfcto less every year Ittelan lonloal company selecting only safe ieks BakiB every dollar placed with bE cctnpaey secure It pays iiagents iJse coinsiLaon than any olihc relic Ae consp y thereby uskgaarpor- oa or its MTiBieR fur t 8Io1ICybold tII It does rot writ tRtliMi icwr as IfyeQ 1Iki to Wlta pelt 1iial I aid relIabl- eIITMWINII t A CARD LouIsviLLE Ky Nov 11005 DEAR ME HARms Of course you know of the bequest oU 24000 made to our Columbia schoo by our dear Mrs Wilson of this city Her will wits published in the Courle Journal an in the Post I have no doubt you have had a notice of it In your excellent paper But you did not send me a copy If I may suggest I would say to keep it before your read ers in a way they cannot ignoso overlook Obi It is a great grand portunity forus for the people of the Columbia District and above all for Columbia itself Lets make much ot itSenclme any Issue that you pub lish about the choo1- GRQSS ALEXANDER- We endorse the above and hereby notify Bro Alexander that if the School fails on the part of the people In this District that Bra Harris wIll not be a party to it Be is doing his best using his paper and all of lie time and besides has increased his sub scription almost every jveek Ber38 the News to keep you posted as to this matter MARRIAGE LICENSES The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair County Clerks office during the month of Oc R HutchInson to Annie M Vaughan Geo T Frost to Bertha A Humph ress Solomon McFarland to Sallie Jones John Smith to Georgia Petty- G W Grasham to Laura Rule Garfield Coomer to Fannie Belle Wllcoxln Lewis Wright to Mrs L N Keeton Loren Keith to Ella Grant Barvey Burtpn to Ada B Smily Chas F PIle to Myrtle A HUnter Joseph A Turner to Bertha Earles Ben E Rowe to Sallie Montgomery John JjStanberryto Victoria Judd Asa M Roy to Nona Calhoun W R Richardson to Lottie Royse wCR Walker lo tlfeBsier- Monteville Powell to MarthaTrW man James A Erwin to Minnie Slinker James Sweedea to Mattie CoomerI E J Rutlege to Ada Matney Alonza Stephens to Mattie A Moss ARRESTED IN MISSOURI Joplin Mo Nov 2Speclal to The Courier Journal Sheriff J RO keene of Burksville Ky arrived in this city yesterday and arrested aman whose name is said to be Fleming alleged to haue jumped a 83000 bond on the charge oftnurder in a Kentucky town The Shenfl was accompanied by W E Smith and J L Burkey of the same place who arc bondsmen the accused man The affair is somewhat mysterious but possesses some remarkable feat ires Owing to the extreme reticence the parties little information could obtained It is known however hat Fleming and the man whom he is reported to have killed belonged to good families and started out one night toIdo the town where they Ived on horseback During the eve ilng a fatal quarrel is said to have uo urred Fleming was tracked to Joplin by his wife purchasing a ticker from Jurksville to this city He followed icr and they were found together fben he was arrested Tbe prisoner was taken back to Kentucky this morning Mr Horace llasslp and Miss Maude Tecse a popular youog couple of Cane Valley were united in marriage at Montpelier Tuesday Eld Z T Villlams officiating The Groom is a on of Mr Braxton Massle and tbe irlde a daughter of Mr Robert Feese both representatives of two of our Jest families There were no ob ections to the union and the marriage owsweie taken at Montpelicr merely a matter of choice by the contract inl parties and the pleasure of nice Irive They were accompanied byI Ir Leslie Tupman and Miss Annie Jiggs May much happiness be theirs I A writer sends us an account ota school entertainment held in the Ger nan settlement In Casey county just over the Adair line The exercises onsisted of music recitations etc and were very interesting The writer father states that soma drunken parties undertook to break up the ntertainment but tailed in their forts The only way to deal with such parties is to present their names to he next Casey county grand Jury Last week while Mr H P Willis rho lives near Joppa was quarrying rock he noticed gas escaping from a tole madcih the earth Touching a natch to it the blaz4 went high and ho burning continued for some time Ihlsapature Is on a small branch and he face ot the waters Is covered with reen oil Mr Willisis of the opinion bat a paying well can be found on his place Wculiderstandtha the offlalals hIS town and oounty are determined pm Se a unjteBd frtto stop public ruakenneas the town of GWoabla It we have case eorreclly Isftwmed QJet will keep wat h ad eiery man hey spe ablf0y idAfk uooa the qucre pr8tte will be a zeted and made tell where he lot bg liquor It- itberiht se0 e We not know b l btI we It- I M gb1 or a- Masebla Sell 4i jjj it A prominent lawyer of Liberty was called Into his consulting room one day last week and the following convers tlon was overheard Mr they have been trying to discuss a woman character in my neighborhood and they cant do it Iwanttoknow wbat mustbe done Well said tbeJaw yer you say they have been trying to discuss the womans cbaractr and have utterly faftedI Yes TheD by ging tell them not to say a word Rev E M Metcalfe preached hi two first sermons in Columbia last Sunday forenoon and evening Tl church upon both occasions was well filled and the speaker was accorde close attention After the morning service many expressed themselves aq highly pleased and predicted asucces ful Conference year for Mr Metcalfi Be is an easy and pleasant speaker making nls points clear and distinct PUBLIC SALE I will on Saturday November 8th sell at Public Auction at my farm 1 mile from Columbia on the Green burg road 6 mules 1 wellbred 4 yea old liCk 1 jaDnetand several head of cattle W T McFanand KN1FLEY Mr Wm Page passed through here last week with a nice drove of cattle enroute for Harrodsburg Harden Bros of Elk Horn are herewith their new shredder and corn bus ker L R Chelf has returned from LouIs- vIlle and be Is now receiving new stoc of goods b S It Bumphress has removed hi goods to tne Stults building Mrs Sue Ann Tucker is very sick H E Tucker bought a horse of Wm Bumphress for 100 S K Bumpbress bought a mare of Johnson Watson for 840 ToppII Miss Elile Montgomery of Ozirk visited Misses Ellis and Tennle Con over one night last week Farmers are getting along nicety gathering cor- nsFaunie i Montgomery vlslte at Mr BassettTitsl last week WnuF Cabbell and Everett MOnt- gomery visited relatives at Pellytoi last week Rev Wyatt Montgomery will preach at Shiloh Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday nights Everybody come- R O Cabbell bought at Purdy last week two mules and two head of cattle for 890 The Ozark and Joppa string band met at Mr John Young last Thursday night and rendered some very fine musics The band was com posed pf the Following gentlemen Buford and Isaac Montgomery Berry Morris 0 w en Young and R O Cab bell GRADYVILLE Quite a number of our people attended Court at Columbia last Monday Mr James Simpson an uptordate armor of the Breeding community was with us one day last week James W Walker of Greensburg Went a few days of last week with his riends here Mr R L Caldwell is having a new hingle root put on his dwelling Nell Nell are daily working on heir new business house when completed will be uptodate Mr Titus Mercer of Camp Knox pent last Sunday In our city We are xpectlng him to locate with us soon Our Post Mistress Mrs Null has nbved into her residence recently purchased in our town Remember we will have a first class chool taught here during the winter months The Prof name will be known to the public in the near future Mr Thus Do veil was on the sick list a day or so last week Corn gathering and wheat sowing has been the topics of the day for the last few days Oar Baptist brethren has called Rev Adkins of Burksville to preach for them for an indefinite time Our MethodFst brethren will have a protracted serAlce to begin hero the 3rd of this month Bro Mell cur preacher in charge will conduct the service Only a little over a month until ChrIstmas what Is the reason we anthave a Christmas tree Certain ly we can Boys save up your change md get your girl a nice present for the occasion I want to say to my old Friend Sam Jewls of your town all I liked of hay Inga goose for dinner one day last week was my gun failed to discharge Then itcomes down to the goose ques ion we are together Our town was certainly full of wild geese onetime Miss Mary Bolladay of JoppaacI companied by ProfG B sfty spent a day or two at Glasgow last week Bihdman Columbia spent one lightlast week with Thee Dpwcl- lA party of young people from this ommvaltf Stated Todds Cave last cturday Bev Mail asii Mr O jO Mow at wtol th feward lRfttvQllhe- if LchsreMBreedes ISeWa- kIIithelL bought IaXMCN totjr Ibis w 3ottie ot Dr 3UM 7LM 4 fi4fe ot Nv WUMi for M UKt fJLlfltirl- J 143ofRW Bollin for 10090 9 of T F Scott for 317004 of R L Mitchell for 8103 27 50 of R L Mitchell for 81967 40 1 of Joe Mitche- llfor3G330Idto Cheatam Dohoney 4 cattle for 88900 1 mule to H A Walker 87750 12 cattle to Rufus Price for 835000 1 horse to James Gilpin for 6500 25 cattle to Christy Christy of Green county for 88738 Rev W BC Sandidge filled iris regular appointment at Union last Sunday with a very interesting discourse The day was setapart for Sac ramental services Mr John Bolladay and family of Cray Craft passed through here last week enroute fur Nell where they will spend a few days visiting relatives Misses Kate and Bessie Walker Students of the M F HIgh School at Columbia spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at this Susan Grissom of Bliss has been visiting relatives here for the past week or so Eld Z T Williams filled the pulpit here last Sunday night with a very terestlngsermon Dr S A Taylor was called to see a case or two of Diptberla at Red Lick last week We understand there is several cases in that community We are glad to note that uncle Ceo 0 Yates of Bradfordsville who has been dangerously ill forsometime is thought to be improving at this writing Mrs S A Taylor spent a few days of last week at Nell attending relig- Ious services conducted by Eld Z T Moss who has been con fined to his room for quite a time is not Improving very rapidly Mr and Mrs D A Grady entertain ed quite a number of their friends one evening last week Mr W L Grady one of our ener getic merchants as well as a first class stock man has mostly abandoned hIs business house during the hours of the day and is devoting his time in the woods where he is having bunched quite a number of good logs prepara tory for a nice lot of lumber Dr L C Nell informed us a few days ago that he had a cas or so of flux that had been dangerously bad bibs t the present considered them all otTfotjlanger A great m n tI1trnopf been attending the serIes of meetings tbat have been in progress at Big creek Baptist church for ten days tht has been conducted by Revs Wilson Roach Grove and Deheart There has been about 20 professions and the community revived in general Our town was Vell supplied with commercial men last week These that were with our merchantswere Messes Uasklns Shaw Lyons Qovious lull Porter Russell and John Lowe Our efficient Teachers gave a Spell JUg last Friday night which was large Iy attended Tbe house was filled to its Hm03t capacity Their students all pelled well Notwithstanding tbotpractice of their pupils for the last lour rnonthF Uncle George Flowers who has not been in a school room a student for over fifty years was titled to the croino for his proficiency Smith Nell bought last week of S D Moss 5 cattle for 8100 00 of W U Wilmore cattle for 21500 of Oolpbus Wheeler 5 cattle for 8125 00 Dhcy shipped a car load of fat cattle to the Louisville market last week Mr L M Wilmore one of our best armors has lost quite a number of fat ings In the last few weeks with cholera Is there no remedy for this lesease CAMP BELLS TrILLE Rev J BlBozeman formerly of Gaf icy S C now of tbis place with a wIre and oneciiid fir the present is bandied at the Campbellsville Hotel LIe has been called to the pastorate of he Baptist cburch here and the Friendship cburch six miles west I recently bad the pleasure of listen log to a plain practical and able sermon delivered by him at this place lI mistake not he will be the means of strengthening the church andJn ev ery way promote its best Interest Allot our citizens should uniteio making his stay amongst us as pleasant and agreeable as possible Mr Thos E Green clerk ot the Tay loi circuit court has sold his residence to Mr Henry Rice one ot the officers of the Farmers Bank at this place tor the sum of 81500 Be contcm pJates soon to remove to Louisville vherehe has secured a position more remunerative than the salary he now ecieves It is no flattery to say thaT Ir Green is one of the very best and nostcfficlent circuit court clerks in he State Be has indeed no superior and but few equals Ills many warm icrsqnal frlonas will regret to lose him Be will in persrm and by deputy serve OJt his unexpired term Thlv writer earnestly hopes him iieailfl happness and prosperity JablsnVwf home There was a large crowd ofclUzebs rom all parjsot the county here Sdt irday Business was active Many v agons loaded with staves and pro nod come In every day Signs of ac ivity in business prosperty and ICull 1 Innsrpeilseverywhere exist Glad Ja learn that our sisterclty r ir y lolumbla is on the highway or1faprneueiity and Increasing activity 7J t i ail HBM of buBiBMs Brisf otfjfiar j f Iastric load atT1iebeelMsgiteailpslleto tkyIt j la r fFALLFOR MAN OR BOY iThelike you to call and see us Come get a lithe b k on fFALL STYLES any way Itslree for the askingrw- riting Wewantyou to know what good Furnishings and Hats we sell and how OIUhUliprices are In iBoys1500I lKYI3rd Market Sts LOUISVILLE HOT SHOT It you give some fellows a talent wrapped in a napkin to start with in business they would swap the talen for a gold brick and lose the napkin and there are others that you could start out with just a napkin who would set up with it in the dry goods business in a small way and then coax the other fellows talent into it Pay day is always a month off for the spendthrift and he is never able u realize more than cents on any dol lar that comes to him But a dollar is worth 100 cents to a good business man and he never spends the dollar I always lay it down as a safe prop osition that the fellow who has to break open the babys band for car fare toward the last of the week tnt going to be any Russell Sage when it comes to trading with the old mans I was a young fellow and out of a place I always made it a rule to take the first job that offered and to useit for bait You can catch a min now with a worm and a bass will take your minnow A good fat bass will tempt an otter and then youve got something worth skinning Adam invented all the different ways in which a young man can make a fool of himself and the college C the end of them is just a iritfthat doesnt c tan eeuCua There are times when its safest to be lonesome Use a little commonsense caution and conscience You can stock a store with those three com modities when you get enough of them But youve got to begin get ting them young They aint catching alter you toughen up a bit Seeing the world is like charityit covers a multitude of sins and like charity it ought to begin at home The only animal which the Bible calls a patient is an ass and thats both good doctrine and good natural history Ycu must learn not to overwork aI dollar any more than you would a horse Three per cent is a small load for it to draw six a safe one whenJt pulls in ten for you its working out west end youveLgot to watch to see that it doesnt ickh n It makes twenty youown a blame good critter or a mighty foolish one and you want to make dead sure which but if it draws a hundred its playing races or something just as hard on horses and dollars and the first thing you know you wont have even a carcass to haul to the glue factory EASY DIVORCE DANGER Easy diverge means a loose marriage tie It means tbat husband and wives Instead of bearing with one anothers shortcomings instead of seeking to accommodate themselves to the small unescapable disappointments or irrita tions of married life rush off to court and ask release Fortyone divorce cases were on the docket of Bart of the New York Supreme Court yesterday One hun dred and tblrjy undefended divorce separations and annulment of mar riage cases have already been placed on the calendar for November and new cases are scheduled every day says the New York Americin No doubt a proportion of these suits are the outgrowth intolerable wrong and incurable misery but itis also certain that many of tbemwould Bevel have been thought of were it not that the idea of divorce has become famil iar to the American mind Were divorce difficult were itae c impanied by deep social odium when p lightly sought fewer young men and women would enter the marriage state f with the reserved indention of quit ting It should perfect Jjipplness not iwwlt r The chaog Of oa r divorce lanlIa atioMl law There should be f uafolitbroqbOttbeUBIoB Here iSw Oo8Irf tlw state can be brotIIIitedo bi elr dny to n t fe rief Mtoi by J jr0fI Miu1I aM 1MiNdeiI ie6 tab 1 TJIiIIc fieKotawplmo ill J tiJ sacrament a bond that should be broken only by death or at most be cause of unfaithfulness But there a public opinion growing in favor of a nearer approach to the religion viewIn favor of lessening the numbe of legal causes for divorce ana sur rounding the court processes with much stricter guards against collusion- on the part of husbands and wives who wish to separate merely that they may take other mates KNIFLEY Fine fall weather and farmers about through sowing wheat The county road from the river to Knifley is receiving a general working The Teachers Association was not largely attended but they seemed to have an interest equal to the occasion Dr J C Gose fias been on the sick list for several days MrJ H Tucker finished his corn gathering last Saturday Mr Sid Dunbar was here last Sun dayMrs Barnes died at Tier home near Rolley Oct 26 We failed to lesra the cause of her death rriIrrSecffod will remove to the G W Boyd place Mr L E Cbelf moved into his new store house last week Mr Bur Gilpin traveling salesman called on our merchants ono day last S K Humpbress will remove his stock of goods to the house which was occupied by L R Chelf W D Jones attended the Teachers Association at this place last week Mrs Arabella Jones died at her residence on Green River Oct 23 She was the wife of Bute Jones and a daughter Jack Workman She was a middle aged woman and had been troubled with heart trouble for sever al years She leaves a husband and six children We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Mr Thos Conover has bought a house Prow Low Bedford and Is move log in it SAM JONES AT 1ADUCAH Listening to doctrinal sermons is like eating cold potatoes without water They simply dont go The forces of sin stand together butch rch people are divided Let this be no longer true of the church people of Paducah Let Methodists Baptists Episcopalians Catholics and Hebrews in this town stand together against immorality Go down next Monday and sit up with the council and feel their pulse and see if there is any green in their eyes Tell them about the resolutions endorsed by 6000 people here last night and tell em what you expect of themYour county judge needs a dose for licensing the dirty places In this town and your council needs a dose You take your leading men of this two and they roll in wealth and have mahogany furniture all made in the liquor business And you poor devils of working men support them The negroes Jo this country have spent enough bar whiskey since the war to buy All of them comfortable homes I would steal before I would take money that comes over a saloon counter and buy mahogany furniture with it A thief is so1 much better than a whiskey dealer that he ought to be licensed to preach to the whiskey dealer If you laboring men will go home and look at yrar MB spoons and poor furniture awitilBlc about the mahog anyfurnttere of those rich whiskey people you will get to triad that you will get yen a kicking woklM ad heck iipafMt ibat furniture It haw been said tbat ibr ftefc ef 1tlDgJnd out bat if it itoeg Itwm be your cowardlue Tiaaaeil elll IjJtOt died oiitId OWer piiae- sTo tt tI1tiiL bent ra Donnieirabeiw without bw inufr Ibus Wilk =lira b MI t it lnLIf Ll r uetoolSweetBut Ihavesaved my text until the last and here tIswWhat whit I for my hope is i n God Some people are waiting to talk about this matter of religion But talk never did accomplish anything Others say I am waiting to think a utlttbere Is no use to think about any thing so plain Others say they are waiting for the church toget right If that Is whatyou are waiting for you will be In hell afryin before that happens Some say the hypocrites are in theIr way If ahypocri te Is in your way lie must be ahead ofyou Get in the lead and he wont bother you Others say I am walling to be fit ten If that is what you are waiting for you would be in hell a thousand years beforeyou are fitten This is ass idiotic as a man refusing to come In out of the rain until he gets dry FROM KANSAS BELLE PLAINK Oct 25 1002 Editor of the Nelfa Thinking perhaps you or some of your readers would Jlke to have a line from this place I thought I would drop you one or two First I wish to correct a statement I saw inyour paper two weeks since which was a snow storm and sleet was raging in Central Kansas We have had no snow as yet been warm and nice Even up to now our wheat is looking just splendid almost hide rabbit The cattle are now grazing ot the wheat and will run on it tilt Spring and will get big fat just as tat as If running on grass in mid Summer Our wheat crop was a little short this year made from 12 to 15 bushels per acre Our corn Is good will make from 40 to 60 bushels countyaverag e This i afiae country Land has advanced considerably in the last two years It is now worth from 40 to dollars per acre and hard to buy at that price There Is one draw back to farming here the scarcity of farm bor I have been paying fI and I15C per day all the Fall and have 6 hands now at that price Well It will soon be electiontlme again and I hope the Democrats in the old 11th will come out and put the X under the rooster I think Democratic principles are right and I am going to make my X under the time I can serve you at this place call on me will be glad to do anything can for you and your val uable paper Regards to you and all Kentucky friends S R PRICE FAMOUS BUILDIHO Mr J W Duff who lives on the Jesse P Murrell old farm a few days ago tore down the mous Murrell schoolbuilding and will use the logs in a new barn The tim bers of the old building were in a remarkable state of preservation and the logsare as perfectly sound as the day they were built Into the house They are of yellow poplar and are about one hundred years old This was probably the most historic non religious building In Barren county and the host of splendid men and wo men at one time pupils of the great teacher but now scattered all over the United States will learn of its passing away with sincere regret Of late years many of those taught within Its walls have returned to the school house and carried away chips and pieces of logs as mementoes of long ago Glasgow Times After suffering a broken neck and the displacement of all the ribs in his right side William Hall of Danville Ill walked to a street car line half a mile distant and rode to his home where he alighted without assistance and walked to his home two squares away A few seconds after the arrival of a doctor be expired The Confederate Home at Pewee Valley was dedicated Thursday and was formerly received by GOT Beck ham The exercises were attended by veterans from all parts of the State who manifested the greatest interest in thee Institution Col Bennett H Young was elected Major General eoajaasdlnp of the Kentucky divtetoo UeltedOoefederateVeterane aceeed lag JM Poyntz jbr 0 Edwin Poyatr who was shot iaadiilwltk JOOB Slier at Paint kdMai bU injuries Rob l JLaote a yowsg Jmui wa1 klltodMyilK ltwliUe at wwk sea rlftiifciMftt h Twea are it W MiH M Mc IB GsaMyaand OM t it MifMile OS1a Jbe ao ftp tbalIllebwu tax rsrIletlyL- adaew Yir1It i r o WOOD90N LEWIS JASC LEWIS EEETILIZERS We have just made arrangements with the biggest fertilizer Manufacturing Coin America whereby we are able to offer 125 FERTILIZER AT Sloo 115 r 90 100 80 Buggies and Wagons Buggies Surreys and all kinds of vex hides at low prices Wagons at old price no advance Come and see us or write 11004509 lewiS8 tg Greensburg Kentucky Louisvillc Hertderson any Louis Railway Homeseekers9 Excursions JL T LOW RATESvrg c =cssaC r 1 W ESTTickets on S ale First and Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points XXNg NgNgv For Further Informationr Address GEO L GARRETT L3 IRWIN Tv Pass Agent ConI Pass Agent LOUISVILLE Kf v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 100 Per Year vTHECOURIERJOURNAL 100 Per X I NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL I t j15j PER YEAR Subscrilje ant keep on tbe ibappeninge of tbe fcas Ibe tlewe ffice cane Jt be ccelleb in neatjob1 work f CHAS E SENGt DIAMONDS WATOHES JEWELRY e ALSO SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE TESTING OF EYES AND LASSES ACOURJTELY FITTED 3OCE Market St Bet Floyd Preston LOUISVILLE KENTUOKY V Jewelry R epalrca 1JZZEliU IfiGSflOTEll RU55ELL5PWNOS KY II llQpeafor they traveling pwblte MM year mead S It ta i krft ViManrfkMtt bet c M tb plcrea- dfea e j x t in ecT P4 j lflilw YA ii Prep St a Year poateb current Z 4 WateesCloeJcsam I It f GOlufliflia Roller Milt W R 3IYERS Proprietor o fir manufacture the celebrated Souvenir and Go andlumbiuShipStuff buy Wheat and Corn and furnish all kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber DepartmentIfBedsteads r t Tables etc etc call and see me or addre- ssMYURSH Ri Colombia Kentucky PATTERSON HOTEL JKTVieSTOiAiN ICV fNo better place can be found than at the above namediotel t is new elegantly furnished and the table at alliimcs supplied with tho best the market affords Feted Stable in connection J B PATTERSON =zt4 A New Line = luOF r Clothing for fleD and Boys Overcoats to fit all Pants and all kinds for men and buys Hats caps ladies and gents shoes All kinds ladies and gents furnishing goods 41 Dry Goods and Linens of all kinds Underwear for ladies and gents Corduroy pants a spec ialty Sold at the lowest prices Come see us STRULL KitH Columbia Kilk CORCORAB DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon SyWorkzLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and ofdealers ofIMARBLE MlUDJ JX GRANITE w PRICES LOW WOkK 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 fronts etc WMF JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky FlFTH AZL6NU HOTEL arF = f BET STREETS t i LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0I5333oFtEF Refurnished Redecorated and Remodeled A Firstclass Hotel at Popular Prices Convenient to Wholesale andHetail 0 Districts Churches and Theatres Pike t Campbell A O St Clair Asst Mar 1874 ESTABLISREDt 1874 SE Ledman Son JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS v vDiamonds Jt Repairing a Specialty = OWMk tBetweenth and 5th f LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Take The News and keep posted on the Iapeningsof Southern iMentucky News a Q tit r4 uffiUfQr Ita JJ v r T r1 tIf l t