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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c THE AD COUNTY N S VOLUME 6 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOUNTYKENTUOEI WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1902 NUMBER 3 POST OFFICE DIRECTORY J M RuisiXLFoitmuter Office hours week dmys700 a m to 630 pm COURT DIRECTORY iBOUXTCocxT Three sesiloni a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and hirdMondaylnSeptemberI Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth a Attorney NH WAaron SherlffF W Miller 0 IrcnltClerlt JB Coffey Oooxx Flrat Monday In each month JudgeT A Mnrrell County Attorney JaiGtrnettjJrO- terlc TB8tult3 JailerS K P Conover Asiessor B W Burton SurveyorB T McCaffree School SuptW D Jones Coroner M Russell CiTTOoumxReguUrcourt second Monday In each month JudgeR Baker Attorney Gordon Montgomry MarshaUT W Coy CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUBKSVIUB STaHZTeand fourth Sundays dedaySabbathnight METHODIST BUKVHA SMB rReT B Metcalfe pastor Services first Sunday In each month SundaYlchool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GUI BTMTBeT W B castor Services third Sunday Ineach month 3 I1ndaJ8chol every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN WilliamsPastormonth Snndayf chool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and AMBe- ar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month JaaOarnettJr WM G A Ksicr Secy B AM No meets Friday night alter full H P W W Secretary Er Um 13 Hrmstrona Hcnti0t ftlmble Xniltlna iRnssclt Sponge1tp Cflce tone Bta to 5 C A C S GRADY DENTIST 0SPECIAL attention given to Gold Filling Crown and Brldge work 6O FF ICE over Russell MurreUs Store Columbia S- yFarfflersHFarmers I am prepared to take your orders foi Hydraulic 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 or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours trul- yNWOO PARSON MOSS W CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know bow to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We wjll take country produce at market value Give Shop near Columbia Mill Co Bells Restaurant f Lebanon Kg BllIronri6tor1Meals trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited Comfortable rooms for lodgers Frank Bell te the successor r of James F Neat with t OTTER COD WHOLESALE G OCERRUd COMMISION Na2f4ts2elNM ft Aievhle etgiipwlc y t n J wt 7 r k j GftSEY GOUNH 60URT OF GLflllHS The following is the list of Claims allowed by the Fiscal Courtof Casey county October term 1902 J Co Atwood Elza pauper 25 00 Alstotts J F burial goods 200 Same same 2 3fi Same same 4 20 Same same 2 85 Same same 1 60 Adams Sallie pauper 200 Austin Geo team on road 3 00 Ashley W B same 150 Same bridge lumber 100 Same team on road 300 Same same 9 00 Same road tools 25 00 Austin Nancy Jr pauper 16 00 Brown Wm team on road 76 Bartle Moss pauper coffin 300 Beeler Dr David med aten tlon to pauper 1333 Bryant Lydia E pauper 50 00 Black Marion team on road 4 50 Brewer D M same 300 Same bridge lumber 1 00 Brown G M same 3 00 Brown J T jailer 751 80 Bell TJ late sheriff 36 00 Same election commissioner 6 00 Baldock Milton team on road 4 50 Benson T S tools for road 5 00 Brown Clay keeping pauper 25 00 Bell S J work on road 2 50 Baker Crit team on road 2 25 Beard E L same 76 Belton Marlon same 4 50 Bland H D same 6 00 Bailey Oscar same 3 00 BearoYR L same 6 00 Beard W T same 6 00 Belton Abner same 8 25 Beard E L same 300 Beard W D justice peace 16 00 Branson MC same 16 00 Benson T S same 16 00 Benard W H same v 15 00 Beard G W team on road 6 75 Same bridge lumber x 3 00 Belton Quinton team on toad 4 50 Bulse H J same 1 50 Same same 1 12 Bohon C T same 5 25 Same bridge lumber 100 McBeath Dr W A med at tention topauper 4 00 Beeler Dr David same 1 00 Same same 10 00 Brown Malinda pauper 20 00 Bailey Wm same 25 00 Baxton Mary same 12 00 Baldock Rube team on road 150 Brown AJbert same 3 00 Brown Forest judge election 2 00 Branson M C sheriff election 2 00 Browmer W R judge same 200 Belton O W sheriff same 2 90 Baker Dr J C med attention to pauper 12 00 Brown J T jailer 15 80 Brown S J team on road 1 50 Beard W D road tools 10 00 Cravens Geo keeping pauper 25 00 Coontz Robtsame 4500 Clarksou Joshua same 25 00 Cox Mary B same 25 00 Carpenter Dr B R med attention to pauper 4 00 ChiltonG W keeping white paupers 191 07 Crutcher S M pau coffin 5 00 Combest J B teanvon road 3 00 Condor M P same 1 60 Same same s 1 5o Coyle Henry same 150 Condor MP same 10 Cravens M G Bridge lumber 3 Clubb Dr J W med atten Lion to pauper 2 00 Chilton J C pauper coffin 3 00 Carson J R team on road 160 Compton Raz same 1 Chapman J L deputy sheriff 1 60 Compton E D team on road 2 57 Combest Carson bridge lum her V228 Canpn James pauper 25 00 Case Robt team on road t225 Cooley J B paupcrcoffln r 4 oo Clements Nancy pauperr1r 36 oo Cravens Bettiesame f 36 60 Cox Rhoda same So po Cooley Andy same Siooo Cox Thomas same 4o Ciindiff Bud ridge lumber lo CundiffEIzy team on road 1 5o amentS W Dsame 2 Combest YWB fiber electioa 28 Cuntilf WC judge saaie 216 Cox WH Judge HURof 3 04 Cochnr 410 iadgejalae 200 r 4600 M told F rfLj i4 h t a Delk Milford same 2 2- 5DelkZtch v same 1 5o Dever Phil same 1 5o Same same 1 60 Deboard J T judge election 2 00 Durham O pauper coin 2 38 Same taken school list 2 oo DaughertyrW J bridge lum her 51o Dye L C late county clerk 166 lo Durham Flelden H pauper 25 00 Dooley Jesse same 3o oo Durham Everett team on road 1 5o Ewing Merrida same 4 5o Elliott S G sheriff 199 25 Ellis Geo justice peace 15 00 Edward Taylor keeping pea 25 00 Earls Betsy pauper 35 00 Elloitt Mc team on road 1 60 Edwards John bridge lumber 2 00 Esters John team on load 6 oo Same same 3 Elloitt S T burial good 4 46 Ewing Geo and wife pauper 40 00 Fills JA surveying road 100 Ewing Wilmer pauper 15 00 Evans Floyd team on road 1 60 Emerson Milton same 3 Farrls L A provisions small pox patient 34 80 Fallowell Paulina pauper 25 00 Floyd Dr D S med atten IFalcomberry road 1 Fredrick David pauper 4 00 Frost Geo team on road 300 Same same 3 oo Field Sallie pauper 25 00 Fredrick Permella same 20 00 Fewell Samuel and wife pau pers 40 oo Fox Jeff team on road 75 Falcomberry Talbot same 3 75 Goode J H same 5 25 Goode Green same 2 00 Gibson Felix pauper 48 oo Grider G W pauper coffin 5 oo Godbey Q C bringing suit for county Son Garner Dr W T med atten tion to paupers 64 5o Grider R C team on road 6 75 Guthrie Jack same 1 60 Gifford H D same 6 00 Grooms T S sheriff election 2 oo Grider TJ judge same 2 oo Garrison J W same 2 oo Humphrey Bros bridge lumber 2 38 Humphrey G S clerk election Zoo Humphrey Bros team on road 6 bo Humphrey Bros bridge lumber 3 oo Hatfield Peter team on road 15 00 Hicks Nathan judge election Zoo Hargett W S keeping pauper 45 Herren Dr C L medical at tention jail 6 oo Herren Dr C L same to pau 25 oo Herren Dr C L same 2 op Herren Dr C L same 16 oo Herren same same 37 33 Herren same same 3 oo Hughes Ben team on road 4 5o Hamilton J F same 5 25 Hill Wm surveying road Too Hammonds T Br team on road 1 5o Hammonds T B bridge lumber 5 HendersonGarrettteamonroad 1 5o Hendrickson J L same 2 oo Henderson Nelson and wife 8pauper 60 Hammonds Dr L F medical attentlonpauper 22 po Hammonds same same 18 00 Hammonds same same 61 oo Hick Nathan judge election 2 00 Hill sheriff election 2 6p 60Hatter n W clerk election 2 00 Halter HW team on road 3 oo HerneyMmedlcalattentlonr to pauper 12 oo Johnson W 0 constable 3 oo Jones S Bttamon road 4 5o Tones J D state lo 13 Johnson rilee pauper 35 ba JasperJC team on road 6 00 Johnson J13 salBel60Joh- nsonJ Rbr dg lumber loo Kekay S6n fqneral expenflee 13 60 XaipMaryEKeepiagpuiperin oo Lester T M rep lrlufI4l lot boxes loo Lu tr8UJ1I oa recd 1 W LMbara jUf MirTejlBf road 1 oo hutiseirty b qaid riJ vtttrfg lo LTM ONI WfMI y coiilJt 4 liwikMi JLlj alillllOB 1etllpot r 21 p0 jt s 1l K Lee B deputy sheriff 28 00 Lynn J L team on road 160 Lane H H pauper 25 oo Lay Stephen pauper 25oo Luttrell Lotta pauper 25 oo Lynn Catherine pauper 25 00 Lanham J W judge election 3 o4 Luttrell D A justice peace 15 oo Murphy judge election 2 00 Minor Wm clerk election 2 00 May W T Judge election 2 00 Mays B F clerk election 2 00 Murphy Dr W T medical at tcntlon to paupers 11 50 Martin W P justice of peace 15 00 Morgan Jno L team on road 300 Merrett M O team on road 8 25 Morgan W T guide post 260 Same team on road litMartin team on road 4 50 Mills J D pauper coffin 3 00 Same team on road 3 00 Morgan John team on road 1 50 Merritt Polly pauper 20 00 Merrl tt Francis pauper 25 00 Malone Sol team on road 600 McKinney Sam team on rood 1 50 Minor G L Surveying road 100 Mays Edmond pauper 5000 Mills W E team on road 1 50 Marples Wm team on road 76 McDonald E R team on road 2 50 Meade Beven keeping pauper 6 00 Minor H C team on road 1 50 Mills Matilda pauper 20 00 Minor Wm M deputy sheriff lo 00 McAnincb J Polk team on road 75 McWhorter J H team on road 2 25 McWhorter Wm Everett team on road 2 25 McWhorter Wm team or road 1 50 May W T team on road 3 00 Minor Wm team on road 3 00 May WT bridge lumber 100 May Ben same 2 08 Neat Ell team on road 3 00 Same bridge lumber 2 00 Napier Lou pauper 30 00 Napier Sarah E pauper 25 00 Owen Jordan pauper 25 00 Owen J D clerk election 2 00 Overstreet Chas team on road 3 00 Peevler child pauper 20 oo Pridddle George pauper 3o oo Parker Ben same 35 oo Pelly Synthfa same 25 oo Preston Mary same 45 oo Pittman Bettlc same 8 oo Poison Elijah team on road 2 25 Patterson John same 1 5o Phelps Jno A same 7 25 Puttett John same 4 5o Pelley Sarah BpauperJU oo Pay ton John same 20 00 Popperwell John team on road 150 Pitman Coot pauper 15 oo Phelps Sallie saine 30 oo Pipes J F Bros team on road j 1 60 Pelly Susan pauper 12 oo Payton Vinson judge election Payton 88 H C sheriff same 2 88 Penn D F sheriff same 3 o4 Posey Frank team on road 6 oo Portman Bros road tools Royalty Me D Judge election 2 64 Roberts J C clerk election 2 00 Rector same 2 00 Rogers same 2 00 Rainwater Giles tools for road 25 00 Rubarts J W Deputy Sheriff 7 00 RIgney J J bridge lumber 4 00 Same team on road 1 50 Royalty A Hsame 3 75 Roger W F same 300 Same surveying road 3 00 Rogers Lee team on road 3 O Rogers S H same 3 O Ralley Mrs Tom same 1 50 Rogers W F same 1 50 Rogers Whoop same JL5o Roberts H Msame 3 RIderi Henry same 600 Richard Thos same I Rigglns W Gsa e 4r5p Roberts WS samez 3 oo Richardson Daniel lper4 oo RynlersontQulntella pauper 3o od- Rubarts Tergllaeaa on road 1 60 Rogers Madallaepauper io 90 RandoT b Chllders pauper 3J oo Stone lBJUcJge lect on2Spragln8tWA same 2 Stoyton Jno R Sheriff eleotiba 3 b4 t Slffipsba Harrtepa Jwticepeice llop Scott Ott team oatroad Spathe 00 Ylilitd Sall 3 00 Sjst1Mmktah alttliy iSo E P4 t Spears William same 3 00 Sweeney J Psame 600 Simpson Harrison tools on road 15 00 Smith W G burial clothes 1 5o Sharp M L goods for jail and paupers 60 65 Smith Irena pauper 30 00 Smith Christina pauper 2o oo Sweeney Ella pauper 6 oo Shaw John team on road 150 Sorrell Elzy same 1 5 Sorrell W E samp 3 oo Shearin same 3 oo Simpson Marion same 3 00 Sheperson Wm same 160 Sutherland Clint same 3 oo Smith Sallie pauper 15 00 Sweeney Wm keeping colored paupers 217 oo Sims Sam bridge lumber 4 5o Same team on road 4 5o Smock Tom same 1 60 Smock Rafe same 3 00 Taylor A N Sheriff election 296 Tucker J N Judge election 2 96 Tucker R S Clerk election 2 00 Thompson Sarah pauper 75 00 Terry Cordelia pauper 25 oo Thomas Jo team on road 1 50t Tate J W same 50I Tucker Lce same 6 oo Tucker W A same 4 60 Thorp Alphas same 1 87 Tucker Geo same 75 True E S Clerk election 2 ob Toms Cbas same 1 5o Tarter A A same 5 25 Same bridge umber 7 oo Tucker Geo Judge election 2 80 Toms Alvin team on road 1 50t Same same 1 5o Turpen Jonathan and wife pau pers 25 oo Tarter H P team on road 1 60 Same same 1 5o Tarter S P same 1 5o Same same 1 5o Taylor P HCgunty Atty 800 00I Thomas O D team on road 160 Ward Ralph same 5 25 Wesley Dr J T Med atten attention to paupers 7 oo Same same 11 oo Same same 7 5o Same same 12 oo Same same 20 oo Wesley Dr I S medical atten tlon to paupers lo 00 Wilkinson J P election Com 6 oo Wall Walter team on road 3 00 Walt Fount same 3 75 Whitlock W F same 1 5o Whitlock Tom same 1 5o Same same 1 5o Wethington M N same 4 oo Wethington P B same 1 Wethington Jno B same 300 Wethington Basil same Coo Wethington Jno W same 1 5p Wethington G1xIsame 3 oo Ward Thos A same 4 6 Wethington Jas W same 2 oo Ware Jno same 3 oo Wall Jacob pauper coffinlWlllin Henry judge election 2 oo Wethington B same 296 Same for 19oo 96 Wheat John sheriff election 2 Wilson Morgan PauPer 00 Wesley Dr Jas med atten tion to pauper 6 oo Same to jail 3 oo Same to pauper 27 60 Same same t J7oo WoodrumPatsy pauper 25 oo Wells John team on road 1 So Wllkerson Matthew pauper J 00 Wilkinson Jj P goods for jail 575 Williams W O team on road 3 00 Wilson Isaac same 1 5o Wilson Moses same 1 5o 00onsame 16 po 16nboWarren Jerusba same 30 oo Wheatley Hulda same 25 00 Wllkerson Durylb idgeiumbervadpo Wllkersbn Royal team on rbadjafio Walford Salllevpauper 5pbo Wesley Leatetm on road 600 Wesley alias same 1 5o Same same Zj 376 Same bridge lumber t 1162 Same saaeo r y 4 12 WHle1W G tea onroHt 2 25 Yates Eii eaele 3 =YotingTa1P coti tilltbte atMit1 I1t110N 19BSL1CY eC Ciee 0onity GpuE 0 t s i A CARD The time has come when those who intend to enter school for the etsuing five months must decide what school they will attend Therefore it will not be amiss in me as principal of the M C F High School to make a few brief tatements aboutt Fur the past halt century the M F High School has been the center of education for the Green and Cumberland river coun try Within its walls our fathers and mothers were educated and there many of us the younger generation have re ceived that instruction which his us for the duties and responsibilities of life Although it has done much tor the cause of education in the past yet we enter upon this the 47tb year of its existence hoping even greater useful ness The enrollment now is larger than it has been for a decade past Those In attendance are there for one purpose advancement The enrollment after beglnnicgJanuaryb in the history of the institution A corps of teacher will be in charge who will spare no pains to advance those wbo are in attendance prepareforv hoseek a higher education to enter at us an opportunity to help you TYLER A BAKER BOW TO SUCCEED Gen Taylor editor of the Boston Globe in a lecture how to succeed hit the nail on Jho head when he said Wherever you may oe placed always do a little more than is ex pected of you There Is not much hope for the fellow who keeps his eye the clock and starts In to wash and comb up fifteen minutes before it is time for him to leave Dontbe afraid to do alittle extra work The man you are working for may not have seen enough to appreciate It but some one else will Do not believe that success in life is due to luck Thats a lazy mans thought I believe that 99 per cent of the men who suc ceed in life are men who have worked hard and conscientiously The world hasno rewards for lazy men THE DELINEATOR Todo justice to this numbor whic for beauty and utility touches th highest mark it would be necessary to print the entire list of contents Iii sufficient to state that in it the best Modern writers and artists are represented The book contains over 230 pages with 34 full page illustrations ot which 20 are in two or more colors The magnitude of this December num ber for which 728 tons of paper and six tons of ink have been used may be understood from the fact that 91 press es running 14 hours a day have bee required to print Itj the binding alone of the edition of 916000 copies repre seating over 20000000 sections which had to be gathered Individually by human hands This number of the Delineator is a daisy Address the Delineator New York N Y To spend Sl2oo annually for news paper advertising in a town of only 6000 population seems beyond belief no dotbt but nevertheless C P Cecil a Danville groceryman expends that amount He has added so much to his business that itch now necessary for him to employ 19clerks He will es Perryoville the first of January The State oV Colorado has a law which arbitrarily fixes the value of stock killed by the railways and which the roads have to py when losses occur The loftiest steamboat route in the world is doubtless that justopened be ItWeen Puno and Chilaya Peru on Lake lcaca 12572 feet high or twice the alritude of Mt Washington + ct M WISEMAN SON + Snccessors to fldam Vain Go JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Established 1884 Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Fine line of Holiday goods Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2ond Opoclte Music Hall LOUJSVTLLE KENTUCKY 2L C POSTER Ohronio Diseases a Specialty Consultation and Examination Free at Office MAROUM HOTEL Columbia Kentucky PROD UCE I will pay the hlghestcash prices for all Country Produce delivered at Columbia Will pay from 8 to 22c for wool My store is connected by telephone throughout the county SAM LEWIS Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached SCiOIlIillCShOeiDge 0sI am ready to do Black Smithy ing of auy kind from horse shoe ng to tho repairing of the finest vehicles I will make a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction rFrnRobertson Give me your workJ COFFEY YETINERY SURGEON t Fistulo Pollevil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I guarantee satisfaction J am fixed to take care of stockS OHENSHAW mile from ColumbIa on Disappointment Newly Furnished 1American Plan 100 Per Day N16 Boslers Hotel MEflLS25c NIG BOSLER Manaoer Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited 523 West Market Street i Loulvill6 0 0 0 KentucKu THE J4L BURGHARDCO 4 INCORPORATEDt WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN C iRPETS jjaIJ- aco Curtains Portieres linoleums Mattiiigd Oil Cloths Rugs c SOUTHWEST CORNERVROOK and MARKET STS LOt7ISVILLE KY Pine Tailoring T t ir f r P eLI r x t 53i WEST MARKET JKT i XtfZOUISVILLILtLZ TV CiCY rmtiair and j lniri uh 1iJJ r 1r l t r t r tkst f 1 e i t r6HRISTMflS OOODSflT tf OW rRIGESIJl time to all the Good in this Ad are fast fHIl AllAIB IffiWS Every Wednesday BY THE INCORPORATED CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the inter sU of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent conntle Entered at the OolnmtiU Poitofflce second elas mall matter WED 26 For State Treasurer We ate authorized to announce II II HEN NINQER Wayne county a candidate for the office of State Treasurer aubjeet to the action ontte Democratic party It is now said that Judge T Z Morrow of Somerset will be ap pointed Pension Agent for Ken tucky The hour for holding the Prohi bition convention will be at 1 p m at the courthouse the first Monday in December Judge Guffy has declined to be come Governor of Kentucky and will make the race to represent Butler and Edmonson counties in the Legislature Capt W H Sweeney is an inde pendent candidate for Common wealths Attorney in the Lebanon district That is allhe is just a candidate The gentleman the people will elect will be a Demo crat Commissioner of Indiau Affairs states that the United States has spent 845275290 in fighting subduing and controlling the In dians from the foundation of the Government up to 1800 240 000000 has been expended in ed ucating the children Boyd County Democrat pub lished at Catlettsburg and edited by E L Wright made its first appearrnce last week It is a bright newsy sheet and we place it upon our The Democrat is destined to do much good for Democracy in the Big Sandy section Yesterday the State Democratic Executive Committee met in Frankfort for the purpose to fix the date and manner for nomina ting State officers We hope and trust that a primary election was trot named If a primary is called several candidates already an nounced will withdraw from the contest the expense being greater than they can afford W Godfrey Hunter Jr son of the American Minister to Guatema t la shot and killed WmFitzgerald- a native of Grand Rapids Michi vr gan in Guatemala City last Fri 3 day J G Bailey a Kentuckian Sand who was the Republican can r didate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals against against Shaokel J ford was with Hunter when the shots four in number were fired f v and is also implicated It is be lieved that Fitzgerald was con netted with the charges made soy eral months ago against Dr W 4jjjm Hunter After the shooting young Hunter and Bailey took ref itnge with the American legation and great excitement prevailed y W Godfrey Hunter Jrisanltiye4 v bf Burksvilie this State and Janephew of W Fr Horace Ki and f Chas Alexander It is believed ar herethilt he will be returned t tti rii i We have just from the markets ectfprices We never before had as large a stock of goods for the trade as this season The mild weather has retarded the sale of goods our stock is too large you know that means reduced prices to move them Get in early and secure the best havent They going and going I RUSSELL MUKBELL COLUMBIA KENTUCKY II COUNTY Published AdairouuiyNewsGo NOVEMBER ANNOUNCEMENTS returned Holiday Winter specify Things exchangelist EDUCATION Education is the process of train ing developing changing from one state to another in such a way as to make stronger the mind better the heart and more powerful the physical powers It has been defined by eminent authors as the systematic devel opment and cultivation of the mind and other natural powers The most common definition and the one most generally under stood is that education is the pro cess of acquiring knowledge j that the party who takes a course of study is educating himself Pass ing the definition we wish to brief ly speak of the importance of an education as is generally understood to be knowledge acquired through a course of study To those who are highly educated and to those who have acquired a business education the importance and worth of a thorough or collegiate course is apparent but to the man who has contented himself to go through life without any special training in educational lines it is doubtless different Reviewing the history of our country we are forcefully impressed with the great possibilities the broad field of op- eratIon for those who educate themselves and the narrow chan nel through which the majority of the unlearned are forced to pass Nearly all of our statesmen from Washington to the present were men well educated in their day and generation The few exceptions are not sufficient to justify anyone in defending a cramped or exceed ingly limited education for in ev ery generation some so strongly endowed by nature may override every obstacle and go to the front in nearly every line of business or earlyevery profession without any special school training but while this is true each and everyone has sorely regretted that his powers were so hedged from the lack of an education that it took almost superhuman power to lead to the results to be accomplished Today the worth of an education more manifest than at any oth er period of our history Posi tions are secured and held only by competent and aggressive people Education brings competency so far as it goes but without it the base of operation is exceedingly limited regardless of thewill pow er and natural endowments of the uneducated party No young man knows what his opportunities will be a year hence no young lady can look into the future and unravel its mysteries Positions of honor and trust come alike to both sex responsibilities likewise hover over the lives of both The people of today who are stamping their im press on the world who mould public opinion who stand on the acme of every profession are those who have gone through a course of training preparatory for great use fulness The unlearned of every profession s an unenviable posi hisefIwith a thorough education would have made his attainments much easier and his possibilities much greater Young man yourig lady mark well the step of progress Look at the great possibilities within your reach by first making yourself equal to the emergency Parents educate your children broaden their opportunities for usefulness to themselves and to mankind Every profession eve cry occupation is made better in proportion to the amount of the development of the jnindGive children a good education and aOY11ithiq er dirimib one tMi only also 1 J cumbs to one enemy and that is the total loss of the mind The worthof educating is an inex haustable subject True educa tion carries the mental moral and physical powers to their best state blesses the individual and the poets true picture of many brightminds powerful intellects buried in obscurity lost to the world for the lack of an opportunity proper training in early life just such as the schools of today afford are given in the following lines Full many a gem of purest ray serene The dark unfathomed caves of ocean bear Full many a flower Is born to blush unseen And waste Its sweetness on the desert air The Spectator changed hands last week Mr S F White the plant good will etc sellingI W D Jones who will the publication of the paper Jones has heretofore owned the Spectator and his fondness for newspaper work is doubtless his reason for again engaging in the business It is our understand ing that Mr White will remain with the paper a short time and will then engage in other business rMr Cannon is to be the next Speaker of the House of Represen tatives But he will not rise to the presidency if he adheres to the hightariff and protectiontothe trusts policy THE TRAINING SCHOOL BOWLING GREEN KY Nov 17 Capt W W Bradshaw Columbia Ky DEAR Bno In reponse to your inquiry concerning rate of tuition and grade of the school to be located at Columbia permit me to say that the Educational Board has not yet arranged the curricu lum and agreed upon prices for the different departments but will do so in due time Itis the purpose of the Board to have a comprehensive course suitable to the neods of the communi ty at large extending through primary intermediate and ad vanced or training school departments which will embrace a four year course in Latin three years in Greek and correspondingly high course in Mathematics Eng lish Sciences etc Also a Teach ers Course for training the pub lie sohool teachers and equipping thosewho wish to prepare for teaching We hope also that we may be able to add other depart ments later The rate of tuition will be made as low as can be made to maintain the schoolso as to be with in the reach osll who desire the benefit Your Sincerely ROBT W BROWSER President of Educational Board Louisville Conference IRVINES STORE J M Smith of Font Hill was here yesterday taking photographs Garfield Bradley is confined to his bed with Inflamaitory rheumatism Mr Strater the drug man was here one day last week Smith Bros are receiving goods everyday and having a line trade A W Qadberuy of Dcatar was here last week o a boslneeeV A horse belo Mr lob It Withers died Tuesday night Cause UBkBOWB Squire Emmersoala eoarti w iL ellloBa y reedy igaia boyiatottt tlieir klLMonlpl- iylBg If T Miiofcelt has returSud frog the city ttecR ro lsSI lea hamoeM j = I fc I Ir J T CTERSOtt C B PROCTOR Of T OP CftKSONFKOCTOR CO FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS lea West Jefferson StLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Consignment of Country Produce SolicitedReference First Natl Bank i I z MSTnraas o wRORBRTSOR S T Staples Robertson So III Columbia RYMEN Kentucky II fiejr FOCOUPYING THE WELLKNOWN STAND known as the Barbee stable and situated on the pike as you enter Columbia from Campbellsville Good horses firstclass vehicles Prices as low as the lowest This Iiiia firm also owns the stable attached to the Hancock Ho B tB telr Your trade is solicited RU VICTORIA HOTEL =lothand roadway J10I1ISVIllllEM 1ENTUC1Y This hotel has been refitted and is one of the nicest places in the I city at which tostop r CEO GE 5 COSBY liianager Take The News and keep posted on the happenings of Southern Kentucky News and Courser= Journal for 150 r CAMPBELLSVILLE- The frivilous game of Ping Pong has been introduced in our town and is now supposed to be the proper thing among the elite It is dying out in metropolitan society Mr John H Chandler wife and infant first born have been for a number of days visiting relatives and friends here They left for Louisville wh re they reside on the 24th inst Mr Chandler and hiff partner Mr Norman have built np a lucrative law practice in the city Most of our citizens if not all themrfavor the early construction of the proposed electricroud between this point and Columbia On the whole it will prove to be beneficial to the citizens of both counties Not only this but both counties need a visit from the good roads Commission and ex tensive improvement in roads gen orally Near our town there are two or more farms that will be damaged by the electric road pass ins through them as surveyed The owners under the circumstances are not unreasonable in asking reasonable damages BUSS Som a hop were killed here last week The lateralHliBB been agreafchelp fc growing grain crops it havlBg beea- badly seeded ry Grissom ofjour ottywea Mere Thursday drostmbsg llisselTpra S kItteelH 8Dt ieaoYerotl rl r TYrhltrpehepltra as accompanied Miss Sandidge home remaing from Friday till Monday Wilks Booth HovIous of Knifley and brother of Louisville were here last Wednesday M L Grlssom Co have taken out the partition in their store They be lieve in expansion Jas G Thomas of Sulphur Spring school house was enjoying himself in our midst Sunday week Mrs Alice Walker of Gradyville was at her elderly fathers W C Turk several days since who has been quite sick S Thompson Hughes will remove to Columbia this week Our loss is your Dl Schooling wife and daugh ter Mrs Kate Silver and her little son the latter two of Utah have been staying at G Whit Flowers on But lers Fork for some time Mr School Ing has beets quite sick there Mrs Edmonia Sandidge while attempting to catch a hen in the cag got her left hand hurt on the palm from Its spur and she was suddenly taken dangerously sick At this writing she is better Bev W H 0 Sandidge will not fill his regular appointment in Hart coun ty this week on account of his wifes Illness Miss Emma Browning has returned from Elkhart Ill where she has been vlsltiBgrelatlves for several weeks Mrs Klzzie Edwards visited her brother JD Flowers onSutlea Fork Isst weekI Jas H Young who started from Columbia last week with ardrove of mules for the Georgia market did aot reaoh hltdegtlaatloa At Glasgow Me petiPreiton TerryaBdokwedbjit to them rj rBlBgjbo4kSfi raay It is Mir iiatfrerataaifr that Mr Yogi g pA Ii rMMtr FS v ff f j a ON N N N N 4 + A iii ijusti GEORGE WPLINKE Jeweler i o Also fine line of Jewelry Novelties Bricabrac and Optical Goods + 2from a small euchre prize to a weddIng gIft No trouble to show you irecordsClosingIGEO I W1 PLINKE Louisville Kyf STREETY + 1 J G HOPKINS I J ISIGN OP THE BEE HI3ZE Dro Goods t 22G E MARKET ST BET BROOK AND FLOYD 1879 KY STOCK SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES and Notions Established LOUISVILLE ENTERPRISE HOTEL CHAS F CANS BRO 234242 EAST MARKETST SLOUISVILLE KY 0 OS Btfii pr nay Absoaute Sa tisfac tioa Guaranteed SPECIAL RATES TO REGULAR BOARDERS n Oro Carry All Heights In DBHLER BROTHERS no East MarkctlStreot LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY PURITY AND PERFECTION IN DRUGS 711The name BENZ 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 Out ofTown Buyers 100 pillsAloin Belladonna and Strychnine for 17 Antikamnia Powder and Tablets oz 110 100 pills Assafoetida 3grain 220Assafoetida 5 grain 27 Blauds Iron Tonlc22Compound Cathartic Vegetable 15 t IICompound Cathartic US P 15 100 Calomel Tablets 110 i i i grain 7 100 Calomel Tabfets 1 grain 12 100 Morphine Tablets i grain 22 100 Strychnine Tablets lGO 130 grainf 7 Trusses New York Elastic single 60 Trusses New York Elastic double v 85 Goqd Leather Covered Steel Truss 1 25 Hard Rubber Trusses 85 We guarantee the quality of our Roods and deliver them to your address at prices named ubove We handle a complete lineof everything that is reliable in the drug line The saving in cost and absolute assurance of builds our business Our mailorder trade is large and growing dailyi0A Trial Order Large or Small iJ Solicited RENZ DRUG GOMPflNY LOUISVILfeE KY II HUGHES 60 tto 07lIU t SASH DOORS BLINDS AND All Kinds of Building Materiaf kWniTE FOR ESTIMATES rf 123 ia6EJ iun St LOUISVILLE KT i i11f 0 r l r J PERSONAL MENTION Mr E T Willis returned from Cav q C y last week Mr V M G o w d y Lexington as here Monday Mr Geo B Miller is spending a week In Louisville Mrs L B Hurtand her son Jo are visiting in Lebanon Mr W M Wilmore our Gradyvllle correspondent was here Monday Hon Geo Nell deputy collector came in from Lebanon last Friday Mr J H Judd came in last Friday night to spend a few days with his childrenMr H Smith of Louisville fath er of Mr Talmage Smith is visiting in ColumbiaMr Jr was in Camp bellsyille a few days of last week on legal business Miss Lula Allen who taught a very successful school at Amandaville has returned home Mr W Coffey assistant cashier of the Bank of Columbia was in Louisville last week Mr W D Stephens Bussell Springs was in town Monday night on his return from Louisville Mr E B McLean representing Mauler Dunbar Co Naohyille was in Columbia last Friday Mr J W Hutchlns returned from New York last Friday His numer Otis friends were glad to see him Miss Emma Browning who spent several weeks visitlag friends in Illinois returned home last week Misses Jennie VanPelt and Edith Adams Louisville will spend Thanksgiving with Miss Sallie Rey Marcum Mrs Settle Atkins this city is vis iting the family of Mrs J T Carson Alexandria Ind She will be absent I several weeks Dr A C Foster and wife arrived from Franklin Ky last Wednesday evening They are occupying rooms 1atthe Marcum Hotel Miss Lavelle Alexander daughter of Dr B M Alexander of Bonham Tex as vlssted the family of Hon H C Baker last week She went from here to Richmond and will return to Texas in a few weeks Mr B A Thompson of Lebanon r has been doing a splendid business in Adair Bussell and Green taking orders for fertilizers He is a very elegant gentleman and his large trade is due to his correct manner of doing busi ness His frequent trips to Columbia has afforded him an opportunity of becoming acquainted with a great holdNLOCAL JOTTINGS BurtSeven bushel barrel salt 8210 cash W L WALKER 41 Hunting is forbidden an the farm of J O and B F Grissom- ThanksgivingI services will be held at the Presbyterian church Eld Bobc KIrby will begin a meet ing at Tabernacle church next Satur day Stults Tutt have any kind of farm or town lots you want improved and unimproved The Young Peoples Christian Association will meet at their hall next Friday night Mr 0 S Harris has about completed a new boxstable on his lot below the News office Mr Henry D Cave has left at this office a bean pod ten inches in length and one inch wide Stults Tutt have several hundred acres of timber land in Adair county for sale Prices reasonable If you have a good muleto sell bring it to Coffey Bros Robertson They will pay you all It is worth Coffey Bros Robertson bought seven mules since our last report pay ing from 88500 to 8120 per head I am opening a big line of winter goods Come see them and get prices i 2t W L WALKER A series of meeting will commence at the Presbyterian church at an early date probably the first week in December icThanksgiving services will be held churchIthe sermon The brick work on the addition of the Marcum Hotel was completed last week and carpenters are now finishing the wood work Mr Jo Viers who was a man about seventy yews old died near Mllltown last Wednesday He leaves a wife and r several children Mrs Z M Staples has sent to this office one of tho finest turnips we ever saw In shape It was perfect beauty It weighed over five pounds Mrs Geo Morrison who 11v dli r IlliBote dfed oae day last week A 1ifew years ago her husband wal eez lojpUt tto CoUMWa Koir Mill i Good Time ft Bi1y Pants 50 pair Buckeye Corduroy 125 andl50 All Wool Kersay 125 I All Wool Keri ay heavier 175 All Wool Kersay Navy 2O0Fancy Striped Worsted 200 y Fancy Striped Worsted 250 Fancy Striped Worsted 275IFancy Striped Worsted 300 All Wool Kersay Heavy 300 v All Wool Black from 250 to 350 Fancy Striped Cassimer all Wool 300 Fancy Striped Worsted all Wool 400 450 and 500 1LLKLftBring Montgomery He will pay 40c in goods Bird hunting is forbidden on my home farm and the farm belonging to the heirs of G W Atkins W J Atkins I invite all of my friends to call at the Hancock Hotel if you are In need of Sewing Satisfaction guaranteed MRS EMMA EUBANK List your farm and town lots if you want to sell Ityou want to buy let your wants be known to the real estate men Stults Tutt A number of farmers have notices No hunting on my premises They claim that there is too much promis cuous Shooting and besides they want to bag the birds for their own use I have a very handsome line of wall paper samples which can be seen at the store of Reed Miller Prices lower that the lowestC H MURRELL Preston Terry Glasgow will be in in Greensburg next Friday the 28th to buy horses and mules They will be in Columbia Saturday the 29tH Bring in your stock A Mr Roy who lives near Font Hill Russell county met with a veyy serious accident last Wednesday He was felling a tree when his axe glanced striking his thigh cutting a fearful gash and breaking the thigh bone We reported last week that Mr Bram Vaughan had bought the Cook farm lying near town It was thought that the trade was closed at the time the notice appeared but we are now informed that ft was not consum mated Mr Tim Collins bought of MtSID Barbee last week the house and lot next to the Triplett property and formerly occupied by John Hopkins He gave a pair of mules and so much money the consideration amounting to will be a Sunday school ally at the Methodist church on the sigh t of the 6th Sunday in this nUlTle obJookoftherallYwQlbe for the bti1 efit of the OrphaM Hoaie Louisville Let every body attend and be MM sail bring ran wall ofleriiifs Then 11iibeJrood progra rendered eon OfflQiOf MVNlUIBOtt MMUMMI bird successIquail in the Montpelier section than any other locality in Adair county There are several hunters in the coun ty from a distance Dr B T Wood is now a resident of Danville Ky having removed last week to his elegant home recently pur chased in that city The doctor writes that himself and family were given a cordial welcome and that every thing indicates they will be well pleased Mr J C Yates who recently sold his stock of goods at Bradfordsvllle to B E Young Co Lebanon has again embarked in the dry goods business He has fitted up a buildingnear his old location and is getting his share of the trade Mrs N B Miller Nevada Mo was a delegate from her home club to the Kansas City Convention of State Fed eration of Womans Clubs held on the 4th of this month Upon her return to Nevada the local paper gave an interesting account of the State meet ingThe smaller children of Mrs Mary Harveys school Cane Valley will entertain with Thanksgiving exercises next Thursday An interesting pro gram has been arranged and everybody is most cordially invited to be present There will be recitations drills songs etc Eld ZT Williams closed a meeting at Freedom Russell county last Thursday night It was the most interesting meeting held by Eld Williams this year fortyntwo names being added tox the church Eld Williams commenced a meeting at Creelsboro last Monday night Mr Tom Webster Greensburg caught jack fish last week that measured 37 inches in length Mr WeIr ster is also a f x hunter and has a fine pack of dogs Last week his dogs and a pack belonging to Mr ROSmithI caught a red fox after an interesting chase of threehours Wewm publish at an early date toe essay wrlttea by Prof TA Baker at the Cofiwablan Urilferttty of Washim ton DO wklchwaa awarded a pries Pitf Baker k aew tlis ttljlpilot tilaal kJ Sigh Ielaad in this toga TIM Mttaor of the essay his colMBkd to Iii ImbitoaMom at the f ilaMA tJIDhlfr Idki i wrsw Tvw FOSTERFORD 57e clip the following extract from the Franklin Favorite The parlors bad been beautifullY decorated for the occasion and seemed a bower of fragrant roses The cere mony was performed by Dr E N Dicken in his usual graceful and impressive style The attendants were Miss Lizzl Gabard and Mr O V Wantland and only the Intimate relatives of the couple were asked to the marriage Miss Ford is recognized as one of the handsomest young women in Southern Kentucky and is a descendant of a family noted for its beautiful gracious women Shq possesses a charming personality grace of manner a wit and brilliancy in conversation and power to assimilate and magnltiz that amounts to genius She is an elocutionist of rare ability which talent she has often kindly used In entertainments for charitable pur Foster was for two years a stu dent in Southern School of Osteopathy and is one of the most successful prao titioners that ever graduated from that institution He is an elegant and courteous gentleman and numbers his friends only by his acquaintances THE FAVORITE extends congratula tions and wishes the young couple much happiness MARRIAGE LICENSES Thef ollowlng marriage licenses were issued from the Adair county clerks office up to this date in November Finis A Watson to Ida B Yates Jas O Finn to Lillie M Finn Thos Rich to Nannie Brown Wm Willin to Mattie Powell Everett Montgomery to Locky B to Callie M Feese W L Stotts to Virginia H Taylor Mont Conover to Ethel Butler Hardln Aarons to Lora Collins Frank M Stotts to Nerva Campbell- Jo H Baker to Addle Stotts Ambrose Wethington to Mary N WethingtonD to Mattie Cape A0 Loy to Lou Frankum Aaron T Keltner to Rey I Fogg C Barton to Percllla A Harmon It is now time for the various churches in Columbia to look about and see what can be done for poor children living in the boundaries of their denominations Christmas will be herein a few weeks and it would be Christian acts to hunt up children whose parents are not able to buy presents and see that the little ones are remembered Can you imagine the feelings of a little fiveyear old girl on Christmas morning seeing other child ren with candy toys etc and she without anything It will take but a small amount of money to remember every little girl and boy in the vicinity of Columbia Let us do the Christian act Our old friend Mr A O Loy who lives ne rGreelsboro stole a march on us last week He was in Columbia Monday called at this office and re newed his subscription to the News talked some time concerning matters in general but not a hinfdld he give that he was in Columbia to secure his marriage license He got them how ever and the hapdy bride was Miss Lou Frankum a popular school teach er this runty whose home waste the Glenville country Notwithstanding the groom kept the happy event from our paper last week we extend to him and his bride our very best wishes Too many people go to church mere ly to hear a good sermon or fine music or to see people and be seen And when there is likelihood of an indiffer ent sermon or poor music or a storm prevails or other adventitious condi tions they stay away The church going habit is one to be cultivated the same as the habit of attending to ones business or daily duties regardless of weather or anything else Once ac quired the churchgoing habit goes quietly on molding character and ter nining destiny While the morals of Columbia are not considered yery bad yet in many respects they could be improved and the young ladles could be the means of bringing about that improve ment They should raise their stan dard and demand of their male friends who desire to show them attention the same purity of character that the boys demand of them If they would so resolute and then stick to the sen timent there would be less drinking and swearing and good results would follow Miss Mary Snow Patterson the little six year old daughter ot Mrs Belle Patterson Jamestown is quite a flor ist and devotes muck of her time at this season of the year to the cultivation of potrfiofvers Last week she sent a vary handsome box containing many varieties to the News office They were placed in water and pre served several days in remembrance of the brlghtlittle donor who has been our steadfast friend since she was old enough to talk There is a great deal of tobacco In Adair county and of the crops are of thq very beat quality Soiicl tors representing Louisville warehouses asking that shipments be made totbelrr respective firms have been in thecounty The newcropjbf Bur ley isbrlriglngEgood money and dark e iaooth tobaccos are also in demand We have listed with us some nice Iproyed lots adjoining the Male JVMMle High School Prices teason aIM Also twelvejnimprbvedloteba tfce JaessMowaroad IB Scott HofitgofMfy If yo5 wast a tot now ta fie Urn to bUrf rrI 1tr11 S 1c FRIENDSHIP Someonebas said that Friendship Is a golden knot tied by the angels hand Oh there ismuch in that one word Friendship It underlies the principles of all true society It is the foundation on which our government- Is built It is the nucleons around which the family circle is formed and it is the Instigator of all true court ship It is Friendship which causes two strong hearts to beat In unison and terminate In the greatest thing in the world Love It causes men and women to forsake othersand cleave to the ones they love It is that which causes the mails to be freighted with millions of little missives sent to friends in foreign lands It is the ten der chord which binds human hearts together at first it is thin and tender but like the giant oak it grows with each kind word or deed until the storms of life cannot overturn it It grows with each kind word or deed un til it gets above the sorrows and disap pointments of life When a person is on the road to hon or and fortune and the world smiles on him grandly it is then that he Is surrounded by would be friends who wish him Gods speed and profess to be good true friends But let that person be overtaken by adversity and the many would be friends soon for sake him and he is left alone to get out as best he can but a true friend will be a friend under all circumstances A friend in need is a friend in us be friend to everyone not only those wbo are Drosperlng and hap py but those who are in need of friends Let us say a kind word and do a kind deed whenever we have an opportunity be true to every one and friendship will not be a delusion or a mere name but it will be the principle which underlies all our lives which causes us to lido unto others as we would that oth ers should do unto us and we can make the world bright and cheerful by these kind acts- FrIendship blooms on earth and blossoms in HeavenSelectedC- OLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean 16 WashedWool 23 Beeswax 22 Feathers 40 Hides Green 5 Hides Dry- Gingeng 10 85C Spring Chickens 7 Old Hens 7 Eggs r 18 Dried Apples 31 This report will be submitted for revision weekly Rev John Worrell an able divine commenced a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church last Sunday fore noon at 11 oclock Sunday night the church was filled to its utmost capacity and a yery interesting discourse was delivered The meeting will continue throug the week services at 230 in the afternoon and at 7 in the evening All Christians of every name are most cordially invited to assist in the meet Ing Judging from the size of a beet and a radish sent to this office last week by Mrs Belle Patterson we conclude that the soil about Jamestown is some what adapted to vegetables The beet weighed fourteen pounds and the rad ish four pounds and fourteen ounces After the removal of these two speci mens and a half dozen others of like dimensions there was enough ground cleared for a large size onion patch Coffey Bros of this place sold their noted stallion Kentucky Squirrel to I J Thomas of Wakenda Mo Mr Thomas is fortunate in securing this great horse He has proven himself oneot the best breeders in this State His reputation as a show horse was made in the best rings and at the best fairs in Kentucky The only reason Coffey Bros sold this horse is they have two younger ones to take his place Mr A Y Ford of Louisville Presl dent of The Kentucky Exhibit Asso elation is very anxious that the enter prIsing citizens of Columbia perfect an organization for the purpose of raising funds to aid in a State exhibit at St Louis Worlds Fair 1904 One hun dred thousand dollars is to be raised in Kentucky and it is hoped that every county will give something PEEL YTON Wheat in this neighborhood is look Ing well Mr Jno Campbell is receiving his tall and winter goods He has the nicest stock ever Brought to Pellyton Give him a call and sec it you dont get bargains It Is rumored that Mr H F Coffey will open a store at nlntbe near future Mr payne ofLfnnie and Miss Ida Ells of this place eloped to Jeffer xmvllle and were married last week Mr Jas Kinnett and Mis Kitty Pendleton eloped to Tennessee one day last WHkandwerl9marrled Mr Chas Coffeys school will be out next Friday Everybody is well pleas ed with Mr Coffey as a teacher MteB HalieAbreli of Casey Creek ls visiting relatlvegat this place NT Jows Dought a yearUng mule from Joel Bleb for WO SheriL Milierwes hits Friday col leeidegtaxisYrOhiCyrpbeilad faiily will tHMrfttIJ pt u NN i NN NeN NN NNN NNN CORRECT lFALL CLOTHING FOR MAN OR BOYiThe very next time you re In like you to call and see usCome on FALL STYLES any wayIts free writing We want you to know what good Clothing Furnishings and Hats we sell and how cheap the Iprices are MENS SUITS 86ooto2500 Boys Burrs 9150 to750 HATS 60 to esoo 1 i 3rd Market Sts LOUISVILLE KY iNN91N N M4NN NeNNiNNNM GRADYVILLE Hogs are dying in this section with is looking well in this section Corn is selling for 200 a barrel Work is progressing nicely on our new store buildings J L Walker and J J Hunter were in Gieensburg Monday Misses Rosa pndMollIe Hunter visi ted Miss Bertha Hamilton at Nell Saturday night and Sunday J D Walker and wife visited Mrs W T Dohoney one day last week C W Sparks of Weed was here one day last week buying turkeys at 6c Thos Dowell made a business trip to Greensburg one day last week Miss Rosa Flowers of Bliss spent one day last week in our town N H Moss and family visited rela tives in Green county last week We had a good rain Saturday and grass looks as green as it did June 1 Miss Mary Todd was detained from school one day last week on account of sicknessW Fletcher bought last week of Cephus Keltner a valuable workhorse for Geo H Nell was in Green county last week buying cattle Messrs Holladay Young were here last week with two car loads of mules and horses enroute for the Southern on the telephone line from here to MJlltown is being pushed and it will be completed in a few days We are glad to note that Mr G T Flowers who has been confined with fever for several days is able to be put Mrs Oscar PIle of Columbia spent last week here with relatives Dr L C Nells residence will be ColumIblaCompany was here last week enroute for Keltner to adjust some damage done by fire 0 Mr Charlie Moss one of our best young men has been in a critical con dition for the past few days Mr Jacob Nelson of Greensburg was in our midst last week and bought a span of work muTes of Sam Baker for 3240 J E Stotts fa company with his daughter Mrs Moses Sparks was here last week enroute for Horse Cave where Mrs Sparks took the train for her home in Texas Messrs Geo Walford Geo Flowers and Dr 0 M Murrell attended the Masonic meeting Saturday night week W L Grady the well known stock man has one of the finest barns that was ever erected here TheMEC quarterly meeting at Cool Spring Thurday and Wednesday was well attended Rev Adkins preached interesting sermons Miss Sallie Diddle entertained quite a number of the young folks one night last week Prof GB Yates visited his broth er at Portland one night last week Mrs Joseph Viers desires to thank her many friends for their kindness during the illness of her deceased hus Florence tSberrill who has been confined with pneumonia fever is im provingJ Knight representing Dr Kings New Discovery Chicago Ill called upon merchants last week and had a fine trade The show in our city at the Audits rlum Friday night was goodas was expected and a much large attendance Everything passed off nicely- L C Hindman has had a new coat of paint put on his dwelling which makes it have a brand new appearance Married on the 17th Miss Bey Fogg to Mr Aaron Keltner Rev Jas De bord pronounced the ceremony May happiness and success attend the newly married couple all through life is the wish Of their many friends Rev Adkins filled his regular ap pointment here last Sunday with an Interesting sermon J W Casky representing a Cincin natfiulnber firm was here lastweek- He willprobably close a dealiwith Did die Grady for a large amount of lum ber V Mrs L M Wilmore one of the beat- woeseta in this vicinity flag been dan- geroUsly akkforthe past weekj Died cm tJeiStb with consuni Lion Mr Joseph Irirfe is his 68th year He iVy a member of the BapMit church and Was atrne Christian He leaves a wife aMHftral children with tthost ot NMrfvM Md tri who sBiiv tbfcw with nNHMOMV tlselrabtrH i by Rev W H C Sandidge at the Baptist church this city Misses Josle and Mollle Caldwell of Portland spent one or two days of last week with friends here Mr Jim Willie Walker of Greens burg one of the best liverymen of this State was with us a few days ago and informed us that business was first Dan Curd of Cave City one of the best dry goods salesmen that goes daylastMr Curd informed us that he was jus from Greensburg and that the busi ness men of that place have a large amount of money subscribed to build GradyvilleWeGreensburg let Itbe built KNOB LICK Mr Boger Vincent of HIsevllle and Miss Daisy Galloway of the Blue Spring neighborhood were man led tyesterday at the ressdence of Mr Dae Galloway father of the bride Mr Lee Ball a prosperous young farmer of this community was mar ried last Thursday to Miss Kate AnderS son of the Liberty neighborhood MrNunn procured llcencense today to wed Miss Addle Furgerson of Cross Plains s Miss Effie Pedigo of the HIseville neighborhood is visiting Mrs Willie Mills of this place The protracted meeting at Pleasant Valley which has been In progress for more than two weeks conducted by Revs Layman and Porter of the Cum berland Presbyterian church closed I last night with many conversions and a general awakening of the church Miss Do Cummins who was sick last week has about recovered Mr R H Barton is erecting a large tobacco barn with a view to handling tobacco in connection with his other Cora and Lula Crenshaw Lettie and Minnie Taylor and Messrs Harry Beard and Noel Cuensnaw attended church at HIseville last week Mr Jaguars and family of Hart county were visiting the family of Mr D G Cummins last week Mrs Irene Hill visited the family of Mr TT Hill last week W D Taylor who made a business trip to Chicago last week has returnod and has resumed business with B H Batten Co Dr Percy Murray of Edmonton was here on professional business last are still several cases of Diphtheria In this county with an occasional death The typhoid patients are all conva lescing excepting Tom Bradley who has been sick about two weeks Born to the wife of Mr Chas Leer on the 16th inst a daughter Mr Willie Payne representing Carter Dry Goods Co called on our merchants last week Mr Creed Haskins was here a few days ago Mr Haskins has been on the road a long time and has many friends in this section CoffeyBros Robertson sold 8 mules to Burdett of Lebanon for 811250 each two to Evan Keltner of Grady vllle for 212 50 They bought one pair of E W Hopewell for 824000 and a pair from Chas Browning for 822500 STOCK MARKET r LlReported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping S5 255 50 ight shipping 4 75525 Best butchers 42560 FaIr to good butchers 75409 ommpntomediumbtchr 3 C03 25 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 ftsV 6 l Fair to good packing 160 a0oTsito I600 Good to extra llghtUO to no kg r 600rD1n um LAYi GOld tbextra shipping ar t7s 91 Jato rood s 7- itldruwra 15 Itr 19t J1p- t NEGRO SIGHTS COMPARED The right to live is greater than the right to vote At least it ia everywhere except in Penn sylva nia and Illinois And we infer the exceptions from the press di patches we printed yesterday from those States In Pennsylvania a coal oom ny employed a corps of negro min r ers from the South to operate mine that had been abandoned striking white miners It does not matter why the white miners struck and refused to go back into the mines That is a matter be tween themselves and the operators The essential fact is that a large number of colored miners who were hired to dig coal have been menaced and pursued by mobs until the military forces the State have had to be called out to maintain the peace and protect the negro workmen with G ling guns and bayonets As a re suit they are to be discharged a sent away from the district at so deprived of the natural and American right to undertake ti work ready to their hands and enjoy the fruits of their honest labor And this happens in the great Republican State of Pennsylvania where the negro is so strenuously beloved and where the air reeks with denunciations of the South ern people for refusing to extend to the ignorant among them the privileges of the ballot In eyes of the Pennsylvania Repnb can every negro should cast ballot freely provided he cast for the Republican party Thou- ands e of negro voters in Philadelphia constitute the solid Black Watch of the boodle Republican machine that curses that city But when it comes to his right wbrk the Republican brethren a not so prognathous and phila thropic When he takes the job offered him in the coal mines he is threatened with murder and has to be guarded by the militia He He finds to his sorrow that Re publicanism in its broadest and most unblushing display In Illinois the negroes about Eldorado had their industrial school broken up were mobb nightly and yet are hundreds have fled the place to save their lives and have had to sacrifi their hard earned homes as farms The people of 111 h0sea consented to the Tanner outrag at Verdon and Pana are consenting to the daily assaults upon t rights and persons of the negro of Eldorado Governor Yates has ordered a company of State troo to be quartered in the town f the winter try and preserve order and keep the remaining negroes from slaughter And that is all blandly reported from the gre Republican State of Illinois Surely the negro will one these days get his eyes open to ti duplicity of the party that has so long ridden him for its profit These recurring incidents ot the unwelcomeuess of the negro in U northand of the termination that he shall not become a fact of its industrial system must eventually warn the leaders of the race that northern republicanism is a snare and a delusion to their hopes of finding better things north ofI Mason and Dixons line than son of it Here In the south no instanceI occurs of the necessity for the callC ing out of State troops to protect negroes who want to do hone workand earn a decent livin On the contrary opportunities to work are abundantly held out the negroes every day and the is not ono of them in the south asthe we write who can not have work wages and ample security for his industrial rights These strong contrasts between i r the treatmentof the negro in the Cion negro growing wise to the fact that we f j happierIright to work and live is guara xteed than where hs used solely asa tool by Republican IitlIciansAtlanta Constitution y Mr Johh K Judy a promine fA PPdeadJ z Misses pearl C ritberg an Maude Wiggintbn of Shelby cows ff ty werebadlT injured ina ri na Way accident V Elijah Bledioe ft 19DJwho claimed to be Iii yeari oW 1td J1ircQ rout IiNO RNic 1i tii 4 CURRENT TOPICS Gal vetton Texas hue begun worK on the great sea wall New York City has 150 ooe organ zr d wage workers The South Wales Miners Fedcratiuu bas a membership of 12oooo possa on Within the last five years 47654 stra adogs have been destroyed In London In one of the Philadelphia Sunday Schools pingpong will be played week ly hereafter At the time of the last census the e were 780000 foreigners in the German empire At the end of 54 years only 8000 of the 112000 American soldiers in the Mexican war are alive ofFormosa is a country where a man must have a license before he is allow ed to smoke opium atAMissouri judge has decided th StncourtdThe value of King Ed wards china Isesaid to exceed 2000000 Only five outbreaks of yellow fev in English ports are known tb have oc curred Inthe last century American exports to South Africa this year will reach a total of 833ooo ooo or double that of 1897 Of the 47332840 acres within Man fobs 6329ooo are taken up by lakes and 25000000 are cultivable n popliwashieitFifty theusand Christian post card designed a nd printed in London have been ordered for sale on tits con ttneatoLast year the two chief Bible socle ties In China sold no less than furnitureIt is estimated that the bees of the United States have produced during the season just closed 37oooooo worth of honey and wax Mexican labor is so scarce aitone cessltate sending the negroes from Jamaica The latter are guaranteed em ployment far a year Two hundred and fifty notice boards edare to be erected In the streets of Ed ibgburgh requesting citizens not to spit on the pavement therapeudlo g deep and quick breathing t escurtngssasickness bankheleaveBthere entirely two months every year JanuaryPorIn Great Britain there are 1906 trade unionists and but l6ooooo the United States and Cadada f about twice the population atHarlan Buckles was sentenced Iioffeof murdereof That night he was taken from the jail and hang ed by a mob in the courthouse Buckl1ee a was to hanged but torsame InFleming county last night while several boys building a fence across a road to playa trickon some companions theturning from church Walter Peck aged fifteen years was shot and killed Alvin Burgess has confessed to the shooting but says it was accidental He was fstor afekeepingg toThere are 207 trusts The total reamountt of capital stock issued by trusts scheduled is 5802 281 600 and of bonds outstanding 1169217251 making total cap italizatiopof Gfl724488b1s Bishop Comillna P Maes of tonwal reelected Secret ry of thefBoafd of Trustees of the Catholic University of America Married at Franklin John HardnThe groom is 74 TearsoI nd this is his fifth matrimonial Tentnre fucountntYi a MiSBflley Two years ago M6iieyy while serving ai town BiaMliar1 ftlierdAre you planning ortheObrist a Mai present It is nwiriBf jefire for these jntareJutoM o 11nci1 T Ml uK 0 T i L artieleiay be OIMJII fOM ciain uM A few sent 1ii ltrrr = t z DAZED FOR A MOMENT r Will yoajillow me to asks you i question interrupted a man i the audience Certainly irlaid the spell hinder You naye been giving us aloof figures about immigration in crease in wealth the growth of trusts and all that said themiin Ltslee what yon know about figures yourself How do you find t h j greatest common divisor Slowly and deliberately the orator took adrink of water Then he pointed his finger straight at the questioner Lightning flashed in his eyes and he re plied in a voice that made the gas jets quiver Advertise for it you ignore VThe sheered and yell ed and stamped and the wrecked questionata wreck FEAR OF HELL DROVE HIM CRAZY Mr Archer Harmon of Danville will be brought to this city today and erwill be placed in the Eastern Asylum located here He was yesterday adjudged insane by Judge Frewltt and ordered brought here The facts surrounding Mr Harmons Insanity are peculiar About five weeks ago he came to the conclusion after brooding over the welfare of his soul broughton by zeal ous preaching of his pastor that he 4was doomed to spend the hereafter in the depths of hell Theidea grew itsFrom worrying over the awful Yale that awaited him he began to brood and finally became a raving maniac There was no one living in the house with him He tore the sheets of his finally became so violent that he had to be locked up and even tied Ij was then when the family saw that there was no way of keeping him that the law was called in and he was adjudged idsane and ordered brought to this city Lexington Democrat POLITICAL NOTES Nevada elected a Democratic Gov ernorCongressman Cannon appears to SpeakervirLane the Democratic nominee for governor of California who was beaten utby 35oo votes charges fraud and will years ago California gave a Republican majority of 2oooo This onlyinorRhode Island Democrats elected Governor LieutenantGovernor one Congressman and thirtp six members the lower branch of the Legislature Considerable opposition has developed against Gov William JSooneof Missouri who it was thought would succeed United States SanatorVest The President removed Julian H BIngham as Revenue Collector in Ala- hams because he was Instrumental in excluding negroes from the recent convention in that State reOyster Bay President Roosevelts own voting place which was carried by Republicans two years ago by 512 majority went Democratic at the recent election by 131 majority TRIBUTE TO WOMAN Bob Burdette pays the following tribute to woman True she cannot sharpen a pencil outside of commercial circles she cant tie a package to look like anything save crooked see turns of shoes but land of miracles see what she can dp with a pin She cant walk so many miles around a pool table with nothing to drink but he can walk all night with a fretful baby She can rids boo miles without going Into the smoking car to get rest and fet away from the children She can endure thedlstlnct oR otthehoose fuB of children all 4ay while her hue hasAa wlthaadm with a sweetheart is hfeet andswan wl 111i Jwife is blessed more thai them iJ The truetees o f the Msalet of North Bend O have panedan ordinance raaking the carrying of rhoJUe tkrough the eteeh ab pail inbjeet io 5p fine witkovt- prmiege of jary trial MM N BBit Jor Ne1 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