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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tl 0YC = 11 ii 1 ct c HWADMRCOUNTY NEWSV2l1iN f r COLUMBIA AUAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DEOEMBER 9 1903 NUMBER 4 POST OF1IEDIREOTOBY J OSTMATER- IIiT iAxxp DUTY OSTASTER1- Iffico hours week days m to 830 pm COURT DLIt1 O Yl8 CiuonirCoDRT Three sessions a year Third t 3idaylnjanuarytdrdutundaytnSlayu third Monday In September Jircuit Judge Jones ommonwoalth sAttornuy NH W Aaron 8herl F W1IIner- U1rCildO1trs 1 JrtYf1 fJJonurrCooBT Kirai ilonyTn each moat Judge T AUhrrell- vouuty AttorneyJsaGuenettJr- rIancrJKPCouaver Asso8or W Unrton i rveyorR T McOaUree ctiool nptW Jones erUneCrG MynLLat1 u dayOouwrlaegrv larc urt second IJAtt rnuy Gordon Montgomry MEhl GTFlower8b t CilUKOH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Rev Clements pastor Services necund and fourth Bnndvi la each month SnnUityichool at Qm ereiy r1 tabbath Prayer meeting every Wedneida night MBTJIODIBT- tJURKIIVILLB81nRBTReT F EIbffis Pat tor Service lind3Snnilsy8 thbs6b month tuntfaynchubl very Sabbath at in Prayer lIiI1urd2f nl1dn BAPTIST Rev JP Scruggs- pyaOi First and third Sunday each month- S every SabbaUi am Prayer mertiag Tuesday night i OHBIBT1AN- Pin Eld K AzblU Patter Services Second and Fourth Sundays tn Rich month BundayacLooi every Bab Out m 930 am Prayer meeting Wedtieid r LODGES MASONIC No F and AMBegu lar sleeting In their hall over bank on Frl lay aighton or before the fall moon in each munch W Coffey W W D Jones Secretary R A No meets Friday night after full moon J HP W Secretary YETfflERI SURGEON Fistula Poll evll splints via any surgical work linn at fair priwKi amnxid re rike arf stark S rKKNHHAW Jit mil front Colon b a lft j pnliitci tt 0 NEAT t WITH OTTR COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS LouI5lVIJ Rttlfk SoienliHo Shoejng ot- lain rrtudyto do Black Smith tug fany kind from h rae thop ugt the repairingof the finest vehH leA I vrjll nfake specialty of hoeing horses with diseased trihoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barbee Robertson Give me our work r J W COFFEY lilmore Hotel w M WLLMOKE Prop Oradyvilje Kentucky TH ERE Is np better place to stop 1A than at the aboved named hotel ttGood ampleroomiand a flratrclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached O S GRADY I DENTIST oSPECIAL attention Liven to Gold Filling CrowiroBndje I work frOFFICE over FlUwH Murrells store Colurahta Ky FROM GREEN OOONT WHITEWOODKY NOV 25 19QB a l fEditor of theN wt forftBOme writing a letter or pub lication in The News as we rarely ever hear anything from this neckofthe wood since my old and time honored friend Joseph H Chandler of OampbelUville ttidtitw1thi pen uiia retied to rc tpnvuth llfn tJ spend the emain dr ti his daY under his own vinea and figtrue in peace with thu world and all the jest of mankind I did not set out to wit a bio graphical sketch ofmy old and nighly esteemed friHud or anyone else in particular as feho space to be4nllusted totnis letter would fur bid nay thing of that character but we can not forego this oppo tunity and the pleasure that it affords of giving a taw words Iii commendation of him which I think hso justly merits In the first place Mr Chandler- is a man of brilliant mind and gantIc intellect Ho is a natural horn I wont say politician but will raisn him a few notches and tan words more fitting and say that he IS a statesman both by nature and education far ahead of the majority of the great com mon htjrd of mankindiand had it notbeen for some inscrutable inexorable fate things over which to a certain extent nehad no con trol he might haytf ascended to the tbpinostironudsof the adder of political fame and the people his constituents might have shar ed in the benefits of hiBroounsel and influence In the halls ofVLeg islotion f either State or national Aside from His ttaturat gifts in things political he is blessed with that greatest of all the Chriatian graces chanty He is a man of big soul true heart wishing good for all his fellowmen As a Lews paper correspondent he has but Few equals and no superiors in this part of the country Everything that emanated from his pen was interesting witty and instruct ive and bore the brand of himI who knew his business Now 1 would say that my only regrdtts- that my pen is too feeble to d lull justice to the subject of this short sketch who as BtatHsman philiuithripiau andluewspaptir cor respondent Khould stand high in ti cstiumtion of all who ar fa v rd with lilt dcquaintaucK t1 hilt Ott thecUJj Ql Ol IIWH per c rr have =thor ittililud mgt of Girrat Whoc l rixjUjtjttea hill Arp lie wrote lor tbA At lat tti Contisotio nailother pa ll1ll lkttMtttl rtrthd u ihirlclI bltut of mind and tJ readywit aid humorist of the first ord tr HOw oftea when I w aid feel duspousient and out of sorts all brokeup with the blues j 0uld gjjt Qii gf Arps letters rjadnit all tnh gl omy feelniKS would tit dispHllhrt like a fcg fr rn thH rays of the Bnnfdo think the world ia much better off for haying such men In one way they are benefactors to their race The human mind is constructed that it needs a change Levity has its pla ait acts as a stimulant to both mind and body Yes Arp was a gifted man in his way and has left a vacuum that will be hard to ill But the melan cholly thought forces itself upon havingorossedover from which no traveler ever returns he is now exploring those untried regions that those on this side know nothing about Peace to his ashes I said in the outset that I had contemplated writing c this J tter for some time which is trueBut had a motive in deferriug the niatter pntil now My lasoh for doing was that I wantedto wait niatil af terthe election Although calo1latedbeing fully realized I thought thq time would be more propitious for the undertaking as my nerves would be more settled Bud my mind more calms and eer ne Well it snowed Be here last night Old mother earth is wrap pedfrom head tO fivit liher white mantle E url thing in naturt KOfUia to be wbaappd4inn a deathly tt f zr stillness which is oppressive Even the birds have failed to come out and chant their sweet songs iu natural melody The tinkling of the cow bell in the adjacent pas ture is heard no more The morn ingbreeze fails to rustle through the tree topsail quiet the great political battle has been fought l the smoke has cleared away an see victory perched away high on the banner of pure and undefil ed democracy Thank the Lord Yea the star of our hope as it shi athwart thrf great political hori zon is brighter aud seems to shine with greater effulgence than ever before No I btthoughtmysel I will seize fthls opportunity ta collect a few trough scattering thoughts bat of the great multi tude that come rushing through my mind Imight arrange them in condensed form as to uiake then presentable to the Nora Well according to Creed Wil spustVersion of thc ee the weather has something to do with the elections Nearly every body about Columbia knows Creed and everywhere else Creed says that whet the sun conies up pretty and bright the democrats are sure to win on that day His rule cer tainly held good the last election gooddaysfollow All honor to the true brave and patriotic men who bore the heat and burden of that day and all through the whole cam paign As Henry Watterson would say the boys in the trench es did the work They have placed the banner of democracy in the hands of our young Governor That banner which has inscribed on its folds in great letters of goldiLibertY and equal rights for all men but exclusive privil eges to none and judging the fu ture by the past we may indulge in the lull assurance that he will never betray the trust imposed upon him nor let the emblem of liberty trail in the dust Now in this connection what Lan we say or Should we say in regard to the ease of our poor nighted brethren who in a weak momout lot the tempter likeEve of 01d11eadth m tutu the camp ut- thetiuemyswhue eyes were blind nd by offering them the emoluments of cube Buuiethu gthe ma jority of thorn tailed to gut and like the prodigal th y were left to toed on the husks of oittofc republicanism Yes sold out lock Itt ft fan4 halts thpir political birthright gouu iir a ulnas of pot ag o und ii mighty small mess at that osa the least about it it has a Judass7sosrlotBtuydict Arnold flavor aboutiit If there over was a time in the whole historJrKO1rKyjttuuky for ul the lovers of good guvorumeut to stand firm and tu snow an un fliiichingjifidolity to principle it was certainly m the Jat State electron When we look buck u fow years aud see what a narrow es cape we made frmrevolution a general upheaval when the whole machinery ofour State govern ment was in the 1lIoudsuf that reckless crowd at Frankfort who gloated in human blood and prac ticed assassination for a pastime it should cause all true men to re double their exertions in order to prevent a repetition of such a doleful and dangerous state of af fairs in the future Respectfully tirIv AMDERBONi At Ottawa Ohio there has come to be an annual feast known atThe Crow Dinner Each year the Republican and Demo oratio leaders of Putman county make a bet on r sultb the losing side to give thQ wiuuera a dinner TJiis year the bet was on the State emngTBemck 100000 plurality the Republicans takiug the side reachtbj4fijlieyitig tfiat tbey huda lUch in betting against the proposition Bub the Dunnmrnka lust and th a row fniier mis served toth winning side i T V IN MEMORIUM Died of o inaumPtiiiat htrI late home Nvombr 27 1908 Bertha Ca lShe lire her dread iuy ltidi3 l btii3la i1 a r D JT 29 F journey of life lies along the dark valley of the shadow of death and there is no Pleas on its pilgrimage where its presence is not known Bertha left many streaming eyes and bleeding heartsfather mqther sisters brothers an friends Though it be Gods will not ours He giventh and he thde family she was generous lurningi hereton earth so you can be prepared to meet her on the other shore where the faithful meet to part no more enfjoying the rest prepared for the people OfVGod A FRIEND THE OTHER SIDE FrlCNds of tB late Judg George Price whi was killed on the struts of Edmonton jast week by R E Mc CJioditss say TUB TIMES arcouut of the killliii in to tar asit makes Judge Price the agressor floes him an lujus flee An eicwitDiiss bosh the quar relhuweu them in the court hous and the shooting on the streets gives us this staumeut In his speecb be furs the jar Judje Price said that if it had not been for the little McCann lesses there would never have been anything uf the fight between Carver and Ray At this McCandless inter rupted him and told Dim out to use his name again at the same time at tempting to strike Price with a chair Price turned to the Judge and said Judge will you have him put out or shall I shout hitnout Shoot youll never have a better time to do it replied McCandlehS at the same time putting his band behind him as hf to draw a weapon No I do not want tJ shoot you replied Price The Judge then f nd the Jamr to take McCandtaa out which he did McCandless walked down on the street and wasstandiugin front of the bdnk after the trial wbcu Judge Price came along Walking up to Price hei said You were going to shoot me out were you1J at the same time striking Price a bmw which turned him haIrI way round Both wen pulled tb IrI pistols and the shunting began ulrnos simultaneously Friends of Price chum McCandleas fired first and sayI t alas as an evidence of this Price waaht in rue hack Feei g over the Killing iu so bitter tin facs tire bard m get at and in order to do justice to both sides in the afiMr we publish the above which Was obratrlsd from a gentleman vho saw tre quarrel in the courthouse andI was within ten feet of the two men when hf Jnlling occurred Glasuow 1i mew KENTUCKY SCRIPTURE 3lan oorn In the mountains of Ken tuck r fc of ruts days and full of virus HefinhPth liddleth cusstth and thhtI than the days of his life He sfiunucth water as a mad dog and drlnkoth touch bad wnlsky Wen he dasiroth to raise h111t pianteth a neighbor an ho reaPith- twnnyfotd He nseth even from tht cradle to beak the Hualpof h is Irand sires onemy and brlngeth home in tits carcHss rbcamunitiou of his neighbors wife cumins uncles fdtherlu law who avnged the deed Yea verily his life is uncertain and lie knows not at what moment he may be jerked hence He uoeth forth on a journey half shot and comes back on a shutter shot He rlsetb in the night to let the cat outand it tiketh nine doctors three days to pick the buckshot out of him Ho goeth forth in joy and gladness and cometh back In scraps and frag meets A cyclone bloweth him Into the bosom of his neighbors wits and her husband bloweth him into Abrams bosom before he has time to explain hHH emptieth a demijohn into him elf and a shotgun into bis enemy and his enemy rtfton Beth in wait for hlui oh election day nnd lot the coroner ploweth up forty acre MId to bury the remains of that man 4iWoe woe is Kentucky for her eyes are red withbil whiskey and her soil 1s stained with blood of Innocnt moon shiners Kentucky oh Kuntucky how I love thy ciasslashadeswhereftt the fairy hfiiures of bright eyed Southern ma ids Where the birds are sweetly singing miff the flowers newly born where the Corn Is full of kernels and the Colonels lull of florin Tiger and Crescent a GENERAL NEWS The Czar of Russia has been ex communicated from the Greek Catho lic cnurch An attempt was made to assassinate ofdEngland John L Sullivans famous diamond belt has been sold at auction tor 82BOO The open air treatment for tuber culosis is said to have proved successful in New York- APhililpsburg N J woman gave birth to a child whichhad two perfect ly formed necks and heads The child rdid not live longtWhile trying to save his twoyear old sister whose clothes bad caught tire eightyearold Ernest Pettit was fatally burned at Ash vl1leN C Max Eeiraff a grocer of Oklahoma Lily OJjla shot and killed his eight year oa daughter fatally wounded nis wife and committed suicide The fl ig of the uew Republic of Panama is exactly square and divided into four parts The first upper square to the left is blue the first lower quire to thu Itfis white with a blue star in ils center the second upper square in white with a red star iu its center and the second lower square is red A T Anderson a Cincinnati prop erty owner attempted to eject a ten uis liitiiily by bhaitlLg and chopping ihrungh the hour and turning tit nose on the occupints of a lower Hit When he had wounded his ten ant a nub gathered and he was com pelled to hide out to avoid personal her mothers clothes Mary Ltuise Banquets of Baltimore aged 14 years eloped with Paul Albert Knight aged 19 and jut after the pair nail been married the girls father found them chased them several blocks and they took his daughter flume He says he intends to have the marriage annulled The young bride declares she loves Knight and says she will never consent to being separated from him Ou Friday Chicago detectives as listed by railroad men farmers and laborers captured Peter JSeidermeyer Harvey Yandineand Emil Doeskl near Liverpool led after an exciting chase Before being captured the three youngI outlaws killed T S Sovea a railroad brakeman fatally wounded Joseph Driscoll a detective ia the head and arm All three of the outlays wereI slightly wounded before they gave up the tight and surrendered They are wanted for a Series of murdeas and robberies They are said to have k1l1I ed eight men AtSedalia Mo last Sunday Frank Dutton shut aud killed Emil Meyers Iu August last Dutton daughter committed suicide leaving a note cbdrgtbg Emil Meyers withher betray al The father was not at home aDdI did out return until Saturday night Sunday morning he interviewed two women who knew of Meyers relations vita hit daughter went to the church ol the minister who preached her uasral sermon went home to dinner then walked to Meyers home called blur out aud told him he wanted to his ide of the story of the girls death Mej ens made a threat and Duntonslnt him three times The sympathy Is with Dunton TEWARDED WITH A PARDON Alexander Robertson a scion of the aristocratic Kentucky family of the same name was pardoned and releas ed from the Utah State prison last Monday as a reward for an ctor heroism which he performed during the recent outbreak at the pen in which two convicts escaped and two were killed Robertson was serving a fiveyear term for embezzling 60000 from the WellsFargo Bank When he was irrested for the crime he was a City Councilman talked of for Mayor and was spokesman in the Council of the city administration When the convicts it the prison attempted to escage last month Robertson was the prisoner who rang the alarm bell He risked his life to do this as three desperate convicts were ready to brain him when he touchnd the alarm button and owing to his bravery three condemned murderers who were ready to break for liberty were penned in their cells Robertson had three more years to serve but the Pardon Board unanimously decided to liberate him and Monday be loft ttie prison a free matt f r BOOK TRUST ARGUMENT The argument is now being advanc ed that the fight before the coming legislature simply a contest between rival book concerns and is a matter in which the general public is nowise interested and by which it can in no state of case be benefitted The ad vocates of a uniform school texthonk bill have beard this plea before It has been used in every state whero the book trust has been routed and is one of the principal stock in trade utterances of the school book trust gang Its utter falsity can be seen at a glance The inevitable outcome of the passage of a law such as the Chinn scho 0 book bill or tha Hlckmau bill is cheapnlDg of school books 25 to per cent all over the State There is not a school supply company in existence exerting itself or fighting other com panie for such results as this Any such application as law would be regarded wlth borrow by any well regulated trustand as organizations of thrift school book companies stand at the head of the class If the fight for cheaper and better school books and a system of state uniformity is merely a struggle be tween rival book trust it would be in teresting to know in the interest of what company Governor Goebel was acting when he declared in his opening speech of his campaign for governor iiI am in favor the passage of such a law as was contemplated by what is known as the Chinn school book law at the last session of the legislature That law provides for the fixing of a maximum of school books used by the children of the common schools of the state The maximum fixed in that law was 331 per cent less than the erage prices now charged under the domination of the book trust and yet it is 10 per cent higher than the erage maximum charged for the same books under a law similar to the Chin school book law now in force in Indiana Under the present state of affairs the book trust requires a written contract from every school book dealer that be will not sell a book even to the poorest child in this common wealth at less than the list price furnished by the trust He reduction of 331 per cent in the price of school books will make the saving of a dollar a year to each child it will amount to mere than halt a million dollars a year to the parents of the state The Chlnn school book bill was defeated by a sol id republican vote and by some democrats who deserted us in the Senate Iu favor of what company did Governor Gobel make this declaration What school book company was the democratic state convention of 1899 subsidized by when It adopted a straight clear cut declaration against the school book trust as a plank in its state platform What school book company con trolled the democrats of the legislature ot 1902 when they again atttmpted the passage of an anti school trust law and were again defeated by a solid re publican vote combined with a few book trust was behind Governor Beckkarn when he sent in his famous special message to the last legislature calling attention to the enormities of the book trust and urg fog the members of the legislature to do their duty What book trust is behind Governor Beckham and the democratic party now in their earnest call upon the coming legislature to redeem its para tys pledges and pass a school book law or the democratic party is lost What school book trust isbehind the parents and children of the state clamoring for tne enactment of a law that will save them from a halt million to a million dollars annually s Any assertion that the fight for a uniform text book law is a mere strug gle between book interest is a libel up onUs face an insult to every democrat in Kentucky and carries with It the Implication that from state con vention to legislature democracy has deliberately sold her children Its moth errand its fathers to the tender mer clesot the book trust God forbid that any political party hats sunk so low as thatl Glasgow Times A statement going the rounds the papers that Hon John G Carlisle who is private attorney of Plcrpout Morgan has made thirty million of dollars through investments since be connected hlmselt with tbe IreCtiDn filet T i JtWttr tbii oItlIat- btt i r B055ITT HOTEll 1JRailroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 09Newly and neatly furnished Cleat beds Special accommodations for commercial men Rates reasonable Trade of Adair and spectrallysoliciteda 4 M 75DSTONEJ I have an Excellent MAD triedInof Ibitescan cite ou to many of the asses Write or call an me CAMP KNOX K- YJULWORJ A TH w + C M WISEMAN SON JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stouts 0Special attention given to work and all orders of goods in our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd Opoalto Music Hill LQUISVEIiLE KENTUCKY E BIG FOUR is The Best Line to- INDIANAPOLIS PEORIA CHICAGO And all points in Indinana Michigan CLEVELAND BUFFALO NEW YORK BOSTON r And all Points East Information cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four Route No 259 4th or write to iIAve S J Gates Agt Passgr Departf ment Louisville fryJ3 S3i p J H STONEf- lr 1 AltornsyAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY o Will practice in the courts in this and ad joining counties 0 Special attention given collections t BELLS HOTEL Lebanon Ky r frank BeHFrwietoB t 0 This hotel is located opposite the L S N Depot and is a splendid place at which to stop Good meals excellent attention and the rates very reasona ble Trade ot Adair and adjoining ount ies solicited PEOPLEeO- FADAIR COUNTY Can save mone by j ailing a postal for the wlistedw r tPitchers Castorla17 rVrSBest Liniment 2fjY 7ll o Pairachamp i u iiso i uf Every hlbg it but tiMil DITYNALl PiH it Ldr1 f K 1kt1 t 1 a f r I i TIm ADAnf COUNTY NiSI r thlisheo Every Wednesday 7 BYrUE MairGountyNewsGo INCORPORATED CRAM 8 BAXUtXB Editor Demoaatcsewspapr detottfi to the Inter esis of the cltv of Columbia ana the people 0 Adulr ndadj cent counties r HnUred auheOolumbU Pottofflceaaaecoi bias mall mirr WEDNESDAY 91903r It is not our purpose to over draw or too flatteringly speak ol the possibilities and probabihtie of the future of Columbia and Adair county and if the following reaches beyond the limits warrant ed by present tendencies and as surances it may be charged to our inability to dwell in the shadow pt the dark side of the question and our fondness to bask in tbt sunlight of hope enterprise and progress in all the walks of life For fifteen years we have mad our home in this vicinity for fif teen yearn we have closely watch ed the m yementa of our town ano 1conttt aid it is the events of this period f which we desire to cat attention Those familiar wit t conditions then will remember that at that data there was not u neat business house in Columbia but one small hotel building witi none of the modern conveniences one cramped affair livery stable one auk doing business in il constructed appartmeuts one newspaper coming from an ola Washington hand press two higl Bchoo hacked only by the euerg of their prinoipals ohaugu nearly every year resulting in th deathof one aid the weakening the other and the general condi tion of many of the streets and alleys not inviting In the coun ty at that day the general appear ance of many farms and improves ments indicated indifference and the publio roads seemed to have received but little attention Standing on the highest piuacle overlooking our town and county of today we see that a grtla change has been wrought The picture similar to the patent wed icine ad of a wonderful discov ery showing tho d lT rHnei bft and uftr taking Today Colum bite is the best inland town in th State and Adair county the most progressive of any in Southern Kentucky Columbia of fifteen years ago is not the Columbia of today Large neat substantial Lick business houses have crowd ed out the old frames and follow ed in the destruction of the shacks by fire Two large hotels out brick the other frame give ac q commodationa equal to marry cxwui five times as large Tw livery stables well and thorough ly pquiped two schools on th flea emio order both endowed suf ficently 10 tide them ttrQugh the most adverse circumstances out being the M and F Hign School the other the LindseyWilsot Training Sohoolnow nearing completion two planing mills one large flsnriug milland uaw mill combined all her streets and alleys clean and graded her four churches in fine condition a uum ber of neat cottages and beautifu residences of modern style recent ly builded and plainly and truly speaking tha citizenship of our town was never better The busi 1 ness menJi wsryliHe strictly r rlioness and accommodating exact ing nothing but a meger profit The profesional men lawyers c physicians Hentists and ministers men of high character by breeding and practise and truly we doubt whether in the entire history of v the town have the professions been honored with ability or possess ed less mediocracy than at the menfso recently made in the cemetery Its present condition is commend able and marks the respect that Columbians have for their honored 5deadtheir body a rest beneath thplDluegrasa sod instead of the bramble briar and thorn In the ccunty the before aud after picture applies Our farmers keeping step 1 with the spirit of the times have made many improvements ithm f the last one and a half docades Neat and Bubstantional slat and 7 wire fehces have been crowding out the old rail fabrick8witb their accompamDg it undergrowth the fthicketB many f ahead have liar stappsiired andihe land put under 2 f cIA7 f y tnndorn methods of cultivation uauy good barns and cnuveniet wnlliu a hav pushed aside thp lihTii and loltpPIIRlThe public idfthavHbeeu remodel d in m y pHCtB and foul strong trot ridges span our streams at tat portant crossings If interested in the welfare of county or town look the field over and from the slow but steady advance take onurage quicken your pace and JT ua all go after greater improved ne more convenience and biter values for this s ctin WIth our reach urn firstclass pikes tore bridges and the electri railroad for our county Withiii he ability of our town are waterworks electric lights and the key that unlocks desirable transportation facilities of the most modern pattern Shall we have these hall we be content to do in fifteen ear that which should be done in welve months We believe the uture bright and laden with great ctivity for Columbia and vicinity The opportunity is ours and if seized will revitalize this entire section Columbia with her schools her desirable location her re sources and geographical position needs only railroad facilities to make her the most prosperous t awn in the state The survey a1 d location of that enterprise are being mad by a construction company willing to aid in our development The people of this own and county ought to realize the importance of such an under taking and come to the rescue Slowly but eurely our town is grow- Ing and improving in many re pects and in another decade a wonderful transportation may take place Hon John W Yerkes has called upon Dr Hunter and had a talk ovr the political affairs of Ken tucky Dr Hunter has called up on the President and on his re turn from the White House he aaid there was no authority for the statement that he was opposed to the nomination of Mr Roose velt Yerkes is a warm supporter of Roosevelt and after his chat with the Doctor the latter went straightway to see the President Edwards is going to contest and Hunter putting up his fence The members of the Kentucky delegation in Congress forwarded t nuiidbODif wedding present to heir colleague the Hon Ollie James It Isa silver punch bowl iud ladle The bowl is twelve in ches in height and fully twelve in hs in diameter On one side is he inscription liTo the Hon 01 ie M James from his Kentucky Colleagues in the Fiftyeighth Cou ijrHBs Then follow the names oi noth Senators and nine Democrat ic Representatives Another effort is now On foot to cure a pardon fnr Henry Clay iCiug a native u f Cumberland 5inuty Ky who has been in the Nashville penitentiary for quite a umber f years He killed a mat named Poison King has a num ber of relatives about Burksville and when a young man he taught ncnool in Columbia At the time of the killing he was a leading lawyer in Tennessee The wildest day ever seen on the New Orleans cotton market was last Thursday The govern meet estimate of 9962089 bales sent prices up from 90 to 92 points In New york there was a general rush to buy and fortunes were made and lost in a few minutes Last Wednesday Governor Beck ham issued his proclamation an Qonoiug the adoption of the Con stitution amendment voted on at the November election This is in accordance with section 266 ot the constitution the State The recent Chicago street rail way strike cost the company 250 000 in loss of fares and the strik ers more than 80030 in wages It cost the greatest sufferers of all the general public much more in personal and business injury It is said that Hon John G Carlisle has accumulated thirty million dollars practising law since he went out of Olevelands Cabi nent He has just been appointed arbitrator of claims against the republic of San Domingo As we go to press the inauguration of Gov Bebkhamis in prog teas at Frankfort There arc mans visitors itthQCital tRt r Ouster Grdiner the wh lpsalf murderer ot Hart tonuty has been romovedto BowliugGreen for safe keeping FOLLOW THE FLAG DAILY September 15th to Nov 80th Very low oneway colonists rates to California Washington Ore gon Montana British Columbia and intermediate points Very low round trip rate to Salt Lake and Ogden Sept 12th to 14th Denver and return October 5th to 8th San Francisco and Los Angeles Oct 8 to 17th Detroit October 16 to 19th For information regarding the above low rate excursions ask your local ticket agent or write the undersigned- F W Greene D P A- Wabash R R 2284th Ave Louisville Ky WBWt in2JusineSWe have started over three thousand boys in various parts of the country In a profitable business on their own account We want a boy to represent The Saturday Evening PostIn every town The work can be done after school hours and on Saturdays It is pleasant as well as profitable The maga zines are sold among neighbors and friends in offices stores as well as in homes No Money Required to Begin The first weeks supply is sent free These are sold at five cents a copy and provide the money to order the following week at wholesale prices ra EXTBA PHIZES 9juu wiube distributed ugggg tell or Our Furs booklet gives portraits of boyagentsThe Curtis Publishing 405ArcH Street- PHUadelpUa CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkan sls northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abund ante of fuel and soil that will often in a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as cheap as 3260 an acre prairie land at and 85 per acre up bottom land it 35 and 96 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 810 and 815 per acre up Some fine proposition for Colonies tracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at 84 to S10 per acre big money in this for a good organizer Fruit and truck lands in the famous peach and tomato felt of East Texas at 810 to 820 per acre up Write us for information bout cheap rates excursion dates al o literature descriptive of this great ountry and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more than tue rent you pay every year E w LABEAUH G p S T A Cotton Belt Route St LoulsMo 4 es M WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dsalers Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Special attention given to work and all orders of goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd- OpoelteMnsldHelI LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THOUSANDS SAVED BY OB DISCOVERYa posittvelycuresConsum Colds Bronchitis sthma Pneumonia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Soro Throat CoughEvery 5OoSITrial 1r fRfNK MGDONOGHI Kentucky Stove Tinware Co UKALER8 IN StovestRangesWood and Iron Mantel iCottiB vazaaceB and KettisT- lanrarc Graaltewarc and Store FittlagM 705 W Main St Louisville Kentucky IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST LOU 7FIBER PLASTER Ready for UPO ii All Seasons Not affected by frost or freezing weather rI lira t toJh the Beet plHBt ring Material on tl e market Indorsed by all nrrhitKJta Manufac tuid b- yKoiltiloky Wall Plaster Co Inca Brook and River Both Phones 2267 Louisville K- yX000000I I ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ctt THECOURIER JOURNAL iftiE 100 Per Year 5100 Per Year I i NEWS and COURIERJOURNAL e 4S s1SQPER YEAR e e Subscrtbe area keep posted on tbe current bappenings of the attbe flews Gtftce can i not be IUD tn neat job work 4 i 1iIrtlJjlfQl IIII IIIlla lrE trTvCLOUISVILLEfENTRILiY LOCATED Nos 524 526 and 528 We Market Street v r le CnrtU Rill v tMn Mtrugs Draperies Ptur 19IiiriajJl VIt1 qnnP htlll DooPsrt mHlt ill Walt Paper and Carpets 1phoMM 5691 THE NEVFTHOTELOSIERS HOTE- LSZATES s0o 1mZa aBY 523 WEST MARKET STREET Between Fifth and Sixth R H sevirr Prop LOUISVILB KY L L HUGHES 60 SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR ESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY GROCERIESo I Keep a Fresh and Complete Stock of Groceries Will Tell as Cheap as Any Man Country Produce Taken in Exchange for Goods Give M e a Part of Your Trade and Try My Values 60UTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE C A aoY 1 SCHWIETEBS Tailors 128 W Market St Opposite Music HalL LOUISVILLE KY 31 BOSLER BROTHERS IE JOBBERS OF Shoe Store Supplies Shoemaker Supplies Leather and Findings Harness and Laoe Leatherf bend for Catalogug 521 W Market Street LonsYille Kentnckj zt NEW LIVERY FIRM MASSIE CHEWNINQ COLUMBIA KY 0We have just purchased the livery stable frown the late firm of Staples Robertson Co We propose to accommodate the public with firstclass rigs furnishing safe drivers It will be our aim to please our patrons and your trade is solicited A CAR LOAD of Farm Wagons Just Received Hardware Farm Implements Farm Wagons Buggies and Harnes Saddles Bridles and Leather strop workaField Seeds a Specialty Come see us and price our goods Win F JEFFRIES SON 1 BLIOKENSDERFERnnnnPRICES Niagara No S- 5lJo7 meet Icutip t 3rtLHICHTs- Nis f ara No5 GibsfNo7 lbs idectrtc albs InnkBowlt tit to prefer nnnnnn IU Over 80000 nnnnnnnnnnnow IB use jHiltir send fir Catalogue QNrAIr 8 nr hitrd use n Mid in pn verrf ts the Bllcken derfer Type vr li ciiivd d 10 hf mue tot the QISf must efficient and most durable sriirnrd nach rirs niurk t rtunrdless of price It can be kept In pr tct tviiricini tiinditlin for as lone a time as any other machine built at one trntb the tart Moore Bros 1307 F St N Wt1 Washington D 0 OENERAL AGENTS tea Marylaid District of Columbia Virginia West YKittt Diewsrttcud Kentucky t WOOD SON LB1f W JA5 0 LEWIS l Uood50p lewis 9 Bro ARE j NOW RECEIVING Four carloads of Buggies Surreys t and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver J Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers h FERTILIZERTen car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newslwhen you write W1lGreensburg Kentucky NEAR THE FALL CITY BRAND HATS 0They Are Absolutely Reliable and the Correct Style THE AROllM HOTEL COLUMBIA KY JflTIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat and well ven Itilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently located and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial men M H MARCUMP 0d0400 ropr I l PERSONAL MENTION cr Mr Flnley Shuck of Lebanon is In town MM Stub Walker Svil was In town last week Mrs J H Judd returned toLeban SaturdayMr was in Columbia Monday and Tuesday Mr J D Sharp of AmanddVille was In town MODday Mr J D Sharp of Amandavllle was In town Mondyy Mr G W Coffey Montpelier was hera county court day Mr B L Campbell of Breeding was In Columbia Saturday Mr Sam Wheat Montpeller has been quite sick for several daps Mr Newton Wllcoxln father of Mrs W B Myers Is visiting in Columbia Mr J McScott one of the editors of the Spectotor Is spending a few weeks In Texas Mr L B Chelf one of the leading merchants of Knlfley was in town A McKay and wife return ed to their home in Campbellsville last week Mr Hiram Irwin of Creelsboro was in Columbia last Sunday enroute to LouisvilleMr A Mitchell arid nCharlf8 of Green county visited In Columbia last Sunday Mr A Loy was in town Monday and expressed great Joy over the recent election of the State ticket Mr D M Williams of Campbells vllle a wellknown bat salesman was in Columbia a few days ago Mr Abner Jones and Mr Lied of Jamestown visited Bolumbia lodge No 06 last Ertday night Misses Margaret Lmebur and Mary Triplet of CampbellbVille are VlbltI Ing Miss Minnie Trlplett Mr A A Huddlestim Burksviile panned through Columbia last 8tur thy ennmte tor toe Oasny nrout cHurLIDr J HGrfl WISH Pnrt liirr t Oiunny to wlrr us tile unmtnr of bli ueice a dHUtbter of Mr A A C B Pnyoe was out all last week la the intiresiof the school making what will prove vtry pro table trlpIMr J B Simmons of Breeding who has been dangerously sick la reported and of his recovery are entertainedIBon Geo Nell and wife left lastI week for Rot Spriniw Ark where tbey will remain several weeks Mr Nell being In delicate healtb Mr J Q Russell and wife have taken rooms at the Marcura Hotel for the winter Their appartm ns are tb two lat rooms on Greentiburg street first floor Mr M K Humphrev and Mr O P Bowman two of Libertys leading citi Zeus spent last week in the Olevet section bunting killing quite a number of birds Mr J B Montgomery representing the American Clothing Company spent several daysof list week visiting the merchants of Adair county meet ing with very rood success Mr G A Doboney is now a permi nent resident of Lebanon having re moved his family from Washington county last week Mr Pohoney Is engaged In the livery business Hon J F Montgomery and Mr Gor don Montgomery were in Jamestown last Wednesday During their absence Mr Gordon Montgomerys horse become lame and he had to be left Mr B E Newby who purchased Mr Gordon Montgomery residence this place has removed his family from Cumberland county Mr Montgomery Is occupying the residence on Greens burg srreet lately vacated by Mr L Hall Mr L W Gregory of EHzabofcbtown agent for the International Harvester Company was in Columbia Saturday making contracts with agents for the various machines The same gentle men will handle the machines as lust year LOCAL JOTTINGS It Is only sixteen days until Christ mas Ifyou wantJKne fine bronze turkeys see George Montgomery WArnCorn I will pay 8225 per barrel in niercbannice WL WALKER Dont tall to attend the meeting of tb stock holders in the News Satur day at one oclock Iron SALEA cooking stove sew ing machine two saddles one table and a few other articles See Allen Pile Upon the recommendation of Con gressman Dr Hunter Dr W B Grls Bom haM been appointed a member tf the Board oJ Examiners this place Dr GrlsRom will fill the place of Dr L 0 Nell who sent in nls resignation Two notable events occurred In Ken tucky yesterday J 0 w Beckham was inaugurated Governor of the State and Mr Jo Coffey Jr of this place wasmarrled Miss EllzabetLPatte son of Campbellsville t have a small farm for sale II J F Neat Now Is the time to purchase a n1 In Columbia and build next Spring 8125 will buy you heavy pair Kersey pants corduroy 8125 up W L WALKER Mr J M Turner sold a twy vear old mule to Mr B E Tandy for 8125 Call and see the fine display f Christmas goods at M Cravens Hntrhes Coffey sold their farm yi ng In th suburbs of Columbia las week to Mr Tom Hughes for SSnoo We understand that a Berlesof meeti lOllS will commence at the Methodlt church at an early date M Cravens has a fine display of goods sulrable for Christmas presents Cal and see tbem Mr E O Turner son of J M Tur ner bought from Finis Gundlll a farm containing 73 acres near Cane Valley for 8700 00 Call on Frank Sinclair for clothing overcoats furniture or anything kept In a general line stock of goods Mr J F TrIplett has shingles fron which he would like to be released He Is not asking the market price Rev J P Scruggs began a series o meetings at Grndy vllle last Sunrt night He will be assisted by B vs Saooidge and Mell e If you own stock in the News attend tne meeting Saturday A chance t dispose of your Interest exist Mr Field Vaughan who was a cttl ZTI of Green ooenty Is dead He a Bevujtytgbt years old and was blkbly rtsp cled citizen Attention is called to the advents ment of Mr C A Coy in anothei column Mr Coy has a neat line groctrlts and willing to sell oo ulo margin I hav a larg ot of samole und r rar f r and women YU Ia a tMivaiii W L WALKEH ViMU r lit MB1 Fannie Smy III tChiMti last Friday and who witursSd the lit ion say the pupils sbow ed rmdrkaole pmgresii 81350 will buy you a good sewing machine complete with all attach senSe at W L Walkers Mr A Bailee and S I Biair havi bought Mr W D Tartars show ut mo vug pictures and will be oo tb road in a few days Many valuable Impriivrmnbi will be made and trust tbey will be successful Hunters pravent my stock from net ling water in my fields therefore them to keep on my premises W F Neat The Royal Arch degree will be ferred on a team by Columbia Chapter No 7 next Friday night All Com panlons In gcod standing are request ed to be present Mr W B Mvera and Mr Talnjag Smith were made Master Masons las Friday night by Columbia Lodge N 96 There was a large attendance a number of brethren of other lodges being present 1 have just returned from marke bave a new stock of goods purchased fur cash Anything you want you c u buy at a low price Come and see me- W L WALLER Mr W n Gill is building a two story dwelling on his farm recently purchased from Mrs Kate Smith on the Stanford road Wnoever borrowed or stole my overcoat from the Hancock Hotel would do me a great favor in returning same S N Hancock The Green county grand jury ad journed last week after returning fifty indictments Fourteen were for tea liclous cutting and wounding The case of Geo At Edwards against the- LoulsvilleTlmea iras compromised tbe paper paying 8350 Any body who wants a wagon can get his desire satisfied by going into the basement of W F Jeffries lOis building wbere a car load was stored last week They bave all sizes but ery one painted red Mr Scott Todd bad on exhibition in Columbia last Monday a bald eagle nearly seven feet from tip t tip The eagle had heea in his neighborhood fur several days catching geese and other fowls and Mr Todd captured him by the sLeet trap rout Judge W W Jones is now at Liber ty holding his last court Adalr cir cuit court comes next tbe third Mi n day in January and will be presided over by J ridge H C Baker who entr upon a term of six years AT COST From this date until Christian we will sell our hats actually at cost This is your opportunity t get what you want a d save money Mrs 8sfl Bradshaw Miss EM Bradshaw NOTICE A meeting of the stock holders of the Adair County News Company will beheld in the News office Saturday at JLpm on December 12th Every ijriember requested to be present J ACCIDENTLY SHOT Last Saurday atujrnton Dr C S Grady a young dentist of this place accldently shot nlmself He was in the County court cierksoffleeand was examining a revolver He removed the cartridges from tbe chambers and snapped tbe weapon a few times to see if it worked alright He then replac ed ihe cartridges holdIng the pistol his hand and engaged in conversa Lion with several youug men who were present Untbougbtedly h e again snapped tbe weapon which tired the nail entering his left leg Just above me knee He was immediately con veved home where his father Dr J H Grady and Dr C M Russell removed tbe bullet which had lodged about three inches above tbe knee Tbe wound is painful but not of a serious nature At this writing tbe doctor Is getting along nicely but it will be several weeks before he will be able o look after his duties at his office fbis accident knocked Dr Grady out ofa very pleasant trip as he had been chosen by Mr Jo Coffey Jr as an ush er at his marriage which occurred at Campbellsville yesterday forenoon The Merrlmac correspondent of tbe Lebanon Enterprise has the following concerning the proposed electric rail road Occasionally we hear the Elec tric railroad discussed aud many of tbe knowing ones believe tbat it will he a reality in toe near future The development of this section of the country which would naturally follow tie building of a rairoad would be surprising not only to the builders and promotors of tbe road but the average native would open wide his eyes In unfeigned wonderment if surface indications are worth any thing Tbe proposed road If it leaves Taylor coun ty near enough to tbe Casey county line will go over vast beds cf iron ore and other minerals tbat may be in inexhaustable quantities W e Know of one tract of one hundred aces that may have enough wealth imbed ded In it to build a railroad from here to the Isthmus of Panama Tbe cameo ind larnet have been gathered in tbe ttle streams ibattrtverse this tracr slid who say what depelopment my bring fonb WDicb a railroad ould surely bring We heard some umber men discussing tbe question tely wbn said ir the road should be milt tjy the way or Eils Gap there ould be six million feet of lumber snipped fromtwu points near here in the next two or three years which would otherwise gi to tbe Cincinnati southern TROUBLE AT CAMPBELLSVILLE- Ou Wednesday he 2nd instJ in James Carrots gut simp Wiley Smith end Tbos Burge engaged in a quarrel over something ilia lisa out yet been explained The former drew a 44 cal lore pistol the latter ukulte Three snots were fired tweet which took ef fact on Burge one m the groin alias Itring the bone badly and one in tbe back Burge fell to the floor and Smith steped over the postrate body and fled in haste in the direct 3n t is borne two miles southeast of town hmith escaped lijury He was pursued by an officer and several citizens rut evaded arrest Ac this writing Barge is supposed to be dying He is an exConfederate Mildier drawing a pension aLuMives on rne pike near town is an unfortu nate affair There Is no other news of speIalim parlance this week HARRIEDitTTAMESTOJVH Lust Sunday morning MrP S Rowe and Miss Ethel Patterson of James town were married at the residence of Rev T J Winfrey Only a few friends witnessed the ceremony Immediate ly after the rites were solemedized the couple left for Somerset Our Information is that they will either reside at Cincinnati or Burnside The bride is tbe eldest daughter of Mrs Belle Patterson and is an accomplished young woman Tile groom has been traveling for several years and is quite popuiar upon the road We trust that this union will prove a blessing to the contracting parties und that tbey may live long and prosper as the years come and go Mr A D Holiaday has changed his address He is nov connected with the Ashworth Hotel 320 Mason street San Francisco Cal In writing to us be says the most conspicuous adver tlsenient in San Francisco read Jo Smiths best Bourdon wblskv Colum bia Ky n He further adds that I was surprised to learn tbat Columbia was doing such an extensive wholesale eXldefknows eatS the shipment Old Santa Claus Is getting ready to visit all thechlldren Columbia He is having a new buggy and new harness made and on the niuht of the 24th his reindeers will be bedecked with bells buggy loaded with presents and while the children are sweetly sleeping he will visit every house in town leaving candles toys dolls etc Santa is awfully nice and henever forgets the little bovs arid girls Mr ALiwson financial agent for the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley wae In Columbia Monday in the intsrest of that worthy institution We do not knovtrbow successful his mission was but such institution de serves a liberal contribution of those who areable to give Any person de siring to aid tho above mentioned cause give to Dr J U Grady of this cltywhq will forward the same to Mr i ii 4 t fumE flLTflR Campbellsville and Columbia Form an Alliance Miss Lizzie Patteson Daughter ot Judge and Mrs Charles Patteson Becomes the Bride ot Jo Cottey Jr fl POPUtflR One of the prettiest weddings ot the season occurred at the Presbyterian Church Campbellsville Ky yester day forenoon at 9 oclock when Miss Elizabeth Patteson an accomplished daugnter of J udge and Mrs Chas Pat teson became the bride of Mr Jo Coffey Jrhe youngest son ot Mr and MrsJoCutreyoftblsplace Bev B M Shlve the pastr ot tbe bride In a beautiful and Impressive ceremony solemnized the rites in tbe presence of a crowded audience of relatives and interior of the church was nev er more beautiful the friends of the bride having artistically decorat d It with palms and flowers everything being so perfectly arranged as to meet the approval of the closest critic On Monday afternoon a reception held atithe home of the bride In honor of tbe guests Mr John N Turner Jr sang The Past and Future The bridal party reached the church promptly at 9 oclock and while Mrs W M Jackson played the wedding march assisted by Mrs H IV Turner with violin the bride andgroom meet log at the altar where the solemn and Impressive vows were taken Tbeat tendants were Mr J E Scruggs and Miss Ruth Williams Mr Paul Smythe and Miss Nell Sanders Mr Frank Hill and Miss Lena Patteson Dr C C Patteson and MIss Ona Walling The ushers were C I Coakley and Mr S L Gowdy The bride carried white chrysanthe mums and the bridesmaid piik The bride was beautifully dressed and the groom wore conventional black Immediately after the solemn vows were taken the party left for Colujm bia arriving at 12 m where a recep thin was given by the parantiS of tbo groom They received many valuable and useful presents which attest the popu larity their happy dispositions wi jut ly entitle them The people of this town extend congratulations to the groom and a hearty welcome to the bride Prosperity joy and along life of happiness be theirs We are lonormed that the M and F High School ihKKity Is progressing nicely under the management of Rev W C Clement having about thirty in regular attendance This school is au old institution wellknown throughout this partof the State From it many well educated men have gone out to battle with tbe problems of life and In nearly every profession and callinirj bave attained distinction Today it is still doing good workand Its future bids fair to outdo any of its recent former acelevments Mr Clements highly educated a hard worker and possesses the charming characteristics tbat win patrons His assistants Mrs Shelton and Miss Baker are teachers of experience whose untiring work In tbe school room is highly appreciated Thekoutlook fur the com log session is gratifying to all inter ested parties and there is evidence to believe that tbe enrollment by January loth will be 100 or more With the M F High School and tbe Linlsey Wilson Training School both full of students we ex pect Columbia to be the liveliest town in Southern Kentucky Both institu tions expect good attendance and we trust that it will be even so Cards are out announcing tbe mar riageof Miss Utile A McCaffree to Mr Millard V Collins on December 23rd at the home of tbe brides parents Mr and Mrs B T McCaffree Mr Collins is a young man of excellent standing thoroughly industrious and a progressive farmer Miss McCaffreo Is an accomplished young lady possess lug the noble charms that make life bappv and in the marriage of this young couple we bespeak prosperity for them Our good wishes are theirs Invitations are out for the marriage of Mr Enben Salmons and Miss Maria Browning which will take place at tbe home of the brides mother Thursday the 24th Inst Both toe in tended groom and bride are highly respected and very popular in the Bliss neighborhood where tbey botb reside The News extends its best wishes in advance of tbe happy event Quite a number of persons in this county are interested in the culture or ginseng and the business grows larger each year In the Cape Yalley section hundreds of dollars have been realized from tbe growth ot this product In other portions of the county farmers having taken up the Industry and ere long it will be of such commercial pro- portIons as to interest tjeajers from a dlstapcei pngreRcman1rom duced a bill in the House to leinburse the Baptist Church at this place fur tbe use of their building by Federal troops during the civil war It is our understanding that the church waR giatIydamaged somlnitIntheirIn the art of window dressing our mer chants and their accomplished clerks occupy a front rant Just gaze Jnto our shop windiwsand iaeIf e moot telling tb truth r ic5 Y ir 1 1 tbaveof the recklessness of hunters A few days ago a fine cow ot Mr W t F Neat came up wounded shot in one other ears This week Mr Neat publishes a notice forbidding hunting upon nls farm If tbe merchants of Columbia are nut doing a paying brsiness it Is not for the lack of cnstomers For weeks tbe stores have been crowded with shoppers and if reasonable profits have not been realized the merchants have their goods marked tOo low HILLLINERY REDUCED As the season is far advanced I will sell my millinery at greatly reduced prices If you want a bargain come at once RespectfullyMiss BIRDIE POWELL Miss Fannie Smytbe closed her school in East Columbia last Friday afternoon Miss Smythe is an excellent teacher and during tbe term her pupils were rapidly anvanced She was very much liked by all the pupils and at the close of tbe term each one was remembered FOR SALE CHEAP One ten horse power stationery en glue Persons wanting machinery of any kind will consult their interest by first applying to the undersigned I bave facilities for procuring machloery at tbe lowest prices obtainable Jos H Chandler Campbellsville Ky Last Monday was county court tbe last one for the year 1903 A large crowd was in town and business of all classes was fairly good The mer chants had a fine run a number of mules and horses changed hands and Master Commissioner L B Hurt dis posed of several tracts of land by or der of court In a difficulty between Jim Cheat bam and Elmer Willis both colored Cheatham shot and It is thought fatally wouuded Willis Chtatbam came to town immediately and gave himself up to the autbinties and was placed in jail Cbcatbaui is an indus trious darkey and this as we under stand is his first trouble Willis has seen trouble on otbt occasions The note subscriptions to the Llnd sey Wilson Training School have dying the absence of N M Tult Tree beece turned over to Js Garnett Jr who will receive the balance due fruit those who have subscribed These notes are due and shots Id be paid naIl ind pay what you o ie Mr Gar net a t once J 11 Hindman Co Guarantors NOTICE I villl frock this date until January 1st 1004 4it the office of G arnett i Gairnest la Columbia Ky receive and hear proof on claims against the ettate ot W H Hudson decd All persons fedebted to tbe estate of WH Hudson deceased will call and settle their Indebtedness With me Nov 32 1003 H MARY CnUDSON Admrt ofW H Hudson PREACHING NEXR SUNDAY ZT Williams DunjiYille A H Baugh Bifa J F Roach Harrods Fork T W Montgomery ilcCormack J Q Montgomery Bradfordsville JF Barger Christian Chapel F E Lewis lit Carmel A L Mell Gradyville T J Campbell Concord- G Mayfield Freedom J L Adklns Russell Springs WT Short Cane Valley J B Debord Foundation W K Azblll Columbia froJF Watkttis Bruices Chapel fW C Clemens Columbia VV 7 4 GRAmVJLLE C OMoss spent a day or so LoulsvJ1le last week Dr L 0 Nell was called to the badslde of Bobt BoweS child Tat Sparksville last Thursday IV N H Moss was loikjng aLter Jbu oess at Keltner last Friday m aMrwas shaking hands with our merchants last Thursday Quite a number of people attended court at Greensburg last Thursday Prof J W Flowers ot tie tQuthrern part of tbcItatespqnta few days of ASV CQkwltlius l fss Mary Todd was on tbe sick listoa fw days ot last week and was deytalttd from the sohooUrodm Dr A Taylo was called to the bedsld of Jfl Caldwell Portland lust Yfidnesday who has been confin fiedDr 3dn G radj of Colrmbla passed through i re last Monday enroute for Park go HHU to his brother Allttje JJy of Mr and Mrs Chas ESeXtil don the3rdwlt conjestloa- pc ftLcIrg nelJ e t t JiII22IQU 55Il t iWMrs lIen GrHr dllMiss Susanyyer thcguests oL Mr3w W M WIIBibre Several days of last week Mr JHs Smith tf this place anti Dr Durham of Caiapbellsvllle letS herelast SVedneuay or Cumberland county tobuy8car16d of mules for the IdII wiarkav fjtl P v Mr Will Hill and J Bodgars com merclal men of Louisville were here one day last week Mr H C Walker has just completed his oddition to his dwelling which adds greatly its convenience Mr and Mrs J W Walker will move to their new home In a few days Mr Walker has made a great many impro foments on his property In tbe last month Mr J R Yites las transacting business at Portland last Saturday Mrs Jo Hunter has been on the sick list for several days J T Hamilton of Nell passed through here last Wednesday enroute for Columbia Prof G B Yates is billed to teach school for us this winter The Prof Is one of our best teachers Remember we are going to have a Christmas tree Be sure to come antI put on a nice present for your friend Messrs Willie Bradshaw and Dick Tandy of Bliss were here last wtek looking after cattle Prof J H Nells school closed a Big Creek last Friday The exer cises were good and the community Is well pleased with his teaching Messrs Yates Walker this place are now prepared to take orders for tombstones The shop Is located ai at this place Quite a number of our people attend ed court at Columbia last Monday Rev S G Shelley was here one day last week enroute for Summer Shad to attend the quarterly meeting Sat urdayand Sunday Dr S A Taylor was transacting business in Columbia last Thursday Mr Thos Kemp of Keltner one of the oldest citizens in this part of the country was with us last Friday and informed us that his health was good Mrs P A Moss who has beeu con fined to her room for several weeks witlxa complication of distrusts is im proving The protracted meeting at thl plac conducted by Revs Sandldgtj Mell and Scruggs is progressing nleely Our Baptlstbrethren bave just coa nered a new yard fence around they LMrtrader of Red Lick wEs here lets Thursday I Mr JL Walker and Bey Conoveij of nigbtii our little citytKELTNER t Several young people of this place attended the basket singing at Beech j Hill last Sunday D B Dowel of Mel is buying u all the burley tobacco of this section ot thecountry paying from 5 to pei lIt VP T G Coffey bought a saw milt Jsoonon hlsplace A W Clark hnuuht a farm from A G Rodgers forSoOOOO The public school at this place taught by Rub Doboney closed last Thursday with an Interesting occas ion The people were entertained in the forenoonby recltatlonsand in the afternoon with Interessing talks by G A Keltner and others This is the second term Robt has taught ia bis home district in succession His sue cess and method of teaching cannot be questioned He has given general satisfaction and the people at large want him again Robt Dohonev and brother attend ed the entertainment at Exle Friday night DVNNVILLE C B Kinnett had his hand almost torn ofi by getting it caught betwi en the wheel and holster of a log wagon while he and his son were hauling logs last Thursday Several from this place attended tbe funeral of Mrs J C Williams last Battle wasat this place last week on business Mr Cabbellrt school at Luttrel creek closed last Friday Tbe people re well pleased with his method eaching Wllse Austin who ban been confined to his bed with typhoid fever for two months Is improving The Modern Woodmen organized amp at this place last week with J W W Garrison venerable CJQSU byldears at this place blgltogslasfz cauRbttirestroyed but was saved by B S IVjctor and others VETEK Mr Frank Shepherd is buying fur gain for his old firm h ilr J M Cur yrjne of Qur oldoti and best tiensisin very fee rth health Mn DruryMobre a very pnergctld workman has about comblekdnietc- deltlng for Mr J Mg1JUt i Last Thursday clored Bnbof jthii most successful and satisfactory te jns of school sifftfe the tifdBn nisi tIle eidrfoiks Wf gttflt ftiSi6 uf ttw i 5 good will of all and tee bcbool in hers so long as she desires It to be The young folks had a very enjoyable social at N B ChapmaDs Saturday selling for 223 per barrel Jessee Bryant was at CotnpbellsvilIo- the first of the week Revs Grider and Mayfield will begin a pr tracted meeting at Concord next Saturday night GLENSFORK Rev Jas Daboard is conducting a series of meetings at this place Tom Collins who has been at Car mIlton Mo for the past year return ed borne a few days ago F A Strange closed his term Of school at Mt Zion a few days ago This is his second school ot that place and the report that his work is giving satisfaction is attested by the fact teat he is urgently requested to con duct the same school next year Uncle Anderson Morgan reached his 74th mile stone on the 27th ult and as atoken of their love and esteem for their aged relative and friend his children and neighbors prepared for him an elegant dinner which was highly enjoyed by11 present Messrs Kelsey Dros s Strange are handling our poultry and eggs this season The boys pay good prices x cccxCocccCoococO s BIG FOUR The Boat Lino to- INDIANAPOLISi PEORIAS And all points CHICAGO in Indinana Michigan BUFFALO CLEVELANDi I NEWYORK BOSTONIAnd all Points East Information cheerfully fur nished ou application at City Ticket Office Big Four R uto No 2594th iAv Ant or writtoIinput Louisville Ky- xoDDDcACoL J H PEOPLE ot S KD 7C IR COU N TV Can save money by mailing a postal for the goods listed below Pitchers Cast6riau 17c Peruna Swamp Root67cBest Liniment 25c 15c Parac lamp llic ul Everything at cut rates CITY HALL PHARMACY Louisvtii Kentucky 7VVVDST2NBCS nave an Excellent- SToNlswhichhasbeentrled MAD casesIbites wltb good results I cancite ou to many of the yaua Writeor callonine OAMV KNOX KY v UA UL WORTH LIVE STO K MARKET LiveStockYards CATTLE 25c45oiiigbtshipping jfPairCommon to medium btchr 3 253 00 HO08 Choice packing and butch 40Fairto 200B s 440 Good to extra light 120 to 160 fim 440 SHEEP AND ItiUBS good to extra shipping U Sbee 25Q3 75 Fair to goon 2 O2bD Common to medium 1 752Co COLUMBIA MABKET REPORTED BY SAiULEyiS Wool Grease clean i tWaHhed Wooli 2ff Beeswax Feathers J 4 Hidoa Gftnm it 5t Rides DryO i41 O at UG1ngiing 6f tUU 8 ring Ohickeno ir4rtOl- dflbna itc Esam aV l 1- SlieAppb5 t i t x Thtabpot ni1M guifg- 1fb1nnwtr3 t i JLRRTBD AFTER YRHS Ana AJKof hrtYli XJTi a u jy Uib c o luU Cumberland county that would in all probability y bare forever remained a secret had 1tInot been for the busy politician Tweet eight years ago WittBrake was sentenced in the Clay County Court at Sellaa Tenn to a term of 11Een years In the penitentiary for criminal assault Six months later be mace his escape and went to the State of Missouri Later be was recaptured and again he escaped He went to Indiana and married His wife died and be came to Kentucky Eleven years ago he located near Marrowbone Cumberland county where be married sue In and has lived ever since his neighbors never suspecting that be j was an escaped convict The place here he decided to stay the remain der of his days is not over fifteen miles from the Tennessee line nor over twenty five miles from the scene of his crime It somehow leaked out that Brake had served a term In the penitentiary al Nashville and In order to see if he has ever been restored to citizenship Dr Young of Watervlew three miles Brakes home wrote toNashville reference to the record disclosed the ffr thatBrake wasan escaped convict once J C Burnett who was sheriff Clay county at the time Brake vas sentenced came up from Nashville by the way of Celina and arrested Brake who was engaged In killing hORS a the time of his arrest Brake agreed to accompany the of ficer without any trouble and went r t house and told his wife of his predicament Upon learning that she I was the wife of an escaped convict she fall ted Brake will be returned to the penitentiary IXOII TEXAS tUtUS TX ABNovmmJn19l903 Editor Adalr County News Thinking that a few lines from the Lone Star State would be of interest t to our friends in the grand old State Kentucky we will endeavor to give a few items regarding this section We are located In Dalits the leadin commercial city of Texas situated at the head of navigation on the Trini ty river This city la famous for Its great number of tine cbnrches and hokaaie impllment houses It being rthe second largest distributing point ftfor agricultural impliments in tb United States Our friends Messrs Ollie McCalIre and Will May two of Kentucky mow noble young men accompanied b Messrs Porter aud Griffin two young men of DdlllR started last Monday foi California via pjkes Peak and will visit several other points of interestr route to Los Angeles Werent ted vr much tosee tbemdr a it wh much sadness itvu hfjr tb iii goodby but wis tin every uaplJlncss and prosptrlr their new locution Stopping at our howe are also two T XKentucky gentlemen Out R lit Ara old of Hophinsvllle and nls brother Mr I H Arnold who add much to the gaiety of our household Thanking our editor in advance for bli kindness and with the best wish es we are X The report of the Fourth Atolstar1 Pi froa ter General Brlsto on U Bcad 6 toe Postoffice Depuri im has oeen Kiven to the public r wenrarranged of the l t It log bar the manner In wool iaIou awtnd ers were practiced T b branch of the public servicu baa hllro- ed an unusually rich field for the u uii deref and it baa been worked to ib t limit Toe stealing has been g tug during the three succe Hivo ire ldt1J tial Hdmluistrations The report at h taiiNaUeugtntneoperatlonsofTpnur t Bearer and Macbeo Bad declare that ruliiDf of dollars have btn waited through a avstemuf orgmuz Dornlpuou that began In lh loss u tne government says Mr Bris r tow cannot be estimated with any dt grtc of accuracyt but the amount ceived by the perpetrator of tbtI frauds will aggregate from S300 000 to W00000 The rtpo severely critlcis es the conduct of Perry 8 Heath dur- Ing ills term as First Assistant Post miler General Heath Is Secretary of thoJEfeUouul Republican Committee andJa still high in the confidence or thv Republican party The whellt x toy as told ID the report Isa start ling revelation of gigantic corruption on the part of high officials of the government ea Andrew Belchartj a prominent and wealthy tobacco man of Henderson asfoxnd guilty in t t1e Federal co urti Mjr I TagiiiBf obiceBt totters to Mm 1BoIperurda 1aa ofOoti Gnat niey ewaoflned160- 0f iChbe paid V r SHOWED HOW IT WAS DONE R C Morgan of Lexington brother It Gen John Morgan the famous Confederate raider called upon Gov Nash at Columbus Of Monday and later visited the Ohio penitentiary wherein 1863 he was confined as a prisoner of war During his visit to the prison he it rest the reports that the party who escaped owthenightof November 27 1873 had bribed their way out He went to the cell bloek and explained how the escape was made Mrs Arabella Elliott of Kokomo Ind has testlfilld in court that for two Tears of her married life her husband Henry H Elliott insisted that they should live on beans They had beans for breakfast beans for dinner and beans for supper It was beans beans beans until sha heard the rattling of beans in the flapping of the vines against the corner of the dear little cottage she had beans in her dreams and in her waking fancies all the world became a pod and all the men and women in it were merely beans Fi nally she got Mr Elliott to change off to potatoesjbut he pined for beans and fearing that he would insist on return ing to them she sued for divorce Charles Pettlt of Stanton a brake man on the Lexington t Eastern rail road who was killed in a wreck last week was to have been married to Miss Cora Ewen second daughter of exiletand all preparatlonts had been made for the wedding during the holidays The wedding suit bf Pettit was used as a burial robe Miss Ewen with pth er members of her family attended the funeral Col James Smith who farms in a extensive way in Crawford county Mo has erected a monument to him self in a local cemetery and thereby has in some mysterious way roused the Indignation of his neighbors perhaps because be is still a hale and hearty citizen A mob partially demolished marf30 the e colonel offered 9500 reward foe infor partiesgeffigy and now they offer 1000 to anyone who will tell who attended the bonfire By the collision of a freight train with a work train on the Big Fan railroad near Tremont twenty miles from Peoria thirty one men were killed and fifteen or more injured Flip men killed were all members of a Action crew and had been engaged In tiloadlng stael rails The freight train crew is said to bave disobeyed rders Gov Peabody of Colorado denies n it be has beard of any plot to blow p he Stauh1 use He says he hac Ivd many nnonjmous letters hut be have coutaiued no threats of that nature Burglars entered the store of Henry Yunker of Mt Fernon Ind and not only blew open the safe but partially wrecked the building Several hun dred dollars in cash and valuables were raken Robert J Hale a Washington prin ter killed himself and his wife when rip learned that relations with a girl vn cfct from the uVo s nf an pra had btf duc v red FOLLOW THE VLAQ DAILY ilumt September 15th to Nov BOth Very low oneway colonists rates tn California Washington Ore g n Montana British Columbia and intermediate points V ry low ronnd trip rajin to Salt Lake and Ogden Sept 12th to 14th Denver and return October 5th to 8th San Francisco and Los Angeles Oct 8 to 17th Detroit October 16 to 19th For information regarding the above sow rate excursions ask your local ticket agent or write toe undersigned F W Greene D P A- Wabash R R 2284th Ave Louisville Ky The steamer Discovery bound from Alaska to Seattle Is reported to have been lost with all on board Dr W C Roberts President of Centre College Danville died on Frl damaged 71 years Hick Horlne blacksmith of Wln= cheater t died In Lexington Sunday sooAfter reaching that place Head be a drinking heatlly X The removal of two bodies from the cemetery at Hannibal N Yrevealed the tact that both bodies had been petrified It is believed all the bodies In the graveyard have gone through like process There is great excitement over the new gold field in Apache canyon In the Cebolla mountains east of Hillsboro N M News first came in less than a week ago a nd now 600 persons are on the ground At Louisville William Bullit color ed was given seven years in the peni tentiary on a charge of attempting to criminally assault Miss Myers Eleven members of the Louisville Fire Department were dismissed from the service in consequence of the in Destination following the looting at the Masonic Temple fire William Wyman capitalist and phi lanthropist died at his home in Balti more He started the movement for a new home for the John Hopkins Uni versity Caleb Powers and Jim Howard were given a treat in the Louisville jail on Thanksgiving day by a traveling show company There were entertained vaudeville stunts and specialltirs an loudly applauded the performance CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and eseThe country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkan six Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cbeap building material abund otternin a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as cheap as 8250 an acre prairie land at 84 and 85 per acre up bottom land at 85 and S6 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at S10 and 815 per acre up Some fine propositions for acresIfor a good organizer Fruit and trot lands in the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 810 to 820 per acre up Write us for Informal about cheap rates excursion dates ai so literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more that the rent you pay every year E w LABEAUM G P T A Cotton Belt Route- St LouisMo A Covington family had a narrow escape from death acarload of falling on their house from a trestle THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY positivelyColds Bronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 50clTrial bottle free Charles Morris aged 88 years who died in Greenup county last week boasted that he had never cast a vote ill usinessWe have started over three thousand countryinaccount We want a boy to represent The Saturday Evening PostIn every town The work can be done after school hours and on Saturdays It is pleasant as well as profitable The maga fdefins to BegitL The first weeks supply Is sent free ese provIdethewholesale prices 22500 IN EXTRA CASs PMZIS borerhoelsomegents ua their methods Tie CtatlePabHehiog 1 Sheep 4tlJU The Constitutional amendment won in the recent electio bY a majority of 20000 the vote InLouisvllie being almost overwhelmingly for it The yellow foyer has iufciided at Laredo Tex r IATT ERCOI1 I HOTEL JT meSTOWIS KY tWNigbotter place can be found thou at the vbove named is new elegantly irnished andthe table at till tines supplied a tho best the murki iordB Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON i A TEIE FALL CITY BRAND HATS doThey Are Absolutely Reliable ands the Correct Style- rABSOLUTELY FREE 10000To 1O distributed among subscribers to the Cincinnati Daily Enquirer in November 1903 On Tuesday the 3d day of November 1there will be a state election at which a Governor of Ohio will be VOL for To stimulate interest in this election the Cincinnati Daily Enqurr has et aside 10000 This will be distributed according to the schedule an c1 auiong the subscrib ers on and after this date until the close of the cam who estimate nearest the vote which will be cst for the office of Grn vtiior of Ohio The num askj cidaI THE PRIZES TO BE DISTRIBUTED ME AS FOLLOWS To tho one making the nearest correct estimate of the exact total of tho vote for the office of Governor of Ohio 500000To the Second Nearest 250000 To the Third Nearest 100000 To the Fourth Nearest 50000 To the Fifth Nearest 25000 To the Sixth Noarost 20000 To the Seventh Nearest 15000 To the Eighth Nearest R 125OO To the Ninth Nearest 10000 To the Tenth Nearest 7500 To the Eleventh Nearest 5000 To the Twelfth Nearest 2500 To the Thirteenth Nearest 150O 1004aIn all reriums aniountr to It there In the octimato of i persons for oneJeaJ rz gfomo6gof the amount equally divided- THE VOTE OP OTHER YEARS 18837181 C8 1R01 705031 1897 85408C 18938239 u8 1899oos1ao-1sa7744550 JBJm ieo18575861889775020 150 for a months subscription entitles to one estimate For estimate blanks and full see Daily or Weekly Enquirer Address all estimates and communications to TUB ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU P 0 BOX 716 CINCINNATI Q OFFICEDR ROOM 6 Columbia Ky O sJEopf1Jy Consultation and Examination Free at Office All Diseases rreated D lINE5S AND SADDEESp HAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell thorn I can furnish yon anything in Saddlery Buggies and Farm Machine ryeOall and see me W JAOKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 000 p iW 0 MURRELL J F TRIPLETT U MURREbL u r lRIPLEfr J VDirectors above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins 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