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L IiN 1 THE ADMR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER x6 1903 NUMBER 5 DOST OFJ10EDffiEOTORY J M RUSSELL PQ3TMA8TE- BHT SABER DEPUTY POSTMASTER Office bout week days 700u m to 830 p m COURT DIRECTOR 01 Three session a yearThlrataadajr In Jaaniry third Monday fklrdlf 8d y September Jlrcult Judje W W Jones ommonwealthAttorneyN W Aaron 8heritFPW Miller Olrcalt Olerii JBOoaeynPint Monday In each moot JmdgeTi AMnmU- Couaty oterkT AttorneyJSEOtaettJrk Jailer J K P Conprer- AstftBsor B W Button coIurveyorRSchool Bapt WD Jane coronerO Bnsee- n1tmoansrRegalaroourteeCOadMenday lo itJgdgerAttorney Gordon Mont omry xrhaI4I T P1owerlltCHURCH DIRECTORY FftMBYTBUAtt aQfZVrLLP1 8TilTReT W c Clemeni CMtor Scrrictl second and fourth 8nnd eatSabbathsight MBTHOOI8T 8v XVIU 8TBMTKeT F RLesitpar- tot Sernce I J and 3 tn each moat 4uod j ehool every Sabbath at 9am Prayera mEting Thursday nlithtIBAPTIST QBBif STMBT Bev J P Scruggs ptutor First and third Sunday tneachmoot S ladaynoboo every Sabbath a m meeting Tneaday night CHRISTIAN CAiirBkUSTiLL Pin Eld W RAzbi- Paitor ScrttMr Second and Fourth Sundays la ooh mouth Snadaycboot eVer1 Sab bath IU3O am Prayer meeting Wednesday p night of LODGES MASONIC TjjllUl NoS8 P and MBegu on FrJ banktat eaehtIn ighormonth WItlW Coffey W D Jonw Secretary usmeets rldaalibtattertuUmooDaHorace Jeffries W WBBAMBAW Secretary YETIHERI SURGEON b I Flatulo Pollevil splints spavin or rvV any surgical work done at fair prices th Jammed to take care of stock Iiis WhS D OBEN8HAW- H sails from Columbia on Oliappointment S c NEAT 8fe WITH OTTER COwiWHOLESALEwt GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTSN SlLoulsvtUe Scientific Sboeingof 0J am ready to do Blaok Smith xng of any kind from horse shoe Bho ng to the repairing of the finQstdll vehicles I will make a ePeoialt- of shoeing horses with diseased to hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of liveryw ask Barbee Robertson Give duo me your work 3W COFFEY iau WiliortJWCjiW the tiradyville Kentucky HSKB IS no better place to i stoj ifl IiGoodtable Bates very reasonable Fe stable attached fug I IDENTIST g f S wok tdd Filling Crown and Bridpe iSJ h t F I 0 J over Russell JfM xrells Store CJolnmhla Ky ixl ft 1 LETTER OF CONDOLENCE 01908tStar IothcrJ After T cniving fathers me Bagy yesterday I wrote a letter and mailed it then went down town to nswer the telegram and was shocked to fiud another message advising me of poor Owens death I didnt receive the firetmsyag h lftpatt o It beiijg nudayV the operators didnt know to lacate me promptly ot- nowing my residence address It paiued me to write that I uldnt game hot it was next to frme to off and knowing that I c uidut get there timN tosee the dear boy again i woe nueleFs toaryto go It makes my heart bleed t thiukthat eve can never haves an other complete family reunion on North but I shall strive to lead air upright life in the sight of God andman and be prepared tojmnet yiU all in a better world Ohas my dear good mother I do long to ho with you allof you in this dark hour but thanks to An All WISH Creator we can all come tnJgut her at His throne of grace and for the comforting influence of spirit pledging ourselves to His service throughout the re uisinder of our lives bhearts teuderelt yniiya thiesgiert outto Mattie and the livttvoted are uow without a fathers proteotipUjaudaiiBelfish loon and Mat t tiiswbam ihelnyerhis boyapdeft heart may God give 8tl hHFgrxanndetrengtUsuchi motb rtHgpiatJ the little feetfjn right path and shape their lit lives in a way that will be ac ceptable to Him who Batches over all Andyo dear mother nd iabherrwhat ISllY toward cOlleol 1g you whet lam so brok enhearted I do pray that youj Uiuot tiorrnw ins t those wn6 ihatyotiiH1avetruat the Gear lilirist to carry vour hurdeus io the end of your j mr fuey 4 Pray for PIO ldn fairtiiyttiafcw mUy be rne sfrYuyts uf Gudeud pre I13r is p34et rwfpiuiyCCimPa4 yt Iftfl t hatdesItr Onfefi ha8 r6ft thtooaN why have houwwSrGodand iu thitt geld below Ciirieien m ot JJ roSi e will St IiWijJbelihi grivt018twbHL theyrip Oa11Kd t JI hIIThfee arcctBHjpus toByinvutniee our triHivvmd lieighnra urn visit d with like affl r iNt and will never b r until explained by the Oreg VV l With the teuderest Bympatjblvfir b a broken heart to yon allbGEORGE BANKS ASAb DEATH Everybody in Stillwater ivaV ckyd beyond expression TUes nlcruruBb the announce firsypam her only about two hours after m ehohttdglveu life oa8on and was unexpected being directly to heart failure The m moria seryjces were hiifd yeeterdcy o 1 at the Chris eM church of which the scriuken huabitudla pastor TJie iatiirur or building had beentastefuliy decorated with blackand whit beeps Bile nlma find ilioLura were evwry where in pr fusici The Lousy was filled tu its atmnst capacity and many wrV tvirju awuy in order to SvoidjcroVrdjug h6JB ieeaMwetbou iinctied by Giinirr of EerKmsJ w o was il Siciceedeharob r furnished the music sitigiiJg dur C the gfrvico Cbmft ye fiiiscou soluto ZtMust TellVjeBn t j Neirer MyGodto Ther e Ross Teoitedi the Twentythird Pwiiim and ifTirMrl nrtver RV retidtherSoriptaVe leeso n Rv Garner spoke abjut u ndjyrMltrgrtEHuuo was born if tht anaWJitit tJtits Pk cI i 3 1876 Sh0 came with liar par ents Mr and Mrs L N Sutra to Stillwateriu 1892vand was mar rfed about three years ago to Rev 9hildrelthe other the infant whost hurt cost his mother her life Great sorrow is felt for un ime ly death but no one sorrows e ththoset her was but a pasaiug on to a richer and fuller life with Him whonfahe served hero Stillwater OklaM Paper BLA KBVRN AND McCREAR Special to the Louisville Times from Washington Kenuckys Senators and Representatives ar ot only Democrafcic in politics Thl3YfayxetmajtbhStatue Mpst of them are poor men and they dr not live on snob an expensive and elaborate scale a Se thnatorshave more senatorial dignity that than many men in the upper chimbrtf but it is a rare occasion onwhendesk to see4 persons who send iim ckttheVr will see ybnatouce Both the Kentucky Seuator- e well but modestly Both are ular in thnir attendance at the BusaiouB of the Senate The death of Herbert Spet oer troves the world the poorer as bis life made it the better JIis years ot conflict with blind creeds have paved the way for therealizatipn that every true creed has as its basis u foundation of fixed and un changeable law slid that the mss ter mind which planned the uni verse built not hythe day nor for the day but for all tote By the fOtCOOf Spencers intellect weak faith has been shaken true faith hasbeen made stronger through the recognition that science in stead of overthrowing all religion o 7Htne outward manifestation of tbeplane aiifl Mirr nt the Clnrl f tblJgs ns trioyarcHerbs Sncei kh d a iydnflyhtut- htitia i tive He haa exposed IiBliet dawnaiiduvtttbruwn iniio at waa falsely bjjneved to true LoiaiBville Times r GOEBEliMO IBP failrContraC rSt titllyl be t fa 1 to finish and put IOPIJsftton thGo v Gebel mewJrJ tn4nument atFda tort said Mr George Adams e ftXlngtou monuuiutsUiAn but e will complete the work in th Sprlog Tnebase1s of solid giraolte 40 feet quire the jar esp1 dhnentions tbat tlut could possibly be transported by rniiruads All of the modUinent will Totiiranite except tbellsruicbrttuL- ie ie nt WUUam Goebel tea feat high t xoffceeoluuih upon hkn his le ftut nandand lTe bronza figure etty GrletJl ltunttb acelltla Ji ll mat rlal Lb attwtil bdurd fOrever anotso nstiurt wlth ont 1JIIll8tt fences tfrcatch trasby tJ1atl can kept cleanby the rain tatlor wit very little trouble petGR8bel mQ ument frourbksti uiwpof statue wll 32 feet nii wil bBOqcof h ttwhole Country The fironze status wlllroQresGuvGoebel in thee of speaking In an easy manner w i 6nUtsrigtl ar nextteud ed agdhisleftaralrfsting oa a brp JUl1m dt f t THE FRANCHISE lIJJ EJllJtl MarkHanua In the last campaign SSrhuttlbiottteh4 aaGta3 ibti v Lilt wll enough alone and we most respectful HiJc i1 neiid lsiUese empoiata 6t Kentucky who are burning with z salku atuefiilf our electlonlanSf so as dlsfrSncnise tbosp i wfiff tan not laViewed strictly froma partystn p d poidt thwdemoctaiicr party needs no mt t1OMTp orrthe qualifications ot the voters It han but recently car led theStae b tan old time discouragedv and have no earthly cajacelif wlpnlng In Kentucky If the Democratstact but half way decent In thetfacvof thfs condition of affairs it not beet UJ let well enough alone wil Agalathbot bCtnfarrodgcatl anal t acatlc b ixrtYe vdtB rOti8 fi tirei1outotthudeslfztadislrauc lilac f D t i tb ellliterateio IfltatoPpedthere no very grwitl niura wouldbe done It mlghtpiroye a bnefit but It does not stop there we can not nnforder the restrictions of the Fedelal con dfrubut the Javjr that will take the ballot1st away from thirty thousand Illiterate negroes will take It away from twice Iasmanyllllterate white voters Manyof se white voters are property own era and men of good practical lutelll gence Thousands f them have en joved the rlthts of citizens tor forty years They became voters when there were no free schools and when there were no opportunities for poor boys to learn to read and write To deprive Wlfthat might accrue to titter the State chehnegroescouWe believe In an educational quail Station lvoters but we can neither seeienecesaltyor the justice of a tetroadtivelaarWhlchmbaacitlzearat t many years We believe In an educat tonal qualification that looks to the future and provides this restriction those who will shortly become of Forty years ago it was almost possible for the very poor to receive an education now with our splendid apIanedelon for voters both as an elevation of the franchise and as- a stimulus to education but provide that It will go into effect from two to four years from the time of its adopt ion and apply to those who will come of age after the specified time This will be a good thing for Goth the State and the citizen and will work an in justice to no man Ellzabethtown News SPICY PARAGRAPHS Dowie refuses to talk Then he is bard hit The trackless trolley promises to follow wireless telegraphy Captain Hobson is an expansionist after the true jingo heart It is stock water not holy water that has submerged Prophet Dowie rtBrother Plerpont Morllan sees n reasonwhy hp should got profit by canal water also tKjfebhrnpoor Bl1thelsllladder he didnt stay pour Dld6liote ColomlilaoisMr Cle mean y Ignore CQloneCBrY n Anyhow Perry Heath and some others have looked up their status under the statute of lltbltations Wp shall see how strenuous Jandl date Roosevelt is in his diplomatic d ealings with Warwick HSnnaT Major Bath Done isdoingbla heat to exemplify the truth of the old provxrb yherpgnesliU ant efo An Indian chief named Big Turkey in Oklahoma celebrated his OIDe first birthday on Thanksgiving day A Canadlan court has just ruled that a husband is responsible for what h wife eayn Pjctqre Ittblnk of it maulhexperleoathe same kind of a time with the irmy witah he naval clique Sir Arthur Clark the English natur myrarchusobact Vmcenvt Tis a bud of a t commandsizeProphet Dowie referrlngof course to cash Why not do a llttle private diremjf yourself Llge Mrs Langtry finds the splendid Cvcage perfectly fascinating Oh the giddy iTary MacSandlsh old girl a always labored under the tottliatdear old London was a adslow aoncherktiountil we read ithaa a special hospital for football payers V Atlantans vwho have braved the1y retrlsty6m predate e feelings of the victims of the anthracite trdst last winter We notice that all those sporty tradesmen InQreat Britain who maythis challenge for the Americas cup next yearieizernegleet to add their lieu of basin i6stoth8 aunouncament At llJtJ r tc EARLY AND It is surprising LATkFB17JTI fruit trees planted use in each home Yet many farmers pay very high prices for early it says a correspondent of Epitom Take for instance early peaches which sell tor from 160 thebushelcheaper than that Che answer is unquestionably yes and furthermore the man who raises them enjoys many more than If he had to pay these prices There Is no reason why w should not set plenty of early apples at least forborne consumption Be sides fresh fruit they supply abuse fur pies cobblers rolls etc at a time other things are scarce many in between the berries and fall fruitPrtceson early peaches pears rries an3plums are high this season and this snot feantdont raise a bite in good season When raising for market plant shoo one third as moos early as late vari sties for the latter should be the malacropasthecanaingaadpresersem on and many times more fruit Is required There are a few kinds of fruit that should not be overlooked for they are marvel of productiveness beauty and size They are theKeiffer pear Elberta peach Gold plum and Grimes gulden There are many other good ds which should be planted and dot not overlook these if quantity counta with you Mr Uoosevelt argues that When the Congress directed that we should take the Panama route under treaty with Colombia the essence of the con ditions of course referred not to the Governmant which controlled that route buffo the route Itself to the territory across white the route lay not to the name which for a moment the territory borp on the map The chief value of this argument Is that the county under treaty with which Panama route was to be taken was Colombia Had it been England Ger many or Russia the question of the Government controlling the rqute would have been discovered in short order to be of very motorist irapor tance Louisville Times 01111IHTb OF LICCA BEES ythy6TentHis bright and cheerful face eet with us no more but Bart not mans only abiding placetVe are born for a h ber vthanQthelod rhisions will stay iu our presence for ever Who will take the place t tho precious one We will do our lees Here the tad cry of th grieved hearts that saltwif neighborsloved 1 be 000 insurance with our order r which has been fully pid Suv n doge aft +r I mailed the uec BBitry papHrH I received check in full KIdA MAN OF MARK The famous newspaper correspond ant who operated at Mole Sc Nich during the war with Spain suit e quently figuring at Cbefoo and one ofcal two points of vantage hail finally land froeelm t tile London Dally Telegrah to this importTedThe real purpose of the vleltori1 William J Bryan to Great Britain U a to engage John Devlin prisldent ut the executive council of the United Irish League to come to the UijlttdJ States to ze the Irish vot laet ctimlhnu presidential campaign Compared with this all the previ Nlchobitlas atad newspaper the t days when Ananias contributed the snake stories to The Jerusalem Week Baz jo pale Into absolute Insignia cance agpimlibe now confined to Belfast AI- m u with such marvelous conception of news that is news ought never leave country He would be in bis element in the offices of New York reformlinowtiltap9rs during the mak tog of ibwe Jaoonrate ante le itIoD o itlratliiiti oamICutfoe oj Sy THE 1NA UV VBA T10N PfaflkortK Ara 8Speclal DeCeinUnder nnsblbar a stealing through ahe stood with bare bead and uphftedbadGoy Beckbam at 160 oclock this street con took for third time in his brief publlccareer the oatb as chief executive rarer of the Commonwealth It was adrninls Trahaves Apeone Republicans now State office The formal takinir of tin oath was witnessed by a crowd of mreI than five thousand persons vhoche cr- od lustily at the close of the jnltu u ural address of the Governor and jKb raised his hand and declared t a m tutu ready to tale the oath as GoVrn 1 or Its formal taking though tin ture of the day was one of th small lucidents of the occasslon The witnessterected ed it as did the address of the Govern which was well received by the as bled thousandsUH 31R TIIOKNE SWORN IK Following the oath of office as Lieutenant Governor was administered to the Hon W P Thorne the new Lieu tenant Governor and the crowd dis persed to accept or Frankfurts baser tallts A feature of Inaugurations the past which was noticeably missing from the affair was the speech of a re ng Executive To day the Govern succeeds himself and is tin first In ninetytwo years of Kentucky history to do so was presented by the Mayor of the State Capital Ina few remarks following a beautiful prayer by a local minister of the Gospel The inaugural ceremonies proper he Ian a few minutes pastl ocock after of the State troops and par atfclpants in the parade bad been nek by Gov Beckbam and his official staff These officers resplendent in the re galia of office had been his escort in the parade and accompanied him through the line ot cadets to tbe ni ural stand ISEENjf any on Iwho has ever hen president IU wc v birn in 1817 In that year Mar Bureu wdsiuauguratedpn tdeu nsequently Mr Cleveland has liven BurerIIlanhterm which Tyler succeeded also to the irttninlstrations PolK Taylor Fil ore Pi rce Buchanan Lincoln two terms of Grant n Anther Beoj men tlarriho UfKmley and thus far in the admt aofd In own Mr Cleveland has not only lived Ir tbe administrations mentioned but fas lived tu sew six vicepresidents su- cctd to the presldt nCr three of thatn Johnson Auhur and RiIlStVlt irnru nif to the White House tbnuub th- ataslnIHiD of tbiir prtdccSlIrt The others wr Vtin Bureml eriino- Fnnirre Lolyfour ri Ifterhl first anmmlstrull1n vaother unusual things snout his pelt UrnN Y Sun The book trust have reaped a nit arvest from tbe Kentucky field here era 800000 children of xcboo in this State It the trusts make net proht of twenty five cents on Ut- hallkNof each child ihey would clear J200rOOO vrry year If their pr flh re fifty cents for taO cLitd they poet 8400000 every twelve mnnxhs IT they make one dollar on each pup tbere would be an annual clearance Of course nobody contends that all these calldren are In school at the same time but a large majorltp- hemaremattendancesumotimed ol n rIng the twelve months and it is safe to say at least fifty cents a year is the profit of the book trust on each pa who attends In Tennessee and In- nti where school book laws arc io the estimate in saving In cost varies from twenty five to forty per cone but never lower than tbo former figures Furry centsbp tbe dollar la a saving so great that it needs futbcr calling attention toanil twenty Cents on the dollar ia worth litekiupttnQrUdIC ta f b 50BB1TT HOTEL ti LEBANON KY ue J D BOBBIn SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty k Yards of tho Depot 0 rarUishe 1Newly and neatly ales beds Special J far commercial men accommOdatIons de of reasons Adam r and adjoining solicited COunt les J a STONE 1i AItorneYAi Lawytr NTUCKY1Lj 01Ve practice in the courts in this aud adjoining counties 0 Special attention given collections BELLS HOTELb6- banon Ky Frank Bell Piwletor 0 fhis hotel Is located opposite the L N Depot and is a splendid place at whicbto step Good meals excellent attention and the rates very reasona ble Trade of Adair and adjoining ountteo ollcited ff BIG FOUR The Bnxt Line to- INDIANAPOLIS PEORIA OHIOAGOl And all points m Indiuana Michigan BUFFALO CLEVELAND i NEW YORK BOSTON And all Points East Information cheerfully f nished on application City Ticket Office uriFour Rut No 259 Av or wnt J toIGnl Ann Pu mpnt LU1vitlely PEOPLE Q- FADAIR COUNTV Can save money by mailing goodsn l listed below Caetarfa17CnFPeruna 67c wamp Root670Ben LUinient 2o loo Paracbnip 13c Everything at cut rates CITY HALL PHARMUK uisville Kentucky MPCDSTONE nave an Excellent MAD STONE which has been tried caseshbites with good results I can cite o to many of the casoq Trite or caU on me CAMP KNOX KY AIILYYOA4TI COLUMBIA HA11KBT i1fofBEPOIlT1D BY SAX LEWIS Wool Grease olean tft Washed Wool v 25 YBeeswax 22 Feathers 44 6JlIO cttS g i i 400 Spring Chickens c t Ii 7 Old BQaePYiQEggs rrrrrv VTV 18 1flueti Ia I relpor61fIlY tcbja tt r orik fsTeb tabk3K u i P t JPT tT w litl T 1JlliG 1t lf l 1t 11wUlRr astaxt l C73e tar Etatt7t 4I I CtlUBJ eatsktht 4fjipvFQotambir sat vie ueople o Mtatraadsllacecoouaties Entered at the 00111bit PoitoBlceaasecoml a clas matlmatt- erWEDNESDAY 16 1003 John D Rockefellers immeuf- accnnjuldtionrt gained through business combinations that co loots from every body has subject od him to the wrath and censure of many who are collecting the pennies and holding them witi equally avaricious inclinations The only difference Mr Rockefe ler does his country whiln thotJtb or tallow hits only his community John D collects from stranger the others extract from his friends Rockefeller is a manipulator whose wholesale business gets a part oi the rich mane wealth and a portion of the poor mans earnings and we believe it a duty of oui government to mark the limits tfl combinations that monopolize tt the hurt of the great comrnor people Again the othr fellow the man who lives in a town coun ty or community and acts onl for the purpose of creating gOOt bank account who will block put lie enterprise to advance persona interestthe man who can no look beyoLd his own desire to hill every dollar he receives and wil not feed the hungry olotu tb necked nor administer to the wl fare of hie community in our judgment ie of more injury than a Rockefeller and yet they ar found in nearly every town ant community They deserve bu little good and when liefs have been fought will leave only their accumulating to deceud of ten to unworthy and ungrateful beneficiaries The country hue but few Big Rockelellers hut mu titndes of little ones far m tr hurtful Large sums of money will be ex pended by the United States Gov ernment next year on pubio w ti in Kentucky The Secretary o the Treasury in his estimate appropriations needed for two purposes during the fiscal yen ending Jun 80 1905 reCllmmAu tho folio ing for the construction and completion of public build logs AtHenderson 25 aGOnl Maysville 3000 and for the in stallation of elevator service M Oovington 7500 That Seer tj rys estimate of the Obk ravr i excwdiigly largo Ho asks f 250000 for improving the falls at Louisville for the completi n of the dams from Pittshur low 2942000 for maintaining th channel of the river 100000 for improvements on the Big Sandy river 168000 Did you tobw that nearly one fourth of the entire population of The United States was attending school That sounds pretty big but the editor of the Elizabeth town News has compiled the fig ures of the federal commissioner of education to prove it In the secondary schools of this country there are 18030640 pupils Th R- efigures do not include the oollogf and university enrollment It does not include the medical and law schools In the common schools alone there are 10 000000 children or onefifth of the popu lation of the United States There is no country on the face of the J earth which can approximate suc- htestate of affairs There nvever has been auage in which these figure wereapproached Now that Cleveland can no longer be considered as a probable ti candidate for the Presidency we y hope the old fisherman will be given a rest However Eu ne Newman intimated in his Wash- ingtonI letter to the Louisville Post last week that if the Drmu crats would nominate Cleveland he would return to the party It may be that Newmans sugg tion will yet be adopted r Hon John R Proctor Civil Service CommiBttoner died slid PI in 1shlri tin D fClasr elctu eta y Bv wsm bt111ruulWL- r jj IT reO iv d an illriPtTT d copy rfutK jftBteQ last z ek If oo not jBurpaased for artaatic heantYJffiId workman whip If Rasrtaauly a great or du to the section ot State where The ee is published Mr Paul M Moore who Js the editor pf Thp Dee certuoly Curves the i ntunriarion of his ht hap itpl forth splrdid HTM npj a- at11HNepaher I fruormry biGugU out the Commonwealth for fu nislung them with n faultless piec of printing The sentiment favoring Mark Saunas nomination for the Pres- idEncy is growing and it is not al tog they certain that the next Re publican Nutioxml Convention will choose Mr Roosevelt There is not a doubt but the Ohio Senator is the choice of the Republi licans of the Uuided States and if be wants to be nominated he only has to say the word It was known until a week or ton days ago that Dr Hunter and Mr Yerkes had not been on speaking terms since the session of th Kentucky Legislature in 1895 Now comes the announcement from Washington that Hunter will support Yerkea for National Committeeman Hunter does not like Bradley and Bradley does not like Yerkes See- Republican National Commit tnemau Robinson of North Carolina was in Washington to attend Qannaa banquet Upon finding the negro Lyons present he left the hotel When asked about his departure he said I came here as a gentleman and I am going back home as a gentleman All 1honor to Robinson H Clay King who killed law yer Poison in Memphis some years ago and who was serving a life sentence in the Nashville peniten 1tiara died last week his wife and hitnotted lawyer and was the author o nevoral law books The deceased was a native of Cumberland coun tYI Ky nuflimited use of both gold and silve- at the ratio of 1C to 1 of all a man possesses and are unalterably op posed to cold storage of greenbacks and national batik Lutes It ie not the dud but the living whose ins er fart Up iu Michigan a school teacher Bitched a small boy across his um the ffect of the fall causing MB death The teacher was mere y arrested What would hay Dtteii done in old Kentucky can b imagined Mr McOreary made his first ptech in the Senate ast Friday a advocating the passage of tht Ouoaa reciprocity treaty He said at was a step in the direction of tinff reform and freer trade It was estimated that ten thous aid people witnessed the inaugu ration of Gov Beokham Repub Mean papers throughout the State highly complimented his inaugural address Ifnatural gas could be utilize- f power in Columbia we coul run au electric lignt plant an leave out two or three good producers Suffering from abcess of the brain former Appellate Judge Geo Du Relle is lying at the point t f death iu St Josephs infirmary Louisville We have heard that pve light ens labor but never heard of la bor lightening love The National Republican Convention will be held at Chicago June 21 It is extremelycold iu the North- West and several persons have trozttu to death J H Stewart the Louisville negro who has been attending the hesaiouB of the AfruAmer caLj Council was in Washington last weuk and called on the President He was given a hearty welcome SC NEATWITH OTTER COW- HOLESALE GROCERS and COMMISSION MERCHANTS ntufYLEtt CHEAP RATES SOUTHWEST a nttheru faesuarl Arkansas trLouisiana Homeaeekera Opporbuiiieius =rTiaros uyour ol ancori erU lw- t c waysadroundtritstew aouthi est this vitalrabuur h lf the regular fate twice a numtii 1903reJan 5 and 19aad FA2nud 10 1904 G dtime to visit South east Missouri Arkansas Louis iaha or Texas and pick out a loca tion Round trip tickets permit stop over on the going trip return limy it 21 days Write and tell us jour starting point and where you want to go We will tell you exactly what your ticket will cost one way or round trip j we will see that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably located on the right train Write for our illustrated descriptive literature maps lists of real estate agents and let us help you find a bette- e home in the sonnies along the Cotton Belt Route Write today to L 0 Schaffer T P A Cotton Belt Route Cinti O orE La Beaume G P T A Cotton Belt RonteSt LomsMb FOLLOW THE VLAO DAILY September 15th to Nov 30th Very low one way colonists rates to Califorfiia Washington Ore gon Montana British Columbia and intermediate points Very low round trip rate to Sal Lake and Ogden Sept 12th to 14th Denver and return Octobers 5th to 8th San Francisco and Los Angeles fOot 8 to 17th Detroit October 10 to 19th For information regarding the above low rate excursions aek vour local ticket agent or write the undersigned- r F W Greene DP A Wabash R R 2234th Aye Louisville Ky CHEAP LANDS For Homeseekers and Colonies The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkan sIs Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities fore Bomeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abundance of fuel and soil that will often m a single season yield enough to pay fur the ground Land can be bought is cheap as 3250 an acre prairie land to SI and 85 per acre up bottom land it 35 and 80 per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 310 and 815 per acre up Some finn propositions for solonies tracts of 2000 to 8000 acres it Sl to 10 per acrebig money in tbls for a good organizer Fruit and track tands in the famous peach and tomato nelt of East Texas at 810 to 820 per tcre up Write us for information tbout cheap rates excursion dates al so literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a thandyeard AdSt Louis Mo COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clean 18 Washed Wool 25 Beeswax 22 Feathers 44 Sides Green x i 5 Hides Dry 10 Gingeug 40C f3pring Chickens 7 Old Hens 6 Eggs 18 Dried Apples 2J This report will be submitted fbr revision wjeklv M KDSTO NE I nave an Excellent MAn STONE which has been tried In about one hundred cases of hydrophobia and snakebites with good results I can cite OU to many of thejcases Write orjcall onme at OoUnKNox I Y 4T Ay V B j J = Y Hq ttt DD1 OG11- Manag ii Kentucky Stove I f Tinware Co DEALERS r StuvcsiRanesWooJ and Train Mantels JJ i Scotts STvaraccca and 5crtloo aware Granltevrart loll Stove Fittings 70S W nialn it Louisville Kentucky PLHSTERING CAh pBEiLjs CEMENT PLASTER is a Material that is ready for use by adding Salitlitntl imt affected by freezingweather RT3 and MIOE Cannot Gnaw Through Ju the thing for repairing old plastering Manufactured by Inctr Brook and River Both Phones 2267 Louisville Ky J SCHWIETERS Tailors 128 W Market St Opposite Music Hall LOUISVILLE ErIlVlIJJjW 6WIDJIILOt- JjISVILL KENTUCKY CENTRALLY LOCATED Nos 524 526 and 528 W1 Market Street 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BagfiM and Farm Maokine t rye Call and see me TaiJAC 4ANt tJI Y G3 i If L NEW LIVERY FIRM 11 CHEW4eCOLUMBIAKY 0We have just purchased the livery stable from the J 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 work Field Seeds a Specialty i Come see us and price our goods t Wm F JEFFRIES SON GKENSDERFER r ss bi Sibs 7th ii lbs tokmow it Is to prefer It Call IIr sr nu After 8 years hard usage arid Type writer is conceded to be one IIr thp RECEIVINGPRICES most durable standard machines on the market tt kept in pert wcirkloll condition for as long a at one tenth the cost Moore Bros 1307 F St C GENERAL AGENTS Virginia for MI1r Jai d la West WOOD Uloodsol ON LEWIS LEWIS ARE NOW Four carloads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver 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 Planters = FERTILIZE Ten car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil j izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County Newswhen you write W3FI LEWIS BRO Greensburg i Kentucky NEAR THEY FALL BRAND HATS o They Are Absolutely Reliable and the Correct e- mE j MABCDM TiICOLUMBIA KY fVIS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN fJ Architecture containing 35 new neat and well yena tilated rooms It is nicely furnished conveniently ilocated and is the best hotel in Southern Kentucky IAccommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commercial peen i M H MAROUMP ropR f jv f f ill PERSONAL MENTION MrsL B Hurt is again confined to her room Mr Frank Hill is In Louisville thl week on businesss i Hon Finley Shuck of Lebanon in Jamestown last week t jMr JHJudd and wife returne Lebanon last Saturday MrJ D Loweleft Monday morning fur Monticello and Albany fMr S G Banus Cane Valley was i In Columbia last Monday Hiss Battle Young visited relatives at Fair Play several days of taut week Mr WH Walker who s In his 831 year has been v ry sick for a few days Mr J F Montgomery and Mr Rol lin Burt were in Jamestown last week on legal busiuess Dr C S Grady who accidentally shot himself in theleu two weeks ago is getting along very nicety Mist Hattie Lewis who ban been I visiting in Louisville several weeks V returned home last Wednesday Mr Wm Irvine Camp Knox visit 1 ed friends here tbe first of the week tr t and wlll leave fur Indiana next Thursday Mr Dolphus Murray went to Flor once Ala to be at the bedside of his aunt Mi s Lou Todd wnose death is recorded elsewhere In this paper Ul IIMr Finer Harvey a prosperous of Fair Play was in Colum bia Monday and made asrangements for bis son to enter the new school en a January the 4th Mr Sid Collins and family Miss Ma ry Collins and Mr Iva Franklin tEddie Texas passed through Colum bia yesterdav en route to Montpelier Their native home is Aniandavllle da W Mr Geo Fletcher the contractor Is sick at the Marcmu Hotel threatened with pneumonia His illness is not retarding tbe work at the college nor the dormitory as both buildings are near completion Misses Battle Hancock Myrtle Myers Fannie Jones Mollie and Rosa Hunter Dimple Conoyer Carry Page and nary Hughes who are students vin i Madison lastitute Richmond Ky a returned home last Friday afternoon r They were accompanied bome by Miss W Mattie Taylor a In 0 LOCAL JOTTINGSi Bow the time does come and go Life with music thtillin Soon be bangin mlstleto nian the pals are wlllinl Only nine days until Christmas idrcircuit court the third Mon daYin next month The pike from here to Campbells vllle is in very good condition Russell Murrell invites the people through the News to visit their store Reed Miller this place have salted away about 50 bogs up to this writ log Mr M Cravens tbe druggist will remove to his new quarters the first of t next month eavs are lost in wh ch we do 1nn good those worse than lost In which we do evil The man who has my saddle will please return it to Massle Cbewnlng stablel need it Ed Staples M Cravens has a fine display of goods j suitable for Christmas presents Call and see them- Rheumatism egotism and pessimism is a combination that the wisest physi dan can not unlock Columbia Lodge No 96 F and A 21 will elect officers Saturday night the 26tn Jnst he protracted meeting at Grady vlbe la still in progress and muc interest Is being manifestede iCaU see the fine display CbhatmM goods at M Cravens Assort time ago a younjr man wen Weetaad a short time since be cam- Eastandflow e declares he will stay with uaterspravent my stock from Ket water in my fields I therefore ask theta to keep off my premises W F Neat Whoever borrowed or stole my over coat from the Hancock Hotel would do nw a great favor in returning same S N Hancock Mr Clemens principal of the M an F High School informs us that quite a number of new students will eat- etoinstitution the first of January We understand there will be a Obr ist mas tree at the Christian Church fo rat tbeSuodaYscboolt build rri1s1t complete and beIfIUl It1wv1 u I w t 7 t Christtvloaas Good W have got the articles you want come and i get them q thRIJSSELL MUEEELL In n t ifPeople wt town have removed all the old sawdtlst and straw from thei Icehouses and are now ready for th freezes Stock holders In the News are re quested to meet In the News ffliCe flex Saturday at lpiu You cau buy or sell K1Azbllld a discuursy labtoUnday Mr J McScutb united with the Christian Church r Mr Walker 13ryautuuiuf ads r cuuntya best ciuztua usa relHUticu hla JarJ on ibV Ru2 elpnugs fuad two uiiiea from loiuuiDia ll you town tuck u the l twb rt wit bo uurjuiereab tp he lu me iLeeV lug next Saturday saint action ianta twaryi 0 Sheriff 3iiiai auu his deputies IUUablUi duUwltl Uetip With thiSl bUalueaa WUeu COUib upella chit iuifo MouUa next uiouCn i The pnu otrifu a s uoyva d iii u Lvjuiaviuc wuicu uiediii kbjUtii cieui LUlaSUblOU tlOOUb lUttUUly pluUt lulu wdy la wpuf6 UtW Mr biajtb Montgomery and 1r lOnu rule tcCetittyybnjJua Uia cnelT peace nun Irvu LUlt the Jsweswtt roan Cur oue iiuuurcu doimro eailij ltlv U u1uute ur Ltxiugtuu give a ixciiai tlib cuurtiiuUat rues guy cvcutug JaU 6m lu tau lutercoir tau LiiuUaey VViiSuu lianilu acuool We puoiiab a enter Hum liou dco Nell Itiln wren wiiiUIl lii Kite UcauLi eehera au rues wiini lu will ouai tu opeuUdicn weeaa aLilubOpriUfeB Alt Asoyir Ueiuugiug lu tue VlaUW bur ub iiearteii tuiJ ua5 a litter ul uuiy elgutkeuplgs We are uut luluruicu tu Uie it la juaiiy uuiiueu tit oa Uic Kcucucay iTounc Miss Saute flay Marcum ClultUJur bCUOulat Uyciuiie rasa Friday alter tiuuu Miss jilarcuiu was very luutu ilheu by tier pupas aud ad tau cluae ul the ouuuui iiiey were all kiuuiy ic lueuiiuered Men woo nave idle capital cuuiti make itprouucc by building souie ueal cottages in Columbia Nu trouble tu ent ur sell li yuu have money put 11I wurk and du the world some guuu IAll the youutMueu and young girls Columbia should nave heard llev 0 UleuidUii1 sermon last tiuuuay evening it was upuu character building and some timely advise was given Mr Will Chapman of Mllltown has been sullied by our school facilities and IS now a resident ol Columbia the purpose of educating his cbildreli Others are cumujg and still we wilt have nxni fur more and more The colored Baptist jneejAug which was in progress for sevijral weekiat the church uu the fitter near tjwu cloyed last week Last Sunday twelve addltluus to the congregation were Immersed inpetthifurklCo red the Royal Arch degree on Compauiuiih Dr Porter Ballou G T lTiowei Jr and Matthew woolen last Friday ultfut Columbia Chapter is now in line sbape and tbe work upon this occasion was dune to perfection Mr Jno F Neat who was recently elected clerk of tbe Adair Circuit Court has had charge of the office sev eral weeks Those who have have had business with him report that ha ih very courteous in manners and tire diet that he will make avery satbtac- Wly clerk In last weeks issue we reported that Mr Tbomug Burge of Taylor county bad been seriously wounded by Wiley Smith in Campbelisvilie The wounded man was removed to bis home and died the following Sun day Smith has not been appreneuil ed We are frequently ask when will he News be removed to the South corner the equate In answer war necessaryhto make In way a pow a press engine type etc and that it will be impossible to reach our new quarters before yaws time in January counttyaswckdealer who is wellkUliwul- In Adair obunty was married pMltJsl Rosa L MurJtley Who resided n tar Campbelisvilie last Thursday Ttie happy couple left immediately for Louisville Tbe wedding was a very quiet attain Several calls have been for a meeting of the stock holders of the NewsCumpauybrutbadallo that it Is essential to have a meeting plutidmust then sell or select a man to riper goodrnewspaper plant arid stand ready t puacbase the entire stock in the News its real value or lam willing to let it go to sale Interested parties nr again ri quested to meet In tbeNcLH met at lp ui Saturday pece r 19 ftrtmeniber the day and be prthent 7 OInirr1s = 7raL i1 A Yews win Kas in rampbellsvlil- r a few hours last week and whilethere ok occasion to visit several stores tLtdlut the shelves wolljlled vltb Christmas goods The merchants re Irud that their Fiii irade was un usually loud and ihit they expected uvely business IMU now until the tirst ot January The muujclpal uiard of tampo isviiu deserve much credit tor t he in i re ier tofotonlunl 1vn wJY of beau fyion UctOtti All he streets are vu graveled and the wcery paved did young trees beet put out aluiJf the walks wttcb in a few yars Mil furnish aii i11UudoinCeIJrsbuQc 0 Monday night e visited the SloMDic Lodge anti Wnueased Clie u ulcrnug uf the third e rte which was admirably done by lit U M UgOsiji 1 is the Master alEtrac6rpY tit awe iis tunce Tile abundance was ntlartCldue oa iueVsLlnn which han been by the utpter Saturday uiKUb uefore keep iiif tbe membecs jut until xbouGday tic hue Lodgt lias aotmtfprtyfmem uirs and uuis arc cuustautly g taken In Tae two hotels in campDelisvihusieuifd to be doing a aue business The Cujumbians who wire 1h town stopped ut the Commer Minti which is conducted byMrauap Vafjghau who is the rigor manu Cite right place He stts a gaud table 4iid gives his guess CUSS attention W werfi told that all three ofthe 01 as were moviti aiijui nicely and that there washa good demand for uuuiicy A writer lu the LaKue County Her aid has Cite following uu the weather pruhpscis Wen ib it claimed oy al must all of the weather prophets that we are to have du unusua ly coid win ier Notoulytueiituk shuck on the corn Indicates tills but an other signs pmub that way Tilt coons havethree aeisuf furs evergreen trees have three times as much luliaye asuiualI rabbits have aixiuu Trout tcetn which will enable tneui to eat the bark irowI ruit trees while they are frozen tiuakes and turtles are hibernating three times as deep in the ground qurrrels have about ceaned up all the out and acorns in the forest rand last but nut least shingles on many niUves are bccouamg Coated with a Heavy covering of itizz But now j what are we to dr here comes an utuer prognostieaMr whu tejls us that whtn wild geese arc Meu going north- in life fall season we ire to have a mild whiter and some have heed seen going in that direction recently Sohere we are left between hawk and buzzard with Santa Claus aud Christmas close abbaud wlthuutknowrdg how to es ape truiu the former auti prepare forythe- latter Shall we like bats iubail stuifii shut our eyes and take it all Private information from Messrs Robertson ColTey received lastS Tr urday is that sitar hid sold till their mutes but five and unless they buy wore stuck In tbe Sm h they will reach flume In a few days They are at Atlanta Mr N M Putt Is still with them but he will visit Florida before he returns lie writes Mr J P Beard bathe is having a delightful iluie and is well pleased with the South but it is out likely that his health will stand the climate It is predicted that he wilt be one of Santa Ciaus escorts when the latter enters Columbia lie Luther stated that Santa was going to be quite liberal with the children iu Georgia butfrpm what he couldgatirrfrom the old gentleman he wus saving his nicest presents for the little folks of Colum bfa An exchange puts ib about right when it saysIo1u whom shall youI give your Christmas presents Not to your rich friends what need have they of your gift Nut C7en to your neighbors who are blessed with reason stile property they wm suffer nothing It deprived of them nut there are thoseto whom your gifts will prove a veritable godsend They are trip pled the blind the orphan and widow Oo all sides of you are those who are- 5Ufferingihepaogs of bitterest poverty their hearts are lonllln for a crumb of sympathy and cheer Search them out scatter your gifts among them with a liberal band In this you will observe Christmas in a true Christian spirit You will be following our Great Pattern In whose honor we lcbraiebtS joyous Christmas RevL M Russell who atone time was pastor of the Methodist church this place was seriously injured at Big Spring Ky a few days ago Hits horse stumbled and fell breaking several bones in Mr Russells right rand spraining his wrisand one of his legs sobacily hurt that he will be arable to leave bis room for several weeks i We learn over the phone that the meeting at Gradyville wjll likely con inue through this week All denomi anyuthere have been a number of profess ions Rev Saudldgo did the preach ing last week but Rev Scruggs will occupy the pulpit the greater purtJuti of aids Weeirc Sutoo sWrrlug s m hlisve been delivered and tuesung a r ona3ig tfylepold 4f 1 r JSROM ARKANSAS Hot Springs Dec 8 1903 Editor News Please send your paper to 505 Par Avenue Hot Sp togs Ark We have rented rooms furnished for light house keeping and feel very much at home Rot Springs is a city of 40000 Inhabi teats At present about 10000 vis itors are here January and February are the months that have the big runs The races come off next month and the occasion will bring all the spurts from runny States I have met a few Kentuckians among the number Col Allle Yiuotf whom I had the pleasure of meeting todayat the Wavcrly Hotel where wb take bur baths I fCundhlm tobeavert entertaining gentleman He maae inquiry of Jas Garuett Jr j SDea kiniof him fn very ciimpUmentary terms Should any of our people desire to head this way it might be well for me impart this bit of information JDuctnrs bill 2500 per month baths batbIrmonth One thing most remarkable is that a drunken man is never seen on the streets The very best of order pre vails and you rarely see a policeman The business houses are immense 4 tu six stories high of the very best material hunt by the finest architects in the wend The hotels are beyond description It all Columbia with all her wealth was put together it would not pay fur tbe Eastman Hotel Very truly Goo NELL NOTICE I wish lo announce to my patrons and friends and to tbe public In general that I now own all the saw mill that 1 have been operating on Sulphur Creek am now located near Jeff Wilsons have bought the interest of my part Mr W R Myers and will proceed at once to put in tbe very best and latest planing mill machinery I have a large stock of the very best poplar and oak timber on hand and persona that contemplate building in the near future will save money by seeing me Wd getting my prices before placing their order Situated as lam right in the timber I am prepared to furnish dressed lumber at a much lower price than any one else can All orders for any kind of building material will be promptly filled and delivered anywhere within the corporate limits of Colum bia John W Mornsson MT CLOVER SCHOOL Mr Editor Win you please find a place fora few short lines from three llbtle girls 12 11 and 9 years of age Our school is out and we are ail so sorry It was Miss Mary Coffey who taught us such a good school We are a l sorry to see her go She treated us on twentyfive pounds of candy and will long be remembered by her pupils Who of the teachers could have come up with that much candy I am very thankful that Misses Mary and Bess Coffey are learning me to play on the organ Written by Helena Hundley Ama Cummins and Amie Strange otIthe Western district of Kentucky Mr Morrison was in Columbia last Thursday en route for Louisville for the purpose of filing his bond In talking to a News man he stated that his headquarters would be in Columbia and in the Spring he expected to move his family to this place Tom makes a splendid officer and being an enterprising citizen with an excellent family our people will give him aj hearty welcome The new school building has receiv ed the second coat of plaster and the third wilt be put onwithlp a few days The furnace fb complete and two firemen at work one for the jiay and one for night and it will be hottest college for three weeks ever known in old Kentucky The Intensity of the heat wilt do the work of an entire summer in drying the walls Seven teen stoves are in blast in the durmi tort and by the firsbof January it will be dry from foundation to attic Mr Payne is leaving nothing undunu to be thoroughly ready for a grand opening and a successful term It will be remembered that sometime ago suit was brought in the Cum berland circuit court by Mrs W F Owsley Jr to recover about 825000 from her fatherin law Judge W P Owsley claiming that she bad turned over to him a large sum of money for safekeeping The case was tried and a judgment rendered In favor of the lady for said amount Thee case was appealed and lust week the judgment of the Jowercourtwassustainedi Judge ORear affirming the decision MJLLLINERYJtEDUOEDl w1l1wl1prices If you v ant a bargaln come at hce 11Respectfully J3DWIElWmJ IK i IA gentleman frow Camp knox wa In the News ollicc last Monday an while here he paid Miss Yallie San dlege a high compliment He state schoolkever taught at she was very much liked by everybod lu the neighborhood Eleven Adair and Russell County men were released from the Loulsvlll juil last Friday they having served terms tur bootlegging liquor Th men who were released are Anode Iluddletson James Harvey Reason Knight Ben Wilson Wm F Hale Judson Miller Tom Lester Leo Wiu frey Jerry Bjmar Charles Hurt and Arch Williams AT COST From this date until Ghriabnai we will sell our hats actually ai cost This is your opportunity to get what you want and save money Mrs Sallie Bradshaw Miss EiGe Bradshaw R E McCandless who shot and milled Judge Geo R Price was jlveo an examining trial at Edmonton last Thursday and was held to await tbe action of the grandjury Ills ball being fixed at onethousand dollars It is reported here that the Commonwealth will establish the fact that McCandless shot first the ball striking Price in tbe back It was the second shot tbatentered Prices heart The note subscriptions to the Lind sey Wilson Training School have dur lug the absence of N M Tutt Tres been turned over to Jas Garnetb Jr who will receive the balance due from those who have subscribed These notes are due and should be paid Call and pay what you owe Mr Gar net at once J R flindman Co Guarantors We received a program of an enter tainment which was to have been given by five of Miss Mattie Taylors music class ab Richmond last Monday eve niog On account of sickness prevail tug in Richmond the entertainment was called oil The following young ladies were to entertain Misses AN brecht Hughes Nolan Terrell and McGarvey Last week we reported that the Green circuit court returned fourteen indictments for malicious cutting The Record calls us down on the statement and says there were only three Indictments forsaid otlcnse Evident ly our Informant was mistaken as the Record is published at Greensburg where editor Ward has access to the court records FOR SALE CHEAP One ten horse power stationery gine Persons wanting machinery of any kind willconsult their interest by first applying to the undersigned 1 have facilities for procuring machinery at the lowest prices obtainable Jos H Chandler Campbelisvilie Ky Invitations to the marriage of Mr W O Coffey to Miss Pearl Marcum have been recieved at this place The intended bride is one of Monticellos charming young ladies and is the daughter of Mr T J Marcum the wellknown traveling man The wedding will occur on 10 the anniversary of the intended bride and will be a quiet affair Mr Coffey is a popular young business man Tbe contracting parties have the best wishes of a large circle of friends Died at her home In Florence Ala December 10 1903 Miss LucIDda Todd In her 86th year She was born Janu ary 241818on the farm of Murray Bros near this place She was the daughter of Judge Robert Todd a pioneer set tier of this country She had long been a membet of the Presbyterian Church and her life was that of a con sistent Christian When thirteen years old she went to Florence Ala to live with her brother Dr Levi Todd who was a physician at that place PREACHING SUNDAY Z T Williams Creelsboro W H C Sandidne Oak Forest A H BauRh Pleasant Hill G W Montgomery Moreland J F Barger Union Chapel- F E Lewis Columbia A S Mell Elroy G Lawles Pleasant View J L Adklns Salem J B Debord Cool Spring T Huffaker Hutchinson School HouseJ Scruggs Columbia J F Hopkins Mlntonvllle W G Bradford Middleburg W B Cave Big Creek GRAD7V1ELE JD Walker visited his father at Nell last Monday A B Wllmore returned to Greens burg last Thursday H JL iWfttets Columbia was here last Friday JVvJuBtfittejjM tfagi bo ttteiifci Jl n L 1st for several da ys IJ W Walker was at Greensburg last Monday and Tuesday IWa1ker Bros of Nell passed through here on their return from Louisville last Friday where they sold several hogsheads too They report a very bad market ree moved to their newhinii Misses Mollie and Rosa IIunter who have been In scaool at Richmond for several months returned home la tI Friday to spend the holidays Miss Maggie Holladay of Joppa spent a few days of last week with her sister Mrs J W Walker Mr Geo Staples pissed through here last Wednesday enroure to Weed luck tog after some of the bos Mr R L Caldwell was at Portland last Sunday with hisbrotber Jo wb has been confined for several months with rheumatism Mr Pink Durham of Campbelisvilie passed through here last Thursday on his return from Cumberland county with a nice bunch of cattleIMlssSusin Grissom of Bliss visited her sister Mrs W M Wilmore sever al days of lat weekIr daughtearer this week Mr Herschel Sberrill who has been in Indiana for several months return ed home last Wednesday Mr J W Pendleton of Montpelier was shaking hands with his friends on our city last Monday telephone line will be extended place to Greensburg in th ITbe G B Yates closed his Iin the eastern part of this county las Wednesday John Lowe the wellknown sloe drummer called to see us on his retur from Edmonton last Thursday Mr P Hutcherson was here laslFriday looking after produce Mr Thos Kelbner one of our oldest and best cltlzensis very sick at this writingMr and MissClark were mar red at the residence of Mr Clem KeltI ner this place last Tuesday Rev A L Men officiating They were from tbe Keltner countrylGov J R Hindman passed through here one day last week enroute for Baker of Nashville and Jake Red ford of Louisville two welNknown commercial men were on our streets last week soliciting orders Rev James Debord is holding a series of meetings at Glensfork thlJ Jo Hunter who has been coa lined to her room for several weeks is improvingMr Walker will leave in a few Jays for Lebanon Tenn to visit bis daughter Miss Kate who has been in school at that place for several monthsW Grady sold to Will Flowers o BlIss lsst week one of the finest SIXI months old Peacock colts that was VfrI in this section for 8125 00 He also sold a twoyearold jack fur 20000 Mr Grady lest a valuable mare last week from the effects of snag in her shoulder W H Moss sold Smith Nell one mule last week for 8100 00IKN1FLEY Winter weather continues and not much farm work going on Aunt Rhoda Chelf is dangerously 111I J H Pendleton has secured a ne boiler to his saw mill and will have it ready for operation in a few days Born to the wife of J J Humphrey Dec 2 a son Born to the wife of Jno A Beard a Van Dunbar returned from th South a few days ago He report- trade very good Married at tbe residence of the brides father Mr Edwin Stapp wIMiss Susie Allison We wish them a long and happy life Dr G W Pruitt aDd Omer Hogan of Mannsvllle are in this section bird hunting this wellkJROLLINGBURG J D Williams sold his farm nearI Tamperence school house to Jas Lowe consideration 600 00IMrs Lucy Wilson sold her farm to S A McMabam for 8625 00 Creed Paxton has yarded several thousand staves on his farm and will have a bucker there In a short time J E Hudson has a severe case ofJ lagrlppe Mrs Sarah Coffey and Geo Judd were married Dc2J at the residence of her brother Jno Lowall Rev W H 0 Sandldge officiated Noah Hamilton baa removed to Mr dJJ 1idrlj Id4 iJoIUe t s r TRAJNJKG SCHOOL NOTES Dr J J Tigert of Nashville who iA will pech Um opening sermon Sua day January 3rd is one of the ablest and most learned men iu the South Qc is theauthor of several noted books one of which is nsed asa text book in Yale College and has been reprinted In England Miss Atlc Garriett who will have charge of the Art DsyartmenG is well known In Cilumbia as a talented artist and enthusiastic teacher The Art Department ought to flourish under such a competent instructor Primaryreacheryule Kind irs iroya AssjcUtlou She taughblh the Morpaofield and Mad 4 sonvttlu graded schools and for the past four years had charge of the pri mary work in the College Americana lIt PetiODolls Brazil She is said to be an expert in her department The teacher of Elocution Miss Jean Duncac was educated at Central University Richmond and has bad everal years in teaching Miss Bow den of Louisville under whom she studied for three years said in refer ence to her I feel fortunate teacherII as one of the best Elocu lion teachers in Westcra Kentucky KEMP Several from this paie attended the quarterly meeting as Summershade ast Saturday and Sunday Rev Shelley preached a very inter esting sermon at Picketts Chapel last Sunday schoolewao attended and all reported a good time slatytwere on of Isall slld in this sec ntton for good prices Dr W W Bingham is on the sick ist Hog cholera is raKing In this section BLISS Robbie a little son of Mr John Waggoner has been sick with pneumonia for several days Jas G Thomas of Sulphur Springs visited the family of Jas O Grissom ast week Misses Vallie and Nora Sandidge who taught schools at Camp Knox and Sulphur Springs respectively had them closed last week Mrs Cass who resides with her sls er Mrs Annie Johnston has been quite sIcK for several days Little CUe a child of Mr A W Paxton has been Very sick vith lung fuser fur the past two weeks Rev E D Watkins who lives on Butters ForK was here one day last weekJ W Saltman Lebanou was here ne day last week OAK GROVE fMr W W Cravens Is putting up a new dwelling since Beckbam was elec ted Mr George Bryant says he can swap Knives better now than he could If Bel knap and business had been elected School closed at this place last Fri dayMr H A Murrell will soon have his house completed Robert DlIlln ham and Fletcher Gllpm are bucking staves ac Tarter Mr Wm Butler who has been visit log in Louisville has returned home blacksmithwIt is a fine time for a rabbit hunt A large crowd attended the social at Mr Chapmans a few nights ago and all report a nice time Mr Nathan Murrell and Nick Bryant arc bucking staves fur S H Mur placesWe arc glad that Mr Beckbam is re elected and the murders of Goebel will have to serve four more years In prison LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 25i 60 Light shipping 4 00425- Best butchers 3 501315 r to good butchers 3 253 00 Common to medl 00nChoice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 tbs 440 to good packing 160 to 200tt s 4 40 Good to extra light 120 to Leo fbs 4 40 SHEEP AND LAMJ3 good to extra shipping Sheep 2603 75 yifJFa1rWtlldit nJ 71yEi dq r J rrS1rifiT OYf1L ilIENIUIFNT r 1i rissore urlur lgtae Ir M itt alvtaabliity of au act beta pfgfty theLegislature lu conform i4ii th oonsUtutUnal amendment T aflptkd at tbe recent election This a discussion prows out of the tact that such a small per cent voted on this roPosltionandthattheresultdoesnotP really express the will of the people Out of the 439000 votes cast in the election only 60000 or less than one Asevluth of those voting expressed themselves on thIs question by tb ballot and about onetbird of thus ware in the city of Louisville A very large majority of tbe uon voters oi tbe amendment labored under the 1m presstoh that i f tbey did not vote they were counted against it and it is certainly true that of the 375000 who dll not vote on this proposition had thee been required to vote would have ct their ballot against it The measure as adopted by tbe very small part ol those taking part in tbe election dues not express the will of tbe State and resubmitted tomorrow it would be defeated by ten tbousand votes Tb NEWS supported tbe measure but e regret cxiteedlngly to see the or anli law of Kentucky changed except bj the expressed will of a majority of the voters Ellzabethtown News WHY MARRIAGE WAS A FAILURE He regarded children as a nuisance He did all his courting before mar riage lie never talked over his affairs with his wife He never had time to anywbert with his wife i He doled out money to his wire as to a beggar lie looked down upon his wife as ai Inferior being He never took time to get acquain ed with his family He tboughtot his ife only for wna she could bring tohim- He never dreamed that there Wer two sides to marriage He never drewed ihara wife uttd praise or compliments He never had oue set of manners lt home aud another for society He paid no attention to his person appearance if ter marriage lie married an ideal and waadlsap pointed lu find that it had laws lie thought his wife should speed n her time doing housework He treated his wife as he would have dared to treat another womii He never dreamed that his wu needed a vacation recreation m change He cover made concessions to his wifes judgments even In unimpor u tant matters He thought the marriage vow bid made him his wifes master instead ofI her partner He took all the little attentions lavished nn him by his wife as his bj divine right and not tta favors I He days carried bit but e w troubles Name with him Jntrad ol t4IQcK theta in ins ttture or ullic Wbeu he closed GROWTH Ot PROHIBITION Few persons seemawaroof the rapid growth of prohibition part1cuaxly in the South In Texas the ruliiniuoi isu have carriea a inrcu maj my d thr eiiitfea aud are stiii iKv g crusade ar vigorous that titry see ye ir ly adding to the number They bavc slsow in all but sight of the 75 couu i ties in the State of Mississippi III both States a movement is now btiui mode to adoptaconstitutinnai ametirt lucnt which will provide for the submission to a popular vote as pnposi tin to prohibit the sale of Jquor and it is believed It will receive a large majority thereby extending pr hibi bluon even in those thai have help against it In Tennessee there are only a few counties where the sale of liquor is permitted and should the UIV t mnt in Texas and Mississippi succeed it will likely be extended to Tennejsef i aWi If nb to Kentucky but lorhl latter with less probability nf success- I Uf Western States the rjihi tliiHHtf r1 also very strong and grow IIJ Mjabera and power OpjXiKUlon to sumptuary laws IK long been a tenet of the dinocr rin puny but unless the snrim m nf the Darbyon this subject has iirirt rKne a uivat change how can we amount tier the rapid grpwtb of prohibition it such strong democraticStas as Trx aMMlssI lppl and Tennessee s ol p t nnthirji of K ntuckv7curler Jour ash DrdrtJ ortbcntdJ1 dttauuy Sner- rifaul Kenton nounsshrltiina ll- tbiotij b the beid rl aC viii to oW ayirt feTs t atyes wj LL Tin fiur4 of qhlium Con tet ujan u pass away the trine of the extra session by adjourning for tlneed- olYS at a time which right is given ny4he Constitution is likely to prove failure The Democratic minority lias been seized with a desire to give all their time to continuing In session as much as possible and they propose to call for a quorum whenever a mo Mon to adjourn for three days is made which Is necessary If the demand is made and if no quorum is present which will be the case the only powerless than a quorum possesses Is to journ from day to day The minority will thus be able to prevent a three days adjournment and the House will bo powerless to override the minority program ZACHARY TAYLORS TOMB Z Taylor Died J850 That Is the Inscription on the tom of Zachary Taylor twelfth President of the United States A correspondent who recently visited the tomb of Old Rough ond Read says for over half a century it has ack ed the care of a kindly hand and is fast falling into decay Agparently nobody cares The tomb lies five miles from Louis ville and is off the road Ivy roots over the weatherbeaten blocks u granite The fastenings on the door are red with rust So far as Is known no key has turned the locks for fifty years Visitors are rare It is doubt ful It half a dozen tourists visit the tomb during a twelvemonth And this negldcted spot is the last resting place of the hero of the Blac Hawk and Florida wars Here is the dust ot that great soldier who with 4000 American riflemen drove in re treat 20 000 Mexicans under Santa Anna at Heuna Vista Here are the remains of the American Cortez and President of the United States He who conquered the swamps and ever glades of Florida and made Mexico urrender is forgotten by his countrymen Not one in ten thousand knows the place of its sepulchre The plaintive words nf Rip Vau Winkle are appropriate How eon we are forgotten when were cone Cleveland Press There Is a growing sHutl went among Kentucky sportsmen in favor of pro- wring game and fish from being gaily and ruthlessly destroyed A nine warden In uv rv county who aid do his duty faithfully would work a rpfurm in this direction li Sttf Legislature will he ask d to some action alonghiline- tu Arkansas evangelist is preach a tbat heaven is in the sun This ii vht do in the winter time with Itru coo and cola trollops but in the lkdujs the other place would hate to ubstlruted lEAP RATES SOUTHWEST 5v urth m Mipsrfur Arkftbsa Ltiiibiaiui and IVxas Honteskera Opportunities Heros your chance Very low 01 HWUV and round trip rime Suthwest this winter abont half she regular farft tw c4 a month IP rby dotes are Dec 15 1908 fltt 5 and 19aui Fb2 and 10 1904 Oxvl tim to visit Siusli el Misoon Arkaueaf Louis Mi or Txs Hid pink outs a lIcii- tiut Round trip tickets pnrmit stop vor on the going trip return lima it 21 days Write and tell us your iTarting point and where you want co go We will tell you exactly what your tickHtwillcost one way or round tripwee willsee That your hug age ie checked and that you are comfortably located o th right tram Write for our luafrated d soripcivw literatnr maps list of real estate HgentH td let Ut help yon find a better huiiB in the country along the Otto Belt Riute Write today to L 0 S baffwr PA OntKu Bit Route Oil ti 0 r E H LHuUU1R G P 1 A COUOD BhltHrui St LouisMo The name of Internal Revenue- teutmtsaaner Yerkes 1m bean men Mtmed in connection with the Presl rieooy nf Central University out will prohablyneit bn considered seriously hv anybody While Air Yerkes Is rsonally a pleasant and polished entleman he is a very pronounced and missive politician check full ortlper nicious activity and no institution KI Iarninir could alTord to have Rtich a political pHrtlsan at Its head It is thehstlhtlunsend will not lIve any serious consid eraton to Mr Yerkes in this coo action 0i A t j r Rev Ceo Baker a wellknown preacher of Burneidp was udrf ly stricken with blindness As the result of tho falling cf bridge being built across tho Red river in Tennessee one man was killed and three others were seri ously injured CHEAP LAXDS For Homeseckers and Colonies- The country along the Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkan sis Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate Rood water cheap building material abund ance of fuel and soil that will often in a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as eheap as 250 an acre prairie land landbpartly cleared land at 810 and 815 per acre up Some fine propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres thisylands in the famous peach and toman belt of East Texas at 810 to 820 per informationyabout cheap rates excursion dated so literature descriptive of this great country and let us help you find a home that will cost you no more than- the rent you pay every year rEiW LABBAUM a p S T A Cotton Belt Route St LouisMo The tobacco market at Hopkins ville has not yet been opened on account of the unfavorable weatb kera + Cr M WISEMAN SON + rWBLBRS and OPTtOl VVS Dealers in Diamonds and Precious Stones o Special attention given to work andI all ordersof goods In our line 132 West Market between 1st and 2nd- OpoiteMuicliell LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY A man who escaped from the penitentiary in Texas was captur ed through the aid of a former fellow convict FOLLOW THE LAG DAILY L September 15th to Nov SObh VoryJow 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 th above low rate excursions 8kI your local ticket agent or write the undersigned- F W Greene D P Wabash R R 2234th Ave Louisville Ky The stockyards and packing in dustries of St Louis will be start ed again in order to fight the trust A former member of the New Yorkstock exchange who was not kiiod t poBsogR any wealth Inft nearly 1000000 toawuman whoe family had befriended him thinking he was poor A female iuisor was killed by train in New York State and on her person was found 2 000 A negro guide in Mammoth Caw was arrested on th charge of Billing liquor in the cave without a license THOUSANDS SAVED BY DR KINGS NEW DISCOVERY posltivelyBronchitis Asthma Pneu monia Hay Fever Pleurisy La Grippe Hoarseness Sore Throat CoughEveryCure No Pay Price 50clTrial bottle free Countetas fATTERSON HOTEL JHmSTOiniN KY IW Np botter place own be found than at the above named hotes is new elegantly f Kuished and the table at alltimes supplied with tho best the market aJjrds Feed Stable in connection J B PATTERSON DR JAMES MENZIE8 EFFRIESor ROOM 6 s Columbia Ky O TEOP T Y Consu1tation Nand Examination Free at Office Alt dseasea Treated H RNESSI ARBe 8ADDKB8 HAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell them Ican furnish YU uivthi e in Saddlery Buggies Bud Farm Machinery Call and see me W JACKMAN COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 0 e O W 0 MURRELL J F TRIPLETT i MDRRELL TRIPLETTI Directors and U The above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and Caskets and are ready to serve families who may need anything in their line They will also keep Comns of their own make and wit sell every thing in their line at the lowest prlczs A hearse will furnished and see themover Jackmans Harness and iCall hei 4 44 O 4BOSLER BROTHERS JOBBERS OF Shoe Store Supplies Shoemaker Supplies Leather and Findings Harness and Lace Leather Send for Catalogue 521 W Market Street Louisville t Kentuckj Telephone 5601 THE NEYITT HOTEL rax=saaooPxwa was 523 WEST M AB KET STREET Between Fifth and Sixth RH NEVITT Prop LOUISVILE KY I I 0000 ADAIR COUNTY NEWS tTHE 100 Per Year iCOURIERJOURNAL 100 Per Year i NEWS and COURlERrJOURNAL Ii 150 PER YEARv Subscribe ana fceep pdsteb on tbe current happenings of the Dap jibe Hews trice can fc i not be excelled in neat job work 11l l4 W p BR NbENBURG i 1JE LER636 W MARKET Above 7th KENTUCKYt a Full line of Watcbes Diamonds Jewelry Spectacles and Clocks First class Watch and Jewelry repairing at reasonable prices ewly Furnished American Plan 8100 Per Day Nic Boslers Hotel A1EALS 25c NIG BOSLER Manaaer Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solioitedl SIECorner Second and Jefferson Streets Louisville O r K6DtuGIjL f DILLER BENNETT CO fManufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in FURNITUREOFFICE and tit AKEHOOMS 521 W Main St LOUISVILLE KY I DEHLER B OTHERSi 116 Eiist Market Street LOUISVILLE KENTtjQ yft Carry All Heights r1l STOCK SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES CX 0000 FIFTH E HOTEL 73r53ib 0QSTREETS LOUT SWlt E KENTUCKY I Refurnished coatod and 4tREE5 Remodeled AFlrstclassI Hotel at Popa rProos Convenient to Wholesale and Retail Districts Churches and Theatres y Pike Campbell Gel Scheirck Assti Mpr Q C 0 d000GOT00 0000000 000 Rich PiTaleI et h JEWELER 122 W Market Street J U Jisvill et Jferiucky BEAT LINE QF Lam WATCH STAND CLOCK SIN THE City Sfeeerhug Silver and Plated Waraliff1 all thelJe esfc Designs Come buy your engagement and wedding rings Guaranteed repairing i specialty Highest prices paid for pearls DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR ifFENCESALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES FOR FIELD FARM AND HOG FENCING THE ONLY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FENCE EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT i c The DURABLE Fence None so STRONG All large wires Highest EFFICIENCYj a 32 T 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