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T LFbt LJbnir nennt NtwVOLUME 7 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 171904 NUMB R 11 POST OFFICEDIREC TORY J M RUSSELL POSTMASTER If T BAKER DEPUTY hours week days 730 am to 930 r COURT DJREUrORY uiuri Couxr Three sessions a yearThinl Monday in January thinl in and Lthird in September Circuit JudgeIL C Baker Commonwealths Attorney A A HuddleJbn Sheriff FW Mille- rCireuitClerkJ F Neat GauarFirst in each month JudgeT A MurrelLtoCounty AttorneyJas Garnett Jr ClerkTiRStllt JailerJ K P Conover AssesaorE W Burton SurveyorrR T SuptW Jones Coroner cCoURTRegulal court each monthdjJudgeT C Davidso- nAttorneyConlon Montgomery MarshalG T Flowers Jr OLLURCII DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN Itev W C Clemens pavtorJServicessecand and fourth Sundays in each month Sundayschool at 9 a In every Sabbath Prryermeeting every Wednesday night METHODIST STREETReV F E Icwis pastorl Services and third Sundays in each Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST STREETReV J P Scruggs pastor First and third Sundays in each month Sunday every Sabbath at a In Prayermeeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN PIKE pastor Services and fourth Sundays each month SundaySchool every Sabbath at 930 a m lrayermeeLing Wednesday night LODGES rft MASONIC No F and A MRegnlar meeting in their hall over bank on Friday night on or before the full is each month Gonlon Montgomery W M James Garnett Jr Secretary R A M No meets Friday night after full moon Horace Jeifries II P w W Bradshaw Secretary M 7 DSTO NE have an MAD stoNE which has been tried In about one cases hundrldt snakebites with good results an cite au to many of the area Write orc on me CARP KNOX KY JA DU LWORTl BOBBITT HOTEl LEBANON KYJ J D BOBBl1T SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0IQrN vly and neatly furnished ilea beds Special accommodations for commercial men Rates reasonable Trade ot Adair and adjoining counttes sicttcJlv solicited Ct M WISEMAN SON + OANSrDealers In Diamonds and rreclous Stones 0erJal attention given to work and WMarketeata opwltsMnstcttu LOUISVr E KEVTUOg BELLS HOTEL Lebanon B6JIIioor6t01 0This hotel Is located opposite the N Depot and Is a splendid place which to stop Good meals excelle attention arid the rates very reaso adjoiningJtf r s ll ADVANTAGES OF DRi WIXG The tollowloR paper was read lJefurl the LIndsay Wilson Training School by Miss Arlie Garoct Drawing Is one ut the most useful and practical sunjrcLs taught In our achos There set ms to be a good many tuts taken Ideas concernIng the uses and purposes of drawing and painting The generaloplnlonseemy to be that It Is merely an accomplishment and only for Ilrls who have plenty of time and monEY and great talent What Is talent any wa Can you tell mt The best definition I have ever heard Is that it Is a Cap tcity for hardwork It t1i a t Is so why shoudnt buys also have il As to Its beIng an accomplishment I grant Suu that but I hope to prove toyuur satisfaction that It Is also a mot useful and practical study By the best educators drawing Is coming more and more tube considered a necrssary part ot the education of every child In the best schools It taugbtln every grade as an std thero studies as well as to illustrate tlem Drawing Is as natural to children as Is talkIng and Is one ut theIr firstI modes uexpreaYluD We teach them to speak crrrectly why not teach them to draw correctly We Use every tf- tortto Increase their powers Ift xpres- slon by means fit lan uygP why not by means ot pencil brush chatty clay and other medium I sht ud as soon think othavlnlachlld walt till he has mastered hIstory aid geography before earning to write as to have him watt till he is nearly grown before begin nlng to draw Ile Is set to studying music as slon Is he can all on a piano stool why not have him begin study Ing drawing as as soon as he fyable to hold a pencil Drawing should be studIed early and always It should grow with hIs growth The study ot drawing trains the hand to nett and ladle actIon and the eye and mind to alert and close obsern- vatlutl tt broadens the mInd and pands its p rceptive faculties It gives a wider outlook and more reserve pow er Through the study ot drawing and kindred subjects we learn to ubsetve form and color with definite Interest and attention to consider the relation ot tbrm and purpose which underlie all IndustrIal construction and be come tamlllar with good form and or and harmony of proportion and with good pictures Art may be consIdered under three heads Representation Decoration and Construction Representation or Pictural Art has to 90 with things as they appear to the eye This phase ot art has a wide range on thl plain breadand butter utiiiLrian or industrial sIde InclUd Inn every sort ot picture makIng for mere Informations sake or for commercial convenience It has a wide range on the educational sidE includ Ing the childs illustrative sketches made In the service or tbeoth school studies In connection with arithmetic lEssons geography lessons lessons In natural science etc It has a wide range on the artistic and aesthetic side Including all artistic picture making Decaratlon the art of ornament has to do with the consecration ot a thing tots purpose through the element of appropriate beauty It has wIde industrial application evident on the most cursory consideration ot cur rent IndustrIal affairs It has deep educational slgnlfic3ncenot only In volving valuable training far eye and hand In Its specifIc exercises but also opening up to the student the best and most significant phases ot human hIs tory the chronIcle of the life otthe past ages in hIstoric ornament as well as inviting the creative powers or pils along aefthetlc The practical importance of decorative art Is endless SInce Its range extends from the humblest scratched border on an Aztec bowl to the Parthenon frieze from the pattern of a necktie to t wall panels of the Congressional brarpit constitutes a practically lim- Itless field both for study and for dlvldual creativeactivlty In the whole realm or mans Industrial work The study ot Construction deals with Lhe eternal tactsof matter for ce and geometjyr 16 their relation to mandsoctal ueeds Here mans crea- tlve power Is used In meeting definite social needs Hete use and geometry reign supreme The range of cu struc- tlvedraw1nIClnludesfJn oneblnd the simplest pattern used by a tinsmith or dressmaker and on the other band the engireers most elabrate r grams for the buflding or anocean steamsh Ip architecYLs ot plans elevations fora huge city office buildIng Its practical bear1n on daily life and dustryls settevident Its educttlo- al a value Is seen when one consIders thatconstructive drawing has wltlprecisefacts do of matter force and mathematics Its trains to accurate thinking and tqlnct dOln About rlg6 will not answer In constructive work Tne worker Is held up ttJ abso artLls of islnestlmahnt le afiat form arid structure of all m1ns Industrial and archltectual creation tiallbulldfngsfurniture utensils in Ia word practically all the things lead makes and ot the machinery and tools with which lie makes them Referring to the Lindsay Wilson rrlnlng School she said This beau lIrul buildIng could not have been so accurately planned and so well con structEd without a knowledge otdraw log and the Improvements on the mpusthe laying oQ ut drives and walks and the groupIng ot trees and plants will test the artistic sense ot those who make the plans I know ot no calling In which a knowledge otdrawng Is not advanta geous A farmer wishing certain kinds of Implements can have them made just as he likes It he can make exact drawings An Inventor In order to obtain a pat- ens must send a drawing ot hIs Inven tion to Washington and saves from 500 to 10000 on each Invention It he- nca make his own drawings Lawyers Physicians Dentists Min Inters and all professions find a knowledge of drawing exceedingly useful It would be a reflection on your telligence to mention the number ot ways In which housekeepers dress makers milliners society women shoemakers smiths carpenters jewelers and all kinds of manufacturers could use It tout long since I was talking to a miller who was lamenting not having studied Iii I could mention numbers or such cases whIch have come under my per annul knowledge but It would consume too much time In the best schools all the teachers areexpected w know something drawlDgand the tIme Is coming when teachers cannot obtain the best punt buns unless they have a practical knowledge ot It Thus you see art is not the mere ac cumplishment It Is snuffer considered but on the other hand a very useful study having an Intesely practical sIdeMost all ot It should make us more apprecIative or the loving kindness at our Heavenly Father In surrounding us wIth so much that Is beautiful My subject Is nut nearly xhausted but I will quit as I began wIth the statementDrawing is one ot the nost useful and practical subjects taught our schools PHIL The merchants ot thIs place are do ing a good busIness Mr Charley Edwards ot Liberty passed through here Saturday J B Carson has been on the sIck list far the past week J and K P Smith ot Font Hill attended the MasonIc and Maccabe- Lodges here Saturday Mss Lula Thomas was at home Sun day accompanied hy MIss Levona Rig gins Mr Rome Wheeler and Cheste- Rutsetl r made a flying trip to Evona Saturday 1Bro Wyatt Montgomery filled bls appointment at Antioch Sunday nd Sunday night JJ Toms sold a fine lot ot tombs last week Adi Coffey is quite sIck with the measles Cleo Thomas of this place was tn Yosemite lStSund y TIlE fAN iJf l CANAL 1d fatEN Payment for the Panama Canal seems near at hand Last week the Secretary ot the Treasury Issutd a warning order to national banks hold- Ing Government peposts to be prepared to pay on short notice to the deco Itorv banks In New York 20 per cent ot their deposits Government expenditures have hoer so large In propor- tlon to receipts that this callis deem ed Imperative Us practical effect op the money market will be awaited with laterrst fahedeposItory beaks In New York No part ot It will go Into the Treasury the United States there will be locking up ot money even temporarl In the vaults of the rreasury D turbance of money market condltlo wtllj therefore be reduced to t mlnlmutr It Is oven psslble that the tollh drawatot Government deposIts will ultImately operate to bring about easier monetary condItions Natl banks have the right to take out eulatlon to the full amount of their capItal s ok furnishing Govethme bonds as security A bank for ample having SooOOO capital 500000 circulation and 1500OOOGoverhm depuslt cquld order 8300000 addltl at clrculatfon have Its bonds trannt erg ed to the circulation account and ti be reimbursed for the withdrawal alid payment ot 8300000 as per the orde the Srcretary Many ot the national banks throughout the c untrywhlch hold Government deposits have never takes out circulation to the1u11 amount ot their capitalization and some ot them will probably flna flee the operation In ths way The probabYltylathat very llttJeot the money it any pall to the depost tory hanksor New York will actually go out of the country There are two reasons why this Is true New York bankers some tlme Since made avy f purchasesesofPaaama Canal stock a t concessions in antlclpatlQn the pay went Intact Itt stated that thoreater portlon of this stock Is now be countryThtsbeing sImply collect from the Government though the banks la New York an the money m not be withdrawn from circulation Furthermore News York Bankerss have been heavy pur chasesrsot foreign f c for sometime with a view W reducing the pay m eat of that portion o the purchas- icepr which Would otherwise go out o the country In gold to a simple change operatIon which Is made pos- sIble by the tact that a large credit balance snots Europe to favor of this country Hence It the transac lion lasuccessfully financed as outlln ed the money supply ot the country will be increased by just the amount of additional circultatloD which tb banks dealre and orb Jn a position take out But all ot the backs will not be abl to take out additional circulation some ot them would probably not car to du so In any event I would devolve upon these bank to wttbdra- their Government bonds In sufficient amount lo release 20 per cent otGuv ernment deposits secured by them and either lock these bonds up In their own vaults ur else authorize their sale In the former case th banks would have to remIt tbelr20 per cent ot Government depsiis to New York In the latter case they would simplY retain their deposIts and sell their bonds to make good the amount called for The bonds command a premIum so the banks wouldhave something lei over and above their par value though the sale otrmanp bonds would naturally lower the market prIce Incidentally the Baltimore fivtt may operate to that en lJas the large Insurance companies will probably be forced to market a great many securities to pay the enormous losses that have been sustained The circular ot the Secretary makes It plaIn that all banks hOlding special Goveonmentdeposltssec red by moot copal bonds blunt first withdraw such bonds to meet the payments before they will be permitted lO surrender witnh the Treasury ThIs wllf naturally reo suIt In eltminatinga large amount munlclpa1 bondSas set utty for Government deposits which were obtained some time ago whpD the Secretor or the Treasury wok measures to lieve an anticipated stringency In money marketduring the crop movl- aperiodCuurlerJournal POLITICS ALL RIGHT bee ratlfiedby the United Senate and many or the democratic Senators e will vote for It Those who have had double bout the justice b7 our part In the Panama fir have openly denounced will In a good many instances try W be content with their expre sl D ut views on the subject and argue that the new republic Is afixed tact and the only power there Is to n gotlate canal treaty with And nearly everybody has enthuslastlcaJly reached the conclusIQjJ tbougbU1aI of them have hgot tli re by mental routes which they do dot rocognlze themselvesthat we must have L- baterway e w There mbe no revlslpn ot the toll at the present session ot Congress and ll on In Its TheTy money question wlllremafD Indefinitely in Provldentlal Congrei will not investigate irregularities In the conduct ut the Government By convention time Congress wlll proba1- bly have adjourned without either the Republicans or Democrats havit g projected dn issue But there will be plenty to fight about One or the things the demo crass cann worry the republicans with will be the failure to apply cures to conspicuous ills It wijl always be In order for the democrats to demand The0t 1eoft a nochange aleIprinted a month or slx weeks ago propheas to plattorlJl It Intimate that the Pres- Idential campaign was then In embry- otl state andsald that tike polIticIans t ecou wouldlnow a great ualdeal more three months atterwa rd The tbn e months are not up yet A littleensto informationez and knowl Three months may not be long noughto reacha solid poll bnCalbaslsoreven a ground work i tethgentspeculatlon There Daybe suddenlyus Qf 1heJmay deferred lntH the alt arkrhorses maybe kept blaoJreted u t til the hell gl es the signal W gul detllmoment otConventions Who can what map happen before Juneand- ly We may be hi a war by that time And really this is no laughing mat ter We havts theebJps and we have the moneysndthere Is a fIghting spirit In th attD9s bereC nClnnatl Enquirer 1 BALLOT LEGISLATION lodefinateposlpooement of cnL91- dation ot the IIrthn bill by thPLegls tutors weans that all attempts to eliminate the negni yr ttJ Is dead tor lit least the presetitligislative sessIon legislaturejtasd there is some solid ground for xcuse far that body There Is a contest pending before congress over identically the sumo law Kentuckyea thfe law unconstitutional The Inevitable effect ut tbly action would be the un seating or the entire Kentucky con gressloual delegation eected under PrHoweverIng registration of all voters In towns from the tlrt to the lxth class has Kent0ckyethe Legislature will give the pen themselveeupon a return to open furwgiven Glasgow Times REMEMBERED MEETING MtRK Apropos ot Mark TwaIn tondo- Sketch telly the following story blur observed once at a public dinner the he had written a trlendly letter t Queen VictorIa protesting against a tax being Levis 1nIogland on his head on the ground that It was n gas works I dont know you he wrote but I have met your son He was at the head ot a possession In theStrand and I was on a bus Years afterward he met the King at Homburg and they had a lung talk Atparttng th Klog saId I am glad to have met you again That last word trorlbled Mark whu asked whether the King had not mis taken hIm for some one else The re ply Why dont you relpembe meeting me In the Strand when I was at the heart of the prcession and you were on a bus revealed the streogr at royal memOrIes FIRST BLOOD FOR THE TAPS St Petersburg Feb lnG20 a m A telegram has ben received fro m Viceroy AlexlElY It Is dated February 9 and says fitteeyn cruisers n w bombard Port Arthur The tortress welghegd a e battle A later telegram from the Viceroy says that atterabombardment lasting one hour the Japanese squadron teas ed Its fire and steamed uuthward lOur losses the Viceroy continues are two naval dicers and littyone men wounded and nine men killed and on the Coast batteries one man killed and three wounded During theengagement the battle ship Pltava and the cruIsers Thaw Askold and Fovlk were each damage on the water line The damage to the fortress was not Important Admiral AleqlelY amplftplDq his first telegram to the Czar on the tot pedo boat action now telegraphs tallow I most humbly report to your perIal majesty that the three Injured vessels were out sunk nor were their their boilers or engines damaged Ti Czarevltch received a hole In b steering department and her rudder was damaged the lletvizan was dam aged In her pumping apparatus under the water line and the Pallada was Injured amidshIps not tar tram her espines After the explosIons the crulseas hastened Immediately to their assist once and In spIte ot the dark night measures were taken to bring the damaged vessels to the harbor We had no lust In officers Two marines were killed five were drowned an enemyheTwo unexploded torpedoes were foui aafter the attack Backed up by the citizens of Chardon a little town near Cleveland Ohio Thomas HosslAr drl wagonafor two years has been carrying on war with the Standard Oil Co At different times the mammoth concern has SQlltlval wagons into considerIIably could reach and wake a living The citizens stuck to the indepenI tlordent dealer and in each ease the Rockefeller octopus has been forcI- ed out of the small field r says triumphantly hA man who hat his neighbors behind cant be beaten by an old millionaire A of twentyfive men is MadisonnuntellJufor the murders Qf Station Agent William B Rucker at Danville The aggregate reward for the ar rest and conviction of the slayers is 1350 I have six twoyear old ste for sale 1fVf What Tarter Ky i 4 Craycraft The health of this community is very good at present J N Murrell was in Columbia oneday last week visIJames Conover Saturday night Alex MurreU was at the Russell Springs one day last week U Cravens onepairBorn to Howard Murrella boy Mrs L Dehart of Russell is visiting relatives at this Springsr SamPrice hereonJ 1acresnitbunch ttKnob Lick Springcountryplacek vicinityo leaveinMiss Do Cummins was quite sicksevscat days of last week There is but little to report from this section The people are generally well goodewho fotheirm away from lest they be tempted to sell Terry Pedigo of Glasgow were in cavarhorsesTaylor and one from Henry Durnett Messrs Willie and Eugene Stark who Californiahave been visiting their parents for a month afewMr J H Lee has sold his softy dweUingpressfewdaysRota The contrasting parties had nev aImonthagothrough a matrimonial agency arele1ving THE AMERICAN FARM FENCE Has StayWirenighPRICES Jones CompanyHardware a9N0316 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Everything for the farmer at the ordersesoliciteder are nearly all gone and now the middle aged with their families are leaving Some are going to the Northwest and some to the South and Southwest SPICY PARMIRnPJS Atlanta Constitution CyJum btu is the Rip Vun Winkllj of nil nations The succeda anOpllll theHgueUucleSam is about to digrprecbdent to Panamadigging ditch The traits Pacific cables were rsrlastearilTo atBaltimoreA partitIonWar prevent it thePanamaNo spot cotton for sale would enm to be a conclusive answer to the bear I told you so makefatlin names in the war news empressdowager mobllJ for It makes alight easy Thextent to which modern seamltodependof the firth It is to be ii ped the U Ssenate will try Dietrich on the merits and not on the technicalitIes of the CABs The democratic party awaits the leadershipuf u man possessed of the spirit or cotvprotniso wol1as the spirit of democrat3 Oh yes war makes times 11uFh Perhaps YlU notice this when you are in the market for flour nnd other npceesuips of Jife gGeogia through her United States senators elands whet he Sovnth should on the Panama canal ql1es lion Territorytbales of cotton the past season As if that was wore not statehood argument enough Newly Furnished American Plan 8125 to S150 Per Day NiB 5o1ors HOt61 MfIlS 25G NIG BOSLER Manager Patronage of the Green River Section Respectfully Solicited StreetsaK6ntUGku t J C BROWNING R P BROWNING BROWNING BROS COLUMBIA LIVERYMEN Splendid Vehicles firstclnss teams safe drivers OarScabla at aU ttmeeie well stocked with provender Your trade so lioite- dEntranceWater Street New outfits for tell purposes GROOERIES9 JKeep a Fre hand Complete Stock of Groceries W ill Sell as Cheap as Any Man Country Produce Taken in Exchange fr Goods Give Me a Partof Your Jrade a dTry1fty Values f5iSOUTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE f 0 A COY i 1t1 iiitlPublished Every Wednesday BY THENewso dair au INCOapORA TED claae HARRIS Idltor Democratle newRpnper devoted to tho of the city or Columbia and tho people or and r adjacent e1tmtcs Entered at the iumbla rabofilca na second dais man matter WEDNESDAY 1f 1904 The war in the far East goes on and in every engagement up to now the Japs have come out victorious The Cantrell SchoolBook Bill became a law without the signa ture of the Governor To Mr Beckham there were some objectionable features and he refused to sign it The pension bill now before Congress appropriates 149878 999 This looks like a marked down pricea kind of bargain counter arrangment Why no make it an even 150000000 The Louisville Nashville i branching out A commercial stronghold will be established at Atlanta and Mr George E Evans fourth Vice President will have charge of the field The Hunter men organized th Committee of Knox county la week There was much excite ment in the meeting and a dispatch from Barbourville says a dozen pistols were drawn Or der was finally restored Mr D C Edwards who is candidate Tor the Republican nomination for Congress in the Eleventh district and who is also contesting the seat of RepreSen tative IIunter was married in London last Thursday to Mis Lida IIoge The wedding was a very quiet affair There is scarcely a doubt about the guilt of Tames McDonald who has been arrested charged with the murder of Miss Shaefer the Bedford Ind school teacher His bloody coat and muddy shoes were found in his house and when taken to the scene of the crime he quivered and fell in a swoon He is a marriedman a teamster and his object was assault Secretary Hay has addressee notes to Russia and Japan invit ing theircooperation in the movement started by the United State to preserve the integrity of China by the abservance of the neutral ity of that nation inlocalizing the field of war Secretary Hay has r e c j eve d enough favorable replys from the European Powers to warrant this action No ieference is made to Korea An American warship will no doubt be sent to Chemulpo to majntain communication with the American Minister at Seoul The George bill passed the Ken tucky Senate on the 10th provid ing that the people be allowed to vote to change the constitution to change from the secret sys tern of voting and return to the viva voce way We believe that a change in the manner of voting would be good and wholesome to the State but are not particular ly stuck with the viva voce system however we much prefer it to the present We favor a gen eralregistration law and can see no reason why it should not ap ply to the country as well as to the cities Registration is a safeguard against illegal voters and along the borders of our State as well as in the interior Such a requirement in our judgment is absolutely necessary and would not be a burden to the voters nor an impositition on any political party After registration is required Ye believe that every voter should vote by ballot either secretly or openly just as he chooses We do not believe that the law should specify that it should be open or closed but allow every man theright to determine K for himself Whatwe need is a f system that will give every man r the privilege to do as he prefers We have never favored the be- behindthe tainpo1icy neither have we everfelt that the law was a protection to the timid In our opinion it affords an op portunity to the floaters to sell to both parties and to cover up the crime As we see this secret system it serves as a cloak for manyto cover up the sale of their suffrage and claim respectability and to the open honest voter to independtaence We hope to see the system abolished and return to the un restricted ballot to be used only by registered voters whose rights are unquestioned in every case First Victories For Japan Japans naval victories over Russia to date show the following vessels sunk damaged or captur ed in two days of war PaUada secondclass cruiser displacement 6630 tons 11614 horse power new sunk Retzivan firstclass armored battleship displacement 12700 tons 16000horse power 165 knots new damaged Czarevith firstclass armored battleship displacement 12700 tons 16000horse power 165 knots new damaged Variag secondclass unarmor- t ed cruiser displacement 6500 tons 20000horse power 22 knots new sunk disIpower 11 knots launched in 1886 blown up and sunk Poltava launched 1894 length 376 feet beam 69 feet draft 27 feet displacement 11000 tons screwtguns twelve 6inch guns and thirtysix small caliber quick fires slightly damaged Novik protected cruiser dis placement 3000 tons 18000 horse power 25 knots slightly damag- a ed Three transports carrying 2 000 troops reported captured on Korean coast Four Russian whalers reported captured- For several months the rela tions between Russia and Japan have been in a strained condition and at times war seemed inevita ble then again it wouldappear that diplomacy would solve the situation and the dark clouds of threatened war would give way tQ the bright and hopeful signs of peace and goodwill but diplo mats were not able to handle the trouble and the arbiter is the cannon War has been declared and some of Russias powerful ships have been destroyed and disabled by the deadly aim of the Japs The people of this coup try are familiar with the trouble that prompts those nations to en g ge in the bloody deeds of war and while our government has declared neutrality yet the sentiment of Americans are decided ly faverable to the Japs So far as we are interested and so far as we are able to understand the situation we do not believe Japan to be wholely in the right nor Russia entirely wrong The ava rice of Russia has led her too far east has placed her in territory that should be free from her grasp and her aggressive busi ness methods are menacing toI the interests of Japan but Japan has been hasty and turned loose her guns before the workers for peace had reached the end or ex hausted all resources and hopes Russia is strong in arms and means but must fight her battles at great distance from home Japan may win Russia may be the victor but one thing cer thin millions of money will be squandered thousands of lives blotted out the world made poor er but likely wiser War is a dreadful game It strikes down the innocent as well as the guilty it leaves desolation despair and ruin it changes happiness to misery and leaves mourning in itsJ wake We trust that these na tions may early settle their troubI les rather than drench their coun othernationstion The following is the strength of the two Sixtyone vessels in far Eastern waters The standing army consists of 3450000 men- Available for action in the far East 295000men Naval force 65000 officers and men Thereserve force numbers 30 000 Eastern Flotilla includes 8 bat tleships 5 armored cruisers 8 protected cruisers 50 torpedo boats and 12 torpedo boat de stroyers JAPAN Warships prepared for action 114 Army based on war footing numbers 195000 men Naval forces 31500 officers and menNaval reserve 7000 officers and men But few books ever met with greater favor than Mr Harry Sommers travels In Three Con tinents We have not as yet had the pleasure of seeing a copy but judging from the many news paper eXpressions It is the most interesting production offered to the public in many years Mr Sommers is a historian and a writer of marked ability Mr F J Campbell the popu lar editor of the Somerset Journal one among our spicy exchan ges has been appointed a mem her of the Board of Equalization During his stay in Frankfort his paper will be managed by Mr Woodson May The Japanese navy is made of 6 battleships 22 armored sers 3 gunborts 15 torpedo boa destroyers 38 first class torped- boats and 48 second and thir class torpedo boats Fonthill Not seeing any thing in the News from this place for puite awhile and hearing subscribers wondering what had become of the writer at Fonthill I concluded to send in a few items Business at this place is good D Jeffries of Lincoln county bought 2 steers of M J Smith at 3e J H Smith sold 1 pair mules to A M Foley for 190 and bought of J C Wilson 2 mules for 325 J II Smith made a contract with Campbellsville Lumber Co for one million feet of logs One yard at Font loll 800000 feet G B Smith sold J H Smith a farm for 1750 R P Smith of IrviRs Store attend ed the wedding of Mr Elvin Shepherd to Miss Ella Foley at the home of A R Foley J II Smith sold one horse to V G Rexroat for 7500 and bought of A M Foley 4 steers at 3e J II Smith D C hopper R P Smith J K Butcher G B Wade and B H Harris members ot Font Hill Lodge 752 Fand A Mattended Antioch Lodge Casey county Ky Saturday Feb 6 and witnessed Third Degree conferred on E D Compton and Montgomery Riggins Rev J L Atkins closed a meeting at Friendship with 35 additions to the church The following are the officers of Font Hill Lodge No 652 F A M J A Webb W M J H Smith S W Dr L D Hammond J W D C Hopper Sec J M Russell Treas- J K Butcher Tyler B H Harris was appointed S D and Herschel Dunbar J D R P Smith l Stuarts- G B Wade Regular meetingS 2nd Saturday night in each month Visiting Breth ren cordially invited Dunnvllle Quite a lot offencing was blown down on the 8th The foot bridge was com pletely destroyed Mont Fox of Danville was here last week buying mules S J Bell and W C Cundiff have 100 head of hogs to seed for market Mrs Thos Bells children gave her a surprise birthday dinner Thursday Miss Bettie Wilkinson of Liberty visited here last week I N Hadley has contracted to carry the mail from hero to Jamestown until July 1 An old darkie told R S Rectors for tune last week She predicted a bright future for him Sparksville All of our merchants are enjoying a fine trade Mr M Wooden of this place has gone into the merchantile business We wish him sucess A M Wheeler will erect a handsome dwelling at this place in a short time The grocery drummers have been plentiful this week- SundaySchool every Sunday morning at 9 oclock at Antiochchurch Mr Grant Collins is visiting friends in Russellcounty Corn is selling at cts per bushelat this place Mrs TiMon Wheeler is on the sick list Persons throughout Adair and adjoin ing counties will bear in mind that the News office is the place to get stock designsand t r r DRESSED LUMBER We the undersigned proprietors of the Planing Mill ilocated on Sulphur Fork desire to say that we are ready to deliver all kinds oN1umbrr In the town of ColumbIa at the very lowestprlces ROUGH LUMBER We also keep upoo the yard a large supply of undressed lumber which we will deliver upon the same terms AU we ask Is to examine our material and get our prices Morrison Sandusky Columbia Roller Mill oo IWe manufacture and White the SOUI Bran of F and Iou r buy Wheat and Corn and the market cash price payi keep a large stock rith make and from other mills of Flour We furnish all kinds of Rough Lumber Orders promptly filled isMyers Staples Robertson Kentuckyd E 6HUGHES 60 SASH DOORS BLINDSA- ND All Kinds of Building Material WRITE FOR IESTIMATES 123 125 E Main St LOUISVILLE KY jjSPR ii if1 T tl1RijSS J E HUMBLE PROP- usse1I Springs Ia tuck raabc iTms is ONE OF TilE BEST HOTELS IN SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY The Rooms are Large Well Furnished and the Table Supplied With the Best the Country Affords HEALTIICURING WATER LIVERY ATTACHED Frank A McDonogh The Kentucky Stove and Tinware Company I- NHEATERSRANGESCOA L and Wood Cook Stoves Plain and Marbellzed Iron naotels Wood nANTELS EXTRA CABI NETS Iron Mantles complete 950 up Wood Mantles Tile Facing and Hearth ClubHouse Trimi sings 19 75 up A OAR 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 Wm F JEFFRIES SON 1 JO I1NBOEKE BROS Go WHOLESALE HATS CAPS AND STRAW GOODS FALb CITY BRANDS Merchants are respeotftilly invited to can and see ourstoo1c OVISVILL KY ISLCKENSDERFER PRICES Niagara No 3- 5No7 to Electric 3sLLICHT t NiagaraSibNoS No771bElectric TOJcBOW It I to prefer It Over 80000 IaVae- Call or send for Catalogue 8After 8 years hard usage and Improvements the Bllckensderter Type writer Is conceded to be one of the best most efficient and must durable standard machines on the market regardless of price It can be kept In per ect working condition for as long atime as any other machine built at one tenth the cost WashingtonGENERAL O C Virginia West Virginia Deleware and Kentucky NEW LIVERY FIRM MASSIE CHEWNING COLUMBIA KY 0We have just purchased the livery stable from the late firm o- fStaples Robertson Oo 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 IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST DIAMOND WALL PLASTER Ready for use at All Seasons Not affected by frostor freezing weather Guaranteed to be the Best Plastering MaterIal on the market Indorsed by all architects Manufactured by Kentucky Wall Plaster Co IncI Brook and River Both Phones 2287 Louisville Sy WOODSON LEWIS JAS O LEWiSt UfOOdSOI lewis 8 Bro t ARENOWRECEIVING 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 Tw Horse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorse Cultivators TwoHorse Corn Plant ers =FERTILIZERTen car loads of Fertilizer We wiUsell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County New iwhen you fit write l WOODSON LEWIS BRQIJ Greensburg Kentucky THE MAROIJM HOTEL I COLUMBIA KY I IS A BRICK BUILDING OF Architecture containing 35 new neat MODERNI tilated rooms It is nicely furnished located and is the best hotel in Southern I Accommodations equal to the best city hotels Three good sample rooms for commArcial men M H MARCUM P Eopri t PERSONAL MENTION III Mrs R T McCall ree is quite sick Miss Effie Bradshaw was onthe sick list last week Mr E L Feese of Pellyton was in Columbia last Saturday Mrs J G Eubank was quite several days of last week Mr M H Marcum was quite sick several days of last week Mr J C Pelley of Pellyton has been quite sick for several days Mr Creed Haskins called upon his Columbia friends lastWednesday Mr E T Willis of Cave City is vis iting his mother Mrs Eliza Willis Mrs Miley Polly Sellersville Ind is visiting her mother in this county Mrs Jane Willis Mr J W Coffey is on the sick list and for several days has not been able to be at his shop Mr J 0 Russell and Mrs Kizzie Murrell are in Louisville and Cincinnati buying new goods Mesdames WA and Jo Coffey Jr spent last week with their aunt Mrs Ellen Wheat Montpelier Mr Claud Miller son of Mr Otho Miller of Moody Tex is visiting Judge T A Murrell and wife Mr Tom Ed Jeffries who has been sick for some time was in town Mon day looking as hale as in former years Mr T C Davidson left Monday morning for Lebanon where he has an appointment in the Revenue service Rev Jacob Mayfield of Somerset and W B Cave of Columbia are hold ing a protracted meeting at Providence this county Mr Milton Powell Jr wasinColum bia Monday and informea us thathewas still doing nothing and content with his Clarence Hurt son of Mr LB Hurt Montpelier returned to his home in Adair after a sojourn of a few months in the Sucker State Misses Ella Bow Hattie Ellington Lida Ellington Jessie Taylor Stella Conover and Marvin Ballou were pleas ant callers at this office last Friday Misses Claudie Bessie and Maggie Walker of Nell entered school here last Monday Their father Mr Brud Walker accompanied them to Colum bia Mr T R Stalls County Court Clerk who was taken quite sick last Satur day week was sufficiently recovered to be at his office last Thursday after JW White who resides with her husband on the farm of Mr John N Murrell was taken violently ill last Thursday night but is now much bet ter Mr Eli Burton the Assessor of Adair county and a merchant at Purdy has been a very sick man for several weeks He is now able to sit up but his condition is yet critical Mr T J Conover of Knifley was in town last Friday He stated that when he left home Steve Knifley was well and as sassy as a pig and that Pete Quinn was with his hounds running foxes Mr Charles Jeffries the afflicted son of the late T P Jeffries is dangerously sick and no hopes of his recovery are entertained His 39th birthday is next Saturday but he is not expected to sur vive that long His affliction has been great but he has had the best of atten i Henry Aaron of Dunnville late Commonwealths Attorney in this dis trict was in Columbia last Friday He stated that he would attend the Russell Circuit court and that there were more business docketed than any court for several years Mr Aaron intimated that he was not permanently located at Dunnville but was undecided as yet where he would buy property Mr J V White one of our best citi zens who has been on the puny list for some time has about regained his for mer rosy appearance Mr White has manifested considerable interest in our new location and new machinery which we highly appreciate He is also inter ested in the outlook for a Democratic candidate for President and is keeping up with the political conditions of the Bruce Montgomery who has been a compositor in this office for the past eight months has tendered his resignation and willquit the cases this week Mr Montgomery dislikes very much to give up his position but ill health necessitates a change He has not determined what business he will engage in after he recuperates He is a worthy young man and has filled his position here to the satisfaction of the management In whatever he under takes he will have the best wishes of The Adair County News Mr G A Prewitt cashier of the Bank of Liberty and one among the most accommodating gentlemen in Ken tucky has just returned from a four months stay in New Mexico Mr Prewitt left Liberty for his health and upon returning he weighed and found that he had gained fifty pounds He was perfectly delighted with New Mex ico and as a matter of course his res toration to health makes him feel like a new man There is no popular gentleman in Casey county than George Prew itt and his friends generally rejoiced when he returned looking the picture of health LOCAL JOTTINGS A large crowd was at the Presbyterian church last Sunday and Sunday night to hear Rev W C Clemens who preached to interesting sermons I have made heavy reductions on all kinds of heavy shoes both mans and womens Will sell you anything you wantin heavy shoes at a bargain W L Walker l r Horses Wanted- I will be in Columbia Wednesday Febit 24 1904 to buy horses must be in good flesh Claude Pemberton L W Bennett advertises in today News kBorn to the wife of Crockett McGa ha the 10th inst a son A few days ago the Louisville Post published a splendid picture of Miss Ni na Marcum this city The deepest snow of the Winter fell here last Wednesday It did not remain long upon the ground Stookmen who calculate upon getting out bills should remember that this of fice is prepared to accommodate them H A Walker sold to J A Diddle last Thursday two yearling mules for 235 Mr Walker has ten or twelve mules for sale- Painters andprprhangers have been busy at the store of Mr W L Walker for the past week All the inside wood work is to be painted white The Louisville tobacco market was rather brisk last week Best grades sold from 1050 to 1250 Lugs and trash sold at 460 to 150 r Last week our folding machine was put in operation and not accustomed to its use we placed the forms as to fold the first and fourth pages on the inside This week we give it in its properform I am now receiving a full line of Oli ver chilled plows and repairs Also wire and nails Call and get my prices I will save you moneyW L Walker Mr Scott Montgomery of this place sold Rev C R Payne business manager of the LindseyWilson a farm ly ing on the waters of Russells Creek for 1700 Mr Payne will have it cultivated The attention of the public is called to the ad of Morisson Sandusky in todays paper Mr Morrison can be reached by phone at his residence in this place every Saturday after four oclock and until Monday morning at 8 oclock Mrs W W Jones met with a very painful accident last Wednesday In going out the door at her residence she made a misstep and fell spraining one of her arms Dr C M Russell reduced the fracture and after a short time the patient was relieved of pain In a short while we hope to have our mailer in use and this will doubtless be appreciated by our subscribers as well as postmasters and ourselves Printed labels are more rapidly disposed of than ordinary handwriting Mr Gordon Montgomery has purchased a lot just above the residence of Mr Z M Staples and will have a large dwelling erected this Spring It is to be a modern twostory front and ell Mr J L McLean has the contract It is a very desirable lot and a handsome residence upon it will make the proper ty attractive and valuable Thos Hodgen a colored barber of Campbellsville has invented a face and neck duster with which to apply talcum powder A patent has been applied for and the inventor is daily receiving letters from tonsorial artists all over the United States Who knows but this humble colored mans genious will make him a large sum of money Stave men who are doing buisness in Adair and adjoining counties expect to ship hundreds of thousands during the Spring and Summer The timber throughout this section of the State is not exhausted and upon a number of plantations not a tree has been cut There are farms within a few miles of Columbia whose owners have not as yet sold a tree for stave purposes We take pleasure in publishing the statement elsewhere in this issue con cerning the closing of the doors otthe Burksville Banking Company card is an explanation setting up the true facts and shows that the business of the concern was in good condition when the doors were closed The state ment we had in last weeks paper was based upon an article which appeared in the Burksville Herald The Continental Tobacco Company offered a premium on the closest esti mate of cigars bearing 300 tax per thousand which the United States Gov ernment collected taxes during the month of November 1903 Mr E G Atkins of this place sent in an esti mate and was notified last week that he had forwarded a correct guess and that a package of fine cigars had been mailed to his address The lights which are to be erected up cturchbuildings few days and will be placed Tie ex pense of the lamps to be placed ire front of the houses of worship will be incurred by the respective denominations but will be lighted and kept up by the town The City Marshal as we understand will have charge of all the mps Columbia Chapter No 7 Royal Arch Masons will give a banquet some time in the near future This branch elf Masonry is growing rapidly and the membership is somewhat scattered 5and at the last meeting of the Chap it was decided to have a reunion ana a ban quet A committee was ap rated to look after the matter and report Due notice will be given to all the Compan ions of the time and it is hoped that every member will make his arrangments to attend Correct Statement BURKSVILLE KY FEB 11 1904 Editor of The Adair County News appearingsville Banking Company and in justice to those managing the affairs of said bank we desire to state that the affairs of said bank were in good shape Not a dollar of its funds had been misappropriated nor had any of the same been invested in anything but firstclass securities The stock holders of said bank met on the first day of February 1904 and then mutually agreed that the Bank was not a paying investment Thereupon a trade was negotiated and consummated with the Bank ofCumber- land by which the deposits of the Burks ville Banking Company were transferred to the Bank of Cumberland subject to check of the depositor as they had been held by said Banking Company The Bank of Cnmberland also bought all of the paper held by the Burksville Banking Company paying therefor the full amount due on each notetransferred to it and not a dollar was lost to the stockholders by this deal The stockholders still own the house lot furniture and fixtures used by it and there will be LOSS THE HOLDERS of said Burksville Banking Compapy unless the same should be oc casioned in the sale of this property ALLEN SANDIDGE C W ALEXANDER From The Glasgow Times Dr A M Rowe yesterday sold his handsome residence on East Main street to Mr J H Gee for 2750 The resi dence is one of the most attractive in Glasgow and is a bargain at the price Dr and Mrs Rowe will give possession March after which they will board at the Murrell Hotel Dr S T Botts was on Wednesday called to Wisdom Metcalfe county in consultation with Dr J H Owen of Randolph in the case of little Micha Ward aged ten years a daughter of Mrs Barbatha Ward near that place The child had a severe case of hystero epilepsy a nervous disease exceedingly rare in children and not at all common in older people and her condition is crit ical in the extreme Dr A M Rowe of this place was yesterday afternoon called in consulta tion with Dr Z T Taylor of Knob Liok to see Mr Elzy Mitchell who is dangerously ill of appendicitis at the home of his cousin Mr R L Mitchell near Sulphur Well Metcalfe coudty Mr Mitchell is also a cousin of Mr El zy Mitchell this place He has been sick for two weeks and his condition is critical Preaching Next Sunday Z T Williams Creelsboro W H C Sandidge Union G W Montgomery Moreland J F Barger Union Chapel F E Lewis Columbia A S Mell Elroy- G Mayfield Providence G Lawless Pleasant View J L Atkins Salem- J B Debord Cool Springs J P Scruggs Columbia J F Watkins Mintonville W G Bradford Middleburg Bryant Wilson Bigg Creek For Sale Five head nice yearling Jersey heif ers all in good condition and from fine milk strains Onehundred dollars will buy the five if taken at once One of them has been bred- J R Smith Campbellsville Ky- Service Boar We will permit my Thinrind boar to serve sows for the small sum of 100 We have two thoroughbred Thinrind boars for sale r FLOWERS BROS Bliss Ky For Rent Cottage on Frazer Avenue five rooms Call on W L Walked Your note and account is due and I need the money I have waited for yon to call and set tie and if you do not call at once you may expect a per sonal dun or a statement If you do not want a statement please call settleW ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT Walker Bryant Position to Notice Adair Circuit Court In obedience to a judgment rendered in the above court I will on Monday March 7th at the courthouse door in Columbia sell at public auction on a credit of six months three tracts of land containing acres For description reference is made to the Judgment- L B Master Commissioner Mr R E Newby who removed from Cumberland county to Columbia was in the News office last Saturday accompanied by his little cousin Elbert English After Mr Newbys name had been en tered upon our subscription list he said you may state that I am well pleased with Columbia and her citizenship and that 1 want to see the town grow and prosper am here to make this my permanent home I expect to sell a farm I own in Cumberland county and will purchase one in Adair which I will have cultivated Mr R E McCandless who shot and killed Judge Geo R Price at Edmun ton two months ago was married at Bowling Green last week to Miss Nettie Turner of Cave City Barren county McCandless will probably be tried for killing Price at the next term of the Metcalfe circuit court I representative of the News called on Mr Hover Hippie chief engineer of the Tennis Construction Company and the gentleman entrusted to make the survey and estimate of the Interurban line from Columbia to Lebanon The completion of the survey has heretofore been commenced but the work of esti mating the cost of construction is not yet complete however it has reached that point which prompts the engineers to state that he has the utmost confi dence in the building of the road that it is the best and mostpracticable route and enterprise he has ever surveyed in a hilly country In seven miles of the survey there are only four curves and they are easy The profile of his survey from Columbia to Green river shows a reduction in grades and in the cost of construction worth thousands of dollars to the building and operation of the road when completed with a former survey made by anothergentleman We are not in position to say that the road will be built but if the opening upofas good country as this without opposition where such an investment would yield a handsome dividend from the beginning encouraged and directly aided by the great bulk of our people are incentives then we cannot see failure Mr Azbill is greatly encouraged the engineer is confident of its sucess and our people ought to take such an interest as will materially aid in its construction The building of the road means development of our town and county it opens up the way to market puts us in touch with the spirit of the time It will stir our energies incrsase our opportunities ad vance the value of our productions and reduce the cost of our purchases With it new enterprises will come and an en tire transformationof business methods If the people here will do their part the road will be built There is not a more devoted man to the Adair County News than Uncle Bassett Hurt one of our best farmers Last Tuesday the day we print the pa per he was inthe officealmostthewhole- of the afternoon expressing good wish es etc While the outside was being printed he had a seat close to the press and carefully watched its motion for one hour Late in the afternoon he re marked that he would remain in town until the last side was printed if it took until midnight But at five oclock he concluded that he could not remain long er and taking a half sheet he went home We appreciate Mr Hurts good will and we are always glad to see him when he enters the office door The Royal Wheel Company of Leba non furnished beautifully prepared hickory sticks for the last mile of the survey of the Interurban road faom Columbia to Lebanon Such a token of kindness good will and interest mani ifested by so large a manufacturing plant is highly pleasing to the promoter of the road Mr Azbill was most cor dially received by the people of Lebanon generally and the interest taken by the business men of hat city is encouraging and means that they will do their full part in the building of the road Mr John B Coffey returned from Atlanta lastrThursday night He found the mule market rather dull on account of the decline in cotton However he sold all his stock at fair prices He further stated that Mr Lynn Rhorer formerly of Columbia was in business at Atlanta and was having a splendid trade He failed to see Mr Rhorer who was detained at home on account of the serious illness of his wife She was suffering with pneumonia A teacher in one of the grades of the Lancaster scoool recieved the following note Monday from the mother of one of the pupils Dear Mis You writ me ahout whipping Sammay I hereby give you permision to beet him up eny time it is necessary to learn him lesens He is jest like his fatheryou have to learn him with a club Pound nolege into him I want him to git it and dont pay no atenshion to what his fath er says Ill handle him Mr H A Walker has decided to put up a dwelling containing nine rooms in the front of the building There will also be several rooms in the ell and a porch will extend around the entire house There is no plan here like it Mr Walkers ideas were gotten from an architect in Warren county The building will be commenced the first of June Circuit court opened at Jamestown Monday A large crowd was in town and business was fairly good during the day Master Commissioner Henry Dun bar sold several tracts of land and a number of horses changed hands The merchants and other tradesmen were kept busy during the day Every room in the Patteson Hotel was taken the first day of court Tom and Roma Judd sons of Deputy Collector J H Judd have opened a carpenter shop on Water Street and are now prepared to do all kinds of work They expect in the next few months to get a patent on a feather renovator and if they are successful Messrs Judd Bros will soon become millionaires for it will leave nearly all the feathers in the large tick T T Sullivan sheriff of Russell county was one of the first sheriffs in the State to pay his revenue He has paid the indebtedness of the county and returned the smallest delinquent list of any sheriff for the last ten or fifteen years The people give him credit of being a very efficient officer Correspondents will please send in their letters so they will reach this office on Friday night If you want to buy or sell mules call at Coffey Bros stable v The outlook for substantial improvements and growth of Columbia was never so bright and encouraging as at present A spirit of enterprise is manifested which will eventually chrystalize in material worth not only to our town but the entire county We note with pleasure the desire of many of our citizens to have lights and the prompt actions of the town council in securing them Again we hear that water works should be installed and after interviewing several of onr best citizens find them enthusiastically in favor of a good water supply and all believe that such an enterprise would pay We trust that a compauy will be formed in the near future to give the people of Columbia the advantage of water works enabling them to have all the convenience of pure water under boughtforand from trustworthy informantr we figure that at least twentyfive new dwellings will be erected in Columbia next Spring Summer and Fall We believe that within a tew months all doubt and fears as to the building of the Interurban road from this place to Lebanon will pass off that our schools will be on a firmer base and more liber ally patronized throughout this entire outlookcome to Columbia are increasing as rapidly as any one need desire The theadvanceuninjured if developments and business conditions continue to grow We can togetherColumbia eral generations have passed and left it in village form but while they pass ed their days content with their environ ments satisfied with inconveniences yet their progeny lives in a different andbetterman who is content with present condi tions in our town or county who is not willing to aid in advancement is living fewinstancesfound Southern Kentucky s a good part of the State andwe believe Columbia is the best town in the State without railroad facilities Keep the ball rolling is a good mot to In union there is strength is an ax iom Mr Charles H Bennett who lives on Pettisfork this county conveyed his farm last week containing 124 acres to Mr J S Patterson of Bullitt coun ty for two houses and lots in Lebanon Junction Ky Mr Bennett will leave Adair county for his newly acquired possessions some time during the year All parties who are indebted to us are requested to call and settle at once M L Grissom Co Bliss Ky 2t Coffey Bros bought of Hudson Cono ver last Saturday one pair of mare mules 15J hands for 27500 Do you want good stock if so breed to my shorthorn bull Fee one dollar He is strictly a oneR Waggener Do so at once The money fs badly needed N M Tutt Treasurer A good farm for sale cheap- S D CRENSHAW Columbia Ky 2m For SaleFour steers two and four years old J H Smith Font Hill Wanted to sell 150000 staves deliver ed to Somerset Ky J H Smith Font Hill If you need a cooking stove call on L buyingAll parties owing me will please come and settle at once need the money J N Page Phil The beginning of the year marks an advancement in all the societies in our neighborhood which should gratify every friend and well wisher of society and civilization We noticed there was a large crowd assembled at the Masonic hall last Saturday evening to confer the third degree upon a number of mem bers State Com M F Elkin of Lexing ton organized a new tent of the K 0 T Ms which convened in the Masonic hall a short time after the Masons ad J H and Robert Smith of Font Hill visited friends here and were present at the above named meeting Messrs F P Combest and J C Car son were at Lexington last week J F Gadberry has bought 100000 spokes this winter He will put up a machine and turn them before shipping Born to the wife of R T Rodgers on the 7th inst an eight pound girl Rollingburg A W Howard is on the sick list Geo Judd has moved into his new Penick was here last week buy ing cattle John Loveall had a working last week and they cleared three acres of land Miss Myrtie Heizer is attending the training school at Columbia Lee Hatfield sold a calf to William Hicks for 12 C E Edrington of Cane Valley was here last week Brooks Burress is all smiles over the arrival of a fine boy Tyler Burress and wife were at Wm Shirrells on Saturday night FRESH GROC ERYE 0 y If you want fresh Groceries Fruits Canned Dried or In natural state I can serve you Fresh meat of the best grade served every day In the weeK I carry a full line otCookingdStoves and Utensils Prices at the bottom I pay cash for produce L W BENNETT h Gradyville Mr W C Yates of Portland was here last Thursday Mrs G T Flowers was on the sick list several days of last week Mr and Mrs H C Walker spent last Monday in Columbia The mill at this place is being repair ed and in a few days we will be ready to make the best quality of meal again Mr L C Hindmans residepce will be connected by telephone to the out side world in a few days J W Walker bought last week a very valuable combined mare from Mr Claud Keltner for 10000 Rev A L Mell preached a very interesting discourse here last Sunday Dr and Mrs L C Nell left for Frankfort last Monday Mr J F Pendleton sold a few days ago two young mules to Mr Landers of Green county for 18000 Mrs John Bell of Nell visited her daughter Mrs S A Taylor this place several days of last week Wilmore Moss sold a farm last week to Peter Loney for 22500 Dr S A Taylor was called to Met calfe county last week to see several sick persons Hon W S Knight of Jamestown passed through here last Thursday en route for A J Bridgewaters Andy- is very anxious to make a markand have a fresh supply Messrs C S Bell and J S Smith left here last Wednesday for Liletown where they will spend several days looking after cattle and hogs A B Wilmore returned from Met calfe county last Thursday with 22 sheep that he bought from Poke Mitch ell for 8500 Born to the wife of Dick Maupin on the 16th of last Month a 16 Ib boy Ollie James Maupin a pure Democrat Mr Geo H Nell spent several days of last week in Cumberland county looking after mules and dattle J A Diddle bnught from Ii A Walker of Columbia last week two yearling mules for 23500 Geo D Vance one of our uptodate farmers solda farm last week to BuckWillis Sons for 96000 The farm is one of the best on Prices creek Rev Jas Wilsons house and a part of its contents were destroyed by fire last week The fire originated from a defective flue H 0 Montgomery of Breeding made a visit to our town one day last week and while here he and Dr S A Taylor made a deal in horses We take it that each of them got the best end of the bargain as both parties are per fectly satisfied Rev A L Mell returned from Greansburg last Thursday where he had just closed a series of meetings with wonderful success Bro Mell is very favorably impressed with the peo ple of Greensburg Smith Nell bought in Cumberland county a few days ago 50 cattle at 3c per Ib in Metcalfe county 16 cattle at 31c in Green county 100 hogs at fc They shipped three loads of cattle aud hogs to the Louisville market last Mon dayRev A L Mell will leave in a few days for Monroe county where he will be engaged for several weeks in revival work with Rev G P Dillon Your correspondent in company witb J T Mercer of Milltown spent a few days of last week in the thriving old town of Greensburg We found all the business men from the smallest to the greatest enjoying good business We also found material on the river bank for the bridge which will be put up in the near future We met up with one of the Adair county boys Dr Johnston who lives there He informed us that he was having a good practice We also met with our old and remembered friend Dr Eugene Taylor of Liletown formerly of Nell He informed us that his practice was good and that he was in the hotel business at his town If we are ever so fortunate as to reach Liletown we will be sure to stop with Dr Taylor Mr Chas L Walker and Miss Daisy Webb were married last week by Rev Geo T Robertson pastor of the First Presbyterian Church Paris Texas The bride is the handsome and accom plished daughter of Mr and Mrs P J Webb Mr Walker is bookkeeper for the Paris Oil Cotton Co and is a son of Mr W E Walker Paris Texas nephew of H C Walker and grandson of W W Yates Gradyville Ky On account of the illness of the grooms mother at the city Hospital the wed ding was very quiet the ceremony being performed by the minister at his study May they live a long and pros perous life Knifley Mr B F Tupman returned from the South a few days ago The majority of last years tobacco crop in this section is being held Farmers dont feel inclined to take the low prices buyers are offering Mrs John M Hendrickson diedat her home near this place Jan 28 1904 r of consumptiou The deceased leaves a husband and four children to mourn their loss Louisvilleisnear this place The explosion of a boiler attached to belongingseriouslymrt a is not expected to live Mr D G Cundiff will leave week for Farmersburg Ind where heiwill make his home for thisjA twoinch snow fell here last week iand the weather is very cold MrJweek Vester The wind here Sunday morning did considerable damage to the fencing Our farmers have plowedsome Mr J M Curry is very sickJSeveral from this place attended the social at Mr Charlie Gatewoods urday evening tI Misses Bertha and Pearl Breeding t were at Edith last Saturday V r Mr John Wallace of Mt Pleasant was here last Sunday Died last Sunday night week Gideon lhadand a good estate The interment was at BearWellow Tuesday morning where a large number of friends and Masons paid the last respects t E M Burton is on the sick list Pellyton- E L Mays Hustonville visited the family of J H Pelly the first of the week J M Campbell was in Columbia Fri day O C and D 0 Pelly and Miss Lin nie Sanders who are attending the LindseyWilson school visited their parents Sunday H F Coffey is erecting a storehouse i iuponZ T Pelly sold 3 two year old heifers to Y M Parsons at 2000 per head + ethereBorn to the wife of R T Jones al beyrS H Workman sold G W Parsons a mare 8500 Mr Workman also boughtta mare from H F Coffey for 100 S S Feese Columbia visited at this place Saturday and Sunday R H Hatter and wife of Junction t JasperDoss t McGaha 3 Mr Eli Burton is quite sick A child of Geo McGaha was kicked by a horse which may prove fatal The wife of Mr John Paul who has heen sick so long died a few days ago The husband and four children have the sympathy of everyonetS good4ttradeJ T Redmon will build a residence on his farm BI- GJERSE sr SALE k THAT PRODUCED IN ONE YEAR BE SOLD ATtPUBLIC AUCTION FEBRUARY HAVINGdecidedtoquit the dnirybusines e s d February on our premises miles north ofLebanorC Ky on the Springfield pike our entire herd of Jersey Cattle consisting of milch rows hei fete and bulls Every cowls a fine dairy type I and the actual cash receipts for cream from these cows for was 241490 a record we thinkj that can not be beaten in Kentucky This is a rare chance to buy fine cows The bulls are worthy of being placed at the head of any herd tHazels Exile is a per cent double grandson of Exile of St Lambert who produced more tested daughters than anY bun living or dead iNothing will be before sale Testis made known day of sale Sale begins promptly at one oclock P- MCRAWFORD BROSLEBANON KY Capt T D ENGLISH Aucti2 Wilmore llOtii W M WILIOREEro- Oradyvile Ken THERE Is no better place to I than at the aboved named horGood sample rooms and a Int1 taile Bates very reawaatirt stable attached IIP J EIL +r IL1wMISS SCHAEFERS MURDERER Bedford Ind Feb 10DEteo tire Reed at whose instance the inrfMt of James McDonald was made said today We base McDonalds arrest on jJrip own words bifore the court of inquiry as to his whereabouts on the night of the murder We have good evidence or we would not have made the arrest The motive was assault againstIIveatigation preceding his arrest were that he refrained from tell ins the board of inquiry what he claims to know about the crime till a week ago and when testify ing he confused J D Alexander who last spoke with Miss Schaef 3 er with Superintendent W E Alexander of the Bedford schools although he said he knew both well The detectives insist that they have evidence stronger than McDonaldsMcDonald was examined by the officials February 3 He said he saw Miss Schaefer at 030 p m jnit before she was killed He saw a man and woman talking at the mouth of the alloy where the crime occurred He heard no loud words Asked why he had kept this quiet for over a week he said he wanted to be sure his memory did not play him false His evidence was taken in shorthand at the time I McDonald has lived here seven years It is not known where he lived before He is married to tallfweighs 140 pounds with light hair and a sandy mustache He has been in jail several times and has admitted being arrested in differ ent cities for vagrancy AT OUTS AGAIN 1 The row between Senator Platt and Gov Odell of New York hat broken out afresh and the old boss YM Senator is so incensed that he has quit living at the Fifth Avenue Hotel where ho has been for thirtyfive years and gone to the Waldolf His friends say that this change is made y the Sena tor to rd himself of the Odell gang who loaf at the Fifth Avenue The whole point of the recent x controversy is that Gov Odell greatly desires to supplant Col Dunn as State Chairman and Sen ator Platt has decided that nothing of the kind shall be done saidrfor some time that Gov Odell on hirirequent visits to the Senator in New York City has talked him outrof propositions which he orig inally favored but that Gov Odell would not be able to f talk Senator Platt out of his decis ion to insist upon the reelection of Col Dunn for the reason that the1 retirement of Coi Dunn in fa TBrbf any man whom Gov Odell desired would be the final and practical elimination of Senator Platt as a potent factor in the Re an affairs of the State during tiuBpresidential year Col Dunns 119eleotlon would be for two years fight near Mr Wash Browns Casey county James Johnson lin badly bruised up by Albert who was cousideiably cut 0JollD80nrad a disturbance at l1 and when Albert r Brown called him down the for mer shot at him but missedhim In 3 mew y Brown got possession of 1Johnsons pistol and beat him se over the head with it La r tV Johnson got Browns knife and stuck it in him making an ugly wound A doctor who was called t toldnsthatboth men were as bloody could be but that neither was badly hurt Interior Journal x IJudge Finley of Chicago has an opinion declaring that Hit is the duty of the husband r tO make the wife obey It goes iwithont Baying that the Judge didnt marry a Kentucky woman Democrats are acting very foolishly to fight each other There r li a common enemy to fight and tlfe help of every iJL countrytidiaext title sparring the House l iWed toe Appellate Court Redistrict tig Bill which makes sir of the seven in the State solidly Demo 5 4eratlc The Hoase also passed th e eenlitebill reestablishing the Stat R o ologlcal Survey Among the bills f introduced in the House was tone t gateodlng the Cantrlll school book law 4c ffldasto conform to the Governor J 4dea of repealing the section which he j thliiks legalizes the present schoo- book adoptions rrrL r i lrOneever committed in this section was the killing of Operator R W Rucker in the Danville depot late Thursday night Worn out from loss of sleep he called up Burgin aud asked the operator there to to call him at a certain hour as he could hold hB eyes open no longer The sleep knew no wak ing for while he lay on the opera tors table some fiend stealthly crept to a window only a few feet from Mr Backers head ud fired a fatal shot The door to the of fice was then broken open the cash drawer containing some 30 or 10 taken and the murderer took his flight Blood hounds were brought to the scene and aI trail was started some 40 or 50 determined men following the dogs Tho search is being kept up andwill be until the perpetrator of the horrible crime is landed be hind prison bars or until every ef fort to find him proves futile Re wards have been offered aggregat ing nearly 1300 the railroad company County Judge Prewitt Gov Beckham and private indi viduals running the amount up to the above Two suspicious char actersone a low dark complex ioned man the other a tall blonde have been seen by a number of people but the searching party has not been able to locate them Mr Ruoker who met the untime ly death was a son of the well known miller of Paint Lickand was a model young man He had bieu married only a year or so and the young widow is well heart broken over her loss H was a strict member of the church popular with all and his death is a severe loss to the community which he lived An immense crowd attended his funeral at the Baptist church in Danville and followed the remains to their last resting place in Lancaster cemete ry Beautiful flowers sent by friends and admirers covered the grave of the splendid young man Stanford Journal Additional funds are being rais ed at Bedford Ind to prosecute tho murderer of Miss Schaefer Jas McDonald a teamster has been arrested charged with the crime He is now in the Indiana Reformatory for safe keeping It seems almost impossibief to got perfect unanimity on any question The newspapers of the country are now divided in the opinion as to whether the groundhog saw his shadow Friends of the proposed fish an game law claim that it will amount to anything without a state war den who could devote his entire time to the work and thus secure its observance A contract has been let for re fitting the Iroquois Theater a Chicago It is said the name o the playhouse will be changed he o Northwest Mrs T J Hutchinson of Grant ountywas burned to death an ier husband badly burned in an ffort to save her W W Rowlett editor of the Yew Era published at Lagrange and one of the oldest newspapermen in Kentucky died a few days ago Two suspicious characters wero irrested near Roanoke Va and over 1000 in silver taken from them Here is a sermon as full of meat as vas ever delivered from a pulpit and ought to make as deep an Impression on the young men of the country as if the delivery had required an hour As Harry G Egbert stood on the scaffold at Salem Oregon condemned to be banged he said My friends take me as a mark seep your childred off the street and above all out of the saloons Dad raising and bad company is the direct cause of my downfall The steamer Columbia has arrive- at Cht Foe bringing definite news an attaikby the Japanese fleet upon he Russian fleet outside of the harbo- of Port Arther Two Russian battle- hips and one firstclass Russian crulss r were disabled by the attack of th Japanese torpedo boats When th Russian forts after daylight opened fire the Japanese fleet steamed away in the direction of Vladlvostock Ii is reported that the two Busslan misers at Chemulpo surrendered t he Japanse without firing a shot an fiat the latter landed 8000 men who marche to Seoul Another report from Toklo says the Russian cruisers aj Chemu po were attacked and disabled Call upon 2r Mutt at once and payyour subscription to the LlndseyT Wilson School FATAL WHOOPING COUGH Eliza H Root calls attention to the fact that this disease is tool little dreaded by the medical profession and that it is by no means the simple affair that many seem to suppose From the United States census of 1000 we find that 668 died in New York from whoop ing cough and 549 from scarlet fever Philadelphia 170 from whouping cough 182 from scarlet fever and so on in the different cities Death from whooping cough occurs most frequently from pneumonia as a complica tion that itdnces heart failure- or a bronchitis may occur that end the suffocation Asphyxia or marasmus due to the continued ejecting of the food or loss of ap petite may cause death Cere bral apoplexy external hemor rhages and emphysema of the subcutaneous tissues after rupture of the larynx is occasionally giv en as of death Even when death does not occur severe dIsturban ces of the nervous system may re main as weakness of the intellect and memory imbecility hemi plegia with consequont cholera epilepsy Visual defects strabis mus blindiess and deafness par tial or complete or even deaf mutism may remain Whooping cough it is evident should be un der the control of health authori ties subject to quarantine and other preventive measures as much as scarlet feverWomans Modi cal Journal Gov Beokham could not have byeo the Courier Journal at the head of the Worlds Fair Commissioers rightean igable worker in the effort to have Kentucky properly represented at the great Exposition The Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Fire Underwriters refused to admit to membership the nonunion companies doing busi ness in Louisville Commissioner Yerkes is closer to President Roosevelt than any other Kentucky Republican and the officehunters this Stayc who are hankering after a place of profit would ttcCommissionerselves left out In the cold Congrcss man Godfrey Hunter who thought he had some influence with the administration was cruelly awakenedjfrora s dream when a Pension Agent for Ken tucky was appointed Hunter champ toned the cause of Judge Morrow o Somerset who is a brotherinlaw of MorrowLplace and Hunter was on his way to the White House to ask that no ap polntment be made until Judge Mor row could be heard but he learned his disgust that an appointment ha already been made on the recommen dation of Commissioner Yerkes Hu ter tbe only Republican Congress lgfTimes Here Is a sermon as full of meat as was ever delivered from a pulpit and lontmen country as it its delivery had required an hour As Harry G Egbert stood on the scaffold at Salem Oregon condemned to be hanged he said liMy friends take me as a mark keep your children off the street and above all out of the saloons Bad raising and bad company is the direct cause of my downfall A New York cabman robbed his fare after chlorosorming him Looks as if the regular tlme honorcd cabby method would have answer ed all practical purposes Harmony is a good thing among any people if good results are to be accom pUshed Harmony at this time in th Democratic ranks is very essential i the party wants to enter the preslden tial contest this year with any hope of success A fine opportunity is offered tbelwise or will It throw away the chance of winning through internal dlssen posJMixed schools jnay be tolerated lineeed to believe that such practice is right peoIcoeducation of the races and no real good can result from it The probesdlscouragdenacted prohibiting the whites an bUcks attending the same school and forever drawing the color line in that and similar institutions The piece i ent now in vogue there is dangerous and one that is distasteful to many the best negroes theState who ba been reared with an idea of tbe fitne of things Danville Advocate i2 I am anxious to collect all piquey subscribed to the Llndsey Wilson school The Committee is paying Interest- N M Tutt Treasurer On the second ballot the jury found George B Warner guilty f the murder of Pulaski L eds in Louisvile and fixed his punish ment at death Jcpan has no occasion fur worry ever the moral responsibility of make fog war on Russia What tbe world blames her for is waiting too king to prove Muscovite duplicity CHEAP LANDS For Homcscekcrs and Colonies The country along tbe Cotton Belt Route in Southeast Missouri Arkan tie Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abundance 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 3250 an acre prairie land at 4 and 95 per acre up bottom land aU5 and 26 per acre up Improved or partly cleared land at 310 and S16 per acre up Some fine propositions for coloniestracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at 84 t S10 per r3blr mnecyn this for a good organizer Fruit and truck lands In the famous peach and tomato belt of East Texas at 910 to 920 per acre up Write us for information about cheap rates excursion dates so literature descriptive of this erect country and let us help yni Hurt a home that will cost you no more than the rent you pay every year E w LABEVUH G PACotton Belt Route St Louis Mo I CS GRADY I DENTIST 00SPECIAL attention given s work Crown and Rr1d toI t OFFICE over Russell Murrells Store Columbia Ky PEOPLE OF ADRIR COVNT Y Can save money ly mailing a postal for the goods listed belows Pitchers Castoria17 c 07wc Swamp Root 0c Best Liniment 250 lc IcIratASnnoily HALL PHARMACY Louisville Kentucky CHEAP KATESSODTH YES T Sourthorn Missouri Arkansas Louisiana and Texas Homeseekera Opportunities =Heres your chance Very lgtc oneway and round trip rates Southwest this wiuter about half the regular fare tw ce a month nearby dates are Doc 15 l 03i Jan5 and 19aiid Feb 2 and 10 1904 Good iimeto visit South east Misepuri Arkansas Louis locaetion Round trip tickets permit stop over on the going trip strain lim it 21 das 5kite andtell iis yojJ starting pointland where yonwant to go We still toll you exactly what your ticket will cost one way or round tripwo will se e that your baggage is checked and that you are comfortably located on the ouar illustrated descriptive literature agentsbua p you a home n tho country along the RoutedWrite today to L 0 Schaffer T P A Cotton Belt Route Cinti 0 ItorveLaBeaume G P T A Ootton Belt RouteSt LomsMo i i 4 YETINERY SURGEON Fistulo Pollevil splints spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I am fixed to tike care of stock Special attention to eyes 8 D ORENSHAW K mile horn Columbia on Disappointment Scientific Shoeing 0I am ready to do Black Smith lug of any kind from horse shoo ng to the repairing of the finestc vehicles I will make a specialty ofshoeing horses with diseased hoofs and guarantee satisfaction My shop is located back of livery ask Barboe Robertson Give me your work J W COFFEY CC BIG FOUR The Best Line it toIAnd all points in Inditinna Michigan CLEVELAND BUFFALO NEW YORK And all BOSTON Points East Information cheerfully fur nished on application at I City Ticket Office Big Four Route No 259 4th Av3 or write to S J Gates 0 0 GenlAgt Passgr Dtpart q Q merit Louisville Ky 3 33 Stone Stone AttorneysAtLaw JAMESTOWN KENTUCKY o Will practice in tho adjoining 0 Special attention given collections COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEWIS Wool Grease clpan 1 s Washed Wool 25 Beeswax 22 Feathers t2 44 Hides GreencHi- des 5 Dry J 10 Giugeug IV 40C Spring Chickens 7 Old lions Eggs 1 Dried Apples 2J This report will be submitted for revision weekly LIVE STtfCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CA1TLK Extra shipping U 25g4 Lightshipping 4 00425 Best butchers 3 5Q3 Fair to good butchers 3 253 00 Common to medium btour 2252 75 noos Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 lbs GOO Fair to good pac lngl60 t to 200fts W 6 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 4 4Oj SHEEP AND LAUB3 good to extra shipping Sheep 2 502 5iFair to good 2 002 50 Common to mediuh1 50g200 Secretary Cortelyou has bee requested by a resolution intrjduc ed in congress to investigate the cause of packing house beef being so high whetrcattjle on the hoof are so cheap The condition is complete circumstanoial evidence of packers combine which makes the cause not far to seek Theodore KOosevelts royalties on his published books are said to have aggregated 155050 Let a literary feller but be made mades W C MURRELL J TRIPLETT 0 MURRELL 8 TRIPLED r 0 Funeral Directors and Embalming n 0The above named firm have just received a nice line of Coffins and Caskets and are read to serve families who may needanything In t0 their line They will also keep Collins of their own make and wil Q sell every thing in their line at the lowest prices A hearsewi11 S shop furnished iSTOttl and sec them over lacicmans EJarness1 feud bet Columbia Kentucky f0000000000000 000000 000000 DBHLBR BROTHERS11- G East Market Street LOUISVILLE KEJjTTUCKY Carry All Heights In STOCK SEND 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