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Program. $10, 000 WORTH OF X Whe'eas. God. the all wise rnlpr has Meeting of the second North ConThe Adair County Union Sunday though: The psople of Columbia and throughJEWELS STOLEN. it best to take to out Adair county will be surprised and School Convention will be held at Union He ga for a pleasure Himself one cord Association to be held with the fle is Shot and Killed by Arch and blessing, Salem Church on July will regret to learn of the death of Mr. Presbyterian Church on Saturday bethe 29th and and has caused sorrow in the homes of 30th, 1911. Thurman,' Town Marshal Thos. W. Montgomery, who passed be- fore the fourth Sunday in this month. many. Therefore, Be it Saturday, 10 a. m. Devotional exer- Former Police Judge's Home yond the veil, at his late home, in this MORNING SESSION 9 O'CLOCK. Resoj ed, That the Baptist Sunday of Edmonton. cises. county, about one month ago. He lived Entered and Family Heir1 Song and Praise Service, led by School. 1 the death of Miss Artelia The Need of Brotherly Love in the in the eastern portion of Adair, fifteen Wesley Turner. Coffey xtends a hand of sympathy to looms Gone. Church Elder M. T. Grimes, M. L. miles from Columbia, and there is but 2 The Master Teacher, H. D. Hower those bereft, and although a deep loss THE OFFICER PERFECTLY JUSTIFIABLE. Shepherd, J. M. Williams. little passing from where he died to ton, J. R Hindman. is felt on account of her Christian intelligence of his this place, hence the NOON HOUR. a Th& Rnnk J. R. Crawford. G. character and devotion to her friends Evansville, Ind., July 12. Burglars demise did not reach here until last Smythe. m., Sanitation at the Church and and relatives, it is best to Riihn.it-- tn Alp. The people of Edmonton were thrown Saturday. entered the home of Mrs. J. G. Winfrey Cli 4 The Organized Adult Bible iioa s w being done, knowing that Other Public Places L.. D. Hammond, into great excitement last Thursday some time last night and stole S10.000 The deceased was born and reared in 1 T OTilliama T? R. Winfrev. M. D. 'Hf Arlth all thinrra tttII AJ. .... If ...hL.W, . afternoon when four shots rang out and this place, and at one time was one of Roll, Differentiate Final Perseverence and worth of jewelry. Family heirlooms, May Ser life be a reminder to us . 5 Home Department and Cradle the announcement was made that the the best known men in this part of the prized far that Christ would have us live a life of Final Preservation of Saints Elders members beyond their actual value by expected had haDDened that Arch county. He was a son of Nathan Mont- B M. Currie," W. M. Wilmore of thefamily, were arrong the t AFTERNOON SESSION 1 O'cLOoservice, and that life, means devotedly J. R. Grider and Hays Wilson. Thurman, the Town Marshall, had shot gomery, who was a prominent and in articles taken. There was no one at by though short 1 Song and Praise Service, it may be. Be it Sunday, 10 a. m., Devotional exer home at the time the burglars and killed Bud McCandless. fluential man during his life time, and Jan Dudley. entered cises. further The particulars, as we have been able lonly lacked one month of being seven Lord's Day)serv-anc- e, Resolved, That these resolutions be Modern and Bible Sanctification Com the house. 2 Obligation of to gather them, are as follows: e It is believed the burelarv was com. years old. When about thirty placed upon the Class Record, and a pared J. O. Sutherland and C. L. F. J Barger, H. C. BakA McCandless had been repeatedly years old he was married to a Miss mited by some one familiar with the 3 Teacher Training, G. W. fngburn, copy be presented to her father, Mr. J. Bradley. charged with violating the local option Bradshaw, a sister of the late Tim How to Secure Better Discipline in place. The husband of Mrs. Winfrey, W. Coffey. laws, and Thurman had a warrant for Bradshaw, and a short time after mar- Horace Jewries. our Churches J. R. Grider and E. G. who was formerly Police Judge here, SuFct The 4 Open Conference, Frances Garnett, his arrest and went to the former's riage he located in the neighborhood has been in a private sanitarium for the Led by Wilson. Edna Chewning, store to serve it. As soon as he enter- where he died. His mother' was a Sunday School and Mwsiotf How to Develop Better Interest m past six years Louisville Times. f, . . Lillie Judd. ed the builbing McCandless made a Winston, a sister of Dr. Dudley Wins State Worker. Our Sunday School Work J. 0. Suthon ea3ubJect will Committee. move, but the Marshal was too ton, who left tms town many years K The first speaker COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ajthe second erland and J. S. Wade oiinn, in minnfcR. quick for him bad his pistol ready for . ag0' iocating in Nashville, becoming Sunday COMMISSIONER'S W. F. J. Wilson, SALE. speaker 10 minutes. AJthe action firing four shots in rapid sue- - one'of prominent physicians of the W. A. Breeding, "w. Schools in the county arirequested to ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT cession, every ball hitting its mark South. Tom Montgomery was a man There ADAIR CIRCUIT COTRT Committee. KENTUCKY. wounds were in the head who believed that blood would tell, send delegates andj5orts- at th McCandless' ound KENTUCKY. George J. Hurt, Plff. ) died instantly. and he prided upon his birth, though will be dinner on the? Convention James E. Atchley &c Plff. ) anion the body, andhe C A Sad Death i v,,,. Piiinromo-vs 5. and he was an unpretentious man. He was Thurman surrendered to the Sheriff vs E A. McKinley &c Dft. ) picnic the grounds Emma L. Atchley &c ) will doubtless be accquitted at his ex- honest in his dealings with his fellow there will be a By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Mrs. Luther Brockman, who resided for the Union Shool4L By virtue of Judgment and Order of amining trial. man, and tho3e who knew him best had j Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered with her husband and children in the It is said by those who are in a posi- - the highest regard for him. When he the January Term, thereof, lOU.correct- at the May Term, thereof, 1911, in the To Wed thifternocn. position to know, that the dead man came to Columbia, he was given the ""' ' ln the abVe CaUSe above cause, I shall proceed to offer died last Friday afternoon, a victim of IT was a wholly terror to the good people glad hand by all his former associates. anJ ei?nt 71 for sale at the Court-hous- e "'1 dollars and 47 nunured with door in Co- typhoid fever. The deceased was a sty-thre- e of .Edmonton; that he was reckless and He delighted to sit and taiK witn me Miss Zijia Kim$ of Red Lick, cents, very excellent woman and was born and . frequently caused trouble and that his friends of his early days, and he re. Metcalfe county, S be married this lumbia, Ky., to the highest bidder, at " . ""Cicai- - - "' race oi six per cent. MKiness and presence was oonoxious to membered all the interesting incidents (Wednesday) affeon at 3 clock to Public Auction, on Monday the 7th day reared in Russell eountv. She remnv . per annum from the 31st day of January tv the good people of .Edmonton and Met- that took place about Columbia from Mr Hugh Bebeefiominent merchant of August 1911, at 1 o'clock o. m.. or with her husband and children to Co 191U, until paid, ind $35.05 costs herein, lumbia about one year ago, and being therebout (being County Court) upon a calfe county. I shall proceed to offer for sale at the the beginning of the war to its close. and farmer, who8 near Edmonton years ago he shot He was an uncompromising Democrat, The iites will be?rnnizedat the home credit of six months the following de- strictly a home lady, she had not made Court-hous- e About eight or ten door in Columbia, Ky., to t: A tract of the acquaintance of many people in Co- the highest bidder, ad killed Judge Geo. R. Price, an old and ?n ardent Southern sympathizer, of Mr. Clay Kifid- - who is the f ah-e- r scribed property, at Public Auction, land lying on the waters of Sulphur lumbia. Those who knew her best will tan. on the square at Edmonton, and though he did not go to war. He was on Monday the 7th day of August 1911 of the inten3)ride and the minisreceive the intelligence of h r demise tore recently he collected a debt by brought up in affluence, but the coming ter. Rev. Jamnzies- - Immediately Fork of Russell's creek in Adair Coun1 ty Kentucky, known as the James with sadness, as she had many 4close at o'clock p. m., or therabout (being the couple will start cowhiding debtor until paid. and the death of his father, off or thp fpr County Court) upon a credit six months of the war The dead man leaves a wife and three swept the property from him and his on a trip to Nr1 Fal,s and other not Atchley land, containing about 71J friends at her former home. A son is the following described property, it: acres. For a more comnlete disrn"n. also down with the same disease, and children. brother and sisters, and he died com- ed points. 1?"u,i LU ue 1S one Two tracts of land lying in tion of said land reference is hereby it is said that he is in a very critical fjprparatively a poor man, leaving only a Metcalfe's 0UnS women and is Adair County Ky, on the waters of made to the judgment and order of sale condition. has Imnortant Notice. Sulphur Fork Creek. First tract small farm, and that not very valuable. landed groom is influ- in order book 12 page 392 of the Adair The surviving husband and children bounded as follows: Beginning at dogHiss passing leaves the world poorer, relatives. Circuit Court Clerks office for the pur- certainly have the sympathy of this was a true Kentucky gentleman. ential and q&ibular gentleman. wood in O T. Brvant's line; thence we are having Tyhoid Fe- as he Now that chase price, the purchaser with ap- town in this great affliction. with his line S 79 E 63 poles to a chestproved surety or securities, must exver in the town and neighborhood, it beEscaped Wiln His Life JSEA&WHT SUNDAY. Bishop J. H. McCoy will preach at nut; thence N. 12 E. 163 poles to three hooves the people to clean up their ecute Rond. bearing legal interest from small dogwoods in A MnrreH's line"; ... .., ..nnr- - mm 1 facon-arday of Sale until paid, and having the the Methodist church in Columbia next premises. Let each citizen clean up nm iweuij-un- c jcaio "',' iip-r-. o thence with same N. 79 W 69 poles to Viia rv"v nrfimises. Let b tru3t"eSor force and effect of a Judgment. Bid- Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. All are W. H. U Ebineezer. a poplar, alleys. Haerelson, S. C. "Doctors said i nau ders will be prepared to comply cordially invited to be present. Extra S. 10 W, redoak and dogwood; thence the town clean the streets and F. J. Barger3jeasanfc 163 poles to the beginning, cough I seats win ue proviaea so that all may promptly with these terms. Let every body keep his water barrels .nmnf;nn and the dreadful 1 tried Z. T. Williarumb5a containing 6SJ acres. clean. ead looked like it.sure enough. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner hear him. He is the Bishop of the covered, and privy and cellar J. R. CrawfofiLmb: The Second Tract bounded as folcough Methodist Church, South, who will prehad a cleaning up of the cem every thing, .I could hear.. of. for-my VtnctWe have G. W. Pangta pjpasant p.o-lows: Beginning at a wnite oak and i ui b wp11- - But we can &. etery, and tnat ic anawasiuiuciiurc""- "Mr. C. D Crenahaw, who worked side over the Conference this fall and poplar, Peter Bryant's corner; J. F. Black, thence T nnmnO cemetery beautiful, and no- - doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year O. BlCUi'l Mr1 pring. T make the with his father constantly in the treat- make the appointments of the preachers with his line S. 79 E. 70 poles to a ,i v.?c hnmo there. u.,i, ahU not Tin relief . A frienp advised for the coming year. If you fail to B. M. Currie Tt ment of horses and other stock, has black oak and post oak; thence N. 192 Discovery. 1 There is no danger of sickness there, me t0 try Dr. King's New T. E. Ennis, GrJ-gtaken up his father's business and will hear him, you will miss a' great poles to two black oaks and a chestnut cuieu x xCC but if we will clean the town, people j:j so. and was completely great throat practice Veterinary throughout Adair treat. in a line of a survey made in the name live. Go to that I owe my life to this B. M. Currie, Pastor. will want to come here and D. H. HowertonJv'aUey and ad'oining counties. He has made t of Thomas Redman: thence with his guawuu. work at once, and don't wait till the and lung cure, "lts.postiveiy the profession a study and has done a line S. 74 W. 82 poles to a poplar said special no- - for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af- T3ord of TTPftlth ?ives vou a great deal of operating, and he feels A terrible double killing occurred at Redman corner; thence S. 13 W. 18 APeeklntcker ; Rvr nrAor nf the Board of Health fectiogs. 50c &$1 00 Trial bottle ireeaj. Burnside, Pulaski county, last Friday. poles to a po.t oak and black gum corshown how the box klen,s Arm. that he can give perfect satisfaction. A. J. Beattey, Paull Drug Co. of' Adair County, Ky. a magistrate, and W. F. ner to Joseph Miller; tbence with his ca Salve that E.S.o,arpenterf0f His office is at his home and he is well Heath, a umcer constable, were shot to death line S. 6 E. 136 poles to prepared to care for stock left in his 1 U. L. Taylor, Health the beeinnin?. Y. Maxilla. N. by deputy sheriff Frank Ellis and depj haye charge. Information Wanted. containing 78 acres. u J a nil- , vrrt1M uty constable Fount Helton. A lynch- of land lie adjoining. Said two tracts never imu ffi,ef0rsoreit will be held at W.eed, Ky . an There would not heal,"h A girl not over fourteen years old, so ing was barely averted, and Ellis and Or sufficient thereof to produce the Greatest Old Soldiers meeting, on Tuesday and My son, Lawrence Hadley, left his healer of burns, boU Dr. J. N. Page states, called at his drug Helton are in Somerset Jail. It is sums of money so ordered to be made. August 8 and 9, 1911. All with-n- f. Wednesday, chapped , July 10th, - home, near Esto, Ky store last Wednesday and applied for said that the direct cause of the double For the purchase price, the purchaser old" soldiers, both Union and Confederparents. He took hands and nntifvine his some medicine. "Any body sick?"ask-e- d tragedy was that Ellis and Helton, offW wjtn approved surety or securities. ate, are cordially invitea to attcuu. xhe stage at Columbia the same day he tions, eczema, corns o 25c at cers of the law, were charged with sell- must the druggist. "Well, yes; my execute Bond, bearing leeal inter- wv.., The meeting will be addressed'morning lof t home He is 19 years oiu, wm T..ll liug Cn JTilUIl "came the response. "You do ing liquor. eat from day of sale until paid and and evening of each day by one or more a?crli nhnnt 180 DOUnds, but not tall, Wl say" replied the doctor, handing her having the force and effect of a JudgRev. Payne, a nnmnloYinn dark, blue of the following ministers; Burton Yates and wife, Misses Bess, ment. Bidders will Mr. L S. Wooldridge; ngum, the medicine. nair j l. Firquin i.. uhtr., ohu be prepared to Rro. Thos. Hadley. Rev. Joe Doy ana a. Kate Holladay, Lettie Dun- comply promptly utzm. - eyes. He is a sober, good nkla..r sent us a cheeky . with these terms. dues SdRev.Depew. Between tne, nis W renewed for anothei r Tf anv one knows oi bar, Lena Murrell, Lois Holladay, HelW. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. savs SALT FOR SALE. '&esses there will be short talks by tne Wpahnuts. please write to his father and Npws is highly ai en Upton, John A. Harris, Jesse Mur' is in "w- and oid soldiers present Evry body Ky. rell, Philitus Dunbar, Paul Waggener, . Mi, a rnwti irA hrincr well- - Thos. Hadley. Esto, that he would be glad to) ed a iA vi tea to atieuu. uuiuc Protracted Meeting at Tabor. Will Holladay, John and Mark Holladay lffT- frnm Helm often her I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, and perhaps. filled baskets. The soldiers of the war rlpsp.rirjtii pnnn- . . Uot .. n tn flio others compose a fishing ..w aclJ,0 WIUb , ., of which cost only 15 cents more than the party of 61 to 65 are rapidly passing away. . Robert uononey wenu uH uc that went to Cumberland river Next Monday night, July J .Mt tOtl. ..uuiu.wnere T Lll ri seat Wednesday f10" ftir..aoianwu - vou sta tie, 54 bushel barrel which you buv else Monday. -'J: the 21th. " .. uu: et us a .nMMj-- 1T VJT1II Z: tMm -- o, ana rec- - Wlth tne rortaies uMC t v. whP Rev. B. M. Currie will begin a protractSara Lewis. fr. where. 'ine over our war experiences . Tfr ? a TTintter of record Wnniilr rlrre would sit tor o- ed meeting at Tabor Church, which SIOUX TJ: lnuiuuo. M ollections. xn ino- to a story teller. Clearance of Millinery. will include the 5th Sunday. The memCoffey, Chairman, the Portales boys, playea tne Ros-we- ll Mr. J. B. Rasner, who formerly lived that T. G. has never occurred, as bership and friends of that church are a closer game than did the in Columbia, is in a very serious condiJoel A. Moore. boys, which goes to show that time is always asked. My stock of ladies and,childrens Hats urgently requested to have their work tion, and was brought from his countrv and Portales combine their nipriKfnrk base-ba- l onrl when Elida home to this place for better treatment. mu3t go within the next 10 days regard a 1 well in hand to enter heartily into ti. rT-,The feed and livery stabl .. ;ntn a team thev have i -, His brother J T. Rasner, is giving him less of cost. The Hats we offar are the the meeting at the very beginning. RtPams met on the Lindsey Wilson diam RiibcpU Snriners. w to do the trick. r There will be no service there next newest midsummer styles. lose attention. Saturday afternoon, rsotn a bunch that knows how mond last ed by fire last Wednesday v Sinday, and the members are requestMis. G. W. Staples. and the wit News. Elida Kclubs had local reputation, hav. flour and fertilizer w g """J Mr. Walter Coakley, who lived at ed to come in to hear Bishop McCoy at see a close ana nesses expected to smoke. The loss is estimat lampbellsville, and who, when quite a Mr. I. N. Wells, State agent for the the Methodist Church here in town. game.both clubs being backed by Real Estate Sale. thousand dollars. The origin iung man was the pitcher for his home Farmer's Home Insurance Company, But the the usual number of rooters. is unknown. No insurance li team, often visiting Columbia, who was well known in Adair County, FARM FOR SALE. It contains 92 Ozark boys proved too much tor tne oj n P Mr Marcura was sa 1911, kl.ina sanitarium in Indianapolis a died atDanville last Thursday. He was acres, well watered, story and a half We will on Monday, August., 7th contest Glensfork team and when the difficulty. bw davs aero. His remains were seventy years old. ..Lon m nffr to the highest bidder great house, plenty of young timber, close to Pcloied the result was 30 to 5. , ll'roomiframe Domitory near tijht home for interment. the large church and school house. Will sell Sale. Eor The Taylor County Enquirer states cheap if sold soon. For information, .Mr. Henrv Dearing, who is known to the Graded scnooi duuwub, R. ! A Card, Adair eountv people, and residence now occupied by Rev. J. R. B. Guinn, that Mr. R. E Treeman and wife have write or call on rw q M p Zieerler Schrier Liberal terms ' Campbellsville, Ky. gone to Lexington to locate. They liv35 4t. at Campbellsville, met with a nmfnrA in 'Columbia. sale. Commit- -- oniort ftasoline Engine and Fee whHves Lire to thank my good friends and ed here three weeks. accident one day last weeK. m made known on day of severe to reject any and complete. Grinds uorn, oouauu attempting to mount his horse he miss tee reserves the right firs for their Assistance during Let us give Bishop McCov a great mm eoii fhflan. Call or address. ' the stirrup, fell, injurMr. J. W., Richards writes from No. congregation next Sunday morning. edliis footing in Mitchell and CoJ less of my father. May God It W. W. H. C. Baker, Ghm. em and spare their lives for. 2433, Manderson St., Omaha, that his is not often the pnvilige of people 'so Greensburg, ing his back and side Two ribs were wife is under the treatment of a far off the railroad have the pleasure Kirs. broken. Mr. Dearing is about 83 years Frances Dunbar. specialist in that city, and that she is of hearing the greatest preacher of the old. Being a very active man, he may wife Mr. G. P. Smythe conveyed his laftfc tomatoes J dB'lcover. T niitaiTillo vr improving. church; such as Bishop McCoy. WW first home-grow- n to the Norton mnrmary evidently an abundant crop Wi an ceiveu ax- Hiia nflRpfi were sent in M wlatter submitted to f i"4 .I.R.Crawford week, where the Smythe returned home j mnminir bv Mr. SamLewis, who brnes this season, tsusneis O. B. Finn, Campbellsville, Ky., Notice. Mr. '. t,m u;n afternoon services, next operation. He states that his wife is each year, very succbboj-u-n1 in miltiirl els have been delivered to headquarters for cold drinks. improvea m i : ti,siK i innmnniiiije. h i. s.f ft'plnrlf. on Saturday.. fsidents. We have noJoubt soda fountain. Also a General line o r ji iimm. .. od the. indications ,w this verv delicious vegetable. 1 have a combine harness and ,". . saddle getting a B L. 'Turner, who carriesi the drugs and staple groceries. tha New8 that he recovery. ;.,-the lawn nt the home of Mr. W. arlv n hor w--horse for sale. He is dark bay, 7 years Hi Ire to Breeding, has deliv Rurkesville street. Every puiufri W Woiiror been eating tomatoes for ten days. return home in aoout ieu uaa er thirty bushels, besides The school per capita is $4,40 instead olAloJ hands high and will work' anyA invited. body cordially nan (".lark and Estes Hani iave sold berries to town of $4J3, as repottad last week. The where. dog tax is doing some good.. Eldridge Barger, is called by the Hob- outfil The meeting conducted The attention of the trustees have purchasedthe barber's ; Joppa, Ky. t- - 13wy and their WlVCS. &b iVXIAUJ t. W. Bennett, located in th .U the fact that themtcnmgracjiuuuu Wanted: Dining-roogirls.. Apply ng a photograph of the ui io ,...-,- , c- are down, and complaint as vme, --;ivcv Tkfnndfiv nicht. We under- - i basement of Russell Co.'s store,-a- n Born to the wife of Whit Coosen t E. Bramlett, will or write to the Norris Hotel, Lebanon,' con- j D in partnership. made. On Burkeaville street the tnH that there were about forty rirz 3&3t 1 July 14, 1911, a daughter. to this office. Ky. '" ring it ' f efesiona during the meeting. chains are lying on the ground. : . -- -- - p - I te J? -- -- L to-wi- to-w- - - - ba, -- ... - I . - ". . -- 1 - aa3 A lWj$in.erilp. Tr, son-in-la- w. and-Lorett- o to "& I I J1W - . uu - t VI t- IV I .r ,. . 4. in ninst 33-3- - v . mier--estin- ... i'e-ba- -'I- ot-monv V . :3G-- 3t -- i 35-- 3t T, .i tbe-squar- i iwu.... -- u-AntP- ..j 4- w. ' v-- .... z vr b 9m v n :i.t rf -- "-- u...,. m, -- e .,i-f.the.sho- V " ' Jt .4 r ntf !! . r Jfc ijr tv f ' J rJ ii Lr AiLMi' ," r,r T' M 1M ' w - cs: -- '! P. . i 11 "w. 'V .J- - 'c, u THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i THE GHOST OF THE PAST. T the Home When White The Way English Servants Ape Their Master's Airs and Graces. Guests Are Present. Poor Human Derelict. Writing on snobs In the New York The usual sights on entering an EskiThe small crowd of grimy loafers mo habitation are: On the way oppo- Tribune, Frederick Townsend Martin, lounged weakly In the little circle of The Art of Making Them Resemberth covered the society millionaire, says: site you a steamer-lik- e light from the titfully flickering lamp ble Their Human Patterns. We are all familiar with the ludiwith skins the sleeping quarters of about tbe door. Two or three of them the family;. underneath, or in front, sit crous snobbery among English servviwere leaning against a many colored 7K poster, almost unreadable in the gloom. MATCH IN SHAPE AND COLOR. one or two women, busily sewing to ants that existed in the time of Mr. the right, a man making bunting gar. Tickwick. Not so many of us, howswung open it was never The door Never will you find an Eskimo fanily ever, appreciate what snobbery exists Bhut and a dapper figure in a red Jersey and peaked cap of the Salvation They Fit the Eye Socket Perfectly and idle. All occupauts are nuked tov he today in the realms of the servants' ith hall. I was once visiting Baron Ferdi waist, sometimes only covered Army appeared with a cheery greetTS. May Even Be Worn During Sleeping a loin cloth. Along tne wan on en ler nand Rothschild, whei. my valet came ing: Glass, For Which side burn several lamps. These lai ps to me Hours Made of and asked if he could go to Lon"Come in, men; come in. Fine treat No Substitute Has Yet Been Found. are shallow soapstone basins fi ed don by the morning train and get back tonight; splendid gramophone; all the al latest from the music halls. Come on Germany leads all other countries in with the oil of the seal, whale ora it- - In the afternoon. IN eyes. ms; along the edge is placed I said to him. "Why do you want to IN in." the manufacture of artificial One by one they went Comic songs The American consul general at Co- - tie ridge of moss. which- - ansv rs go?" Sir luirns. He replied: "Oh. sir, as we are only and Sousa marches rang nasally burg relates that probably ever since j tho nnrnnse nf tlie wink in!Uld besd,s The amps do not smokt! cheery through 'the hall. Then the stopping here a days, I did not put the. becrinuins of the world civilized illuminating, throw a great mat. In my evening few Is Going To The voice was heard again: suit, and last night, bub-beto hide or you being a foreigner, I found myself "Now for some grand opera, gentle- people have endeavored appearance, Above the flame bangs a piece of remedy any flaw in their to replenish the oil. also a tea- ranked men." above all the others and had subsided such as the loss of an eye would kettle. One living derelict who had to talp precedence of those who were vaYou are cordially invited to takejoff travelog silently after his arrival from the pub-ii- c cause. How this was done by the nations It is hard to say. Up to your things and stay awhile, ihis countsAl with dukes, earls and vis- - ?l house roused himself at the words. rious outranked them all and took "Opera grand opera," he muttered the present time no discoveries have means disrobing to the same extent,1 in the housekeener to dinnpr. And mv enlightenbeen made that would offer for the air is foul ana tue temperature hazily. M coine' mortiort was great when I noticed of the gramo- ment on this subject There are, it is that of a Turkish bath. If you IN The familiar whir And NJ i,,,.? Fe Everybody who is Indebted for a few unauthenticated accounts n,ni timo vhioh i nt nnv bnur tua- cVry m OI lQe men arouna tne phone began again, and then a voice true, K evening clothes, and I s?Z ages, but of tue (jay you are cordially invited to table js NT from the aluminium horn announced. ns far back as the middle ' alone Wte ih ym niv ordinary hlnnk-- siiif In is Urged to "Song from 'I PagliaccI,' by Pompey the first reliable report is given by the partake; you decline and no offense is By the up "v, sir," tenor of grand French surgeon Ambroise Pare in 15G0. given. If the meal consists of frozen haps yoiibeing he continued, "perCarlyle, the famous sK an American, don't si Two kinds of artificial eyes were fish, blubber or something they know opera." As the name of the singer Few Weeks know thain the servants' hall the TN was announced the ragged waif stiff-- j known to him, the ekblepharos and the white man abhors, some joker will valets anflmaids are alwnvs pnllwl M ened upright where he sat. Then as the hypoblepharos. The ekblepharos especially entreat you to join his dish aIter uie IN rang out his face held was made by painting the eye and all and tlien tuere i3 a great laugh all names. i 1- - asters' and mistresses' the first notes . don't call them Lady l all tbe agony of a lost soul. Straight surrounding parts as tar as tne Drows nrouna. The Eskimo loves to laugh, IN v simply by the last Vl on a plate, which was placed in front play practiCal jokes on his friends, NL to his feet he bounded; then, with a name. Thi Eari cork's servant 7K cry, "Stop it. for heaven's sake stop of the eye socket ana ueia in position resnorii in witticism, and Is of a would be 'Cork.' And in the pressed by a string tied over tne neau, The happy, childlike disposition. Treachery.' IN it!" and with grimy hands a over his face he rushed from the hall, hypoblepharos was used In a manner steaiin!r and lvim: are practically un- - housekeeper'sVie 1S in exactly the same OS similar to that of today, being put be-- 1 known among them, the two latter followed by a storm of abuse. hind the evelid. in the eye socket it- - onlv since some of them have imitated graue anu rusas tuat observed by IN "What's the matter?" queried the ..! NL .. ... 1 ct Aninnc?fll .w wuiotu rvf. fl TTlOtfll tne Tvnnre man. I am not including the their masters 1 mistresses unstalrs." y &eii, auu nfn 7(N commissioner. ihaIiI nTtninil , 7K um, Siberian. Greenland or Labrador Eski-answered another' ' suen or copper, saver m "Queer bloke." mo. Captain F. E. Kleiuschniidt in FRONT DOl NIGHT BELLS. waif, still gasping from an attack of with enamel and glass fusions, eight-bodyf It was only at the close of the Pacific Monthly. coughing which had torn his frail nix eentb century that these artificial eyea "Sings outside pubs. Used to In Doctors Are No e Only Ones Who practical use, It being Have be in hopera 'isself. Booze done it" j really became of or Them. DIAMOND BUYING. ILLICIT found possible to do away with i then "What do you call him?" At 1 o'clock i morning a man "IN IS metal shell altogether and employ the "Pnmnnr Piriri lookin; a doctor found 7K Kim- - who vwas "was his own song he enamel and glass. The material used Dodges the Traders Worked In "Heavens, it ts a door plate on w he distinguished 7K berley's Early Days. was a soft lead glass, easily shaped. beard'." London the words, "Nigh I," and rang the There are as many stories of I. D. B. bell. When the but also easily destructible, and an IN Nir opened and a Nl1 i. e., illicit diamond buying in South eye had to be renewed every three or IN appeared figure e semidarkness Sl TOBACCO CHEFS. four months to prevent the socket Africa as there were of smuggling in of iy IN the hall he said England a century ago. Louis Cohen sis. VL from becoming affected. tiuiTy up, is 7K ka Erperts That Make Sauces For FlaIt is known that in the middle of the tells of some of the dodges in his womrin at No. 1321 7K NI voring the Different Brands. nineteenth century eyes were made by "Reminiscences" of KImberley's early 7K The man inside salyi rigut an'a ?IN N "1 am a tobacco chef," said the sal- enamelers in Dresden, Prague, London days. "Dogs were enlisted in the trafIN in a tew seconas D,en were rac NIX IN low man. "I make the sauces that and Stockholm, and in Thurlngia. The fic and used as carriers. Often the ing down the street JS 7K give us smoking or chewing tobacco as Thuringian makers were not enamel-- a poor animals were first kept without top floor front room 132. In th4 NIT IN e sauces which ers, but glassblowers working in food until they were on the verge of woman. The newco a very sick food chef makes the TN died a small Jn cfnvTrnHnn and tnen civen lumps oi us sole colbert or poulet creole. nection with the porcelain painting Vl' a ok from his 7lN to the bedside thi;. dark, sweet, juicy plug I dustry, whose endless and untiring meat containing diamonds, which they table pap a fountain among! experiment resulted in the discovery bolted. Safely arrived at Christiania, pocket a sheet of of 'uaw brown.' so popular 7K pen NIT prosperous type of teamsters, of an ideal material, cryolite glass, the across the Vaal river, the faithful the more ' "What on earth are oing with IN Weil, the flavor of this plug is due to use of which led to a new technique j dumb friends of man were immediate7TT that?" said the man w a sauce made of sugar, licorice, whisky in eye manufacture. Moreover, there lv rewarded for their services by hav ed him. "You're a n summon- - IN NJX ctor, you IN can now be produced all the charac ing their stomachs ripped up and the and honey. 7k taken out. Horses. are." NJT "Here is a mild, cool pipe tobacco' teristics of the human eye which had imbedded baubles "Doctor; ecnoeu not IN that college boys favor. Smell it. been possible in enamel work. The( too. were utilized, being fed with balls a doctor; I'm a law Dp't you 7(IS Very aromatic, eh? Well, it has been new prosthetic eye received the name of meat containing diamonds and drivsign, i.nwye"krmiij.i Nl IN steeped in a sauce composed of the "reform eye." To be of value, how- en across the river under the very read the n "Rut what does 32T police. Carrier pigeons r ersential oils of citronella, bergamot ever, it must be made to exactly fit no.ses of the rr Wto 'fly throu h rhpi night bell?" the otbf'i sis i were requisitioned and cassia. the eye socket. c-7(N l" f' "To enable the pfL is. fl Todav it is possible to give to the re- - air with the greatest of ease laden make wills in the df1- u,Snt to fin3 "But It is when you come to the IN high grade Havana cigar, the cigar form eye any form and color desired. with the brigands booty. Hollowed him readily." wastf1"5"' , up to T that sells for 40 or 50 cents, that you and in most cases it can be even worn j heels inclosing diamonds sealed down "Once in a w T wax were also expedients em nous entamrle K see the tobacco chef at his best. He at nieht. therebv preventing the lid with straighten out doesn't make bis sauces then of such from sinking into the socket and the ployed with decided and profitable ments, but most common ingredients as sugar, berga- lashes from sticking together. At1 success." write after 10 p .. .v..r. tinn uccu muc mot, licorice and so forth. No, he Limes uiluiuiJia uaic Vinn Ml n f) e iu 1.f ' One Jady.had an ingenious way of people who ta suddenly recol-- 1 7In it getting out of a scrape. She was ;ver made a will X" makes them of bacteria. The flavors place the breakable glass by vulcanite K IN lect that they IN of the high grade Havana tobacco: or celluloid, but such efforts have long cooking dinner when a Cape boy and they wan air the omission NI IN IN knocked at the door and sold a forty When you said depend, you see, entirely on their since been given up as useless. while there man here I natn- - iN In lSoi the method used in France carat diamond to her husband. "It ferments. Each tobacco undergoes a there was a different fermentation, and here thej for making eyes was as follows: On was a trap. A detective Immediately rally thoughi Ils, not medicine. 7 chef comes in, applying the bacteria t the broadly pressed end of a small, rushed in to arrest the buyer, search- There is a di the corner house." TN of years which caube these fermenta- colorless, transparent rod of enamel ed the house, but no diamond could be NI New Yor: the pupil was first made, and the iris found. The good wife had placed itto the leaf. IN tions S "Yes, the tobacco chef of the highest was then formed on this by means of in the stuffing of a goose she was bastCloths. --as IN type, the one who ferments Havana a small, thin pointed, colored enameled in s gladly pay 25 cents N h Many IN tobacco, handles the various breeds of rod the designing of the ins being gle" I for so c for cloths, as they 7K The Use of Esquire. an ordinary chef handles made possible by melting the point of ' bacteria as silver and other The recovery of a letter which had are very( ry, they do not soil pepper and salt, mustard and cloves! this rod IN In I'aris the good eyes are now so been sent to a little town in Germany metals, othing and do their SJr and mace." Buffalo Express. IN IN made. A glass tube, closed at one end and never delivered to the person ad- the ha loth itself wears out color of the sclerotic, is dressed cured the writer of the cus- - work and of the cloth take one quart IN Punishment After Death. To ma half pound of whiting A necro. already under sentence of next blown into the form of an oval, torn of adding "esquire to a name of gasi & ounce of oleic acid. IS life imprisonment, was convicted of and in the middle of this a hole Is on the superscription of mail matter. and the edges ether and shaking well. . IN tvo charges of assault to murder. melted,evenly and of which aare round- Tbe letter In question would probably mixi K4 . i little out- have been promptly delivered had the pressed IN ". "uuien ciorn 7 the in With great gravity the jury sentenced ed off V ward. The iris Is then placed in this address John Soak, hang tli em in the onen read simply "Mr. Mm to five years on each charge and IN IN In. A thick Brown." But the sender had addressed mix lJ.v place to dry. When NI ordered the prison officers tokeep his opening and well melted air e dry the "magic" quail" 7. 7K -- NJ corpse for ten years after he died. Per- coating of glass remains behind. The it "John Brown Esquire." and the the eye is rounded off, the projecting rim communication rested comfortably in n given to them, and these IN IN dehaps a little theology entered the tie: ever a the "E" compartment of the poste 'V lose. The material 7K feeling as did the man of the white coat is smoothed with F? cision, the jury th. ol. New York Globe. metal rod. and this coat is thereby department, waiting to be called found hammering away at a snake joined to the sclerotic. By means of a IN IN of the NJ after be had killed it and who ex- thin, pointed red rod the blood vessels for by "Mr. Esquire." One against popK r of Deadly 'Enemies." guide books warns the plained by saying be believed in pun- to be seen on tbe hard coat of the ular ndolph Churchill once cave use of "Esq.," saying that it might be ishment after death. Judge. human eve are then melted in. The mistaken for a name. ise in Conuaught nlace what superfluous back part of the evoball ls a dinner of deadly enemies. ' A Statesmen's Queer Ambition molted off, thereby glviug to tbe eye! ought, says Mr. G. W. Small- Real Leghorns. The great Lord Grey had an ambi- the desired form. The eye is finally n .Memories." Little Willie was taken out into th politics. He bad passed placed on hot sand, where It becomes tion far above ous experiment. "It proved a I: countrv on a bright spring day. As reform bill, but that did not sat- sra dually cooled off. the e success. Thev wer nil isfy his soul. There was talk ot Glass eyes are made in quite a dif- - played with his sister in the farniya ople. They all recognized earnestly. ferent manner in Lauscha. the center a group of Leghorn chickens their and Grev said quite to "What would I gie to dance as well of this industry in Germany, where proached, led by a Leghorn rooster. ions thc their hostess na nn m. ' for ....i. flrr. KA:n t A Few of i,uic ueiuy. m some ' as she!" "Will." said the little girl. Specials for their manufacture is altogether a ancient animosities were soft-I- n The statesman who had been prime house industry. The eyefs are usually are those chickens called Leghorn Owl Cigars, all they were suspended." Box of 50, per box "Look at their ankles." Willi minister and had left an indelible made by one member" of a family, and $1.85 v . his country Daniel Boone mark on the history of " gen- - plied. "Don't you see the little tbe art is handed down from one 50 3,75 The Shoplifter. was actually envious of an opera eration to another. A gas flame is on them?" Straus No. 9 " ' 100 Jed Shucks and his wife had dancer! London Globe. 3.60 used for melting the glass. A small j Chas. Denby " ' 100 York cit.v. and nftor h,t. Very Much Alike. drop of white glass is put on the white i 3.75 home Jed was describing to his San Felice " Right Back at Her.. The late Frank Work once 100 sclerotic is & nds the wonders of city ways. 3.75 you to blown ball from which the "Does vour husband allow El. Toro Porto Rican " ' 50 to be made and is then blown so as to humorously the difference b 'An' we went to a big department stores?" have things charged at the 1.85 Optimo 10c St. Size make a circle about eight millimeters curbstone broker and a ," op," he said, "an' we got inter one o 50 "Oh. I think he would, but" broker with a seat on the On this cir(0.315 inch) In diameter. 4.00 Optimo 2 for 25c Size iein 'ere things wot vhizzes ye clean " ' 50 "But the stores wouldn't. Is that cle the structure of the iris is built by change. 5.50- - c p to the top what in tarnation is "It-i- s I Quail Perfect Tvhat you were going to add?" much the same di " " 50 means of variously colored glass rods. heir name, ma?" "JUi, no. 1 was going to say that A drop of black glass makes the pupil. taid. "as the One between 3.50 La Aaz 10c St. Size " ' 50 "Shoplifters. Jedediar," Mrs Shucks he gives me plenty of money with Over the finished iris crystal glass Is tnd a crocodile." Buffalo 3.75 Filson Club 10c St. Size replied. " '' 100 which to pay cash. Does yours?" melted In order to imitate the cornea. 7.50t Buffalo Express. " ' .25 Traditional. FiIsonClub2for25cSize The further manufacture is similar to ? ' Encouragement. 2.85 Prison Visitor To whi Cherterfield description. that given in the first "I tell you' said Dottypate. "I'm 50 An Unbiased Champion. iribute your downfall, .OU P.iiravaM-e tr oil i nobody's fool." r oc soiai tDy us 6 Packs for "Oueer world, isn't it? See that Convict To procrastir 25c Flannagan's Way. "Oh, well, never mind, Dotty, dear," All yes; pre chap over there, the one who Is putbranes 2 for 25c AH 25c brands Cassidy Flannagan's thinking of go-I- Visitor Ah. aid Miss Cynica.' "Some day sofae -- up big holler for individual ting tbe tbe thief of time. Mail orders filled on the same day as into the haulm' business. He I stole a watch. Nc nice girl will come along and take received. drinking cups for public use?" bought a folne new cart today. Casey you." Harper's Weekly. "Yes." But shure he has no horse. Flannn-ga- n jerreson "He hasn't drunk a drop of water No, but he's goln to buy wan L0U,SV'L Cause For Congratulation. seven years." Cleveland Plain v. for He What "ouMJKre Casey Well, that's loike Flannagan. The Dealer. kiss you? She WBtue came Boss Mr. Stubpen. when you He always did git the cart befoor the in this morning I detected a guess when you horse. Philadelphia Ledger. trace of liquor about your person. The Vary Same. The The . Adair Coiiniy exact facts? BosbV Bookkeeper That's fine, sir! Fine! Howell I can say the Ten froni That shows how .much better your Both Jowell Yes, It Is a very great thing for us to do Tbe fine art of backwards. One Year $1.50. , cold is, air. Puck. " Ne-the very beat we can do just where tbat's th .way. yon obey them. each person and as we are. uaDcocK. it Rose Ud to Taunt and Haur. tht ARTIFICIAL EYES. ESKIMO A Glimpse of FAMILY LIFE. SNOBBERYJELOW STAIRS, REMEMBER THAT - . The Adair County News r, Cash Basis Pay U-- i j I - that the ( Paper within the next ..' wu. v. ! ! i j o, cd i ) J i I -- 4 I J - 51 The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher i I Tit-Bit- s. 1 pk S1-- J We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al con-giv- j in-"Ta- ready Large List j iui'm -.- ar - t I .""" w 9 ' 4 STioil! 0ne j Dollar and Fifty Cents sets $ The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year I i I -- ... Louisville Times and News res-tant- e $4.50 immMm Smokers I Anglo-America- I Ta-glio- n-Q- j ! I j j "1'IUIIMVJ our MftKFIK AtTFMTMm ill I Hi I HJi ( j vis-Ne- w tfl :g I I -- & a tT UJ n' forOc CITY HALL PHAPMArv Cut Rates ' caV Com-jaandmen- ts Teil Tuai. -- m. MiiiiiM hisjV jW for news and CouricTuriia! ' v i j- - j, y- - y ! "- - V , .J' 1- - ," :, t, A X:i ' V 1. IflE - ADATR COUNTlY NEWS 3- - SHOES FALLING COCOANUTS. IN JAPAN. ! IMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS KUiUUUUIiUtUIUUliUiUUUU ' HUMOR OF THE DAY l Man Had It on His Mind. Dew Makes Most of Them' Drop From the Trees at Night. "li the tropics when Uie coeoanut is wanted for nlanting," said an importer of the fruit "the nuts are picked up j when they fall from the tree where they have hung for about fourteen months in ripening. It is a fact not generally known that a majority of the nuts drop at night, which probably accounts for the small loss of life by t tocoanuts falling upon the neaas 01 the natives. "The action of the heavy dew at night loosens the seal with which nature has provided the nut and allows it to fall. The nuts wanted for planting are either gathered into heaps or placed under sheds, where they are allowed to sprout before planting in order that good, healthy nuts may be selected, thus avoiding. the possibilityj. .. - .. j of planting 'blind' nuts mat in a sprout, in which case much time would be lost in starting the cocoanut walks. , j. ' , best substitute that can be used to replace butter fat removed by the cream separator,, writes H. E. McCartney in Farm and Fireside. Flaxseed has all the qualities demanded of such a substitute. It is high In oil or fat. It is very palatable, and its effect on the calf's digestive system is beneficial. To prepare flaxseed for this use is a very simple process. Simply boil it in about four times its bulk in water The boiling is to be continued until the whole seeds have burst, after whiih ., tAiiT?i(k-A n jjjfcj in lftr il iittt vin. a. ciuiiitVf mice Rnnnrh e prepared at one time to last IOT uas' as u not liab!e to -"--- Flaxseed For Skimmilk Calves. We have found that flaxseed is the ry: .I" feu,dl a foot of soil. The hole is filled as the sprout grows until the latter reaches the surface, then it is left to itself, requiring no further attention. Should the place where the cocoanut Is planted be anv great distance from the sea- shore "a quantity of salt is placed in the hole. The plant will grow In lux-- I uriance, However, but a short distance from the shore, nearness to salt water being absolutely essential to its welfare." Washington Herald. milk just before feeding time. V ful difference in the growth pearance of the skimmilk calf. How- the church: " 'I'm getting tbe mo entirely take tbe ever, it will not ,., Highest Grade Fancy Patent Flour 6oc 24Ibs bag as 1 can.' mu piace ui iub uuuci i.n. o.uc . everybody ine church gigSIZE OF WHALES. "Then " $5.00 per Bbl. calf even at Its bet will not grow as gled." one rapidly or mature as early as the Length of the Biggest Ones and Second Patent Flour, 55c241bs bag that suckles its dam, yet in nearly all Height They Can Snout. "Hoss anoss" . more profitable to milk the cases it is $4.49 per Bbl. Tjf suppose you A government official who has made Minister-No- w. cow and raise the calf by hand. " a special study of whales states that Lard anp Flour bothe Guaranteed to give satisfaction. did something nf "if uId T If the average length of a full grown asked if you did iT hat not exactly as represented, we invite you to return. No Poultry op the Farm. sulphur bottom whale is just under say? On every farm poultry should not eighty feet. This, estimate disregards charge for what it takes to try. MAKING STEAM WORK. a prominent t kno? only have a place, but T- -.i, the exaggerated reports sometimes Minister-Y- ou 3 nlnnn rTMi,.f olirvilM llD t fTCinil !inilSf told spread by sailors and is based on ,..t TOn,AiaPen if Wire and Wire Fence Unfortunate inventors Who Antedated actual measurements of many Indi- James Watt. "e 9 bars- - 38 in. Stardard 25c . . m, pure bred fowls. One hundred to 200 a Tommy-Thl'fe- ete. 10 Bars 47 in Standard 2Sc aimiuicua. xntrie seem 10 ue lzT James Watt took out a patent on his fowls Is not too many for a farm of lifeUl-- ' Jm "uat " creciihle accounts of whales reaching Minister-T- h" 6lm- 3b 7 bars 26 in 2zhi " 18SC steam engine in 17(51), but as far back average size. a length of from eighty-fiv- e to ninety-fiv- e you told the r a captain in Spain as 1543 there was Barbed Wire, Arrow Brand, $1.65 Spool of 80 rods. " fields and garden produce a The feet, but the authority quoted has Tommy I'v the devil. Toledo who constructed a vessel of 200 tons large quantity of food for fowls that never seen anv of thnt. l L .Barbed Wire, Gliddens Brand $2.50 Spool of 80 rods. and propelled It at Barcelona in the would not otherwise be utilized, while Blade. Whales appear to grow with great, presence of the Emperor Charles V. the farm poultry establishment opens Literal. rapidity, the lensrth of wnriimwi hoino3 Wire and Wire products have advanced fully ten per cent. .. and his court by an engine, the con- U ilj fr Hie fnim Vrw nnll 0 iing hurried off to bed estimated at from thirty to thirty-fiv- e . 1U1 iiiiiii wj .t. Otrl tfl but we offer at same prices as made before any advance. struction of which he kept a secret make a little money out of a work that 8 P- - m" desPite tue feet. an old document says that in it j n nnhirp stndv. interesting ana at her usupur'were guests in tne But e HOW hisrh can Whnlps snrmf? T1in-nw 2 was a monster caldron or water anu profitable as wellj and it is one of the j fact thatf . graphs taken by the scientist referred nouse ' ho that there were two movable wheels , ... Trll trn n hart TflfVi iu nf OTTm1nvmpnf. fhpv Pfln frat 10-- 2 at 90c for Corn tive a means or measuring with at $1.05 corn or.tobacco on the outeide of the vessel. The em- physica, don't you?" a visitor some accuracy the height to which the win nofc tax thelr . . tHe LIIK,, nrnvn- - irno cnttcftorl .... -- ,. .. its nnPrlltlnn. iBtrengtu properly .,.-..mrm svmnatriy remarKeo-nanaiea. uie at $1.30 for Jobaccb. water is thrown. This appears to be but the treasurer of the kingdom ob- - , caQ fae mflde far more profltable j "No r1'" renlied Ages, resent- much less than it has offen been supWrite for prices, any analysis you need. jected to it, and so no encouragement fa on a good many ing hiyrence to ner yuth' "l so posed to be. It is claimed that even was given to the enterprise, xne poor ,g a,rcadv paying mamma-Harper's Mag the great sulphur bo'ttom whale on the rv ms to bedfi Disc Harrows. ' ' following Bargain Prices inventor, whose namewas Blasco de ; average spouts to a height of only larce profits over expenses of estab- - azine. Guerere, wearied and disgusted at the lishment. care and feed. ( 8 Discsl6 in. at $17.00 fourteen feet, although occasionally 10 Discs 16 in. at S1S.C0 want of patronage, took the engine out e Safe Course. the height may be as much as twenty 12 $19.50 of the vessel, and the secret of the 8 18 $19.00 Thlrf ;emay have been impudent. feet. Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. Treatment of Wound by Nail. machine was buried in his grave V the customer 10 smiled in 18 " " "" 12 UP "u. case the horse $21.50 In welf as The incident was almost duplicated A Just Beast. IzZZ - Other sizes at same ow u tell bad eggs?., askpd Franco a century iaWr. Th Taoiinjlghthen wash it out with a proportion in In the days when the late archbish- - j 5 mous Marian de l'Orme. a celebrated solution of carbolic acid tne yuu.sewife op of Canterbury, Dr. Frederick Tem- - 3 "l nevei Frenchwoman, who lived to be lo4has been aone stop up tbe cervclerk?iT tbe er- - Pie, was master of Rugby he sen-- I old, told in a letter to an admlrsaturated with years witn cotton rencea to expulsion a boy who was in- - zS v Two HorseJWalking $15.50 and $16.00 er, dated 1G41, of a man confined in a . iirenfc It pent v." nnnn- t. uuense cnargeu, agamst KT2 If this remedy is used at to tell a v l Ui " " -urging that lock- : madhouse of Paris for Christianm Two Horse Riding $25.00 and $27.00 him, but who could not clear himself j oce u wi preveut an attack of anything could be done by the force- , wuuoiu exposing tne real offender. OTI ,. Our Cultivators are the best made. All Equip- fT"l.o. mon'n tlfiniP WHS SolO- , "" 01 sieaui. iuc ii,cAu .. rvormanuy, Tranquillity. The lad made np his mind to bear the ..c ""-"hi- a ' de Coste, a native of ped with 8 points 4 shovels and 4 Bull Tongues. nion Clodding Pete. punishment wrote to his father -, I'm tempter Qut r route thQt,n saying tnat and was sure his family and it was because he had persistently SUITABLE CROPS he Five tooth Cultivators with leverT$2.2b 2 followed Cardinal Richelieu, imploring re arctic regions.' taKB1mB ,T would rather have him expelled than an interest in his invenhim to take good." ventured know him to be a sneak. The father Fourteen tooth " ., " $3.10 tion, that he was put behind bars. FOR HOG PASTURES. ' aieauueiiufe P promptly sent the letter to Dr. TemBlack Hawk Corn Planters, Check Rowers S34.00 9. hnr "No, but Kansas City Star. Tves Kit a rest ple, calling attention to a postscript in 2s None o' the iao In nf 4fM which the boy said he wished the doc" " " Drills One horse with Fertilizer $11.50 Browning a Great Talker, 3" farm hands. T tQn tor to understand the matter and add" " ' ' it tf Lord Houghton talked more than Raps and Rye Furnish Excellent ed, "Temple is a beast, but he is a 12-5 plain $9.50 AnothF , most people he certainly was eclipsed just beast." It Is on record that Tem3 We belong to no retailers combine. We make the Price spoke louder by Mr. Browning, who "Do y Sked the ple did understand, nnd the boy was 1 Fall Forage, and with greater persistency man auj giving wo- - not expelled. Dr. Temple, grim old ARE YOU WITH VS. one I have ever come across in my life. "Jl-"" made poli- man that he was, was always proud Although I had known him as a girl, of the title "a just beast" tics any cleanerr Correspondence Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 3 are mucu we did not renew our "acquaintance Clovcr pastures,v, which nnsture3 in the . Well j can.t that," replied ., a i until after my marriage, when I saw most commuii ui liic nw tne oiu seLuei. iw some chil- . c,aarX ,.- -, him, as he constantly d, rorv lnrce amounts , a great deal of ; to our house. He dined with us came fe-isiuminiiiiim -' mountaineers whose patriotism see me nfton nml used to come and only equaled by their marksmanship, l generally every Sunday afternoon. He in the spring and continue growing Her Q .ind. is one told by C. K. Bolton in the COLUMBIA DISTRICT, FOURTH ,., agreeable and kind, and, althe weath1IT iiilv.- when in -Cane Valley Sept 13. was very American Historical Review. ,. ROUND. was never one of his devoted wei,,. ! though I tue 7. In 1775 500 recruits were needed, Gradyville-Se- pt. am i 1617. followers and often told him I had iiKeiy tu nrnca i'rii lu awfully pretty ant".aw , J" " but many more came forward, and the a line of his oeconie'o woody and hard that ho nAAiiCfJ 1..A. never been able to read Columbia & Tabor, Tabo- rWest Montiqello, Bethesda Farm- - ngnr. "ui.i - - t0 ,m commanding officer decided on a shoot... . ,. reau-n-in nnotrv he still continued his friendship "- f thA clover. ing match to determine their proflcien- - July 1. prove iuc out'not Sept. 23-- 24. with me. I think most people feared 7rs should guard against this condition tjr. .. Doara one root square, bearing men inly soro?1 frlend- a chalk outline of a nose, than loved different green feed rather Jding some let T. L. Hulse, P. E. Monticello, Alexander Cha was nailed -- ivvQ wear to ",?.:.. did. but women adore poets, and they lOr laic 0,r,TTiPr nnd autumn. "u-- ' a tree at a distance of 150 yards. 1JOBIOU JtX auuiu.. mav --- .. July 2- -3. worshiped Mr. Browning From Lady Parson's Poem A O'em. Those who came nearest the mark There are several crops wmv.pasture St Helier's "Memories." planted for late summer with a single bullet were to be enlistA Damaged FfomRev. RStub-nvoll- . Jamestown, Rowena July 5. . Allison.Ia. whi! will furnish fresh succulent ed. The first forty or fifty men who in praise of Dr. King's New Life PiUs. Sonhie. after scru new seasons of the year. Russell Springs, Forgot His Own Tongue. "They're such a health green feed for all sister for several mi ivered shot cut the nose entirely out of the A traveler in arctic Siberia, Mr. (ipon creases in tbe board. of the most valuable o In every home these tills should be Springs July a cold hunter, told the follow neck r fat "" This may ue If other kinds yon've tried in vain ' at little wrists and "I to civilization: Albany, Albany July 1516. ing of his return ' at tbe last cnltirattou "XfnTnma." said SOI USE DR. KING'S Minht R . WC.WU. Irnne. . J.seed ,. . . A T7n.... Via," , .found that half a dozen of the officers . nauona L..A.1 of three to five pounds of will "we aon i wuui uvv. Vinft'31'1, And be wellagain uuicuer was anving a cow 2.3c at Puall Clinton, Davis Chapel July 17. i to his slaughter and men of the steamer which my em- 1.1 Pre and by early autumn house when a stranger must exchange her rigl Drug Co. come to ployers had sent for me had Peytonsburg, Poplar oiwi'y--mm ana saia: "what are you nave made a growth to furnish i Rye is lineator. hunt me up. The captain dismounted, going to do with that cow?" "I'm goof an excellent quality. 20. KENTU and I tried to address him in Russian, ranL nihilities of which Mixed, but Em ing to kill her," said the butcher. The FAIRTES. ,o.- ,rmt marrle said, You forget that I speak are stranger looked the cow over carefully. but he " oear creeK, itose .ot Sfcaron , n it- will crow iI every mninlitte "Oh, I t English. Now, it may seem scarcely Q h .w.i," moruuiK, " late in i summer or euwj don't believe I'd do that If S6 f0"0V!:nS e the dates fixed for SQ.. for a ,. thl pYninined holding: the KentucVv T?a;M fmion credible, and yet it is true, that h nastured juu Aeeu ner up awhile I think she'll JUly -n P during the winter, will ". . ,tl button few moments I was totally unable to live." Kansas Magazine. Burkesville, Allen's Chape, ,,. n rPP,i in the spring and nnd shakeuave t0 a shirt him in my native tongue, i converse with down J sions or correction nfotDo. in July 30-- 31. the following ry out the furnace every t hnd not used a word of itlow conver A Hit. physicVersailles, the Washington Herald. sation for months, and my days., "I made a great hit at the banquet summer. Millet. Kaffir corn and Renox, Terrys Chapel Auer 1. Lexington, Auguest days." August al condition acting on my nerves con- various varieties of sorghum can also vame on: witn a good deal ,, Glensfork, Sparksville Aug2. fused my mind, and I spoke a jumble be used for this purpose with excellent itusseu bpnugs August tu.n'tI In and Downs nl nf .."'"u,, ' days. tableA T English, Russian and Korak. It results. There is no section of the of breakfast vAnfo ' Union town. Aumicf o r jr "" ftuww juu ever spoke at Thurlow, Ladys Chapel-A- ug. good. was a week before I could talk your two letters from, aeai,anquets." Vanceburg, August country which is adapted 10 uuK i days, 5- -6. straight English again." proauce one is from Jaa Hub-- Oh. j Ing which will not necessary Lawrenceburg, August 15- -4 days. up. ana. ho asking me to come solutely aeclinea. these pasture crops so CWcag0 Greensburg, x.eitcnneia, August 1&- -4 days. v Potato Scones. growing of hogs as well as uuui "j " a economical Burkesville, August 154 days. . AotPQt trrowth and flesh de on bake potato scones sift a cupful .. xiax To i. Aug. 1213. "come down."-BostBroahead, August 163 days.. and a half of flour with a half tea- - velopment of the anlmals.-Kan- sas Modern Eccentrloltv. Spurlington & Early Union Fern Creek, August, two teaspoonruis spoonful of salt and Wanted It Settled. Farmer. nac an eccentric person young Columbia, Aagost 22- -4 da5, of. baking powder and rub in three, i.rTh0ro'a one thuig T never Ridge Aug. 1920. worth Is." hm Caws. tablespoonfuls of shortening. Add one Shepherdsville, her husband began! e never potanoticed plan uerstand," He seema to Campbellsville,Sta. Aug. 20 London, August August 22--4 dayc. cupful of light, freshly mashed 22 4Jdays. It's an excellent and profitable' in tot no further, for sne wiei.u, oAe rather a it senslbla snrf nf toes, add one well beaten egg and to begin spraying the cows early Erlanger, August 21. enough milk to make a soft dough. before the flies are so "Which one your first wire Gerraantown, August 24- -3 days hev wants to Tinmn hia hut,. Campbellsville Cir.,- out half an inch thick, cut and skin of the anl- Itoll Chicago Record-HeralThe hair and Nicholasville, August 293 days o oven. er Record-Her- . bake on a hot griddle or in a hot !... wnmo so saturated with Chapeli-Aug2- 2. . Somerset, August 29 3 days. A Set Back. Serve very hot, with plenty of butter. the spraying solution that the fight , your s Bardstown. August 30- -4 days. successSuburbanite. Mannsville, Mount Zion Aug. will be more "Started saving up for against the-fliPathetlo Prnnt. Monticello, September vacation yet?" days the start. ful from tlm is dead, my Jim is dead!" 26-- 27. A Wiso Guy. Alexandria, September 5--5 days harl stjirted. but we ran t old colored mammy, holdlnr "ntiotnv's letters to me are exceed Mount Olivet, September 50i nH now I shall have to be; Casey Creek, Christies Chap. . Wood Ashes For Hoflf. -4 davs hit... i - u iBLier ITOITl commonplace," said one or over again."-Det- rolt "CiO Press. Free ingly dull and of wood ashes Hodgenville, September Keep a small box from the dead letter officer -- Aug. 2728. get at l . charcoal where the hogs can fair girl. Sanders, September 6- -4 days iome Companion. "Don't you know why?" responded It will do wonders toward keeping Nipped In the Bud. Temple Hill Sept. Kentucky StafcsIFair you to -the other. ! ' oep" HeIf I ghould-er-- ask them aeaitny anu tucu. matters of a dome of mnv ninp&if West Tompkinsville Sept. 5 tember 11- -6 davs. "No." to A little attention Horse Cave, September 20trone. the white radiance of eter 6"Gustav once served on th jury m tida kind-'w- lll . -4 dav reault In a more thrifty BuYrm'd make the tbJrteeBl MayfieW.Sepf ember day, promte , Bt a breach of quicker fatteninc. Newark f$. jAsitou growth and ' Liberty August 22--4 days. Tompkinsville Sept. 9-- 10. Star. " '" .S.'L: X. ap Flax- ! "TPflf" limtnuntUnon 'n,i,A . wer shop blaze i brilliance and the :r5 to me one "I.;:- - .onVenV r want ,,J uern maker squats at his inulti- the t e"trance Tl AtJ , . t Wednesday.' Ijrhaps task" aAtm.in suvftWmr nht-n- we JfUA see you. "'All right. I'll marry L irum lue uoue aua ue performs "'And I want the church bell to te operation as skillfully as the sur- ring.' aOU With his rtlSKvHn' tviiiLVi , fc.g5 Ttaf UCC1 " 'Yes, you can have the bell rung. u chicken are commonly sold in this ? " 'And the organ played.' &hion. " the organ.' " 'All right, you can have Two or three paces farther on one is y 2 "'And I want everything tfse afrontetl with a typical Japanese :S ever had at a church wedding." i oe store. All the footwear of the lit- " 'You shall have it. t bell rang, ' brown man is here on view. The 33! "Well, the day came, the Z I ta (wooden clogs) and straw the organ played, the ctW offwas e indeed a fanciful exhibition. sandals They as crowded and everything went I ie the benches, the floors, the shelves, i :1 vouug man wanted It. Wea the iiey hang the from above vr seemingly ' ZZ2 couple cereinonv was over the yourf i tTe seller just leaving tbhancel- - j e everywhere, allowing waited instead of jout enough room to squat on his t chnnU-- h;inrls with thelde and The newcomer - i at. then hpld my band out toie bride- t ed at the Immense is at once star- X3 5 quantity of this giuuui. g nis trou- ' mple footwear and the many, places "Ho had his hand deep iPhere It is sold, but he soon finds a r2 sers pocket, and as I stoq'th mine 11 I A clergyman tells the following sto and booths of Japan are of failing interest. Here the greengro- cr and fruit seller has arranged his vares till it seems as though one look- -' k, Will Wear Out From Eight to "r vn ' IT2 j airs a w ear. UiiiiiUiUiUUlUIUiUU!iUiUJ o: S 3 TTZ Money is and Everything. 'C 4.V '" W1 r. And we all must economize by buying where we can get the lowest PRICES an any M any-bod- ' ii LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. '- I The Great Green River Merchandise j 1 Distributor Offers pure Hog Lard 50 lb Tins at $5.50 44 Hogless Lard 50 lb Tins $4.49 .. LMaToSe'M,a"ToS'ue1 ,.i s ilution to his query when he hears 3 lat a Japanese man annually makes fway with from eight to ten pairs. - rrS out as fast Christian Herald. nrwl i t fiipntlr -- i ova- - 3 ,.t. 1 ; Tit-Bit- s. 3 j-o- u ! i "" ..J jj :3 .. l.:-,I- - I ..-- -. Fertilizers 1-8-2 I r, v. ll -- -, I . . "m H 2-8- -4 g " at ! ogi .i. i I J- Cm JTed "uv-cu- ,. 5 Cultivators . . A I LV J :3 4 -- BJS.nSr.Ht " W H "-- F-s nsssr f -- ,., 'zscMst- - , ...., - ... . s rG -- - j him-certa- ,,,, .''Knn -- - Van-rierli- n. ftt 89. Russell n... I fi-,- " fciet-lT- . ..- 1 . m .J ( u - r,.. EU.aLr:;:,nor0n l- ZZStgSKT ! ";" "" -- ,,,. .,.. 23 76 94 84 m;coru-i:ierai- Quisenberry cu es nu-Sero- S. 23-4I- days. d. Sarah."-r-Chicag- Souls ' 54 lf " a- lu days "" 23. taji,' i case."-rWa8hlng-t- on 7l 27-4- ,. N ..s v .f & m I,. i f r "4 ' I THE AIJA'IR COUNTY' KEWS COUNTY ground this year,(is to be favored ocratic party, will meet in Louis Published Every Wednesday with the rising'star of Democra- ville, Thursday of this reek. cy in the- coming campaign. After the vote in the late irima BY THE Representative Ollie James has ry has been announced an( cer Adair County NewsfiCompany. taken the matter in hand, and he tificates of nomination awarded, ( Incorporated.) has already secured promises a plan to formulate a decla ation EDITOR. from the most of the leading of DrinciDles will be ;?reed CHAS. S. HARRIS - THE ADAIR HEWS most interestingpolitical battle utive Committees of the Dem mmm mm mmmmmm Democrats in Congress to make l4itfTIltin Hawiaaiki t n nmnri erest of the City of Columbia and the people Speeches 111 the Kentucky cam- rww i mf nti f Adair and adjacent counties. paign. ineaiist included Wilas sec- liam J. Bryan, Speaker Champ Entered at the Columbia ond class malllroatter. Clark, Oscar Underwood, the chairman ofthe Ways and Means WED. JULY. 19. 1911, Committeefend the Democratic Header in the house; C. Kitchin, For United States Senator of NorthCarolina,"; one of the OLLIE M. JAMES great orators in the House; H. For Governor B. MCCREARY JAMES D. Clayton, of Alabama, the For Lieutenant Governor chairman'of the House Judiciary EDWARD J. MCDERMOTT Committee, who was the presidFor Attorney General ing officer of theJDemocratic NaJAMES GARNETT tional Convention at Denver and For Auditor A &." 1 upon. Tl I i Post-offi- ce At the Republican State Con vention the names of Mr. I anks and Mr. Cox were not pre: nted to the delegates. The m ne of Judge E. C. O'Rear was pi sent-e-d bv Judsre A. R.. Burna i, of Richmond, and he was nom inated for Governor by act amation. Fisrt j i , Until Au usf We will offer for Cash our entire stock of . Summer Hardware, - Buggie, Wagons, Harness, Field Fence, Stock Remedies, Enameled Ware, Tinware, Nickel and Silver Plated. Ware, Hammocks and Mayor Helburn, of Midc esbo- ro, who was a leading andi-dat- e for the Republican nomination forILieutenant Governor, kV If ri . v an orator'of I renown; Finis Gar- - waa lurceu lu lay uuwii uic iiiiui. PRICES THAT WILL MOVE THEM For State Treasurer nett, of Tennessee, one of the Judge O'Rear announced that he ia - QUICKLY. THOMAS G. RHEA E3 eloquent'young Demoerats in the would decline to lead the ticket For Secretary of State If you need anything m our Kne House, and JTom JHeflin, of Al- if q man toqc nnf. rm nnf. lirtlHino you can't afford to negl, ... i uu, C. F. CRECELIUS D ,v Iect this. mis money saving opportunity. abama, one of the leading spell his views. For Supt. of Public Instruction. The goods we are offering at reduced prices binders in public life, and well BARKSDALE HAMLETT are fjrom our regu- Jar stock; no cheap goods brought In largest number of Odd- The known to Kentuckians. A big For Commissioner of Agriculture for this sale J. W. NEWMAN Remember that this sale will only continue rally in Louisville, in which some Fellows ever seen in Louisville at until Aug. 1. For Clerk of Court of Appeals of the leading Democrats in the one time, was there last week. Come at once and get your choice of ROBERT L. GREENE these nation will ask to take part, They held a reunion at Fountain For Railroad Commissioner Great Bargains. promises to be one of the feat- - Jberry Fark. The daily papersV. F. KLAIR ures of the forth coming cam- - reported fifteen thousand in ?sl The Republicans in State Con- -' paign Govs judson Harmon, vention have named their ticket 0f 0hio, and Woodrow Wilson, of Edward V. Lee, of Russell-villto be voted for at the November New Jersey, the two most Ky., pleaded guilty to It is headed by Judge inently discussed democrats in E. C. O'Rear, of Montgomery connection with the Presidential stealing $43,000 while pay cleik county, wjio named the aspirants nomination next year, will be of the battleship Georgia, and All who were to be placed on the asked tojattend this contemplated was sentenced to serve five years u ticket with him. The candidates rally. Several Senators have and to pay a fine of $5,000. Mr. Robt. Shas about re. who did not hold to his promised Representative James Hoke Smith has been elected nSVATCH MAKER and JEWELER pronounced views were to help him out in his campaign to the United States Senate from covered from a attack of typhoid fever. given cool comfort, had no show- - this faU Among the number is ' Georgia. He serves out the Mrs. Geo. Grj We are not per- - Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, who ing whatever. child- late Senator Clay's unexpired ren of Russell MsuWork is all Guaranteed to Give 'Perfect rtall' sonaliy acquainted witn au tnealfcnough blind is one of the!timei Satisfacti J'e's- ing at Mr. Jof candidates who are on the ticket, greatest orators in the country.' Office in Mr. Ingrarbertsn spent The head of it is a gentleman Senators John ' Sharp Williams, Willard HoA small fire in the J- - N. PAGE'S Drug Store. who has wondistinction at the'0f Mississippi, and Reed, of Mis-b- tel one night during the conven- last Saturdaf lfc with his sis and is now almember of thelsouri wili be numbered among tion, put the delegates to flight. ter, Mrs. ppherril. Appellate Court of Kentucky, the Democratsfof national prom-H- e The damage was about $1,500. Mrs. J. patherford and says he? will begin an active inence who visit Kentucky this son John J at tm's writing canvass of the State the latter fall t0 help the Democratic Senator Bradly was the whole and Mrs. PendIeton. Mens $4.00 Low Cut Shoes (all styles) part of Augusts In his speech of cause, push and a little the rise at the Mr. E.P sPent Saturday $2.95 ( n o.ou . n a .. J Ilnnla U . D r con-- 1 acceptance! he stated to the Republican State Convention. (( d. koo- 2.70 night wi -- ""4c 3.00 it (( It The Republicans in State tt vention thatit need not be ex- -' ertson. 2 35 c 2.50 Inroad. he would get the vention nominated the following a ( Miss'P16"- - of Colum i.95" (( 2.25 support offall the Republicans in ticket: For Governor, E. C. it r sch001 at Egypt Farmers of this section are re- bia bef 1.65 Ladies 3.50 n November, for helwould not. but, U Kear ot Montgomery county; tt WItJ cnira- tt Mondf n 2.50 he would makeEan effort to get Lieutenant Governor, L. L. Bris-to- joicing over the rain that fell the 3.00 it 11 (I OUUJetu passed here tt M 11th. (( of Scott county; Attorney enough votes. While Judge 2.25 2.50 ti It Dunch of hoe-- one a W1 Mc- The corn crop is looking fine, B. Thos. a O'Rear is laying his plans, your General, I.S5 iek. It 2.25 a tt Gregor, Marshall county; Audit- - but Irish potatoes are a failure. aa3 "Uncle" JimSfMcCreary is not J)nfc nnKko.. 1.65 n 2.00 ft I ; r s"uuc and his w- - oethurum, it ui: it KocKcastle" The school at xvepuuiiccinr is when the canvass or idle, and ent Sunday night while 1.45 1.50 "" ( opens, he will'get over territory (county ; Treasurer, H. F. Mon-- - getting along nicely. A good 'o her son's, Mr. L. Y. 1.00 " 1.25 it faster and, g will make more roe Jefferson county; Secretary teacher and good attendance, , .85 We menn t speeches thanSany one candidate State, A. J. Oliver, Allen county;, n petty sold his lumber C Rule and Miss Ber- astock on either&icket. Our exchanges commissioner ot Agriculture, D. last week to Sandusky & Co. mgham attended the nic- " " next " n vict ; rio, W.Clark, Knox county; Super-t-y S. A. Guthrie and son, Loren vr all state that the Democratic par- regardless of Cost, FOR olumbla thc CASH g Come and jjet of Kentuckyis united; that! intendent, T. W.Vinson, weie aere vvtsuiieauay uii uuai Effie the bargains. Sanders was visitinethe!case, there is no possi-- ! wel1 county; Clerk Court of Ap- - ness. toents last Friday and Satble chance forejudge O'Rear to1 peals, C. S. Wilson, Whitley Miss Meda Petty is some b county. defeat Mr. McCreary, unless ter at this writing. s. Ethel Russell go to the elecDemocrats fail to and nn " The 'Sunday school at i Woodrow Wilson, Governor of one day last week. ea at j. B. Russell's tion, a thing that is sure not to last New Jersey, an in all probability Well is progressing nicely. k. cundiff and Mrs. J, H. Barerer vitifpd occur. Every Democrat in the in. Jeshe week for Will Oaks the next Democratic nominee for Tilford Petty pulled 2 ripe Martha Carter one day last Greenwood, State should "votemis sentiments, week Owensby. the Presidency, met with the er melons from his pate' rs',M- - Bradley, and after the votes are counted of Columbia . Kentucky Bar Aasociation at 11th. Can any Born t0 the wife beat tjfr. is visiting old friends and TloTrrVi of C. W. Aa- the majority will be sufficient. Lexington n,i.JB,rnt0-thewifeofLanusDix, .. last week. He delivm. n tile first a boy. .... roil,-- nf x bors here this weekWe hope the canvass will be 6th, a girl. ered the principal address, and commece work on Jas. "J1'11 , Om'fa r pitched upon a high plane, con sresting base-ba- ll .J. .Aaron's condition sramp The singing school at Wpff was introduced by the Governor house about the 15th. wa& i i remains about the same. ducted in a manner befitting "'"yeaaere on the 4th r Aurch is progressing nicelv of Kentucky. Mr. Wilson is between the Liberty A big boy at Benna Mrs. Martha Carter visited Ar gentlemen of high character. rder the management of Lpa a and Mt. probably the best informed man ",uu ream3' the contest being-verJohn Wheat last week. One thing that can be truthfully Lawless. in the country, and would Edith. near a tie. said of Senator McCreary, that un tne znd of July the dentil make an ideal President. I Crocus; Airs. Retie Antle 'M during his public life, a period of was born Ju- angel visited the home of Mr. Mrs. Eva Baileyj . forty years, no man has ever ac- The governing authorities of The school at this place Mrs. James Dunbar and aSSra,,d died JuI opened ? claim dauhter, Frances, cused him of betraying his party, the Democratic party should not on the .third ofjuly, ""fined to iorits victim their little son with her hA or charged him with misconduct wait longer, but call a conven Lena Knifley Tue , PI ... of " attendance. T nths (with th. . 2.1 ed oiarence vu UlCOUl any character. As a Repre- tion at once for the purpose of MlSS Millard SIT nrilw.WU-Ji- unburn. . Mtt- nr.. r of uCaaef COn- T.Pclm T . -. :v " i,BUUe" 0L lilensfork sumnhVm iy months sentative in the Legislature, as adopting a platform. All the her aunt Miss Er, passea tnroueh her old. u ""c JL" rs the Governor of the State, as a candidates want this action taken eral days of last with a nice drove of lambs. her Miss Liliie Clayton. RUSSpii Congressman and United States and the rank and file 'demand it. 1 Q. P. Miss Martha last Springs, is visiting Mr. Lawrence Hadley ) SMYThfE her sister, Senator, he was true to every Give McCreary a platform of left a Mrs. Liston Lawless. iew days ago for St. Louis Mo., I I for trust. What is to hinder him principles declared in a State brother Mr. 'l if Saturday. coming back? V11U n uncle at from convention, and his election will nRC INSURANCE Mw. Tom Hairi&on hat place. u J is sis CfcU4iJi be assured. Mr. Gus Je Mr. W. E. Huddleston is tear-inter, Miss Ruth and Mrs. g few Ernest A dispatch form Washington ter Mrs. Barger visited Mrs. Girtie down his old dwelling REAL ESTATE j and I Holt The.Stete Central and Exec- - nights ago. says: Kentucky which is the building a new one. HENRY N. BOSWORTH - Sporting Goods at Reed Hardware Co. i e, prom-electio- n. I I S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN ill , j ar j J Prices. Down j . Con-pectedt- hat w, s j i I ! I j -- DeparT ,i.. -- Cald-bein- - ossell & r o. . ,, m ' HJT ! -- y to-d- ay . -- J I .W lSi . m i ..m. - m s w -u-uua- uouc -- il .? 1 nic-nr- , r " -- D K9 ' -- 1. 'tt : , . ; S -- 1 vV '&&, ', -- . "li- w l - TE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS SViit ' Vl V The County Fairs Are Approaching AndvThe Young People 3TS? Vanf To Attend in Style and in order to so do, they are getting prices from 54 The Buchanan Lyon Co. On their Fancy Buggies and their Finest Harness. g& yflgj t r q ga in Central Kentucky, and the Greatest Variety. ber the place, The largest stock to select from The prices being Corect. Remem- BUCHANAN LYON CO. rfBrCRh.xCf7HiHfUjSroiCff -- - i l uj- ku ko j- - uw w w 'tav w vi JVWVJ PERSONAL P J-g- igww kox hu -- lNCOR.PbR.ATED CampbellsvIIIe, Ky. ati . n cm m. m. iv nviw wis vivw wio'YyvmvwiVYY?.iY;v?iN?v 7 m w - ua' -- w uw mjw -- mjj- - itat. jr,Knattjejejcjt. -- XjJLJt-: Mr. A. G.Norris was here a few days ago. Mrs. Elizabeth Pile's condition mains critical. re- Montpelier, were here Saturday. The former is in business in Cincinnati. Mr. J. W. Hurt, who has been confin ed to his home for two or three weeks, was walking about the square Friday. Mr. Geo. Breeding and wife, who have been visiting in this county, was in Columbia Friday, enroute to their home in Illinois. j r -- w -- iw mi- w uw g3 uy xfl&i. xflx tti .tfi ui- - ku--v Hiiy hitx smam5l "? .. . Ji.vr vj. I 4 fT- M - f Miss Cora Smith, was quite sick the Mr. Jo N. Conover and wife and first of the week. daughter, Miss Grace, have returned Mr. T. C. Davidson and wife have re- home, after sojourning a week at Russell Springs. " turned from Liberty. Mr. John Q. Alexander was here a few days of last week, and the ColumMr. Hugh Noe was over from Camp- bia merchants favored him with several nice orders. bellsville a few days ago. -Mr. W. H. Stanton, who has an afflicMr. J. H. Caldwsll and wife, Portted wife under treatment at Louisville, land, visited in town Monday. 9 ' ' rl Walter Hobson, from Campbellsville, was here a few days ago. The JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE Will Furnish You with the Old A)& Messrs. W. W. Vaughn and R. B.Durham, Greensburg,here Thursday. was here from Russell Springs Friday, enroute to see her. Mr. Ed Kinnaird and sister, Miss AnMrs.H.C. Feese has returned from a nie Kinaird, and Messrs C.C.and David visit to Somerset and Louisville. Kinnaird, all of near Hed Lick, were Mr. C.H. Cravens and wife, of Webbs trading in Columbia Friday. X Roads, were in Columbia last Friday. Mrs. Mattie Vardeman, and son Paul, Miss Mabel Jasper returned,last week mother and brother of Mrs. James Gar-netfrom a visit to Glasgow and Cave City. are here for a several week's Mr. Ralph Hurt visited in Lebanon and visit. Their home is Marshall Mo. spent several days at the Chautauqua. Coffey's condition remains Mr. o t, Reliable Deering Binders, Mow ers, Rakes and Twine u. . .JH5. Jo He is not confined to his Miss Katie Murrell, who was sick unchanged several days of last week, has recover- bed, but unable'to look after his busied. ness. It is hoped that he will regain his Mr. W. L. Walker and daughter, Miss strength. . Alice, have both been sick for the past Mrs. W M. Riley, Tuscola, 111., is ' week. visiting at the honie of Mr. E. W. Reed. She is a niece of Mrs. Lou MilMiss Tabitha Richardson, of is visiting Miss Ruth Sum- ler, a daughter of Mrs. Bettie Goode, Tomp-.kinsvill- e, R V r fi- ! mers. . deceaoed. Mr. Matthew Taylor was in Columbia Mr. and'Mrs. L. C. Alcorn, Greens- Monday, shaking hands with his many burg; Misses Alice and Rose Alcorn, IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAH WOOD friends. Stanford, visites the families of Mr. A. SaturMr. E. B. Harris, a promising attor Hunn and Mr. J. B. Coffey last I II I day and Sunday III m ney, of Catlettsburg, is spending a few j V Masters Robert BJaktman and Irvine ? it Mr. Lee Bridgewater and two daugh- - lage; Misses .iuiia Diaseman anui r.. mi ivui.ni JSf Page, of Indianapolis, are visiting in Aters, of Henritta, Okla., are visiting Columbia, stepping at the home of their rm this county. i- days in Columbia. Hlff "Gold j X ii J4JJJ Money talks". j Xj ' . - .: 1 q J Robert Dohoney and sister, Miss Bess returned Sunday from a visit with their j Kentucky. Mrs. W. F. Hancock, who visited rel- - j Parents at their old, home in ",hv0 in Columbia, returned to her Miss Bess and ttobert both report a vary enjoyable visit. Elida News 'home in Frankfort. Mr. Jas. F. Read, wife, and daughter, Mrs. Margaret Tucker spent several days of last week with Mrs. L. B. Hurt, Miss Rebecca, Fort Smith, Ark., a ni ed by Miss Louise Caldwell, who lives out of town. Burdick. Taylor county, visited relatives Mr. T O. Cheatham, Amandaville, and friends in Columbia last , Tuesday and Mr. G. D. Patterson, Picnic, were and Wednesday Mr. Read was born in Columbia last Saturday. in this place, but for a quarand reared rMr. E. 0. n Stone, who is a traveling man. was in Columbia sever al days of last week. well-know- uncle, Mr. J T. Page. MANUFACTURED t BY The Stewart iron Works Company CINCINNATI, OHIO Whose Fence received the Highest Award, Medal," Worm's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. The most economical fence you can buy. Price less than a respectable wood fence. Why not replace your old one 2WW) wiuiuueuif, iuiun;uiu.i u.i., X.OW ; w 3v We are closing out our entire Stock of Buggies, Surries, Buckboads, Roundabouts, Tennessee and Moline Wagons, Regardless of Cost. Don't fail to get our prices if you contemplate buying soon. We have have several cars to select from. Correspondence solicited. "The place where i" ac-com- p "LAST A. LIFETIME." Over 100 designs of Iron Fence, Iro Florrer Yase, Settees, eta, snown in our caiaiusuta. Trices will surprise xou. CALL AND SEE US, S. P Eubank Columbia, Ky. Mrs. Talmage Smith and children, of ter of a century he has been a prosperIndianapolis, reached Columbia, on a ous attorney at his present location. visit, yesterday afternoon. 4, -- Mrs. Georgia Shelton, who has been 'quite sick for several weeks, was better last Saturday. M y V 4? Mr. Jas.Garnett will be at the meet-- J ing of two State Democratic Comrait-Vtee- s in Louisville Thursday. Mrs. W. E. Bradshaw and her little son, Edward, are visitingMr. Bradshaw who is in business in Louisville. R. B. Long and wife of Rowena, visited Mr. John S. McFarland and family of near Columbia last week. Mrs. Harry V. Denver, Lexington, Tenn., is visiting her mother, Mrs M. E. Marcum, and other relatives. k ONE PW POP Owing to the visit of Bishop Mcno Coy on next Sabbath, there will Presbyterian church, preaching at the at the morning hour. The pastor will preach at Mt Carmell church In the evening at 5:.i0 o'clock there will be services on the lawn of W. L Walker, conducted Rev. J. R. Crawford, to which all are invited. T i i T W. M. Mitchell , Pearl Hindman made a trip to CumpbellBville last Wednesday, panied by Master Henry Hancock. Miss it fi- rj-- r i Mr. Alfred Jose and Mr. Jo Williams, V- - a picnic at Griffln There Friday, in honor of BishSprings next op McCoy, who presides over the Louisuo not duy a pump till you see the All who will assist in the song service CURESand ville Conference. He is a great Latest Improved, Easiest Working PREVENTS GAPES preacher, and every budy should aV next Sunday morning at the Methodist Pump on the market. church, are requested to meet at the white diarrhoea, roup, cholera 1 w sehble tVdo him honor. Bring baskets S. F. Eubank, Agent. and. other chick diseases. church Wednesday night immediately well filled. prayermeeting. after Bottle o One Miss Pearl Hindman, School Superinand Moore's School House tendent, will hold examintions for disJamestown Poxes Wanted baseball teams met Saturday. Result, trict scnool certificates next Friday and Makes 12 Galloms d! Mediciae. Live Eed'aml Grer Foxes! Spr!s,!Cooas. Minks 2 to 1 in favor of former. Saturday. Every poltry raiser should keep a bottle ol and Skunk's. Send name of yor express office in W.T. HODGBS this medfctoe oh hand. Write for free sample first letter. Every body k delighted over the Blackberies wanted at the Lindsey- Box ate. aaA Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, prospects for a fine com crop. Wilfon. KMrJT CWfUlY, LtfifM, Ky. , CaBBpWkville. Ky HMM will be down the throat of a "eapey chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinktcsf water ,. .l. Greenjbur, O Kcnfueky. &. -- i vft . 2. - SHBf'i -- BourbonPoultryCure 50c - Durham & Collins, of Taylor CAOnty received six hundred sheep in Columbia and Montpelier last week, paying 4c for ; tops. Remember that the Columbia Fair will open Aug 22, and will continue four days. It is less than one month aotil Russell Springs Fair opess. tle f fi, r1 - - 'i. (p WHS- THE-ADA- Ih COUNTY NEWS i' MISTAKEN IDENTITY. SIGNATURE EXPERTS. THEY FOOL THE FOWL L'&N. Time - Card Attention! We Carry a complete line of Plaining Mill Slock ready for use. A large assortment of Windows, Doors, Ropfing, Colonial Columns. In fact we can furnish any part or all the Wood, any grade desired,-thaBuilding or Repajr work. Interest to inspect t -- The Famous Case of Lesurques qf the Lyons Mail. " . is needed for. It will be to your Prices. our Stock and Sandusky & Co. Columhia, Ky. 7 t x . . ' ' "' u- - r HUGHES w(TirvY BLINDS. oa.11, r uiiiius, uuui s, di;m Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. cu The most famous of all cases of mistaken Identity Is that of Lesurques, charged with the robbery and murder of the courier of the Lyons mail, the incidents of which were woven Into the old dramatic play "The Lyons Mail." Lesurques was positively identified as a man who had traveled by the mail coach, and he was in due course couL victed. Yet at the eleventh hour a woman came iuto court and declared his innocence, swearing that the witnesses had mistaken him for another, Duboscq, whom he greatly resembled. She was the confidant of onex of the who had planned and carried out the robbery. But her testimony, al- though corroborated by other confed-- , erates, was rejected, and Lesurques re-- . ceived sentence of death. Lesurques died protesting his innocence to the ' last, Four years elapsed before Du ' boscq was captured. In the interval others of the gang had passed through j the hands of the police, but the prime ' mover was only now taken. Even then he twice escaped from prison When finally he was put on his trial and the judge ordered a fair wig, such as Lesurques had worn, to be placed on his head, the strange likeness was immediately apparent. He denied his guilt, but was convicted and guillo- tined. Thus two men suffered for one t J j offense. Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. TJ We appreciate them. PHEHISTORIC ANIMALS. Bank Clerks That Can't Be Deceived by Names on Checks. A number of the larger banking institutions employ from one to half a dozen men whose sole duty is to examine every check that comes in through the clearing house and vouch for the genuineness of the signatures. To the ordinary citizen it seems nothing short of marvelous that a signature clerk will instantly recog nize the slightest alteration in a sig- nature, with thousands of checks passing through h's hands each day, many of them drawn by depositors who sign but a few checks in the course of a year, but an expert signature clerk g can carry in his mind accurate tographs of 5,000 or more signatures and rarely has to refer to the signature book. When not engaged with the in- i!,c, v, jbiiaLui.(; comin v.unas iuc ..;nnni..m spends his time In familiarizing himself with the signatures of new customers. There is no room for uncertainty in his business, fcr if he passes a bogus draft it will mean a bad mark against him when promo- tions are in order, and to refuse pay- ment on a genuine check means a very wrathful customer. -- wi.- !C oic r0n,Mrfl rri, to cp thnt ouook nrp'nnst and to look for checks on which payment has been stopped. In proportion to the number of checks paid by a large bank every business day the smallness of the number of bad oues that slip through is nothing short of marvelous. Harper's Weekly. pho-gan- ' j I f ib ,.- - i : ! . .int,, i f sain many Mo.27 most wry of all animals, and Mo- 23 are the devices of hunters in various No. 79 parts of tlie world to kill or to capture No 21 it. There is one method of taking Vo. 93 9pm wild ducks in considerable numbers practiced in China and elsewhere in T.tun the east which is sufficiently unknown o. 21 o.78 to occidentals to prove of interest. 6:55 pia 430pm 0.28 large number The natives see that a. 8:15 pin Jo. of big calabashes, or gourds, shall al- - .Jo. 22.... ............ 523 pm 10:15".aro 92 7:32 am ways be left floating on the water fre-- J Nos. 92 and 93 areJSnnday trains only. quented by the birds till they come ro regard them as part and parcel of their resorts. The duck hunter chooses his time, and. putting one" of the calabashes, with holes cut for his mouth and eyes. upon ms neau, ue waues tnrougn tne WjH. LUIIipIOI?H, Prop v. lnko. tnkinir care to keen the whole of ; His body beneath tue sunace. ic First-Clacautiously approaches the unsuspect- - i Table ing wild fowl and, catching one of Good Sample Roome them by the leg, pulls him with a sud Feed Stable den jerk beneath the water, causing hardly more commotion of the surface Reasonable Rates than the cluck itself wnon " di; es r j spiasnes or pmnpes iur us iuuu. KY rin-er and s lts neok umJer he deals fastens it to his belt. Then th another and another in the same fashion till he makes his retreat, equally unnoticed, with a whole gir-- ! dleful of captured wild ducks around his waist Exchange. j Wild Duck Hunters In China Are VHy In Their Methods. A full grown wild duck is one of the In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1S08. SOUTH BOUND Ah. Lebanob Lv. Louisville 7:00am 9:42lam 8:15 am lOrtoam 5:05 pm.. 7:405 m 8:00 pm 630 pm NORTH BOUND Ak. Locisvillb Lv. Lebanon 7:50 an 5:48am 10:15 am 7:32am ......... WILMORE HOTEL ss , , GRftDYVILLe, C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON SPIDERS' WEBS. VETERINARY Rocks In Which They Are Preserved Denote Their Age. BASEBALL KN x, . a it Takes Quick Thinking Player t0 j Make a Successful Team. 2II-2- I5 E. MainN Street EI The greatest difficulty in buildingup ?" ! ball teams in this day. when the game LOUISVILLE, KY. INCORPORATED. has become a business as well as a $ sportt is in securing what we know as M,inUinn- hnll- nlnvpr" TIipi-- .ii--- nnv .,' numuer or Dan piayers in ine minor leagues who have natural physical U. G. HARDWICS, Prcs. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. ability, but it is very rarely possible to secure men who have that peculiar faculty of being able to think and act simultaneously. It is no reflection on a ball player's general intelligence to say that he INCORPORATED 1861 ESTABLISHED 188- 9hasn't that quality. I know scores of players who are men of unusual intellect, but who are lacking in that ability to think and act at the same DEALERS IN time. Give them a few minutes to SAW consider a problem, and they will arrive at a conclusion that is quite logical, but baseball games are not won 1301 TftlRTeeNTO-Mftl- N. on logic. The plays that win are usually the result of impulse. It is instinct with some ball players to make "EB3B& the proper play at the proper time. S2. ."il SlS It would be possible to count on the u i Jir fingers of the two hands the men in rT'jfK A Minor Consideration, i.MT - f715 liSifiSKftW the league who are "quick thinking 2ti&1T.Sl XLTE&3& W It was often remarked by the rela- ball players." The team that is blessGideon Dobbs that he Sheet iron and TankWork Bending of Great Guns. ed with a majority of that class of tives of Uncle was a most delightful person to whom . Among the problems with which ar- players is the one that usually wins my and navy engineers have to deal the championship. A team must have to confide a cherished ambition or disnowadays is that of the drooping of at least two thinking ball players to be play an achievement. Whether Uncle ' he was the muzzles of excessively long guns a contender, and if It has four the Gideon understood fully or not, admira- - ' always ready with sympathy, under the stress of their own weight. championship is in sight. John J. JOBBING WORK SOLICITED v tion or encouragement. Experiments have shown that wire in the Metropolitan. "When the family received the sum- wound guns of twelve inch caliber and mon to insnect vonnsr Franklin Dobbs All Kinds of Machinery Repaired fifty feet length droop at the muzzle The First French Newspaper. 5nvntinn th mvstPrimis work which about four and a half minutes of arc, It was under Richelieu that the had Q , ied Wm. for neariy a while built up solid guns of the same first newspaper received sanction and He size droop' about two and a half min- encouragement, says Thomas E. "Wat- Uncle Gideon was all enthusiasm. entered the room where the invention, utes. Differences of temperature in son in "The Story of France." Hithmany small wheels and the body of the gun also cause bend-ing- erto the only such thing in France a thing of placed on a heavy table, was which may either increase the had been an annual. This once a year bars, wrung droop at the muzzle or counteract it. being a somewhat sluggish news ven- stepped up to his nephew and his hand. according as it is the upper or under der, even for those times, little hand"You've done something to be proud part of the .gun that has the higher bills containing news Items began to INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD temperature. In consequence of these circulate. A Dr. Renaubet in 1G31 ob- of, my boy," he said cordially. "Look at all those little wheels, each in its We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as' long distortions projectiles on leaving a gun tained a license from Richelieu to pub- proper place and all running like clocka wabbly motion, continuing .up lish a regular weekly newspaper, and asjour stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights have yards, and probably more. work. It's a perfect success, my boy, to 500 thus was founded the Gazette of a perfect success. What's it for':" and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. France. It was very modest, con- Youth's Companion. sisting of four pages, each containing Frightened to It. S8INCH rrS'l It was quite a fashionable bridge a single column. Louis XIII. was a Diversity of Language. 50INC.1 party," and one of the players was a frequent contributor to this first of E. B. Taylor in his "Anthropology" small, nervous young thing, not sure newspapers and took special pleasure says: "Language is one branch of 2incH of any of - her plays and fearfully i in. the work. The great cardinal also the great art of sign making or sign afraid of . her partner, a' living proof "wrote for it. his weakness being a choosing, ana its Dusiness is iu mt . .for me existence or mat mucu aiscuss- - fondness for literary composition. upon some sound as a suitable sign or 2EINCH ed creature, the "bridge fiend." .KXKKKXKKKKXKMKKKKXMKKm symbol for each thought Whenever "I returns your lead then," said the Nantucket's Windmills. a sound has been thus chosen there 8INCH K A MKfiMMXX)AfK WflMMHYV ' yVy mJ1 " i othef' player frigidly, "and I am sure There isn't a stream or a brook in was no doubt a reason for the choice, VI J v ,j J J ft A V'W we would not have lost if you had dis- the island of Nantucket, off the New but it did not follow that each lancarded correctly. Would you mind tell- England coast, but there are plenty of guage should choose the same sound." ing me what you have been discarding windmills, which pump water to tanks Thus we have the root explanation of 111 Ml 'II ": II III t from strength or 'weakness?" and thus supply community needs; the great puzzle of diversity of .Ian-- , CLtWOOB HELD FEHCE (STANDARD STYlEiKADE IN SPEIGHTS uam" young thing lifted her also Nantucket possesses what is be- guage. Originally a, matter of sound, The nervous eyes with a flash of spirit lieved to be the oldest windmill for language varies with the thing by grinding corn in actual operation in which it is suggested, and hence the "From fright," she said candidly. Hardware, Roofing. Philadelphia Times. America. Nathan Wilbur, a Nantucket babel of tongues found in our human sailor, who had seen the busy wind- speech. mills of Holland as he sailed abroad, A Hint For the Flatterer. 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. built it out of timbers of wrecked ships Health and Wealth. "She rejected him. then?" in 174G. There has never been a day Health is the foundation of the "Yes." . time Louisville, Ky. "He used to praise her beauty in in all the 1G5 years since that busy. world's prosperity. Wealth Is the remill has not been sult of the toils of health. A strong, glowing terms. I should think that when the There is always a wind to turn its out- enduring body iSNgood capital to begin would have made her fall In love with stretched wings. New York World. business with. A sound mind and good him." judgnaent add greatly to its value. Posher"It made her fall in love with sessed of these, a man may earn a livCurious. self, and she hasn't had room for a A lady one day remarked to Bulwer ing and enjoy it when earned. thought about anybody else." Lytton how odd it was that, a dove How He Felt. (Latin, colombe) should have been sent The Wife's Work. out to find the old world, and Colum When you cannot get exactly what suits you out of our enorBullem has failed for half a Bearit The man who makes his wife get up get mous assortments. Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums, Draperies and lii the morning to start the fires at last bus (Colombe) should have lound the million and his creditors will Howabout does fifty thousand. Lamblelgh enough money to buy ap automo- new. WallJPaper are here in a profusion of stylesi We show more than saved "Yes," agreed the novelist, "but more he feel about it? Bearit Sore, of bile. One day while going up a hill 20 differentlsizes in Carpet Rugs and can match smaller Rugs, or the machine stopped. curious still is the fact that one came course. Fifty thousand Is a lot of from Noah and the other from Genoa!" money to give up. Exchange. "You'll have to get out and push, .Door Mats to nearly every design. Prices always right. Fannie," he said, "because I've got to Just a Little. Injury and Insult. stay here and guide it" Lipplncott's. Aunt Ah, Amelia, you look very "What's the mattenwlth your wife? . pale. Tell me the truths You have She seems very irascible lately." a .: runiiiurc. Dcanny ir..:i.." burning the midnight oil? Amelia "Why, she was assisting at a. rumTo beat furniture put damp unlinty been When in Louisville, look over our offerings arid be satisfied (lately become engaged) Yes, aunty, mage sale and somebody sold her new cloths, over" the upholstered parts and We turned the hat for 35 cents." Washington Herald. that you have struck the right place, the Tight people and the right beat until they are black with dust, but not very much. London lamp down ve.ry low. price. then turn to the other side. Continue Papular Songs. iwith fresh cloths" until no more dust A Unique Ear. Scott A physician says In this arshows. & "That sentence Is not Incorrect,'' said ticle that music affects the circulation. the professor, "but it sounds odd to the Mott You bet it does. I've beard mu-li- c Cut RathcrLow. that made my blood boll. Boston "Do you notice how the color of thte English speaking ear." Harvard Lam 522 and 525 West Market St1. poon. XraBScript ,my eyes?' v dress matches X 1 Atmvillp "Yes; and I also Notice how theicnt vi Troth is violated by faleboo3, and It of it matches that" sore 'throat' you My uty Is ,to dare all thin for t righteous nay be equally eutraged by stience. Herald. J : HHfiUCQ - """ M W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. jvimiiWiGHTS g mACHiriiSTS ENGINES. EOILERS, MLS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUISlILe SMOKESTACKS, -- . VI - 1 Fossil remains of prehistoric animals would not have been preserved and handed down to us through all the ages had these remains been exposed to the air. Fortunately for the scientists of to- day, when these animals perished the rock which holds their remains was merely soft mud or drifting sand. It encompassed the carcass of the animal, held it tight from air and water and during the intervening ages passed through the various processes until it became solid rock. Eome of these remains, even those of the oldest animals, have been discovered quite close to the surface. This Is because the crust of the earth is like a paper wrapping, folding and crumbling under the pressure of the gases and fire of the interior, with the result that here and there the crust has been turned upside down, so that the lower strata of rock are on top. And it is the particular stratum of rock that reveals the approximate age of the animal. Geologists, on examination, can tell the age of the rock, which gives them the date at which the animal flourished. London Strand Magazine. INSTINCT. i j - o p C9 l'-"- fc. Their Filmy Threads Have Wonderful Sustaining Power. The strength of the spider and of the materials it employs is something al- most Incomprehensible when the size of the. Insect and the tnickness or its thread are taken into account. Recent j experiments have shown that a single thread of a web made by a spider milligrams which weighed fifty-fou- r supported endwise a weight of four j grams, or seventy-fou- r times the weight j of the spider itself. "When, therefore, a spider spins a web to let himself down from the ceiling or from the branch of a tree and we see him descending without perceiving his thread at all we may be perfectly sure that he is not only in no danger of falling, but that he could carry seventy-thre- e other spiders down with him on his invisible, rope. Knowing this fact with reference to a single thread, we need not be surprised that the threads of a web, interone by another, woven and have a very considerable strength and are able to hold bees and wasps, themselves very powerful in proportion to their size, and to bend without breaking under a weight of dew or rain. New York Press. i ' ( : Special - j Attr.etin to Eyes i Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHESrRESItEiCE. STREET. ON BURK5VILLE Joseph CJ H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- Will pradh'ce in this and'ad joining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, ! Why Not 4r 1 I 5f& Mc-Gra- w I I I Read The Courier j,. I ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE s, Alr, ATTwTTTTfi AAA - Journal? HENRY WATTERSON - ... .... ... JJ I ljflflll' 111! Editor. ; We CanGf urnish Xou - II I J - J. i. 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Cardui is a safe, natural mediciiifi- - for whtyipti prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable in- 6ciiLo. i acts easuy on me remaie organs ana gives strength and tone to the whole system. The Women's Toele J 38 Mrs. Yerna Wallace, of Sanger. Tex., tried Cardui. SIip xcvU&a "Cardui has done more for me than I can describe. Last spring T was taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor, but to no avail, so I took Cardui, and inside of three days. I was able to dn my housework. Since then my trouble has never returned." Try it. m AT ALL D&TJG STOKES Lypr. . S. Bunbar BUILDING. RING Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40- - dentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN James Triplet! Dentist, JEFFRIES' 'PHONE NO. 40, S. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCKY COLUMBIA. KENTUCKY 9 b??fcsxscsx9s (S; WEEKLY I GOURE R If - JOURNAL HENRY.WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 ' " year, but you can get the "WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL 'J AMETHE ABAIB COUNTY NEff BOTH ONE YEAR ; for if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily! Courier-Journ- al, Yr Yr S6.00 Sunday Oourier-Journ- al, $210 Wejcan give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunda' if you will wiite this paper. It's the Amount Rather Than the Intensity of the Rays That Hurts. It is not so much the Intensity of the light focused on the retina as it is the quantity received by that sensitive organ that causes retinal fatigue or worse. In the great snow fields of the arctic regions the natives protect their eyes from the glare of the snow-bgoggles made of hollowed pieces of wood in which they have made small holes to look through. These, says the Optical Review, reduce the quantity oi the light which passes into their eyes with consequent relief from the glare. So, too, if we look through a minute pinhole disk at the sun we can endure the very bright light much longer than when we look with the naked eyes. If we look at a distant electric arc light there is no retinal fatigue, while if wo. look at the same light from a short distance there is great discomfort, and yet the two retinal images are of equal brilliancy, only in the first case this image is very much smaller than in Up to Henry. "You talked in your sleep last night, the second case that is, the quantity of light is very much different. Henry." Then there is the flamfug electric "Did I. my dear? did 1 light which is now to be found in all say?" "Henry, you are leading a double of the large cities of the country. This light is much less brilliant than that life!" "No. dear; don't don't say that. I of the arc light, and yet its size is so think I must have been having a bad great that this more than makes up dream if I said anything that seemed the difference, and. it is therefore very glaring and uncomfortable to look at. to indicate" "A bad dream! I should think you In skiascopy it is possible to use a were having a bad dream. You kept very intense light if it is made small yelling 'Robber! 'Rotten!' 'Kill him!' in area, for the reasons above stated. 'Run it out, you lobster!' and a lot of other things that were just as absurd. Expert Testimony. I want you to confess now fully and There was not much to be gained freely and I promise you that if it is from the witness on the stand, who anything a good woman should for- - seemed to have a wonderful faculty give I will forgive you." Chicago for holding his tongue, but the lawyer Herald. tried once more. "You say your boat picked up the accused at 0 o'clock 'or thereabouts,' " Made Napoleon Wait. On the day when the courier brought he said. "It has been stated that he news1 of the signature of the peace of jumped overboard nearly an hour beAmiens, Talleyrand thrust the impa- fore that time. Tell me, Captain Samptiently awaited document iu his pocket, son, how he appeared to you when you went to the emperor and engaged him picked him up. If you had been rein current affairs. When 'these were quired to give an opinion of him then all disposed of he said: "Now I have what would you have said?" "Well, I'll tell ye honest," said the good news for you. Read!" "And you could not tell me this im- captain, when he had disposed of a mediately?" exclaimed the astonished portentous yawn. "I sh'd 've saW he was one of the wettest men, if not the Napoleon. '.'Certainly not. for then you would wettest man, that ever I see!" Youth's Companion. listeu to nothing .else." Wh-what They Cast From a Few Cents to Thousands of Dollars Each. differUncle Sam has twenty-eigh- t ent kinds of mail bags in service, and they range in cost from 22 cents to $2,156 each. There are mail pouches for almost every conceivable use, and you can ship almost anything that comes within the postal regulations with a minimum of loss and breakage, says Harper's Weekly. Probably the most peculiar mail bag Is the one arranged for carrying bees. Sending bees by mail was a difficult operation before the "bee bag' was adopted. Usually the bees arrived at their destination dead or so exhausted that they were of little use. Now these little honey makers can be shipped by matt several thousand miles in the "bee bag" without suffering and can obtain air and a good supply of food during their transit. Mail bags 'are made of various materials. The cheapest are of cotton and the most costly of leather. Those used on fast expresses are with metal so that they can be flung from fast moving trains without- - damage. Even then these bags, or "catcher pouches," do not last much more than a year and a half, while some of the cotton bags used for the work will remain in service upward of ten years. In parts of the west, where the mail must be carried for many miles on horseback, special pouches are in use for flinging over the animal's flanks. In the far frozen north special bags are made' for sled transportation, and in the cities a bag in use for pneumatic tube service is made of a composition called "leatheroid." The ordinary cotton mail bags are woven so closely that they are practically waterproof, and in the weave there are thirteen stripes of blue. Each country marks its own mail pouches in some individual way, so that if one gets lost in a far country its ownership can be readily detected. Nearly 6o,000,000 mail bags are used each year by the whole country, and as they are being worn out all the time the supply has to be kept up. There are mail bag hospitals, where tens of thousands of rhem go every week. One such mail bag hospital repairs upward of 5.000 a day. These crippled bags are in all sorts of dilapidated conditions. A railroad wreck may injure several hundreds or thousands, and these must all go to the hospital before entering active life again. Christmas is responsible for much damage to the mail bags, owing to the hard service they get, and immediately after the midwinter holiday season several hundred thousand bags go to the hospitals. Mail bags are the most traveled of all articles in use today. They are constantly moving, and it would be impossible to estimate the number of miles a bag ten years old has traveled. -- Oaring Rescue by a Heroic Newfoundland Fisherman. Sir Edward Morris, prime minister of Newfoundland, tells in the Wide World magazine a remarkable story of heroism on the part of n Newfoundland fisherman. The nnme of this man was George Harvey, and be resided in a low, rocky island, a few miles east of Cape Ray. In those days the emigrant ships to Canada were crowded with passengers. In the autumn of 1832 the brig Dispatch, bound to Quebec, with 103 souls, in a gale of wind, struck a rock about three miles from Harvey's home. He heard the signals of distress and immediately launched his boat, with his boy of twelve, his girl of seventeen and his dog, and tried to get out to the wreck. On the deck of the doomed ship were crowded the crew and passengers, in imminent peril of their lives. A' terrible sea raged between his boat and the wrecked ship, but across that awful waste of water the gallant fisherman and his brave children urged their frail skiff. To get close to the stranded ship was to court instant destruction, and the task of saying those on board seemed well nigh hopeless, but Harvey's noble Newfoundland dog, with marvelous intelligence, seemed to understand what was required of him and at a signal from his master sprang out of the boat and swam toward the ship. The seas overwhelmed him and drove him back, but he persevered and finally came near enough. The sailors threw him a rope, which he gripped with his sharp teeth, and at last he got back to his master and was drawn into the boat almost dead exhaustion. Communication was now established between the ship and Harvey's skiff, .and with the most laborious efforts every soul was saved. LIGHT AND LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY It may be taken for granted that there is no family that does'not sometime need a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, we want to call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using: successthat does not gripe effective and yet so mild that babies can take it. Its tonic ingredients invigorate the body and strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that they again do their work naturally. If you have been a victim of salts, pills and strong cathartics you will discard them when you once use from Syrup Pepsin. tive-ton- ic ' fully. tion. We have scores of letters mothers and scores from prominent men saying they are using it personally and giving it to their families, men like Mr. C. K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House, Pine Bluff, Ark.f and Mr. George B. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thousands of mothers who use it themselves and give it to their children would take too much space to men-- The reason they prefer Syrup Pepsin is that it is a mild, gentle laxa Xou tcan DUy a nftv cent or one. dollar bottle of any druggist, but before doing so you may want to try it free. If so, send your address to Dr. Caldwell and he will promptly forward a free sample bottle. Then, being convinced, do as others are doing and buy it in the regular way of your favorite druggist. For the free sample address Dr. Wl , B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building-Monticello, III. NEW TALES THAT AR ETOLD Very Suspicious, Indeed. William Loeb. Jr.. at a dinner in New York, said of certain customs dodgers: "They do very incriminating things, then they claim that these things are mistakes. Grantiug them to be mistakes, they are suspicious as suspicious as the business man's wire. "The wife of a young business man g5t a wire from her husband the other evening that said: "'Shall dine with Miliy Brown, an j 1 For Sale: bined Red for cattle. One sixyear old comBird horse. Would trada Call on The New3. LOUISViLL TMES FOR Oil I9H JK BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE.REGULAR THE EYES. PRICE OF . THE LOUiSVlLLE TIMES -- y IS If YOU $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDER WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY BUBSTING INTO TEARS, SHE HAXUED HIU THE TELEGBAM. NEWS AND Will be late. Don't wail for me.' "When the business man reached home at midnight his wife met him in the hall. " 'Wail for you!' she sneered. 'Why, I wouldn't wail for the best man that ever lived, let alone you!' " 'Why. my dear' he stammered. "Then, bursting into tears, she hand- ed him the telegram, and in a jiffy he explained that what he had really wired was: " 'Shall dine with Billy Brown, an old pal of mine. Will be late. Don't wait for me.' " old gal of mine. THE LOUiSVILEE ! TIMES , BOTH ONE YEAR j FOR ONLY $4.50. H. G. Record-- I story of i once sat at a public dinner. The con- i Has the best corps of corres versation had turned upon one of his own books, and .Mr. Wells" had said pondents something to the effect that "were there no self seekers the world would Covers the Kentucky field per- be a very Utopia." This neighbor promptly observed. "I fectly. maintain that all water used for drinking and culinary purposes should be Covers the general news field boiled at least an hour." "You are a physician. I presume?" completely. suggested the novelist. , "No. sir." was the unexpected reply. Has the best and fullest mar"I am in the coal line." Chicago Record-- THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed And So It Goes. Wells, the novelist, tells a ' anywhere. a gentleman next to whom he ! ! ' Herald f kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but i)SS&Si aig) THE JUDGE'S Flti GIFT OF ELOQUENCE. Old Time 8 a& i mi nil nidf nii'i iim Wiggins. "Funny thing about Boliver," said v Not Surprised.' A Tiger Flower. Pickett Tobacco ' -- Warehouse C. INDEPENDENT A. BRIDGES & Co. PROPRIETORS Ky. Four Months Storage Free pendicitis the other day, and. by ginger, when they came to look there wasn't anything there." "said Wiggins. "Well, I'm not surprised." said Bjones; "I never could see anything in Boliver myself." Harper's Weekly. Modern Childhood. "What's that?" asked Bjones." "Why. they operated on him for ap ' CornerEighth and Main Streets, Louisville, BRIDGES W.G. BRIDGES CHAS- - A. Medical Program. $he Adair County Medical Society, Will meet in Columbia on Eriday, the Vth day'of July, 1911, with the follower nroeraro: tf beginnings ot preventive uiw ?. f The u. i- jliy" vyuu.uic, j. ine How shall we keep our children trom 51 ing? William Blair, Ulensfork, ny. V T mt n.Qnonf --T7nVin5f1 fvpr? ,...jf f now can wo F.. Columbia, Ky. Cartwright, ', W. F. I What can we do to .check the social ;i?R. H. Perryman, Purdy, Ky. Should we require ine same moral if. 5 -. ml standard of men as Simpson, Breeding ky. V. women? G. T. Is the Vital Statistics law a good one? R. Grissom, Columbia, Ky. How long should we wait for our pa trons to pay their bills? E. T. Sallee, Garlin Ky. Papers of their own selection by all the other members of the society Let all .come up with a .paper, or .pre,, . . pared to taiK on tnese suDjects, ana we wiU have an interesting, and profita-- C 1 ble,meeting. Don't forget the date. U. L. Taylor, Program Committee. Grandmother And now would you like me to tell you a story, dears? Advanced Child Oh. no, granny; not a story, please! They're so stodgy and unconvincing and as out of date as tunes in music. We should much preA Persian Cynicism. fer an impressionist word picture or The Persians lave a very cynical subtle character sketch. London proverb on matrimony that runs: "He Tunch. that ventureth on matrimony is like unto ono who thrusteth his , hand Into Funny, but Not Humorous. a sack containing of "Who says there are no women huserpents and only one eel. Yet if the morists?" prophet so will it he may draw forth "I don't know. Why?" "Sly typewriter spells as funny as tho eol." Artemus Ward in his palmiest days." Like the Moon. Louisville Courier-Journa"He's a star after dinner speaker. Isn't he?" The Inducement. "A atari He's a moon." "John, whatever induced you to buy "How?" 1 house In this forsaken region?" "The fuller the brighter." Toledo "One of the best real estate men In Blade. ;he buslne'ss." Life. The only failure a mn ought to fear If the thief lacks opportunity he H failure in cleaving to the purpott he :hinks himself honest. Sterne. sees to be best George Eliot. j , Paris some living specimen of a" curious insect brought from Rangoon by a well known French naturalist It Is a species of mantis, and its body and legs are both shaped and colored to resemble a beautiful flower. Lying in wait for butterflies under a spray of leaves, it looks like an azure blossom, with a black spot in the center exartly resembling the tube of a corolla. The hinder part of the body is drawn out into a long green stalk. Butterflies and other insects are readily deceived by this mimic, and the Instant they touch it its claws seize them. St. Louis Republic. In Then1 have recently been exhibited fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- IMisiry Pracliee spur to Oratory. a TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER Keen A story not to The many-thousan- ds - l. was recently told of the elder Judge Peckbain. father of the supreme court justice. In the early days of dentistry a hickory plug was put into the cavity to fill the space where a tooth ought to be. This plug had to be'gently pounded into its desired position. The old judge was somewhat addicted to strong language, and when the dentist began his work the judge indulged in some classic comment. As the tapping of the plug continued he threw all dignity to the four winds of heaven and- - his language became decidedly "more forcible than elegant" When, however, he arose from the chair after what seemed to him an interminable period of agony he pulled out all the stops in his vocabulary for va grand climax. The impression of his listener seemed to have been deep and lasting. As the judge passed out the dentist remarked to a waiting patient: "Wasn't It beautiful? It wasn't really necessary to pound half as long, but I did so enjoy his Inflection that I almost pounded the hickory plug Into splinters. Wonderful command of language the judge has!" Case and Coot-mnt- :. taiiaL,. Louisville Times. Escaped with His Life "Twento-on- e years ago I faced an awful death, "nr.tes H, B. Martim, Port Harrelson, S. C. "Doctots said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked like it, sure enOJgh. I tried everything, I' could hear of, for my cough and was under the treatment of the best doctor in Georgetown, S. C. for a year but could get no relief. A faiend advised me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. I did so, and was completely cured. I feel that I own my life to this great throat and lung cure, "Its positively guaranteed for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af fections. 50c & 81.00 Trial bottle free at Paull Drug Co. Town taxes are now due call and setGeo. Coffey, Collector. tle at once. "" I- - .1rf&5S'! 7" v- -- -- iry It- - '' r t A -- y t - J 1 M' -- v- - i-- . it- S I N.. '?; t' s ' .: VMr rr 'ci V p '1 . fit rik v r iHR T -t --' J V JGll t m I JM's Jt 4n4 f i&ii SUtliZVV nK.. 1' wtTiOK -- r l i sr T ?i hi'i v ti" -- W Ji -7 ..yv WFiK2&t vf v - &WIPW& v u r ,yvj: H r r. - - - - - .' .1 - r' ' "y - -- jr-t- St r' , ' 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. I Colum- " " ' - - Judge T. A. Murrell of bia was here last Friday. Dr. B. F. Taylor of East Fork, was in our midst last Friday. Tobe Hughes of Quannah, Texas, spent a few days here last week with his relatives. J. F. Pendleton received a car load of butcher cattle at this place at prices from 3 to 4 cents per pound. Dr. J. H. Grady of Columbia, spent a few days last week with his brother, Thomas, who has been on the sick ,list for a few Hanna's Green Seal "THE passing years. MADE-TO-WEA- Remember Us When You Want Columns Ours is the only Colonial Column Factory in Kentucky. Nothing but Solid and Bored Poplar. Remember that we are in better position to furnish Columns than any Firm in the State. R PAINT" Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. M EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There is a difference. The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. O This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have FOR SALE BY Our Prices are Right Discount to Dealers Phone No. 108. days. Our school opened last Monday morning with a large attendance which goes to prove that we are all well pleased with our teachwho er, Mrs. Walker, knows exactly what to do in the school room, Rev. W. B. Cave of Columbia, was in our midst one day last week. Mrs. Lizzie Murrell .of Columbia, spent a few days here last week attending church and visit- in their product. THE JEFFRIES meeting there was a large attendance and the attendance continues to increase and every service there is a vast assembly. The discourses are very interesting and helpful and the singing can not be surpsssed. Up to this time there has been thirty-foconversions and great many under conviction. We take it that it has been a great blessing to our community in having these evangelist in our midst. Our community, at large has been greatly revived under their preaching. People that we never saw in church hefore at this place has been very much interested, all demonination here have been in this great revival. We can most hartily recommend them to any community as a power in the hands of our Master in doing a great and "glorious work. Died on the 4th, Mrs. Marilla Dorsey, in her 76 year, with a ur co-work- ers HARDWARE STORE JE li t COLUMBIA COLUMN CO. COLUMBIA, KY. J . -- . ' '- Born to the wife of C. a Christie on the 11th, a girl. We are very dry in this cor- Very little wheat has been of the earth. We must have threshed in this neighborhood, ner rain in few days if we make Miss Ada Sublett, daughter of Wholesale, and Retail any corn. ,Mr v Sublett retUrned home Bill McKinley is here on a visit, ' iast Monday after several weeks from Texas. visit to relatives in Taylor coun- Bill Price is on the sick list ty. All Kind oF Plaining Mill Work, 5ah, Dooranl BIin! this week. Bill has fever, lie: Thp vniincr folks nf this nnm- Columbia, Kentucky. ing her friends. 1 is quite sick at this writing. munity enjoyed an ice cream n Dr. L. C. Nell was inLouisville Our wheat.is all threshed, and supper and social at Walter Mar last week attending the Conven the general crop is good. tin's home Friday night. and also seeing after selltion Select Readincr Howard Leach. Bill Cook visited his sister, Scott Grider of Louisville, is District Sunday School Conlention. J oistly P. ing some tobacco that his firm Burton. Amy Huddleston, in the Glens-for- k here on a visit. has on the market. 17 Qualifications and duties of country, last Saturday and The following is the program! D. W. Grider went to Moreland Mrs. W. T. Grissom of Bliss, the Sunday School Teacher Pa- this week. Sunday. to be held at Pleasant View sold her farm one daySllast week Otho Bibee's family were at Church, MaGaha, Ky., the first per by Miss Dennie U. Grimsley, Bob Morrison of Jamestown, to U. N. Whitlock for $4000.00. Sunday in August, 1911. All the John Combest, W. W. Kirtley. Hadley's last Sunday. Thomas was here Monday. This is one of the best farms in 18 Select Reading Louisa Hadley sold one calf for schools in the White Oak MagisOliver Several cases of typhoid fever Bryant, Evie Bryant. Recitathat community. We are glad $15, and one hog for 5 cents per terial District are requested to to know that Mr. Whitlock was tions Dennie U. Grimsley, Ida in this community at this writing. make a report of their schools. pound. C. C. Hale is having a well dug so fortunate as to make this deal. 9 o'clock a. m. House called Bryant. Perry Kelsay and family were 19 Song God Be With You at his barn which will be of to order by the chairman, I. M. We had the pleasure of meetvisiting at Bill Cook's a few days great convenience. Till We Meet Again. ing with our old neighbor and Grimsley. ago. The Sunday School by a vote 1 Song -l- ed by Prof. A. G. friend Bram Breeding, who left Dirigo. Miss Lena McElroy was visit- Hill. while in session invited the conyears ago for the us twenty-on- e ing at her uncle Jim Holt's, last 2 Devotional services Rev. vention. The committee asks all Lone Star State for his future conplication diseases. She proMr. James W. Campbell had fessed faith in her master at an week. Sunday School workers to come gone to the pasture after his James Burton. home Mr. Breeding can interSister Retta B., the wife of 3 Song by Anderson Murrell. and take a part in the discuss- horse r est you in telling how all of our early age and lived a faithful day and as he rechristian until the end came and Owen Antle, was born July 16, ions. This is in harmony with turned he stopped at a spring to 4 Welcome Address M. Powold Kentucky boys are getting she was ready and waiting. She 1878, and died July 9 1911. She ell. the international Sunday School get a drink, and while he thus along as there is a number of ' work, and the S. S. Union. kneeled down drinking the them located in his connty, the requested all of her children and was married to Owen Antle 13 5 Response W. W. Curtley. horse Yates boys, Sexton, Roaches, fr'ends to meet her in that great years last November. To this 6 What is the aim of a Sunday Singers please bring song books pawed him in the back and hurt Grady, Keltner and many others beyond, where parting would be union seven children were born, School? G. R. Dehart, Howard and help sing. Other Sunday him considerably. He has been that we can not call to mind at no more and not to weep for all and two of them are dead. Sis- Murrell, P. M. Bryant, James M. Schools are invited to have rec- unable to get out since; itations. Common School teachthis time. In all of this num- Was well with her. Her funeral ter Antle professed her Savior at Burton. J. W. McClister bought a yoke 7 Recitations Misses Alice ers are asked to furnish recitaber of Adair county boys there was preached by her pastor Rev. the age of 13. She was a memof work steers from L. R. Stotts is not one but is getting Pangburn, and her remains laid ber of the Separate Baptist Knight. Pearlie Combest, Emma tions. for $50. M. Powell, church at Mount Zion, Adair McGaha, Oscar Smiley, Alta along nicely, making a good to rest in the Tarter cemetery. Mose Wooten sold an aged mule Pearlie Combest, Remember the Sunday school county. She was a christian in Head, Jo G. Grimsley, James living, and some of them have to James Young for $165. Leora Floyd, got vastly rich. When you call convention at union on Saturday the full sense of the word. Her Bryant, Fredie Grider. Ernest Stotts is very sick at Comnittee on Program to mind certain men leaving before the 4th Saturday in this affliction was great. She was 8 Who should attend Sunday this writing. confined to her house and bed School"? David Bryant, Rev. this part of old Adair not worth months. French Valley. for many months with consump- John Rice, Hon. F. R. Winfrey. $500 ten years ago, and to day The Red Lick and Sparksville Vester. tion. She was perfectly willing 9 Sermon, Christians Rcould cash their lands for fifty Messrs. Selby and Hannah re- ball teams crossed bats at the ready to go home, where ewardI. M. Grimsley. and thousand dollars besides a nice turned from the market this week Bardin diamond near here last Noon recess 1 hour. Breeding! The Children's day Exercise at death is no more. Another good Bank accouut. Mr. where they delivered a nice Saturday. A misunderstanding Wan-ni10 Recitations Misses Bearwallow last Sunday was woman has gone friends, weep informed your reporter of these arose about the 5th inning and bunch of cattle. not. her funeral was preached Grimsley, Leory Floyd, Effie facts. Tnese men might of quite a success. We had a good rain her Tues- the game was called off, the score G. N. Burton, Edith Kimbler. by the writer and Bro. .staid here in the hills of old standing 12 to 6 in favor of Red Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith were day. Collins, text, St. John, 14:3 be11 What should be the attitude .Adair county during all of there visiting the latters parents last L. E McKinley of Dunville was Lick. ing her own choosing. The les- of young people to the Sunday life time and could not have made week. L. H. Jones sold a plug' horse here a day or two last week lookson was read by James McKin- School? Rucker P. Grimsley, Jmore than a living, but they to G. B. Murphy. Price private. ing after his poultry business. Mr. Ide Holmes little baby was ley. She was buried at Ester John G. Burton, Rev. Frank struck Texas in a favorable time buried Hadis Harvey has been crippled at the Bearwallow ceme- - Hays' in the presence of a large Breeding. Miss Bertha McKinley, Denif or them to make money, and we tery up with a sprained ankle. last Sunday morning about crowd of weeping friends The mark was here Friday. 12 Recitations Dora Floyd, glad to say that my friend, rare 10 o clock, it died in Ind., and Our old friend, W. D. King Mrs. .Montgomery Powell and singing was conducted by Bro. Ollie Leach, Zenes Grimsley, Ida Mr. Breeding, is one of the forwas brought back here and bur- Tom Coffey. Burton, Larkin Head, Curtjs Mc- son Jess, are dangerously ill with called on our merchants Ja3t Fritunate ones. We are all glad ied day. It had been1' a year since Gaha, Benjamin, Powell, John W. typhoid fever. to hear of our Adair county boys Cobiirg. Mr. Sam L. Burton and wife Grimsley, Jessie Crimsley. Mrs. J. Stapp is visiting her he had been here. He says he is 'doing well where ever they may the old time clock, except when and little son Clyde were visLing 13 What should- be the atti- parents this week. be. Uncle Billy Farris, who has the bear gets around. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Smith of Pell-ha- been making Everybody is making preparahis home with his tude of the common school teachMr. Jack Coomer, one of the last Saturday and Sunday. daughter, Mrs. John R. Durham er to the Sunday School Hon. tions for the Russell Springs I am informed that Jo Williams best citizens in the Basil of color who lived near here, has Mrs. S. J, Dooley and daught- of Campbellsville, is at his old Frank Neat, Revs. Tobias Huffa-ke- r Fair, begining August.Sth. is in a very critical conand Joe Pierce. Lawrence' McElroy is very sick mysteriously disappeared. dition at this time. He has been er Lena, were visiting Mr. V. B. home near here, visiting his son, McGa-h14 Recitations Bertha About 5 weeks ago he left his at this writing. suffering with dyspepsia for the Smith and family last Tuesday. Lee Farris . Malcum Leach, Dewey home to go to work in his cornGeorge, the little son of R L. past year or so, that this disease Miss Oma Whited was the T. L. Selby, of Rowes X Roads field Grimley. Song and recitation near by and up to the preshas preyed on his mind so much" pleasant guest of Missess Malin-d- a Faulkner has been quite sick.but was here this week looking after Evie Bryant, Rosa Combest, ent has not been heard of since. 'that he has become unbalanced. and Lena Dooley last Sunday. is improving now. staves. Rucker FyGrimsley, M. Powell, 'St is very alarming to his Rev.-- Ben Henderson, Summer-vill- e, Beckey' Harmon spent a Mrs. Stave hauling is the go now. Town taxes are novr due call aaJ setIda Kimbler, Liza Powell. friends. tle at once. Geo. Coffey; Collector closed a. series of meetings week with.her daughter Mrs! S. 15 Qualifications and duties of Several teams are going from ,. at the Presbyterian- church near the Sunday School Supt. C. S. here-t- Columbia every day. The protracted services that Burton. week; 'hasVbeen going on here for the Walkup, Nathan Murrell, .Hally Oryil Grider has accepted apo-sitio- n Mrs. Nona and Octava Burton here last , ' pastiten days conducted by the ''Aunt Sallie- Davis of' Taylor Reynolds, Rev. W. C. Barrett were at the bedside of their sisin Cumberland county and Rev. Roberts Bros, and their county, is visiting her brother, . COLUMBIA, KY. Myrtle burton of 16 Recitations Hazel Powell, will leave Sunday for his post of wives, Xhas been a success from ter, Mrs. ornca w iBIr.Tdm Dudgeon of Cane Valley. Effie Bryant, Rosa Combest. duty. last Monday. the very beginning. The first ? Rovves X Roads. Sandusky & Co. j ; LUMBER i t the-othe- ; ! v , j e I - m com-imuni- ty -- a, rela-ttivesla- nd - T. A. SMITH - Mc-Ga- ha ; 3 , f ,f ' ' -e -- . .? r-- i& vdi :"x-- vl1 '9&1) f. L i &K it 4L.-'- i ' J' iJ: - ; a "- - A . r-'- Zfr !.";;-- !i ig . 'V X X to J, .VEv ft v 1J &i J -F , T , &ZW&F$M - ; - v,"