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Though faith may falter, hope may wane, There's one thing that assureth, The one that will ever remain The Louisville Conference. Stereoptican Entertainment, Rev. J. R. Crawford, pastor of the Presbyterian church, assisted by a number of his church friends, has purchased a new Stereoptican. The first exhibition to be given will be at the Union Presbyterian church on next Friday night, (Oct. 6.) The entertainment wUl consist of 100 pictures of "Around The World" views. Mr. Crawford's lantern is one of the latest and best approved designs, equipped for U3ing either the electric or calcium lights. As the Stereoptican is recogonized as a great educator of the people, there la every reason to believe that it can bo used toa great advantage in religious instruction. It will serve to make more real both Bible and Missionary land3. No admission will but charged, but a free will offering will be taken to cover cost of entertainments. f i r i I lis. r & Mr. L. C. Winfrey, who is a good Tuesday afternoon, the 26th of Seplawyer and a fine business man, has tember, William W. Follis closed his leen appointed receiver of the late Citi- - eyes in death at his late home, Elk' ens Bank, and will wind up the business III. He was the oldest son of the of the institution as rapidly as he can. hart. late John F. and Porter Follis, and was Hi appointment was brought about by born in this place about forty-eigthe Secretary of State, who filed suit years ago. When quite a young man :for a receiver, and Judge J. C. Carter he left Columbia, but he occasionally named Mr. Winfrey at the request of visited here. It is our understanding '.the stockholders and the appointment his health gave way about one is perfectly agreeable to all concerned. that year ago, andhe was gradually on the In justice to Mr. W. A. Coffey, who decline until the final dissolution, being was the Assistant cashier of the bank, a victim of consumption. He leaves and who did the greater portion of the a wife, one brother, a half brother and work, Mr. Frazer, who was the half sister, and quite a number of rele in parting with Mr. Coffey, in Adair county The interment leaving for Frankfort said, in the atives was at Elkhart, 111., last Thursday, a presence of a gentleman of this city, "Coffey, there is absolutely not a blem- great many friends being present. ish against you. 1 respect you for the Columbia District, First Round. open, courteous manner in which you have dealt with me." We are further authorized by Mr Monticello, Meadow Cree k Oct. Winfrey, the receiver, to state that all 14 15. depositors will be paid in full. West Monticello, Smith's Bottom The above statement will be gratify-- 1 r.,t 17 iq ing information and will greatly rel ieve J jamestown, Rowena-O- ct. 19-- 20. the situation. Pleasant-O- ct. Russell Springs, Mt. ht ex-amin- er, be-for, Arm Broken. V r The new Presiding Elder will be presRollin Montgomery, son of Mrs. Sui ent at an tnese . services, ine jjimct sie Montcomerv. met with a very se..' Stewards wil1 meet at Columbia, ucw rious and painful accident last Tuesday afternoon. Rowin the Goff liverv Der 12tn 10 a m' stable, and started from the old shed ' Averts Awful Tradegy. pare to the main buildir-g- . There is a step off at the far end, and .when he Timely davice given Mrs. C. Willough-breached it, he stumbled and fell, breakof Marengo, Wis.,(R No.l) prevening his right arm. "He was conveyed ted a dreadful tragedy and saved two to Dr. Flowers' office, where Drs. lives. Doctors had said, her frightful Flowers and Russell reduced the cough was a "consumption"cough and fracture, but it will be several weeks could do little to help her. After many before the boy can use his arm. remedies failed, her aunt urged her to take Dr King's New Discovery "Thave been using it for some time, "she wrote Hotel for Sale. and the awful cough has almost gone. The Hotel known as the Hancock Ho- It also'saved my little boy when taken stel in Columbia, Ky., is for sale. It is with a severe bronchial trouble." This located on Burkesville, street In said mitchless medicine has no equal for town, has 23 rooms, is comparatively throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and new; has fine well, two stables, one SI 00 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by used as a livery stable and the other as Paull Drug Co. a private ;s table; the finest garden spot At The Age of Ninety-threin Columbia. The hotel is well furnished. Will sell all the furniture and everything connected with it. The hotel Mrs Amanda Wheat, who was the enjoys as fine patronage as any hotel in Columbia. For any further widow of Long Zach Wheat, died in ever run Greenup, 111., a week or twp ago, at particulars apply to or address, She was born t the age of ninety-threJunius Hancock, and reared on Petits Fork, Adair coun- Columbia, Ky. ty, and was a daughter of Jo Morrison, She leaves quite a number of relatives Is Jh.e World 0 rowing Better? ' in this county and Metcalfe. She re Many things go to prove toat it is. The ' m0 t0 Illinojs many years ag0 way thousands are trying to help others is proof. Among them1 is Mrs. W. W. There will be an exciting game of Gould, of Pittsfield, N.H. Finding good base ball pulled off a the Lindsey-Wilso- n health by taking Electric Bitters, she grounds next Saturday afternow advises other sufferers, everywhere noon at 1:45. The Middleburg and the to take them. "For years I suffered with Ozark teams meet Admission for stomach and kidney troudle," she writes men 13 cents; ladies free. No one "Every medicine I used failed till I took should tail to see this game. The MidElectric Bitters. But this great remedy dleburg club will have a deaf and dumb helped me wonderfolly " They'll help pitcher. any woman. They're the best tonic and finest liver and kidney remedy that's Notice. made. Try them. You'll see 50c at Paull Drug Co. In ebedience to the Adair County Court, the voters of Lwlltown voting Mr. Horace Hamilton, who is the district No., 3 in Adair County, Ky., lineman for the Columbia Telephone are hereby notified that at the Regular Company, was considerably- shocked bv State Election held on Nov. the 7th. lightning whHe at work on apole last ' 1811f in aid district the question will Thursday. He came into the office and be submitted to them whether or not in a short time after his arrival, he was catt'e or otner species thereof, shall be very peculiarly effected; and it took permitted to run at large in said voting four or five men to hold him in bed. All district. during the night he was regarded as Given under my hand as Sheriff of critically ill, but Friday forenoon he Adair County. Kv.. this Sent 9. 1911. came to himself, and is now in a fair 43 A D patteson, S. A. e. it way to recover. Circuit Court will open at Jamestown On the return to Adair county, of Monday week, the 19th. A repre- Mr. and Mrs. Robt J. Pentecost, and tentative of this paper will be in at- before leaving for their Southern h me, tendance a part of the first week, and they were given a reception at the would be pleased to meet all friends of home of the bride's father, Mr. J. A. the publication. Persons who are in Breeding. It was an enjoyable event, need of should make it a and will be remembered with pleasure point to see him. by the many relatives and friends who attended Cook Jeans. I y, e. ! e. i I For charity endureth. And he who runs the christian race This charity possessing, Needs not another work of grace Nor seeks the second blessing. The good shepherds feed their sheep, And loving watch-car- e take, O'er each Iamb they vigil keep Not all for lucre's sake. With charity for our kind, To claim as loving brothers Should we naught but envy find, For thirteen hundred others. Who all like sheep have gone astray With hearts and lives impure 0 teach them now the better way And make the fold secure. May charity her mantle spread O'er Adams fallen race. . Not for merit but instead, A work of mutual grace. To find the Apostolic church 21 22 With all its Priestly powers; Sparksvllle, Sparksville-O- ct. 1627 Why should we for another search . j Renox, Jones' Chapel Oct. 2829. When the true church is ours. - I ! following appointments of preachers known here: Presiding Elder, W. F. Hogard. Columbia. J. W. Weldon. S. K. Central City, B. M. Currie. Breeding, Supply. Gradyville, C. W. Pangburn. . Mannsville, J. A. Johnston. Monticello, J. L. Murrell. Temple Hill, G. H. Upchurch. Hopkinsville, A. R. Kasey. Pembroke, T. L. Hulse. Maceo, R. L. Tally. Lewisbnrg, D. S. Campbell. Greenville, G. P. Dillon. Cloverport, F. E. Lewis. S J. Tompson, Presiding Elder Owensboro district. Death of a Good Citizen. Last Wednesday Mr. J. T. Jones, Montpelier, Ky. Roberts Bros., and their wives, who are conducting evangelistic services in this town, do not claim to be learned theologians, their mission being to preach the Gospel pure and simple, and in all earnestness urge men and women to flee from the wrate that is to come. Large congregations "gather at each service, and the indications point to the awakening of the people. Notwithstanding a steady rain was falling Sunday night, the tent was d with hearers. All denominations are attending. The two men do the most of the talking, but Saturday a very beautiful and convincing discourse was delivered by one of the ladies, her subject being "Jesus of Nazareth Passeth By." Sunday forenoon the other lady gave a very logical, practical sermon. well-fille- Mr. Robert Biggs Dead. Mr Robert Bice's, who was on of Adair county's best citizens died at his late residence, near Coburg, last Sunday mornii g' He met with an accident a few days before which was the direct cause of his demise He was building a house and the scaffold upon which he was standing gave way, precipitating him to the ground, a distance of twelve or fifteen feet, receiving internal injuries. He was a brother-in-laof Mr. Brack Massie, this place, and a man who stood high in the community. w New Millinery Store Miss Bess Hunn and Miss Winnie Dohoney have received a very attractive line of millinery goods, and have opened their store over McLean Bros., place of business. These young ladies have elegant taste, and are trimmers of experience, having worked in Louisville and other points. They cordially invite their iady friends to call at their store, as they will be ready for business in a few days. John Milton Crafft-McGar- vey. Roe. who was one of Adair county's best citizens, died suddenly at his home Last Wednesday afternoon, at the J on the head waters of Leatherwood. home of her grandfather, Eld. J. W. He had been out hauling wood, came . home for dinner, unhooked his horses, McGarvey, Lexington, Ky. Miss Ray j turning them in the barn He then McGarvey was married to Prof. F. L. went to his dwelling and stepped in the Crafft, who has held the chair of Greek parlor. His daughter heard an unusual and Latin in the William Woods Colnoise and went into the room to find lege, Fulton, Mo. The bride is a her father dead. The deceased was a daughter of Mrs. Fannie B. McGarvey, Bishop T. C. Carter. brother of Messrs. E. F. and C. C. who is a daughter of Dr. U. L. Taylor, of this place. Her father Eld. J. W. Roe, and was a) man for whom every McGarvey, Jr., died suddenly last WinBishop T. C. Carter, the eminent body who knew him had the utmost re ter. Tennessee Orator will deliver his Cele spect. He had the confidence of the The bride is well and favorably known brated Lecture on Abraham Lincoln community, and he will be greatly at the Court House, Columbia Ky missed. We tender onr condolence to in Columbia where she often visited Tuesday evening, Oct. 3, 1911. the bereaved family. Mr. Roe was and where she has many relatives and Do not fail to hear this Lecture which friends. about 68 years old. in a most direct, lumminous and comI prehensive manner, goes to the "ery Jersey Cow Sale. Pickett- - Hood. heart of the vital things concerning the life and character of our Martyred President. Admission 2."c, door open 7 At Farmingdale, 111., on Sept. the Saturday, Oct. Tth.JlOll.At my barn, p. m. 20th, Mr. Edward Pickett, formerly of in Greensburg, Ky., rain or shine. ! Kemp, Adair County, Kentucky, and will offer at Public sale: Miss Kizzie Hood, formerly of ColumImportant.Nolice. 10 Jersey cows bia, Ky., were united in marriage, 15 Jersey heifers, 1 year old, all bred 10 jersey Heifer calves, 3 to S months All persons, firms and corporations, Rev. Piper, pastor of ithe local Presbv- having done business with the Citizens terian church, performing the ceremo- old. Secured notes, six per cent interest, Bank, Columbin, Ky., and not having ny. Miss Lula Pickett, niece of the had a complete settlement there with.are groom, acted as bride's maid, and Mr. six months time. requested to bring or send to me their Hayden Rogers was best man. The 47 2t John A. Hobson. Pass Books, that their accounts may be groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles balanced up and returned together with Pickett; the bride a daughter of Mr. Gives Aid to Strikers. their olo checks, and if you have over- and Mrs Geo. Hood The bride is a Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels drawn you will know it, and if you very deserving young woman; thegroom seem to go on a strike and refuse to work have money to your credit you will a prominent yonng man of Farming-dal- e, right. Then you need those pleasant litIII. know i. The Bank will be opened tle King's New Tuesday, Oct 3, 1911. for the purpose Life Pills to give them natural aid and Your ihoto. of winding up and settling the business gently compel proper action. Excellent of said institution, and of all persons health soon follows. Try them. 23c at owing said note, overdraft or indebted In the latest and most permanent Paull Drug Co. to it in any way will please make ar rangements to meet same as early as finish. I am located in the Ed Sinclair building, with a stylish line of cards Fail Opening. you can do so, Oct. 2," 1911. and folders. The Studio will be open L C. Winfrey, four days each week, Monday, WednesSaturday, October 7th, I will have on Receiver Citizens Bank, day, Thursdry and Saturday. I also display all the newest things in milliColumbia, Ky. make a specialty of views and groups. nery. Don't fail to see my line of exBuford Montgomery, clusive styles from New York, CincinWe have a select Stock of Ladies Columbia, Ky. nati and Louisville, Coats and Coat Suits, Dress SkirtsSv Mrs G. W. StaDles: Waists, Petticoats, Underwear, &c. Rankin, the bright little son, of Mr. We have an experienced Dress Maker Walter Goff, died in Cumberland counMrs. Lizzie K. Coffey, who was a in this Department and every garment ty, near Bakerton, last Monday. He sister of William and Jas. H. Rey. will be made to fit you perfectly without was a victim of diptheria, and was only nolds, deceased, died in Texas on the four yers old.. The interment will be 19th of September, aged 94 years. She extra charge in Co'umbia cemetery. The father has was a native of Adair county. Russell & Co. the sympathy of everybody in this HORSE, MULE AND JACK SALE, place. , strike-breakersD- r. Notice. farm for Sale. Fifty Head to Go Under In the Eastern part of Adair county, Ky., miles northeast Tarter P. O. 100 acres of average ridge land, 65 acres in cultivation in good condition, balance in timber. A good grain and stock farm, moderate buildings, three good springs, good orchard, outside range. Price, 900. For information, address Marcus Tarter, Tarter, Ky 45-l- ! i , j job-wor- k The wife of General Handy was taken seriously ill last Tuesday, the 19th, with appendicitis, suffering intensely until Friday night, when the end came She left a husband and one little boy eighteen months of age. She was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs J W. Karnes. ( Miss Mamie Last Wednesday Mr. G. W. Cook and Jeans, who live in the su- Cash for Accounts burbs of Columbia, drove to Gradyville where they were quietly married. Immediately after the ceremony the couple started on their return trip to this place, and are now comfortably situated in thp groom's residence, on Greens-burroad, recently erected. g r and Notes A dwelling house Comes easily if you place them with as for collection We collect notes and accounts and look after claims any 'where in the United States, and do not jna,ke any charges unless we collect. 3any body owes you, write us about Mr J. F. Montgomery says if you i ' it May's Collection Agency. . have anything to sell it pays to adver-tis'- e 5. :.. 45--3 m Somerset. Ky in The News. He offered a cow ?' for sale through this paper and sold her ViopAltnll r 'l'ijk vtnvt?Arl TV an9 a club of to Mr. G. W. Rexroat, of Russell coun'Montpelier. will play the married mens' ty, for $40. She was a good one. Af4iotab of Zion, Saturday the 14th, The ter he disposed of her he had many infgiiae will be called at Isaac Willing, quiries from parties who wanted to purchase a milker. Joppa. 2 property of a man named Richardson and located near Esto, Russell county, was consumed by fire and all its contents, last Thursday night. No insurance. which was tho Hr In obedience to an order of the Adair County Court, the voters of the Gradyville voting district No , .1 in Adair County, Ky., are hereby notified that Report of the Grand Jury. Regular State Election held on November the 7th. 1911, in said disThe grand jury was dismissed last trict, the question will be submitted to Tuesday after having been in session them whether or not cattle or other eight days. There' were forty-foinspecies thereof shall be permitted to dictments returned, classified as fol- run at large in said district lows: Given under my hand as Sheriff of Gaming 5 Adair County, Ky. this Sept., the 9th, Striking with deadly weapons 1911. A D. Patteson, S. A. C. Detaining woman 1 45-Malicious striking 3 Breaking into ware house I Seed Wheat. Selling liquor 3 I have 100 bushels of seed wheat, Liquor to minor 1 Trespass 1 "New Columbia," recleaned, for sale C. S Harris. Disturbing worship. 1 at ?1 00 per bushel. Weapons 1 S 11 Breach of the peace Invitations are out to the marriage Unlawfully receiving toll 1 of Mr. William David Jones. Knoxville, Adultery 12 Carnally Knowing female under 16 1 Tenn., to Miss Mary Eliza Baker, this city, the ceremony to take place at the Seduction residence of the intended bride's father, Judge H. C. Baker, at 10 o'clock, morning, October eighteenth, It's Exqual Don't Exist. nineteen hundred and eleven. No one has ever made a salve, ointment or balm to compare with Bucklen's Arnic Salve. It's the one perfect healer Big Stock Sale. of Cuts, Corns, Bnrns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcens, Eczema, Salt RheOn October 14th there will be sold a um. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapnumber of mules, horses, cattle, corn ped .Hands or Sprains its supreme. Un- -. to the highest bidder, the rivaled for Piles. Try it. Only 25c at and hay, to take place en th farm known sale Paull Drug Co. as. the Gadberry farm and where 1 live. Said farm containing about S30 acres, The Roberts Brother's meeting is 130 of which is tillible and about 40 now in progress, the tent being filled acres island land. Said farm can be to overflowing nightly. A great deal bought at a price worth the money. Lunch for sale on the ground. of .interest is being manifested. The meeting will continue through this J. D.' Eubank. , week. Every body cordially invited. J. S. Breeding, Auctioneer. at-th- e ur The Ham- mer on October 17th. 'l 4t On Tuesday, October the 17th, I will sell at public outcry, fifty head of stock, consisting of mares, stallions, geldings. Mules, 1 jack, 2 jennets- and Terms made known' on day of sale. Sale will begin 9 a. m , at Fair Ground Columbia. Remember the date if you want a good horse, mule. .1 ack or Jennet. Owing to the Roberts Bros , meeting 46 4t W. L. Grady, Gradyville Ky. at the tent the Preebyterian church will omit its k service and, alMr. Ray Flowers is for the present a so, the preaching service on next Sunsalesman in Mr I. W. Ingram's store. day night. However, there will be the He will be pleised to meet his friends regular Sunday morning service as at the counter. usual. mid-wee- Notice. J For Sale. One saw mill with new 50 in. saw and one 36 in. 48-4t carriage. One Wed-nesdi- y N. H. Moss, County Judge in and for Adair County, Kentucky, and Gordon Montgomery, County Attorney in for said County and State, are hereby notified that application will be made to the Board of Prison Commissioners of the State of Kentucky, for the parol of Will Ed Jones, now confined in the State Penitentiary at Frankfort, Ky. for the killing of Tom Dudley. Sam Jones. Sept., 1911. Ballard & Miller. Dr. Wm. Blair, who met with a stroke of paralysis two weeks ago, remains in a critical condition. Born, to the wife of J. H. Pickett, New Hope, Ky., on Sept., 22nd, a 11 pound daughter. Mother and baby do ing well. , The man who lost the lamp to his Standard Elastic Roof Paint does not ufry can gat it by calling at this office. break, run, crack, scale, blister; evaporate, or change its consistency under any conditions. Recital at the Lindsey-WUschapel Reed Hardware Co. next Friday evening. The public is cordially invited. Miller, adaughterof Mr. Miss Hattie and Mrs. Sam Miller, died in Headrick. Be at the Lind3ey-Wilso- n chapel next Oklahoma, a few days ago. Friday evening. r te, on r1 'i sf n. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pellyton. .. The people of this neighborhood are about through saving fodder. Mrs. Lizzie Mason of Liberty, is visiting relatives here at present. Mr. Harrison Atkins of Green county is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. W. 0. Pelley and daughter Miss Edith, are visiting Mr. Charles Overstreet at Peck, Casey county. Mr. Joe Blair made a business trip to Monroe county a few days ago. ti& J t H I! There was a pie supper given at the school house last Friday night on which several dollars were realized. The object being to start a library. Mr. Owen Tupman of Garlin was visiting in this community Sunday. Mr. C.R. Rubarts who is working in timber in Taylor County was at home Sunday. Mr. Henry workman is very on mmM$MmMsimm:2 J J nswfES!9aEcs? ffc revSJusyiv cCHS jTvr77,T3r-7!-.- W -jr. - -- z?. . - ..- .'''Tg-rt:,:?J..- m ZJ&zziwa&Zcm p I A T lt means J fi Ra mi&&i 2 tip W c liiS- m. J! mw fife w ?.tatf Y WBVK3i f my x? S i 42J53 ire1 r-. e ,& Jr 1 .i?5 sv m $h. sick at present. Mr Jewel Hatfield of Neats-bur- g was visiting here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. R. K. Jones of this place is visiting her brother, Mr. J. H. Pelly at Columbia this week. Hoskin Fitch and wife who have been sick with typhoid fever are better. Miss Gertrude Gabbert who is teaching school at Dunnville, is visiting here brother here this week. Mrs. James Ellis and sons and Mrs. H. P. Coffey and daughter, Miss Adel, were visiting relatives in Taylor county last week. Olssolstion of tHe Tobacco Trust. f S& Pisiiiims toS f &g a& r w? fc Tbi iff' Jt ,fivVn &g $N $ A tentative plan for the disso lution of the tobacco trust in ac-- ! cordance with the decree of the Supreme Court of the United States was discussed at a preliminary conference held by Judges Lacombe and Noyes; at New York the early part of this month. The government was represented by Attorney General Wickersham and James C. who, as a special asMc-Reynolds, Ie hvinr rooms- comfort and health for vou ?rid voir fimilv to hav A c w.mt to sell you one of these truly marvelous heaters W knov it will give you more home comfort for the money you spend for fuel than you have ever had before The same comfort vou would sfet from the most costly Hnt Water or Steam Heating Cole's Hot BIr.ri locate? is better bec?.::s2 'ou can resu Plant vou could buy. And besides late it porfectl)r Coles bLi Last Heater gives a steady even heat day and niht using f r fU5 the cheapest grades of soft coal. It is as clean as the highest-priceHard Coal Heater, and costs you less than half the money costs less than half to operate throughout the winter because your fuel bill will be cut in two. Surely this is the Heater you want and will have this winter. This Original Hot Blast Stove has patented feature" 'vhich insure an verlasci ng that. and gas-tigconstruction. No leaky stove will hold fire Cole's Patented Hot Blast Draft insures perfect burninsr of the crises in coil which makes i this heater the greatest fuel saver ever known. Soft coal is ?vdf eas and is wasted i other stoves. ijst no'id scuar- We are authorized by the Cole Manufacturing Co. to :nis eater I'S- I&3 ienrir-i3LQi- 3 antee ever mau: iby any stove manufacturer. .uaris. d air-tig- ht ht i i d A savin j- ir in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same size, with soft c al, slack or lignite. "2 That Cole's Hot Blast will ns-- less hard coal for heating-- given space than anv ba e burner mat with the same size fire not. 3 That th rooms fed from one to i m be h ur-; each mprning-wittne soft cori or hard oal put ia the stove :ht evening before "4 That the stove wi'l hold . ro with soft coal from oau.rday night until Monday morning. 1 oae-tiiir- '5 -- A That eve 1. natron: heat d iv :rve m :;...! :. a'i-1 wili ieaj.mi ri. i :- e a cc1-',-- ii v.-- .'ivijtel f. -. i . t air-tijfh- C-..- t ; as'long as used. or Himiie. li. s:.-f- c :i"-.Misfi- i'. h- - v .1 i; ... wiih ," x i-- ' S'i v' 't.'t'.i '".a n "Mk ar.vl chist-Droo- f. '"v"'. pismnjr. oratsi ciCC. ruinc to directkias and : jir Or:gii:.ti Pauatc.l l::g .OC iHC -- ij- liiaot Stve.) sistant attorney general, cuted the trust. prose- The pending dissolution of the illegal combination and its recreation in harmony with the law Come in is a problem which will take some time to solve satisfactorily All Sizes-Pr- ice ?to all the interests, as well as to Is $12.00 the government and judges of the Federal Circuit Court. According Following the conference W. to Size W. Fuller, of counsel of the 106C-1American Tobacco Company, stated that while progress had Some Common Questions. been made.it would be, necessary to hold another meeting on SepThese are common questions tember 14 before public hearings often asked by the beginner in could be begun. the poultry business: Without entering into a formal "Do all meats scraps put up order the court directed that the for chickens smell bad? Are expenses of the three committees, thev dangerous to feed when representing holders 'of the they do smell tms wayr Not all smell- bad, and they American Tobacco Company securities be paid by the American never do if fresh. Arid yet, Tobacco Company. The court after standing awhile any brand the view, according to Attorney is not going to smell sweet as a 1 mi General Wickersham, that while rose, mere is no more danger .such an order would be proper,it in feeding them if slightly trained than when quite fresh. Of would be unusual. course you might overfeed this dried meat scrap ration just as "A sea captian reports that he you could overfeed any meat sighted an iceberg 600 feet long. ration, no difference how fresh. Why didn't the chump, tow it One thicfg, I wouldn't feed meafc into port and become a scraps that had signs showing that flies had had access to them. Think what this economy of fuel means to you. Think of the cc:nfort- - no kindling or rebuilding of the fire in the morning. Simply open the drait. You live in an even temperature which means health to your family. Uneven temperature means coles or worse. Burns any kind of fuel Soft Coal, Hard Coal, Slack, Lignite or Wood. Over 60,000 of Cole's Hot Blast Heaters sold during the year of 1909. at once and make your selection. and Upward Finish and Reed Hardware Co. the bulk you may look out that season the most active work in worms are present or soon will this line will be delayed for a be. This now is one good ration couple of weeks, and the farmers in the flock. to start limber-nec- k will not begin cutting the weed The farmers of the entire in earnest until the first week in Green river district are rejoicing October. as the result of the excellent The Man Who Stays at ing showing the tobacco crops have since the rains of the past made to a statement in few days, and it is now claimed that this year's crop will be far Ohio State Journal, - there lives above the average yield, so far near Cleveland, Ohio,- a former as quality is concerned. It has school teacher who clears $18,000 been conceded for months that a year from his twelve acres, the crop will be far below the considerably more than he made average as to yield, and the far- in the profession which he abanmers are expecting tc receive doned for agriculture. He raises the largest prices for this sea- garden truck and small fruits son's crop that have ever been and every square foot of his land received for daak tobacco. The works for him all the time in the work of cutting tobacco has al- growing season. He has his ready been undertaken, but own irrigation plant and has re Home-Accord- 5 Durable, Economical and the most Convenient heater made, do 1 If you see spidery substance in owing to the drouth early in the duced extensive farming to an and, if he is willing and able to exact science, as his balance sheet testifies. It makes us smile sometimes to read the glowing prospectus of some Western land company which announces that all the farmer has to do to make his fortune is to buy a few acres of its land and pay irrigation bills. Often the prospectus may tell something like the truth, but all it says truthfully might as well that, he can make a better living and lead a pleasanter life near home than far from in. For Moths in Carpets. j - Moths in carpets can be killed by the use of a damp cloth and a hot iron. Lay the cloth on the carpet and iron well, and the steam will destroy both eggs and be said of Ohio as of Oklahoma worms. Bru3h up the nap of the or Oregon, and the man who carpet with a whisk broom as stays at home has the inestimyou finish ironing each section. able advantages of a market at National Magazine. his door, a good school in his immediate neighborhood and home Every time the weather turns folks all about him. There is no hot the superstitious man ascribplace where a man can make a es it to the fact that he carried good living out of the soil withhis 'umbrella downtown in the out working hard with his brains morning. if s, l i - l 1HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS onable and it is this pennywise policy that is largely responsible SELECT ClILLINGS ; Judge O'Rear says that he .for the antagonism that exists in rural localities. is a conservative. ' Umbrellas With Windows. What do you think of that? It would have been in the inAn umbrella with windows Is the latest novelty in Paris and we are O'Rear conservative. That is terest of the railroads to have told that it comes from London. The about the best' joke of the sum cultivated friendly relations with reason for the innovation is, we learn, ROMANCE OF THE FARM. the difficulty of jetting about on acmer. If there ever was a radi the farmers from the beginning count of the dangers caused by traffic, In that case the railway corpor- especially in wet weather. Although Three Institutions Have Made the Till- cal it was O'Rear when he first er Wealthy, Wise and Comfortable. the umbrella with windows seems a begun his campaign. Has the atiyn would be less at a disadvan- novelty, it Is not exactly new. The The story of agricultural education tage when ifc must needs aPPear manufacturers give a little history of In America, like that of all science, Judge found that radicalism does the Invention. It seems that the flrst can be traced page after page in the not pay in Kentucky? Has he in conrt of a defendant. Courier parapluie a fenetres made its appeargreat book of evolution, and the amaz-lndetermined that the public wants Journal. ance In London half a century ago. develonmentof the industry In the A Russian noble. Prince Poutiatine, United states has been due to three none of him, as a radical, and "was walking one day in London with Season Closed. the state agricultural coi- - therefore concludes that he had his tutor. It was raining, and a mad factors-fir- st, dog rushed at them. Owing to the um- leges; second, the national department best adopt the Other end? It looks brella they did not notice the animal'3 of agriculture; third, the farmers' in as he says, Judge i that way; if, approach. The tutor was terribly bit- stitutes. The hunting season, on all sorts Says He's Conservative. ?!UiUiUUilUiailiilitUtlitlliUUiiiiUlt!iiliiiii!il!iHiilliln - k arm and i ' I Woodson Lewis I 3 ! , c J 3 3 Magnificent Which he The great Green River llerchan- dise Distributor, has just Received a ff stock of UeAv Fall cloth- - H ing, Shoes &c. at Popular prices. at one. Third off. ten, and a little time afterward he The American agricultural colleges died In great agony. The prince was had their beginning In a revolt against so Impressed with the danger of the the so called classical education, but It ordinary umbrella that he invented the was never intended, as their eminent parapluie a fenetres. Of what the founder pointed out. that they should "windows" consisted we are left In be dissociated from a broad and liberal doubt, but the faithful chronicler tells Mr." Justin S. Morus that the prince always carried his university training. the author of the "Magna Charta safety umbrella and created a great rill, Higher Agricultural Education," of sensation throughout the European more than once stated the real purpose capitals. London Globe. of his bill. "It is perhaps needless to Moving Pictures and the Eyes. "Force the children to take back seats at the moving picture show" Is the advice of an English authority, who says that no child should be allowed to sit nearer than thirty feet away from the curtain. "Children as a rule like to crowd down to the front of the show, and the parent sees no cause for objection. But parents are marking the ill effects of the flickering shadow pictures, ignorant of the fact that the nearer the child is to the front the worse the effect upon the immature eye. As many parents accompany their children to these shows, let them force the children to take back seats, thirty or forty feet back if possible. It would be even a better idea If the management of these shows would prescribe a line beyond which the child would not be allowed to sit, for a nation of defective eyes may be expected if something Isn't done along this line of reform." Chicago Tribune. A Bay comrailways extending merce flourishing, law and order p"re- -' vailing. Sofia, the capital, boasts of the only zoological garden south of the Danube. The king, besides being a linguist ami poet, is a thorough botanist and took a deep interest in aviation when this was still In Its "Infancy. Argonaut Ferdinand, czar of Bulgaria, is practically a self made king. Where once was chaos he has created law and order. He, the scion of two of Europe's noblest houses (Coburg and Orleans), had to live in a country where fifty years ago brigandage was rampant, the armv disorganized, politics in the hands of a few wirepullers. Today Bulgaria Is foremost among the states of the Balkan peninsula, its army efficient, Self Made King. ? often that a lish is larg enough to stop the progress of a steamer, but an incident of this nature occurred recently off the coast of Australia when a huge sunfish became wedged under the port propeller of the steamboat Fiona. The engine, as the account states, was brought up all standing and the steamer stopped to Investigate the cause of the trouble. It was Impossible to extricate the flsh at sea, and the steamer, which fortunately was provided with twin screws, proceeded slowly on her way with only one engine working. The fish was removed at Port Jackson and found to weigh two tons fourteen hundredweightMuseum News. Big Fish Story. It is not lished or endowed for the sole purpose It was a of teaching agriculture. liberal education that was proposed. Classical studies were not to be excluded and therefore must be included." The number of agricultural colleges the presnow established is sixty-five- ; ent value of their permanent funds and equipment is $100,000,000. A recent census showed 73.S13 students, with G.997 teachers. The rise of the United States department of agriculture is a romance of the last century. As far back as the year 1822 a strong effort was made to transform the mall some 200 acres of land which surrounded the capitol buildings then practically a barren waste, into an experiment farm In which to propagate new and rare plants. But it was not until forty years later that the United States department of agriculture was erected on the selfsame spot which had previously been sought as an experiment farm. The alpha and omega of this great organization Is the practical application of modern science to the service of the farmer. It can perhaps best be summed up in a homely remark of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, who on assigning new duties to an expert said: "Don't tell me now about your laboratories Tell me what you are aolng for "the man at the plow, out In the fields, with his coat off.." Then come the farmers' Institutes. i ? These wonderful societies are scattered all over America and boast a members roll of more than a million mature men and women. These insti- tutes may be defined as "societies es- laonsuea ior lue prmuuuuu ui. among the farming population." and they came into being in order to make the college teaching more prac- nu ucai auii mine iu bjuipaiujr needs of the farming community. They have proved a great success and have done much to speed forward the agricultural Industry. Lectures are given by agricultural experts and practical farmers, and the meetings last only a day or two at most. In this work the farmers wives and daughters take a prominent part, and women's institutes are now established all over thp United States and Canada for the study of household science. iim-m-tur- e that these colleges were not estab- Q,Rear .g & conservative. The truth is that Judge O'Rea simply is trying to be all things to all men. He is playing all ends against each other. In a con- servative community he poses as a conservative. In w estern Kentucky where he thinks radicalism is popular, he outsteps the most radical. He is trying to be Prohibitionist, Populist, Republican and Democrat, and reminds one of the lightning change art ist who works in vaudeville cirT cuits. of game, including rabbits and 1 squirrels, closed Saturday, September 16th, until thetuail season 22 begins on November 15. A few years ago the Legislature passed a law prohibiting any hunting of is offering 1 s 50 Suits carried over Judge O'Rear reminds one of of the fleawhich was described by the Irishman after this fashion: "Put your finger on him and he ain't there." It was a great surprise and shock in Frankfort when the News wa9 received that Judge O'Rear was a conservative. It was thoughtthathe would make his whole campaign on a radical platform of his own making. He has promised to turn the State governmentjover and inside out and shake it well.'and that is hard ly the program of a conservative In the shaking process the business interests of the State are liable to get hurt'and they do not regard thejprocess of upsetting established customs, with the in- ih'nh'vp "rpfprprifnm and rppnll. L r instance,, with any great joy. , uci&iueeii stuu iimu tiie uusi- ness interests of the State fear Judge O'Rear on'account of his radicalism. Perhaps that is why he has become so suddenly, a any kind during the two months preceeding the season for quail This was done because many people would go out hunting under the pretext of killing rabbits, and squirrels etc., and would also kill quail before the law was out. In order to stop this the law was passed and it is 'now regarded as primafacie evidence of guilt to even be caught in the field with a dog or gun duing the two months. Reports from the country indicate that there will be a big crop of quail this year, the spring and and early summer months being unusually dry, thus giving the young birds a chance to grow up quickly. Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl $6.25 4.75 4.25 Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. I Have a Full Stock of ! ! Squirrels and rabbits are thick an the coming season promises to be the best in years. Open season for game in Kentucky is as follows. Kentucky Deer, September 1, to March 1; rabbit (except with dogs or snares), November 15 to September 15; squirrel (black, gray or fox), November 15 to Febuary 1; pheasants (English, i Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. Iwill buy all your crop of wheafand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per7bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Satisfaction Guaranteed. rinneck Mongolian or Chinese) eason. wiW turk September 1 to Febuary 1; woodcock, June 20 to February 1; wood duck, teal or other duck, goose August 15 .to April 1. No license required. There is often as wide a gap between the pedigree and actual character and performance of a farm animal as there Is between the profession of faith and everyday life of many folk whose names are on the kirk roll. Many of the intestinal ills from which poultry as well as farm animals sometimes suffer could be largely prevented if the vessels from which they Jrink were frequently scalded out. The hot water kills the germs, and it is the germs that cause the trouble. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURQ, KY. conservative,Uifhe has. News. Frank-fo- r tmrnnmmminmmnwfiwm nnnnnnnmTnimmmn Congressman helm Sees victory. keep the pledges and covenants contained in the platform and that they have made with the people of Kentucky. They are going to give them another trialS Should they refuse or fail to make good, it will be a long time before the party will again be intrusted with power in this Railroadsfand Farmers. j Pigeons as Military Aids. Pigeon flying is something mors than a sport in France. "The practical side has appealed to the government," writes Consul Haven from Itoubaix, "and as a result almost every garrison is fitted with a loft, where pigeons are trained for use In time of war and during army maneuvers. Several years ago a decree was signed forbidding the keeping or training of racing pigeons (pigeon voyagers) by foreigners residing in the country. 'A French citizen to keep such birds must first make an application to the civil authorities." Telegraph Tolls In England. The Great Britain telegraph charge Is 12 cents for the flrst thirteen words. Including the address, and 1 cent for every additional word. With the ex ception of words which are ordinarily written as one or coupled by hyphens, no combination of words Is counted as one word. Such abbreviations as "can't," "won't," "don't," are counted as single words. Figures are counted at the rate of five figures to a word, fractions according to the number of figures employed, the mark of division being counted as a figure. Washington Post Tho President's Train. All along the railroad line when the president's train is on the way the switches are spiked and every precaution- taken, and each engineer feels that his reputation Is at stake to maintain just such a pace as will bring the president's train to Its destination safely and on time. Besides this, the president always has a guard ofr secret service men, who, planning ahead and knowing just where and when he is to be at certain towns, .make every preparation for "bis safety. National Magazine. Seeder For a Few Cents. can make a cheap seeder to drop One seed behind the plow in the following One of the big railway systems manner: Take a tin pan that holds at least a quart Cut has annouced&its intention of a board round and a little larger than the pan and screw' ly relationsjwith the f armsrs who pan A to tht round wood wheel reside along its! lines. Possibly A cul-tivati- ng friendly B. t , ' ' ' I of pan punch in some boles as fat apart as you want 2 the seed. Have a stoppered hole In the board wheel through which to put in seed. In ceu ter of wheel and pan make a hole to put through a bolt for the axle. Makthandles and put axle bolt through a: tl'i end and fasten other end to plow L- -t seeder run back of plow. The whole affair costs less than 25 cents T.t will drop all small seeds cane, mllo. Kaffir corn, broom corn and all the like and will do as good work as any single row planter except that it will not cover the seed. The next round. however, will cover it with the plaw.- $arm ana- Fireside. - Near the rim the farmers will be found respon- At, a deepseated prejudice against railroads infmany". farming corn- munities. Were it possible to remove his"prejudice the railroads and the farmers would be the gainers. Most of the'railroad companies in this country have never troubled themselves particularly to cultivatejfriendly relations with patrons infgeneral. As a result SjH5xSSS r the roads have paid dearly, A generous farmer wants others to have the benefit of his for their lack of consideration. experience and is always anxIn many counties a railroad canious to assist his neighbor in every way possible. We need not hope to win a law suit unless mere generous farmers and fewselfish men who care nothing er it is able to make out for itself for society further than to get protection for themselves. its case. " Failing 'an in this the road is mulcted for about "all the traffic will bear" Tim to Spread Gypsum. Gypsnni, or "land plaster,' ought to Railroads unquestionably are frebe spread on. meadows early in the season, when there Is plenty of mois- quently competed to pay damage ture present as it requires fully 400 pounds of water to make available 100 claims that are exorbitant or unpounds of gypsum. It assists material- just. On the contrary many of ly In releasing the potash and' making it available; therefore on lands that of them show a picajunish disare supplied with an abundance of potash which U not very available position in setting damage claims plaster may be extremely rateable. and reas- that are palpably-jus- t ; sive to this tender of the olive If the small boy ever learns to swim must go swlmmln with his father branch. There is undoubtedly be with other boys in the neighborjr hood. Many a mother, naturally anx-.ou- s for her boy. seems to hold the :dea that this can be done by absent treatment sort o' thinkin' water and jwimmin' motions. good. many popular superstitions One jf these is that a cow will die If .she loses her cud. A cow often quits chewing her cud when sick and will resume :he chewing of It when she gets better, f she dies it is not because she has .ost her cud, but loses It because sick ind dies of the malady. .A r beliefs are hard to dislodge. open-and-sh- ut The slugs that feed on the leaves of roses, cherry and pear trees may be ilspatched by dusting the bushes or trees with fine road dust, applied when the dew is on. If beyond reach the lame result can be bad by spraying" trees with a solution made by mixing jne pound of arsenate of lead In twenty gallons of water. The solution ihould be stirred frequently while it s being applied with the sprayer. Owing to getting hold of a wrong for making the bordeaux mixture a farmer we heard of the other lay applied a solution, to some of his trees that was about ten times too itrong. Not only did it take the leaves jff the' trees, but It ate holes in the bottom of the tin can in 'which It was mixed. It would be strange Indeed if those who applied the spray 'to the trees didn't have holes eatem la tketi Ootbes tBd heads r recipe Congressman Harvey Helm was at Democratic headquarters Saturday, says the Louisville Times. He reports the Eighth district in excellent condition for the State ticket, and tendered his services to the Campaign State." Committee. When asked about his own race next year, he reMusings.. to discuss it other than to fused say that he would at the proper You can not gauge' the prog-time make his announcement, adding that nothing should be ress of either a man or an auto- done at the present time to inter- - mobile by the amount of noise fere with the election of the they make, . splendid State ticket. Mr. Helm Rq who is nofc tQ. dQ House at mQTQ stated the Democratic than he getg paid fQr Washington has made it possible ual,y has a ,.fe comp,aint thafc . a Democratic President poorly pai( to elect ' next year; that this was done by Because Dame Nature can-fo- rm religiously keeping their plat- dress herself m any color scheme and campaign pledges, and and Iook a"ractive, lots of worn- that he naturally wants to serve en think they can do the same.'-wheunder such an administration, the services of veterans. Those of us who have tried and not raw recruits will be them are of the opinion that 'methods that are "delightfully needed. Parties like individuals, he simple," are not always simply ' said, mustv be on the square. delightful. m "People are going to elect the, Democratic ticket this Fall," he said, "because they believe the honse Pknt by using Cole's Original Hot and It holds General assembly Will De JUem- - Blast Heater. VnilW Itvln fire OTer night .. flAflf 4.A like the Dem- - -- -! ocratic, and will B; " - a. ocrrtic House at Washington, , -n ?yjSIHJH VAT! V1T1 X Bp- .,! g jg A f, - f - " a J Vj. THE ADAIR COUNTY w r HEWS 27th and 28th, and J- . if interested Published Every Wednesday BVTHE Adair County News Company.. ( in betteriner aerricultural condi-- l tions, in helping others and in being helpedby others, then attend. A O 4 A AdOA 'ffBE AUAIR H O40O4O444 AAAAAAA wrTVrVTTTW Judge O'Rear seems to be on, 8 CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. an explaining ixpedition through-- 1 JOI out the State. The fact is, that Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of tbe City of Columbia $nd the people he has a difficult proposition to Adair and ad jacen.t countiES. explain, and up to this hour has not reconciled the peaceful mixt-- 1 Entered at the Columbia as seo , Ed class mall matter. ,ure or rignteousness ana un , Post-office 1 Incorporated.) 3oin& At Cost . WED. OCT., 4. . righteousness. His extreme 1911, prohibition statements and his! endorsement of the President of the Kentucky Distillers Associ-- 1 ation as chairman "of his cam-paign committee in the second C!nrmVOCCirmll 1 Democratic TicRct. For United States Senator OLLIE M. JAMES We are receiving our fail stock of Shoes, and in order to make room for them, we will sell all our stock of Low Cuts at Cost. , For Governor JAMES B. MCCREARY For Lieutenant Governor EDWARD J. MCDERMOTT For Attorney'Generaj JAMES GARNET? ForAuditor HENRY X. BOSWORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G. RHEA For Secretary of State C. F. CRECELI'JS "n?ef.lf nrvmrwiTr ered and instructed to collect campaign funds. If the Judge mjp is sincerely desirous of carrying J out his war against the liquor TT dealers, we' cannot understand jf why he should accept the service of one of the wealthiest liquor. men in the State. The Judge ' JfL owes a satisfactory explanation j ! J & r Ct ! For Supt. of PublicInstruction. BARKSDALEHAMLETT For Commissioner" J. V. Agriculture KEWMAN a Vote for the Judge, certainly the For RailroadCommissioner Judge ought to accept the vote 4Qp W. F. KLAIR regardless of his business, but if the Jude means to carr' out his On Friday and Saturday, the C"8 27th and 28th of this month, the Parfcy platform, how in the Tom Adair County Farmers Institute Walker could he accept McCul-wi- ll be held in the court house, loch's time, talent and money as bor, whose talents are second to last week. Mr. C. A., Hammond, Russell This meeting should be one in chairman of the second district no man's, and whose character Springs, was here Saturday. which everv active farmer! Milk and cider cider and milk! is of the highest. WATCH MAKER and JEWELER He began his speaking camMr. D. W. Stone, of Marion, should participate for the dis- It will not be explained but setpaign last week at Danville, and Ky.. representing the Lax Fos cussion of various topics by com- tled at the polls. his address was received with Co., was here Thursday. petent men, under the direction My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Simon Boliver Buckner, who great favor. He is clear, forceof the Commissioner of Agricult- George and family, Mr. Sam Office in ure, will unfold valuable infor- was a great Governor, and whose ful andogical, and so fair is he of Effie, visited at B. E. Foley's mation to all who desire to im- ability and character is of the even to his political opponents, Friday night, J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store. highest, is for Governor McCrea- - that those who hear him are conprove their land, methods and Mr. J. E. Absher, Russell production. It is for farmers, ry and the whole ticket. John vinced that he is not of the av- Springs, was here Saturday buyand is meant to bring about bet- - M. Atherton, who has no superi-te- r erage type of man who seeks of- ing psoduce. profits and a more satisfact- -' or as a profound thinker and log-or-y fice. His ability as a lawyer is Foley Bros, bought J. S. Wade's condition in all agricultural ical speaker, will take the stump unquestionable. He will make Gasoline mill last week.' endeavors. It should arouse the for his partty. Cassius M. Clay, one of the greatest attorney Baptist church at indifferent to better methods, President of the Constitutional generals Kentucky has ever The new Clear Springs is about completed. Wholesale and Retail and also stir up our most pro- Convention, is lending his great had. Danville Advocate. Mr. John Coe is preparing to gressive farmers. Besides hear- talent and influence to the ading the State speakers, it should vancement of Democracy. HenLOUISVILLE MARKETS. build a new residence near this J place. be also ah exceedingly pleasant ry L. Martin, of Woodford, who All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5a!,I, Doot's and.Blind meeting, for our many farmers gave the best years of hisjife to 'The series of meetirfgs at Parks Golulftbia, Kentucky. to meet and discuss the points of promote Democratic principles, Latest Quotations on Live Stock Rridge,' conducted by Rev. John difference that prevail on the is a staunch supporter of Gover- Thomas and wife, closed WedCATTLE nesday night. farms in this county. The State nor McCreary and his associates. steer ?5.255.50 is spending much money in hold-- ! These are only a few of the hun- - !hiping Mr. H. L. Foley, wife and son, geon, 4.755.50 . Dirigo. interment waa in the mg these Institutes,' and it is a dreds who have volunteered to Fat heifers and cows 4754.85 who had been visiting at A. L. family graveyard near her fath, . 2.5o3.75 Foley's returned home Tuesday. regretable fact that all previous redeem Kentucky this year, that ' Cutters s . ers. Mary was a devoted mothl.ZOWZ.DU meeting in this county, have al- we may not only have peace and manners...... Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bennett nrZ. m Buiig er, a good companion. She bore Smith Chapel. most been failures, due to the prosperity in the State, but a Feeders who have been visiting their 4.505.00 her suffering like a good soldier Stockers 3.004.05 lack of attendance of farmers. national victory next year. Prof. Cabbell and Bro. "Young and was a follower of the Bless- daughter, Mrs. J. W. McClister, Choice milch cows Last year not a dozen of actual Common to fair cows . . . visited at Mr. Cundiff 's near Mt, ed Savior. She leaves to mourn of this place for the past six or The Italian and the Turkish HOGS eight weeks returned home Mon- farmers attended, and as a reGilead Saturday night. her departure, a husband, her Iday. governments are now at war, Choice 210 up 6.75 sult, it was organized and conMrs. Lora Bennett is very sick Mediums, 165 to 210 6.75 little boy, a father, mother, trolled by men who were not till- but Turkey has but little showing, Pigs 4.50 at this writing. Mrs. Georgia Collins accompa" several brothers and sisters and 3.50 ing the soil, and whose main and it is predicted that hostilities Roughs Mrs. Nannie Moore and baby, many other relatives and friends nied Mr. and Mrs. Bennett to will cease in a very short time. SHEEP AND LAMBS purpose as we believe and under visited her parents near Ozark, Mr. Willie Karnes died Sept. their home Monday, and will 4.00 5.00 stand, was to keep the patron- Austin, Penn., a town of about Best Iambs Saturday and Sunday. Culls 2.50.3O0 26th, at his home in Highland. spend a few weeks with them. age of the State Fair in the 3,500 persons, was swept out of Fatsheep." Miss Pearlie Combest visited Park, Ky., interment was in the hands of Republicans. In the existence last, Saturday by a Mose Wooten has found a min-er- al GRAIN. her sister Mrs. .Nannie Moore family graveyard near June 90 name of justice, and for the good flood. Eight hundred persons Wheat on his farm near here. The last week. .Corn 50 Karnes, by his parents and two these meetings are intended to were drowned. r Mr. Bob Corbin and wife brothers, who have gone to a government experts who examLocal Market. accomplish, we protest against moved from Highland Park, to better place where pain and sor- ined the specimen thinks it will pulling the Farmers Institute in- - Rear Admiral W. S. Schley is Mr. Brack Cain's" near Sulphur row never goes. Willie was pay to work it for silver. ' to the dirty slime . of political dead. Springs. ggs 15 loved by all who knew him, so service to any party or set of Hens Jim Garnett's Popularity. family he will be greatly missed. He Mr. Finn Smith and 8 i. men who play politics. The Chickens ;. 8 visited at Tom Corbin's Tuesleaves one sister, four brothers, Very Serious active farmers of this county Hon. James Garnett, Dem '. Cocks .;.. . 3 day. to mourn his departure, but God ought to awake to the import- - ocratic nominee for Attorney Turkeys 6 It is a very serious matter to asle :....-.-.. Pro'f. Cabbell is going to teach for one medicine and have tbe 4 doeth all things well. ance of this meeting; and no man General, is not only one of the Geese "... '.'.?.' wrong one given you. For this ":!.. 6 a singing school in two weeks at should go into it as a Democrat ablest lawyers in Kentucky, but r Ducks reason we urge you in buying to "" Wool fall clipping.... 14 our new school house. be careful to get the genuine Office Phone R.es. Phone 53 I. or a Republican, but as a farm- his popularity is Wool spring clipping. 27 The infant child of Mr. and er only, and in its organization with his acquaintance. It is con Hides (green) . . .,,. ... Jg? h 7J BUck-drTugh- T Mrs. Rushen Karnes died Sept. discard political affiliation, se- ceded that he will get more Re- - Feathers l.."i.V!f 44 ' , 24. Dentist . Liver Medicine '4 lecting the most competent and publican votes in the Eleventh Ginseng 5 00 .. i y..?..25 L Miss Nancy Willis visited at Columbia, - Ky. most progressive. It is main- District than any man on the - Beeswax. The reputation of this old, relia3 Yellow Root. ble medicine, for constipation, in "' Mr. Faulkner 's Saturday night Russell Buildin tained by the farmer's money ticket. When Jim Garnett's May Apple (per lb) f digestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not inytate f and Sunday. through taxation, and ought to name is mentioned in Adair and other medicines. It is better than eiicf: 'V others, or it would not be the faMrs. Mary Belle Handy, wife An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. adjoining counties, they do not )o conducted by the farmers, vorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. of G. Handy, died Sept. 23, fun- Wood Faxton, Bum, died Sunday night. nd not by a set of politicians. think of him as a politician, but Rev. A. F. Chrisman and wife SOiDDfTOWW F2 services, conducted by Rev. J. only as a loyal friend and neigh- .visited relatives near Fonthill. eral was conducted by Rev. Dud Funeral Kememter the date, Oct., the R. Crawford Monday afternoon. ROBERT L. GREENE i , For Clerk of Court! of Appeals of KfintllfilcV. TT before he should receive a single CT who want (Q) j vote from the people an extension of the County Unit l.aw. If McCulloch wants to fr ArT irrforti ! jF Our line of shoes is complete in all grades. We have the noted "Selz" Shoes, also the "Ben Hurr" and the "Fraternity" anything in Mens' Womens' and Childrens Shoes. Also Ladies Dress Good and all kinds of Dry Goods. ALL BRANDS OF CALICO AT 5c PER YARD. Anything you want in Furniture. Remember we give with each $25.00 cash purchase either a Clock or Rocker. Get our prices on these goods before buying. We invite you to make our store headquarters when in town and feel welcome, Yours for Business, 1 ! V j Patteson & Denney. S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN 4Mr4"Q"frQ"0"Q"Q"Q"Q4"0"0"Q"Q 4 4444444444444444 ! I ! I j Sandusky & Co. "LUMBER ; ! -- - j m j 30.00-42.- 50 10.00-20.- 00 3.00-3.- 25 To-da- y. " v. - ive I9-J- - .- -- DrvT. A. Smith -- -- -- - , -i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SALT.f OR SALE. n PERSONAL Mr. Leo Baldauf came in from Louisville last Friday. .' I 7 bushel barrel salt, only 15 cents more than the which cost oi bushel barrel which you buy else33-Sam Lewis. where. I have an honest ilT M 3t Miss Minnie Triplett has returned from Michigan. Mr. Byron Montgomery is at home for a few weeks September was a regular summer was month Mr, R. L. Durham, Greensbnrg, in Columbia, Monday. Standard Elastic Roof Paint is Mr. R. L. Purdy, of Lebanon, was in guaranteed for 5 years by Reed HardColumbia lasD Saturday. ware Co. Mrs. J T, Barbee, Jr., is visiting relatives in Campbellsville. Mr. A. B Gowdyf Campbeilsville, is spending a few days in Columbia. Miss Sallie Stewart has been quite sick for the past eight or ten days. Mr. Horace Massie and wife, of Taylor county, are visiting Mr. Massie's month and three days until the election. It is only one mm i S l I I waaons, Coburg. On the night of September 2lst I about twelve o'clock the Cumber- -' n i Harness, Saddles, Fence, Seeds, Fertilizres Manure Spreaders, Superior and Em pire Wheat Drills, Disc and Hoe V land Presbyterian Church at Kel- - j lyville.was destroyed by fire. Mr. parents. James Todd and his son were the Mrs. Mattie Vancleave, of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mary first ones to arrive on the scene T. Harvey. but the fire was in too much head- Mr. L. C. Winfrey and Mr. Tim way for them to save anything Cravens went to Edmonton, on special except two seats. The church! business, Monday. Mr. Walter Murrell, son of Mr. How had been built about six month's ard Murrell left for Champaign. 111., was completed with the exception last weuueauay. of inside painting and seats, we Mr. and Mrs. Rolhn Browning and the children, spent a few days with the having had the use of the seats belonging to the baptist brethren latters parents last week. who is em .at Cane Valley while they repair- Mr. Mont Waggener, , I Prices Right Look ovor your old Drills and if you need Repairs let us know in time to save Express or Postage 4 The ferries Hardware Store. ' - pKyedatbprxngneid.vuiiteanerB.ab,. , h V i was a neat little frame building Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hamilton, son. and durable. It Gilbert, of Red Lick, visited Mr. Orris comfortable, Saturday, Hamilton would have stood the Storms of Wayne, of tjme Qr Mrs. Ed Walker and son, rg tQ CQme but SQme f Macomb, 111., started on their home- hard hearted person came as a ward journey Monday morning. beyond a Mr. R. J. Lyon, representing the thief in the night, for Buchanan Lyon 'Company, Campbells- doubt it was the work of an was in Adair all last week. cendiary. Blood hounds Were , ( in-vil- le, J ft TIT ,& l- -r- ST ST Morris ' will be absent about and put On the trail but without ' rpsnlts. We .ror..r CaHcfnpf-nris Mr. E. E Spiller returned to j jcel jn our We make a specialty of "Snappy f a very home m Brady, lexas atter conservallve , s pleasant visit to the tamuy oi .ur. UiuB wmx headwear shapes for Old Men, "Cute du- A. G. Todd. , services there once a month for the Little Ones. q sjx m0nths, Rev. B. Mrs. M. H. Rhorer, of Middlesborc, . rjng We carry the largest stock of Russell & Co. in this Section of Kentucky. WeShoes ner many sjiuiuuia j.iii,y, H. 13 Visiting buy Henderson, of Sommersville, stopping at the home of her brother, Ky., having had charge of the Rev. John Rice preached her f u- - them direct from the Manufacturers Mr. M. Cravens. selfno "Shoddy Stuff", We have " work. A lively Sadbath school neral after which she was laid to We Messrs. F. L. Wilson and J. H. Styles, best materials and cormerchants of Russell Springs, was also in progress there, and rest in the Bear Wallow ceme rect prices. Come in and let us fit you. were here Sunday, en route for Cin- Friday. They two weeks. s. o CD - y o O Wor-mac- k, te pa o o 3 a kind lady who lives near offer tery. of a small store Mrs. M. Cravens and Mrs. W. E ed us the use Owensby. Rradshaw. who visited Frankfort, Cin room to hold our sabbath school cinnati aud other points, returned home ,in Which we did last Sabbath and last Saturday night. , ,. . v;. e Foddering is" about over and two daughters Will continue to uo bu iur uwinit: Mrs. Josie Rinehart, molasses making is now the go. and a son, of Lebanon, visited relatives i until arrangements are made to They came fa w in. Adair county last week Miss Stella Long, ofUcum, to C ilumbia where Mrs. Rinehart met visited friends here last week. a number of her girlhood friends. Yester. Born to the wife of Estus larger, Sept. 6th, a girl. Mother A Bargain. breaking up wneat ground ana and baby doing nicely. ?n saving fodder is the order of the go.mg into business cinnati .market. . , -- Russell & Co. 3 o l t ton. visited her uncle Mr. M. L. Owens, On Sunday. Sept. 24, 1911, the friends of Mrs. S. E. Wolford, gave her a complete surprise dinner. Those present were: Mrs. Edna Chrisp, Aunt Sarah Clayton, Mrs. M. E. Barger, Mr. J. H. Barger and wife, Mr. M.O, Stevenson and family, Mr. Ernest On account of Miss Idell Sims sold a nice Barorer and wife, Mr J. C. W house and one- - day. 111., I will offer my nice calf to Mr. J. H. Barger ford and family, Miss lone and half acre lot at a bargain for the next vicif d W heifer uc a J Mr. Herbert Barger, Mr. Omer 30 days. It is located on main street, 'for $10.00 Russell grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Burton near school, church and store at Wolford, wife and little son, Mrs. Ellen Coffey of Pellyton, ' Springs, Ky. 0f McGaha last Tuesday night. Mrs. A. E. Wolford and Mr. D. For further particulars see U. I. was visiting her mother, Mrs. G. Grider and wife. Rexroat, Russell Springs, Ky., or write j There was preaching at Bear Elizabeth Haynes", several days 914 E. main St., Clinton. 111. mfi at Wallow last Sunday night by Rev. Mrs. Ellen Coffey, Mrs. J. B. J. A. Wilson. last week. Joe Turner. Elizabeth Haynes Mrs. J. B. Wheat was the Wheat, Aunt Standard iElastic Roof Paint stops Nelly, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sandus-keLeaks Reed Hardware Co. guest of Mrs. D. G. Grider, one and daughter, Miss visiting of Columbia, were Mrs. Bill Wheat all visited Aunt , day last week. Notice. the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nancy McFarland one day la?t The Tom Cat fair at JamesCharley Sutton last Sunday. week. In obedience to an order of the Adair town, the 23rd, was largely atpmrt. tho voters of White Oak ro.lr aisurici. M n in -Mrs. Sallie Burton, of this Arloit mn1v young j- i :.i. iw.. V tended and very much enjoyed ,,.. , . Ky., are jiereD.v nuuueu pace Iounfla aeaa pig m ner by all. Regular State Election held in said dis- - ' Q. P. SMYTHE trict, the question will be submitted to well last Saturday afternoon Sunday School at Mt. Snnktrftoj which had been in there several The for , run at large m saia uibtnuu usmg Vernon, church is progressing fch fad been PIRE INSURANCE Given under my hand as Shenlt ot nicely with a good attendance. 9th, water off of it. Adair county, Ky., this, Sept., the and Mr. Jas. McFarland,-o- f JamesA. D. Patteson. S. A. C. 1911. Mrs. Malinda Coffer and Mr. REAL ESTATE 4o-town, visited friends here and at Chester Dooley were visiting Sewellton, last week. For Sale. their sister, Mrs. Nora Smyth last v Mrs. Cullen Hale, of French Wednesday night. Valley, is visiting her parents, iiiuJ FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD Mr.andMrs. Clem Burton were V2 H. P. Traction Engine, practically Mrs. James Oaks, at new, original paint can be seen on en- were visiting the latters mother Mr. and writing. gine, Gearing in fine shape, wheels in last Saturday this good shape. Can be had at a bargain Mrs. Sarah Bnrton Mr. J. K. P. Aaron has begun ' night. for cash. Address A. C. Burrey, the erection of his dwelling on , I i I 1- Our Fall Stock of Clothing is Complete. We are showing Handsome, Stylish Suits for Men Boys and Children. The place to get you a "Bench Made" Suit or pair of Odd Pants, or Fancy Vest, is at R-ussell i rww 8" & j PROGRAM meeting of the Christian Church of Adair county which will convene with Tabernacle Church Friday evening Oct. 27th 1911,17:30 Of y, the Co-operat- ion p. m. Devotional. . " " i . . ISSU Purpose of this meeting ' Duty of Church to Its preacher ' - F. J. BARGER. P.VI. BRYANT. W. H. CUNDIFF 9 O'CLOCK. SATURDAY MORNING ' Devotional 2 Church of Christ, TOBIAS (a) Condition of membership (B) Its obligation to Foreign Immigration in America, 4t HUFFAKER 46-l- up-to-da- The entire Ve3ter community was shrouded in sorrow last SatRoof Paint prevents urday afternoon when it was Standard Elastic Rust Reed Hardware Co. learned that the death angel had the home of Mr. Plat Bur-re1 have just returned from the city visited and claimed his loving wife with a complete- - line of millinery, all goods. Please call and see for its victim. She had been sick my goods before buying. Ida Isbell, Russell Springs, Ky. but a short time being a victim typhoid feyer, also on Wednesimme- of Wanted at born unto her a diately two or more girls to pay board day night was and tuition "by work in dining hall etc girl. She leaves a husband and Neihon &Mobs. three children to mourn her loss. 47-Campbellsville. Ky. ss te 47-- 4t -- Lindsey-Wiison, the ground he purchased from Mr. L. B. Guthrie, and will complete it in the near future. Mr. Estus Barger, who has been with his parents ' since March, has returned to Seattle, Washington, whery he has a position with a Urge mercantile firm. Mrs Barger will join him in the near future: Miss Pearl Carnesof Sewell We Sell Iron Fence MANUFACTURED ':J'i BY. muiN l owivmn. i . J. R. WOODRUM " W. G. MONTGOMERY. (c) Its obligation to the world J. P. DANIEL. Z. T, WILLIAMS.-2 The relation of our County District and State meetings SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:50 j. . 1 The Bible Schoohits Benefits, Evidence of Pardon, x , LUTHERYOUNG. LESLIE BOTTOM. F. J. BARGER. TOBIAS HUFFAKER. ; The Siewart Iron Works Company CINCINNATI, umu '"Whoso Fence N received the Highest "GOia jTieaai," worm a Fair, St. .Louis, liKH. The most economical ience you can lmw Prion 1ps"fhnn amsnfictable wood foncft. Whv tint renlace vour old one t 2 3 4 Reports of Chuches Reports of Evangalist. Reports of committees.' Tfievneeds of , SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30. the churches in Adair county, and How to supp!ythern, T.TFKTIMK." Ov MB designs of Troa Feace, IreFIr VMS, getWWi EIC., EUUVI umuui wnvsow sarprne Ml M. IBT Low xrlee GAX2 AND SEE VS. mu sea. TOBIAS HUFFAKERi Place'of Prayer m conversion, . , 11 F.J.BARGERi Z. T.JWILUAMS. o dock. x- Sunday-mornin- g S. f Cuban k Columbia, Ky. Sermon 8t - THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS 1 LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY It may be taken for granted that there s 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, tvc want to call your attention to Dr. tive-ton- ic HogWallow'Happenings. )oe)EaeK in 7in &)K28fcaeK si 7K si SI L f rain Mo. 27 No. 23 No. 79 No 21 & N. Time Card that docs not gripe effec tive and yet so mild that babies can take it. Its tonic ingredients mvig- - i Little Fidity Flinders has been swatting flies this week with the 3n SI stomach and bowel muscles so that butter paddle, they again do their work naturally. Atlas Peck has received a new Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thou- If you have been a victim of salts, using success- pills and strong cathartics you will sands of families are off. The discard them when you once use almanac from away fully. of letters from Syrup Pepsin. We have scores print, though, is so fine he has mothers, and scores from prominent You can buy a fifty cent or one to get right down on the ground men saying they are using it person- dollar bottle of any druggist, but beally and giving it to their families, doing so you may want to try it men like Mr. C. K. Smith of the fore If so, send your address to Dr. to read it. free. Traffic Clearing House, Pine Bluff, Caldwell and he will promptly forFit Smith sleeps a good deal in Ark., and Mr. George B. Turner, a ward a free sample bottle. Then, belawyer of Harlan, Ky. The thou- ing convinced, do as others are doing his hat on, but nothsands of mothers who use it them- and buy it in the regular way of your church with selves and give it to their children favorite druggist. ing will be said to him about it, would take too much space to menFor the free sample address Dr. W. as he is liberal when the hat is tion. The reason they prefer Syrup Pep-ji- n B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, .passed around. is that it is a mild, gentle laxa- - Monticello, 111. ' t1n'' si 7ts IS IS REMEMBER THAT 7rs 7is si K sj In effect Monday. Dec. 31. ISg. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville 1Z. As. Lebanob 9:42Cara 7:00 am 8:15 am lOU.'im 7:40 pro 55pm 10:00ipm 8:00 pm n"o.93 60pm 9:00.pm bk: SI Train 0.24 0.73 o.23 7 o.22 Jo. 92 Noa. 7K si ik: IN in s is Tn 7K Nil NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon As. Loimsvills 7:50. aa 5:48am 10J5 am 72 am 8:15 pro 10:1 5am am are.Sunday trains only. 7:32 420pm 6iSpm 65 pea The Adair County News IN 92 and 93 SI 7is y SI IN is SI 7lS SI 7TC IN Is Going To The SI W1LM0RE HOTEL 7K IN w. p. ' i E. v-- L o- SidneyHocks is engaged this IN week in circulating a petition 2n asking that the space between 2n r-o T2:Acy 1 the barsSin the Tickville jail be NK is si OCUm, JLUUI, LM111VIO, J IN madefmuch larger. IN Miss Hostetter Hocks is geting SiIS ready to playsfor the musical en- SI 7Is tertainments and yesterday took IN HUGHES ? her accordeon to the blacksmith STIS COJV5P.HJSY shop to have it charged with SIIS BLINDS. IN wind from the bellows. SI 7ls Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House In his, lecture on "Dogs" at SI 7ts in the South. Buzzard Knob Monday night, IN Send your orders to us for prompt shipment i our worthy friend, Prof. Sap tIs c SI and good goods. T? We appreciate them. Spradlin, referred fr several of IS 4 IS our citizens in clearly IN HUGHES but no one took 7 LOUISVILLE, KY. IINCORPORATED offense, as they were merely Md IN SI used as illustrations. 7is Prof. Sap Spradlin has closed si czu Cash Basis And oxiiijaoRH, p?op t. First-Cla- ss Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. that Everybody who is Indebted for the IS SI IS Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next Few Weeks si is C is SI Table Good Sample Roorae Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GKftDYllLLe, C. D. KY 7ts T SI IN SI I 7is si Crenshaw SURGEON ' 7K, VETERINARY CO, "" 1889 V under-standablelterm- s, The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many N w Names to our al ready Large List IN Tls st si SJ is 7lN IS IS SI !Sk?-S- i Special 7 IN Attnetin lo Eyes U. G. HARDK1C, Pres. J. H COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & ESTABLISHED 1861 Supply Co. mflCHiNiSTS INCORPORATED mnwf?iGHTS 1301 N. DEALERS IN f ENGINES. EOLERS, SAW MLIS. BiffMPdBI GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftlRTeeNTO-MftlLOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work his school at Wild Onion on account of the failure of the pupils to attend, and has started out to look for another school. Beforeleavinghe roached his hair back so that the trustees can see what a tall forehead he has. A public singing will be held at theJDog Hill church Sunday night to raise money with which to build a jail at Bounding Billows. As we are all liable to get into jaillat some time or another during the course of human events, this worthy cause should be patronized liberally. IfcToday, 7TC IN SI Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices. 1 am is well fixed to take care of stock. Mon j TIs1 ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. IN SI SI ' - si 7is IS 7K SI 7K L 7TC LOCATION 71s HUGHESTRESltENCE. 0NBURK5V1LLE STREET. NEAR ED v is IN 7 JN )K 7 si 7is IN TTsI Joseph Q this H. w Stone, Attoney-AMa- Tis! SI 7K SI Will pradice in 7! 7 andadjoining ccunti'es. : 71s 71s sil 7K Jamstown, Kentucky, si 7K is IN ikC si 7lN NM IN $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly si is SI IS IS IS Why jpBi.fto work solicited; AH Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - nraBnn 'j5pBSpit'r n: h - -- sj ' PROGRAM Tr Friday session 0 a. m; Called lo order 1 while partaking of a m drink of water at the Hogwallow postoffice Luke Mathewsla re- IS SI t ported to Washington Hocks that 7rs SL' 7K the weather on the ridge had si 7K I been so dry he has been compell- - si 7lN ed to sprinkle the bottom of his I 7Kcistern to keep from strangling on dust when he went to draw a si 71 blicket of warer. From the Hog is rs wallow News. 7 Not iE IN Trs . Courier Journal One Year Read The Tts Courier Louisville Times and News SI IS ,j Brain Leaks. IN Adair Couttty Farmers Institute Prayer S. J. PATRICK B. M. CURRIE S. J. PATRICK )R Length of years is not the sum total of life. SI Ts 7lN Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Welcome Address Response Election of Delegates to attend Farmers Institute, 11 o'clock A great deal of the luck of some men is founded on hard HON. PAULSMYTHE work. 7K IX sv r $4.50 IS SI 7 Editor. We Can Furnish You FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 1 P. m. The trouble with a lot of leaders is that their crowds will not About the greatest waste W.'T. KANE energy we know of is the bear W. A. CAPE ing of a grudge. W. T. KANE )K)R)K)K)K)K)K)K)K)K5K The Mission of the Farmer S. J. PATRICK follow. Good Roads Hogs and their Diseases .Manures and Fertilizer CHAS. HARRIS of Pvcrything In The Dry Line L. The Adair County News and the General Discussions by Institute Grasses, their value and uses A lot of fellows are so intent on At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A Weekly 19c ; ' t SATURDAY MORNING SESSION 10 a. Prayer Agriculture in Public Schools General Farming Crime against soil in Adair Co., How to get stand of Clover and value Farming on Ridge General Discussion by Institute Crop Rotation m. B. ' M. CURRIE S. J. PATRICK tt (( tt We do not know just which S. , tt' , t it commandment it is but the fel Rexal . W, ACAPE low who is waisting good water- Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil K SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 1 p. m. manufacturing sugar Scotts Emulsion melons W.TKANE therefrom is surely breaking it. Feeding and Development of Live stock " Cod Liver Oil Nyals H, C. BAKER JUDGE Poultry and Gardening n. " . Some people hurry through: Wine J. A. ENGLISH Peas .as soil restorer some people worry through; wise R4xal Com and its cultivation tt tt ' " people do neither. , Emulsion. (a) preparation of soil X "' (b) seed selecting and breeding . Most of us would rather tell A. D.S. , S. J. PATRICK (c) cultivation "'R. F PAULL our troubles than listen to the ' Cattle and Hogs ' jf R. H. PRICE tales of others. And we always Vinol , Com ' Wre us for Quotations , W. A. CAPE love the one. who listens well Clever elc t SAM BREEDING when we teU'em. The '"' 'K Scientific Farming . GOV. HINDMAN H. B. GARNETT W. T. ROWE C. C. ROE defending their rights that they are always wrong. The man who has a good vocabulary does not find it necessary to report to profanity to express himself. Few, Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box Courier-Journ' V Laxative Bromo Quinine " " Laxative Tablets, Singley Hills Cascara Quinine ' Weeks Break a Cold Tablets Nyals r al " ;". . " '.' ' loc 25c 2oc 25c 25c Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. A. tt. . . . tt ' tt ' . Jl9c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- Bottle v -' C if tt . 00 100 89c 50c tt Write Courier-Journ- al Com- . tt 83c . tt ' s 83c 1.00 v4 Organization of Farmers ' "' W.T.KANE ICITV HALL PHARMACY, Sixth & Jefferson KY. LOUISVILLE, pany,' Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. r ;. THE ADAIR CJUNTY MfiWg Henrietta, N. C. Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had : to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet. I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon' as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Sept., 23, 1911. Editor News: In a recent issue of your paper I see that my old friend, Dr. William Voils, is quite gay and debonair at the blithe age of 103. The item furthur recounted that he could see to read the News without glasses, could hear well; and that he at odd times, cultivated ten acres of corn. I have reproduced this item of information in several papers of North Carolina; but some of them regard it as the lamented Proctor Knott said, a strain on the blanket of veracity. Seriously, I am glad' Dr. Voils is well and hearty. I remember when he came from Tennessee to Kentucky about forty years ago. He then had white hair, and a very patriarchal beard. He combined the callings of a sur- geon to old shoes, farming and doctoring with herbal remedies. T.C T uo vuub iiU1' V7:i says ne is mn years old, I believe him, for he was honest. I'd be glad if the doctor would send me a recent picture of himself, and I'll pay him for it. I, with two assistants, am in charge of the Henrietta High School. We began on the 18th day of September of this year, with 134, and have 145 pupils. We are likely to enroll about 200. Henrietta is a cotton mill town of 1800 inhabitants. It has bel- Election Officers. wealth. There is a ' 'Democratic machine" this year and it is Thft fnllnwinor nam norenns nrovo .s SbhJWU II V made up of Democrats of every cnosen and will act as election officers faction and the noise that keeps at the November election: West Columbia, L. McLean, M. Judge O'Rear awake o' nights. Cravens, Judges,-M-. J.C. Winfrey SherThe harvest it will gather will iff, Geo. Montgomery, Clerk. East Columbia. V. Sullivan, L. C. be a Democratic governor and Winfrey, Judges; W. H. Wilson, Shersenator and all state officers this iff, W. B. Patteson, Clerk. year and a Democratic president Milltown. W. H. Burress, A. M. Mercer, Judges; W. S. Hindman, Shernext year. Owensboro Inquirer. iff, G. A. Atkins, Clerk. V W i THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR State Convention. LARDUI Woman'sTonie Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic- is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it Are you a woman ? over-wor- tor Special Instructions, and Write to: Ladies' Advisory DepL. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooeo. Tenn., book. " Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 59 64-p- ae j , I 5t & SHmbar IDentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Res. 'Phone 29. Dr, Office 'Phone 40- -: Plans are being made to have the Forty-Sixt- h Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday School Association the largest and greatest ever held in the state The music will be in charge of Prof.E. 0. Excell of Chicago, the famous choir leader and musical author, he will be assisted by Mr. A. W. Ropor as piaist. These two had charge of the mu- sic at the World's Sunday School Convention in Washington last year and at the international Sunday School Convention in San James Triplet! Dentist. Francisco last June. There are nnnp w,.pr :n tup wnrM anA . ... ..W ..V..v, t..V. www Kentucky is to be congratulated -- JEFFRIES' BUILDING. RING 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCIO upon getting such musical attraction for its convention. KENTUCKY ?'SX8)KWD Rev. Geo. A. Joplin General Secretary of the Kentucky Sunday School Association writes Don't Let The Light of Your Life that the people of Louisville are Go Out. 1911 Kemp, Clerk. Grady ville. LafeAkin, J. A. Diddle, Judges; G. E. Nell, Sheriff, W. L. BRIGHTER, BETTER,! Bletcher, Clerk. Elroy. R. L. Roe, R. L. Campbell, BIGGER THAN EVER Judges; J. W. Reece, Sheriff, Zed Akin, Clerk. PRICE OF THEJREGULAR Harmony. J. W. Young, F. H. Bryant, Judges; Alva Harvey, Sheriff, Basil Chapman, Clerk. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Glensfork.-- W. C. Leach, H. K. Taylor. Judges; W. R. Taylor, Sheriff, J. W. Marshall, Clerk. IS White Oak. H. J. Conover, Theo A Powell, Judges; Luther Grider, Sheriff, Ben Jeffries, Clerk. Little Cake. P. J. Hardwick, T. W. IP YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk Wheat, Judges; I. C. Breeding, Sheriff, J. H. Grant, Clerk. TO US, YOU CAN GET Pellyton. B. F. Rich, Welby Ellis, Judges; Oscar Sinclair, Sheriff, Wm. H. Lemmons. Clerk. Roley. J. S. Hovious. W.L. Simpson, Judges; Geo. E Walker, Sheriff J. J. Humphreys, Clerk. Cane Valley. Al. Cave, J. G. Sublett, Judges; W. H. Russell. Sheriff, Wood Judd, Clerk. AND Egypt. J. W.Foster, Claud Callison, Judges; E.M. Burton Sheriff, Cortez Sanders, Clerk. The officers are equally divided politically. Keltner. Porter Price. Allen Rose, Judges; Curt Blades, Sheriff. Geo. $5.00 YEAR. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR , i.f WEEKLY 60URIER-JOURNAL HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY ' NEWS ! BOTH ONE YEAR For $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. sides a good school building, a Methodist, a Baptist and a Presbyterian church, flourishing Sunday Schools, and large congregations at church service. Three large mills are within an area of four miles, and Henrietta Caroline are situated within a mile of each other, and under same management. Both are on School Convention in Louisville, Second Broad river which runs October into South Carolina. Cliffside is Miss Mary Wilson of Maysville, a large gingham mill, one mile from Henrietta, which man- will tell the story of the San ufactures ginghams, using 75 Francisco Convention at the bales of cotton per day. Hen- State Sunday School Convention Miss rietta and Caroline weave facto in Louisville October Wilson told the story of the ry or domestic cloth. Since I wrote any thing to your World's Convention at the State paper, the crop question has Convention last year and all who heard it pronounced it the finest been decided. We have of a corn crop, and one-ha- lf description of a convention they a yield of cotton. I had had ever heard. This one will be some fine pears, and a good equally as good. i 19-22. making preperation for at least one thousand delegates at the State Convention Oct. Write to the State office, 7722 Louisville Trust Buiding a full information. Every Su n d a y School in the state is entitled to to a delegate. We want ' our county to have a large delegation. Three hundred pastors, three hundred superintendents of Sunday Schools and five hundred teachers in our Sunday Schools are expected at the State Sunday 19-22. Don't let the light of your life go out FOR ONLY Though the flame seems burning low, Just trim up the wick, and add more oil And brighter the flame will glow. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Don't let the light of your life go out best afternoon paper primed When dark clouds obscure the sun, They soon will lift and reveal the rift, anywhere. $4.50. is-th- e Or will pass off one by one. j Don't let the light of your life go out Though afflictions do arise, i Has the best corps of corres Dondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- There's never a pain that hides no gain ror tne man wno oniy tries. Don't let the light of your life go out With it's song a minor strain, Let it alone, and the major tone Will blend with the music again. Don't let the light of your life go out, There's never a cup of Rue So bitter to sup. but in the cup Is a measure of sweetness, too Don't let the light of your life go out When the tempests do arise, Just trim up the wick and add more oil, u mu.. s a way t ii niaii wnu ines, iui uie in tut: j fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul I t: fair to everybody. R. L. Campbell. 19-2- 2. SEND YOUR Alone SUBSCR1P- - in Prison 35 years. rrVir io co-nririr- i Tocco Pnmornw TI0N RIGHT AWAY j two-thir- ds Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 prospect for turnips when I left home. Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr Charlotte and Raleigh each had a water famine this year, but rains in August relieved the sit- ELLW00D uation. We can give you a combination cut w Some of the cotton mills had to on Daily or Sunday if you will write rate run on half time on account of paper. this low water. This has been the dryestyear in North Carolina "'SX?)S)(sXS(sXsXSX ??sxsxss;;i) ) s'ixsxs: t since 1881. However, the situation is not quite so serious. At that time people cultivated land deeper than they broke it; and now they break deep and - cultivate shallow. .For fear I 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD may be under suspicion "of writWe will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long ing "news," or else a treatise on aslour stock of 26 inch "fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights farming, I'll close. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. I never read these cussed lo58INCH cals that some people call 50INCM I WIRE FENCE , C2 INCH f i4444444a TTTwYTUTII? WM "noose," and certainly don't want to be. under suspicion of writing any thing of the kind. Melvin L. White. 26INCH IB INCH XXXaJyaXaKa "wOvMliL That Democratic Machine. simummisss&s. HEIGHTS" usjyjuiiixijyannnLjijdLUSL' EllWOOD HELD FENCE (STANDARD STYUiMAOE M SU ' Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Judge O'Rear is afraid that some unsuspecting peop'Ie will DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between get mowed down by the Dem- First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. ocratic machine which, in his dreams, he sees cutting a wide 'swath through the common- - a life sentence for murder, enter-- TO THIS PAPER not to The year of Louisville Times. ed upon his thirty-fift- h solitary confinement Pomeroy entered the State a v All information in regard to en- prison when he was 16 years old. v2 n .". 2. tr rS. tertainment of the Kentucky today he is 51, and has served State Sunday School Convenoion longer than, any other prisoner in 54 o a s , i? k, J C Sl?x mt. K sa can be se- .solitary confinement in the! Louisville, Oct. cured by addressing Mr. Houston United States. A Hew Rfian f M ' While the terms of his sen- - I riaco sufieriiia i'roiu puiu in im. -- ww my Quin 712 Louisville Trust BuildI stomach, Lead and imck. writes H. tence require that he shall be 1 ing, Louisville, Kv. T. Alston, Rale.pi, 2sr. C. "and my . Sidneys keDt in solitary conhnement as liver and hnH.lpR did not vorK right, hnt. fnnr of EleotrJP Bitters " :V-long as he lives, he goes into the niaue me icei n&u u. ucn. wuu. in... Said By The Wise. PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES j yard an hour each day for exer-- 1 cise. This however, is during ' All good government must be- the time the rest of the prisoners Don't Look for Thorns. shops, and he has no are in the gin at home. Haweis. Think of this if you are ever' communication with any one, He is wise who knows when to tempted to discourage and sadnot even a guard. hold his peace, Ambrose. For the 34 year's her son has den others. ' It is a good thing to learn cauAnd when you come to think been confined, his' mother has tion by the misfortunes of others never given up the fight to al- -. of it, a few encouraging words Syrius. deviate his condition. She had cost nothing, and are just as The most profound joy has almost succeeded in winning a easy to say as the discouraging for him a few words that come so readily to more of gravity than gayety in commutation months ago, when all her plans our lips. it. Montague. Precipitation is the ruin of the were overturned by the discov-- Make up your mind to look for young; hesitation, the ruin of the ery of a sharp tool in his cell, the bright side of things always, " which the prison officials declare and you will be surprised to find old. Louis Aigonl he meant to use in an attempt to what a difference it will make, The man without a true friend escape. Kansas City Star. not only to yourself, but to other "is a poor man, though he be as people. Chronic Kickers. wealthy as Croesus. Fraser. And, any how, nobody likes All men who are worth anyThere are a lot of poor women the person who persists in actthing spend manhood in unlearn- in this country married to men ing as a "wet blanket," so if ing mistakes of youth. Shelley. who will drink any kind of whis-ke- y you have got into thei habit, get offered to them, and then go out of it as quickly as possible,, Do not cast your heart before and start to cheer and encourage home and criticize the coffee. the world; the worlds people instead. to retrieve. Victor Cherbuliez. Galveston News. to-da- y. j -- x C x-- Wi-v!- n - 19-2- 2 raedva -- i i .i , ' j I i i i ill-train- ed ' -- t 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. like two hundred yards. They Mrs. Mary Walker, Rose Hunn. huncan house about twenty-fiv- e What amount of preparation accepted dred sticks per day. Mr. Dick should the teacher make on each Mr. W. B. Sexton has the contract to paint Judge James Sneed is the chief engineer of the lesson? Ila Epperson, Nell Miller. Kinnaird's new dwellingat project. Preparation of lesson by child when, where and how much? Ella. W. L. Winters and Mrs. Mrs. Allie Garnett, Ethel Moore, John C. 0. Moss, spent last Friday in Jones. Ed-monto- Tried and Tested The Free Proves its Superiority n. Every Itom in the House Evenly Heated ky Using Mffip7jyCfc Cole's Original AND Air-Tig- ht Mrs. Flur Hardwick was called Discussion of School improveMrs. J. A. Diddle continues to to the bedside of her mother, ment League, Nancy Willis, E. r, improve. Mrs. Thomas, who lives near A. Strange. Ky. This makes the third Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Coffey of Causes of disorder, Susie were in our city last time that she has been paralyzed Johnson, Eliza Strange. Columbia Thursday. Mr. G. B. Williams and family Good order its need how seRev. Crawford of Columbia, were visiting relatives in Russell cured, Clarence Strange, Roy filled the pulpit at Union last county, last Sunday. Hadley, George Aaron. Sunday with a very interesting Mrs. Mag Perryman is on the Dismission. discourse. sick list at this writing. SATURDAY FORENOON Judge Carter called in to see Lizzie Aprell visited at Mr. Assignment of lessons. us on his return from Columbia Lonza Barrett's last Thursday a Time taken in court last Friday. night. b Manner of Dr. J. H. Grady of Columbia Mr. Lizzie Abrell visited at c Length of called in to see his brother, at Lonza Barrett's last Thursday d Explanation of, Hattie Wilthis place last Friday. night. liams, Robert Bailey. resi-- j The work on the new Miss Etwal Williams visited Reviews and examinations and dences at this place is improving Miss Julia Barrett, last Sunday. their relation to the recitation, niceIy- The family of Mr. J. B. Piles Mrs. Ida Absher, Wallace Beard. The old family horse of Mr. G. visited the family of J. B. Abrell, Attending chiefly to the bright T. Flowers, Crockett, passed off"! one night last week, pupils, Essie Triplett. Ollie Pike, the sfage of action last Thurs- Aii,n paft;fl ,;cfa. o,i Ab-shei j Columbia. Wood Heaters Cole's Spiral Radiators WllpVlM li Ifr Mlol if :aJn Til The children's room upstairs, the floor throughout the house All perfectly heated using this remarkable heater and radiator. All this heating can be done using wood, rubbish, corn cobs and lighter fuel. Fire is never out from fall until spring. Allow us to explain to you the "Reasons why" we believe Cole's Origis the best inal wood heater made. Just the heater you need Buy one now. Air-Tig- ht l Hbv II II When you buy a sewinj machine,you want the Kest, don't you? A just as good one won't do. People's opinion cannot be relied upon if they have never used the newest machine The FREE, as well as the old style machines. How are you going to find out which one really is best? Those claiming one particular machine is best, should be ab,e to back up that P'nion with invincible proof, j Because a ceitain old style machine has siven sod service for the ,ast Neglecting to secure vpnrs is nnt nrnnf of its rwpnrv-fiv- o "ay Miss Bertha, were visiting Lizzie tion of parents, aiinie bmVthe ' onnorinritu rnHnv Mnnif Vinvp Hnno Our citizens were very much Abrell, last Sunday, that the old Hove gave sp'endid satir- Tommie Cave. surprised to hear of the sudden faction for a long time, but the more The gan0 Base. baU team and Primary Games, Sue F. King. modean machines proved their sudeath of Mr. J. M. Roe who the Neatsburg team met at the Play and education, Pies Wes- periority over the Howe. ! J , I Ses our Com pnf co-oper- a-' plete Assortment of Hea'ers Prices $3 and up. r Br REED HARDWARE CO. Only Ashes Removed 5Timss Each Winter. 3BF-5 t I , died from heart failure on the Goodin x Roads to play ball ley, Virginia Hunn. 27th.r He was one of the best with the EIla teanij last Satur. citizens of Sparksville communi-- 1 daVf and EUa beat he Neats. Position and manners of child ty- burg 13 to 11, and beat the Sano ren, Elizabeth Drake. Mr. G. E. Nell bought a very Teaching of English. to 4 in favor of the X Roads, valuable farm from Mr. W. L. The bean hulHng that was a How correct grammatical Sharp one day last week for the given to the young folkg afc Mn errors consideration of $2,650. Thistr u IOOI If CU11COUOJ U. i.A. .lA,lL,n.Cllo, b Grading of written work farm is considered one of the night, was largely attended. c Time given to recitation, best in this section. Mrs. Sarah Abrell was visiting Charley Diddle, Elbert Webb, Mr. Alfred Parson and family the family of Mr. W. A. Bryant, Ethel Grant. are now citizens of our town last Wednesday evening. Marking or grading How? Bruce Montgomery and Mrs. Born, to the wife of Mr. Lonza When? Mary Smythe, James .Mrs. George Stults spent a few Barrett, on Sept., the 15th, 1911, j . The Free Sewing Machines FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery. n i ' days visiting relatives here last week. Mr. C. 0 Conference week. Moss at' is attending Greenville this ; Mr. Marida Wilson bought last week a farm near this place from Eliza Dudley, of color, for the sum fo three hundred dollars. Abrell, last Sunday. Robert Grady of color, bought Sarah a very valuable young milch cow Program. from J. D. Walker, one day last week, for $27.50. The following is the program Mr. A. J. Richard and family !of the Adair county Teachers' moved to our town last week. ' Association to be held at Colum-jbi- a Mr. Richard will lay the concrete Friday and Saturday, Octowalks and build the flues for the ber 13 and 14. new buildings. FRIDAY FORENOON. has been subjected to the most scathing tesis of any sewing machine Hr.cethe; days of Elias Howe. This series of test3 in competition with all standard j high grade , machines proved these i points of superiority, namelv. The does run ngnter, sew raster, is FREE easier to operate and does do more beautiful work than any other sewing machine in the world, barring none This series of tests also proved that The FREE would last longer than any other sewing machine known Now, if this is true, you should buy Hoy. none but The FREE. Of course, so far, you only have our word for it, but a girl. Both mother and baby Common Mistakes in teaching, it is your duty to investigate We want j are doing well. Oscar Sinclair, Minnie Knifley. every woman in this city to know the truth about sewing machines. Come Mr. J. B. Abjell visited friends Dismission. to our sftre and will prove our state- - j and relatives in Russell county. ments true Others may claim su SATURDAY AFTERNOON periority, but we will prove the' last week. Practical results gained from superiority of The FREE Misses Mary Williams and sis- Institute, J. W. 'Parson, Laura Why pay $10 00 to $25 00 too much when you can buy The FREE and s?ve , ter, Myrtie, and Miss Annie Wil- Smythe. , . .. these exhoroitant profits. aunt, Miss liams, visited their Department With its wonderful selection of the best that the market affords, offers Special attractive Bargains every day in the week. The Fall Line of -i d;i,o i. wacA s Carpets-Linole- um Makes shopping at our store pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Store. Hubbuch Bros. u & Wellendorff, f Incorporated t 522 and 524 West Market St. Mr. W. W. Yates and Mrs. Should there be a departure Blakey Dulin, are both in a very from the present plan of concritical condition at this time. struction of school houses, Dr.U. Mrs. W. M. Wilmore and L. Taylor, O. B. Jeffries. daughter, visited at Bliss one Improvement of schoolhouse evening last week. grounds, Jessie Taylor, G. W. Mis. M. L. Grlssom and child- mrner. ren of Columbia, spent a .few teacher can do to! Hatfield. i Mr. W. Wilson has just finish' ed sowing his winter oats. d Values of nature study, Mr. Eph McKinley will finish Huffaker,Bettie Cundiff.Fon sowing his oats next week. Hancock. Mr. T. D. Flanagan visited his ' Home geography "excursions, father, J. B. Flanagan, of near Julia Penick, Bessie Epperson. Ono,. who has been seriously ill astudy of Europe, but is slowly improving at this Outline Dallas Firkin, Bruce White,Eliza time. Montgomery Mr. A. G. Coffey and family, Values and aims in history in of Denmark, were visiting &t Tt itruction. May me Smith, Julias D. Flanagan's last week. Wil-lar, , , Benefits derived from reading of new course of study, Estille Willis, Robert Marshall. How to teach the child, practical arithmetic, Berdie Farris, Annie Bradshaw. Frank Sinclair, Columbia, Ky. Humble. FREE DEMONSTRATION 1 FARMING UYrlMl Drawn from actual photograph I WH 1 L ! Stumps blasted out into firewood. . ,z I What the days visiting relatives at this History stories and their oral build up educational interest in place last week. treatment, Loena Huffaker, Ro- r.Vif vif.initv in which he teaches, Messrs. G. T. Flowers and W. bert ViIliams " Minnie Tupman- Flora poweU Eva Murrell, Alvin X r. lAf r r ux fi t4 t wuiLera atienueu me uiuicu Eighth grade history, Flossie Rosson. M. Rowe at the Rowe Bro. J. The school as a social center, Mont Biggs. home cemetery last Friday. He ' civics,r its values and why it was bnried bv the Mosonic Fra Luther Young, Carrie Bradshaw. ternity. the consolidation of schools is included in the curriculum, Is Mr. W L. Grady one of our Posile 'm Adair county? Cortez Lula Roy se, Charley Sanders. progressive business men as well Sanders, L. Y. Gabbert. Physiology, values and why in as farmers, has one of the most! County High Schools, W. M. the curriculum, Nell Tupman, complete ways of housing his Wilson V. G. Hovious. tooacco crop or any one m tms For what does the State pay section of county. The land that Adjournment. ' grew the larger part of his crop the teacher, Albert Bryant, Mary this year is elevated considerably Garnett. Dismission. Evenly Heated Homes above his tobacco barn and by feature embodied in Cole's The FRIDAY AFTERNOON. "Wood Heater makes it posOriginal the suppension of wires that . n."r-.sible to control the burning of wood, first to . n a nenin XIX 111G JL11C hot. Ileal rii charcoal. Charcoal makes a clean, means fire nnnnfr Vno IorH anrl hi.ri Una 'I'ts 'LCdllCl. VA T a and leaves' Terr, little ash. This In adjusted and.placeqy4ure' Frank Taylor, May Upton, saving of at least, SO per cent with 'cast botstoves tobacco is compared j i j h J A L "v a v I - ' i i-- 1. i t l i I i Uncle Morgan Wormack has his fodder saved, his sorgum made and is a happy old man, Mr. C. A. Hammond and U. T. Selby passsed through this place last Thursday with a large drove ' of cattle. Mr. Owen White, of Sano. was i , i Drawn from actual photosrjph. I i here Saturday and purchased six hogs of T. D. Flanagan. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Cravens are visiting relatives at Buffalohart, Illinois. Mrs. T. D. Flanagan last Wednesday visited her father, Mr. Davis Coffey, of near Esto, who is quite sick -- Ten months latex $800.00 worth of celery per acre. I Come and learn the modern, quick, cheap and safe way to use the giant force of dynamite to Remove Stumps and Boulders. Plant Trees. Dig Ditches. Break Up Subsoils and Make Old Farms Produce Big Crops. i ; J - WTO) RED CROSS DYNAMITE j air-tig- Air-Tlg- try . thej-savln- -- rams on the wires by the .meansr.bf Character building, the high inf-i hrnnfrht rio-h- r ihoc o o SV V. the barn ;,,wjthout , jaboexcept est.functiori'of the school, J. -- !" rd Pv: ,, n to of fuel- - as toms or sfde door frames whjch, have Jeakr, viind?'.steet MointB', It la rust imn radiator of neatr'gtving out all the heat pro-- J et;. frohfiiurnlBgVa duced by tneflre.-i.Tsingle newspaper can in: icii atiu mc : putting, o and.taking ,,off wires. The distances something phe rJudieyisBerihaBfMfng: $ ll$Za&ZJF t)itBg"iri a llttleresh Till sires and stybjs . ab'stuDTson'tteadhit, '.:' ' "In vJMtf ?'" -- r- jreit &?Jt fuel In JeV'uoiir the , ; Prlae school at Mount Olivet con, " morning. S? tC" dilcted by PrQf.HnffaKer5ro'g- " Mop.;j .i" ' res3inp;niceiy. S '"" Will Be Demonstrated on the Farm of ' ii 4 T. W. BulrfMmnon, 3.4 mile West of town on Main St., Camp- has soldhjsfarm m. bellsiUe, to Rev. A. Beck, ofjgstof ?kr. anflMrs. BeSkjra$WilsJn Red Gtdmomdirxtimii sold byiSanders Bros. Lo..Smith & Flora. fe;7 " spent Sundayt theTnleof Mr, Campellsvil3KjdtffaraiVare Co., Columbia, Ky. nKT,!,, , mr m 3. Jaher3.st,aQ. JSi . I If)? ' -- i $i.Viy il'i i -- (tie AQp ir CoftySfvvs anil; oom VMMX at iur f i.9u. rm A Ccrlcr-Jwmi- al -- s 33'W' -- I