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"BBBBSr SBBBBBBbIPBBBBBBB'Eb BBBBBBBBI TPy -- jR- - S.. & 1& M I, 1911. . t NUMIElf 52 .. Trfffc - WYS CORN CONTEST. Farmers' Institute. The annual Fanner's Institute for Adair County was held at the courthouse last Friday and Saturday, At the opening Mr. J. A. English was elected President, Leslie Johnson, Vice President and G. P. Smythe. Secretarv. While the meetings were not as largely attended as they should have been, a great deal of interest was manifested by a fairly good audience, and there were many very interesting talks by farmers and those who feel a deep con- conditions. The Institute was conducted by Mr. W. T Kane, employed by the State as instructor, and who is an experienced farmer, and who advanced many new ideas which will prove profitable to the farmers of Adair county. Mr. S. J. Patrick appointed by the agricultural department, as director of institutes, was present, and made a Many Present. The recital announced' by Miss Crocket, pianist; Miss McGavock. reader, and Miss Milliken, vocalist, drew a large audience to the Lindsey-Wilso- n Chapel last Friday evening. These teachers are known to be real entertaining in their respective work, and on this occasion they seemed to be ' Execution Sale. F Parents Day At Graded School. Last Thursday afternoon was parent's at the Graded School for the pupils of Miss King's room. The pupils of this room invited their parents to the exercises they had prepared for the occasion, and many took advantage of the opportunity and came. It was indeed an enjoyable affair. Each pupil did his part perfectly well All who were present expressed them selves as highly pleased with the exercises, and with the-- great improve, ment their children are making- in day - Commissioners Sale. ADAJR. CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY. Elizabeth Grissom Plaintiff, ( , ' 1 vs Bruce Grissom, Defendant, ( By virture of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1911, in the above cause, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court-hous- e door in Columbia to the highest bidder, at' Public Auctio. on Monday the 6th day of Novernbc-- r mil. nf mp o'",rtck o.n., or thereabout (oemg County Court) upon a credit six months the following described property, Two tracts of land lying on Butlers Fork, near Bliss, in Adair county Ky., containing both together about 113J acres, known" a3 the Dr. W. T. Grissom farm, complete description can be found in order Book 12 page 454 in the Office of the Adair Circuit Court. For the purchase price, the purchaser with approved surety must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a Judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with to-wi- ? Saturday, November 18, is the Day for the Judges to Decide. Those in charge of the contest have decided on the following plans, and Two men have been selected in each voting precinct, to measure the ground and weih the corn, and send Tniitsnro- ITI'.. . therefore request every contestant to promptly comply. It is as follows: at their best. - .. .... .! j Judge Moss, at the earliest day possible. If any contestant withdraws from the quantity contest on the half acre, it will not be necessary for him to have either ground or corn measured. A withdrawal from this does not prevent him from entering the contest in the exhibit on the 18th, and every boy who got seed furnished by Judge Moss is expected here with samples of corn on that day. Each boy is to show ten ears of corn. Should the committee fail to collect the full amount of premiums, then each winner in the contest will bear his proportional loss. The corn to be exhibited in the court-housand to remain on exhibition in Judge Moss' e, number of practical talks. C. Baker, Mr. G. P. Smythe, Gov. J. R. Hindman, also made short address- Judge II. The delicate touches of Miss Crockett, who plays beautifully with perfect ease, was complimented bv experienced piauisu), who wcie present, ana the audience was delighted, and the performer highly praised. As a reader, Miss McGavock gained' a reputation here last year, and seemingly she becomes more entertaining as the days come and go. She recites with perfect ease and grace, and is perfectly at home when upon the platform. Her articulation and faultless gestures, were especially noticeable, and upon this occasion she added much to her already known reputatation as a - office, with name and address of pro- t u W i f,een ?.' Jr By Repupiicans in Adair County. For a valuable consideration I have this day assigned and sold to W. T. Hon. Ed Morrow, Columbia, Nov., 6, Price, all of the fees and cost due and owing to me on this date, Oct. 28th.l9-11- , 10:30 a. m.. Judge W. W. Jones, Cane Valley, on all law suits and Commonwealths y judgments that have been rendered or Nov. 3d, 1 p. m. Judge H. C. Baker and Dr. L. C. may be rendered in the future, that and I hereby authorize and direct the Nell. Keltner's Store, Nov. 3d, 1 p. m. party or parties that owe said feas just now. Gradyville, Nov. 3d, 7 p. m. and cost or the officers that Will be at Cane Valley, Saturday collect same to pay said fees and , Sparksville, Nov. 4th, 1 p. m." cost November 18th. Hons. F. R. Winfrey and W. S. to said Price. Knifley, Saturday, November 18th. Witness my hand the 28th day of Oct. Sinclair, Roley, Friday November 17th. Roley, Nov. 3d, L p. m. 1911. Pellyton, Thursday Noyember 16th. Knifley, Nov 3d, 7 p. m. J. F. Neat, late Clerk Adair Circuit McGaha, Tuesday November 14th. Hon. G L. Perryman Court. Roy, (Geo. Redraon's Store,) Wed' Glenville, Nov. 3d, 1 p..m. Fairplay, Nov. 3d, 7 p." m. Cane Valley; J. W. Sublett, Lige nesday November 15th. Glensfork, Tuesday November 14th Mr. J. F. Rexroat, of Eli, Russell L. B. Hurt and W. A. Coffey Hancock. Fairplay, Wednesday November 15th. county, was in Columbia last Thursday. Purdy, Nov. 3d, 1 p. m. Casey Creek; Minetree Monday, Emit Sparksville, Thursday November 16th He reported that the Democrats in L. B. Hurt and W. B. Patterson Goode. Llroy, Friday, November 17th. his locality were alive and would be at .Conover's School House, Nov. l3t 7 Pellyton; Cal Neal, Oscar Sinclair. Gradyville, Saturday November 25th. the election. He also stated that "Un- p. m. "' ' Little Cake; Frank W. Miller, Tom Keltner, Friday November 24th. cle" Johnny Blair, who was a native Wheat. Milltown, Thursday November 23rd. of Adair county, the father af Dr. J. The attention of the traveling public White Oak; J. N. Murrell, Hirum (Tuesday) will ba Hollow-e'eMontpelier, Wednesday November M. Blair, recently died at his place. is ca'led to the advertisement of the Conover. v. 22nd. If you have any thing lying loose, If you want D buy a fine one time Mr. Blair was a justice of Faulkenburg Hotel, Jamestown. It At 5i.ot Glenville; Geo. Helm, Tom Epperson. an A. D. Patteson, Sheriff Adair Co. the Peace of Adair county. He was a was formerly known as the Patterson you had better hide it, or it is likely to extra good muIe,iStor-i.iadv- s Egypt; Ben 'Grant, Ken Roberson.- hiegood old man and had the respect of all Hotel, but N. B. Faukenburg having be removed. We hope thnt those who sale at the Fair Grounds Thursday. ' Harmony; Anthus Loy, Cap Lewis. who know him. Futhermore he stated purchased it, has refitted and refurnish- will engage in a night of fun will not East Columbia; R. A. Waggener, Found Guilty. that Mrs. James Withers, a good ed every room, giving the interior alto- put property holders to the tumble of The ladies of the Cemetery CommitMelvin Conover. A dispatch to the Louisville Times, woman, recently died in his community, gether a new appearance. The table hunting gstes and other fixtures that tee are requested tojbeat Russell&C.'3 West Columbia; J. N. Coffey, Dol-phatore next Saturday afternoon at 2 will be supplied with the best the can be detached. from Covengton, dated October 25, Murray. o'clock. county produces, and guests will be says; A Father's Vengegnce. Elrod & Co., will commence buying Stewart, former presidhnt of the would have fallen on any one who at- given close attention. The patronage The New Pastor. First National Bank, of Burnside, Ky., tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of of commercical men is solicited. In a staves the 24th of October, 'and will pay Remeiber, for Every dollars worth Rev. J. W. Weldon, the new pastor was found guilty of misapplying funds South Rockwood, Michigan, but he was short time a general store will be open- - $35 for half barrels, $22.50 for quarter of 6oods you buy at my store or pay or of the Methodist Church, filled his pul- of that institution by a jury in the Unit- powerless before attacks of Kidney--j ed in the stor3 room of the hotel barrels, $12 for lights. The staves account, you get a chance on a $35 must be delivered on their yard ColumThere were trouble. 'Doctors could not help him, property: pit last Sunday forenoon and evening. ed States Court Frank Sinclair. sewing machine. bia, Ky. It was his first Sunday here and large twenty indictments against Stewart he wrote, '.'so at last we gave him 52-- 4t congregations greeted him. He is com- and the jury after deliberating since 6 Electric Bitters and he improved wonOklahoma Lands. The Republican moving picture show paratively a young man, but he has p. m. Tuesday, brought in the verdict derfully from taking six bottles. Its A. K. Rupe, bought a fine Jersey did not prove a drawing card here. of guilty on four of the counts. The the best Kidney medicine I ever saw. " been in the ministry ten years, as we are For sale at astonishing low prices Mr. M. Cravens last Friday informed. He speaks fluently and en- first, second, third and twentieth. ' The Backache, Tired feeling, Nervousness, and on the very best terms. prices Only a'few people living out of town cow from tertainingly, and from expressions we transactions which the jury found il- Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney running from 10 up. We are now in a came to the courthouse and a mixed price, 70. have heard, hisflock and those of other legally involve the drawing of money by trouble that may in dropsy, diabetes or position to sell you a farm for a few audience of about one hundred and The basket ball game at the LTndsey Democrats Republicans denominations'"' who heard him, were draf i from Cincinnati banks with which Bright's disease. Beware: Take Elec- hundred that in the course of a short twenty-fiv- e ?hi Burnside bank had deposits, in ord- tric Bitters and b.e safe Every bottle time will bring you several thousand. and boys and a few ladies were in at- Wilson next Saturday night, promises well pleased with his first two sermons. to be interesting, Come, every body. From the beginning of his pastorate, er to finance, it is declared , the Hunt- guaranteed. 50c at Paull Drug Co. If interested and wish further infor- tendance. mation address this office stating what the indications point to a large increase ington Feed Company. A sum of 85.- -. Democrats and Republicans are busy r Last Saturday night, we are, informMrs. .Kate Smith, of this place, met you want and the amount you wish to membership this year, about forty-fiv- e 700 is involved. in this week, and all indictations point ed that trouble arose over a Crap game with a very painful accident one day invest. Yours very truly, or fifty names having already been to every bush in the county bejng shook. in the suburbs of CampbeHsville. The last week. She was accompaining her Hotel for Sale. O. K. Land Co., enrolled. parties engaged were white men, and daughter, Mrs R. K. Young, who lives Binger, Oklahoma. Hav6 you seen the Comet? If you Marvin Smith got badly shot by a have not, arise at i o'clock in the mornout of town, home, and when near the B. F. Irvin, Pres. Saved Many Prom Death. The Hotel known as the Hancock Ho- residence the buggy became uncuppled W. L. Mock, Ark., believes he has Formerly of Cumberland Co., Ky. man named Bottoms. ing and you,wilI observe a very brignt tel in Columbia, Ky., is for sale. It is and the,two ladies thrown out. Mrs. saved many lives in his 25 years of exone in the east: located on Burkesville, street In said Smith received injuries about the side Tennie, a ten year old daughter of Mr. H. B. Garnett, has purchased perience in the drug business. "What town, has 23 rooms, is comparatively which have given her a great deal of 1 always like to do he," he writes, "is the W. D. Frazier residence, on Garnett Mr. and Mrs. William Pierce, who Dr. E. C.Reavps, of Glasgow, a. new; has fine well, two stables, one pain since, but it is believed that she Avenue to recommend Dr. King's New Discovand will remove to it between lives in the Gadberry neighborhood, veterinary surgeon and dentist, will be used as a livery stable and the other as will recover in the next few days. ery for weak, sore lungs, hard colds, now and Christmas. We understand died last Wednesday afternoon, a vic- In Columbia1 Nov., 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and s .. a private stable; the finest garden spot 6th. hoarseness, obstinate coughs, la grippe, the consideration was fourteen hundred tim of typhord fever. in Columbia. The hotel is well furnishMr: R. G. Woods, formerly the dollars. caoup, asthma or other bronchial afIt is comparatively a new ed. Will sell all the furniture and ev- cashier of the Russell Springs Bank, There is no material change in the Wanted, a girl to do house work. fection, for I feel sure that a number erything connected wRh it. The hotel building, two stories, well, and all' condition of Dr. Wm. Blair. and recently the cashier of a Bank in necessary outbuildings. of my neighbors are alive and well to- enjoys as fine patron.. It was sold Good wages to right party must come as any hotel Iowa, tendered hisxresigination from well recommended, answer at once, day because they took my advice to ever run in Columbia. For any Rev. J. T. McCormack, will preachy further the latter place, and is now cashier of cheap, yours respt. use it. I honestly believe its the best particulars apply to or address, wJ at Disappointment, next Sunday at 11 Peoples Bank,, Paint Lick, Ky., his Mr. Henry J. Henson, who lives John Eubank. throat and lung medicine that's made." "' o'clock. Junius Hancock, old Jiome. Mr. Woods writes the News near Green riyer, had in thirty acres in Cane Valley Ky. Ae Easy to prove he's right. Get a trial Columbia, Ky. , that he was well pleased in Iowa, liked meadow this year. He made two cutbottle free, or regular 50c or $1 bottle. jJFor Sale. the people but a considerable increase tings. From the first, he baled sixty New lot of ladies coat suits and coats Guaranteed by Paul Drug Co. in salary caused him to return to his thousand pounds of hay, from the secevery garment made to A good family horse. Apply to received Mr. W. D. Frazier, who has been a old Kentucky home. ond, thirty thousand. The shooting season does not open resident of Columbia, for about five Mrs. Jo. Roeenfield. Columbia,- - Ky. fit without extra charge, until November the 15th, and the game years, left last Tuesday afternoon for Russell & Co. At the.Eubank sale on Green river, wardens of the State have issued a call Algood. Tenn., where' he will engage in Eld. Z. T. William!?, baptized two We sell shoes that will wear, that will persons into the Christian Church last fit, that will please you in every way near Purdy; six head of yearling mules to the farmers to help them preserve business. Mr. Frazier is a most exthe quail until the law is lifted. It has cellent citizen, and has a very interest Sunday afteiiioon. At the same time any last or leather. Come and let us If you have an animal that needs sold to Farns and Bridgewaters for treatment bring it to Columbia on ei- $610. the custom of many hunters in ing family, a wife and several children, Rev. J. W. Weldon baptized, by im- fit you. Russell & Co., i' Ts.l mersion, seven persons who had joined ther the 2nd, 3rd,'4th or 6th of Novemwho left two weeks ago. The people '' -ber. Dr. E. C. Reaves will be here. sit is given put from Washington; that rahbH or.ly, but to bag: on the Hide all of Columbia generally regret the de the Methodist Church. tmd be at Clemfintsville, Examination free. Be sure President Taft will name Thursday, the quuii that tney see. It wnl caKe parture of this family, and take great next Saturday afternoon. Democratic .November lw, as a tiy of Tlniuksgiy--, Cash ftr, Accounts and Notes of the farmers to en- pleasure in commending them to the the v. Speaking by,H on. Rollin Hurt. Mr. Sam Breedine. reports that he lug.. the law and preserve the little residents of Algood as persons worthy force had Mr. Edwin Hardwrios; surveying t game, which is becoming very scarce. of their esteem and confidence. Mr! MWr. SV'ftanJ R. L. Walk SComea easily if you place thenf with ,Do.notergetfto attend' W.L. Grady's in ray loro county ;rior several weetcs, ; ts.M i. 'M iW'w Frazier Expects to occasionally visit Co. us JV. .We collect noteclrjiad' bi:stoclcMle at the Fair grounds, this r ??rv aad that the county surveyor of Taylor .lCMf VW4.W U UVUW Rev. D. H. Howerton is conducting a lumbia, and at any time his arrival will sott' wimm hogsheads ,of4 t'obseesig.;accounts land lek'-afte- r claims ay placres:tr Thursday. Sosse of the reports , v" that Be did exssHsnt workA secies of meetings at Russell Springs'. be given a cordial greeting. Prices lMHPfe w. tv ' k T;,v tC?' " wbeve in the AJaited States, and dojset Dset'feteedlmKMtucky 'will- be offered ' j vm. t a ... ' r T . .j .,t., Bis meeting at Muldr'oug'h's Hill .s'Sirr" ..A' .vf t tii i. r.iiir. aatt raakeaay charges .unless we. collect for sale. -lV."iBM .r..- J, Church, Taylor county, was. quite a .The State eteetieaMsever;- t. Mnvn i1rtttmZ.nMt. rWrJ Grady'i.Wg stack jwde,will be pulled Ifraiykfldrewes tyoawriteaWwt U. i " . rj v seesr-epef? , Natiesol afenwMI . TWSTTfifc to the Ban- - eCat the fair Grass, tbii .. . - i -. It Joe N.-C- essurassisk .. , Kt .j tr. .. tirt'efcurch. j. evep, a ses)yiet.f 2nta wi'w-veS1 tc'vifi s.'--. SW-- v . 3t ducers. In selecting the men to determine the amount of land and weight of corn, the committee has selected good men, and while the performance of this work will require some time without money compensation, yet it is trusted and believed that every man will be faithful and prompt to every call in his district. The premiurt money has been subscribed by the two banks and business men in this town, with the exception of a few dollars from good farmers. Remember, if in the contest, gather your corn and have land measured and corn weighed by the men, or by one of them in your precinct. Below we give their names: Gradyville; C. 0. Moss, J. A. Diddle. EIroy; Jim Simpsun, Geo. Akin. Keltner; W. S. Pickett, W. H. Kemp. Milltown; Frank Dohoney, Will Hind-man. es. The State Institute will meet in Frankfort some time this coming winter, and Mr. M. O. Stevenson, of this county, was named as the delegate, and also several gentlemen were selected as alternates. reader. Every body in Columbia knows Miss Ruth Milliken, and it is further known that she never fails to draw all the melody out of verse. Her singing is enchanting, an audience knowing when she appears that the "sweetest notes carol ever sung," would be rendered. This was the first public recital for the term, and the management of the Lindsey-Wilso- n and the performers are to be congratulated. Much Trouble. If all people knew thst neglect of constipation would result in severe indigestion, yellow jaundice or virulent bearing interest at the rate of 6 per liver trouble, thoy would soon take Dr. cent., from date until paid will be re- King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its these terms. quired of the purchaser. This October the only safe way. Best for biliousness W. R. Grissom Special Commissioner. headache, dyspepsia, chills and debil28, 1911. ity. 25c at Paull Drug Co. SALT FOR SALE. A. D. Patteson. S A C. PUBLIC SPEAKING. By. Virtue of Judgment and order of sale which issued from the office of the Judge of the Barren Quarterly Court on the 14th day of October, 1911, for the sum of ($71.09) Seventy-on- e dollars and nine cents, with interest thereon, at the rate of 6 per cent., per annum from the 9th day of October. 1911, until paid, and the cost of this action, sub-juto the lien thereon, claimed by dolJno. Taylor for ($85.) Eighty-fiv- e lars, and subject also to ($70.) Seventy aoj'Hrs i'i --.ainnnt -- yntpt the Jno. Patrick as a resident of this commonwealth with a family. I will on Friday November the 17th, at Jno. Thurman farm, near Breeding. Ky., at 1 p. m , or thereabout, offer for sale to the highest bidder upon a credit of three months, the following personal property or a sufficiency thereof, to satisfy said Judgment, inter-esftacost as the property of Jno. Patrick, to wit: One saw mill, consisting of boiler and engine saw-ri- g and tools belonging thereto. Bond with approved security and payable to A. D. Patteson, Sheriff Adair County, and ct nd The enrollment at the Graded School paused the 200 mark some weeks ago. The average daily attendance for the second month, ending last Friday, was the highest of any month in the history of the School thus far. A cordial welcome awaits any one who will visit our Public Schools at any time. You are invited. t: Starts Last Notice to Tax Payers. . Notice. 7 bushel barrel salt, which cost only 15 cents more than the I hereby notify all persons that subscribed to the Boys Corn Contest 5i bushel barrel which you buy else33-Sam Lewis. Preminm Fund to please come in and where. pay their subscription to N. H. Moss County Judge, of Adair Co by the 15th Now that the election is over, let the day of Nov. 1911. as the contest comes people of Columbia and Adair county get up an organization, looking to imoff tbi8th provements. Yours Resp. N. H. Moss. A match game of basket ball at the Lindsey Wilson next Saturday night. The contest will be between Jamestown CampbeHsville Loses an Old Citizen. and the L. W. T. S. Be sure and attend. Mr. Dick Archie Webster, who was Hon. Rollin Hurt, will speak at eighty-fiv- e years old, died at his home Clementsville, Casey County, next in CampbeHsville, last Saturday night. He was a native of Green county and Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. during his long career filled many posiForRetit, .tions of trust. In the war of the rebellion he was a Captain in Morgan's Farm o Greensurg Road, known, as cammand. For thirty or more years he the Triplftt property, one haffnUei. was a familiar figure on the streets of from court bouse. ... CampbeHsville. He was known to a G. W. Dillon or, great many Adair county people. First Natibnal Bank. S2-- 2t. To-nig- ht n. I have an honest I, or one of my deputies, will meet the tax payers of Adair county at the following times and places for the purpose of receiving their taxes, and this is positively to be the last notice given for the year 1911. If you fail to meet and pay on the following dates you may expect to pay just as required by law. This is an off season to visit and I have not the time to put in this way 52-8- t. ho. - ir us to-da- y. 9-- tf -- -- to-da- y, s ;v r fin - A A ,( ,: -- ." . svea-jtfcHtM- f- '..r 1 piicet ;UU. , , '. ... :ifa T- H . -- . - Bert,-to,tbswif- ;f ""' ' ? f "" - V' - V, Kim s, H8T' '- - tt-jBn"- ' v ttMiii. --' &Z.S yjs -- - . V . '' v-- JK "t ?1f , jl j ' -- . . . ' -- V ' k Kt A !.VJL l&ft &&&!? - - iiv &,m& - S SH'S& "'If. Si'i' i V. lL jaS74f I - . 'V rt& "V f "&T&2&-'. m ,v ' - ;vT " 3Pb P&: ft tv' fr j 3 Ozirk. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ft i- - !v - vjf i tending to be looking for a Wife Scraps. Hog Wallow News. building up the grade" herd. TAKING THE CURE. he is merely looking for a cook. among Onions and peas are Berlin has a restaurant in A sad accident occurred at this the' first "seeds to sow in the (From the Hog Wallow Kentuckian.) Gumption On The Farm. which 10,000 people can dines Graphic Pen Picture of Carlsbad f place last Saturday morning, by spring. The plants will endure A stranger came into Scarcely any farmers in Con- at one time. and Its Dyspeptics. this week, he is peddling which Mr. Kent Bryant came some frosty weather. in Threadneedle street out territory for a patent stove- - gress we don't like it. very near losing his life. He In choosing a breed of sheep, eye'and sold Fletcher Henstep There are few things in life London is a corruption for the MUD BATHS AND VILE WATER with some other hands were enmore despicable than the man three Needles, whichjised to be gaged in cutting timber, when a it matters little which is chosen half of the United States for Often who blames it on his wife. the' sign, of the Needlemarker Tho Victims DrinkWith the and Drink (imb dropped from the tree they so long as it is a good wool and three dollars. Evil Brew Daep and Absorb Most horses can hear well, and Company. A swarm of yellow Jackets Large Doses of Misery An UnBry- mutton producing quality. were sawing, striking Mr. pleasant and Costly Road to Health. yet you would think from the For the first week of October ant on the head, knocking him After the hens become broody pursued the Deputy Constable A city sh::ped like a cup. a cup consound of some men's voices when the death rate of New York City senseless. He is also bruised on their laying nests they may for a considerable distance taining hot water. The sides of the at work that 'the animals were was thelo west ever recordedin it city are clothed with pines, and in the about the body. Dr. Grissom be gently and quietly changed at yesterday and they were not history. The rate was 12. GO per hollow lie tho waters where the dysdriven back till he haq turned deafer than posts. was called, and administered to peptics of tLe world forefather to night to the sitting quarters Don't orget to save out corn 1,000. and fired several shots at them suffering man. He is havdrink and to be healed. They desire to the fat. from yelfor seed while you are "hushing Queensland and new South be freed from excess ofthat catch one ing tender nursing and the best In that new poultry house from behind the stump. skins, from pains low A blind man living near Bound- it, just because an ear of corn Wales in Australia are giving in the sniaK of the back and from tht. medical attention, and it is hoped have the perches on a level and larger, does not necessarily much attention to Goverment stiff joints that follow hard upon about a foot above the dropping ing Billows has been almost is he will recover. of the too abundant board. t mean that it is the best for seed. irrigation.and chiefly by means In Cnrlslnid you drink often an ' The meeting conducted by borad. Don't forget the drop- persuaded to join the Excelsior drink deep. Drinking is your main Fiddling Band. This will be a See that the rows are straight of artesian wells. Your drinking glass Is occupation. Montgomery, at Shiloh, ping board. Bro. from tip to but, and that the kerover your shoulders as you good improvement for the band Bulgaria is far and awav the strapped sipping from spring to spring closed last Monday night with wander, Prune to prevent the Jlower but it will be an awful strain on nels are all well formed and world's rose garden. The bulk of as assiduously as any one bee. but eight additions, and the church limb you do not get honey. from hindering cultivation; the blind man. piump. the costly perfumeattar of rose is Your misery begins at C. At C o'clock jgreatly revived. Many a good man is in such the upper ones from growing are expected to supplied to American from .this they call you, and you before you face Miss Fruzie Allsop will enterMr. W. N. Bryant, Esto, was be shaved and decent to let the world know haste out of easy reach for spraying tain a few choice the world of waters and of miserable source friends Wedto see his brother. here where he stands on the tariff, sinners at 7 o'clock. If you' had not and picking. nesday evening in honor of the The blood head of a man is been a miserable sinner, too. you would Mr Snm Mifnlioll vF Piliimkia ... ...... reciprocity and the direct election "v,i., t wviuiuuia, Be sure that the turkeys have new moon. 98 4 Fahrenheit, while that of not be here, but nrt- have done those tVtti.r.1. ... .&..! n la ..v 1tv.rfc nml js visiting his daughter at this of Senators, that his patient wife The arithmeic class at the Wild enough, but not too much food birds is 107 degress. This provi-- 1 you have left undone those things you place. cannot find out where he stands your penalty ongbt to have during tbe breeding season just Onion school house has been on the important domestic ques- sin is to meet the severe cold is Carlsbad. done, and Prof. Robert Bailey and sister, hopelessly hung up this week So you take your place at the end of of high altitude. tions o water In the house and a and Mr. Lilburn Breeding, were enough to keep them in good a queue 300 dyspeptics long and wish on an example. The problem Since January 1905, the price you were dead. You very nearly are, guests of Prof. Albert Bryant flesh. new carpet for the parlor. Save for no "morning tea" sustains you; thev has to do with the. age of Miss and sisters last Sunday. the county, brethern; that's of beef, perk, veal and bacon forbid that; it is strictly against tho trays in good Wash incubator Hostetter Hocks. You take your turn right; but don't forget to save in Switzerland has advanced 25 law. spring uncomforted at the "Spru-del- " Miss Estelle Montgomery, lit- hot water wich plenty cf the old by the cook. Luke Mathewsia js preparing the wife,- for after all what is per cent. Good beef for exam- Everything contributes to your misery. daughter of Mr. and Mr?. fashioned hard yellow soap. tle to apply for a pension on acA German close behind you is treadthe oountry to you when you ple, costs 40 cent's a pound. Lester Montgomery, was severe- Dry in the sun. Do this after ing on your heels and breathing loudly count of his haviug been badly have lost a good companion. There are several kind of fish down your neck, and a gentleman in a ly burned last Tuesday morning, conducting an orfrightened during the civil war. curious top each hatch is off. that never sleep more than a chestra with hat is to make you merry. by turning over a tea kettle of Intent Prof.Sap Spradlin has donned How to Clean Lace. few minutes a month. It is posi He fails. You hate him. And every boiling water. A Novel Shower, the "Spru-del- " a new shirt, a better pair of tively known that pike's almon moment yon draw nearer to the bowels spring. It leaps from Here is a practical recipe for pants and some new shoes and and goldfish never sleep at all of the earth toward the roof of the Nell. on this account he is inpecting cleaning lace. The piece to be during the whole of their exist-anc- e. colonnade sbrouded in its own steam, A girl who was to marry and and a girl in waterproof overalls cleaned should be stretched out re- the school house. catches you a glassful by means of a , Wheat sowing is about over in go to Maine to live was the on to a linen cloth, and held in long pole. Jefferson Potlocks is packing cipient of this pretty and novel When the keel of the largest Then you retire to a corner with the I this section. position by fine needles. A shower. She was invited to up and arranging to move over sponge dipped in warm, soapy Of the American battleship, the of dead rats-h- ot ones. long dead. Your 4 Mr. S. R. Walker was at Rugon to the west side of Musket luncheon at the home of her best New York, was laid the other character may be divined by your by, one day this week. water should be applied, and method of aealing with it. U: may be girl friend and found a most ex- - Ridge, where he can sleep longer rubbed gently over the lace. jday in the New York navy faced as one faces a pet beverace. ' quisite table ornamented by a every morning on account of the , "with an air." or it may be dallied with . The rinsing is done by the yard, the first bolt was put in in sips or thrown away. It may bea' -. u uuu by the young grandson of the late you altogether. but this is rare. The 3lc"UI" circle of small pine trees, each in sun rising later. (radyvillespent last Saturday a '' white Jardiniere. Alternating Sidney Hock dreamed last night sponge, which when freed from , hardened dyspeptic who doe his year ight-wit- h soap, is frequently dipped in Rear Admirable Sampson. Rosa Nell. ly "cure" has a trick with a little glas with the trees were glass candle- - that he was kicked by a mule, , Zr, protracted The telgraphic x day rate pipe. lie is imitated by the vie. Aft clear water. The lace thus ""The meeting clcsed Ht.:,.ka holding er the first fell glass you hurry to the candles caD- - the horse doctor "was called this ;at this place last Thursday, with ped by white shades. Inside morning, bnt could fine no bro- washed is fastened on a piece of throughout the English empire little glass pipe stall ;:5d buy a little clean linen and permitted to dry. is a cent a word.They have lately glass pire for your very c'vn. and half several conversions, nd the this circie was a hage wedding ken bones. an hour later you brace yourself toborrowed from this county thf gether for the second dose. If you When nearly dry. community greatly evi ved. ,cake on top of which were a The postmaster says no more but sli ghtly damp, it is new night lester telegram and have sinned deeply you may be ordereu even three, hut proi.a'iiy you win There wetetfx xiaptized just af - miniature bride and bridegroom. stove pipes will be sent throngh be let off with two goes of "Spruder laid beneath a fine linen cloth made the rale for it ter preaching Sunday. A large AH went merry as the proverbial the postoffice as mail matter and one of somcthirg lighter of a cent a word. and softly and swiftly rubbed An hour afterwaul you may have crowd was m attendance. marriage bell, tongues flew and Miss Fruzie Allsop's new hat with a sea shell or a perfectly The enamel which so beautifully an inadequate meal of so'ir milk, one Several from Edmonton at- the bride-to-b- e told of her new caused Poke Easley's mule to egg and a browny roll that would bafsmooth, round flint stone. This covers Japanese trays and boxes, fle a dentist. Durii'g the morning you tended the meeting and Baptiz- home. When the ices were run away Tuesday evening. The rubbing brings up the pattern. and on which the painted bird will be required to undergo a bath, k ing here last Sunday. possibly of mud, reeking with curative honored guest was mule ran for some distance when served the ntr It must never be ironed, or it and flowers show so brilliantly properties and very expensive as exJ. R. Bell and son, F. T. Bell. asked to cut the cake and be it reached the forks of the road quickly is obtained from the sap of the pensive as the lunch you would like becomes discolored. to have afterward if they would let hold, her knife went right and then being undecided as to were in Edmonton, Thursday. tree in Japan. It often attaina a you. Even as it stands your mockery Mr. f!. C. Kinniard was on a through into whitg tissue paper which way to go stopped and Womanly Wisdom. height of thirty or forty feet. of a meal, fruit, rice and a bit of a boiled bird climbs up to a total hitherbusiness trip to Edmonton and she found a'shower of dainty turned back Indicating the enormous waste to unassociated with such elementary Get the stoves in order for and useful articles- concealed insufficiencies. At 4 o'clock you drink Thursday. mol-Viin oil inlncf-rio"uummiu. ut,i,u more water. At 10 the Iomr day closer feJ the first cold snap, when you rf onavrrT within the fake cake, which in the dinner inter- with a Out Of The Ginger Jar. really feel the cold more than in ods of productive light.it is esti- - vening final gulp, and dignity of words Farm Notes. reality was a cheese box topped is beneath the mated that a temperatueof 2,000 of any words. with tissue paper and thin card The fast man is pretty sure to Winter. degrees, Fahrenhei would be Sixty thousand of the sorrowful subTlant some .fall forage crops. I Be sure to keep a pair of old to these penalties yearboard, which had been cleverly fall behind. necessary to produce a light ject themselves ly every summer. The nest egg theorv is out of iced over. It will prooably never be scissors in the kitchen to cut equivalent to that of an ordinary But in spite of the G0.000 you will "date. probably be a lonely soul in Carlsbad. raisins, lettuce, celery, etc.v known what the handsaw. firefly. . Its dietetic system does not make for A hen will lay if she is proper-- s. To remove potato, onion and Be sureyou are right, and sociability or mirth. But as the days We wish somebody would come go by the pink hues of health begin to ly fed and housed. To Clean Silver Mesh Bas. along and tell up how to distin- then don't make afuss about it. other vegetable stains from the color ceases return to your cheek.-you- r There is many a man who isn't hands, rub, with ripe tomatoes. to be drab and your temper becomes It is best not to wash eggs guish between a ripe orange and s You find yon can tolerate less And woman who owns a your vile. man with some degree of Skim the fat off the chicken ' ihat are to be used for hatching. a green orange without cutting worth whatsit cost him to live. fellow Every dog has his day, and too broth and use it to shorten bis- German or sterling silver mesh courtesy even when he breathes down Many poultry keepers do not it open and tasting it. There your in and cuits. They are better than bag or purse, and who has learn- regionneck your clears his throat less the ot seems to be quite a stir in many of them their night also. ear. There Is of .give their birds exercise enough. Hamlet about you and more of Puck, you use lard. The blacksmith may be an ex- when ed how one soils light dresses and Florida just now over the quesfor your days are ordered now more In Jlape makes very good pasA bank lately received the gloves, will be glad to know that conformity with nature's plan and your tion of green oranges One Com- pert forger without being arture for either young chicken a bination of fruit growers warns rested. following" note from a lady: she can clean it in a few minuts reward is an equability that is foreign to the life of broken laws in the :'!r.ce or lying hens. ' Nature is a good doctor but "Please stop payment on the) herself at home. Judt take plenty from whence you came. For two or oranges and us against .unripe , weeks this quickening process Experience teaches that the another says it was merely an she make her patients pay to the check I wrote out as I of soda (common baking soda)-- threedevelop and contiuue until in the will this is what the Jeweler use and exuberance of health you return to accidentally burn6d it up." ..best hatching eggs are those of advertising scheme. It seems last, cent. " What the corn heard with its Save all your coifee. grounds a little water and brush, rinse your land. are not here Carlsbad puts the right kind of advertising to medium shape. When you own ears, the pototo saw with its rinse them and use them to stuff well and dry and think of the Its shutters up and goes away to cure The sitting hen must have her tryto prevent the sale of unripe Itself of the tedium of having cured they don't go far own eyes. pincushions. They will hold economy It looks as good as new yon. and by the time It has finished -- daily care and attention just iike fru't but s with you its coffers are quite comfew men know what is good shape indefinitdly, and the pins enough to tell us how to avoid it fortably stocked against a holiday, for :the incubator. The Republicans have nomi you were not a "cureguest ror not ri for them until some wise woman, push in easily. - v: Poultry farming in connection Governor McrCeary is not has told them. nated Mr. John G. Stoll the big ng. Still you were cured, and n cure Bj inspecting the canned fruit But whole distiller, for representative from j i3 alwaysIt cheap. have on thecheaper m afraid of state "issnes. He has The rich are known by their occasionally, the with sheep is largely-followeperhaps been would housewife will the city Of Lexington in the next if you had kept the law. London Mail. Lpartsof New Engiand. discsused them in every speech dollars, but the humble onion is be able to save any thing that s legislature. It is said that" this Interesting Spots. Trees should be pruned when he has made in this campaign. known by its scent. haa'begun to spoil, by carefully was done with the full knowl"I suppose." says the lady next door, his naif-- , removingand cooking - are first transpl anted. The ringing progressive Demo-crkti- c The farmer whalost the rest edge and consent of Judge "that you saw many really wonderful bushel measure was in more than over, recanning as in places while you were abroad." platform is his work. He it is is the moefcideal time to the start. O'Rear and Senator Bradley. "Yes. Indeed." replies the returned a peck of rouble. supports every plank in it, ana pruning. traveler. "I think, the most shivery of &xt the We, are none of us better .than tp them all, however, was the catacomers when elected Governor he will Seed Wheat. Ftf Sale. are twblnetKods forget- J 'There In Rome. 1 have the nightmare about make it his business to see that we ought to be, and many" of us I have 100 bfufeeteof One saw mill with new carriage. One It yet." Judge. foodcowa::bybtying them; sd' whrt," his party redeems every pledge are a great Haalrwoe. "Nw CohmitMrttlewMd for sale 50 in. saw and one 96 uu No wMp cats so deeply astfcelkafc . Ballard & Miller. USometimea when a man is pre- - at 11.00 -taabtt. - C; S Harm 4&4t ithaamadetothVpaople. , ec . -hog-wallo- w ' -y to-da- y ' I - j V i 1 rj j . i j -- -- 'J 1 I one-twentie- th 4- - l - i j -- to-da- m M- d' 1 y" j V . .,. . .:'jffi A&.r : Jra2v e i "i JT r- - r t "&Jirl$ :v; .Vjfc'.' "- - ft . J ceaecMMe. PreYert. - rr " ti. . If 6P. r ET - i :a 4 .j iEt 1HE ADAIR COUNTY' NEWS PUNNED HIS OWN DEATH. Jcdge Hankford Cleverly Evaded the Law Against Suicide. ods, 3 DOG. " DREAM FANTASIES EXPERT A Case TESTIMONY. VALUE OF AJAINTED nmiitutiuuiuuituuiiiaiitiiuuutiiiiuuiiii!!!iiiiiutim Suicides often adopt ingenious methbut the art of the fclo de so seems Cause and Effect In the Visions not to have advanced materially That Come In Sleep. ins the centuries The modern ease of a heavily insured broker who on a feigned hunting trip stood barelegged A DREAM'S CURIOUS SEQUEL. in a quagmire for hours and willfully contracted a ratal pneumonia is match- - j ed in cleverness by one 500 years old. It Explained the Meaning of the Oft The following facts are weil vouch- Recurring Fancy That a n t mi cd for and indeed were ne;er quesClawing the Slumberer's Throat. tioned, says the Green Bag: Sir Wil- Rapidity of .the Dream Process. Ham Hankford. a judge of the king's bench in the reigns of Edward III.. It was a personal experience of a Ileury IV.. Henry V. and Henry VI. ' singular character that first impressed and at the time of his death chief jus- - upon me, some years ago, the impor- uce of lEngland. was a man of meltance of dreams as a subject for seancholy temperament. rious investigation, says H. Addington ne seems to have contemplated sui- Bruce in the Outlook. Until then I cide tbe greater part of his long life, had shared the opinion prevailing and during his later years the idea be- among laymen and. it would seem, came a fixed purpose. The act was of among most scientists also that peculiarly serious consequence in those dreams are entirely fanciful and days for the reason that the law meaningless. But my experience way treated it as a capital crime. The of- such I could no longer believe this. fender was buried at the crossroads To state it briefly, it involved the w ith a stake driven through his body, recurrence of a most bizarre dream. and all his goods and property were At least twenty times during-- period forfeited to the crown, to the utter of six months I had the same dream i namely, ruin of his family. that a cat was clawing at my Hankford made good ue of bis wits throat. The stage setting and the mi and succeeded hi accomplishing his nor incidents might vary, but always rurpose without incurring either un- - j the central episode was the saiqe, and pleasant penalty. He gave open in- usually the fury of the dream cat's structions to his gamekeeper, who had onset was so great that it would been troubled with poachers In the awaken me. Naturally this recurrent deer preserve, to challenge all tres dream puzzled me. so much so that I passers in the future and to shoot to spoke about it kill if they would not stand and give Then one day the accident of a an account. heavy cold that settled in my throat One dark night he purposely crossed led to a medical examination, which. the keeper's path and upon challenge much to my surprise, revealed the made motions of resistance and es- - i presence of a growth, reauirinc imme cape. The faithful servant, failing to uate treatment by the surgeon's knife, recognize his master, followed instruc- - , Some tIme afterward it suddenly n to the letter, as was exported of curred to rae that since the removal him. and Sir Willi." m fell dead in his of tlle dangerous growth I 'had The whole truth of the affair once becn troubled by the cat clawing was common knowledge, but It was j dream. Its significance now began to impossiDie to estauusu a case oi sui- - dawn on me 'x had suffcrcd no pain not evcn in. cide by legal proof. The servant was i jjiuic-viir- u u. ms ucuuus. iaauu- - POnrpnJpnrA frnn, fim 0- - ffH, tn mv ...... .u ford had honorable burial, and his esthroat. In fact 1 had not consciouslv tate passed to those whose interests as been aware of its presence. But unheirs he had so wisely considered. questionably the organic changes ac- companying it had given rise to sensations which, slight though they were, PRIMITIVE SURVEYING. had made an impression on my sleepBoers Vith the Fleetest Horses Got ing consciousness sufficient to excite it to activity. My recurrent dream the Biggest Farms. consequently was to be regarded as a According to a legend of Smithtown. symbolic representation of the disorN. T.. the township was originally der in my throat an attempt to intermeasured off by a primitive method The first settler was one Smith, who pret it. to explain it And, indeed, bought from'the Indians as much land even in the dream, for all its fantastic as a bull could go around in a day imagery and symbolism, the seat of Xow. Smith had nf smart bull, trained the trouble was indicated plainly to carry him and to half trot and half enough as I could appreciate after the lope at a rapid pace. That day the surgeon had completed his labors. An experience was reported by Albull Tvas up to the mark. By night he so much land that the fred Maury, one of the earliest scienhad inclosed amazed Indians nicknamed its rider tific Investigators of the phenomena of sleep, who dreamed that he was Bull Smith. This 'tradition has its counterpart living in Paris during the Terror and among the Boers of South Africa. had been put on the proscribed list. Their "runs," as the farms of these After many exciting, adventures he was captured, tried and sentenced to Dutchmen are called, contain, generally speaking, from 4.000 to G.000 acres, execution. He saw himself dragged of which only a few acres are under through the streets amid a clamoring Small monuments of multitude and forced to mount the cultivation. stones piled up at certain points mark scaffold and bare his neck to the fatal blow. In that Instant as the guillothe boundary lines. The first settlers, knowing nothing tine knifo descended he awoke to find of surveying, measured off their that a piece of the cornice of his bed "runs" by horsepower. Having piled i had fallen and struck him on the neck, up a lot of stones, the Boers would Testifying even more impressively to from them and ride in a straight ' the twofold action of the dream pipestart line for. half an hour as fast as their j GSS anfl to its rapidity is a dream could carry them. perience of my own. In this dream Halting, each rider would build art- - j i was walking alone at night along a other 'beacon and again ride for half ,' country road. It was line.l on both an hour at right angles to his first line. sides by trees which, as I learned Then he would pile up another stone from a man who presently joined uie. beacon. Two more turns and an hour , were ia(en wjth fruit. I picked sonic more of riding brought him back to j pears ana- nte tnem as we waiked and his starting point talked. The road seemed to overlook The square tract inclosed within the a broad valley In which 1 saw a soii-rartwo hours' ride and the four beacons light My companion told me that became his farm. Of course the Boer it was in his home and invited me to who owned the fleetest horse obtained pass the night with him. After a tirthe largest tract of land. Harper's ing walk we reached the house, a "Weekly. small two room cabin. He retired into , the inner room and I went to bed in Nature's Only Timepiece. the outer. I had not been long asleep There Is no need for clocks on the when, in my dreams, I was awakened Aegean sea any day when the sun is by the noise of somebody running, and shining. There nature has arranged the thought Instantly flashed into my her only timepiece, one that does not mind that my host was making off vary though the centuries pass. This with my money. I leaped up shoutnatural time marker Ls the largest sun- ing. "Stop, stop!" dial in the world. Projecting into the Then I veritably awoke and as I did blue waters of the sea is a large promso distinctly heard on the pavement ontory, which lifts its head 3.0C0 below my window the sound of hurfeet above the waves. As the sun ried footfalls and a voice crying exswings round the pointed shadow of citedly, ''Stop, stop!" At once it was the mountain just touches, one after clear that these two words, penetratthe otherr a number of small islands, ing to my sleeping consciousness, had which are at exact distances apart provided the necessary stimulus to set and act as hour marks on the great up a dream process which. In the fracdial. New York Tribune. tion of a second, had Interpreted them as best it could and had presented the A Collector's Troubles. results of Its interpretation in tbe form A Camden man always in debt was of a curious little narrative of nocturconfrdnted again by the bill collector, nal adventure. Dreams may be produced by the to whom he confided the usual story use of artificial irritants. One sleeper, luck. of hard "Can't pay me today, eh?" mused whose nose was lightly tickled with a the collector. "But I shall be here feather, had a horrible dream of a mask of pitch being alternately apagain, tomorrow, and then" do conae tomorrow," urged the plied to and drawn violently from his Tes, icfeior.' "and that will give me time face. Another, at whose feet a hot and t make up a brand new excuse come water bag was placed, dreamed that waea you ougnt to he was .walking over hot lava. In a t decidePhiladelphia Times. second experiment of the same sort aain." the accidental slipping of the cover from the Tiot water bag led to an elabi Mara Could He Want? what father's objection to orate dream of capture and torture by is "What ed" the young man. Rocky mountain bandits who Insisted e, MilUe?" uuve uu Minmi.-a.uujthat the dreamer knew how to convert says J I "He copper into gold and held his naked 4 . ieraiav "Ne appUcMMB! ne ecnoea Ditteny. feet in a fire in order to compel him to vroatar r a knows I've been corn communicate his valuable secret Simiice a week for nearly larly the application of a slight degree, to tgo Tribune. of heat to tbe feet of a patient with year! paralyzed limbs was followed by a. dream of being transformed Into a euiiar. Tecy. His wife to bear and taught to dance by feebaj placed aaured Jwt iron pitta. J , , ! a Where Two Infallibles Heio Conflicting Opinions. The fallibility of expert testimony, which under stress of clever cross examination tends to the too decided statement, is amusingly revealed in "Science and trie Criminal," a book by CAinswoKh Mitchell, the head of the inspection bureau of Scotland Yard. Nethercllffe. "who was the chief handwriting expert in the days when L tne witty Lord Brampton was at the uui, uuu suuu lauu in uis uieiuous tbat finally he came to believe that he could not make a mistake. In a case in which he was under cross examination by Lord Brampton, then Mr. Hawkins, Nethercliffe had claimed that his system gave infallible results and bad further stated that his son. whom he had trained, made use of the same system. "Then." said the wily advocate, "your son. working on your system.Nis as good as you are?" "Yes." replied the father, with some pride in his voice, "he is." "That is to say, he. too. is infalli ble?" "Yes." again replied the witness. "Well. now. Mr. Nethercliffe. was there ever a case in which you and your son appeared on opposite sides'" Nethercliffe tried to evade the question, which, he complained, was an unfair one. but on being pressed was forced to admit that on a certain ocT caslon he had given evidence on one side and his sou upon the other. Swift came the unanswerable retort: "How comes it. then, that two infallibles appeared on opposite sides?" A The One Sir Edwin 'Landseer Put In His Brother's Picture. The late Charles Landseer, the brother of Sir Edwin, gained his election as academician with a picture called "The Eve of the Battle of Edge Hill." A curious and Interesting story attaches to this picture. When it was nearly finished Edwin Landseer was asked by Charles to come and look at it and remarked that it was a very good picture, but "how nice a spaniel would look in that comer." Charles said. "Will you put it in, then?" at which the master took up the brush and at once painted in a fine old English spaniel with some leather dispatch bags lying on the ground by him. Woodson Lewis i The great Green River Merchan- - r5 H dise Distributor, has just Received a If H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - Jf - 3 The picture was duly exhibited "and admired, the spaniel especially, but the dealer who bought it, being a simple man of business, bethought him that Sir, Edwin's dog would be worth more than the whole picture. So he coolly cut it out and sold it, filling the place by a common dog copied from it. Several years afterward the owner of the picture showed Sir Edwin, with some pride, the picture in which he had painted the dog. but the great mas- ter "declared he'd be hanged if ever he did that dog." The picture was examined more closely, and then the trick was found out London Tatler. H - ing, Shoes &c 1 Which he is offering at Popular prices. 3 50 Suits carried over at one Third oft. " Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bb HIGHEST RAILWAY. J FAIRLY BIG TREE. ( oc-tio- , not-track- s. . -- ih-.i- I I i -- ex-hors- J - y ! The One McDougall Said Was Blown Down In Venezuela. Walt McDougall, the caricaturist, was sitting In the Friars' club in New York one night discussing everything In particular when the subject of big trees came up, one of the party claim-inthat he saw the stump of a red cedar in California so large that 200 couple danced on it at the same time. "I grant you they have some big trees in California." said McDougall. "but listen to this one. My uncle, who owns a very large ranch in Venezuela, went out one morning after a heavy windstorm and found that a huge Cottonwood on the bank of tbe river had blown down, the branches of which were resting on the other side. He also discovered that 3.000 of his cattle were missing and on searching found the missing stock on the other side of the river. An investigation quickly followed, when they found to their surprise that the tree was hollow, which afforded a bridge across the river, through which the cattle strayed. After the men had succeeded in driving the stock back through the Ancient Tales of the Law. trunk of the tree it was found that Of law and the "law's delays" these thirty-si- x of the steers were missing. Another vigorous search was made, ancient tales are recorded: A woman vainly pleading her case and where do you suppose we found many times before Philip of Macethem?" asked Walt "Heaven knows." said the red cedar donia received at every refusal the reply that he "had not the time." At man. "Where?" "They had strolled off in the hollow last her patience gave out and she said branches of the tree," said McDougall. to him, "Then cease to reign." The monarch, feeling that In- had deserved New York Telegraph. this rebuke, inn. W lately listened to her and rendered the justice that her The Swiss Congress. The regular sessions of the Swiss case merited. Anacharsis, the Scythian philosopher, congress begins in June and December speaking of the laws of Solon, said, and last only about a month. Extra "They were like the web of a spider-ve- ry sessions are very rare. As one mem good for holding the weak, but her remarked, the idea is to have as much real legislation done among the allowing the strong to escape." A pett thief was being led to prison. people as possible, while the duty of Diogenes said to him: "Fool, why didn't the legislative bodies is officially to re cord public sentiment as expeditiously you rob on a grand scale? Then it would as possible. The proceedings of the have been you that would be sending Swiss legislature are extremely inter others to prison." esting to an American. Discussions The Painter and the Cobbler. take place either in Frepeh. German or The painter Apelles, who flourished Italian, according to the inclination of the legislator addressing the house, in the time of Alexander, was shown and a colloquy may embody all three a picture by an inferior artist who languages. Formal readings are in boasted of having sketched it out in an French, but discussions are usually in exceedingly short space of time. "Yes, I can see that very well," said Apelles. German. National Magazine. "but I am surprised that you did not make several other pictures exactly The Call to Individuality. No man thinks his own thought; no like this in the same space of time." We are Indebted, according to tradi man uses his own eyes; no man stauds tion, to this same Apelles for one of upon his own feet: no man walks alone We go in flocks: we lean on others; we our common phrases. The painter had follow the multitudes blindly; we bend listened with patience and profit to a our necks to the yoke of public opiu cobbler's criticism of the sandals in a ion; we have no self reliance. The picture. But when the cobbler began to enlarge the field of his criticism to only virtue we have is conformity The demand of the age Is for men other parts of the painting he received and women of character who are self this rebuke from Apelles: "Shoemaker, poised, eelf reliant, independent and stick to your last." self v assertive. ' Society follows cus Hibernation. toms and routine. The redemption ot In the state known as "hibernation" the race is in the originality of individrespiration practically ceaces. Digesuals. Jacob Gould Schurman. tion seems to follow respiration, and the waste of tissue is reduced to the Her Proposal. smallest possible limit, the circulation "Ah, George! Did you propose to in tbe meantime being only just suffVivian?" icient to sustain tlife. It has been as"No. She made the proposal before certained tbat animals can endure the I had a chance to say anything." Kloss of tissue until it amounts to 40 "She did? What did she say?" per cent of their normal- weight "She proposed that I should leave Should the weight be reduced the house immediately, and I accept- that limit the result is death. beyond It is ed." London Telegraph. the stored up fat within the body of fifty-seveg one-halx - This Cloud Piercing Road Crosses the Mountains of Peru. To the question. "Which is the highest railway in the world?" the answer is the Central Railway of Peru., In other words, the highest point reached by any railway line is touched by this .road, where the altitude of the rails reaches 1,.8(!." feet above sea level. To reach this point from sea level the n line passes through tunnels, over a dozen principal bridgesfmd utilizes thirteen switchbacks, but has no gradient up to 41. per cent, nor does It resort to rack propulsion. A hand car started at Ticlio will run unaided to Callao, the seaport, and, as a matter of fact, such a car, equipped with safety breaks, runs before each passenger train, carrying an inspector on the lookout for fallen rocks or other dangers. Ticlio. above referred to, is the highest station in the world, with an altitude of 13.GG5 feet. The next highest line in the world is that from Antofagasta, Chile, to Oruru ana La Paz. Bolivia This line has also the distinction of being the nar rowest gauge line (two and f feet) for such a long distance. The highest point Is at Collahuasi, where the altitude is 13.S09 feet, fifty-sifeet lower than the Peruvian line. New York Press. 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 $6.25 4.75 4.25 that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. I Have a Full Stock of Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatand pay cash for it, am now "paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? .Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY.' ynrnnimnnrafmnniimnmni iiminmimmminn mmR PROGRAM. meeting of the Christian Church of Adair county which will convene with Tabernacle Church Friday evening Oct. 27th 1911, 7:30. Of the Co-operat- ion p. m. 1 Devotional. Purpose of this meeting Duty of Church to its preacher 2 3 f. j. bar'ger: P. M. BRYANT W. H. CUNDIFL- x SATURDAY MORNING 9 O'CLOCK. Devotional 2 Churchof Christ, (a Condition of membership (B) ' TOBIAS HUFFAKEFfV Its obligation to Foreign Immigration in America, . i ' . J. Q. MONTGOMERY. J.R.WOODRUM W. G. MONTGOMERY. . (c) Its obligation to the world J.P.DANIEL. . 7" i. ljfcThe Bible Schookjts Benefits, "What makes you say that? One Is Enough. "She's installed a time clock in the Mme. Maeterlinck gave out ten rules hall, and 'be has to punch it when be which she said would Insure married 2 Evidence of Pardon, goes out nights and when he gets lappiness. back." Detroit Free Press. The first is, "Always feed your hus-an- d , "When you were in Switzerland did your party climb the glacier you'spoke A Natural right" "His wile is a business woman, A Business Woman. all" the hibernating creitures that them during the many months sns-jtai- ns 2 The relation of our County District and Slate meetings Z. T, WILLIAMS. -- oi' cold weather. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 1:50 LUTHER YOUNGT LESLIE BOTTOM F.J.BXRGER- - ' . 4 -- rtwult. well." .Why mention the other nine? Plain Dealer. ." Cleve-laa- d of?'. feet-jcdiM- x , y - 3 Reports of Chuches 4 Reports of EvaotaUrt. 5 . Reports of committees. ; " "No.", mSR U2 Mttvkr-riH- tt tbatr e "Why not?" xl fj rather think becaase they rot coldv te.vs . Cwtriac-- 1 C- r- .- Mart.1 - IMMrhMtkAitti lancrh!iu, ' W 'a ' ,., A -- s - - rihdpMT. i r 4aarv. 'y- i " - ' a set betaff j mi a.. Beinr akwa when f-- mAi alon.Aartwd. , . tottaf to '" MBa him "I thoaght yevwere'friMrfti." ' "Fdaadal Friend! Way. thama't wHm so malignant that 1m atvwa caara r fb aftar beok igaot-ahabac tohia.oflcVmy rtirma aa4 d -- Evidently Ne Fjrfentf. SATURDAY NIGHF Y.Jw ''.. 'y -- TOBIAS . I HUFFAKER.' . V- . ' i 7;30' J? rm ao I i easy aarttr-Gk- Wf c if . ..-- . . j" " ar 'kik. aia- T - m A. e 'i 9i fSZ.JLj vu '..... uli KMMBVMMMMWMMMMMBqBWHiJMBMraHMM . aflHBalui, - n iV f L ;r- - ' mr V vmm c llii mm , .aaaHBBHHBBKBtfra&BfeiiauHW rv naaHairrZHRsaL ii . vr'IL .CLP-- " 1. 2- - fA- - r I THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS - $$" v 12 k& Ifi. v to 1 .V I " i- - fight that rhe had made for it; the extension the',County Unit ly one of theliUnited States' doJDAIR JEWS thlteheincerelyf avoredts .were not kept. He knows why mains, the Territory of Alaska. ' t PubfisheEyery Wednesday fend that if elected, he they were broken.lfHe is "closer The big State is composed of 245 &. would keep these pledges so sa- to the liquor interest than any counties, and covers 265,780 ; BY THE - credly made. In'all his long other man in public life in Ken square miles. The State's greatb Adair County News Company, tucky. They followed his advice est length 'is 740 miles. The official career, Governor ( INCORPORATED.) has , never broken his in the campaign four years ago; Gulrcoast stretches alongr350 EDITOR. word, and Kentuckians know thev have had the benefit of his miles of the State. A string CHAS- - S. HARRIS that he will do his duty in this friendship at Washington, and stretched across the continent inDemocratic newspaper devoted to the they have confidence in his judg- from New York to Chicago,, terest ot the City of Columbia and the people matter. Adair and adjacent countis. ment and in his sincerity. It would scarcely reach from tobacco men are growing The will be f embarrassing to' Judge Brownsville to Texline. d as Entered at the Columbia suspicious of Judge O'Rear's expression, class mall matter. O'Rear for Bradley to make a The great devotion. They see him full confession, of his alliance "Heaven and earth never agreed What can you imagine that will make home more WED. NOV., 1. 1911, silent ia someJTquarters on this with the lobby that secured his better to frame a place for pleasant and enjoyable than an even, warm temperature. subject, while elegant in the big election to the Senate, but the man's habitation, ".may be In offering you tobaccoj counties. He believes Democratic Ticket. Texas, but most asWood Heater truth should prevail at all haz Coles Original Air-Tig- ht this agitation is a vote getter; ards, and Judge O'Rear should suredly, there are better places hence his promises to make to- join we do so knowing it will give you perfect satisfaction. For United States Senator the Democrats in their de- - than the other parts of the State. Read the following guarantee made by the manufacturer OLLIE M. JAMES ' bacco sell for twelve cents. If mand that'Bradley lift the lid I was reading the other day from of this remarkable stove: For Governor O'Rear knows how to perform from this seething caldron of some Texas writer, that if you Wood Stove bearing our We guarantea every Cole's JAMES B. MCCREARY as long as used. name to remain feat,(he?should tell Governor this are looking for sylvan glades scandal. We guarantee that it will hold fire over night with dry wood. For Lieutenant Governor We guarantee the combustion so complete with wood that ashes need Willson and Attorney General g waters,' plen with EDWARD J. MCDERMOTT not be removed oftener than four times each winter. Breathitt the secret, so that the Col. BenLee Hardin, of We guarantee each stove to be free from imperfect material aud tifully stocked with fish, andj , For Attorney General COLE MANUFACTURING CO, (Not Inc.) workmanship. Republican Administration can JAMES GARNETT a native of Columbia, shaded with trees of giant Avoid mistakes Before you buy allow us to show give the tobacco men relief now, spoke in the interest of the Dem- - growth, or that if you was look- -' For Auditor you the patented features on Cole's Original HENRY N. BOSWORTH which make it the most satisfactory of all heaters. msteadlof delay iriglfitCuntil next ocraticIState ticket at the court ing for verdant fields and hills', For State Treasurer Burns wood, chips, cobs and rubbish. year. honse lastlnight. A large audi-- ! crowned with nature's wonders, THOMAS G. RHEA The Aieve Pvfair ence was out to hear him, and he with dashing, ripping streams Ste Our Complete SiwwtCeie's Assortnmt of For Secretary of State HARDWARE CO. EttreHandccce anti Top REED spent was given close attention. His where sneckled trout await vouri wee $3.00 and Governor Wilson$iJ has C. F. CRECELIUS Bcreste, MCF.S Un. three hundred days out o the speech was principally upon cast of fly, or for softly rolling Supt. of JPublic Instruction. For BARKSDALE HAMLETT State during his term of office, JudgeJO 'Rear's insincerities, and ridges where plum, grape, peach For Commissioner of Agriculture all the time drawing his full sal-- ; his pruningknif e was sharp and and pear flourish, and where W VI 11 A V 1 fft J. W. NEWMAN V L L LrX1 al- - cutting. Gar-s- o stock He paid Mr. Jas. ary, the Lieutenant Governor of doors the year feed out For Clerk of Court of Appeals WATCH MAKER and JEWELER being paid for doing his work. ' nett a high compliment, saying around, and that, if you are, ROBERT L. GREENE J, This does not include one hun-- . that Jhe'would lead the ticket wishing for broad fields of grain, For Railroad Commissioner w. F. KLAIR dred days more the Governor has five thousand votes. The speech l0f never-endin- g sunshine, ofi My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction spent in Louisville attending to was interspersed with anecdotes, milesfin the saddle .without worr Next Tuesday will be the his law practice.Jandfministering which kept'the court room in an ry 0r care, try Texas. Now of Office in ' to his pleasure. Why take any uproar all through. There were course all this may be found in J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store in the more chances along that line? a number of ladies out, and ev Texas, but where I have been I Let every Democrat Judge O'Rear's platform ap e'rylbody waa delighted with the have failed to see what this giftcounty vote. proves every act of Willson's ad speech. Mr. Hardin predicted ed writer has described. Instead should allow any ministration, and it logically a great victory for the Democrat 0f "sylvan" glades with their No Democrat thing to keep him from the polls follows that.he!endorses the Gov- ic ticket. waters, I have next Tuesday. all over the ernor's found nothing but white rocki country at the! expense of the There'js only one danger, that gullies with no flowing waters, Lay aside all business and atWholesale, and Retail State. the Democrats face, and that is and instead of being shaded with tend to the electing of ycur canover confidence To make Dem- - trees of giant growth, they are didates on next Tuesday. It is hoped that a sufficient ocratic success certain, it is ab-- 1 fringed with scrubby c of men of this county 1 number solutely necessary that the vote and elm growth, constituting Remember that Jim- Garnett is All Kirul of Plaining Mill Work, 5ajh, Doors amlE'in..'-- . will vote for Hon. James Gar- a candidate for Attorney Gener- nett, to Jenablellihim to carry, sjiould be gotten out. Every nothing but a thicket so dense Columbia, Kentucky. County Chairman, and every that one can hardly penetrate. is a home man, vote for al. He Adair. He is a home man, wor$ Precinct Committeeman is giving Instead of "s the verdant fields him. support of his friends, thy of the his personal time to this import- - crowned with nature's wonders, besides it would be quite an This paper will not be ant work, and they should be I have found nothing but a thickv next week until Wednesday. honorjtollelect an Adair county aided . by the individualt Dem et so dense that' one can hardly to down Texas. It is a great jas strong men and .as loveiv at last, and occupies itslpn asanv to he found on che m- We will wait for the election re-- , man Attorney General of Ken ocrats. Take your neighbor to penetrate. Instead of the ver- place in the greatest of all na ,t fa tucky. Do thejvoters of this lo- turns the polls with you, and there dant fields crowned with nature's turns. If it were not for Texas, & wonderful oM commonwea h, cality not feel that they Have Dem- - wonders, I have found nothing what a great hole there would be Democratic more mterest in a home man will be no doubt that the which de?erves cmht for lU The election of the ocrats will win a glorious victory. any more wonderful than exists m our country! Mow ot course jgood things, and its drawbacks. ticket means good government, than they have in one living in other states of the Union, and I don't'mean to say that Texas If only five Democrats' in under the rooster and let erai hundred miles away, one like those of every otner st-tprecinct in the State remain as for the dashing, rippling just merely nils a wnoie m tne vrmr vote ffo Gallasrah! that thev do not know and will must be combated with :n he ' awav f rom the Polls' ifc wiU mean streams where sPeckled trout earth. I can give it credit for hpsh wav nossihlp.- Of course nrobablv never see? Mr. Gar-- 1 JZGC .ril unlr.f. tnfftflir flinnoonrt nvmi4- Trti-s.s ..a. . v,ou rf I4J nrall SOme l.l? William j. Bryan win maw UllIlKb. XL JUU cue muiwiis fa nett is personally known to you HUlUWeuwuiuvwicuunuawa,,, JWx half hundred speeches in. Ken all. You are acquainted with votes. Republicans are active that may exist in Texas, but I for some of the best people on;as gnd j ues;s .f you shoul(I ?sk tucky in the interest of the Dem- his high character as a citizen, and determined, and are making have never seen it yet. It may earth, you may look in Texas. one of her 3,00(,0OO splendid C a wie vwAnni- auu. , . ocratic ticket. He will travel on you know his ability as a lawyer. desperate efforts to poll every be that one might find a running OUlllts ui IUa gicaicBi- nnrt icauu.j, , . . that it U J JtJ lWJT l,lllJf a special train and will cover four Will not county pride induce you vote. Vote early and urge all clear water stream in Texas, but men of the nation live in Texas. was the best for them. I don't - Congressional districts. your friends to do likewise, re- I would not wish to start out If you are looking for a country blame them for having their to vote for him? membering that Hon. Jas. Gar- walking 'till I found it. The that is growing by leaps and choice,that is one of theirin di- When you are looking over TWTloTYinf f Vqc TT'J.ttoi.I T nett your home man, isa can- softly rolling ridges are here, but UUUIlUb, lliu iu.piuvix.ii ii. v viduaj rJghts t)K s :or me, your State tax bills for this year, d(me sQme qmogt yQ Attorney General on that isn't anything, for I have ization.j vou mav try lexas. Ju didate for me iviv uid Kentucky don't forget that the increase is workpf the campaign. He has always been used to finding them will freely admit that there is give the Democratic ticket. due to the Republican adminis-- 1 been welcomed everywhere by every where. The plum, peach. not a state in the Union that is Home, far away!" tration at Frankfort, which has great audiences. His speeches Alva Bowmer. Facts About Texas. grape and pear flourish where improving faster. O'Rear's hearty en- - ave appealed to the intelligence received the trees grow and mature their If you are a lover of American dorsement. The increase in the 0f his hearers. Without passion For i'ale. jirurc, ana tnac is once every history, you may icok in Editor News: value of farm lands for assess- or partisanship, he has made arOne saw mil with new carnage. "ne no tricks in plain quarter of a century. The stock history for some of the most 50 in. saw ; "There are e 36 in. ment purposes in the last .two guments for Democratic success 4.1 1 .. .. mMsl ,1 ).f.J .5...l3rd & Miller. iieiuiu uccua ieeuuui.oiuuuisuiB .yeai iuuuu tnrilling aliu l.....j Jnf1f niai years alone, has been over ninety-- that are unanswerable. He has and simple truth." and it is the too, when you give them some- - have occurred in the sett ing and million dollars. When stripped the Republican platform simDle truth without elaboration two . m our country 01 prejudice, which I wish to thing to eat every day. The V Judge O'Rear was asked if he of its pretenses, and the Repub- or broad fields of grain, are quite Here was the location of the approved what the State Board lican party of its mask of sin- - present regarding Texas. 'It is broad sometimes, but I have seen, border tiials and triumphs; here of Equalization had done in plac- - cerity, until both stand exposed not my intentionto magnify the Ken- - the pioneer located and the bor-ing this burden upon the to public condemnation. Mr. splendid gifts or the many draw- some just as broad in "Old tucky." The sunshine never der wars were fought; where shoulders of the farmers, he an- McDermott is the type of man backs which nature has bestowed a cloud gets in the way, Gen. Sam Houston and his army, swered that they had done their needed as presiding officer of the upon tnis country, aa many ends 'till s--. doesn't with the cry of, "Remember the duty under the law, and he en- Senate. He will not pack com-- t writers would do, but to give to and then the hot wind stop blowing. Yes ypu can get Alamo,"on their lips, fought in dorsed their acts. mittees, or' suppress Legislation the reader a correct idea of the battle of San Jacinto, and in the saddle and ride "'till your - -' ', ' T 1 W in behalf of any party or inter- - State from what I have been f had Early iai .the contest, Judge est. His courage, character and able to gather 4rom time to time. baclcis either blistered or frozen. within fifteen "minutes' gained a complete victory, ,in .charge pernor Mc- - capacity make- him a tower of Texas is & great j&ate, and is I don't know whether these army was Creary with insincerity on the strength to his party in this im- - so varied; in chmate and topogra- Texans care or worry very much which the" Mexican Q. PSMYTnE ' phy, in rforesta, ymnierala and about it or not, but' as for me, I demoralized, ah their leader? !C9'VdV a r of the County Unit, but, prUhebontee't. question , ,vafor can ride just as long in- - old Rus- killed, Itts A ia had no soil,;that her resources are sell with iust as much ease, and iGen. Santa "the Demoeratic nominee ,asw , i, r i i HR&ilNURANCE therefore a f teribusland! It is due the temperance convificing the people . trouble scarcely unaerscooat even Dy ner I know the hot winds won't ion.a eoun- of the SUte4that Senator most enlightened citizens: parch me to death." for the marts 'of 'aboundiag Bradley "should explain; to them Larger than 'the, Republic of VT- - County Unit 'plank in the Den ' PAT FN HI- Ihope 'you - Txans who try t i growins itii; Republi, France or "th MGermri"Empire pfcdgeejof the rad this artiele will"Bt , ft,of-- trdej.aad ocratic platform;- - that it .would why the - wnichadvocated Texa w.ex9eded in area by oiv fehdedatme. I mm w tryuig: mavatMkxnm and not1ve been there without the can platform- f5 iTHE COUNTY ex-tensi- on, -- Mc-Crear- y Fost-ofll- ce sec-c- oft-quot- ed I Happy, Comfortable Evenings Spent at Home ap-licabl- eto i Air-Tig- ht air-tig- ht v slow-flowin- Har-rodabur- g, Air-Tig- ht j j I i VWV1 OPTICIAN ! . - ( : "slow-flowin- g" joy-ridi- ng I , Sandusky & Co. LUMBER i bois-d'ar- - j i H L ( , -i- nstate 1 I j j I 1 j sev-Sta- mp ev-e- rv e. 1 , TT T" v - - j : ", - i . T-- lrM-lr$- i j J? I '' ! l f -. - 1 ' ! j ..' iaa j i 9 1 3 48-- 4t UD-build- ing j s ib 1 -- ... - --- " ,' -- 1- "O .&;5 " . - '- r- - "t-'thafrhewasieipo- .1.1 ' tnn -- d "r - ' V -- v rf i.. Jv T.n . nil l? JUjT" 5i. !SjkJm. ::; i i '? THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HfrfllCNOlOfllifr t vt--c For The Fall A I TRADE t v1 V-- I Large Stock to Select from 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 r PERSONAL 4 have just received a large supply of General Merchandise from Cincinnati and oth .er Markets, and know that I can please you in quality and prices. Every available place in my store is taken up with goods, bought at tHe lowest prices, and I propose to sell at short profits. Come and see my clothing, Gents Furnishings, Fine Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Ladies Dress goods, the Latest Patterns. Woolen Goods, Hats, Caps, and Staples of all kinds, in fact everything you need can be found at my store, and Salesmen wilhtake great pleasure in showing you through. Now is the time to make selections. -- W. I. INGRAM Columbia, Ky. Bogard, Mo. 44444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444444 J Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Azbill and their Wchavc the largest stock of men's, daughter, Mrs. L. E. Schraum, of yonng men's and boy's suits and overCleveland, Ohio, are visiting in Co- coats ever shown in Columbia, V v l lumbia, stopping at the home of Mr. J Oct., 23, 1911. Russell & Co T. Page Editor News: Mr. W. R. i.y on, was here recently. .Miss Alva Knight, returned from her For Sale. home the If j ou will allow me a little Mr. T. fi. Stults, was-a- t home, in Jamastown, to the Lindsey first of the week. Wilson, a few days agi. She was ac- The farm lying on Big creek, known space in your good paper, I will M. Vance, returned to compained to Columbia by her mother. Mr. W. as the Lewis F Walker, farm. Call on try to give your many readers a ' Mrs. Mary Caldwell, Columbia Ky, for Springfield Mrs. W. S. KrJght. little news from this part of the Mr. Geo. R. Miller and his mother, information. Mr. W. C. Black. Creelsboro, was country. i Mrs. Lou Miller, rerurned home Satur- The News will not be published 'next We had a very dry summer MissjroUle:oldwell, has been .quite day night. The former has been(in week until Wednesday, as we will not Louisville and Cincinnati the latter ' sick for the "past week, receive the election returns until late here. We never fyad rain enough Mr- - R" W- - MiWer Mrs. J. J-- iicoker, Miami..vashoF- - visitinS h,er on' f Tuesday night. at one time to make the ground Minneapolis, Minn. r.nirnr in Columbia Friday. ' i Dr. G. W Bledsoe who ' went to Be at Clementsville, next Saturday too wet to work from the 29th of Mrs. J. P. Jaspar, was reported .quite f afternoon and hear Rolhn Hurt Louvl,,e April until September, and con, ill last Saturday night. t .entering the Medical University for Mr. Zach Samuell, is. reported qnite ,thistern?t decided after reaching the Remember that this paper will not be sequently the hay and oat crop borne sick at his cjty that nig health would not stand published next week until Wednesday. was very short. The wheat crop was he confinement, and returned i to .his Mr.HughCoe. Campbellsyille, When you enter the booth next Tues- - J was very good, corn was cultihome at Creelsboro. here the first of the week. day, do not forget tovote for Jim Gar vated well, and is pretty low Mr. J. W. Huston, of this place, nett. M;?. and Mrs. JRcaet tBaed ileft on a considering the dry summer. went to Louisville last week. On his trip to Louisri le, this .morning. accompained by his part- go, ,, ,. iraSurn he was "I told you how the election was The potato crop was almost a Mrs. tienryoreuiattiu.uri.u.iusiiit.1, , A.t'Wfc., M .. n wV TWrv nf Pit.tshunrh. ing," will be thecry for the next few u O failure. Good timothy hay is j'Rqth,. are visiting Mrs. i.--. B. Bradley. Pa., who will make headquarters here days. worth $16 per ton loaded on the Mr.f.R. F. Paull and .wife, spent for some time. These gentlemen are of last week tin Louisville. engaged in the oil business Hear Rollin Hurt, at Clementsville, car, clover $14, wheat is" worth .. severadays i .next Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. of Mr. Lae Mrs. C3ve, moiiier-in-la90e per pushel. Feeders are en-- 1 Commissionhtfs Sale. , Farris7Caneralley, is lying very low. ffice Plione 194 cramncr ciwn frnm ZCl fn Afl nant-lR.es. PIione"j3 I. "Mr. R.?J?J Breeding and fctr.G.Y. I" per bushel. Lots of cattle and .were here from Breeding Mem- - ADAIR CIRCUIT COUE.T, KENTUCKY toy-Mrhogs are fed here, but hogs have ) LJ. H. Wilson, Pis ntiff, Denfisf ; been dying in some localities vs WF Flancok, Frankfort, is J SaJlie iBrad-sha- ilary A. Bryant &c Defendant, j vvisiting heegpother, Mrs. - Ky. Columbia, with cholera. Several cars have By virtare of a Judgment.and Order j kusseli:BuJIdin& been shipped out during the last lot Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render'airs. Oris tt'arger. who was cguite ed.at the Sept, Term, thereof, 1911, in sfew days. They are worth about tsick for several weeks, has about re. the. above cause, I shall proceed to offer covered. LOUISVILLE MARKETS' 9 cent, ow. door in Coat the Court-hous- e lumbia" to the highest bidder, at Public 'Messrs. L. K Wilson and Arthur We have had lots of rain dur'itrockrcan, Russell Springs, were hse Auction, on Monday the 6th day of ing the last month, and lots of .November l&IS, at one o'clock p. m., or ,last Krkiay. Latest Quotations on Live Stock wheat was sowed in the mud. comrtyj therabout (beisg County Court)pon a Mr. .Horace Maeaie, of Taylor A ai. U1UI1L113 luc lununug uc- Farmers are just about through visited .his parents.iere last Friday acd CreUlL CATTLE t: Three scribed property, Saturday. $5.2o5.50: sowing. We had our first frost tracts of lai d lying in Adair and Shipping steer 4.7K(n)Z-ZL Glasgow, waa Metcalfe counties on the Columbia .and Roof oUoro Mr. J.. 3J- - Hatcher, 4754.85 last Saturday night, the 21st, so Fat heifers and cows here with his .father, Mr. D. E. Edmonton road he three tracts corati-tsitin- g Cutters.,.. 25o3.75 it wont be long until husking Hateber.. one farm. The first tract conCanners 1.252.50 . corn will be the order of the day. second tract a' 2 Mr. J S. feeding, who spent two tains 100 aexes, the 3.754.00 and the third traat Bulls week in Talor County, fsetuped home acre? more or Jess, 4.'505.00 Carroll county has an abundant contains aboitt 10 acres. All of said Feeders..... Saturday. StockerS lanns are fully discr&ed by meets and Thralm ' 30.00-42.- 50 ,"-- f Mr. B p.fstcoe, of Daaille, the to bond i the judgment and order of sale Choice milch cows 10.00-20.- 00 been several car loads of apples baccosalesmsm, worked AiJair county recorded in order Bosk No 12 page 469 Common to fair cows '. HOGS shipped out during the last few last week. in the Office of the Clerk of the Adair .75 days. ...-- W. Staples, left for the Circuit Court, to which reference is Choice 210 up They for 50 cents per 100 Mrs. G. 6.75 Mediums, 165 to 2L0.... market yesterday snd will l&r in her made for complete description. 4.50 pounds, equal to about 25c per millinerj;. For the purchase price, the purchaser Pigs 3.50 bushel. with approved surety or securities, Roughs Hands are paid $2 per Mrs Jennie Coffey and Mrs. Ellen must execute Bond, bearing legal inSHEEP AND LAMBS day for picking. "Wheat, visited at Montpelier, a few terest from day of sale until paid, and of last week. days 4.00 5.00 The proceedings of the Colum- having the force and effect of a Judg- Best lambs. t; Curd, representing J. Id. ment will be prepared to Bidders Mr. Dan b uswith ia Fair was :::::: :::;::::::. Robinson, Nortin & Co.. LouisvUle, comply promptly with these terms. great interest. 1 thmk you had GRAIN. W. A. Coffey,' Master Comtrissioner. was here a few days ago. ' Taylor and B. H. Gil-- 1 MessrrT.-W- . 90 the best premium list you have Wheat. Balked 7t Cold Steel so ever had. Carroll county has-- ! Corn.. . pin, GampbellBviHe, were in Colambieatwo or last wee. day or "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot Local Market: en't any regular county fair, but and Elva Mlurrell, off," said H. D' Ely, Bantam, Ohio, ' Misses Lena I has street Fairs of two days du Joppa, "Wre in Columbia Saturday, "although a horrible ulcer had been the plague of rny Jife for four years. . Inration at different places. We having some dental work done. 17 Eggs used Uhcklen's Arnica Salve, stead I Weldon, of Hart attended at Hale, Bosorth, Nor- Mr - 7. and my foot was soon comyletely cured. Hens'. f'athjS)?01" of Rev. J. W. Heals burns, Boils, Sores, Bruises, a, i borne and Bogard. They had 7, -. Columbia last week. Chickens WeldodiP'm a uiu'.-i- . U Pimples, Corns, Surest Pile cure, ' 3 gOOU exiliUUS at caun piav-c-. Cocks " wife, of 2T,c at Paull Drug Co. "" an ?? 'K I T7UIIA n- - ITola ma iMBlf AiniTl Mr. Jii1fer' ( .to-da- y. y. CLOSING OUT My Entire Stock of Ladies and Childrens Cloaks Mens and Boys Clothing All , ?. the above must go Regardless of Cost n -- HENRY INGRAM, Columbia, Ky. Campbellsville St, w- -- -- F Kalkenbtirs Hotel!! c s. Dr. T. A. Smith 4 w - . for-eal- J to-wt- cer--tat- in I NOTICE HAVING recently purchased the Patterson Hotel, I desire to say to the public 12, 1911, I will take charge of the Patterson Hotel, in1 Jamestown, Russell To., Ky., and same will be refurnished, and fixed so as to give the traveling public every convenience possible at a hotel in a small town. There will be a good feed stable run in connection with the hotel, and all pains will be taken to give the guest a pleasant stay while here. I will appreciate the patronage of every body that stops with me. In the near future I will open a general store in the store-rooof the build- N. B. FAULKENBURG. insr. that on, and after Nov., - m mid-wint- er I will close by wishing the Uutold wealth to producer?. News and its many readers'much success, and saying Hurrah! for Jim Gai nett. Yours truly, L. M. Wilmore. ;:: taxs - Advance of civilization-- . Economy of time Educational snd religous progress Better homes. ;' Harpier family. Quick commucatiou. Development of social centers. And Will .Bring To-day- .-, an!"' 9iting Ex-em- ,- -.' .- rlj Better schools and grater attend auce. 1 'H. i A&v&-JmSA--arftju- in this Turkeys firm tan s r -- counTlfirTho,nas; moher heilig' Dr.31.!. McClenJdh, who isiaikilled' ..,-- avis?! . ,jr i IU.lt , h I 51S2irMWh 't'L, MoTrfJ fit .- ' I erty -- wMksMMting the Circuit ,Cert kl?mScentralpiht,ini - phyBicUn,fand.wfco jprscticedhis, pro; will laaveafoixLib-- . feselont Rowena, for three.y ears', has iJircLean. . S ...'-'J'r, '. wifty wnere ne,wui pe wr( located at Jameatown'mrder'to' be.at -, Ducks rr., & Wobffail clipping: SoPiiprlircllHplncS'..,. x' , Gumn Stone, who was rearedjn US" . 3 GT,, ...s-i u ti: ijaair couuty ucai uuso, ujr wu t.XiUU flA ?TlS;iU3ni.1r. flmrm .m- -r VI I UllViC U11IJ -- a 4 ijirr. 13 Better health and. quicker mebical vr, -V - - attehteiftion?' unsli Ik ' J- - . w eadyrto .naanav uiaiinn I f ,.,... x AMlUWtrS , , 'J mm rix rk) . "t. :: i??:. .1 A r . ali VOirillf, w i ,.i oaiiietiAuij, nea aaiss o 'n: TV -- ! . .YtTl' or . ?JrV,f 4X Tak. AJfe. .Eubank, 0 viwtiftct MM.fcowe yaeyt f4 o ,t icaifeMuicteM. w vj y- m -- Jr ,T L -- i j 'iC3 rm. win -- .. . i Ji r"'"1 v Q-.-'- p VJ :' mnKtititi YHowiUot 'lllHRRJk. .-. T. K w Mi BWB iv : ."--- 1 ? r l j? F,vm s . !. .... 'jt , , ku ?JJ.--- '. ' j .fc . tn it MM3T 00 50 o 7 - - ' wren T- Saughter'of D& Wliett, forme M'rr i S 't t ' t t. i resident oi- . Oiumsis. uuma fferoraii; and Proaperity. W a sood .horn and k "doing' HwHarjarm-YauM- c .' F --- a kihu. .S ""' - -i "BetteASflS&tfiaftA cultivated lands -- di fcetter,Ri4s,ki. r ' Better ornna an A ? EKsrff-trsrA -- w - portal, more p; . r 4- ?: At Puk -i Sfcsa.-...:.rc- .- ;, iurecooK:aMMMo i 3E'W! "" " . Ui- - and -- k .;. ""."- - - '' " -- 4' ; 1' s ' f t . " jH -, - ifcvV.'jr ;. v 4f .v X -- .l ., - JS fe. THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS s ; "liir MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE So many of the ills of women are j Pepsin. It is woman's favorite laxa ue to habitual constipation, probably tive. You will find that you can do because of their false modesty on the away with salts, strong cathartics, subject, that their attention cannot be etc., which are entirely unsuited to too strongly called to the importance woman's requirements. of keeping the bowels open. It is Mrs. Katherine Haberstroh of M always important to do that, regardsex, but it is especially Kees Rocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. E. Her less of the rick of Wheeler, Mich., who was alimportant in women. most paralyzed stomach From the time the girl begins to bowels, are now in her by the useand of ceases this remedy. A cured sample bottle menstruate until mentsruation free she has always vastly better prospects can be obtained by Addressing Dr. of coming through healthy if she Caldwell, and after you are convinced rwatches her bowel movements. If you of its merits buy it of your druggist find yourself constipated, with bad fifty cents and one dollar a bottle breath, pimplv complexion, headaches, at For the free sample address Dr. W belching gas and other symptoms of indigestion and constipation, take B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell buildina ft small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Monticello, 111. FELT Curious HISPRESENCE. IN 3K IX Instance of Telepathy Described by John IVSuir. lonn Muir, in 4iis book, "ily First Paramer in the Sierras." relates a curious instance of telepathy. He spent he summer of lSi'O in the beautiful wilderness around the Yosemite valley. One day he was busily sketching on the .North Dome, when suddenly be became possessed with the notion that his friend Professor .1. D. Butler of the University of Wisconsiu was below him in the valley. He jumped up. full of the idea of meeting him. "being almost as much startled as if some one had unexpectedly touched him and made him look up. Instantly he went running down the slope and along the brink of the valley, looking for a way to the bottom, feeling drawn irresisti1 KU 7Ts My ! T W 7K NIX IN KlItI EMBER THAT 7K Nl IN IN In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 118. SOUTH BOUND Lvr Louisville Ar. Lebaso f hain 7.00 am n'o.27 9:42am No. 23............ ....8x15 am 10.01 am . 5:05 pm No. 79 ...... 7:40pm No 21 8:00pm 100Tb ... 9rfK) pfej 650 pm. 0.93 NOHTH BOUND L & N. Time Card ' ' , is 7K .is - Nl kain a.24 0.78 c.28 fo. 22 Lv. Lebanon 5:43am Ak. hisvilu 18J5 am Nl 72am 92 and TIN 420pm 628 pm bZ ... 70 am ' 7N Nl 'x IN I The Adair County News Is Going To The io. Nl Nl 92 No. 722am are Sunday trains (oly. 6.55pm g:5 pn I')d5.am 7lN Nl Nl 7K vV bly. ?N Nl ) 4 Sash, Doors, Blinds, A Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, " PUGfJBS A Stair Work, COlUPAfY BLINDS. Interior Finish, Etc. -- Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. Gradually his common sense convinced him that he could not possibly reach the hotel 'until after everybody would be asleep for the night. He therefore compelled himself to stop, but the next day be went into the Talley and found that Professor Butler had arrived the evening before, unexpected by anybody. He had been four or five miles distant at the moment when llr. Muir was so suddenly apprised of his presence. "He had just entered the valley by way of the Coulterville trail." says the author, "and was coming past El Capitan when his presence struck me. Had he then looked toward the .North "Dine with a good glass he might have seen .me jump up from my work and run toward him. This seems the one well defined marvel of my life of the kind called supernatural." wilmore W. mm Pr-o- p 7In- IN Nl Nl 7!n b IN Cash Basis And is Indebted for the Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next 7lN fJ. CUILiraOFJE, First-Cla- ss r Table IN Nl Good Sample Roome b Nl IN TIN Nl Nl XN l that Everybody who 7Jn nj Tin Feed Stable Reasonable Rates IN Nl IN Nl GKftDYVILLe. KY 7K IN Nl IN 7iN Few Weeks "N IN Nl Nl 'IN 'IN C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON Nl Nl 7K VETERINARY 7lN Nl IN Nt 7lN Nl IN RESURRECTION PLANT. t 9 4 Wi. t E. L incorporated. HUGHES CO., , LOUISVlLLE,gKY. U. G. HARDWICK. Pres. J. H COCKE. V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED piiiiiWiGHTS 1301 TttlRTeeNTrf-Mftl- ' DEALERS IN I 188- 9- mflCHiNiSTs LOUISIILLe ENGINES. ECILERS, SAW MLIS. N. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work N?Nr vS&miPm vf.' ISth' x m . t 2 r- -v ' 1 The Range of Vision. Data have been gathered in Germany with reference to the distance at which All Kinds of Machinery Repaired persons may be recognized by their faces and figures. If 'one has good eyes, the Germans claim, one cannot recognize a person whom he has seen but once before at a greater distance than et). twenty-fiv- e meters (eighty two If the person is well known to one, one may recognize him at from fifty to a hundred meters, and if it is a member of one's family, even at 150 meters. The whites of the eyes may be seen at meto twenty-eigh- t from twenty-seve- n ters and the eyes themselves at sev enty-twmeters. The to seventy-thre- e different parts of the body and the Adair County slightest movements are distinguishameters. The limbs ble at ninety-on- e "Friday session 0 a. m. show at 1S2 meters. At 540 meters a Called to order S. J. PATRICK moving man appears only as an indefimeters Prayer B.M.CURRIE nite form, and at 720 the body(2,361.6 are no feet) the movements of Welcome Address HON. PAUL SMYTHE longer visible. Scientific American. Response S. J. PATRICK Election of Delegates to attend Farmers Institute, 11 o'clock Friends. Put your heart into the search for a FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSION p. m. friend, freely offer assistance to any of the crowd who needs it, and, soonThe Mission of the Farmer S. J. PATRICK er or later, you will find a band outCood Roads CHAS. HARRIS stretched toward yours, and your soul will meet its likeness. Do not imitate 4 Hogs and their Diseases W. T. KANE those who, shut up in their individualK Manures and Fertilizer W. A. CAPE ity as in a citadel, indifferent to ail passers by, yet send forth on the four General Discussions by Institute winds of heaven the melancholy cry, Grasses, their value and uses W. T. KANE 'There are no friends!" They do exist, be sure of it, but only for those SATURDAY MORNING SESSION 10 a. m. who seek, for those deeply interested in the search and for those who do not Prayer B. M. CURRIE remain content to spin out the thread Agriculture in PubKc Schools S. J. PATRICK of life in a corner like a spider's web. Intended to catch happiness. General Farming GOV. HINDMAN Crime against soil in Adair Co., H. B. GARNETT Halleck and Drake. How to "get stand of Clover and value W. T. ROWE Fitz Greene Halleck the poet and farming on Ridge C. C. ROE author of --"Marco Bozzaris." who died In 1867, is buried hi the Halleck fam- -' t'GenerakDiscussion by Institute ily plot in the Alderbrook cemetery at "Crop Rotation W. A. CAPE Winsted, Conn. The body of hi3 friend, Joseph Rodman Drake, the auSATURDAY AFTERNOON' SESSIONS p. m. thor of "The American Flag," rests In the old Hunt burying ground In Bronx Feeding and Development of Live stock borough, New York cityf now W.T.KANE as Drake's park. Magazine of known Ameriv Poultry and Gardening JUDGE H, C. BAKER can History. Peas a soil restorer J. A. ENGLISH v Corn and its cultivation Rvmantic Spain, (a) preparation of soil "Tell me about Spain, romantic Spain." (b) seed selecting and breeding. "yrUf"' said the motorist, "there are (c) cultivation - S. J. PATRICK .a few bad places as. you comev dowa w CaMleaad Hofs the moaataias, R.F.PAULL 'roads are prettybat in the mla the jrood.' Washington ' -- R. HPRICE Herald- - ' , AV ;'C1wer etc , 7 W. A. CAPE A SAM BREEDING 'Aw.jm rtw Vrooa the taiie with an Farmers k.' W.TKANE l --ZmI, ,' . JOBBING WORK SOLICITED -- sKjssfes umm'AswiS.&&& 3ssassrn Jar T3 . "g3?SS && jftJSrf.. r . t ' trf&MiVa . r l r 'jri S5l' tlnl SttSSTB., r It Comes to Life, After Drying Up, if Plunged Into Water. One of the most extraordinary plants in the world is undoubtedly that known to botanists as Anastatica, commonly called the Resurrection plant or occasionally the Rose of Jericho. It is an annual inhabiting the Egyptian defert. It is so" highly hygromet-ri- c that when fully developed it' contracts its rigid branches so as to constitute a ball. Exposed then to the action of the wind it is blown hither and thither toward the sea. when it is gathered and exported to Europe. If then, when apparently- - dead and dried up. its root is plunged into water, the buds swell with new life and leaves of its calyx ope'n, the petals un fold, the flower stalk grows and the full blown flowers appear as if by magic. When removed from the water the plant returns to its original apparently dead condition until again placed in water: hence. Its title of the Resurrection plant There are many superstitious tales concerning this so called rose afloat In the east. It is said to have first bloomed on Christmas eve and continued to flower till Easter, at its birth heralding'the advent of the Redeemer, and immediately before his departure honoring his resurrection. T. P.'s London Weekly. IN 'IN JN 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 New Names to our al ready Large List IN Nl 7(N Nl 7K Nl 7K IN nu: IN Nl IN Nl ?s IN Special Attnetin lo E)es IS Nl IN Ts Nl IN IN 7K Nl Spavin or any surFjstulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Won ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED 71n Nl Nt 7K Nl BlGHES"PESinCE. STREET. 7tN Nl IN 0NBURKSV1LLE IN N IN i IN IN Joseph Nl H. Stone, w 7K Attoney-At-La- i Nl IN IN Will practice in this and'adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, 7K IN IN IN Nl $1.50 OneDollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Miwia -- - IN IN Why Sid. IN K IN Nl 7K IN Not JN , !- -- - b IN Nl' 7r. Nl Nl IN Nl- 7K l ?i - 7K TN PROGRAM Farmers Institute 1 -- Nl IN Courier Journal One Year 7TC Read The I v Nl Courier o Louisville Times and News . Journal? 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BaWBW v&x-tfp-t423i- -' i utO-- '- -. r J ' ' TY HALL. i lJy 'jsr -- r you deeire, bat be urt. to tad your aibtcription order t to this paperNOT to fee uoomrivue. hy. s. J mmu - 3 - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ORIENTAL RUGS. ONE WAY TO SAVE MONEY. 1 suflked five years, with awful pains, due to womah- ly troubles;" writes Mrs. . D. McPherson, from Chad- -, bourn, N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in ray side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By trie time the third bottle was used, I could do aH my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Gave Up Hope LARDU I Woman'sTomc For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak'women strong and welL During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chattsr.ooga." Medicine Co. ChattjtnoojaTenn., for Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 49 ge TAKE fhe EiSZ ERfJ Res. 'Phone 29. Office 2)i . g. 2)unbar BUILDING. RING 'Phone 40- - 2)entist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr. James Triplet! Dentist, Vheir Worth Hangs on the Numbtr f Knots to the Square Inch. For ages reaching far back into the mists of antiquity, weaving has been the work of women, though the modern factory of the west has" brought about changes In this respect "In the unchanging east weaving Is, with few exceptions, women's work. In the interior of Asiatic Turkey and in Persia the patriarchal system still exists and the sons bring their wives home to live. I have known as many persons to live in one as4 thirty-fiv- e dwelling," writes Mrs. Eliza Dunn in her book, "Rugs In Their Native Land." "The mother-in-lais queen of the household, and every morning assigns to each woman and girl her task for the day." Methods of working as well as patterns are traditional, according to the same author, and some designs are peculiar to special families or tribes and become so familiar tha the older workers produce them from memory. The art of tying in the yarn has to be learned very slowly. The younger children are allowed to tie in only one solid color on the plain background, but when a girl becomes fairly expert she is allowed to make a whole rug, and traces of individuality may be looked for In her weaving. The two classes of rug, Turkish and Persian, are distinguished by the kind of knot in which they are tied, the Ghiordes, or Turkish, the Senna, or Persian knot. The number of knots to the square inch is one of the tests of value of a modern rug. and the fact that more can be tied to the square inch in a Persian than in a Turkish rug ac counts for the greater fineness and consequently greater costliness of the former. w THE PARTHENON. you. Contract a Good Sized Debt. Then Work Hard Till Its Paid. Perhaps you think you can't save. You have debts. Well, the way to cure, a debt is by contracting another one. You meet your debts, do you not? Well, contract a debt to the bank. Just agree with yourself that you owe the bank $1,000 and must pay this debt in small installments a dollar or two or five out of each week's wages'. Then pay that debt. The bank, unlike your other creditors, pays you for the use of your money and will return It to you in time with interdst. For you are a partner with it. It is yourbank and its business is to make money for Most Beautiful Edifice Ever Erected by Man. The Parthenon on the Acropolis at Athens, the most beautiful edifice ever erected by the hand of man, was wrecked by a Venetian bomb on Sept. 26, 1687. it Was the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 191! JEFFRIES 'jEgONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK' COVERED DISHES. O OL.UMB1A. KENTUCKY Sm;AV)(iXSXy 8XSX WEEKLY 60URI ER - JOURNflL HENRY:WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in polities. 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 BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS for $1.50 if vou will give or send your order to this paper nof to the Courier-Journa- l. ' First Used In the Dark Ages to Guard Food From Poison. From the days when our ancestors took their food in their hands and ate it with as little ceremony "as a dog gnaws a bone to the present time of elaborate dinners is a long step, but a gradual one. It was a number of centuries before dishes of any kind, were used, add knives and forks as adjuncts to eating are later still. The fear of poison which haunted the mind of every person of quality during the mid- die ages gave rise to certain curious customs and even to certain supersti- tions. When dishes are now served covered, it is understood that it is merely for the purpose of keeping them warm. This was jiot, however, the principal reason why they were served covered during the dark ages. It was the fear that poison might be introduced Into them surreptitiously between the kitchen and the table where they were to be served to the kings or .the lords or even to persons of infe- rior rank. The covers were not removed till the master of the house had taken his place. All dishes afterward served were brought on the table in the same manner. It was the custom originally when the dishes were uncovered for some of the servants to first partake of them, but this custom was afterward in part replaced by the servants touching the food with one of several objects which were regarded as infallible preservatives against poison. Cornered. "You must have called me late this morning, Sylveua. .It was 12 o'clock when I reached the office. And I had an important appointment for 10 o'clock, too." "Why. I called you at 7:30, John." "Was the clock right?" "Yes: I set it last night when you came home. You remember I called downstairs when you came in and asked you what time it was. And you said 10:30. The clock in my room said l:4fi. so I turned it back to agree with your watch, and. of course, I called you by the correct time this morning." null alo Ex'.mss. Prairie Chickens. s The prairie was once so abuntla'.t thsit in Kentucky, where the slr.ve fed it to thej negroes. '!?;' tired or it and begged their mas-- ! :?rs not to mak them eat it. It was era.; only known as "nigger bird." To '.ind the prairie chicken now one must tramp the isolated regions o'f the west. Even in Indian territory a hunter Is considered luckv if he even gets a shot at one. I have heard the old settlers say that the prairie chicken was once more abundant than the English sparrow is now. Popular Science Monthly. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 $2.00 I Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr We can afive you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. s j J j(IX&SS'Siw$ )(?XSS ) i ELLW00D 26 INCHES WIRE FENCE PER ROD ft The Same Old Issue. He had just launched the momentous question. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long The pretty girl shook her head. our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights "No." she replied. Then she blithely as added, "But we can always remain . and styles of Ellwood tand Square Mesh Fences. good friends." He smiled bitterly as he reached for .uJLIliiiSiLr , ? his hat. "Reciprocity without annexation!" lie muttered and stalked away. Cleveland Plain Dealer. HIGH AT 17 CENTS I Li f i . Bat ml .. v T imwu . . . . lt vc.iw ui .LVOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD , rirh't''rail. kit... ?ij.tciiiibi ! Jt ' ' rJV&TAitJF'iPit - .. 1 .. V E A I1--11 . .. i1 iwtiii ijjum STYLE) MADE M SX HEIGHTS .w ". iwwMit 2525S3lft!af . . fifvi (with a chirp) Oh. Mr. Fairleigh! Of course you may be Frank with me but this so sudden. Frank Fairleigh Yes. Miss Antique, to be frank with you Miss Antique Frank. . Hardware, Farm Implements, and Roofing. Walter (aged five) Papa, when I grow up may 1 get married? Papa My son, I regret to see you anticipate trouble so early in Vneo life.--Chica- Precocious Youth. DEHLER BROS., ll&fSast Market-Street-, go News. Between Firstand Brook. ur en . vm bury animosity a not set. headstone over Ilk fpfk-r-Iclc- - Louisville, Kyv vT BRIGHTER, BETTER," When you start a bank account you become a capitalist, a banker, an investor in securities and a substantial BIGGER THAN EVER m citizen, interested in the development of your town and country. You acTHE'.REGULAR PRICE OF quire standing, respect, peace of mind. Your point of view is changed. You kind. no longer "see red." Your fellow men The master artists of the nations THE LOUISVILLE TIMES appear to you as they really tire cohave been trying. for more than 200 workers and friends not oppressors or years to make something that would schemers against .your welfare. You look like the Parthenon, but so far hav,e done your part, you have unified jLheit efforts have been in vain, and the IS your,Jnterests with the right ones-cau- ght dismantled pile on the Acropolis still step with the march of- - progwears the crown of architectural exress. cellence. If YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEk This famous building, made of the It is only those who resist this march that get hurt. Don't get under the finest Pentelic marble, is 22S feet in car get in it. Going in debt to he length by 101 feet in width, with a TO US, YOU CAN GET , bank means going in debt to yourself, height at the apex of the pediment of feet. Its cost was $S.250.000. to your family, to the general good. sixty-fiv- e This should be the most sacred of your reckoned in present day values. The obligations and should come first. It renowned frieze of the Parthenon ran Is the "preferred creditor." and you'll along the top of the wall forty feet find that aii your other creditors will from the ground. It was three and a half feet in height and 520 feet in be willing to stand back while you pay it. For it insures the payment of length and represented the great, procession, which was held AND every other obligation. A man who every five years in honor of Athena, is saving is trusted and helped. His credit is good. He can "do things." the protecting goddess of the city. For 2,000 years this glorious temple People place confidence in him. Chistood there on the Acropolis as perfect cago Tribune. as it was when Phidias completed ir. nearly500 years before the birth of DAVID GARRICK. Christ, and-i- t would have been standing just as complete today but for that BOTH ONE YEAR The Great Actor's Art and His Wife's rascally Venetian shell. In the year Ruffled Feelings. mentioned above Athens, still in the admiration of her possession of the Turks, was besieged Mrs. husband's dramatic talents was in- by the Venetians, and a bomb from tense, and On his great nights she one of their guns falling through the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is would hang over her box next the roof of the Parthenon, in which the ' stage in rapturous delight. The one Turks had stored a lot of powder. ' flaw in her idol, she claimed, was a it the ruin it has ever since remained. the best afternoon paper printed ! Rev. T. B. Gregory in Now York taste for low life, for which she blamed anywhere. ' him greatly insisting that he loved American. I better to play Scrub to a low lived Has the best corps of corres, A Way They Have In Germany. audience than one of his superior char"One day while I was in a big beer acters before an audience of taste. pondents. On one particular occasion she was garden in Bavaria." said a returned traveler, "a handsome young officer in in her box in the theater when Covers the Kentucky field perimpersonation of Richard III. a magnificent new uniform came In was applauded to the echo. In that and seated himself at a nearby table. fectly. day a farce followed the tragedy of the There was brought to him a big radish, evening, and as Mrs. Garrick rose to several slices of rye bread and a tall Covers the general news field leave before it her husband came to mug of beer. Theu I saw that handthe tail tie box to say he had some business some young officer draw from uniform completely. pocket of that magnificent in the greenroom which would detain ! HTtiic lie, him. so most unwillingly the lady was cmTMfiliInrr ntnnnoil in nnnai Has the best and fullest mar unrolled, a sweet smile playing about obliged to acquiesce and remain his blond mustache as he did so. and kets reports. through the closing entertainment. This proved to be a comical series of at last a piece of sausage seven or blundering adventures which had be- eight inches long was revealed. My DEMOCRATIC in politics, bui fallen a countryman who had left his astonishment at this sight was carefarm to see Loudon and on his return fully concealed. I doubt if any officer fair to everybody. gave his neighbors an account of the of our infantry would dare attempt such a movement on the subsistence SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPwonders he had met. department." Indianapolis News. This characterization was received with such peals of applause that Mrs. Garrick, ever zealous of her husband's The Cleanliness of Animals. TION RIGHT AWAY fame, began to think it rivaled those Man seems to he the only animal lately lavished on Richard III. Iler whose food soils him, making necesfeelings were nearly worked up to fe sary much washing and shieldlike bibs TO THIS PAPER-Louisvil- not to The i ver heat when she was attracted by and napkins. Moles living in the earth Times. the frantic efforts of her little spaniel and eating slimy worms are yet as dog to overleap the balcony that sepaclean as seals or fishes, whose lives are rated him from the stage, when she one perpetual wash. The squirrels in immediately became aware of the truth these resiny woods keep themselves Franks Here. that the actor was Garrick and ex- clean in some mysterious way; not a claimed, , "Strange that a dog should hair is sticky, though they handle the know his master when the woman who gummy cones and glide about appar E.T.Franks, of Owensboro, loved him best in the world could not ently without care. The birds, too. are ' clean, though they seem to make a . pierce his disguise." good deal of fuss washing and clean- - j one of the Repub lican candidates j ing their feathers. From "My First for Governer who was mashed' His Biggest Failure. j j John Jacob Astor was asked one day Summer In the Sierra's," by John Muir. i machine in the up by the what was the largest amount of mon' ey Old Wedgwood. he had ever made in one transwas in Modern Wcdj wood is of greatly in- - (Louisville convention, action. This he declined to answer, but said that he would tell the (Iargest ferior Frankfort yesterday on business sum that he failed to make. With hie Wedgwood will ever be reached 'with one of the State Depart- De Witt Clinton and Gouverneur Morris, he said, he had planned to buy again. Of all his creations in jasper Louisiana from France and to sell it his reproduction of the famous Port- - j merits. Mr. Franks is regarded . land, or Barberini. vase (the original i to the United States government, retaining the public domain and charg- of which is in the British museum) is as one of the best stump sperkers About 1700 ' tie Republicans have in per cent commission. They the most important. ing 2 at great expense attempt-changed their minds and Mr. Astor said that he lost 30.000.000 by failing ed to make fifty' replicas of his vase. tucky and for eight or ten years to go into the deal. but it is believed that not more than hag been makjno; speeches in all thirty-fiv- e were actually finished. Of these original pieces only about fifteen parts of the State for the Re- Fancy Prices In 1849. identified-Argon- aut. A tourist lately on the Pacific slope have been publican nominees, but he has picked up a menu used in . when not taken xhe stump this year AncierU Sausages. California was the mecca of gold minAntiquaries are baQled in their at- ers. The items and prices in that wild for Judge O'Rear. He did not country ran as follows: "Bean soup. tempts to ascertain when sausages j $i; hash. low grade. 75 cents: hash. first became an article of human con- - say anything about politics here ve know at least that IS carat. SI; beef, plain, $1; beef, with sumption. ambng the ancient Greeks sausages, yesterday, but one of his close one potato. $1.15: baked beans, plain. were friends said Franks would make 75 cents: baked beans, greased, $1; called "allantes" and "chonjai, two potatoes. 50 cents: two potatoes, a common article of diet, and every j? 4.i. i peeled. 75 cents; rice pudding, 75 cents. schoolboy knows, or ought to know. " apeecueb xui tue xveyuuiiuau black puddings andjsau-- 1 ticket ia this campaign, Frank- sage sellers appear in the comedies of The Privilege of Wealth. ford News. "That man. is getting to be a regu- Aristophanes. London Telegraph, lar customer here." Sad Feelings, "Yes, and he must be a multimillion' The judge at Greenville de"Jaggsby takes even his pleasures aire." nadly." "Why so. Majme?" Yet the nounced lawlessness. "He does?" to ask to see some"He ain't afraid "Yes. and td" such an extent that same judge at Frankfort said thing cheaper if he- - feels so inclined." when .he goes on n spree he never sees -- Pittsburg Post. dowrT green serpents, pink monkeys or pur- "you can not ram an idea ple elephants like other fellows. He an Anglo-Saxo- n brain with' a Quick Conclusion. sees nothing but black snakes." Baltias- "I see that one convict fatally That speech at more American. saulted another." Frankfort was construed by the "They must have some bad raent In Easily Spotted. that penitentiary." Cleveland Plain of the state as "Is this dress apt to be easily spot- night riders Dealer. ted?" she inquired. official backing in their plan of "At least four blocks off, 4 should Depends. The judge seems Ted Would you marry a girl who judge." answered the gentlemanly lawlessness. clerk. Washington Herald. sued you for breach of promise? N4 to have seen a light since that: That w'eoML depend on wberbsr. one end in view-il- soaker meeting in this city several year. Wko kee wop? the jutt . Philadelphia Tirav v thlBgs wire. Browning." since. jpra&KiortJNews. When the sun rose on the morning of that evil day the "finest building on the finest site in the world" stood arrayed in all its glory, just as it did when Pericles received it from th hands of Its divine architects and builders, just as it did when Plato and Socrates gazed with wonder upon its simple majesty, and when that day's sun went down the glorious temple was a wreck. Its majesty dismantled. Its beauty marred forever. This wonderful buildingeven in its ruins, has charmed the world for going on three centuries, and while those ruins endure they will continue their hold upon the artistic sense of man- $5.00 YEAR. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Pan-athen- ic THE L0U1SVILEE TIMES Ga-ric- k's FOR ONLY $4.50. lft Gar-rick- 's i ! le -- ! I I i I I ! .Rear 'JTTI !I,,TS ! Ken-Wedgwo- od ( , lS-iS- ... i T..ui:nn that-sausage- s. j bayonet." ' -- l a ri - vl' - '? ,V ? - ' '' ! fy . !: St" t--X. . r .- -. rrU-- " ,- - :'.-- !'- .V -- :t Tr ti--J u it 8 Gradyville. r THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i V J. A. Diddle was at last Saturday. Greens-bur- g WE PAY EXPRESS FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged; Rug audi Drapery Miss Pearl Hindman and Dr. U. L. Taylor, of Columbia, were here the first of the week. Mr. W. L. "Thursday. Morrison & Baker are receiving a nice lot of hickory logs here ORDER BY NAIL Levy's Special Suits for Men CLOTHES FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. 0 Winters and Department With its wonderful selection of the best that the market affords, offers Special attractive Bargains everyday in the- - week. The Fall Line of Carpets-Linole- um daughter were at Columbia last We Handle None Bat the Best Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs 2fr J2L "C at this time. Mrs. Blakey Dulin continues in a very critical condition. Crit Yates, of Columbia, jp 3S putting in all of his time at tins place drilling wells. Mr. Everett Cook, mother and son, are visiting relatives in Hart county, this week. Our stocks are so large that you have every style and. pattern, and size, and shape from which select: and we make buying: BY MAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the sto: We have special things that you can Bret NOWHERE ELSE, such as : ai 02 I"CSS mfS Jl Jr Makes shopping at our store pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You welcome afc Louisville's Big fJamef. anJ T?'.- are-alway- s - and all the Leading Lines of Store. FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. O ATAJCOO- IRE3E. We a USSSi onreVutS0' " - Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, i8SUe Incorporated . 522 and 524 West Markef.St. Tilden Wheeler sold his farm Mention this paper and write us fuUy for anything you want in our line, and you'll get a prompt and satisfactory answer.. And if anything1 you buy here is not exactly what you want it may be last week, to Gilliam Breeding, returned and your MONEx will be immediately REFUNDED. consideration not known. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. Members Retail Merchants Association. 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. A House Established Our town was full up last FREE DEMONSTRATION V week of commercial men. The Third Wheat sowing is about over in and Bright this section. Over an average Spot. Market. crop sown. Walker Bros., of Nell, passed LOUISYILLE, through here the first of the week, en route for Louisville. Several cases of diptheria in this community of a very mild Rev Campbell officiated. May children, spent from Friday until Knifley. form. Monday last week, in Taylor Co. ' the remaindar of their days be Health is very geod in his Mrs. W. P. Flowers and spent in happiness, is the wish of section except colds. Irvin's Store. daughters, accompanied by Mrs. their many friends. Nice rains have softened the W. B. Moore and daughter visMr. J. F. Pendleton, our live Jack frost visited us three ited relatives at Jamestown, the stock man, is getting very busy land so the farmers can plow for mornings first of this week, and wheat and corn, and they are Drawn from actual photograph Stumps blasted cut into firewood, m first of the week. as the days go by, buying and our farmers are now gathering Waller Morrison, of Milltown, selling stock. He sold last week making good use of the time. corn. Mr. G. G, Watson, is reported was here Friday, moving a boil- forty head of cattle to stock Most of the wheat is sown and very sick, bordering on pneuer for Morrison & Baker. is up nicely because ofgoodr ains. men of Metcalf and Green coun- monia. Dr. L. C. Nell was at Colum- ty at prices from 3 to 4 cents per Tobias Wade is home again Mr. J. J. Hnmphery's will rebia, last Friday, and on his re- pound. Also shipped a car load after a short sojourn in 111. move from our town to Terre turn home His daughter, Miss to the Louisville market. We M. T. Wilson and Dr. Ham Haute Ind., as aoon as he can Christine, accompanied him. mond and little son, Grady, were have taken special notice to Mr. sell out. The protracted services at Un- Penelton's buying, and he is Mas. Gauda Mann, of Taylor in Louisville last week. Dr. J. M. Blair, has moved to ion, will begin on . Friday night ready at all times for a deal at Drawn from actual photograph. Ten months later $800.00 worth of celery per acre Co, was visiting relatives in this Ono. before the first Sunday in No- the market price, regardless of section a few days last week. Come and learn the modern, quick, cheap and C. A. Hammond, of Russell vember, conducted by their pas- the quality of the stock. Jf you Mrt Abe Sherrell, who has safe way to use the giant force of dynamite to Springs, was through here tor, Rev. J. R. Crawford. Ev- have any thing to sell all you been sick so long is reported betyesterday. Remove Stamps and Boulders. Plant Trees. Dig Ditches. ery body invited to attend. have to do is to let him know that ter. The Price Brothers, have finBreak Up Subsoils and Make Old Farms Produce Big Craps. The election will soon be a you are on the market for a deal, A. Hovious, one of our merch-ant- s ished sawing a large lo t of logs thing of the past, and it is gen- and he certainly will buy your has enlarged his store house RED here, many white folks could imerally conceeded by every body stock. Such a man is worth a and stock of goods also. CROSS prove by taking pattern after that the Democratic party every great deal to a community. Mrs. Rettie Hancock, spent a industrious pair. Will Be Demonstrated on the Farm oi where from constable up will be few days last week with her this Fonthiil. Mrs. Ion Smith with two litt'e T. W. Buchannon, 4 mile west of town on Main St:, Cam elected. brotner Mr. Henry Tupman, boys and her mother, visited bellsville, Ky., October 21st, 10 a. m. The three big frosts last week, near Joppa. friends and relatives here and at Red Cross Dynamite is sold by Sanders Bros. Co.,Smith & Flora, put our farmers in shape for We had a fine rain Sunday. M. V. Dunbar, sold one calf Fonthiil, this, week. Every one Campbellsville, Ky., Reed Hardware Co., Columbia, Ky. gathering, and we are sorry to We have had several good to W. E. Bryant for $12. was glad to see them. " "" ,...,, ... -1 say that the crop on our ridge frosts in this community recntly. 0. G. Hendrickson, bought LouisYour scribe, on a trip to land this season, is just a little Corn gathering and wood cut- some calves from different parties ville last week, with a stop at The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al atove a failure. While our botin this section at $12 50, each. ting is all the go. Liberty, Houstonville Moreland Both One Year for $1.50. tom land is fairly good, we take So mnch rain in this section is and Junction City, heard less it that we have the shortest crop Rev. tremble, filled his regular causing-corto rot in the field said about the election, than any of corn in this section, that we appointment at Friendship Sun- and hay to spoil in the stack. Mr. Bartleson, reprentative Miss Dora Conover, at the organ. thing else. Mr. Liston Lawless, who lived for Curry Tunis C. Norwood, have had for years. day. Being so rainy a small Mr. John Hadley, our miller at spoken of Lexington, Ky, was here one day with Mrs. Martitia Carter, has, James Garnett, was Watson will move back to his The five new buildings that are crowd was presant. more than any other candidate, last week. returned to his father's farm. farm near McGaha, in' the near going up in our town at this time C. M. Hatter, the hustling Rev. Jessie L. Murrell and probably because he was attendfuture. ' are nearing completion, and grocerman for E. L. were Born to the wife of Mr. James ing Grand Lodge, but he certain- wife, of Campbellsville, Martin, was Mrs. A. C. Wheeler and daughwhen completed will all be occuly will be at the head of the visiting their friends in this Oaks, a boy. As they have 9 calling on our merchants, Tues- ter Lilly, pied. These dwellings certainly visited Mrs. J. B. Watcommunity last week. The for girls, Jim you know is all smiles. ticket. day. son, one day last week. are a great improvement to our mer having: accepted a work at Little Hermon Wilson, who Several irom here attended Mr. John Rule, was looking Owensby, town, and we can almost boast Montcello, will enter upon the lives with his uncle Mr. S. B. if? the big sale at Dunnville, over W. L. Russells farm, one of having the second best town discharge of his dnties at once. Most ,oi the farmers are Collins, has been quite sic k with Fayette, the little son of Mrs. day last week with the view of in the county in population and Mr. J. W. Rexroad, a brick through with their wheat sowing. peculiar kind of sore Anouth, .also in business, and the pros- J. H. Smith, who has been sick buying. There was a large crowd in mason, of French Valley, was a pects are flattering for several for the past week is better at Mr. and Mrs.,H: B. Ingram, attendance at Jamestown Mon- here last "week constructing a but is "very much improved at were in our section a few days day the first day of Cirouit court, chimney for Mr. M. L. Owens. new buildings going up during this writing. this writing. x the winter and early Spring Rice Bros, gave a musical en- last week.' Mrs. Mack Clements, is on the Messrs. James Garnett and Rol-li- n 3JGE GHEMB Tlttli WOOD Corn in stalk falling in this month's. tertainment, at U. G. Rexroats, Hurt, addressed the people in sick list at this writing. 4I A It section and will have to be cribed the forenoon, in the interest of Mr. J. K. P. Aron, has moved fi I I !Mr. G. T. Flowers on his re- last night. m r?t n earlier than common. The entertainment at Hillis turn from Louisville, last week, the Democrat State ticket and into his new house. Z. T. Gabbert, has a pro- Hon. Caleb Powers, in the afterDr. fflU The meeting at Freedom J.4V 4iad the pleasure of stopping Smiths School, Eriday night, over to see his old friends, J. E. was quite a success. A large ject on foot to move Roley about noon, in the interest of the Re- church, conducted by Eld. Kirby, !rnn three miles down the creek and publican State ticket. has closed. We failed 4to learn .Rice and JamesHarmon, who in crowd and splendid order. MANUrACTURSO BY days were citizens of Wheat is looking fine in this half sole Knifley with the same. sMr. Julan Long and family, the exact results but persume M Stswart Iron Wsiks GsnEanif y I The first frost fell 4iere the of Ucum, have moved to Mrs. they were good. r t)ur town.' Hr. Flowers inform- community. Martitia Qarter's farm. 'Mrs. Mr. J. E. Murrell, of the "Whoso Feoec received the Highest ed us thai' Kis old friends and Mrs. R. P. Smith, otfjHumble, night ofiOct, 23. " $ f Vfy' . AsaCorlin, boughC oifeVlalf Carter wnTlive in the house with News, was m Jamestown. v Mon-da-y irair.Et.Losis.lJKM.' theirSwHijHlies were enjoying IX nrg wm irom Mr. is, srm-KxmL reiauves TKejiare fine people and mt; 4LM2 j?e shaking hands and taking cu'y.' Price Imb than arcspctaW wood tfcrSbfh&ftltti, WPffiA ;?' visiBar jmjjb W..at i m ay not repiacoywir'wd one we&'jmmm Cane we are glad to havethem in our orders. tfery thinfe1 ttfaVioe ? There not verv mimh hainn- ,r The'Murrell Bros, SMat, attractive IMWresCE; 0& ,, is -" ItllM AUFKTnc." ? ryWe$ bgah work on The JM ygnons m, ' &&? RJUWHNLlbiir, mUXif&t!-:m3m?3 mown is MKMMMeenea. saw. cmpcik m fipjg rncoac& w?hMvm. UK fitnCr.cU?: now progressing oemg conauccawMNi . i v M Tprm skzix- rxrarr msm " fl IZIQCmUM St rf t H S "10 m l WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. LEVY'S FARMING WITH DYNAMITE ! ! i 1OT DYNAMITE 3-- ..- -- . . ., n 1 to-da- y. u 1 im . it IlkSQi! ipd hy-go- ne V plenf gkmMhMimmr$n rr 'mm. lem&mMM .te ,. a; Lbv; '- ?v ynHktfM i , Sii ugteforimi or . to - H9ffifW.l afc-A"v6v -- i"i -- . .ViiBP aEK? TaSDatnK ii "ir atTH1", .UH.'f 7VHHMM ii"j im "1BF js Mr. Jfy t Cotton ."5''4 m highly awy-- mg gyim iV IflHwiVWMr IMlI nyed .v ., A by ail --- pretext . '' , ,. c ,, vt - -- f r.. til mm'm . tK ' , via, . s ?