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The Republican Municipal ticket wet ticket, was elected in Bowling Gaeen but the county gave a Democratic Majority. Dr, R. A. Sanders, Dem., was elected to the State Senate from Taylor, Jdarion and Washington by a large majority. The Tenth District, home of Hon. J. W. Langley, Republican Chairman, went went Democrotic by two thousend. The sun shines bright. Columbia Hotel Changes Hands. I . , Ytfume Fifteen. .Anna, Texas. ?- A Unioe Rural WeMai. A very pretty home wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stotts, at their beautiful country home seven miles west of Sarcoxie,Mo-- , 10 a. m., last Sunday, when their daughter, Miss Inis, became the bride of Louis M. King. Rev. C. D. Yarbrough of Avilla, performed the ceremony beneath the maple trees on the lawn. The bridal pair accompanied by the Misses Lyda May, Dudman and Fern. Kingston as bridesmaid and Royce and Dick Turk, cousins of the bride, a3 groomsmen, marched from the house to the "strains of Mendelsohn's wedding march played by Miss Carrie Johnson,-form- er student of the bride. The ceremony was witnessed by - With this issue the News enters jupon Editor News: its fifteenth year. The year just passIn "The News"' of two weeks ago, I ed was a prosperous one, and to all saw an article relative to a railroad , those who stood by the publication, we tender our grateful thanks. We are preparing to build an additional room to the office, as our present apartments cannot accommodate all our machinery, and there will be several new pieces to be installed. A two revolution job press is one thing the the office needs and we are looking forward with a view to buying one some time during the coming year. We want to be in position to print any size bill demanded. To make the purchase it will require an outlay of money, hence we would be glad if all those who know themselves indebted to the office.would send in re mittances. During the year 1912, we will do every thing in our power to improve the appearance of the paper, and will publish all the news that can be gathered, looking to the advancement of Columbia and the county of Adair and our sister counties. Execution Sale. By. Virtue of Judgment and order of sale which issued from the office of the Judge of the Barren Quarterly Court on the 11th 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 (8o.) Eighty-fiv- e and subject also to ($70.) Seventy lars, dollars the amount exempt to the defendant Jno. Patrick as a resident of this commonwealth with a family. I will on Friday November the 17th, at Jno. Thurman farm, near Breeding, Ely., 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, interest and cost 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 bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent., from date until paid will be required of the purchaser. This October ct J interested. Do not under any circumstances, let it stop a t Cplumbia. Send it on through Russell, "via Russell Springs to Somerset. Nothing would please me any beJter than to know that an electric line was being built throueh mv home county. Keep pushing the good work. do not let it die, for it has died too many times already. A few years ago The Adair County News could almost Kear the din of the electric cars on the rails, but that was the last of it Can thisjie a failure also? Alva Bowmer. V this road could be picked up and placed in Kentucky, in such a way as to connect the cities of Somerset, Columbia, Greensburg or Campbellaville, its business would be increased 100 per cent., if not more. It paid to build it beside a steam road that has been running for years, and it will in Kentucky also. It will not cost but very little more to build it, either. The main thing is to keep talking about it to the citizens of the counties and towns until they are -- from Campbellsville or Greensburg to Columbia. Now as I am an old ," I am greatly interested in the upbuilding of that and adjoining counties. Southern Kentucky has built enougli railroads in the past ten years on paper to cover the State, and I think it is time to stop now and go to building on the ground. Railroad building on paper is good enough as far as it goes, that is it is good if you keep talking about it until some one is interested enough to build it. Texas is buildiner miles and miles of railroad every year, both steam and electric, and I know that whatever Texas can do Kentucky can do also. This part of Texas is building electric lines right along, and there are not near the inducements here for rail road building, that there is there. The electric line here from Sherman to Dallas is built alongside the H. & T. C. Railroad, and is doing a big business, and I shall venture to say that if "Rus-sellite- ' - Jw$KmW ' -- ' il..lMBm! mmmm& Mr. J . P. Jasper, who has successfully conducted the Columbia Hotel for the past two years, gave it up last week, Mr. Allen Walker becoming the proprietor, and who will give it his personal, attention. He is well acquainted with all the commercial men, and it is predicted that he will make an excellent hotel man. He has been use to good eating all his life, and he pro-- 4 Zau i poses to furnish his guests . with the. ments at Reeds, Mo. bast the market affords, hence the They were the recipients of many traveling public who, stopjat his hotel, useful and beautiful presents, consistmay expect the best of care and the ing of cut glass, silver, china and linen. closest attention. The well wishes of their many friends Mr. Jasper has not yet decided where followed them. he will locate, but he .expects to conBy One PresenJ;. tinue in the hotel business in some The bride's father, Mr.Robert Stotts, Kentucky town, several propositions being open to him. The people of Co- is a native of Adair county, and is a lumbia will regret the departure of Mr. brother of Messrs. Creed and Ed Jasper and his excellent wife and Stotts, who live a few miles,, from Codaughter, and take pleasure in com- lumbia mending them to the good people where-evAn Invitation. they may locate. about forty guests, the mostx intimate friends and relatives of the hridal pair. Following the ceremony a sumptuous dinner was served, after which the bride and groom hurried away to avoid their friend's knowledge of their departure. They went to Kansas City to x attend the Carnival, after which, they"--wi- ll make their home in Carthage, Mo. The bride is an accomplished musician, and will be very much missed by a, xne "Zl' 7 V er Democrati Mate licK Hotel for Sale. The Hotel known as the Hancock Hotel in Columbia, Ky., is for sale. It is A et Sweep the State McCreary and the Entire Ticket Elected 28, 1911. - A. n. Patteson. SAC. For a valuable consideration I have this day assigned and sold to W. T. Price, all of the fees and cost due and owing to me on this date, Oct. 28th.l9-11- , on all law suits and Commonwealths judgments that have been rendered or that may be rendered in the future, Debating Society. and I hereby authorize and direct the party or parties that owe said feas It has been many years' since there and cost or the officers that was a debating society in Columbia and collect same to pay said fees and cost we believe if there was an organization to said Price. Witness my hand the 28th day of Oct. now, it would prove of great interest. There are a number of fine speakers 1911. ln town, and to discuss live questions, J. F. Neat,, late Clerk Adair Circuit would be very improving. The nights Court. . are long and a few hours could be profitably put in one evening in the week, A gentleman who lives in Anna, Tex- say Saturday night If this suggestion as, and who is interested in this part of meets tha approbation of any one who Kentucky, publishes a letter in The would take part, let him make the News this week, upon the subject of start to perfect an organization. ' railroad building. We do not believe that there is a doubt but Columbia and Notice. Adair county could secure a road if the business men and thrifty farmers I hereby notify all persons that subwould get down to their knitting. scribed to the Boys Corn Contest Preminm Fund to please come in and Cash Tor Accounts and Notes pay their subscription to N. H. Moss County Judge, of Adair Co by the 15th day of Nov. 1911 as the contest comes Comes easily if you place them with us for collection. We collect notes and off the 18th 52-S- t. located on Burkesville, street In said town, has 23 rooms, is comparatively new; has fine well, two stables, one used as a livery stable and the other as a private stable; the finest garden spot in Columbia. The hotel is well furnished. Will sell all the furniture, and everything connected with it. TKe hotel enjoys as fine patronage as any hotel ever run in Columbia. For any further particulars apply to or address, Junius Hancock, Columbia, Ky. by a Tremendious Majority There is Much Rejoicing Among Democrats and the Republicans are Taking their Defeat PhiIoso phically, Saying, "I Told You So?" STATE "WILL NOW GET DOWN TO BUSINESS. The splendid old time victory Democratic principles and polelecting one of the cleanest and icies throughout the entire coun- "All ye who labor come to me," Said the Lamb of Calvarv. "If of my Father you are blessed Last Tuesday eveniner a Dartv of I will surely give you rest. young people who had been invited to Just take my yoke and learn of me. take supper with Governor and Mrs. And from all sin I'll make you free." Hiridman, met at the home of Mrs Jo Rosenfield, where they masked, then (chorus.) went over to the Hindman residence, Come poor sinner, come where they were cordially received, a You no longer should delay; gaeat deal of merriment being indulged Jesus died on Calvary's tree in before the masks were removed. From all sin to make you free. At 9 o'clock delightful refreshments Then come to him now, while you may were served, and the remainder of the And he will wash your sins away. evening was spent in listening to music, The spirit and the bride say; come, and engaging in popular games. It Then poor sinner cease to roam. was a delightful occasion, long to be Come freely drink, life's stream is free, remembered. The following were Jesus new is bidding thee. present: He shed His blood on Calvary's cross Misses Alice Walker, Myrtle Myers. To cleanse poor sinners from all dross Emma Myers, Glasgow, Ky., Lura Smith, Ora Moss, Vic Hughes, Kate Now is the time, Oh come Seek the Lord now, while you may, Hogard, Edna Lewis, Madge Rosen-fielBelieve, repent, be born again, Messrs. Alec Chewning, Ray He will cleanse you from your sin; Montgomery, Oscar McBeath, Baker, Ewing Stults, Ray Flow- Then come, poor sinner, come y And have your sins all washed- - away. ers, Dr. R. Y. Hindman. to-da- y, to-da- y, Mrs. J. R. Hindman Entertains, A d. Hffr-sch- el to-da- R. L Campbell. WP 7i F accounts and look after claims any Yours Resp. where in the United States, and do not N. H. Moss. 52-make any charges unless we collect. If any body owes you, write us about The great question now it. Hay's Collection Agency. There will be no Electric Light next Somerset. Ky the most interested is, Thursday night and probably none Friday night owing to the' fact that we what caused it? In our judgMr. Robt. G. Dohoney, who was born are compelled to make some necessary ment the failure of the Willson and reared near Columbia, a son of Mr. repairs to our engine and furnace. ColumbiaLighting Co. administration to meet popular J. P. Dohoney. Sr.. was recentlv mar ried, at Eldia, New Mexico, to Miss demands was onefthe union of Mr. Walker Bryant, of this place, Grace Cam, a highly respected young Democrats the most powerful one, i lady and quite popular where she re opened a lumber yard in Columbia the for atmo time have Republicans sides. The groom is a fine young man Monday of last week. During id has many friends in his native coun week he recieyed 350 wagon loads of claimed thfs State except as a gift all of whom wish him success and lumber. Dont that look like business. un-3ersta- nd. 2t most competent set of Democratic State officials the party has ever had is sufficient to make every loyal supporter of the party feel glad. The majority, so decisive, is not only a tribute to the party platform but a powerful endorsement and positive commission from the peopie for a change in the "administration of this State's political interests. It is likewise a rebuke that the opposite party cannot fail to con-fronting 45-3- m - EIrod & Co., will commence buying l Mr. Allen Walked proprietor of the staves the 24th of October, and will Dav. Columbia HotoLinvlted several friends . ... Darrejs, zz.ov J qurar $3o,jor ior d Sunday. l - hhW -r -rm-T-- ,- L lrPWi. 'J hTS&T AT "WPP ' rw 5 ff very WpflJ1 Adair coaty. yi tT- - swj 1' i j-- It barrels, $ 12 ure- - ...ii ji. Tite'Ky. s TWiW-will'f- c was nu 't. The for flights. v?w-"!JoV"' .jv; Ik.:. .. ni .?' uieueci cauijjx.iiiB qvex; uxauen cii. j. ii. j i.ir result, vis , a.A jtne ouue,-iiUfctf uie it through disaffection in our party. cro'w. v fr" There seems to have been strict-- 1 Out of 133 repr eseaHOa the TnlBF Jy a test; ofj strength between Democrats will ha YfflHTgUd ,., .. . r."-- . the two ' parties; in one ,Ot the BakM'Deroocfit PtPlf "elec- " V- try, and this was a most helpful factor in yesterday's contest. The high cost of living, failure to reduce, the tariff and the loss of confidence in Rebublicans Congressmen have driven thousands to accept Democratic platAustin Loy to Juliza Wilson. Wm. Goode to Lettie Pendleton. forms. ln this State that very The Hart County Herald is the name of a new weekly paper just started at feature added much strength. Adair Circuit Court. Horse Cave. It is edited bv Mr..TTnrr Not outspoken, not parading H. Hansbrough, 'and is Democratic in their change of judgment, and to politics. The first issue, a codv df Miller &c, Plffs., ) ' vs which is now on our table, looks good, escape the censure of their party Priscilla Jones &c Df ts. ) showing that the editor is not a tyro in associates, they said nothing but The above styled action pending in the newspaper business. The editorial voted. Pii(sident Taf t has prac- the Adair Circuit Court has been re matter i3 well written and the news ferred to me to receive and take proof tically admitted that the drift of of claims against the estate of J. T. columns are chuck full of interesting items. We have placed the Herald on public confidence is "toward the Jones, (of color) deceased. All persons our exchange list, trusting that it may .having claims against the estate of said have a successful career liberally patDemocrats, and that 1912 will not Jones-ardirected to present them to ronized by the farmers and business be a bright year for Republicats. me in my office in Columbia, Adair men of Hart countyA County, properly proven before the Itis to our notion. 15th day of January, 1912. SALT, FOR SALE. ,The State 33,000 Democratic W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner and, both brancfiesof the Legis- Adair County, Ky. -x lature overwhelmingly Demo "I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt Regular AppoiMments. cratic, should make 4;he rooster which cost only 15 cents more than the" r.-S.' e Steel. The following marriage licenses were "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot issued from the Adair county Clerks off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, office during the month of October: "although a horrible ulcer had been the plague of my life for four years. InW. A. Martin to Annie Stotts. Hiram Jackman to Etha Lany stead I used Bhcklen's Arnica Salve, and my foot was soon comyletely cured. Turner. Heals burns, Boils, Sores, Bruises, J, W. Coffey to Sophia Bryant. a, Pimples, Corns, Surest Pile cure, T. M. Melson tdMattie Harvy. ZUfat Paull Drug Co. William Warner to Kate Potts. L. Tupman to Minnie Eubank. J. Columbus Knight to Nancy Piercv. For Rent. Leo Miller to Vonice Hudson. Farm on Greensurg Road, known as William D. Jones to Mary Eliza the Triplett property, one half mile Baker. Walter D. Jesse to Cordelia Barnes. from court house. J. E. Letcher to Lena Morgan. New Paper. Rucker Estes to Annie Richards. Ex-em- . Marriage Licenses. Balked ftt Cold &'' - n " . . 4 . Rev, C!. F. Breeding, .will preach where. A" ' each month m follows n fit xHaoswH.rfrst Sunday. ri. Providaace.xMcoed iraM'ay. JaBMStOWB,' . 1 barrel "which you 83-3t- "r buy-els- e Sam Lewdf ?. M w"nii-""riiiifrl- r , i I'K: the u intSMMrf L "re"eyHi,ttCK--Vitflry- nf H iV j .. itive proof that this state is J A-i?..:,3 SmM... ittlia''-wiU-' -j- - i. Dcnuc.- '.DVOKMMr uk; Z2S?' 11 tw- r - ' ir-- r- fk. Hmi Mcur -- theris; rA . .current a' -- llr.Ber; a uuntoci -j- Grrar 5riJ imdEai 7Vt& rru.' yy.Mt ";" Tb JotaaiUCotwM najwf MturW . IOWTB ' - Itr. dWMf. sfeyf 4 v TtlMITliL .i V DeijrJitic atatire Mike -- . j "I.) hlh$ti Bon. Ml UN w r.S, a Vr i v;- fe Itank XJcJtfi r 4 JVVMCT ?u yrT?LKOt. I f- - - r g TmA Iff H.B..Gi--t ma- 'Mm- - -- T - - "' w mi. r f "-. - i V RKBf RMj V' WtttUTf s v v,kl - . I ' -- 5 r S THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ' " .f " i MK ADAIR I0YS CORN CONTEST. not the- - kind of man - that I , Bread Wtthout Fltur. the large crowd tbat sits in that 'it L f Sitwday, Ntvemler 18, is the ' fir the Judges to Decide. Day ! 1 i. T i 4., i I. I'H. Those in charge of the contest have decided on the following plans, and therefore request every contestant to promptly comply. It is as follows: Two men have been selected in each voting precinct, to measure the ground and weigh the corn, and send measurement of ground and weight of corn to 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 ith'er ground or corn measured. A J' rT-- , V wn srvj S eSiis? - rn f t fc? ; t I".: '"J r i party following to the fact of an absolute failure of a most amiable gentleman and eminent jurist in an executive positionJnsisting Beverly, on starting out to round up the faithful, President Taf t insisted to the republicans of Massachusetts that it was their duty, pitch their state cauvass on Gradyville; C. O. Moss, J. A. Diddle. national lines, in view of impotnee Elroy; Jim Simpson, Geo. Akin. of the presidential election of the Keltner; W. S. Pickett, W. H. next year and he started on Kemp. his tour of destruction. Milltown; Frank Dohoney, Will Now he hrs detemied to do it Cane Valley; J. W. Sublett, Lige somemore.lt is announced from Hancock. Casey Creek; Minetree Monday, Emit ogden utah, that the presidenGoode. tial determination is to add some " him iroru entering the coclust 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 and to be exhibited in the court-housremain on exhibition in Judge Moss' office, with name and address of producers. In selecting the men to determine the amcunt 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 premiua. 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: e, should be. ' 'I Believe in my homeIt isn't rich home. It wouldn't satisfy some folks, but it contains jewels which cannot be purchased in the markets of the world. When I enter its secret chambers and shut out the world with its care, I am a lord.' Its motto is service, its reward is love. There is no other place in all the world which fills its place and heaven can be only a larger home with a Father who&is patient tid tender. .' It is all "I believe in that I possess. The past is of value only as it can make the all-ar- U To-da- y fuller and freer. life of There is no assurance of I must make good toto-d- ay -w. day." In Deeper. Thank for the blindnessof the presidentlA blindness which,auto matically and conclusively, is open ingthe eyesieven of his own In France bread has been made without flour in a machine that transforms the wheat-- directly into dough. This machine shows a large screw turning loosely in a case on the inner surface of which is a screw thread running in an opposite direction. Between the main threads on the groove becomes progressively smaller from one end to the other, so that it will hold the entire a, wheat grain as it enters the at the same timn accommodating' only -- the pulverized wheat at the exit. The wheat is prepared by a thorough washing, after which operation about a pint of tepid water to a pound of grain is added, the whole mixture being allowed to stand some six hours. Then the grains of wheat have swollen to twice their ordinary size. The mixture is then treated with yeaat and salt, and is poured into the machine. It falls between the threads of the moving screw and of the fixed conma-phn- end. Columbus Allsop got hold af a copy of theTickville Tidings thisi A Helping HarttL After the stout woman had left the week, and says some of the a young man exclaimed excitedly, things in it are printed so dim iar has left her bundle," and then "She that he could not read it above a he added resolutely, "t Trill take it to Seizing the package, the sterling whisper- youth leaped from the- car in the midblock. IsaacHellwanger went over to dle of tbelady!" he"Hey, shouted, rushing Frisby Hancock's house the back to her with the bundle in bis outstretched, hands. "You left this, other night and got a lot of. fleas madanu" on him, and is expecting to at-ta- ct "Tain't mine," she "It belongs to the big colored man. that by them now at any time. was asleep in the corner." Cricket Hicks has returned to The car was three blocks away and going farther. Hogwallow after having worked "What in the world shall I do?" said for a few days at a sorghum mill the sterling young man. '7f I a - i.i yum ;:l2.C2." !" vf.-.-., Rye Straw. Life must be tt omnn rei'tieu,. "1 would near ,. J splf to- the police and telephone for a awfully sweet around such a job smart lawyer." Newark News. her." ans-wereJ -, ,. HUMOR OF THE DAY TIMELY HINTS FDR FARMERS Shelter For Sheep. Warm, barns, for fattening sheep are not desirable, according to the results Missouri experiment station. are naturally well protected, offeet of dry cold Is rather than otherwise. It certainly true that fattening sheep more feed per pound gain Sheep J I A 7 of investigations carried on at the and the a tonic is not require In cold weather than in warm weather. Dean Munford of the College of Agriculture states that it seems undoubtedly true that sheep do not suffer from dry cold weather, and if they can he Jr.7- fir 11 7 ;i" .7. ... , - The Excelsor Fiddling Band couple of ditches across the road at that point. Slim Pickens has purchased trary screw, which simultaneously crush the envelope and body himself a pair of overalls and of the grain, making of them a one heavy glove to wear when homogenius mixture that forms she takes his job at Tickville which consists of ringing the bell a smooth paste. Hoping For the Best. "Now that we are married," said the Jefferson Potlocks the other preUy chorus girl, "what do you pronight, but he eluded them by pose to do?" w'Why," replied the son of the milhearing of their approach in ad- lionaire, "I think we had better keep secret until I can get a good chance vance and hiding in the corn crib it break the news to the governor to There is a dangerous mud dope when he is in a pleasant mood." "But how long is it likely to be bein the road just after you pass fore he gets into that kind of a mood?" the Dog Hill church and to "It's hard to tell. The stock market is bad, but let us hope for the best. prevnt anybody from running He may win a dollar or two at poker into it a committee has dug a some night before the week is ended." Chicago Record-Heral- made a bold attempt to serena'de districts, therefore, where rain and. snow fall frequently during the winter, it will be profitable to supply them with a dry shelter, though it need not be warm. For the Hog Raiser. If pigs farrowed early in March do Hind-ma- n. Bread made by this process contains a succession of holes whose size increases as they approach the crust, which is thin. The odor given off is said tov be most agreeable. A at the Methodist church every Pretty Apron. 'Wheat P I iBBBM'' H' ! ibbbbw iBaaaaar- - IbIIH' : H& with the 3,000 but adding to the White Oak; J. N. Murrell, Hirum other thousand in fixing the Conover. Glenville; Geo. Helm, Tom Epperson. minds of the good people of the Egypt; Ben Grsnt, Ben Roberson. country on the necessity of electHarmony; Anthus Loy, Cap Lewis. East Columbia; R. A. Waggeher, ing all Democratic governors Melvin Conover. yerr and additional Democratic Columbia; J. N. Coffey, West congressing next year. That Murray. settled it! Also, it is the duty of charity to suggust that the de An Every-Da- y Creed. , .termination of judge 0,Rear to Formerly a machinist and now avoid optional politcs is due to a minister of the gospel, the Rev. his keen appreciation of 3he fact Charles Steize has written an that he is doomed to political ""every day ereed" which is slaughter equally with the knowing and believing in. president, and possiblb.a little worth "I Believe in My Job it may more so and certaiuly a year in ot be a very important job, but advance.'' Owensboro Messenger it is mine. Furthermore, it is God's job for me, if I am honestit TaKes Nerve. ly trying to do his will. He has Lexington. One of the boldest 3. purpose in my life with refer-nc- e to his plan for the world's the boldes train robberies ever progress. No other fellow can perpetrated in this section of the take my place. It isn,t a big country occurred near this city place, to be sure, but for years when a freight train on the LouI have been molded in a peculiar isville & Nashville railroad was niche in the world,s work. I robbed under the noses of two special detectives. .vcould take no other man's place. He has tbe same claim as a The train was proceeding from specialist that I make for myself. Louisville to Lexington. When Yes, I believe in my job. near a small station between this May I be kept true to the task city and Frankfort, several men which lies before me true to appeared from the side of the myself and to God, who instrust- - road and boarded it. They centered a car containing mer ed me with it. 1 Believe in my Fellow Man chandise and began throwing off "he. may not always agree with boxes. These boxes were picked me. I'd ieei sorry lor mm n ne up by other men who followed did, because I myself do not be the train with ahorse and wagon Finally the train men gave the lieve some of the things that who rare absolutely sure in my mind alarm and the dectives dozen Jyears ago. May he were statoned in a caboose, rushlate' ver lose faith in himself be- - ed out. They were, too however: as the robberp had leaple if he does he may lose ed from the car, and made off in me, and that would hurt m the darkness. There is - no lore than tbe former, and clew to the identity of the ban' . -" , lid hurt him more than it dits. v Dol-ph- us " Pellyton; Cal Neal, Oscar Sinclair.- Little Cake; Frank W. Miller, Tom' 3,000 more miles to his trip A bewitching little apron that can be made in half an hour consists of two bandana handkerchiefs. Cut a corner from one handkerchief, leaving a bias space of 5 inches for the waist occurrence, line. This brings a point at the The postmaster has issued bottom and one at each side. instructions that hereafter no Hem or pink the cut portion. third Sunday. Little Fidety Flinders is falling into the ways of his father right along now. The other day he found an empty pint bottle, and after looking all about to see that no one was in sight, he hid it behind a stump. Luke Mathewsla while seated on the fence near his home yesterday fell to the ground and received injuries on the head and body.The fall came as a great suprise to him, he being asleep at the time of its not reach 273 pounds by the first week in November there is something wrong about the feeding. The Oregon experiment station shows that one acre of good clover for growing hogs represents a value of 44. Too much corn for the brood sow means small litters. Too many farmers kill their good brood sows because of the temptation to sell for the high prices. This is a mistake. While there is considerable investNot to Be Bossed. "Lut, madam," says the surgeon aft- ment in the brood sows, still it pays er the woman has recovered conscious- better to keep the good ones because ness in the hospital, "why didn't you they will produce more uniform pigs, stop when the crossing policeman held more of them and will raise them betup his hand? Then you wouldn't have ter. been struck by the automobile." About Egg Production. "What! Me stop when Jim Meginnis Poultry experts claim that the orholds up his hand? I'd let you know I'm his wife, an' he never saw the day dinary hen averages only eighty eggs per year, whereas .she ought to lay when he could boss me!" Judge. at least loO. That is, she ought to lay twice as many eggs as she does now. Migratory Flea. The The aim of the fancy poultry man has "Yes, the bride insisted upon, being married with her pet dog in heiarms." always been to increase ess production, and he is succeeding to a great "Didn't the bridegroom object?" "No. but he's sorry he didn't. He be extent, for the 200 egg.Va year hen is gan to jump and slap himself almost 'now no longer a rarity. before the ceremony was over." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Horse and Driver. "Almost every wrong act of the horse is caused by fear, excitement or Too Durable. "Ton ought to refuse that rich man. mismanagement," said a great horseman. This is true today, and if the He is too old for you." "I am going to refube him. He is horse does a wrong thing look to his driver for the cause. too young for me." "Too young?" "Sure. He might live twenty years !A OUST BATH FOR yet." Houston Post. d. -- Binding wears better. Cut out of the center of the other handkerchief a hole, round or oblong, and big enough to slip over the head easily. Hem 'or face the opening. Lap one corner over the skirt portion far enough to cover the waist-banFasten securely at the edges. Attach ribbon ties to match some color in the handkerchief, and the apron is finished with a most becoming yoke waist, pointed at bottom and on the shoulders and in the back. If the yoke slips forward, the point, in the back can be pinned to the bow of the ties. The style, however, is warranted to make the stoutest figure look trim and shapely. d. letters must 'pass through the A Celtic Revival. office unless they are addressed Mistress Bridget, I told you not to on the front side of the envelope, put these silver knives in with the as he has not the time to go steel ones again. Bridget Sure, mum, I didn't; the silaround behind any letters at ver ones Avere already there when I this busy season. uKentnckian put the steel ones in. Woman's Home Companion. A Keeping Pa on Hand. "You may sit in the parlor tonight, pa." ; "Isn't George coming to see Mary?" "Yes, but it looks as though he's going to ask you to let him marry her, Dry and we want to have you handy." Detroit Free Press. !NS !N WINTER, Earth and Send Form an Excellent Mixture, Father's Vengegnce. fallen on any one who attacked the son of Peter Bondy, of South Rockwood, Michigan, but he was powerless before attacks of Kidney trouble. "Doctors could not help him, he wrote, "so at last we gave him Electric Bitters and he improved wonderfully from taking six bottles. Its the best Kidney medicine I ever saw." would have Escaping Seasickness. "Do you see any sense to these ef; forts to swim the English channel?" "I should say so. If you can hold out it's a lot more comfortable to swim than to ride over in one of those anal de mer hospitals." Washington Star. -- - Hogwallow Doings, t Cleaning Methods. 'We saw a waterspout." "What did it look like?" "Looked to me as if the breezes had Backache, Tired feeling, Nervousness, ceased to sweep the waves and were Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney experimenting with the vacuum proctrouble that may in dropsy, diabetes or ess." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Bright's disease. Beware: Take Electric Bitters and be safe Every bottle Postponed. guaranteed. 50c at Paull Drug Co. Professor (busy writing) What do you want now? Lucy I only want to say good night. So many barns are burning Professor Never mind now. I'm in the tobacco districts that fires busy. Tomorrow morning will do just as well. Philadelphia Times. The ground on Washington Hock's farm is so poor and thin he takes a deep cold every winter. Firsby Hancock is engaged this week, in making nelded redevices pairs on several stumps on his Atlas Peck has beeR eluding the mosquitoes for the past few nights by sleeping with a meal sifter over bis face.--- are not accidental. During ,the rider troubles it was predicted that the disorders of that period would react to produce more burning is an easy way to get revenge if one is cowardly . enough to resort to such law-lessness.Ba- rn Love's Vagaries. "When poverty comes in the door love flies out the window." "In old Milllonbuck's case love flew out the window just as soon as his wife found there was a chance to get alimony." Boston Record. No Fear. Before the ground freezes we take a it with rivpi-san- d for the chkkeas, writes a correspondent of the Ureeder's Gazette. This should be absolutely dry, so it will not freeze during the winter, and should contain as many clear grit particles as possible. While the dust is plentiful along the roadway we secure another box of still larger dimensions than the first one and fill it with this dust, storing both boxes away where their contents will not get damp and freeze later on and where they will not be wasted until needed. When winter sets in and the hens outdoor bath in the dust is no more we take several gallons of sand and dirt from these boxes, mix a small quantity of wood ashes with them and place them in a dux made expressly for that purpose in one corner cf the scratching shed. Here the hens can scratch and wallow around to their hearts content, enjoying as good a dust bath in the dead of winter as they did in summer. Whenever we notice that the lice are bothering the flock some reliable insect powder is bought and sifted around in the dust box. The hens thus dust themselves with it and keep the flock free from these pests at a time when dipping would be out of the question under ordinary circumstances on the average farm. A new supply of the dust, sand and ashes is supplied as needed, and the box is kept clean at all times. good sized box and fill Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this' reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine m IbBIIHs nw isllllllllllmiBBBBBBBBBBBBBM.-'J- . j- - roe. i wm inXMy Country Hlw1 ' m ibBIIIIIhY lallllllllllllllllllllllllK - v .' KX4 Much Trouble, v I If. all people knew tkit feagfeet of "vr it is mack coMtipfttioa would vMMdt jia U yeUew jaundice TkYiratatit LieUo. Mientad ray-Kwc'troaWe, they,. wotrii mm take Dr.' m't a Wck on either King's Naw Utm Pilk. aad and ft ' lt V UMt , Uf my'cFwd. tbaonlr safe way. in the kiain'Jry frynMin. ami ". V Starts Sidney' Ho'cks has decided that living if a fellow life is can't be furnijSed with a mule to Tide every Sunday. '" The Wild Oriion school- - teacher not-worth DLAGK- - DRMIGm Uver MedJciae dictation, and Ever trouble; krfinaf- ' IT eataNi-Pit doea not faaHale ner medlctnea. it w better than odNrar or it wovld hot be tbefr- r. with a IvMr ) ttea all hrs combined. , W, .. THEQFOROrS itbecse itw informed his 'pupils Thuriday newspaper. tfAc that Mine of now-ada- y v The reputation "oftbis old, ratta-bla medicine, for constipation, ia- , ' f- !JP1W' WSF IP OteWi? &Z3$ T'Vy . 'ii't jji r tfit M. 4; Tfakb4kSJMhIW o piurt of k inly ink-dee- p;' th teB.-.. ' -- afrf f - r v tair ,T ri St.-,' -- - c'"-V-.- x r- - '. . JBMajTPHKHWr' '.. t. : $ i- woujiom 'f'- - to be capable of improvement. Ideal farms are scarce, and hopping about from one to another offers no opportunity of bringing a fawn up to a high standard of perfection. The man vho impoverishes a farm by constant 50 cents.-3hl- caFarrder Oh, about fropplng without cuerous tilling , go News. ' li'ue Lis own noekeL V banks the more vou nut Into them thei Sha Knew. Judge Do you know the meaning 'rger the return of interest tan Cultivator. o'f an oathr madam? i The Witness (proudly) Your honor, DrH Hera. . .saippin' before th Gait a& . mast these ifteen years! Sydney Bal- - A' 4dhorsemaa, -- never. trots a Iraft horse, eren wbelie h no load. irmom. iiv .vptbat Is not :what'they arefor. Soaie PW Segree of spM&s desirstMet however, &. j more to get even in.;aafter, and ife fast walk .CNtfSZtJH&Jt Unfortunate Woman, Farmer I-- thought ez much o' that dog ez of my wife. Motorist Well, I'm Nsorry I killed htm. How much do you value him at? QOt in-hiie- s. "The paperhanger is one man who is Profits to be derived from a farm may not be calculated by the number not worried about his business." x of acres it contains. The quality of the "Why not?" "Because he rattier likes the pros- land is more important than the acres pect of its, going to the wall." Balti- it cpvers. Don't be dissatisfied with a poor farm simply because it is a poor , more American. Dne. Scarcely any farm is so good as Land Fertility. iifu. Ame. me.-fewba- m fh r V H risaamw J3.f '. HTOrCM ,nuc UUJ rjprBuneuiign't - k nataW IbirTgtpBec tai, tat tkt jrtn more, ,jy arnim mfrikhU Ma .r,w ; IslllllllllllllKXRr BJI IbHUIIIIIIIIIIIIHF' , i Ma, -- I' RLgzi1::r)$-1 ifrF . '-, 3 .iv i ' -? . V" irtdffiir v - "TK-- t 3 ,- - ?C I -- - k KW.Q '"-.- . Amk - liJ?', .i'TTili K. i .Q T , "1 ff2Skf:.m ? j fjv -- .. -- : r- 5r' Hi X if I. t THE ADAIR COUNTY NtiWS IEW TALES WHO IS TO BLAME? AS BAD AS THAT? i THAT ARE TOLD Penmanship 'In "Congress. " Some Kentuoky School Superln- - Are Kerituckians Willing to Be tendents Make but $1 a PAY Day. . "Tail Eanders?" FINE CATTLE CHILDREN. I Woodson Lewis I The great Green River Mcrchaix- - sf NEW FACTS; OLD MANURES. soiL Values of'lhe Various Sorts of Fertilizer Set Forth Briefly., Horse manure from city stables "" " " -'- nsually contains 70 to 75 per cent of "I'll take that bet.y replied Hard-wic"water in the form in which such maof Georgia. "The man who writes nure reaches the farmer. The solid' portion of such manure contains of the worst hand in the world is Adam-- . son of my delegation." nitrogen from 0.5 to 0.S per cent, Sparkman Is chairman of the com0.3 to 0.5 per cent, potash acid 0.5 to 0.7 per cent, lime 0.5 to 0.8 per mittee on rivers and harbor, and Adam-eocent, with traces of magnesia. The is the head of the committee on drier the manure the larger the quan- interstate and foreign commerce. The tity of ..actual plant food elements in two congressmen who had made tho the ton. Computing the above named r bet selected a committee to pass on quantities of nitrogen therein as worth the handwriting in qnes'ion' and then 20 cents per pound, phosphoric acid and potash each 4 cents a pound, the valuation of horse manure of the above range of composition works .out from 2.04 to S4.1G per ton. Sheep manure from stockyards and slaughter houses is sometimes sold in the market either under its own name or as so called "natural guano." Analysis of three such samples sold in Connecticut showed them to contain about as much nitrogen, phosphoric acid and potash as could be bought in the form of fertilizer chemicals for 11 or 12. The sheep manure sold at from 25 to 533 a ton. But, as the station report says, it must also be remembered that 60 per cent of sheep manure consists of fine vegetable matter, which forms humus In the boil and has distinct value in feeding the soil bacteria and In regulating the water content of the "I'll bet you a diuner for ten people." said Kepresentative Krank Clark or EVES Florida one day last spring, 'according to the Popular Magazine., "that the; POSTAGE. AND i"- j k phosphoric n -- -- JGmN mm J of the dead bodies of silkworms. The Connecticut station found it to be extraordinarily rich in nitrogen, containing nearly 10 per cent of this sub-- , stance; also small quantities of phos- phoric acid and potash. , Sewage waste .may be profitable as a fertilizer. The sludge which accumulates on the sand beds used for the purification of sewage at Rockville was found by the Connecticut station to contain of water GS per cent, of .nitrogen 1.34 per cent, with traces of phosphoric acid and potash. This ma terial has almost three times as much nitrogen as stable manure, but it is probably much less available to crops because the more soluble and valuable part of the nitrogen has been removed Xever-thelei by water and microbe action. t can be got for the hauling it might pay for a short haul to plow r under. American Agriculturist ss If-I- A curious fertilizing material comes quantities from silk mills. It is called "cocoon dust" and consists In small 'IN i Jiff Ss? JV HiW DAYS HE IJETUItNED MY TiET-TJiK- ." j ! i ;don't cut sod with spade. "V 'Make For Yourself This ingenious Little Sledge and Halve Your .Labor. The construction of the sod cutter is Nearly shown in the sketch. It may be well to add, says Farm Progress, that the knife blade dips .downward iabout three-eightof an Inch in Its hs ecured letters written by -- Sparkman and yAdamson in 'their own penmanship. Those letters were something horrible to see. and the judges decided that the writing of both was so bad that the writers, not the men who had made the bet. must pay for the dinner. While the banquet was In progress A damson told this story: "Last winter a constituent of mine wrote to me and asked for a specimen of my Handwriting, explaining that he had'heard it was the worst in the world and that he w?s making a study of bad .penmanship. I complied with the request In a few days he returned kjv letter to me. with this note: Am enthusiastic. "'h'ine! Don't know such handwriting" was possible. Please send me a typewritten copy of the inclosed. I nn.Hl a key to it' " j -- A HARD KNOCK r"' ' f . manicured that When was led to the barn near by I knew Hard on Jururs uncommon thinjr for a son to she was a roysil inincess. forlhe stabli-boWSfadMEBm ?'l'j(&Z'jtfsJfrMz2 turn his father, when too old for was waiting to throw her opera McNamara, In the trials of oyer her and lead her to tier stall. loak Representative Cuderwood. chairwork, out ot doors and to leave "How manj heifer "have you bereV accused ot consniranv to hlnwnni. V man of the .ways .and means commit. ., i i turn Tn noncn hr nn.ii " ir I asked the stable' boy when he hail tee in congress, represents what is ' Los Angles Times building. the finished bedding" &er down. " .known as a "manufacturing district." superstition that the souls of the- ' CHEAP AKD HANUT SOD CUTTER. my hands full this time." he there is "I have every prospect that because it contains all the factories T dead can. if they will, haunt the exclaimed. width of two ud f hare seven to take-ca.inches. The and smelters in ami about Birming-,uam. of. T1iat' aioirt the limit whi-you the jurors will be kept confined living knife can be adjusted to .cut the sod Ala. &et be also has among hi" COMMONLY MISMANAGED. drives' their hardened nt the proper thickness. .constituents a Jot of farmprs. xf which .ire doing ht Ptat Fair, all right." together for many months before Education for the mass . the"I left the bnni ami went ot!t Into the natures to gain by the exercise Two men and a boy, with a team, tfact "be is now painfully a wane. nd business ple is an investment Already roadway to ttmil;. T recalled vividly the case is confcided. recently cut enough sod to load a slat He drove out to a settlement 4n Uibb proposition. With a xarvsfully eduof crnelty the promise of the dya schfxvt vNitwl only the day Iefor county one afternoon to persuade rn wagon holding one and tentative jurors have been kept cated population a state or a commuwhere a ywns man .in Jefferson; sublc yards, rolled the sod and loaded farmers they ought to .vote fir mm. nity can move forward in-- desert, anying that they will not return to away from their business and conhty was triring to handle tbirt the wagon in a trifle more than an As .he stepped up to the porcn of a where you "place them. With an earth s death approaches the Lour. The cutter Is .easily and cheaply little store an old man rushed vsp to population the finest country six 'hov and drl m all eight grades homes for two more weeks. How and another vheresi tired rom him .with the request: made and Is a great improvement over dying person is asked, "will you on the globe cannot force them to I haveeen many can afford to give up their PIe sign this paper. It's a peti- make good. "Brains, trained brains, is an worried uith sIty-Qve- . the spade. , come back or will you not?" 30n in .one room. tion to Congressman Dndsrwood tw the insistent call of the twentieth cen "The rnartw-n- y tva a young lady postmistress new. crowded with employment or business to serve , he replies have Puckerless Pertimmons. tury. Does Kntucky hear that call? that he will then pull "I'd be glad to sign It." said Onder-woo- 3usinss and prosperity follow brains: splendid. Iiealthv bysnd girls brown as a juror? The pay of a juror Tes. it has been done. Do not laugh, rtTith the kisses of s summer uu. They a leather bag over his head and politely, "but as I'm not a resi- lawlessness and poverty follow illiteru who have been handed persim- - -most, $2 a day and expen- jy jaaim acy. Kentucky will be out of step with vre laughing and chattering, full to is sums and have bitten to Ihe delight of dent of ibis community smother him. if he says he will wouldn't lielp you." SPR. Sunnnsp a man with n fnmilv t uproarious spectators. I the onward sweep of the hurrying -"Oh. yes. it would." the old iarmei twentieth century so long as &"he alh allowed to die in peace, Our department of agriculture has who is drawing a salary ofVot assured him. 'We're getting every lows thirteen children out of ever earned additional fame by taking the body to .sign It. strangers and aJI. (Jo hundred to grow into manhood and nllvl.n,. vuu ; $25 a week is selected on the' iui.ikci Anf ;jiv A Broken 8on aueau a,,u uOW- AUat womanhood robbed of the divine right , We owe the discovery to the Japa- McNsmara jury. He can no - rrr fOo1 COngTPSfcman .Will'lieVIT fcllOWT file kUtl' OPSP Pnr fir. ,,... .. oroort wuo ., . vnrc nn .,,.... hn. of being able at least to read and to Me r .... meifui-e- : aejv ifork Tribune. write. been at work for the government de- pay for the imploy-me- - Your first dujy.after nptifyinr tinue.to draw 3 rjsing means to remove the pucker In order that Kentucky may occupy a surgeon, is .provided snpport r from in which he was engaged Pigs and Art. a place in the forefront in the matter the persimmon. Like all things. It Is simple when you know bow. The "Which would you rather have.' of education, a movement "has been inpriorto "his selection as a mem- for the injurecl member in, the fmlf to nnt illfn tvml.--a trttn rrl.tnh if-- asked Rose Stahl, "a pig or a picture?" augurated for the improvement' of y ber of the jury- - How is his form of an improvised sph'nf. Flat bon dioxide has been forced and left A evpry one was too much surprised county schools. . r U aoVSHsBspnoXsoHBldBPBapvlpflBBlBoVR Indifference due to a failure to apthere three days. Taken out It Is to answer, she went on; "An artist family to Five while the case isPipces of board, as broaol aweeter than a Bartiett pear and will friend whose pictures are worth preciate the real value ofedueatien is WsoBoBoBoHaBoBoBoHam Deing trid?Ig'tfe' state to punish i Possible, asi the Hmigand.slighty'; rep three times as long. many thousands per .was out on a one of the very serietfe obstacles which 111: sketching trip, and he stopped to make have confronted everyjmovement toa mari who has done no wrong.bv Jongeer than the broken f. s study of a barn. The farmer hap- ward a highVr standard of 'educational THIBTY-SIBOYS AXD (UKLg FOIT ONB keeping him a prisoner for uubrellas, in fact any pened to appear and said be'dJHre to werk. Jn the, last fevjears' greater , TKAOHER. What part will you take in the has been exhJbitecl.-geeraHv ir interest 'Y1 have the sketch. , campaign for bcttsr farming? overflowing with the zest of living ths,,whllhk wife and family go 'tnat wiH accomplish your over the state, indicating "Ef 'tain't too dear.' he. added can manner that our people were shaking WatcbiRg them fas Much will bo required at your iswd. 1' j hungry? Yet the1 trial by juryJjnay tiously. -i bemused. hands. Have you,dtermi"nd to p. lethargy of ..the past and were thonght;' " do your prt7'7t jS , "'Oh!' said the artist.- - who make? eff the te place the state - 'so 'Goodness! What is fejktj witn any Q4&-&&&a&&t won't charge yon aspiring m a m $12,000 a year, tr ok! comtBonweakw ? the targe n cooHvangg.-i- ooa injui- anything for ithe sketch, bnt- - His progressive at ynanqi; straw; kateii allitkno.w Every citizen mustrejiiae i f on 'the pigpen "Rut I"H. awakening, 'and fait should now 'u seven "OMreifera uva.w wui .,a Meaern SalbmMu wm . w hitov, miiKa liwiibm tuavc ivi vrsHH fr state'-ai,he ald jestingly-- , 'You in a eontmuousoarnosV effort to'srf and th BjHUmtm'kBow 'Do jonubifik ,1 am rapny jour at- u?ed. nice, little. For neglect of tho past. Mt;would h on- e- teacher v;cjifiotoisiblj some proviion must - be made.- ; - y unity?" RsfcVtJHBBOQ'miue hundred J '') r gasf --xv pmK, sack: ironi tntrty aBdjttgBtyriftkWfe coetttehly.. iUtf jtmimi ,uoelM took, in View of tfclvprowiij Franlort Ne' ws roave. is iUr',1,..i fmgmf" --1,7 . aJHtlu eondltlbti f x "nn a frown, do .thm 'mtrnrlH and. to " apprfei tJ .. fc.. rou take, prizes ia t c ? .t . nd." r ire one 17 - '" ittBtn rflu- la prorth? ''Thpyfn-fet taat'the cl wk 'Hed-- j ae coLr.m r .Jr Voung's Maga. an.. "'adjivA, ' r' ire deal k4i -r sbS . DR UNDERWOOD. But With These Pitiful Salaries They One Man to Care For Seven Jersey 3 Must Put Up Bonds as Hifch as $30,- Heifers and One Teacher For Thirty-000 Average Territory Is a Hundred six, Sixty and Even a Hundred jjsf Square Miles. Pupils. Does the blame for school conditions I had known for a long time that lie at the door of the county superin-- 1 Kentucky's standing in matters educatendents or the people at large? tional was very low. I had known that Many county superintendents receive she was in the grip of Illiteracy, with salaries of $400 a year, and none of alMts attendant evils, but I had hardthem receives mora than $1,500. When i ly expected to find such a large numa man has a salary of $400 he is of j ber of her rural population willing necessity forced to do something else' simply "to let things go." One day or starve to death. while chatting with a member of a No stream can rise higher than its county board "of education in a rich ' source. No underpaid man can put county he happened to say: energy and thought into his work. In' "I tell you, I've been interested in one of the fertile andprosperous couneducation, mightily interested, for a ties of Kentucky not many miles from long time. I've been on this board for 3 Cincinnati, O., had an interview with mighty nigh ten year." a county superintendent whom I knev "I am delighted to hear you say that to be a "live wire" educationally. My you are interested." I hastened to re- g first question was. ply, "for you know Kentucky stands "How responsible does fhe public thirty-nint- h In the list of the states SI consider your position?" when it comes to education. That's "Do you mean as measured by my not very list the end of salary or by the bond I am asked to We need far from you to help the keep us men like give?" things moving." j "Your bond." The old gentleman stroked his griz"Well, I have to nive a bond of zled beard thoughtfully, and I felt cerYou see, I have $24,000 to pass I had a vivid imprestain through my hands annually to finance sion. that smile, made A a very small smile. the forty-si- x schools that are scattered-- ; wrinkled the corners of his eyes as he 3 over the county. Besides, the school said quietly: i houses withtheir equipmerit are an in-- i "1 reckon you forgot one thing In vestment of about $55,000." .. this whole business somebody's got to "You say scattered over the county be 'tail eanders." ain't they?" How much territory does "it cover?" I had a glimpse of rural Kentucky's "This is rather a small county, bul ' attitude toward education. my schools that I am forced to visit cover a territory of a hundred squar Cattle and Children. i miles, and they are on many kinds I was tired and discouraged after roads. It is quite a proposition to su days of school inspection in Jefferson pervise the work of sixty-fiv- e teacher county. o I had decided to take a day ' in forty-si- x schools, to say nothing o. off and visit the State Fair and see the r2 the office work and the inspection thai sights. is necessary for repairs and'new build"Blue ribbon?" I asked the- man ings." wearTng a broad smile as he came I was silent for a moment, thinking down the main roadway. of the probable salary that would be "Yon bet!" he exclaimed. He caught paid a manager to take charge of a sight of my camera and continued. business with $55,000 in the plant. "Don't you want to take a snapshot spending '$24,000 a year running ex- - t of mv heifer''" '. ........... ana J covering a territory ot.. a ' iTT. penacs As lie turned the splendid young 1 hundred square miles. smiled anr animal into position for a photograph asked quietly: I had a chance to look her over care"What salary does this county allot fully. I was certain she was of royal you for your work s county superin -- blood, for her horns looked like poltendent?" ished ebony, and her toe nails had ben "FIVE HUNDRED AND TEN DOL LARS." "Do the county and state allow yoL an adequate expense account?" He pulled a pocket notebook from his desk and smiled rather Kitterly as he said: "They do not even pay for the stamps or stationery in my office work. Let me run over this for a moment and show you how it goes. must keep a horse and buggy or 1 canno' aet about. As this county has never taken. over the' turnpikes I must pay my own toll. "If I am 'far from home in winter time 'I must stay all night t some hotel. All. this makes my expenses for the past year $230. leaving me at the end 6f the year $280. That's LESS THAN A DOLLAR A DAY FCTR ABSOLUTE WORKING TIME." 'Whai is the highest salary paid ' ! dise Distributor, has just Received a if H Magnificent stock Jof New Fall cloth- - H ing, Shoes &c. , H H rs Which he is offering at "Popular prices. 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. iB I Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl $6.25 4.75 4.25 $30,-00- 0. Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. 1 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. Ivvill 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. 1 WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. yongressnion Kesrs koid 3iirupurin?nJentVPJheter are I mmnrnimmmmmfDin ONE OF H1K ShVEJf HEIi'EHS. mtn-ning- Farmer Constituent. j one-hal- and far between. There ara lots of them on the $400 and $600 basis, and it simply means that the fellow has to do life insurance, 'farm a little, take a place in a store, make a living in some way and then use what time he can spare 'for the schools." IT SIMPLY MEANS THAT OUR RURAL "SCHOOLS ARE NOT MA , AGED AT ALL. THEY ARE MO p-- y ... -- iTi ti r p -- -- one-quart- er a -- -- chl if d i -- -- at -- i '"VF e nt I J if boiv X y tbic$f d ' .- i . eacatianrJMwrii -- thi tf. Mm t- .v mutpupw.ccQ0untr3ratulce' a ji."" ! . p" Iadjusti' sttt -- eif'J ui , .. ... c ui, t- Tr'- - ' -- JL m 1 V" , ' i ,jr ": n v :f -- ' ju tttri lr J lbeinjujl LV - ?$trv "Pii tw tt i- "V w&m UM, W iSTrjsj j t M' Tt 5rr, v. i vr , - V- V . , & ? "a - ,fWv ' i -- TBE ADAIR, COUNTS NEWS HEWS should - conjejckjeo , their own. "v It ishard to make ? a Republican1 out of a born Democrat. Published Every Wejlnesdiy J-- V .-. iTHE JMIR COUMTY V-" ?'' Yester. Mrs. Kate Sutton, is visiting IY THE - Adair County News Company, (Incorporated.) Hon. M Rey Yarberry spoke last Monday in the court-hous- e with much earnestness. The EDITOR. speech was full of flowers, critCHAS- S. HARRIS icisms and promises. It was a Democratic newspaper devotedto .the worthy effort, from one who of the City of ColumbJsrand the people knows how to tickle the fancy, Adair and ad jacent counties. and fire his partisan associates, as Entered at the Columbia but the blaze failed to prove class mall matter. in-jer- - Post-offi- ce sec-a- d WED. u NOV., 8. 1911, In the municipal elcetion the Citizens ticket won easily. The next board will be composed of relatives in Lebanon, "Mrs. Lucy Ann Farris, is quite sick at this writing. Mrs. Siller Burton's little son Ned remains no better but is reported very bad. Mrs. Malinda Cofer, returned home last Wednesday from near Absher, where she had spent two or three weeks witn ner mother, Mrs. M. J. Cofer, aud also Mrs. Fannie, Bur ton. Mr. ChesterDooleyand' sister Liza, were visiting their sister Nora Smith, of near Columbia, last Friday night also were visit ing , their sister Mrs. Grace Smith, last Saturdayjand Sunday. Manure Is Valuable Don't Waste It The average farm produces each year approximately $250,00 worth of manure, and yet onethird of this valuarJle product is wasted by careless handling. HON. JAS. GARNETT. 4 x W. R. He Carries Adair County by About Myers, JohnfLee Walker, Char- - the folio winglf gentlemen: 350 Majority, and His Friends are Jubilant. JHE ELECTION QUIET THROUGHOUT COUNTY, ly Sandusky, Bruce Montgomery, Marvin Young. They are all- Several from this place attenenterprising men, and there is no ded the birthday dinner at Mr. doubt but they will watch the J. 0. Smith's, lastlThursday. interests of the town. Mrs. Sarah Burton and Mrs. - The Democrats of Adair county are very enthusiastic over the election of Mr. James Garnett, of this place, to the office of Attorney General of the State. At this time the exact majority of the Democratic ticket in the State is not known, but last night at 11 o'clock The Louisville Post conceded the 'election of 'the entire ticket by between thirty and forty thousand. The Democrats, and personal friends identified with the Republican party stood valiantly by Mr. Garnett in his home county, and Adair gave him a majority, of about 350. The Republican State ticket carried in the county about 90 votes. Mr.JJarnett is receiving congratulations from friends throughout the State, and a happy feeling prevails with his home people. -- i from Thurswas the Republican candidate to latives inPellham, represent Adair and Cumber- day until Sunday. Mr. Ray Burton," returned land, was elected without opposiGreenwood Ind., last Satur-dation. He received a very com- from where he had been for some plimentary vote in the two Curry, were visiting Mr. Walter S. Sinclair, who Bettie re- y. Progressive farmers are alive to the fact that hand spread ing is a wateful practice, apd that the only way to prevent this waste is by using a CORN KING Manure Spreader. If you want to save money you will investigate ourSprqader proposition at once. Our No. 1 Corn King is the only real two horse spreader on the market. Redisricting the 'State time. Miss LenalDooley, was visiting has Mrs. M. J. Cofer and Mrs. Fan- Reed Hardware Co., ?ww &&$&&l been ordered and the Legislature nie Burton, near Absher, last Wednesday. will doubtless fill the bill. Mr. Warner Shepherd and Mr. Extending the County Unit Leslie Shepherd, were visiting time you wont be disappointed. Law is our responsibility. Mr. Lincoln Burton, last Friday Singing .at Jerico, next Sunnight. Mrs. PeckyHarmon, is visitiller ing her daughter Mrs. day. w Burton. Mr. FrauslIRexroat's little child 14 months old, was buried at the Bearwallow cemetery, last s . Monday morning about 10 o'Several attended its clock. burial. Esto. Font Hill. ' . Next week we will publish the " full vote of Adair county by precincts. ' Mr. Garnett, in referring to the. victory said; "I am very grateful to my friends, both Democrats and Republicans, who have so loyally supported me, and I hope that I will discharge the (Juties of the office so that they will never have cause to regret the effort, they made in my behalf." I The large audience that greet FIRE INSURANCE ed Hon. James Garnett last Mony Th AImw Pictur and Sm Our Couplets Shows day afternoon, evidenced the AsMrtaiMtof HARDWARE CO. DmeToaAtr-IlsJi-Cafe' t REED REAL ESTATE Prim $3.00 ami popularity of the gentleman in Daraaie. 30GF4 Ha. doing well. bis home county. The court au a Mrs. W. G. Burchett, is very ditorium was filled to its utmost sick at this writing. capacity, and an observer of faSmith Chapel. ces could plainly see that every Bradley Meadows, got his anWATCH MAKER and JEWELER man in the audience was interkle hurt Monday. His condition The singing class met last ested. Mr. Garnett first spoke is not. serious. Wednesday night with, good., aton questions touching the nationMillard Maupin, the huxter, is tendance. My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction gathering up produce, in this al government, followed by the l, Mr. J. A. Coomes and son Office in discussion of State issues. His community this week. went to Ozark, this week arguments were clear and force Our town has been flooded J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store to see about their corn. ful, and we have not a doubt but with drummers this weelc. Several from this place are the speech had a telling effect. Sweet potato digging is about He closed by thanking the peoover, the largest crops for many attending the singing school at Mt. Gilead, which is being conple, both Democrats and RepubMr.' J. F, Marcum's family years. ' But our Irish potato crop 1 ducted by Prof. Cabbell. licans, for proffered support, as- have moved to their farm near is almost a complete failure. v-Mr. Clay Bennett and family, suring them that there was not a this place. Mr. L. M. Wilson,, was visiting visited Mr. Tom Corbin and fam;doubt as to his' election. DurMr. Tom Taylor is bucking a here. Sunday. Wholesale and Retail "j&S fly- - ily Sunday. a ing the course of the speech, Mr. yard of staves on Ihe farm of J. Mr. H. M. Smith, made a Mr. Irvin Bennett, wife, and Valley, yester ling trip Garnett was frequently P. Haynes, this week. Mrs. Mary Corbin.. visifced - Mrs. ' ed. ; day P. M. A series of meetings is in prog Sallie Bennett and family, Thurs Hirl Smith, purchased a fine AH Kinds oF Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors antTjBlihds ress at Mt. Vernon, a Baptist day. , "Back in..the days when free hora& from H. M. Smith recent Kentucky. t Colurnbia, , Mrs, falter Sinith is dii the issue(in this ceun- - church- a,iew miles south of here. ly. VPrice unknown. '; silver was ah MrUHillwith 'Belknap & Co.', "" Mis. JB. F. Merk'leyi'who has Sic, jm tms wwtsRi if J3fo number of Democrats re- - wascalling on our merchants, 1 been jy?ry sick foVthep)t'8t week .:9Hr farmers Hii;tnis: vicinity f. fused to followjfr, Bryan, and hSTtbehwbusy sowing, wheat with the this week. s? aidentified themstlvis ri is improving slowly. u. jrdeTfully frpm. taking six bottles. R Father's Vcn8egncc vi- Hr.r ' ii. PS Tait'.-"V,.' " Your scribe Ka4iad" ,the pleas-ure.Bethany Sun-- Thgiriging .at the best Kidney medicine I ever sal 51 pent, tof. would .hae'falteu oany 'ooW " who at Backabe, Tked feeliBg,; Nervous j fiiffie-Smithttendinff the; .meeting at faayKwjaa thittKey v1w& rattendedlL 'Sftturiy-wittLMrs- . .. Z JBettie Ben- - tached fte aba of tter Bondy, of '.Loss ;: JsSoHn.V eomiuctid bv idcertk'wa.repocted. rot Appetite, 'warn pi Kliy wer- - tofi&ioxneLV. :rkticur- ' ' '" ' . . .i . an, Dut be was Sovtk'Reekwood, ,i "ft .1 r ii. trouble ttat may hi .j oosy. diabefor . dr Kv Howrton. ' AH oanomin- - Th)ris tob an entertain? ,iy.Now ittke lvrU( pewerleee before. "&, i1a r Take Brickt'3 4ease;-Bwalnnir ii trouble, "Doctors could sot kelp ten, 7V. 71 , :t trie Bittwt wmIw uii. lvery Hpwartoti; ,ia do mhc left the Prti are flM .... P f loaf 4 .trwrm Mm he wrote. ( ?- yjp wboeii aext Friday night. m-iv .. Vf atrPavM Dntj ' ing,som tfine preaebwr. Electric Bitteriandke iiored weo- Democi v. 4 jfftttjay come, K J .: '4.ty :.& X 4V-: iter. .1 , f ,;)-.-. ): - --,i. to&.?& Sfci -- are gathering corn since the recent frosts. The crop is rather short on account of the drouth we had it the past. Mr. H, O. Holt is aspiring to be post master at this place, as Mr. J. V. Lapsley, our present post master, is going to move his business from here down near his home. R. L. Snow with Robinson Bros., and Co., hit our town the first of the week. Most all the boys in this part are going to try to be at the polls next Tuesday. Selby & Hammonds passed looking for through here cattle. Uncle Joe made this village not long since, with his Lightening Hot Drops and Laxative Quinine Tablets. Luther Selby attended the Grady horse sale at the Fair ground, a'lld let a pair of good work mules go. V. Sullivan traveling salesman for Altscheler,- - Louisville, was here a few days ago. Farmers to-da- y, . Last night being with' us the coldest yet. There was lots of ice. , We are very glad to report the health of our neighborhood is very good except a few bad N colds. ,": v Mr. A. R. Humble wife 4 and little son, of Somerset, passed here yesterday on route for home from Russell Springs, where , There has been less said of the election in this community than we ever knew of before, but we Democrats, will show you we are not asleep about Tuesday. M. W. Cooper, who recently purchased W. H. Irvins property in Russell Springs, is moving this week. He is a good neighbor and we hate to give him up. Mr. John Cooper, of Lebanon, who was reared near here is pay ing his relatives here a visit at Happy, Comfortable Evenings Spent at Home What can you imagine that will make home more pleasant and enjoyable than an even, warm temperature. In offering you !gOfiiNJT:S?: Coles Original Air-Tig- ht thVwriting. Smith Bros, are still enjoying a fine trade with their mill. J. B. Smith, who is in Louisville, under treatment is reported to bedmproying. , Wood Heater Q. P. SMYTHE for Wood Stove bearing cur We guarantee every Cole's as long as used. name to remain ( We guarantee that it will hold fire over night with dry wood. We guarantee the combustion so complete with wood that ashes need not ba removed oftener than four times each winter. We guarantee each stove to be free from imperfect material and COLE MANUFACTURING CO. (Not Inc.) workmanship. Alr-Tig- iit air-tight we do so knowing it will give you perfect satisfaction. Read the following guarantee made by the manufacturer of this remarkable stove: y they have been visiting for the past week. Albert Hammonds is all smiles over the arrival of a new Democrat, mother and baby are both Avoid mistakes Before you buy allow us to show you the patented features on Cole's Original which make it the most satisfactory of all heaters. Burns wood, chips, cobs and rubbish. ' Air-Tig- ht S. N. HANCOCK "optician Gab-bel- . Siftiidusky & Co. LUMBER . to-Frenc- h - -- A 3 p -- - ' i&tejb& .1 -- of fitter-- ; " , Rul - -- - vi-- -- 3: . o. attacka-ofKidB- ey ,Rr- - i-- ' e: - !h ". - . i . .r-fc- i . - - si tT . -- V-. ' - .- . i? 4 .' V. . t- UTi jfi-V N ,:,u, .." ttl N r X .v TriEADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'vi r 'J, President of Matinnal htsines-sa-d the-Nati- onal VJUOU.1 RamI;-.- . . Stock Yard,. R.es. Plione 53 I. Mr.vTravlor is a,.fine 1 Mr. PERSONAL . J. H. Kinniardi of Red Lick, was. -here last Monday, Gov, J. R. Himdmanhas been quite sick for a few days. ...j ty friends will be glad to learn that he has been successful. V Uftrifc 'l A Beautiful Home. i- - Mr. W. F. Hancock, came home from Frankfort to vote. Mr. J. W. Hurt was in Louisville a day or two last week. Mrs. F. J. Barger, was quite sick a day or two of last week. Mr. J. R. Garnett, was in Louiavilje a day or two of last week. Miami Green Mr. L, H. ty, was here a few days ago. coun- Russell's bungalow was completed last week, and beyond ques tion, it is a very attractive. home. Mr. Russell .spared neither means nor time in arranging the building to his liking. AH the rooms are hardwood finish, re- qniring the skill of four finished work men a month or six weeks to complete the inside work. It is certainly a model home with every convenience, and a great addition to Jamestown street, and Mr. J. O. not a domicile to suit them to .perfection, 'tis not because every energy air. D. D. Wilson, Horse Cave, was was not brought to bear to bring about 4.505.00 at the Columbia Hotel, last Saturday. that result. Stockers 3.004.05 .Big Elm. Judge T.A.Murrell and wife returned 30.0042.50 milch cows.." Choice from Louisville the first of the week. Jhooting at Cane Valley. HAVING recently purchased the Patterson Hotel, I desire to say to thepubiic Typhoid fever has about run Common to fair cows . . . 10.00-20.who visted in that on, and after Nov., 12, 1911, 1 will take charge of the Patterson Hotel, in Mrs. James Garnett its course in this section. returned home last HOGS Jamestown, Russell Co., Ky., and same will be refurnished, and fixed so as to Midway and Danville A mysterious shooting occurred at week. proved fatal in one case, but give the traveling public every convenience possible at a hotel in. a small town. .6,75 ... Cane Valley, this county, last Sunday Choice 210 up There will be a good feed stable run in connection with the hotel, and al Vester fMurrell and his son Mediums, 165 to 210 Mr, Mont Montgomery and wife, 6.75 has left several in a very weak pains will be taken to give the guest a pleasant stay while here. I will appreciapartments over Bob Lebanonjunction, visted relative here have sleeDiner 4.50 state. ate the patronage of every body that stops with me. Wilson's store. early in the night thejtIB'' last week 3. 50 Roughs. In the near future I will open a general store in the store-rooof the build-n- g. father and son were sitting tpgether, Messrs. H. . C. and Duggins Revenue Agent M, R. Yarberry, N. B. FAULK EN BURG. SHEEP AND LAMBS came playing checkers. A gun was fired from at Louisville, headaurters Bradshaw.left Sunday, for Bon- the outside, the ball passing through "Best lambs home to vote. r...... 4.00 5.00 naville, Hart county, to visit the side of the house into the room .. 2.50.300 Mr, B. F. Chewning and Nolin White, where Murrell and son were seated, Culls "" MrR JTpti Smith wp - visit-- this place several days last week. their sisters.'Mesdames. Edwards ing Mrs. Pate Thomas, of Mill- men, came home to the ball, passing through the father's Fatsheep 3I00-3.who are revenue '. Work was again resumed on cast their sufferage. and Carter, whp reside at that town, last week. below the knee, and striking the leg GRAIN. the new Union church being 90 place. Cape W. W. Bradshaw and wife, left son, passing through his knee. A par- Wheat. They will be absent 8 or Mr. Dick Squires, was on the built here last Monday John for Barren county last week, to be ab- ty is suspected, but there is no proof as Corn... 50 10 days. to who the guilty party is, as we are insick list last week. Stott "of Sparksville, is foresent several months. Local Market. formed. Mr. W. C. Gifford and wife Mrs- - Jennie Smith and daugh- man and the frame work of Mr. Robert Ingram, cashier Russell and Mr. Julius Gaskin Springs Bank, have been at the bedside of the ter Bessie, attended the burial the building will soon be com At the Presbyterian Church. were hereJMonday. . 21 latter's sister, who has had ty- - at Elkhorn, Eggs Taylor Co., last pleted. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery and little communion service The 7 rjhoid fever, will return to their Hens.v R. L. Campbell, has been conweek. daughter, spent several days of last will be observed at the Presbyterian Chickens . . . .7 home in this place in a few days. .....a.......' week at Gradyyille. Mr. J. P. Cundiff, bought a fined to his room for the past jitt. church on next Sabbath morning. .i. 3 Cocks Mrs. Hattie Stapp.and danghter, Miss There will also be a reception of new Messrs. G. W. and Estes Hays bunch of hogs from George Todd, two weeks with fever but he is Turkeys .8. Ruth, Montpelier. were shopping in members, those who contemplate unite, some better at this writing and last week.5 have re'turned from Campbells-villGeese '..L.. ing with the church are urged to be Columbia last Thursday. " present. On account of the revival Ducks. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hutchison thinks he will be out soon. where they were visiting Mrs. John Lee Walker, spent last i 14 services that are being conducted at Wool fall clipping..-- . the families of Messrs. McFar- - j ga'Ve'a pea hulling to the young Born to the wife of Arthur week at the home other! father, Mr. J. the Union Presbyterian church "by the Wool spring clipping 27 land ancTWilliam Spearse. '"H;Richey, Burkesvflle. people of this neighborhood last Stotts, on the 29lh a son. pastor, there will be. no night service. ' Miss Mary Csrtwright is spending a Hides (green) I?i7 Eld. Daniel Proffett, of Monroe getting week, and after they hulled them ' Feathers '(? 44, The farmers, after few weeks with her sister, Mrs, Important Notice. " " 5. 00 through sowing wheat 'and mak- out Mr. Hutchison gave them a Co. held a series of meetings at Robinson, Pikeville, Tenn. Ginseng. :..... I TndpnpnrlpTifP TTp May GcJncern: .. 50' ing, sorghum, are now gathering nice treat of all the cider and ap Beeswax '. .'i . .' . Mr. Edwin Wilson who has been in a To Whom It .WW. ..- -, Inst' wppfc". - 3 25 We have given you six weeks to ar- Yellow Root low state of health for several months, corn, andjgetting up their winter ples they could stand to. We long preached some very able sermons range to pay your note and overdraft, May Apple(per lb) 2 1. . is critically ill at this writing. for another pea hulling like this but no additions were made. in the Citizen's Bank, and some of you t wooa. Paul Waggener never fails to show have failed to come up. Born, to the wife of Oliver Pelley, a Mrs. Carrie Campbell, who has ' A little son of Willie Cain, in one. up in time. He arrived about twenty Now this notice is to you, and unless daughter, Bonnie Bell, Nov., 3, 1911. Misses Montra and Lela Cun- been dangerously ill for the past minutes before the polls closed. you settle these matters at once, suit ,TunningJthrough the barnyard, Mr. Walker Bryanf was the firat de run ajpitchf ork in his instep, and diff, were visiting at Cane Valley, four weeks, is some better at this Miss Bess Cabell and her brother, will be filedagainst each of you. aurA, Nov., 6. 1911. L. C. Winfrey, positor in Columbia Savings Bank. Henry, of Miami, visited their 53-it came out above-hi- s ankle bone, last Sunday to see their sick writing, and it Is" thought she Rec, Citizen's Bank. Mrs. W. B. Patteson, last Friday. brother. will soon be able to be about the The stock law won in the Milltown inflicting a painful wound. fair. Walter Taylor, brother of Olie The special meetings which begun at district. It was defeated in White Miss Cleo Shepherd was visit house. Taylor, who is in College at Lexington the Union church on Friday night of Oak. The ten days meeting just came home to vote the Democratic last week, have been well attended ing at Romine last Sunday. We learn that at the recent . closed atlM.t. Zion Ochurch, car-rie-cl and give promise of a good revival. ticket. Mr. James Montgomery, Of session of tbe Methodist conferon by Wells and others, did I R. H. Durham, who spent two Rev. J. R. Ci?awferd is doing the tfr Columbia, was visiting at W L. ence, Rev. John W. Sullivan was not have very good success. weeks at Martinsville, Ind.,' returned preaching, while Miss Bess Holladay Squires, last Sunday, j assigned to this circuit. ' home Monday, greatly improved in leads the singing. The church has Some newdoctrine was introput in a splendid hundred dollar health. Mr. James Suddarth and son, Mr. Clarence Strange, who organ with fifty new song books. duced that "did not take with Mr. Clarence Page never failetovote. Greensburg, last week on teaches at Greenbriar, gave a was in ' some offthe!old church members, He holds a job at Frankfort, but he The pastor of the Methodist church, business. spelling last Wednesday night. was here in due time to stamp under Rev. J. W. Woldon, will preach at Cowho believe the old fashioned Mr. Elzy Young bought some Good or der prevailed and every the rooster; lumbia Sunday, Nov., the 12th, at 11 a. ' 4Vnvl rrrA iciigiuiiBio guuu cnuugiijiui.iuciu. Gov. J. R, Hindman and wife, left m., and at 7. p, m. The subject of the timber from Murray Bros, last body enjoyed it. Our assessorwas in this sec- week, Texas, the'firs of the week morning sermon will be: "The Lost for Dallas, at a fancy price. Mrs. Norris Morris, is on the and will probabls be from home during Savior." The evening subject will be: taking the list of tion last-wee- k "The Horrors of Hell." Every body Mr. Will Edd Squires was in sick list at this writing. the winter. services. j cordially welcomed to both taxable propertyl The Greensburg on business last Mr. and Mrs. T: F. Collins are at the R. O. Stott, bought a yoke of Buster Mr. OthojjBiba, our mill, man, week. bedside of their son, G. W. Collins, MissLucile Wolford and Mr. Dan D. Button oxensfromJ. C. Royse for $50. Hear Montpelier, who is a victim of Rogers, were recently married in Allen, is running his saw to its full caMr. Will Todd sold some hogs lung trouble. Collin county, Texas. The bride is an Solomon Stotts, sold a 60 acre pacity. He is!now sawing Mr. to Clent Smith of Columbia, for ' Maxine Moss, paid the accomplished young lady, the groom a Miss Mary farmtoZ.T. Bennett, for $300.- Will Cain's timber, which con-- I 5 cts. News office a visit last Saturday and fine business man. The father of the nn TTp houcrht a small recitation. bride, Dr. W. F. Wolford, is a native entertained the force with a sists of every thing from a black Murray and Miss Mrs. Mat;ie of Russell county. Qf ljmd from Arthur gtottg She is 2 i years old. if Mr. Russell and his eood wife haveN I Saved Many Prom Death. "WrL. Mock, Ark., believes he has saved many lives in his 25 years of experience in the drug business. "What Dentist I always like to do he," he writes, "is to recommend Dr. King's New DiscovColumbia, - Ky. ery for. weak, sore lungs, hard, colds, RusseIi:BuiIdin& hoarseness, obstinate coughs, la grippe, carfup, asthma or other bronchial affection, foryl feel sure that a number LOUISVILLE MARKETS. of my neighbors are alive and well today because they took my advice to use it. I honestly believe its the best on Live 'Stock throat and lung medicine that's made." Latest Quotations Easy to prove he's right. Get a trial j bo'ttle free, or regular 50c or $1 bottle. CATTLE Guaranteed by Paul Drug Co. Shipping steer $5.255.50 Beef steers 4.755.50 Mr. W. R. Myers has leased from ; Fat heifers and cows 4754. 85 theColumbia Lighting Company a part ' 2,5o3.75 of their buildings, grounds, etc., and Cutters 1.252,50 will establish a saw rig and stave man Canners ' as Bulls 3.754 00 ufacturing machinery.be As soonplace. he can get ready it will a busy Feeders' f flee W Phone 194 ' x D?. ftSmifh . Falkerifourg... H.Qtel t. !! - NO TICK. 00 It-onl- .- m m L, I 25 To-da- y. semi-annu- al .- - i ?' , W- -... 2t ! ! ly . I A- - i . t Messrs, W.F.Boldin Burksville, H. R. Caldwell, H. A. Buchanan, Burdick, Sam Burdett, Lebanon, A. W. Pedigo and Dr, E, C. Reaves, Glasgow, attended the W, L.Grady sale last Thnrsday. Mr. Edwin Hurt and family, and Mr. J. E. Flowers and family, have removed to Lebanon, the two gentlemen being connected with the Column fact. ory, removed from this place. They are both good citizens and have excellent familesi Mrs. J. A. Hardin, of Louisville, with her two children, Annie and Joseph, are visiting her sister, Mrs. O. P Hancock, near Cane Valley. They will in a short time leave for Oakland, Col., where they will make their future home. Mr- - Hardin, having been gone several weeks. Mrs. Mary J. Turner of Missouri, who visited relatives in Columbia and out in the country for several weeks, left for her home last Monday morning, spending a few days at Bradfordsville Mrs. Nannie Flowers, this city, accompanied her as for as the latter place. nephew, Mr. Lisle Mrs. Turner's Atkins, whohasalso been visiting here, will meet his annt in Lebanon, Thursday, and. the two will make the trip together to their Ifonfe in Missouri. Mr. MelVfcdL Taylor, who was born ana rearea JsrowwwgAaair county, is here, visiting: Me, 'racmHjmii other - relatives. MrCTrayfer left tW 'f foVTi iwbB ana " be engag 4 fori jack, up. Mr.Ed Franklin and U.P. MorMr. Fred Hill, who was recently in says he purchased a very Louisville, gan will have a steam sawmill attractive front and other fixtures for J 7 Jin operation, nearfthis place in a the new Prull Drug Co's., store. few days. Mr. J. A. English and Mr. Sam Beck H cholera is ragtos in the have purchased the stock of grocries -i recently owned by Mr. Hugh Richard 1 KJSJ L W CdX TLJLIC .neighborhood of Dry Fork. son and are now in charge of same stand. r WilliamlShears and wife, RiTOfva TVllft'O'n j of Campbeirsville;. are visiting , The latest "fussed up f-l- word in Lula fAAHxrPo The ladies of the Baptist Church will give a pie supper st the court house next. Friday night. Every body in- vited. The hunting season will open in seven days. There is said to be plenty of quails and the boys are getting guns and amunition ready. Mr. Press Mill er, has bought a one third interest in the store of Ballard The & Miller, and is now increased at once. stock will be on-dnt- y. Made for young menj1158.011.?18 7f and those as young nays, oi tms piace. Russell Creek. as they feel. A "different" toe, fancy but Some of the farmers are 'very not freakish perfora- busy gathering corn. tions and sole trim. Mr. Luther MurryV has been quitelsick for ihe past week, we This andall-jpthe- ir hope he will soon be able to go g&Cl i t through this neighborhood last umbia, J week on business. g of pearj thg Mi Mrs. Harden son and daughter , Mn and MfS EIdridge stotts, has of Washington, Co, is visiting , , Mr. and "Mrs. Perry Hutchison, , flaa a very sore inrwt xut al days, it was x thought for a this week. while that-shhad diptheria. Todd, were shopping m and another from Eiroy McKin-Ca- ne . ' Valley, last weekr ley at $5 per acre. He will build. quite a lot rf mis- There was land as he fe to once upQn chief done in this neighborhood, . Roi&etion ..give possession to , Hallowe'm night and quite a . Jan. 1 st. , of the old men was very angry . .' Mose Wooten, is engaged in next morning. hauling staves from here to Coir- Mr. and Mrs. Brack Cam, were . - 7- -1 1 if .,. T' e f i "i Mr. W L. Grady's sale of stock was fairly well attended last. Thursday, and a nuniber of good colts and mules were , sold. Shape." Florsheims 'are'Niatiiral ; -- , about his farming. , Mr. Will Ed ires and sister Annie Liz, wLB. visiting it Neatsville, 1 y and Sunday; Mrs. Mary. ., -, J raffing MKvTifiR. Z . iJWmlB'Hlt-- 1 uftBrfffiTsSt I Sa? yM9rkziffimhI : 1 " mrttr X - ' ' Itis a v7 serious matter to ask cne mecine and have, tie WTOOtT '3$? . I bCftfaltOgtthgttHiB twmaaa. one given yon. we urge you in buying to I I For tkk m I ' f - forsale , a pair for I lhave some Plymouth Rock chickens.' 1.00.? Mrs.'SamAllefl!r ",' 'Mb u. 1. jj ' Hood:aml $z to;tM wife :, i m n - the' Stat been v the Lone- - $UlmL$mi k Vice jc S. a. t airfMiU be m arrfaw . i?ta2rregR.v Star 'TWSRJlWIW' Hi, tt. Ua'i?i BHfefev ha z i. Ximaniiiiii 'WK t-- LiL .Four persons were bpTEfijed, $JV$he stor, into we .Baptist enures iast &- ?afternoon. . ' "O'V .. 4 . . - , inuon'm, - 't v Sold exdusivery in By Ttassefl &Co where find the largest fleck of; Wk.V2.l--. " Most Styles vm-- family A r- - lat wek. I Kufut T Mr. Will IS IS- Co, ki Smith's liurt lnd t Sqofani ' ' Htm tUm Vtmwm li - aA Mr. :;- - h Mr. and I'-Z.'U Bbd HIw at i eMWra, of iaitod Win-vcs1bH ilk is better xhm notbtbefc-- ; ',wttft a laiisff tE .-- &i sot imiiiiM SfA niBIR99w VriA " X .W: .- -: ' Yi V' v. ....-- teL .'wib... mpx tC - ..,- - ?-- p.. -- t tiirr: '? a i '."St; "rs l1 t -. v. . . I t r - 2 jw kfc - Vf- -- " j .k- fr-- V -. ( Ti . J I I i " P"Ki 5 THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS IS ;! k! .: " FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS "Mrs. s, THE FINEST DAIRY Mc IN L t iA.N . 21 S & N. lime Card 1908. We are in receipt of letters from mild and gentle in action that a child Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., as well as a grown person can take it, How It Compares With Nearest Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- in fact, it has no equal for children, Wagoner, Okla., as well as many others, telling about the wonderful results they have secured in the cure of their stomach and liver troubles by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup -' le. i -- This remedy, as all readers doubtless knpw, has been before the public for a generation and is now being more extensively used than any other remedy for stomach, liver and bowel complaints. According to reliable testimony, it seems to be a very quick and lasting cure for constipation, indigestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, biliousness, headaches, sour stomach, gas on the stomach, drowsiness after eating and similar disorders. It is a liquid with tonic effect, and so women and old people. It arouses the flow of gastric juice, and by a peculiar action trains the stomach and bowel muscles to again do their work naturally, and in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with. A free sample bottle can be had for trial by sending your address to the doctor, for in this way Mrs. Gaskinds, Mr. Gavellas and many others first learned of the cure. Later, when satisfied it is the remedy you need, do as others are doing and buy it of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. Schoolhouss, DAIRY . K RE MEM i L If 111 IC mJr 1aw 1 7K 1v m ' In cilect llonday. Dec. 31. SOUTH ROUND Lv. LOUU1V1LI.E AK. LtB.VNO . "a.ra o 21 3 3:15am pm K .. 9:42am . 10.Maai 7:40pm lOKWrpm 630pm. NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon 5:48am 732am . . 9.C0pa COW . VERSUS CHILD. I K" ,7K Great Contrast Between the Care and Thought Bestowed Upon Each Near Lexington For Jerseys, Palace School "Out at the Elbow." 1 w X IN THAT X o-- ai I.oi'isvillt 70&'"' ...10:15 am 65pno 8:15 pxa 0-- 3 The Adair County News Is Going To The fo.22 Jo. 92 Noa. 92 and NT .....10.13 am 93 are.Sunday trains only. 450pm 623pm 732am ?IX IX r . . ,- - ' ' v c I HUGHES "A COMPANY . '. e- OLIIU5. Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. c'u asii, rm& Luuia, D?;r JLHIHU9, j t had not had time to get my gage together and draw a long breath after leaving the train at Lexington before I was asked: "Eyer been out to Haggin's?" T No," I answered, rather breathlesB-land dazed. Then I gathered myself 7K together and answered at a venture.' "Oh. you mean the place outside of X Lexington where Henry Clay was vi1 born, don't you?" in "Tleavens. uoi It's the biggest and fiiKt.thing in the way of a dairy farm r in the world. You know it's owned by Tin t Mr. Ilaggin of New York city." 1 went out to the great dairy farm is on the trolley car went past Lexing- 7I lugy WILMORE HOTEL Vl W. Cash Basis And IN H. U1IUMORB, Prep r. Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rate:? First-Clas- s N IN Nt JN the Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next 5 GRftDYlILLe. is Indebted for NJ IN that Everybody who KY Few Weeks mmaXl Nl TjnI Nl Ni K IN N j ! M IN Fn Xr R, Nl C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON 'Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods, Tf We appreciate them. VETERINARY j 'lni f M IN E. - L - HUGHES CO., 1INCORPORATED. "S MLIS. I ,' psjiHgi za WMIIIIll'"! ;; f Nl 7lN T . Wisrsx:t.??r I . r'yjSwv"':T s 'hiMnFS i3bt POKTHE JEHSIiY COAVS. ' tXC-.f- rr&&?r VhJWK-- "V ' .x .jJVmV. U vtvAlf: WZ2& . . The System'1 willlbe Better for theLSubscriben- and also the Publisher - Nl 7K IN Nl In iik: (Nl N IN ' 1 &?ifcy!&E? Special Fistulo, ' vv f ".. -- . 'X.Zv-.-HwmaM- -- CJ IN Nl IN ik: fN Attnetln to Eyes X a - s to cost $565,000. Secretary Myers says the United . Before serving sardines always States spent ten million dollars a .. 'sprinkle them with lemon juice. jmonthon its navy This has been It vastly improves the flavor. ; the rate for the past jfive years, decade from 1900 . thus aggregating the enormous Hfv During the sum of $600,000,000. i ftx 1910 it is estimated that Greeks emigrated to this At the time Dewey captured nnnlipc , ' . A peneumatic lug or shakedown has been invented for the on its back. convenience of mptorists who There are known to be at least ' '100 different kinds of plants that must lie on their backs beneath -their cars while making repairs. eat flesh like animals. Germany spent for aeronautics The last pensioner of the United States from the Revolutionary in 1910 the sum of $2,000,000, War died last April, France $680,000 and Eussia $919,- China is building a railroad . 100. The British air service for. which line the Szechwan-Hufe- h the year now currant is put down gives enployment to 50,000, ton's beautiful new Country club and 7Tn splendid residences, .surrounded by NL U. C. HARDHICS, Prcs. k. H. UIETZHAN. Sec J li COCKE V. Pres. 7lN mnsrnificeut old forest trees. J j 7JiN Too much cannot be said or writte I Nl" iiiiuci iui u;iii. imui vi iiuuui mi's r Mr. Haggin's. The creamery, whera the milk is cooled, bottled and double IN sealed for delivery in Lexington, is an ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1861 1889 artistic building of rough stone. ThelK IX huge dairy barn is of concrete, brick and tiling, which gives it the appear- - Nl ance of some splendid county instituIN DEALERS IN tion. Men in immaculate white uniTN SAW forms were moving: about the barn get- NJ ting ready to milk the 425 registered NJ Jersey cows that would soon be ?IN 1301 TttlRTeeNTft-Mft- W. brought In from the, hundred of acres of blue gniss.over which they roam. Glancing: nt the doors and windows. 1 Nl saw that they were covered with 7K Nl screening to keep out the flies, while 7In tvater pipes and .hose were everywhere to insure absolute cleanliness. I was IN very much impressed with the beauty, IN Sheet Iron and Tank Work comfort and magnitude of everything I Sit ss JtH saw. so as T left the barn I asked: IN "Where do you get this tremendous supply of water? I saw hose and piping everywhere and a huge tower IN rat by the creamery." .ri J.rfuTJTi JOBBING WORK SOLICITED- -! "We have a complete pumping plant fN across country on the far edge of the JN Nl All Kinds of Machinery Repaired farm at Russell's cave." In 1 drove to Uussell's cave and found ni numniug" outfit, even to a In n nerfect double filter that the water might be 7 as pure as it was possible to make it. estimated to cost when finished Suddenly I remembeied that I had Nl Interesting Items. not come to Lexington to admire the 7In $21,000,000. beauty of the. wide fields, the grand old IN n elephant will carA W. T. Pyne Mill & Supp lyio. piLLiWIGHTS f OlflCfllNlSTS We do not want to Lose a Single .cx.omt3w Subscriber,ifbutfLwant to Add Many 1: New Names to our a ' ready Large List " . Poll-evi- l, Spavin or anv sur gical work done at fair prices. 1 am Nl well fixed to take care of stock. Mon IN ey due when work is done or stock ',N, removed from stables. IN TN 1 7In! NJ IN I LOCATION NFAR ED KUCHES" FESJ1 FACE. STREET. ON BURXSVILIE Nl TiN I 7Jn - Joseph Nt' IN i I H. w Stone, Attoney-At-La- ENGINES. EOtLEFS, GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS LOUISVILLe Will pradice in this and'adjolning counlies. L' Jamstown, -- : Kentucky, SMOKESTACKS, $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Vk! AN N I Why IN I f!2si TN ' 7Tsi IN Not V- -' ?:MKmmri Courier Journal One Year Read IN N $K ' '; The full-grow- ry a load weiging three tons up- Courier aX . ' . I jSi . . ?AN. s ar j&P. ftp V?v &. I Louisville Times and News II Journal? 'N V Nl IN 9 ';; :H3' .::, Nl In 'g!aaBH w" 5 i ii V'S. 'j )tn $4.50 5K)K)K IN Nl HENRY WATTERSOiN Editor. IN We Can Furnish You & Everything In The Drug Line At Lowest Cut.Rate- - Prices A Few Seasonable Goods homes or Mr. Efiigyin's great dairy farm, but to look carefully at the schoolbouses. I turned to the man in Laxative' Bromo Quinine charge of the eugines and pumps and J Laxative Tablets apked the distance to the nearest Singley i "H schoolhouse. - It was no ari eighth of ( Hills" Cascara Quinine' a mila aveav frrun thf nnmtiiin sits. tion. and was a decided contrast ar--J Weeks Break a Cold Tablets Although had seen hltectnrally. it walks, concrete walks, hi every direc Nyals ( tion ;sbout the Hajrgip barn, there was A. D. S. "i bo semblance of n wnlk from the front Rexal gate to the' badly patched wooden steps Liver OihL that were intended "ih lead thu chiU Wampoles Wine-Cov "5 alomr the Drimros tiath of drn Scotts Emulsion, ErerjthlnR waH "ont at-,kBowleM- i A T i. J CodUvef-Oi- l Nyals. A , tneinowvv1 ' The Adair County and the ews s. 'L r .county. the Philippine Islands there was - In Asia Minor blue is worn as (only one lighthouse in operation a sign of . mourning, in Turkey in the Philippine waters that on n viojet, in) Persia brown and in Cape Melville. B- - a 1, a b a c IChlna white. island, sonth of tfie 'island of C6mmonN toads are sold for $1 '' a dozen, on- tne stneets rans. Palawan and markmer- the en ot. ton(fe twebhe China sea anf) , Chey are bought by gardeners I ge& M custom hr destroying msectt. time of-.- ar ,tobe,usdin th in 'motor Vfhicleinihave their lights' extinguished rlbouruna JJdward Island you .must'yhen.it was discovered that an k)- ky fine of f5XX) of go to jail' for attack on Manila was threatened 1 by Tr5an v nayy.. - It iifod o . sii. mbfthi. . . tl anBAaW fW iJ. .- .' j . MircHiS vuaii una uinw fB Gar i'j.1 x. i giw rTi iirnni t t' r- -r 'v . r'v"T--- " ii iniwrs fuv... -;- ."f 'r l.l ..ii. i , - KOK THK CIIILDltEJf. r 1 Wppkll al as a Headliner Per Box I ! . -- , 19c Courier-Journ- loc .. - A , 25c 25ce 25c- - v Both One Year thu iii-i-i. t for Write" Wv- ?- - ' $IM lio-hriin- i, d Bottle V'i4 'I 50-1- 00- 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 1 Kr P k -- " M . .1 Wecan also give libers combination rate with Daily orSufkUy Courier Journal. Courier-Journ- al -- J contfastbetwewi the cHfe a4 tboasat ,bestowd aeon - a dairy cow Tne1 and'ai?5,ltM'ow-herAfroe e Win Rexalit-Djs:?- - - ajBoKiw r non irwwu. mku ?f .-- -- -- i -- ionp - ' - - , -- 4' uzlso i rff i I 4l at at; " .w mau mrgeOTt'thejhthQ mi mcrt wncu cwt 1 of . Jlllrfilf lit Hlt huniiyii WVlWf TlriliMllH .tf ' J m t tw apHRrpfp9aci rvonvea 1 i . an m fcep fiMwkfll IjTLej dahqrwo1 coHl,?!ee aft tfeedbwet 4 tmiud4ate return tifti 4oW ud wben hi bt W tMMffmty nreuted. btu b iD MttU Mt WtwCim to to Hfe!rpa'l - ..i ! -. l . , i - tm r EA.1ti, ir r iMBBBV ;tnTintTT rBSj,,,.,!,!,,! ;m tk JMki&r ikht tiim F " (Wit fmi tW fafettl .. . ppcafm 4Ml j ... eUUnn Jl. qwb an wsaumpw , w am rw -- f 3Ji'. vi' - .- "Off.4 , 'tX i"lfjSvk W -- i "X1! H " J$& .V " " -- f ii-- f? - nil. " c4 ' M it ; ,100: 89c "" t--3.'V " ' .. !, ' - - T "MmHIiM ''1 y L!1' 'M1 Mpany, Louisville, Ky.? for 83c !freatnpk;copT of Edition 83c f Com- - . t -. - v.: u", yen dere,Vbutv.be sure to lOOlt.Jwui. DUMfcijmjwi WUW w,kJife' ' j x ..! sWfc--, 'lf- l1 efsi ' s-7'- " nllbMihW - i RMACY, v -- 1,'- - htif-'iS- g Sl. ,5 . 'J' Sixth JeffMMM LQUtlMfcrn KY. ;tditlu:i4)erT74fCfS ij ' to ibe "'V K -- flr t ? . - 2;i the;:adair county news TYPEWRITERS! CHINA. l ROME JAPANESE DENTISTS. They Use Natural Weapons In As- saulting Their Victims. Japanese native dentists conduct their business in a manner which would undoubtedly cause any Euro pean practitioner to open bis eyes in amazement. The victim is seated on the ground. The dentist bends over him and forces his left hand between the patient's Jaws in such a manner that the mouth cannot possibly be closed. Then he. grasps the doomed tooth between the thumb and forefinger of the right hand and with one deft wrench removes it and throws it upon the ground. So great is the skill of these native dentists that many of them are able to remove six or seven teeth per minute. Indeed, their skill is hardly to be wondered at when one considers the course of preparatory training they orr Ab"rrid to uiiflrrrro, stoufc DJV0RC& IN ANCIENT Stubborn Case I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L, Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro- -' nounced my case a very stubborn4 one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. , I used it about one week, before I saw much change. Now, the severe pain, that had been in my side for years, has gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." Cardui ., . The WomaffeTonk; .9 If ycu are one of those ailing women who suffer from any ' i .. .w4l Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for our troubles. Begin today. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chaltanooca Medicine Co . Chattanooea. Term., for Special Instructions, and book. Home Treatment ior Women," sent free. J 52 ge -- J Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- 5 They Are Used There, but Not For the Native'Language. Typewriters are now made for use' in nearly a hundred different languages, and tbey are sold all over the world, but there is still one great nation which, for a .very simple reason, has no typewriters that write its toqgne. That nation is China. The English alphabet has twenty-si- x letters, the Russian thirty-siThe typewriter produced for the Russian market is 'the largest made, but no typewriter could be made that would begin to be big enough for the Chinese language, which has no alphabet, but is represented by sign characters, of which there are about 50,000. Of the great number of words found in the English language only a small proportion are used for the ordinary purposes of speech, and the same would be true o as to the characters used in the ...ii0auf;L', um iue numier 01 nese characters commonly eniployca is still far greater than could be put on any typewriter. So this nation of people has no typewriter in'its own tongue. But that doesn't mean that no typewriters are sold in China. More and more Chinese are learning other languages besides their own. and Chinese merchants and resident foreign merchants use typewriters, and they are used in legations and in consular offices and in banks and shipping offices and colleges and by missionaries, by various people. Altogether there are sold in China a good many typewriters. Washington Post. x, One Woman Had Eight Husbands In Cbl-:.cv- Five Years. "We are assured by Seneca." says the historial Inge, "that there were women in ancient Home who counted their ages not by their year's, but by the husbands tbey bad bad. Juvenal tells of one woman who bad married eight husbands in five years. Divorce was granted on the slightest pretext. juany separatea merely rrom love or change, disdaining to give any reason, like Aemilius I'aulus. who told bin friends that he knew best where bis shoes pinched him.' "Rich wives were not much sought after by wise men. Their complete, emancipation made them difficult to manage. Accordingly, since both rich and poor wives were objectionable, tho large majority of men never married at all. In most cases a Roman bridegroom knew practically nothing of his THE I LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 BRIGHTER, BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR PRICE OF . meant a transition from rigid seclu slon to almost unbounded liberty. She appeared as a matter of course at her husband's table whether he had company or not. She could go where she liked, either to the temples of lsis and Serapis or to the circus and amphitheater. She had her own troops of slaves, over whom she ruled withTHEY 400,-000.0- out interference." ATE LEATHER. process is repeated with a board of pine wood and finally with one of oak, and it is only when he has succeeded in extracting the pegs from the oak plank that the Japanese considers himself qualified to practice upon, his fellow men. Pearson's Weekly. 1 planfi. and Ibis is fixed firmly the ground. In the holes are driven wooden pegs, and the would be dentist has to extract them with his fingers without dislodging the board. This to THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEk YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET 2entt5t OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr, James Triplet! Dentist. AN ANCIENT LEGEND. JEFFRIES' BUILDING. RING 3. ,, COLUMBIA 'PHONE NO. 40, JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCKY COLUMBIA. -- KENTUCKY "" ntm WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL HENRY1WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Creation of the Cocoanut, the Wakwak and the Palm Tree. According to the opinion of the old historians tuid the commentators of the Koran. God created from the remainder of the clay, of which Adam was made the kullseer, or cocoa tree, which is found in abundance in the Indian islands. It produces a nut which is brought to Anatolia and Roomili. The interior and oily part is nourishing and fortifying food. The shell is worked into spoons and cups of the size of a man's head. It is a round black nut on which all the parts of a man's head may be seen mouth, nose, eyebrows, eye, hair and whiskers before It was formed from Adam's clay. A wonderful sight! From the same clay God created also the wakwak, found in India.' the fruit of which resembles a man's head, which, shaken by the wind, emits the sound of wakwak. Finally was created also the palm tree from the remainder of Adam's clay at Kufa. near the water" Tirinoor This is said to be the reason why the n palm trees of Kufa, Medain and are straight and upright, like the stature of a man. If you cut its branches It .does not only no harm to It, but grows even more, like the hair and beard of men, but If you cut off the head of the palm tree it gives a reddish juice like blood, and the tree perishes like a man whose head is cut off. Evlia Effendi, "Travels." Om-mau- The Way Morgan's Pirates Prepared Their Tough Food. The infamous Captain Morgan and his piratical crew were sometimes in tight places at Panama and on one occasion were reduced to eating their leather bags. "Some persons." says one of the company (Exquemelin, whose narrative is reproduced in "The Buccaneers In the West Indies"), "who never were out of their mothers' kitchens may ask how these pirates could eat. swallow and digest these pieces of leather, so hard and dry, unto whom I only answer that could they once experience what hunger or, rather, famine is they would certainly find the manner by their own necessity, as the pirates did. "For these first took the leather and sliced it in pieces. Then .they beat it between two stones and rubbed it. often dipping it in the water of the river to render it by these means supple and tender. Lastly they scraped off the hair and roasted or broiled it upon the fire. And, being thus cooked, they cut it into small morsels and ate it, helping it down with frequent gulps of water, which by good fortune they had right at hand." Made the Audience Wait. The architect Blnet was a trieud of Coquelin MAKING A LAWYER. THE ADAIR COUNTY e It Took Patrick Henry Six Weeks to Prepare For the Bar. NEWS Patrick Henry when he was a young married man of twenty-threwas a complete failure. He had tried AND clerking, farming and keeping a country store, all with equally negative or disastrous results. "Best of all," he said cheerfully to himself, "I will become a lawyer." Six dVeeks he allowed himself as a matter of formality to prepare for the bar. During this time he read one BOTH ONE YEAR book, "Coke Upon Littleton." suppleby an equally strenuous pemented rusal of the "Digest or the Virginia Acts." His examiners, Wythe, Pendleton, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is Peyton Randolph and John Randolph, hardly . knew whether to be more amazed at his ignorance of law or his the best afternoon paper printed profound knowledge of history. After anywhere. no little deliberation he received his license. Has the best corps of corres"Mr. Henry," John Randolph exclaimed enthusiastically after his ex- pondents. amination of the young neophyte, "if your industry be only half equal to Covers the Kentucky field peryour genius I augur that you will do well and become an ornament and an fectly. honor to your profession." Green Bag. THE LOUISVILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. a paper 50 'if you will give or send your order to'this not to the Courier-Journa- l. Dally Oourier-Journ- al, Yr Yr $6.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- al, $200 ' Blunders by Novelists. even of eminence, are prone to make blunders. Sir Walter Besant in "For Faith and Freedom" wrote after the Eykins had settled in Providence, "Barnaby soon grew tired of this quiet life and went on board a steamer bound for England, promising that we should hear from him." This was in 10SG or 1087, and the first steamer from America to this country did not reach Liverpool' till July, 1819, A Famous Walking Match. Wilkie Collins also made numerous Thomas Bailey Aldrich was one of amazing blunders. In "The Duel In Heme Wood" he makes the story open the characters made notable in a celewith the receipt of a telegram, and the brated walking match which was got period is 1817. when twenty years had up by Dickens during his second visit to elapse hefore the first telegraphic to America. The match was a stretch wire was laid Three of the characters of about six miles over the Boston also talk of "taking the express train milldam toward New'on Center. In to London" In defiance ot the fact that the articles of agreement the signathe first railway to London was not tures were stated to be: The Boston Bantam J. R, Osgood opened till 1S"S Massachusetts Jemmy James T. Fields .Novelists, , He delighted to speak of a performance or "Cyrano de Bergerac" in which he went to praise the genial actor in bis dressing room between acts. "I admire you above all," he said to the actor, "in the couplets of the 'Cadets of Gascouy.' " At that moment word came to Coque-.li- n that the curtain was rising 'for the next act. "Wait, wait!" exclaimed Coquelin. "Leare me here alone with Binet" "My friend," he said to the architect, "it Is with pleasure that 1 am now going to repeat the passage which has pleased you. For me your approbation is worth more than the plaudits of the whole house." And while the audience waited he gave anew for Binet alone the "Cadets of Gascony." Cri de Paris. the elder Coquelin. Royal annals have never recorded a completely. more varied, and extensive wardrobe than that which belonged to the "virHas the best and fullest mar gin queen." Even at the age of sixty-eigh- t, when she might "be supposed to kets reports. have outlived her youthful vanity, she possessed 99 complete official cosDEMOCRATIC in politics, bul tumes, 102 French gowns, 100 robes with trains and G7 without, 120 an- fair to everybody. tique dresses, 13G bodices, 125 tunics, not to mention such trifles as 96 man- SEND YOUR SUBSCfdP-TIO- N tles, 85 dressing gowns and 27 fans. It is possible that she had an ugly foot, for she possessed only nine pairs RIGHT AWAY of shoes, which, considering her extravagances in other articles of apparel, must have some meaning. At TO THIS PAPER-Louisvill- e not to The her death 3.000 articles were found duly catalogued in her wardrobe Times. which had adorned her proud person. -- Queen Bess' Wardrobe. Covers the general news field We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write The Gadshill Gasper - Charles Dickens this paper. M sXXSCSi ' ELL WOOD 26 INCHES WIRE FENCE PER ROD ' HIGH AT 17 CENTS visit nt John W. Gates to New shortly hefore his last trip hi was discussing Wall street .speculation and how dull it was with a friend who sometimes takes a filer in the market himself. "Let me see." said the friend: "it was five years ago that a Stock Exchange seafbrought 07,000. Now one can be got for $75,000." "Seventy-five- " thousand dollars!" shouted Gates. "If t man went down to the exchange with $75,000 real money he could get two seats on the middle aisle." New York Sun. ' On York 5tb-i:- :d Tvo Seats 'n the Aisle. At the dinner given by the contestants at the- Parker House, in Boston, after the fatigues of the match were over there were present besides the above: Hyperion Hosea Biglow Tho Autocrat The Bad Boy -- Winter and Summer Sun. The sun is nearer to the earth In winter than it is in summer. It is not distance that determines the amount of heat that we got from the sun. but the length of time the sun is above the horizon and the direction in which his rays strike us. In summer, although much farther from us, the sun is daily above the horizon much longer than when he is nearest, at tho winter solstice, and this continued action produces the summer heat In addition to this is to be reckoned the fact that in summer the force of the sun's rays is more perpendicular to the earth's surface, while in the winter they are oblique. In the case of the perpendicular ray the heat stays, while in that of the oblique ray It "glances off." so to speak. The Yery worst J .H. W. .Longfellow J. R. Lowell O. W. Holmes ...T. B. Aldrich Clement J. Driscaoll, at a dinner in New York, told' a number of amusing stories about his strenous life as commissioner of weight and measures last year. "A friend of mine," said Mr. Driscoll," noticed one morning that his grocers- looked very sad. What's the matter, old man?,my friend asked jokingly. The weights and measure man hasn't been dropping in on you I hope?' "Yes, he has,' snapped the - r We will save you money on a 26 inch'HOG PROOF FENCE as long as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 50IKC.1 , ' a inch , 34INCH 26INCH f JXfJ f fmw 'wiiiif ill hi ifi ifllil if jf f JiiiLiiITi TTwwvlf ff i 113 S8INCH AHAnnKflnnnAnnnAAAAAAA fJi i M EJ ' ' F17 rT i The Jenny Lind Rock. The Qbio river claims among its treasures the Jenny Llnd rook The singer was a .passenger on a stea.mei1 which struck on a sand bar' rocK, anu wmie waitings iorttnejKDMK row her out to the rock. wKefi! i-stood aloue and sang Of? Course. Si nearej Remembered the Accent. "Queen Mary," said the teacher to the class in the history lesson, "loved France so much that she declared 'Calais' would be found written across her heart after she was dead." , Pausing a moment, the teacher looked at a boy steadily. "Jimmy Smith," she said, "you were not listening." "Oh, yes. 1 was," Jimmy replied. VWell," what did Queen Mary say bId,be found written across her was little Jimmy's eghant reply. Exchange. rf,'ps7 "Oh, Had I the Wings. of a Dove." UU UUU l 1COHJ JJUl The daily papers reported the other iSitUCI day a visit of the primate to a cojiyiet mean to say, exclaimed my friend, prison. The prison has been built by caught you. giving convict labor. Convict hands have that ne done the carving.. A convict played fifteen ounces to the pound?' the organ, and it looks as if a convict "'Worse than that!'-groaneselected the hymns. One of them, "Oh. Had' I the Wings of a Dove." the the grocer., I.ve been giving; convicts are said to have sung with great heartiness. It is easy to believe seventeen'.' " London Truth. d B Importance Recognized. "Do yqu think that man fully appre- when his wife presented him with e to second set of twins. He was out of ciates the Importance of which we have elected him?" said one the-offic- A'Maysville man killed himself r"Kei1y," eart.' ".l'QTi trium-- IP K . job and took the coward's course. constituent "I guess he does," replied the other. He did not know that babies "The first thing he did was to say it ought to command a larger salary." are an asset instead of a liabilWashington Star. . if if if vf f wiAyyw if JllzIVft -- m ' fV t. '3 aSB1uSr55Sg1g15PAtDlfenlB'ft . Wfcll Roofing. . In the bankruptcy court "l once heard a witness asked, the amount of tils gross "Me gross Income, Is it? Sure an' I'd have yu uuow that I have no gross Income. I'm ,a fisfief 1 man. ,an' me Incomi? Is all net,"' was the astonishing reply .Green 'Bagrf ity-om- economizing. "My dear, we simply have got to economize." "Mercy sakes! Haven't I'been' omtylm?! Instead of letting have inotiej for car fare Tin htm i i.uc mitimnhln tt blai fcv H.u tn fVirk uut.vrLuw-'1'.Ki clas3." Chicago - and Romans of. .the ancient 'world invariably used whfte'.and blackbeans for voting at friala, the white bean signifying acquittal aad the black Greeks- - ' Bean Ballots. - Record-HeraMk- r; Hardware, ' Farntjraplments and r. ! . - DEH LER BROS., Street, Between nmanCBrook. ' - & &. 1 i r.-- l VI yf ITT. ' u xU6J?MtrlKt $JJFI ' t '. 1 .f V.1 n r. V i," V t xtintlllA LUUTIIWfnT. ' f I O Hi ni" i A Severe Tee. ,J He ys, darling. wna I' aMrwfth "Mandy," sald tailor to you I feel Inspired as- - if - coqld do -l ...a his wife; Tm going to giveSara ift'..TJTJU rect thing. She- -: t ft1BaC"BBu. linga a suit' of clothes for.afpig" wWVW JHIHH a luncheon tha "Mygoodneas, papa!"i exclaiated his lisM ifVpnt'cowsaitliig me. JJttle ' daughter. Wliat; , doer xa Ipig T Bast .wfth a osit.A. nWka9J?NtM BF HBaVBaaa, ui.LH ralmlfra fmia bUHav,MV. r. . i.i vori: 'liana. to succeed. .. - y K Queer Customer. 4, ' Wfr one conrlctJon. .; l- Particular Speech. . '"Mytdear, cte.you love ne still?" "IstHl lova you. and 1 suppose 1 weald 'love, you still if I ever sciwou 4 .hat way." Baltimore Americas. ' Htotwry' isMMteed Uftte ity, if one wants to dispose of the little ones Hundrens of child less women are clamoring for babies to be adopted and it is stated that that the demand mnch grater than than supply jCM -- J V l WMem . . ,r?-;"- - X- 22 3M eY.b WJL f "i iviooxbMfcrij T f T f, . kiM.f j'-v . - ikiod.-Gn- boi " ' 2r' k,V TTJ i -j. f t ""'-Krj- '.L '- ' v-it- zxm'iM I'S i JtAZ'.'!' 'i I'i i.VA..tK3 X:. . -" S lt i" " l -J .? , t '!T? . - .CSljf- - ' vi'Sas ''aaatataK Fk 5 . ' ")Vbbbbbbbbbbbb1 '. hr ' - . - r -- -- , .J? f y " X . ? ' T,r Mi J' 6fc. EW .' r r! 1- , ftTfj i ,;. i . - --i. .i r K i-A- A K' H ;: H - v m I, ...Y w wr fc. J" 1 - "k. . J I AJfcr- H I - "- .- ry . i T .? jO- - h- V- ' ". Wfc "i -a. . i -J t- - uv - i-- jv a p- - , .k T &ri . B'' . i. ;- $ PMrtaMt . -- 1 ; &' j. -- a ??,x.; SomtpMptt fifty r. -- riuzmTnm.'r Ai' ffm-my- iii--r- ' Ol.T vMrHw "r-ci- X- - . ..'-s-'- erinr .tarsi y --- ' v' Mn Bwugmr. . L. : v? ,W( :ff'"-VJ.r ' I? iR. nT - tnti -vjfc - 5 -- V tV . fft-j?- '"-- .. ,'- J ' J?, " L. 5H u A. , !t LewkCibbell, of Miami, was . in Cumber- land county last Friday. v Judge N. M; Moss was here one day last week. - The Hallowe'en party put their work in all right in our town.? J. A. Diddle was in Greens-burseveral days of last weeki Hon. H. C. Baker, of Columbia, spoke 'here last Friday night in the interest of the Republican party. The protracted services' began at the Union church last- - Friday -- hre Friday. v VIVlEtfV 1 ,' H Cv l H B bim si rm k. h. BBB. - FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery r A YOUR -- CLOTHES f v Department With its wonderful selection of the best that the mar- ketfaffords, offers Special attractive Bargains every day in the week. The Fall Line of 9fc- ' Nat Walkerwas US AND SAVE MONEY. We Handle None But the Best Levy's Special Boys' Suits-tvit- h v Our stocks aro so large that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape from which to select: and ve make Duyingr37 XATli, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. We have special things that you can get NOWHERE ELSE, such as : Carpets - Linoleum Makes shopping at our store pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Store. g, -- at Levy's Special Suits lor Men 2 ot Pants and all the Leading Lines of pairs ' FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. CATALOG , JE3SUE3Bo We issue a m'SESSS0 WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. Railroad Fares Refunded Hubbuch hich we Bros. & Wellendorff, St Incorporated 522 ?nd 524 West Market "night. Mr. G. T. Flowers spent a few days in the.community of .Fair-play, "and Mention this paper and Writo is fuU1 for anything you want in our line, and you'll got a prompt satisfactory answer. And if aftythingr you buy here is not exactly what you want it may be returned ap. your CioriiSi wiu oe immediately EEPUKDED. Members Retail Merchants Association. at Certain Times. A House Established 50 Years Ago. T&e Largest In Its Line. Third and Harket. I I FREE DEMONSTRATION 1 1 last week. Several from this place attended the stock sale at Columbia, The Bright Snot. FARMING WITH last week. Messrs. Diddle & Parson are well stocked upon good wheat, at 70 and 75c per bushel. x Mr. DYNAM1 T.E . ( I M . Pellyton. OzarK. J. F. Pendleton and fam- ily in company with Miss Bettie on Smith, visited Mr. C. C. Stephens and- - family, at Miami, a The meeting few days of last week. which was held last Saturday, and Sunday at Tabernacle, was largeMr, W. C. Hill and J. A. arrived last Friday in good ly attended. time to stamp under the rooster. Mr. Henry Workman, of this Several new wells completed place, who has been in the. inwith plenty of water in our town firmary at Lebanon for several weeks, is reported to be improvlast week, by Mr. Crit Yates. Wil-mo- re On Saturday night, October the 21st, the spirit of Miss Sarah, E. Bryant returned to God. She had been afflicted about twenty The new parsonage in our town will be completed in a very short time, and our efficient? preacher will be comfortably situated for the future. Nunly, of Hill, of Glas-.goHorse Cave,-Stron- g and Will Lyons, of were calling on our merchants last week. Messrs. W. P. w, Camp-bellsvill- e, Messrs. Baker & Morrison, of Columbia wlio have been buying $ T. W. Buchannon, 4 mile west of town on Majn St., Campertson spent Sunday with Miss bellsville, Ky., October 21st, 10 a. m. . Mr. W. W. Yates spent a few Ruth Rule. Red Cross Dynamite is sold by Sanders Brosio.,Smith & Flora, days in Metcalf county last Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Absher Campbellsville, Ky., Reed Hardware Co., Colut zy-ter. ' week, visiting his daughter, Mrs. y visited at Knifley last Saturday Miss Emma Overstreet, of y Mr. Mont Conover was visitMitchells Mr. Yates, after the and Sunday. county, wis visiting relatives ing his people near Garlin, last The Adair County News anC Courier-Journ- al 'election, will make that his Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Absher here last Saturday and Sunday. Sunday. home. and Willie Bryant visited at Bert Both One Year for $1.50. Mrs. Sarah Hatter, of this Dixon Brosi, who came here n Mr: ,Stapp, the Sunplace, who was 63 years of age, from Virginia, about a year ago, Bryant's last Saturday and. saw man, of Montpelier, was in day. Mrs. Josie Blair, had a quilt- .few weeks ago at Shiloh church. died? of typhoid fever, at the have returned to their old home. day last week, our town one Several from here attended the ing, last Tuesday afternoon, it The preaching "was fine' and home of her son, Mr. Jasper Mrs. Mollie Hudson returned was well attended. while en route for Kemp. He Farmer's Institute, last Friday. Doss, last Sunday morning, Oct., Miss Rosa Combest, has the the singing excellent. Attendhome yesterday, after a pleasant reports every thing moving on Mrs. Ethyl Russell and sons, fever. 22. Mrs. Hatter was a good ance good. There were several' visit to Mrs. C. S. Harris. nicely in his section, and not Miss Nannie Cooley, were and Several from this place attend- conversions, the writer does not christiaiflad5and had been a Maupin & Co., much said about the coming elechave visiting at Mr. Dink Dillin- ed .the entertainment at Ozark devoted member of the Baptist know the exact sawing on the set at his gham, tion. number. last Thursday. school house, on Hallowe'en churchy for jnany years. She Among others were. Mr. Maupin Mrand Mrs. H. A. Walker leavesason, Mr. Jasper Doss, place. "Mr. C. C. Renfro-mad- e a bus evening. and daughter, of Columbia, spent whom we have ore&iiy. men Mr. E. A. McKinley has the iness trip to Plum Point, one (lay Mr. Kent 'Bryantt who was and wife, Mr. Eeave3 and wife, last Saturday night and Sunday tioned, and a brother,- - Mr. S. J. contract to yard the logs, and he last wenk. badly hurt a few weeks back by heads of familes. The church "in 'cur townj visiting relatives. Ford, and seyeral other relatives Jhas qnite a lot on the yard- - al Mr. G. C. Russell hasliis new a limb falling on him, is able to rivteed greatly tosee-then- i V to mourn her loss. We' extend ready. 'Mr.Rw Shirley, of score house about completed. -- be out again. " r our sympathy to the bereaved Mr. PrM. Bryant and wife, Miss Vera Hurt was visiting st was in our midst last Mr. Mat Robertson was in Mkt Eld. Luther Ypung,, Miss, Mjrrt Cane Valley a fev days ago. her grand fathers's Mr. D. Grid-- " informed us thathe.and ones. iStHaPSPffflSWOOD er, ast Monday. Mrs. Shirley made avititfto Har-- t Ansel,.,, the, little son, of Mr.i dombest, and some others from v Mrr. M, Rice spent one night Mr. G. L. Bryant and family, 4ille, last' week, whefe their Jasper Doss, who ha$ been very--! .this place attendecLtne wih his sister, of this were visitingat Mr. J- O. Pol- H rI 'daughter is teaching. .11 rIShir- - sick with.fever, lsbetterif, atioa meeting .at Tabernacle; MiiltliLtfl r , t.'Satugay,-- ; ' 7 pey informed, us that- - every Hiing The material to build a'brldge f$ L.t&rt S; C. NNeat, 'John Q. fleys, last Wednesday evening. nBiaK0 L$liJ. Mr. W. H.( Blair and wife, and Mi S. T. Blair, attended the t '? Sj HronFe ic&: U W'J Cooperative meeting last Satur-tla- y HANUFAGTURCO BY pne,forJ leoge citf Ae &,-,ItisSlew rt kn Wirks Gcxnv at Teernacle church." ,WCH iHMMHVintB. i75? J?--!t i i THJ.IVHMItl Cftycrift. CINCINNATI, OHIO 'p6aftfoii,:and :gettfi J J . Mr. GkL. Blahand wife, visitjj ?enc iicelTed the Hieliest atlWt;i. leraan m The Q&M iCIIJtajHliMtte 05S w Springs, Saturday) wiSSeaa2'"'World's r ed the Russell i WiXi RmsW ato&re thw-c j. 4W1 v. ry TSEfe' ana sunaay. aua wnne tnere j .iag3Jj fTeeoaoaucal fence yoa can wfe VrSt! 1U -' vk!eTor kfooa they . itractiTe IMMimCZ, ItoC nuvorit4AM BBttt fl' ih timmttMmmBSmm iiBfciliHirTr IF' ing to a fine sermon delivered by ' 3HL .jhBllW jhilJMiiit:ic T M TwaiVHBiBipsfcn HWrar jl c'iHMV(i'a K rMr " rymmm rcwnmnmwKmmMf oacc L-tLwiwm L MHBHaHH JadlHHim &' iBhiifMief& I .aB. BOWvvBa JD ;Ptfcytaistr isjt,i af i wmmiti fctcyttoaw r .V? w X ' WBf VHHBHIVBl v -n uk t 3-- hickory timber here for the past month, closed up their business last Saturday. years, and for about three years past she has been confined to her bed almost helpless. During the long time in which she has been fa sufferer, she nas been tenderly ing. cared for. Every wish was Mr. W. D? Jones, of Knoxville, gratified. The funeral was at Tenn., visited his parents at this the home, by Bro. Murrell, and place, recently. the remains laid to rest in the Clarence, the little son of Mr. family burying ground. 'Much T. J. Cooper, ha3 been on the sympathy is felt for the sister-in-lasick list for several days. and the aged brother, vho Mr. J. H. Sanders, of this watched by her bedside so long. Hallowe'en was celebrated by place, was in Campbellsville last the pupils of Miss Annie Montweek, loading lumber. gomery. They had some nice W. E. Sanders left last Monday for Knoxville, Tenn., where pieces, and performed their part well after which we had an inhe will attend the Medical College. This will make his third teresting spelling. Henry C, the little son of Mr. year. and Mrs. Lawrence Montgomery, Mr. Joe West returned last who has been quite sick, is betweek from the armjr. w Ca-se- Mr. W. P. Dillingham, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Robertson were visiting at Mrs. Ethyl Russell's Sunday. Miss Fannie Cave and brother, Walter, and Mr. Willie Thomas were also guests of Mrs. Russell. Mr. and "Mrs. John Thomas of, , I Drawn from actual photograph Stumps blasted out into firewood. Jfi Kansas, are visiting the former's mother, who is very sick. Mrs. Jno. Rule and son, Edgar, visiter! at Russell Springs several days ago. Mr. Ode, Lawless and little daughter, and Miss Mattie Nance, of near Elkhorn, are at W. H, Absher's this week. Several from here attended the meeting at Taberon Drawn from actual photosraph. Ten months later SSQftfc worth of celery per acre. quick, cheap, and safe way to use Ihe giant Jorcc ol djTiamite to Come and learn the x&dfcrxi nacle. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smith and children, and Mr. and Mr3. G. C. Russell were guests at Dela-ne- y Robertson 'i last week. Misses Emma and Clara Rob- - Remove Stamps and Boulders. PI 5' Break Up Snbsoils and Make Old Farms amiBifiniiines. i,v ?0immrzA I rTO RED CROSS DYN Mil T E Will Be Demonstrated on tlie Farm ell . rr.i A - .- -- ' well-know- com-menc- ed con-verte- d- Mill-tow- n, Fn-day.a- nd "- -- Co-op- us T mm, -- tiZjl V-- fert 4D & fji -- -- i- kr. 1 I. 4 1 '&' V srita & iiJJrnunity ?$n -- "--- hd'vUm6lim r?s"'w,"?"v ! -- va$f? fr UP3rtj-&Z- MaaMSfl & iwwea tmtii.) k --- mat I j A . KSW . , .1 - : i".J.''' mA ,. ' , 14 i - : "" V vwv. mtrroamfn vifMbB -- YV&"rtHfcak rn . r4 "v ! r ; w-- Sj li. V :j?7jfcw . . . ,- ?Zl v- w. L1, Kjma iv. .. ? , Tk H "S r A A rt fv;- - 4. .1 ?- -