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Wfllson: m v, a q ST S o T 3 S rooster which appeared last week on uary 1st, it is lawful to shoot quail, rabp3 p 63 a SB w - 3D "-1 g D a n ST go "By the custom of our fathers all of kok bits may W e. 1" o first pace- - Tbe fact o o be shot any time during the a 0 2. p a o oa a the years since sixteen hundred and a e a ? p we? 1 2B -. little on the shoddy order not showing year except pe : e PRECINCTS t 0 52 a from September 5th to thirty-nine- , a so 3 u and following the procla: c o perfect marks jof the Game, but all the November 15th: O 3 c 8 :S 1 it is lawful to snoot to mation of the President of the United same we placed him on deck. This squirrels, from November p : 15fh to Feb-uar- y States, 1 appoint and set aside Thursrooster was purchased a few years ago 1st, and from June 15th to Septday, the thirtieth day of November, by a memher of this office who antici- ember 15th: ducks and geese from Aug15? .rril 162 nineteen hundred and eleven as a day of 157 15 15H 109 1M1 159 1W great Democratic victory in ust 15th to April 157 234 pated a 234 235 2tt2 Z& 237 EAST 1301 131 1301 132 84 1341 148 Thanksgiving 130 131 130 1st; doves from Aug- WEST COLULBIA ... 130 146 146 149 146 146 uq 116 188 to our God for His bounty COLUMBIA.. . which strength rather than beauty, 92 9; 92 70 92 89 94 96 96 110 96 96 ust 1st to Febuary 1st; wood-coc- k from M1LLTOWN V) 21 89 and His blessings. 90 89 90 90 90 21 21 21 Our country has 21 21 dominating significance of 21 21 21 would be the KELTNER icoI 1601 153 lGOl 15: 160 1061 K106 16ti 160 163 160 160 106 1071 1061 106 113 131 131 131 time,in announcing June 2oth to Febuary 1st; snipe, at any GRADYVILLE...;... 10(5 lod 106 14 131 131 131 been spared the trials of war and the 132 131 130 11 136 '131 132 132 our emblem, at that 133 132 135 133 132 ELROY time. It is unlawful to shoot any HARMONY 44 44 44 burdens 44 44 lOfj lOSl 44 39 45 44 1 108 10a 108 113 109 ioa 10$ of sorrow and suffering. We party victory. 1 151 1151 115 117 115 115 117 115 103 115 115 164j 164 IK 164 164 176 164 1641 164 164 Thrush, Meadow Lark, Finch, Martin, GLENVILLE 159) 1351 1591 159 1591 144 159 159 162 159 have enjoyed the blessings of peace and 135 159 159 133 13G was ours 1341 13S 155 '13a 137 It so happened that defeat 14S1 148 148 137 148 149 148 74 I4H 14 148 74 74 74 Swallow, Woodpeckers. Red or Blue WHITE OAK 84 74 74J 7i A 81 81 81 78 81 81 81 81 69 of a high degree of hoppiness and gen81 81 85 85 85 and our rooster was therefore placed Bird, Catbird or other insect iverous LITTLE CAKE 88 85 85 PELLYTON 1591 154 159 159 looi 100 162 erous 153 1001 159 159 10(1 159 lafl 19a 100 100 1O0 1001 -106 101 gifts. No civil disorders have been unROLEY in cold storage where he has 1671 16: Ib154 167 167 167 170 167 131 131 131 Iff 131 Iff 131 131 146 131 131 131 bird at any time. Possessions of ani- CANE VALLEY 4rt 4P 51 45 41 brought sorrow or shame to our Com4 4H 4" . 41 7?L 41 72 73 73 J$ ' 731 der chilly conditions for more than four mals or bird within prohibited time is EGYPT. 1 WiJ 1 OM' 1 09 J 173U1 1 717 16151 1 b(M 1 60S" 1 817 1 603 1 604 145071 16041 1 6051 1 59H 1 707 16871 1 685 1 4821 1 678" 1 U monwealth. We have kept the covyears, so in part, this is one reason evidence of guilt The law does not enant of the law with each other and why his plumage showed imperfection allow for any persons to hunt upon the with our Maker. We have maintained and his force not in keeping with his property Our County Attorney. Reading Room Suggested. Cash for Accounts and Notes of another, and permission peace, neighborly good will and friend-si- p family. The tide has turned and there must be obtained or violators may be throughout the boundaries of the Mr. Gordon Montgomery is one of the is abundance of evidence that he will be prosecuted. A fine of $5 to g25 may We suggested last week the organ- best County Attorneys whoever filled Commonwealth without reproach. We year hence, to again apComes easily if you place them with expected, a be assessed against any persou found pear, and as he is now in the open in the hunting or fishing on inclosed grounds us for collection. We collect notes and ization of a debating club in the town, the position in Adair; and the people have enjoyed the blessings of liberty accounts and look after claims any and we feel sure it would prove in- throughout the county have long since and complete freedom under the law. balmy and invigorating atmosphere of of the richest without consent of owner. where in the United States, and do not structive and entertaining to the young concluded that no mistake was? made The public peace and the fair name of liberty, in plain view by fiis tribe, he when he was elected. It is his business the State have not been marred by make any charges unless we collect. and old of the community. harvest ever enjoyed HurtFudge. liking Along the same line comes another to look after the finances of the county, feud3 or lawless bands. Our people will be in perfect form and to the If any body owes you, write us about suggestion which is deserving of consid- and he is doing it with a watchful eye. have worked together with free good May's Collection Agency. of the most exacting. The days of his On Wednesday morning at ten a. m. it. respect for each other's eration, and which we trust will take It is also made his duty to prosecute of- will moulting have passed, his plumage re Somerset. Ky on Nov. the 1st, Mr. L Fudge and Miss opinion, faith and feelings as they did form. fenders, and he has no favorites when turning in perfect order and feeding on Helen Hurt, of Grider, were married at It is the establishment of a reading transgressors are brought before the before. the growing demands of "equal rights the home of the bride. Miss Hurt is Storm in Green County. The solid foundation of sound goverroom. A new lot of books have been court. While he is strictly guarding to all and exclusive privileges to none" a daughter of Mr. Will Hurt of Grider, ordered for the county school library, the interest of the county, every man nment laid by our fathers has upheld our not fail of the greatest develop- and a niece of Mrs. Milt Fields of Breedhe can hand could be who is brought before him, and every institutions and fulfilled the just exment and highest efficiency in blessing ing. The groom is the youngest son of The storm last Saturday night was which with those on made available for the purpose, if the claim presented for payment, will be pectations of our forefathers. Our factcountry, for he has no organic or our Mr. Edd Fudge of of Allen's, being terrific and very destructive in Green given a fair and honest consideration. ories have produced a great output. constitutional defects in his makeup. only 20 and the bride not quite 20. The county. At Gresham, the roof of Mr. citizens of the town will The County Superintendent, Miss Pearl At the expiration of his present term All our business interests have prospergrow and develop power, Watch him bride wore white satin, Miss Zella Chalmus Wilson's dwelling was blown Hindman, expresses her willingness to we predict that a unanimous voice will ed, and for all these gifts and blessings gameness and beauty. Fields, maid of honor also wore white. off. At Moody, Jake Anderson's to- open her office any two evenings a say he did his duty faithfully and im- to our country and old Kentucky, I call Mr. B. Fudge, brother of the groom bacco barn was destroyed and also a week, and to furnish the use of the upon our people to gather in their partially. small dwelling on his farm was terribly Thoughts on the Election. .was best man. homes and churches to render praise library the books not to books in the The happy young people left immedi- wrecked. Corn in the shock was blown be removed. and thanks to our Lord. ately after the ceremony for the in every direction, fences removed and Butler Smith. two "Given under my hand and the seal In connection with this should be Now a better day is dawning, grooms father, where they will make trees uprooted. At other points in the or three papers, and the leading periodof the State at the Capitol at FrankTimes are not so dreary, Miss Ella Butler and Mr. Johnnie their future home. They have the con- county considerable damage was done. icals. fort this, thirteenth day of November, Other ranks are surely yawning Smith surprised their many friend the nineteen hundred and eleven and gratulations of their many friends in of the A small contribution from our public Since the election of" McCreary. first Sunday by getting married. There independence of the United States, the their marriage for a long and happy Hotel for Sate. spirited citizens could secure all the were not any one knowing of the one hundred and thirty-sixth- . X life. What 2. majority we'v got! current literature that would be re- announcement until the day previous to "AUGUSTUS E.WILSON,Governor. schooling, It will be to all a periodicals could be reThe Hotel known as the Hancock Ho- quired! The To the members and friends of the the wedding it was announced to the "BEN L. BRUNER, Secretary of State. and McDermott Garnett, McCreary, the office, in connection with family. Cane Valley Baptist Church, Instead tel in Columbia, Ky., is for sale. It is tained in To do our great State's ruling. "R. A. COOK, Assistant Secretary of library. of the regular appointment on the 4th located on Burkesville, street In said the Miss Ella had been a correspondent State." will take charge We trust some one Now we have the "Three in one," Sunday the pastor will preach on town, has 23 rooms, is comparatively County papers for the past would certainly for the Hart It For public good's inspection, Saturday night Nov. 18th and Sunday netit has fine well, two stables, one of this matter. community, especial- three years. She has made many greatly benefit the Execution Sale. And good Adair's illustrious son the 19th at 3 o'clock P. M. and on used as a livery stable and the other as friends which are numbered by her &c ly our young people, Did much in that election. Saturday night the 26th. There will be a private stable; the finest garden spot quaintance. She is the only daughter in Columbia. The hotel is well furnishContent", no preaching on the fourth Sunday. By. Virtue of Judgment and order of of the late Auretis Butler deceased, who And now we rest at "Heart's ed. Will sell all the furniture and evD. H. Howerton, Pastor. died two years ago, and is only twenty sale which issued from the office of the In our exalted station, Notice. Important erything connected with it. The hotel years of age. Mr. Smith is one of Judge of the Barren Quarterly Court With Ollie James to represent Ministers, who preach in Adair and enjoys as fine patronage as any hotel To Whom Barrens young men and a hustling far- on the 14th day of October, 1911, for Our good State in the Nation. It May Concern: adjoining counties, will please hand to ever run in Columbia. For any further X dollars We have given you six weeks to ar- mer, a son of Mr. .W. W. Smith of the sum of ($71.09) Seventy-on- e or send their regular appointments to particulars apply to or address, range to pay your note and overdraft, Game Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will and nine cents, with interest thereon, Junius Hancock, Eev. D. H. Howerton, pastor of the Rev. J. W. Weldon, Columbia, Ky., In in the Citizen's Bank, and some of you make their home for a short time with at the rate of 6 per cent., per annum Columbia, "Ky. place, clo sed his order that their Sunday dates may be Baptist church, this the brides mother. Mrs. Nannie Butler. from the 9th day of October. 1911, until have failed to come up. first year the latter part af October. published in The News. unless Dr. James Menzies performed the cere- paid, and the cost of this action, sub-ju- ct . Now this notice is to you, and For a valuable consideration I have At a business meeting of the church to the lien thereon, claimed by once, suit mony and Miss Lizzie Rosson of Red It is our understanding that Thanks-givi- n this day assigned and sold to W. T. you settle these matters at you. last Wednesday evening, he was recalldolLick was maid of honor. The bride Jno. Taylor for ($85.) Eighty-fiv- e filed against each of services will be held in the Bap- - Price, all of the fees and coat due and will be ed for another year. Mr. Howerlon wore pale blue silk and the maid navy lars, and subject also to ($70.) Seventy 1811. Winfrey, L. C. Nov., 6. is a zealous minister, and quite a numb- tist church, the sermon to be preached owing to me on this date, Oct., 28th.l9-11- , Blue. dollars the amount exempt to the det Rec, Citizen's Bank. on all law suits and Commonwealths er of new members were added to the by Rev. J. W. Weldon. The last ThursThey have the congratulations of fendant Jno. Patrick as a resident of church roll during his first year. Plans day in this month will be the day, the judgments that have been rendered or their host of friends. & this commonwealth with a family. I Regular Appointments. . for a greater work are laid for the year 30th. that may be rendered in the future, Marrowbone, Ky will on Friday November the 17th, at and I hereby authorize and direct the just began. Jno. Thurman farm, near Breeding, A little son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Rev, C. F. Breeding, will preach party or parties .that owe said fe3s Ky., at 1 p. m , or thereabout, offer Notice. Denney was accidentally struck in the Mr. Orrest Hamilton returned from cost or the officers 'that each month as follows: and for sale to the highest bidder upon a Hopewell, first Sunday. Metcalfe county Sunday night. He eye with a stick by his little sister last collect same to pay said fees and cost I hereby notify all persons that sub- credit of three months, the following Thursday, and at first it was thought Providence, second gunday. says the storm was terrific in that to said Price. scribed to the Boys Corn Contest personal property or a sufficiency Jamestown, fourth Sunday. county Saturday night. One man, who that the sight would be distroyed. Witness my hand the 28th day of Oct. Preminm Fund to please come in and thereof, to satisfy said Judgment, interowned a fine apple orchard of one hun- Later developments indicate that "the 1911. pay their subscription to N. H. Moss est and cost as the property of Jno. SALT FOR SALE. dred trees, lost all but seven. A great eye will be saved. J. F. Neat, late Clerk Adair Circuit County Judge, of Adair Co by the 15th Patrick, to wit: One saw mill, consist fencing was removed, corn, in deal of Court. day of Nov. ,1911, as the contest comes ing of boUer and engine saw-ri- g and Mr. .J W. Richards writes from Omathe shock scattered, and many trees . off the 18th. tools belonging thereto. Bond. with apha, Neb., that his wife continues to imblown down. I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, Yours Resp. proved security and payable to A. D. prove, but slowly. He says that the to the wife of Dan Clark, which cost only 15 cents more than the Born, N. H. Moss. Patteson, Sheriff Adair County, and 52-Mrs, Sallie Montgomery, the widow weather in Nebraska is teo cold for Wednesday, Nov. 8, a daughter, moth- 5i bushel barrel which you buy else- bearing interest at the rate of 6 per 33-Sam Lewis. of Mr. J. B. Montgomery, deceased, is him, and that he will have to go South. er and baby are doing well. where. cent., from date until paid will be rehow in charge of the boarding house bequired of the purchaser. This October week it was necessary for us to Fine time for hog killing if a body 28, 1911. tween Fourth and Fifth, Chestnut Last Mr. Robert Conover is disabled, a Adair county The Fiscal Court of out-sheets, our edition street, Louisville. She would 'be send runfew half The half sheets con- - rising on his right hand giving him a will be Democratic by one majority had the hogs. A. D. Patteson. S. A. C. Aring short. pleased if her Columbia friends would good deal of pain and trouble. after the first of January. and home news and elec- stop with her when they visit the city.: tamed State Seed Wheat. Mr. William Powell, who lives at returns. The place is known as "The Dinwitty tion Balked At Cold Steel. Joppa, this county, met with a very The pie supper given by the ladies of Boarding House." I have 100 bushels of seed wheat, serious accident last Wednesday. He Prof. W. M. Wilson has removed to "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot the Baptist Church, brought in about Miss Sallie Field's property, on Burkes"New Columbia," recleaned, for sale was using a chopping axe and it glancoff," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, seventeen dollars. Buford Mercer, a boy seventeen, ville street, near the square. Miss C. S Harris. ed, cutting one of his feet very badly. at $1.00 per bushel. had been the "although a horrible ulcer years old, who makes his home with Field has rooms at the home of Mr. and plague of my life for four years. InOn the 12th of December Senater Mc- X Mr. John N. Conover, gathered this Mrs. J. O. Russell. There were six widows who took dinStarts Much .Trouble. stead I used Bhcklen's Arnica Salve, Creary will be inaugurated Governor of year thirteen barrels of corn off one-ha- lf Kentucky. ner at the home of Mrs. Mary Caldn conjyletely cured. and my foot If all people knew thBt neglect of well, last Wednesday. Their ages Mr. Sam Antle left Nonday for acre of ground. No one had anya, Heals burns, Boils, Sores, Bruises, should constipation would result in severe in- ranged as follows: 54, 56, 73. 73, 83, to do with cultivating it but him- Louisville, where he will reenlist in the thing Boys who are in thecontest Pimples, Corns, Sure"st Pile cure, United States army. He recefved his self. remember that the show will be next digestion, yellow jaundice or virulent 94. Combined age, 431. Drug Co. discharge about two months 'Ego, spend- 25c at Paull Saturday. liver trouble, they would soon take Dr. Allen Smith, of color, who lives in ing his vacation at home. The hunting season will open upon its fifteenth The News entered Mr. Ambrose Burton, who lives be- King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its Wednesday, the 15th. Birds are said the Milltown country, lost hiswif e last a year last week, and with the issue week She was very m uch respected Democrat, was Sreatmanyof our subscribers began a tween Vester and Eg7pt, was reported the only safe way. Best for biliousness to be plentiful in some sections of the Mr. Luther Beir, hv white DeoDle and many attended elected Justice of the peace in Grady-vill- e nsw year. Those who know they are dangerously ill last Friday threatened headache, dyspepsia, chills and debil - tcounty, and hunters are anticipating fine sport. the funeral. She was buried at the and Elroy precincts. Frank Wil- behind with their subscriptous, will with appendicitis. ity. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Hunthr grave yard, on the Glasgow son, Democrat, was elected constable pleasesend in the price of the paper, For Rent. The U. S Government has made road. in the same districts. i Saturday and be at the the Bank of Columbia one of the deCome in next The storm Saturday night, did conFarm on Greensurg Road, known as corn show. positories for the Postal Savings Bank Mr. Sam Beck and Mr. J. A. EngLNJ. Coomer,v who was committed siderable damage in some of our adjoin- the Triplett property, one half mile recently established at Columbia. lish have embarked in tha grocery to the Lakeland Asylum from Adair ing comities, but no distraction has from court house. Mrs. Eliza Powell, w,idow of the late Mr. Beck will manage the county, on the 28th of last May, has business. been" reported at this office as having G. W. Dillon or. Milton Powell, died' at Joppa, this JudgeT. A. Murrell has removed to vstore and he invites his former custo- beeu paroled. occured in Adair county. county, last Monday night. She was his property, on the Campbellsville Bank. ' First National mers to call and see him. 52- - 3t 79 years old, a good woman and will be pike, just beyond the bridge, recently good interest in the meetThere is a Mr. Selden Hatcher, ,a greatly missed. occupied by Mr- - J. A. Willis. Hindman, School Super-- 1 ing atiUnion conducted by Rev. J. K. citizen; highly respected died, at his 1 Miss Pearl Bev J. W. Weldon 'will preach at .Z3r intendent, requests theewBflrMate Crawford, and the services are likely late home Monday morning. ' He was, Columbia Sunday Nov. 19th at 11 a.m.-Last week, at the home of "Mrs. Mar- Merchants of Columbia will soon com- , for lo contimje-througthis.weel. the money due the trustees that over seventy years old. An extended and garet Tucker asd Mrs. Kinnie Murrell, . Bteace reeemag UBoatmae.Vj supplies. . ! 'v taking the school census will not be T peach tree was in full bloom. t notice will appear next week. " -- V! ' Seat ferasers arejot through gather - Twe weeks from now, a . great raeai ox. a The corn contest promises 'to "be inready until the first of next year. will lbe,next .Saturday. L Mrs. Ermine , Helm,1 the wieWs terejsting. Weernin thoHpty., , - -- .Sv tiasafyweil be t&mv V vi" tkrewga While Prof: Wibeo'Vaaat his home, rivejvwould Tnepe axewcmite a numner ox contest JohnHW'Hetai, died war Tarmew, living on Green WilMainhOTr'Hif0 ft'imiTn TnfH' taagat' . i w ? BBaaaiiapaasmA j. wbbbbbbbbbwf'awiBK.v'mrv abioy some dry v.-,weatber. - Kkny; of I .,.. Swwiay. .Russell c6wty,;lMtE fekiaintaeGradelscaeel. w. .t ?. j r$ mtmm have aot gatuerea inetr com. t - l . aawaway wrwmmtmrabout fifty, years" oW. J j - d.HMl rj-- . ?! & a-- St as SO f to-d- ay B - SS. 'I 9-- 45-3- m and-honest .?r 53-2- 52-3- t. 2t 3t a was-soo- Ex-em- I? i J to-da- y, - t well-know- n tonUr -- 1 i. It -- , mightYt-'snewed'aiidse- -- Tar. ? -- - -- pt .. 1 jrS w -- TW stoA law carried by a large rypwcc i- SaturiaV bar' Sunday was a d Ma-day- ,-- . m? -- Vj aMBfraa- - b b BoraTto tbe'wif x Y.. sL V it Tas. CerWs.Xov. " ' "' A j , " irwMiiivaVsaV x V. . s,.msi.;r-- 'k. ' "r- n T7i j-- "' -l m . - """-a - rA. ?JT. . T I ifcllMi. M VeeeWpse WWW - ..": - - WMM Ml . (Tiiday),- v - nrwat . wiMs ,i ext ;ttrt tae'Mgjile ofC. aHale;: c, ; w. jr ' F. i - .; v - tV -- :i ;- - - J, - "v A -f -- wrwM ' ' HB aaBaaaBar.BaBa..t . i ... -- . jseicmLm. - - 't .. ' eaBB,' fsj1 ijj ii wsKS5 P iPiaWK ?il,till HWlllW - v ., ,, 1l - A M WTft laH E-T--fV M V ?: . T 9 ..1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r - 1- - k. we i- - r and weigh the corn, and send measure- ment 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 either ground or corn measured. A withdrawal from this does not prevent him from entering the contest in the exhibit on the 18th, and every boy who got seed furnished by Judge Moss is expected here with samples of corn on that day. Each boy is to show ten ears of corn. Should the committee fail to collect the full amount of premiums, then each winner in the contest will bear his proportional loss. The corn to be exhibited in the court-housand to on exhibition in Judge Moss' remain e, other night and got a lot of fleas on him, and is expecting to be attacked by them now at any Saturday, November 18, is the Day time. for the Judges to Decide. There is a dangerous mud hole Those in charge of the contest have in the roadjust after you pass decided on the following plans, and the Dog Hill church, and to pretherefore request every contestant to vent anybody from running into promptly comply. It is as follows: Two men have been selected in each it a committee dug a couple of voting precinct, to measure the ground ditches across the road at that ADAIR BOYS CORN CONTEST. BMJMHai KJ' CaMAftttH 1 '".i HAVE No AIRY - BEDROOMS, THE CEKUW TREATMENT HOG CHOLERA. FOR mm Vf an EETRIGG Kmmf CENTRAL pom HBafiBL KXOE RIVER VALLEY . point. Slim Pickens has purchased himself a pair of overalls and some heavy gloves to wear when he takes his job at Tickville, which consist of ringing the bell OREGON CONIE9P0NOENCC solicited r I, . inirir This' matter must not be reprinted without special permission. at the Methodist church every third Sunday. Luke Mathewsla while seated on the fence near his home yesterday fell to tKe ground and received injuries on the head and body. The fall came as a great surprise to him, he being asleep at the time of its occurrence. The postmaster has issued instructions that hereafter no letters must pass through the office unless they are addressed on the front side of the envelope, as he has not the time to gf around behind any tetters at thisbusy There Is nothing that gets second band and out of style faster than an automobile unless it is a woman's hat of tlje current mode. Corn and alfalfa are the keystones of success, not only in the production of beef and pork, but in the production of butter fat Wherever the two crops will grow there prosperity is sure to be found. Some one who has tried it recommends putting a cupful or more of salt into the cistern to purify and sweeten the water. This causes impurities to separate and settle, when the clear water on top may be dipped or pumped off. office, with name and address of producers. In selecting the men to determine the amount of land and weight of corn, the committee has selected good men, and while the performance of this work will require some time without money compensation, yet it is trusted and believed that every man will be faithful and prompt to every call in his district. The premium money has been subscribed by the two banks and business men in this town, with the exception of a few dollars from good farmers. Re- season. member, if in the contest, gather your Miss Hostetter Hocks has writcorn and have land measured and corn weighed by the men, or by one of them ten a poem that reminds the in your precinct. Below we give people that summer is passing their names: Gradyville; C. 0. Moss, J. A. Diddle. and autumn is upon us. The Elroy; Jim Simpson, Geo. Akin. poem will not take very well as Keltner; W. S. Pickett, W. H. nearly every body around Hog-wallo- w Kemp. Milltown; Frank Dohoney, Will Hind-mahas already n. Farmer's Child Should Contract Consumption These Days. There is little doubt that a large portion of the cases of tuberculosis among farmers has its origin in the low, close, unventllated sleeping rooms common in the story and a half dwelling. To save a little in the cost of lumber the fanner has, unwittingly no doubt, prepared conditions the most favorable for the development of germs, which niay at any time find lodgment in the longs of his children. A. case is cited where four boys and girls, born of robust parents, but compelled to pass their nights in close, half story rooms, were carried off by consumption almost as soon as they reached maturity, while to their ancestry the disease was unknown. The so called bungalow type of dwelling Is little more than a revival, under another name, of the old, plainer, pestiferous story and a half dwelling. If the owner will only sleep on its wide porch' winter and summer he may afford to live in it But to sleep in a room whose celling will not allow one to stand upright except on a limited portion of the floor and where the air space is totally insufficient for health is enough to commit slow suicide. If high ceilings are anywhere desirable, that "where" is in sleeping rooms. A arm an? Hog cholera is getting hi its deadly, ravages in a good many sections, and a word about the serum treatment may be welcome to some who Jive in sections where the disease is spreading. A number of state legislatures have set aside a fui d to cover the cost of the manufacture of the serum, the state veterinary department making the serum and selling It to- farmers of the state at cost. The Nebraska Agricultural college at Lincoln has recently issued a tiirjt vlljttle bulletin on the Bubject, and the following data, while taken from this publication, is of general interest and would apply to any section. To secure a serum of uniform quality It is necessary to mix the four bleedings from each hog, then mix those from a number of hogs and test carefully before sending out. It has been found that the serum costs 2 cents per cubic centimeter to make, while the dose recommended is twenty cubic centimeters per 100 pounds of hog and for pigs weighing less than 100 pounds. On this basis the treatment for a hog weighing 300 pounds would cost $1.20r which is an expense surely justifiable on a hog selling at ?5 per hundredweight and particularly so in the case of valuable pure bred animals. The pamphlet in question suggests calling a qualified veterinarian at once on the appearance of sickness resembling cholera in the herd, the killing of a sick pig and ascertaining the real character of the disease at once by a postmortem examination. Unless the disease is Indicated the serum should not be given, as it would render the hog3 immune but three or four weeks. It is of no use to give a sick hog the treatment. Only well hogs that have been exposed to cholera should receive the injection of serum. Otherwise a lasting immunity will not result. Some hogs that have had the germs in their systems several days will likely die in spite of the treatment Where one cannot secure the aid of a veterinary surgeon the farmer can treat the hogs himself provided he exercises the necessary precautions. The hogs should be in a dry, clean place at least twenty-fqu- r hours before receiving the treatment In addition to the serum, which should have been got direct from the state veterinary department, and one should have a ten cubic centimeter syringe, the hog to be treated should have the inside of the thighs washed thoroughly with a 5 per cent solution of some good coal tar dip, and the serum should be injected deeply into the muscles, not over twenty cubic centimeters being put in one place. The serum may be injected just under the skin of the abdomen, but it is not so readily absorbed. The bulletin above referred to does not make reference to it, but a point that should be emphasized is the wisdom of steering clear of serums advertised at a bargain price by Irresponsible firms. No serum should be used except that furnished by the state veterinary department or a firm recommended by it. - (jaurden WASTE IN APPLE POMACE Hand Presses In Ordinary Use Don't Get Out Half the Sugar. "Johnny, come along. You've been so bad I'm going to lock you up in the cellar." "Why, ma, yon wouldn't have any bad apples down cellar, would you?" "Only good apples go down cellar, don't they?" "Of course." "Is it the good apples or the good cellar that makes the bad boy good?" Here ma's patience became exhausted and Johnny was not only hustled down to darkness, but he got something that kept him warm down there for a long time. All of which leads up to the point that an apple cellar should be the tidiest and sweetest corner of the house. Kothing else should ever be stored in it. Its walls should at least be twenty inches thick, and it should have abundant windows to be kept open all summer to draft of air and kept entirely free of any decay. There should be no moldy boards nor any smell of mildew; in other words, the air should be fit to breathe. "When the apples are stored the draft should be stopped, and when steady cold ts in you should shut the cellar 'bt, and let it stay closed until May. You can place such a cellar as this conveniently under part of your barn, possibly, or under your carriage house, only there should be no stable adjacent The floor overhead should be covered with autumn leaves, spread thickly. The thermometer all winter should stand at about 33 just above freezing. Put your apples in shallow bins; ce- F I n "Certainly not" LESSON FROM JAPAN. Only Big as Kansas, She Has More The fall thus far has been' ideal for the securing of a. supply of seed corn under the most favorable conditions. If there is any man whose seed corn fails to germinate next spring it will be his own fault because he- - is lazy or careless or both. Anthracnose, a plant disease that apple and pear trees, can be kept largely in check by spraying the trees as soon as the leaves havr fallen with the bordeaux mixture. A thorough treatment at this time has been found to give excellent does much damage to both results. Not a few boys and girls whoin life and fail of anything worth while got their start when their parents sided with .them wrongly as against the teacher at school. This is not a theory, but a condition that can be verified from the experience- - of teachers everywhere. - Cane Valley; J. W. Sublett, Lige Hancock. Casey Creek; Minetree Monday, Emit Goode. received notifications of a change of season through the columns of the ac. Japan has about the area of Kansas, but her percentage of agricultural land is about that of New fiampshire. It doesn't look as if she would need many agricultural schools, does it? Most of her farms are so small that they would about make a stack yard for one of us. Yet twenty-thre- e years ago, says a Japanese writer Dairyman, Japan had six schools where farming was taught And then came the twenty years of her most rapid progress. China was defeated in- war and then the mighty Russia. The whole strength of the nation was expended on those things which would enable her to carry the awful load of army, navy and bonded debt And what became of the six agricultural schools? Instead of being allowed to- dwindle 's Than 4,000 Agricultural Schools. - ' v ' .... X"$" s' j , v 'I - they have multiplied, until in 190S there were in Japan 4,375 agricultural schools! The mail carrier was delayed for several hours on his trip into Wheat. White Oak; J. N. Murrell, Hirum Hogwallow Saturday night, and Conover. was completely overtaken by 'Glenyille; Geo. Helm, Tom Epperson. darkness several miles east of his .Egypt; Ben Gr?nt, Ben Roberson. destination. However, he proHarmony; Anthus Loy, Cap Lewis. East Columbia; R. A. Waggener, ceeded' slowly, and was overMelvin Conover. taken by the moon, and traveled West Columbia; J. N. Coffey, Murray. along with it the rest of the way ellyton; Cal Neal, Oscar Sinclair. Little Cake; Frank W. Miller, Tom In these schools were enrolled 182,-20pupils, and in that year there were graduated from these- schools 03,406 - & children. The good Lord apparently knew what he was about when he ordained that men and women should unite their efforts" in the making of a home. Either sex makes a pretty bad mess of it when they attempt to go it alone. Of the two the man seems to be- entitled to even more sympathy than- the - ELECTRIC CURRENTS JOKE. - NO jg & woman. Some one fond of statistics ha- the large has found that the Russian- uses on an average two pounds of soap per year and the Englishman twenty-one pounds, but since he uses cold water he is not any cleaner than who uses seventeen pounds a year with warm water. The Frenchman uses fifteen pounds of cleanser and the German ten pounds. - Hogwallow News. home. - Womanly Wisdom. "The blind man from the Calf Ribs community has joined the Excelsior Fiddling Band, and The choicest garb, the sweetest was sworn in Saturday night. grace, The chief advantage of the- cement Hereafter, when the band goes Are oft to strangers showji: floor for the poultry lies ,in. the fact to serenade a dangerous person, The caaeless mien, that it rat and skunk proof. The thelfrowning tendencyis of the floor to gather dampthe blind man will be made to face, ness at certain seasons of the year lead the way. can be overcome by a thin covering Are given to our own. of earth or a generous scattering of Tickville Tidings reports The We flatter those wescarcely litter. For the superstructure walls that during the electrical storm of the henhouse no material excels clay know, hollow blocks, which Insure both dryin that vicinity last week f everal ness and warmth. We place the fleeting guest. fields of corn were shocked. And deal full many a thoughtA lady friejl who is a reader of The red mule belonging to Sim these notes reduced her jelly operations less blow Flinders has fattened up so to a minimum during the hot weather To those who love us best. by bringing her fruit juices to a boil much that the stable will have and canning them. She will make her To remove potato, onion and jelly as she wants it during the comto be enlarged. - The ground on Washington Hock's iarm is so poor and thin that he takes a deep cold every winter. Firsby Hancock is engaged this week in making needed re. pairs on several stumps on his j farm. Atlas Peck has been 'eluding the mosquitoes for the past few nights by sleeping with a meal sifter over his face. The Wild Onion school teacher informed his pupils Thursday that some of the newspaper talk is only ink deep. There is talk of building an addition on the back part of the Hog Ford church to date the largest crowd that sits now-a-days to. thoer vegetable stains from the hands rub Wlth riPe tomatoes. Get the stoves in order for the first cold snap, wnen you really feel the cold more than in winter weather. Crumpled newspapers pushed up the flues of unused chemneys keep out flies that would enter there. Be sure to keep a pair of old scissors in the kitchen for the purpose of cutting raisons, lettuce, celery, etc. Skim the fat off the chicken broth aud use it to shorten bis cuits. These are much more de aaa lhan whVyou use lard. ing months, thereby saving herself a lot of discomfort from the heat and incidentally saving quite a bit of fuel.. More than this, she claims that the jelly has a better flavor if made but a short time before being used, and we shouldn't wonder if she were right While next May is the time to make the rose bed. it is a good Idea to be getting the material ready for it now. Among the best recommended is a mixture consisting of one part of broken blue grass sods and one part of well rotted barnyard manure. As much of this as will be needed should be composted this fall and allowed to decay until the time for making the bed in the spring, when to the mix-lur- e should be added and thoroughly as much rather stiff mixed one-haclay soil. Hotted leaves may be used in part In place of the manure and lf will give excellent results. meut to the floor to keep out ratay and if barrels- are used set them up somewhat from the floor. ' Of course every apple grown on the THAT DAY IN OCTOEER. farm will not be worth putting down The poet Lowell has said of June, cellar, but the lower qualities are j & worth going into cider if thej-- could "Then, if ever, come perfect days." & be so thoroughly pressed as to extract True, but what of that day in October jT all the sugar instead of leaving a big after the first frost? It began in a "rosy fingered dawn" dispelling a night proportion of it in the pomace. S chill j "Three pounds of hugar to a bushel goldenand developed into the molten, glow of a perfect autumn day. orof. apples is a high result with the dinary hand mills. But with an eighty The poplars, birches, maples, suton hydraulic- press 1 have been able to macs and Virginia creepers added their tribute of color to the carnival of TO KEEP PLAMTS MOIST. recoTer four gallons of juice from fifty beauty. The crow, the jay, the belated pounds of fruit, double the quantity 1 Simple and Inexpensive Help In Sea- could recover with the hand mills, and nuthatch or chattering squirrel gave the one touch of life and sound to the sons, of Drought. yet I left in the pulp about 12 per cent pensive stillness of the splendid woods. To keep young plants moist in dry of the juice," says Professor W. B. weather set a pail or other receptacle Alwood of the United States depart Grapes in fragrant clusters and nuts and apples dropping of their own ripe of water at the- - edge of their hill and ment of agriculture. weight were mte witnesses of the bang over the "Practically 25 per cent of the total season's wealth and prodigality. Rod edge a rag long weight of apples went out in pomace, bearenough . to reach or from 4 to S per cent of the sugar. in band, the nearby placid pool,sought " jI r ing a fleet of fallen leaves, was to the bottom of With the best power mills under a gamy bass lured to the surthe pail and to most efficient working system, it is cer- and the the tempting fly or minnow. face with the roots of the tain that practically 5. per cent of sug- A swirl and the nerves were . jj e u v e ar Is thrown out in the pomace. muuui. and the reel musical with the efforts good homemade this Overnight and "There are something like 5.000,00(5 of the fish to gain Its freedom. A bit IBRIQATOn. a wi put the wa. bushels of apples worked up every. latera snapping fire was blazing, and ter just whore it is needed without crop year in rew xuru. sias.e uiuue tne picnic lunch was spread wasting any. In the morning take away byproducts. If we assume that 2dPteen nppe'"te of the human and animal the. paiL and lay the rag around the per cent of this fruit will be left satisfied; at sunset, still of molten gold, roots. This prevents excessive evap- as pomace we will have about GO.OOO.5--00- thaTeturn home through the peaceful oration. pounds of pomace, which will con wodcls, their brilliant leaves shed tain 3,000.000 pounds of sugar, or 1,500 ding that mystic afterglow and add- Dairy Doings. tons. Data collected for 1909 indicate ing moments to the day. Perfect days that this quantity of pomace is pro- - j in June? Yes, and in October. The economical butter cow the but- duced and that 5 ner cent of tuis l ter cow that produces most largely pomace Is sugar. TO TELL POISON IVY. is seldom the smallest eater1. ' "I am net able to tell how much ot A great many attractive things have Milking must be done quickly this pomace is wholly or partially danger for. those who come in contact quickly and thoroughly. Anything lost, nor can I tell precisely how to with them. Among those in the natthat Irritates the cows, such as rough- recover all the sugar it contains, as ural world is poison ivy, which In the ness or slow milking, will shorten the this investigation has just been begun, fall In most sections is one of the milk flow. but I want to emphasize this idea, that most; brilliantly colored vines to be Butter should come in twenty min- this 1,500 tons of sugar, if recovered, found. Many boys and girls and not utes of churning and never longer would make 3,000,00g gallons of vine- a few older people do not know the than half an hour. Good salt should gar, which would go a long way toward vine, and a word about it is in place. be used and great care taken that it paying the expense of managing the The most important distinctive feaIs well worked in. orchard. One of the largest manufac ture about it Is that It has three leaves The demand for good, high produc- turers of vinegar in the state told me ' in a cluster instead of five, as in the ing milk cqws is great and steadily recently that he expected pure cider case of the well known Virginia creepgy --" t sible points, the theory being that f these rods cause electric dis- - ' charge from their points and ! create electric oscillations in the ground. For cereals quarter inch rods about six feet long are suggested. It is alleged that ? plants grown irr the ground so J electrified spinach, strawberries, C currants, green peas, etc. are Jj both earlier and better than others grown- in neighboring ' plots having no. rods. A new French system of elec- consists simply in standing upright in the ground small iron rods with noncorro- - , troculture 't ? as rsFAjrr apple orchaed. ort t I At the altar: I, thee, with all v The way some almighty dollar Would lead one liot only thought -- 1& Is. MP Mr'- - - ' my worldy goods endow. ' Two in years later:" More money? lia . jSolumbus Allsop got hold of a Where's the dollar I gave you copy of the Tickville Tidings last week? .this week, and says some of the ings in it are printed so dim' A bank lately, receleved the somewhat untoward situation it Is 'a thStrhe could not read it above a i. ollbwing note from a ladyjPlease pretty sensible idea-'t- curb this, misery stop payment on the check ly .tendency,"'' to- loosen one'sr "purse I Btriigs wikper. , and at only eet'sme Bjey s Incidentally L wrte out , - Isaac Hellwaik: went oyer to possible te: sake life brighter utft nroy -- mowers tiomt , , tbc burned it ip wMk nwHritW iMfm .A's'- - ' $ vc " 'that-end- . ( o folks hang on .to the or almighty penny to believe that they shrouds had pockets, but that caskets and sepulchers were provided with' .telescopes and gunny-sacfor the reception of coin earned In life. This, however, mistake. Ihe coin .that miserly people hoard is all left "for heirs to squabble over, and in some cases no more Is wasted on funeral equipment for the deceased than the law allows. ,In view of this - ks I -- . to-da- y, - . - rjVJjt9l-,,- M S " AIL' V nfv ' : 4 - rjr.- ."v. T r- rl ' , - .- -' " i Increasing. Dairying Is becoming one of the most substantial industries connected with fanning and country life. Barnyard manure not only ' adds plant food to the soil; it does more--i- t Improves the mechanical condition, increases the water holding capacity and raises thef temperature in early spring. The intelligent use of barnyard manure has made thousands of worn and' unprofitable soils profitable and lifted the farm mortgage. ,, The feeding of alfalfa hay to cow deepens the yellow color, of the butter. A cow was recently fed'a ration of alfalfa and cottonseed meal, and the but ter Irom her "was aaalyzed for th amount of. coloring. 'F Then the alfalfa was stopped hW'ratiomDeint; atorit: Tie bwttecfroai tltt waa ahMtpsr kdlk ,oV"thhV-feed- ' c'ottom-ieedirial f-fl 7J i" i -- JFi 7 .c " J vinegar to go to 30 cents wholesale er, which, though to be found in wood lots all over the country, is frequently used as a porch climber. Another mark of the poison ivy Is the cluster of numerous small whitish berries which ,t bears not at al, Uke tbe pur pomace so as to recover nearly all t pie berries of the Virginia creeper. the sugar left In it Thousands of tons In spite of its name the poison Ivy of pomace are thrown out without the does tjgir'Iittle vihubing. but rather slightest attempt being made to spraw,isand, as a rule, Is a short vine, the sugar. Some people put It making comparatively slight growth back on the soil, but it ought not to In a single season. It cannot stand be "put on the soil at all until well cultivation and .hence is most often a rottedv found along river courses, in pasture "It has been well established that it lots and in fence rows and comers can be successfully used for cattle food. Is Fraace tand England It Is fed very successfully. - Vermont and- - Massachusetts experiment stations have also Kperimente witif it aad for several years bav feeaa feeding it racceWiiH s, to milk ciwCt ta the next two years. "In regard to the large amount of sugar that goes out In the pomace as waste, I have never yet seen a manufacturer or a farmer who handled this - re-cev- er V . " I "-ASHH. LT jr- -' r -- 2, ''-- . ii"- - a . ,jr ? - "iV. imi 4r',-Z- ir fr Vfr ,' y V .y-j- ' "v- V - i v .v' V u i-- v ylPmM . -- .,? r H hs-i-L f ."' N lflfi IN ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE REALM OF FASHION TIMELY BREVITIES v. .i Over 22,000 people were killed in India last year by snakes. Salmon caviar in eastern Siberia If a half hour elapses between the costs only 2 cents a pound. time the spray is applied and a shower, Dressy Blouses. Selecting Head of the Flock. Tobacco is to be made a leading so that it will have time to dry, very Blouses of a dressy character are of product of the island jot Hawaii. little of the poison will be washed off In selecting a ram two classes of crape and the thinner silks, but lace Ireland's population in 1841 was 251 This is particularly true of arsenate breeding should be the comIs so much In vogue that it is bound to the square mile. Now it is 144 only. of lead, which has better sticking qua mon scrub, that has no good charac to be extensively used in this connecOf the 1,903,731,S40 acres of land in ities than paris green. teristics to fix, and the "pure bred tion. In these blouses, as in dresses, Australia the amount sold or granted scrub" without individuality, whose the lines are simple, but details are by the government China with her 400,000,000 people has purity of breeding only gives him is 03,GG7,O0O. In London 900,000 persons are living 6,000 miles of railroads. "The United greater power to work ruin in the more than two in a room and 20,000 States with less than a fifth as large flock. Good individuality, backed by persons are living six or more in a a population has 220,000 miles. The several generations of good ancestry, figures are striking and are fairly In- will single room. insure prepotency with almost unMore than 250 ocean going vessels dicative of the progress as well as the failing certainty where the ewes are are equipped or are being fitted with Influence of the two nations. suitable and management correct oil burning engines ranging from 300 Great attention should be paid to the The dairyman who Is In the busiucss ram's general contour. to 500 horsepower. His structure Land in Japan can still be owned j for the money to be cot out of it and : should be firm and massive, with a outright only by Japanese subjects, the not primarily for the purpose of swell broad, spacious breast, no disproporentire country being nominally the lug the cow census does not let bin tionate length of legs and well formed cows fight flies in a short pastun property of the emperor.' and fully developed quarters, especiThe government of Australia is now without shade during the heat of thr ally the hind quarters. His loin should offering handsome prizes for the best summer days. Rather he puts them be stout and well knit, his features designs to be used in making a new in a darkened stable, feeds them en bold, and a muscular neck is desirable. silage or other green feed and puts series of postage stamps. A bold and courageous eye and carthem in pasture at night riage are Indicative of spirit and vigor. Although Holland is famous for its His head should be long, but rather dairies, the oleomargarine industry That shade is most refreshing and small and well molded. also flourishes there. Fifteen mar-gari-n factories give employments to grateful and ought to be provided in every hen yard and pasture can be 2,500 persons. Feed For the Young Heifer. demonstrated to the satisfaction of "When heifers have reached an age At the present time Japan is import- any doubter if he will go into yard ing 91,500,000 worth of glass each year, or pasture and stand when they will thrive without milk in the boiling and in order to keep the money in the sun for fifteen or twenty minutes they should have the best hay that the family she is developing the glass when farm and some form of sucthe thermdmeter is hugging the culent affords such as ensilage or roots. food, works of China. 100 mark. This experience will doubtManufacture of Portland cement has less open his eyes and develop in him Oats are the best grain food to use as become nlmost a Swiss specialty. In a greater sympathy for the dumb a part ration in feeding young heifers WHITE CHAPE BLOUSE. from the time they are taken from the the Jura region, in the vicinity of EasIn his keeping. complex. A charming model in white el, the banks of the streams are almost brutes skimmilk ration until they are to be silk crepe de chine is shown in the lined with cement factories. bred. There is no other grain food A property owner in a little town superior to ground oats sketch. The sleeves and side sections for developing The American soldiers in the Philipin one are finely tucked, while a sash pines have learned to make a very not far away repaired a rather dilapi the organs of maternity of young gathered to the neckband in the front serviceable boat out of a rubber blan- dated store cornice the other day and breeding animals or to promote their and again at the back is drawn down ket, two rifles, two sabers and straps In so doing destroyed the nests, eggs breeding qualities. and some young of a number of pairs and around the waist, the ends meet- and two tent poles and their straps. of purple martins. The cornice need ing and thrown one over the other at Humus In Orchard Soil. Siam's exports of ivory last year ed fixing, no doubt, but in so doing the center back. The humus loosens the soil particles, amounted to 4,301 pounds. It was all .the nests of some of the most useful obtained from domestic elephants that birds known to man were broken up which in turn increase Its water caJ pacity. The humus is essential for the The New Sleeves. had died a natural death, as the wild would It is the popularity of the fichu animal is not hunted in Siam for its It the jobhave been better all around growth of the beneficial bacteria of the could have been postponed soil. if One of the most important parts which is responsible for the new ivory. until the young birds had left the shoulder line or, rather, armhole that that clover plays is its ability to The in the world, nests. change chemically the compounds of no one likes and yet which every one OfBcial Gazette of Peking, having soil and put them In an available Is evidently going to wear. It is the the A passed under the boys ma the of the cabiugliest kind and comes with bad grace net, will hereafter controlgeneral infor- jors bunch ofbases, will work like field form for the trees. The cover crop circling pitching and print after the graceful peasant sleeve, with mation, in addition to edicts and me- Ing on a game of baseball when the gathers, digests and turns over to the trees its charming simplicity. thermometer is 93 in the shade, yet stored. the plant food which it has morials. The shoulder line runs down over An electric alarm is the latest tea- whine to beat anything If asked to put the arm for three inches, and the f the energy into hoeing in tbi' kettle adjunct in Germany. The steam ' Selection of Heifers. sleeve is gathered there into an arm-hol- e garden or fetching wood or water from the spout when the water boils things should be taken into conTwo that is ungainly in its size even melts a lump of sugar which had held However, it should be said in behnlt if nothing else made it ugly. It is apart the poles of a tiny battery. of the boy that in this line which he sideration in selecting the heifers which cows when are to become the sajd to be diflicult to fit draws between work and play he is they grow up first, dairy individuality Their contact rings a belt the Even the lingerie waists have long By the will of a French lady who not materially different from a majori of the calf and, second, its parentage. sleeves, perceptibly larger than for ty of the masculine persuasion who are Occasionally died left a good calf domes from years, and are gathered into a tight town recently a farm was familyto the old enough to vote. on condition that her vault Inferior parentage, but the. instances fitting cuff at the rist and finished was repair, while the rest of kept are rare Indeed. It is generally safe with a two inch plaited ruffle of lace her estate inwas to be divided among To effectively dispose of an unsight- to reject all offspring from scrub stock. or lace edged material. ly patch, of nettles scythe them off those attending her funeral. According to a Dutch paper, the de- close to the ground when they hr.ve fensive measures taken by Holland in attained their full growth, but Defore CRUSHED OATS AS SMART FRINGES they have matured seed. Then take a preparation for a possible Franco-Germa- n spade and remove the soil and roots war have revealed a state of utter unpreparedness and confusion in the to the depth of a foot or more, behip A FEED FOR HORSES AND LAGE FLOUNCES careful to break them as little as poscountry's military establishment. sible to remove every piece of London still depends upon its army root, and which, if left in the ground, will j of cats to handle the rats among the sprout and send up a new shoot. ships that come up the Thames. The In Elaborate Effects They Gar- I all the roots have been removed Under Norma! Conditions the port of London authority has made Aftershould be ' they dried and burned witb known its estimates for cats' milk the the tops. Whole Grain is Better. nish the New Petticoats, year. The appropriation is for $4,000. According to figures gathered by the If there is any one that Is entitled Medical As to a day off on a picnic In the woods , Journal of the American There are many who contend that lives were It Is the good wife who stews over the The vogue for fringe on outer gar- sociation, only sixty-fou- r ments has tended to stimulate interest lost this 3Tear in celebrating the Fourth. kitchen stove in the farm home. It chopped oats are better for horses in fringe trimming for petticoats, says In 1903, the year in which agitation should be made a family affair to be than whole oats. If a horse's molar condition whole oats the Dry Goods Economist. While this for a safe and sane celebration began; fully enjoyed, and the man of the teeth are form of finishing was brought out last there were S72 deaths. house and the boys and girls should are preferable to chop. The horse's season it was not featured to any exAs an evidence that countries bor- go along and help make the outing a molars possess great grinding power, tent, but there is now a larger showing dering on the Mediterranean success. If such outings had no other and If required to chew his feed and western ways of living it is noted justification they would be worth not bolt it the horse will digest ,the of ruffles edged with fringe. Messaline, satin and taffeta skirts that there is a demand for steam laun- while simply in the relieving of the grain much better: It Is only when show the flounces trimmed with bands dries and washing machines, vehicles, tedium and monotony of the work of a horse's teeth are defective owing to In some in- rubber tires, barber's chairs and bath- every day. If more farmers "and their old age or to some other cause that it of contrasting colors. stances they are arranged in pointed room fittings from cities in southern wives had more days off there would may experience some difficulty in dealfashion, but the more popular style is Italy. be fewer of them dying of paralysis in ing properly with whole oats, and In the band arrangement Colored inserts Sir "William Ramsay pointed out at the sixties or occupying quarters "in in that case-- it is advisable if not absolutely necessary' to crush the oats. V, square and diamond shapes, apin the recent parliament of science in sane hospitals. In the case of young horses under plied to the wide flounces, give a bright Portsmouth, England, that If radium touch of color to the dark shade of the could be turned to mechanical use a The writer's family has during the four or five years old teething trougarment ton of it would suffice to propel a ship past two weeks greatly enjoyed the bles sometimes temporarily Interfere Petticoats in pastel shades and white of 15,000 tons, with engines of 15,000 companionship of a couple of little slightly with their powers of mastishow wide lace flounces, in some cases horsepower, at the rate of fifteen knots grosbeaks that were rudely shaken cation, and when this is so it Is expeextending almost to the knees. By for thirty years. from their nest on a swaying elm limb dient and desirable to feed the oats in way of variety the white satin skirt The sanguine prospects of the dia- by a boisterous northwest wind. For a crushed state. To sum up the whole subject, feed1-Inwith this filmy ruffle has a colored lin- mond fields in German Southwest Af- awhile the little fellows were kept in of crashed oats instead of whole ing under the lace. This extra piece rica some five years ago are not being the house nights and put out during e ones to horses Is not to be recommade of soft china silk and when-this parent birds fed realized. At any rate, the surface of the day, tons under the lace ruffle, so that it the diamond region has been cleared them. In way of proof that the gros- mended and is inadvisable under orcan be taken out when a different col-- ' of its rich harvest, and deeper mining, beak is a real help to the gardener we dinary conditions. The only cases In necessary are. or Is desired! with its attendant greater cost must noticed that the chief bill of fare which It Is advisable or first, when a horse's powers of mastiMessaline, satin and taffeta pettiwhich was served these half grown now be resorted to. cation are impaired or deficient, so coats are featured generally for the During the last three years seventy-on- birds was the soft potato bugs, or special sales. These materials are many dozens of which were stuff that It cannot properly chew the whole deaths were caused in England by shown In Dresden and striped pat- ammonia, thirtythree of which were ed Into the red mouths of the hungry oats: second, .when a horse Is a greedy feeder and In the habit of bolting terns, but the plain varieties with fan- accidents and thirty-eigh- t suicides. ittle ones in the course of a ,day. As oats and, third, when a shy cy colored flounces are more in evi- Hereafter every bottle in which ammo- a substitute for the potato bugs we feeder or bad one evinces ,a partiality dence. nia is sold must be labeled with the have found that small pieces of earthcrushed oats, preferring them to "words "not to be taken," in addition worms and bits of bread soaked in for whole ones. Braids and Velvets. ' milk were eaten greedily and seemed to the word "Poisonous." Oats fed to foais should be given in Braids form the popular garnitures to agree witb the birds. Berlin Although foals can M crushed state. for velvets,, with an intermingling of crease almost stands still. The insince 1906 Is only 1.2 per cent eat whole oats and soon learn to do so, vac'ords, buttons and ornaments of Within the past few weeks agriculyet the latter are hardly suitable for rious kinds. "We shall see the winter or from 2,040,000 to 2,064,000 Inhabitants. Besides the capital six cities tural Journals in this country have taem, being too bard, seeing that the girl "with costume, hat and hand bag have more than half a million people-Hamb- urg, been giving the recipe for the cure of masticating power of a, foal Is undeall of velvet 936,000; Monich, 595,000: prevention of contagious- abortion' disveloped and comparatively small. Black velvet will be considered an Leipzig; 583,000; Dresden, 546,000; Co- covered by M. Geuln, a French agriImportant factor In the wardrobe, or, logne, 511,000, and Breslau, 510,000. cultural engineer and president of the Linseed Oil For Impaction. rather. In the toilet Prior to the opening of the .Assuau Agricultural Society of Gourgoln, Raw linseed oil will correct a very There Is a pretty bag muff for the theater made of black velvet It Is dam the yield of cotton was 525 France. Briefly it consists of an In- - critical case "of impaction of cattle. large, soft, light quite flat, lined with pounds per acre, whereas the same Jectloa of a 2 per cent solution of car- Give a pint every three hours till the white satin and incrusted with old land today produces only 440 pounds. bolic, acid every fifteenth day Into all bowels move freely. It may be adlace, bordered with a tiny flower trim- In the opinion of many growers this cows from the fifth to .the seventh ministered as a drench or with a little ming. In it one can ' the decreased yield is due in part to the month of their periods qt$ gestation. bran.-- , slit of the Nile water sinking to the The amount used 'is tweaty cabkT centreasures necessary to the evening. bottom of thei dam instead of enrich- timeters, "and the injection Is made in Crap For ,th. SHo.! ing the land. the neck just above the dewlap. Ha ;Nt oaly cerB,vbtateo Kafir cow When Dresses Shrink. tWcows 1b, mU BMdM and sorgaw ate aaaiaii In 1893 the Rhine was" navigable be- reports that 75 per "When making dresses from goods tJsfao' for Me iavB sile.K All taasc crap tween Mannheim and Strassburg. his own .nerd aborted, befot that will shrink or for growing girls fctenwBfcswiHiMy aMssd,- (Kiel) only seventy days. , Last year jwIngtM remedy, bat that he atd bo ran a tuck by hand or with a large on the right side It was navigable "for 356 days, "which have, a'siBgie Wee after. h adopted . stitch oh the machine Dairymen Jtad - stockman wbo bar sr of the goods very near the bottom. was a record number. The deepening v ftealMMM ABa' ' - 'nh rr-- "yi Torn ip the hem antf the tack will be of the river and toe constant care' ex-- . tried it report aaval aaccaat lv giving ? ercf&ei by-- tins fovernmanta vrf' 'both tft HBM JIBBMWC t CaftOttt Bld fe a a act Mdm sad the wrong' side. Wbeaready to the 'flMiA'tf Llangthaa ' tafee out the tuck and M Baden aad AteiceLorraiaa fcava tola iacreaa pMstfeM. '4 ltch w.iUfcow. --M .t 42- - if fMMniiar I The young aiaji of today enjoys better advantages along the line of securing agricultural education, but he Is at a decided disadvantage as compared With his grandfather in the matter of the effective use of a scythe. 1ELY HINTS muuuiuuuiuuuiuuuuuuiu uuuuuuuuuiuuiuuuin FOR FARMERS I Wnnrknn I pwic I H The great Green River Merclian- - f H dise Distributor, has just Received a r H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - U ing, Shoes &c H f i 2 Which he is offering at Popular prices. 1 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Besi Pattent Flour per bbl Wi?i 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 andiyou will always know what you bought. 1 $6.25 4.75 4.25 oldest-newspap- er Have a Full Stock of one-hal- Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. lwilljbuy 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. WOODSONILEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. I In-goo- d jwrnnmnmnimmmmmmm mmmninmmiimnmnnc Dairy Notes. are-adopti- It is quite customary among ab-aor- bs It is' well-know- n that milk g e lar-va- un-chew- ed - carf.)l - A cetf lav impurities. Don't shut the cows from the Campbellsville. The greatest stable or shed too early. problem that confronts our peocow just before ple at the present time is that of Spray each dogs. In the language of our milking night and morning. forefathers there are dogs) more Don't breed heifers too young dogs and lots of dogs; in fact, a unless you wish a dwarfed breed. stranger visiting our village and Milkers should wash their hands unacquainted with the color of thoroughly before milking. our population, would declare Never let cans of milk stand ithoufc besitation that he had in the sun awaiting transporta got off at an Indian village, tion. where there was always ten dogs. Milk should be left in the bot to every Indian. tie in which it has been deliverTheodore Roosevelt isn't a deed, until used. fendant in steel trust suit, but', A cow that is a small eater the allegations made in the petiwill bear watching. She is tion are strong enough to war pretty' sure tp be a small pro- rant the late colonel butting in-ducer and asking for a chance to say ' The ''warmer the milk, the something, i quicker the bacteria multiply, " Save Many Prom Death'. and the quicker the milk will W.L.Mock, Ark., believe. Y&has' sour." saved many Uvea in his 23 years of ex." A herd of good dairy cows is pariencein the drug business. "What ' I always like tne, best insurance against hard to racommeod to do he, " he writes Dr. King's New DxoV. times or a slump in prosperity. ' ery for weak, sore lungs, hard cekfe . obetkttte couriw. larfo' i, Tk;pailiiifd for . fedm tlie caow, astlMu or other hM,;.! . CUYwviuju w, . vot7u xg. faetfen, for I feal sore that a nuafec .a . dairymen to quit feeding calves skim milk when they attain the age of eight to nine months. &!. news, "1 t- -- , --- ,n -- ?Het making a wWehto of alive arf evrr tin"' tly are. used. daymy, Baigafeon arctook my. . i baeatjuj advfea wM Cm Mi Mfi the first yar of T n'x!HrmuJ its the btt ' Jv wvwcaaa - nuilnli v -- j! ..-- . ' : SI - -v e pror 4 tin ?i in tfc nj, '- n "V' v tol;DnajFCfc -- WMHW a sOcartt fcitftt 'rt 4 &. ,3- - e4 ' :m u Ja- 3. . - tJ Ifr; f.t. VI. , i .- -. - "h, . Vtfcfi A 4L JV "v J. LST" j , . 4?rUM'sr' WHEADMR COB HTf-lEW-- JFblV ' -l --jsflzB & jfl w. !! THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS,. . T t w. S seventy-fiv- e nhousancD . praons safely relied upon. JBoth, in ofgthe private as well as public-Jif- e, V . - LZX V - ai&neless-as-a-resul- t are The .s 1 lfc -- ' -- !- - states, and made 350 speech- spected. jThen, and we say with es. regret that it is true, four years E. Wilson made the d as Entered at the Columbia The Louisville Post says. Brad- of Augusturs class mall matter. Republican stand for ley did it; other Republicans say very name spreading and either under hand, there is a tendency inefficient, Taftdidit; the Democrats say all that was insincere, or over fertilization' WED. NOV., 15. 1911, obnoxious to the McCreary and the splendid faithless and that good people of our State who The election has passed, and ticket backed by Democratic hold Kentucky's-hono- r and presthe result is known to all, wheth- -' principles, did it. i?M& tige above all else. to your liking or disliking ever There will be a busy time in ery one of us must still vigorFOR THE BOYS IN THE TRENCHES. the United States next year. A ously pursue our vocations or mm em President is to' be elected and it While the office of Governor insuffer with the slothful and is predicted that the fight for has been nearly stripped of patdifferent. A change in the posupremacy will be the h ottest ronage and has only a few plums litical management of our State ever.known in this country. to give out, there are quite a or any other State, or the entire number of good places iu the Ten loads of manure spread with a CORN KINGjspreader country will not make the averThe Times Journal, published other departments of the State S will do the work of twenty spread by hand. It will thus double age man rich or- - poor. We are at Cannpbellsville, reported the government. the value of your manure and return a 100 per cent dividend. truly the architects of our own result of the municipal election, McCreary has the ap Gov. Do you believe in conservation? Come in and see our CORN destiny, and neither of the great failed to give the vote of j pointment of aprivate secretary but KING Spreader We have the size to suit your requirements. parties nor none of the lesser orTavlor county, or- - the result in at $2,000 a year- and a stenogra3'j ganizations will lift us from the the State election. pher at $1,500, both being attachfield of toil or place us beyond The Democratic State officers, ed tib the executive office. the reach of want. Parties ex& plum at the disposal ist for administering govern- elected on the 7th, below the The best fH ment, and when one or the other Governor, will be sworn in Jan- of the Governor is that of State Inspector and Examiner at The Governor will fails to meet popular demands, uary 1st. $3,000 and traveling expenses. the people recall it and place the take the oath of office on the 12th The Inspector appoints his asresponsibility on the other. of December. sistants withftheKapproyal of the and a private secretary to the The average man has less fear of The Democratic aspirants, Governor. Thel Governor ap- Auditor at $900, The Auditor from a change of , bad results elect for State offices, will give points the Adjutant General at also appoints a State Fire Mart partypowerthanhe th'e members of the Campaign $2,000., To this office are attach- shal at $2,400. A stenographer WATCH MAKER and JEWELER curb" Tiis political prejudice" Committee"" a banquet at the to ed an Assistant Adjutant Gener- is attached to this bureau at $600. and party zeal. It is not so Louisville Hotel (Wed al at $1,200, andjan arsenal keepAttorney General, James Garmuch the result that disturbs,' nesday.) My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction er at $900. The Governor also nett will have the following apfires ambition, excites that has the appointment of memoers pointments, First and Second Office in as the thought of defeat. Attorney General of this The Attorney Generals, at of the State Board of Control at Assistant Pride, therefore, is one of the State has ruled that all of the J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store institutions, which pay $3,500 each; Third Assistant, at greatest incentives for victory as capital stock which a bank must ctaritable $2,500. The term of Col, Albert $2,400; law clerk at $1,500, one 'truly as it is one of the most an- have under the statute must be Scott, of Louisville, ajRepublican stenographer at $1,200, and one noying features of defeat. In subscribed before it can begin member, expires January the at $600, contest just closed and; in the business. he Thomas S. Rhea, as State 1st next, butfas the board; is bi "icTory won by our party, The Republican must be Treasurer, will appoint an As Republicans in the next Gener- partisan a say. It tried News has had its appointed, and Col. . Scott is sistant Treasurer at $1,500, and of con- al Assembly of Kentucky will to keep within the limits Wholesale and Retail strongly tipped --for the place. a cleric afc,$l,200. '' SOME,,GOOD ONES HERE. giving as good service, evidently feel a little lonesome. The terms of the three others servatism, twenty-si- x ' to its party as it was able to There will only be expire during Gov. McCreary 's As Secretary of State, Dr. C. - -- give, and as little offense to the members in both branches. term. Two of these places will F. Crecelius, will name an AsAll Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, Sash, Doors andjBlind-- . other side as faithful, honest "Secretary at $1,800, a sistant Mr. Garnett led the State go to Democrats. ' Columbia, Kentqcky. service would permit. With Adair, Taylor, Metcalfe, will also name :chief clerk at $2,000, a bank Gov, McCreary ticket in malice toward none,' and good 'clerk,.at$i,'500? a recording clerk Green, Rus- next February seven members of K Marion, Cumberland, will for all, with the battle sell, Casey and a number of oth- the State Board of Equalization, at $1,500, and a stenographer at fought and the result proclaimed, er counties in the State. one from each'appellate district. $1,500, besides three State bank The News is ready to work along Mrs. Elbert Wilson, of Font- logical Survey at $2,400, who in These places pay $5 per day and inspectors. visiting her moththe lines as we can all best agree Hon. D. H. Smith, ofHodgens- In the, office of Superintendent turn appoints five assistant mine hill, has been mileage. The board appoints for the advancement of this sec ville, has announced that he will a year each. er Mrs. M. E. McQueary, here three secretariest $5 per day. of Public Instruction, Prof. inspectors at $1,500 g ot be a candidate for United States tion, and leave the for several days. BUNCH OF FINE JOBS. Gov Barksdale Hamlett will appoint " management of Senator to succeed W. 0. Brad- Other appointments by the our State in the J. A. Bernard, was in the ernor are two members ot the a chief clerk at $1,500, one clerk The State Railroad Commission the men selected. It's over with ley. Fonthill neighborhood bucking, State Board of Election Commis- at $1;000, and one clerk at $850. Which on January 1 will become us. RepubJ. W. Newman, the incoming Democra'tic for the first time in staves last week. Democratic majority on sioners, a Democrat and a The President Taft was in Ken- the 7th was the largest since lican, whose salary is fixed at $5 Commissioner of Agriculture, four years, has the following patCane Valley. tucky last week, and on Wednessession, not to will have the appointment of the ronage to dispose of. Rate clerk per day while in day he was the guest of honor 1892. when Cleveland electors Mrs. Rhoda Harden and her exceed $100 per year. The com- following: Assistant commission at $1,800, secretary at $1,200 at the unveiling of the statute of carried the State by forty thoustwo children, of Louisville, are missioners elect a secretary at er at $1,200, State labor inspect- and stenographer at $1,200. Abraham Lincoln in the rotunda and. S. K., in Louisville Times. visiting relatives at this place. W. $200 a year. The five members or at 1.200.- - secretary State Capitol, Frankfort, Mr. of the Jno. G. Sublett sold Claud Cyclone, in the Northwest did of the State Racing Commission, Board of Agriculture at $1,500, Eller. Edrington fifty barrels of corn Henry Watterson, the editor of great damage. A number of who receive no salary, are ap and a stenographer at $1,200. last week for $2. 50 per bl. the Courer Journal, delivered the lost, and thousands of pointed by the Governor. The Under clerk of the Court of Cornelius Stephen of Eli, was lives were Capt. E. L. Page, of Frank-for- t, address presenting the statute Commissioners, with the approv- Appeals R. R- - Greene, will be here Thursday. , dollars of property destroyed. was here several days of to .Kentucky on behalf ttf the stenographer. Foley, was in Somerset last week. A. L. al of' the Governor, names .its four clerks and a c donor, Jas. B. Speed, of LouisIt is believed that the official secretary, who receives $1,200 a The sum-o- $6,000 annually for on business Friday and Saturday. Mrs. S. A. Murrell, who was f V ville. Gov. Wilson secured the count will show the Democratic T. A. Bolin and family, and seriouly sick last week is improvvear. The other appointments clerk hire is allowed this office. mft for the State. The exer majority in the State thirty-fiv- e by the Governor are members of v SINKING FUND PATRONAGE. , Will Ferry and family, of ing slowly. cises were largely attended, thousand. his staff who have the rank of The Sinking Fund Commission, Elf. have recently removed to Len Doolin, of Edmonton, was many being present from other composed of Gov. ,McCreary, at this place. . census shows that Colonel. here last week and sold his prop y States. On Thursday Mr. Taft The last B.6- - Bernard, of Stingy Ridge, erty to Mrs. Harriet Gundiff for torney General Garnett, SecreAUDITOR HAS MANY PLUMS. - there are 23,000 fewer negroes - and his party journeyed to Hodtary of State Crecelius Auditor visited at D. F. Bernard's Friday 600.00. in Kentucky than there were in . The largest amount ofpatron- , genville where the Lincoln mem- Rhea, night. " age'.is in the' State" Auditor's of-- Bosworth and Treasurer Miss Mattie Collins, was visit- yVr. orial Hall was dedicated. Speech 1900. appointment of a State Mrs. Bennie Wade, is quite inor Tipr nnnf- Mrs F. P "Ripp .rlA fice. The best place under vAu-dif-z- ir has the mis" r es were made by the president, CAUSES, TnE - M. ."Bosworth custodian at $1,200; auperintend- - sick at this writing. is.InHenrvCampbellsville, several days of and & Mr. WattersonrGoVi Willson entor uapicoi cuuuing, wuo em- - Dr. B. J. Bolin, left for Glens- - last week. surance Commis8ioneyit-$3;000- : vvx. otKeflno&bles. Hodgenvillewas ployesfcWi electrifiafisj two en fork Wednesday, where he has vester Murreii and son. wl Xne Otner places- - u awaciaiamtiistTi men, jam- gineers. focmted'ftr the practice of medi - ere mysteriously shot last ance ommissiofier!s ureauare .7 x commiwionerft$CobQ.: .tors and;riipwen: xnesunr cine day night, are getting alon rSlAtVS AMltAlmina1 mntrww fm daputy fitt.A fl John "Gee,of Effie,-wi- ir 17.500 Derarinum remove IyM Mr. Murrell has had n.the off .'ir - landiniwtuaryjn.om ""v' , -- r --: . ' priatejte.pAKtllmPloyf .tU. AKtnt. nwiir'oV. to hislfsn asarTsthia 3placecin a Smith' arrested for the GHfaeifei ucky can be briefly jrommta ;qpf The Sinking jruna commission few days. . & number of Iood paying jobsv asr alsVappjomtsa, Printin Seiden Hatcher, Com--; ' t --u .Thtrrcoti4nce oi $eApeoei. jiu rv At;. -.- J1. en, women andVchlkTreff-wtri- f AA'PiiaoATl QnmnM Ir DUaltm wo. mr. L xviw XIMK7W. ' miles west y r -- y '"-v- r 'u . uuywmm. n wwwjfvuovarnor . VAMttdittir, Aad iVbrA 6.000. TnA trustees of Kentucky, Uni- - havettrtrsawmriUaet reay ts-- tare aaueaiera., iaCTtry-low- ; i "i " l tim iwnifcy.n ,J5iKMi;wie urge s,r" - aid Lieutenant M begin sawing Ceroeiios Steph- - a fine oW mac mf ' ckan, honeat and capable admio-jatrat- twelve clerks at $1,600 each,, one i versity appoint the Inspector of 'Mnwuwww-iat i,2O0, iftines and Curator eftheJGeo- - en's ttmber nieart his place. 4n.KM A Ul .Ul M.4L. of State Affairs could be ck in the land o L.,J&r- vV -- 1 M yr Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. Post-office long career in public' affairs of ended last Saturday, Gov. McCreary has, been such as Mr. Taf t Adai6untv News Company the lorfgest'trip ever taken by a to commend him to the people of (Incorporated.) President ofthe United States. Kentucky, and where Lieut. Gov. sixty-fiv- e days, trav- McDermott is best known- he is EDITOR. He was out CHAS- - S. HARRIS eling 16,000lmiles, visited thirty-on- e mrr. Vncrhlv reerarded and re ,...--Y Published Every Wedniesdiy ?.. M Ki W titv J wanton slaughter? ;i 2 without stain or bTemisK. TIE - - - MAKE YOUR FARM YIELD - The surest way to make your farm yield bumper crops is to "thoroughly understand the requirements and nature of the soil. Study your soil; than use fertilizer in the proper-juantitieDon't waste it. Make every ounce count; but you can't do this unless you use a Manure Spreader; because when spread by s. to-uneve- -- x - ' Bumper Crops -- sec-n- n -- x wlEJlllH me JWHBHEPaE m - Reed Hardware Co., has-powe- r S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN to-nig- dis-senti- on J ! Sandusky & Co. LUMBER - h well-bein- x -,. --.- -. - -- -- -- Mpr &i5rw.A:. tfMi; -- is-appr- . . " ti") . I T :,? "-- ".(,';wk' JT. ? -- "- T" 'M lH . :- - h tT jnn, w ' w . i-- W V-- & . ri . i C r P . '! Hi : 1U THE ADAIR. -r COUNTY-- . NEWS PERSONAL r :: 'l-..::- n t I- - Mrs. J. W. Walker, was quite sick ' ' , '" last week. Mr. H. C. -' first of last week. lindman, wasiherf .the v Mr. C. C, Hale, of Russell Springs, was here Monday. Mr. W. A. Hunter, of Louisville, was here last Friday. .Mr. E. Moore, of Jamestown, was here a few days ago. . tj. r xicjiduu, iiaa tctuiu raiLUiK'urBxr.'is. xt.!I.a inl.'uKini largest mwsfcltfass this winter her, 'toJbe'rltome in. Alabama-wi- th there has Kpen for some time! mother, Mrs. A. E. Hardin, who-ha- s been spending the summer with her Bro. Pearcy tells us he is sue- daughter. Mrs. P. D. Neilson. T. Xr ,c ceeding with his subscription, and Mr. J: P. tTasner and tfamilvr took i . a their departure .from' :Colnmbis last ' wilLsoon'be ready to commence Friday." Mrs. Jasper and" daughter, remodelling the house recetltly t .Miss Mabel, will spend a few weeks with relatives at Dunnville, while Mr. purchased of Mr. Arce for a par, Jasper will visit several Kentucky sonage and expects to have it towns with the view of buying or leas- completed by X mas. With the ' ing a hotel building, -J -J Mrsr3Lt2Hewrd, .who..nas been now are (hat there will-b- e ',the4;4 - 'V AjeB9999999Jp9JPJPJPJPJPJPJBB9999999B . i ORDER imam. jQCfP WE KaT tAPKcSS "rSRfc! tt ITS? ;r ia&&i, 3fe I A j father's Vengegnce. J Mr. C. Collier, of Somerset, was here a few days ago. would have fallen on any one who at M-- addition of one or two rooms, porch 'and paint, will soon have a very pretty home for our pastor. YMAIL .. FROM US' AMU SAVE M EY Levy's Special Boys Suits with 2 pairs of Pants ifTC! a-- m Miss Sallie Conover, has besn quite South Rockwood, Michigan, but he was sick for the past week. powerless before attacks of Kidney Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hancock, haAe trouble. "Doctors could not help him. returned to Frankfort; ne wrote, "so at last we gave mm Mr. R. F. Rowe, came up from Electric Bitters and he improved won Amandaville Thursday.. derfully from taking six bottles. Its Mr. Tim Cravens is in Liberty a the best Kidney medicine11 1 ever saw. " rfew days of this week. Backache, Tired feeling, Nervousness, Prof. W. M. Wilson, was at his home, Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney "Milliamsburg on the 7th. trouble that may in dropsy, diabetes or Mr. Leo Baldauf, Louisville, was Bright's disease. Beware: Take Elec- here the first of the week. Mr. P. H. Bridgewater, Cane Valley, trie Bitters and be safe Every bottle was in Columbia Saturday. Mrs, Lola Lovett, is spending a few days in Louisville, this week enr F Tiafzn T)rnrlir f j Our ntooks are large that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape select: and we make buying: BY MAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do for- - which to i ' " n- - j " " We have special things that you can get NOWHERE ELSE, such an : We Handle None But the Best. LOUISVILLE af pet wm.v. ftiintatinnc Yu.u,.vu 1 MARKETS., nn v ! hio Ulfc CfnL jiun at....... Levy's Special Suits for Men $15 - I Shipping steer Beef steers r at heifers and cows CATTLE and all the Leading Lines of $5.2T(jj,5.50 4.755.50 475'4.85 4 ,. Cutters Canners Bulls Feeders- 2.5o3.75' 1.252.50 CAAIOGr FBLEB. SAMPLES FREE. WE ALSO SEND Wo FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SS issue a lar-ln3trnt- 'c tfaiof send free on request. p 8.754 30.00-42.10.00-20.- 00 , Mention this paper and write us fully for anything- you want in our line, and you'I e satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here is not exactly what you wrn-- V y . . .. ,9:..-- i TAT.TiYTmn nrm irrTiT mnNKV will i guaranteed. 50c at Paull Drug Co. ... The largest majority in LouisHOGS Mr. Rollin Hurt, was at Liberty last ville and Jefferson county was ' week, engaged in a murder trial. received by Mr. Jas. Garnett. Choice 210 up Mediums, 165 to 210. ..... Mrs. Kate Smith, who got hurt, acHe defeated Thos. McGreger in Pigs cidentally, two weeks ago, is better. n Mr, Jo. Lane, the travel- the district for Attorney General Roughs 5, 476 votes. ing salesman, was here last Friday. SHEEP AND LAMBS well-know- Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows 4.505.00; 3.004.05i 50 00 .. - - - Irt" "' -- mj Members Retail Merchants Association. Railroad Fares Refanded A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. Third and Market- - at Certain Tiecs. The Bright 6 75 6.75 -- LEVY LOUISVILLE, KY. " 4.50 3.50 Mr. James Garnettjlef t on professional business for Liberty Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John N. Conover, it is reported, is a victimof typhord fever , and is very sick. Russell Springs. Best lambs Culls 4.00 5.00 2.50.8O0 3.00-3.25 Patsheep Election Echoes Jronv Jamestown. Mrs. John Payne has returned 1 !! . grain. 90 from Golden Dawn Springs, and Wheat .'... iSoi y Pm Meadows has 'riot grown Corn.. j . . ': Miss Laura Moore, of Jamestown, is is improving. taller, but he. is spreading. Local MarkeC visiting ber sister, Mrs, J. F, MontIt is a girl at Logan Wilsons, gomery. .1 nax Frank Jones, 4is perfectly de- and Logie is all smiles. Mr. R. A. Hutchison, has been quite f.l ' "4 Ivl'sbs.. ligh.ted. r sick at his home, Cane Valley, for the I Irvin Isbell of Bowling Green? Eggs'..... ;.. 23 ai h7ocqi'' Harney Holt says tne land past week. Hens. ...... iii. boiiege, who came . Business & fJt Chickens . . 'Squire. C. C. Roe, has been quite home for :J6 slide did not touch his, hotel, but the election, returned Cocks .' . sick for several days at his home, Vi . 3 it hit almostev,ery thing else in ' to his studies Thursday. Sparksville. U Turkeys 8 'Van fiirtlrtT Miss Genevive Lapsley and Geese... '.7. Mrs. Geo. W. Lowe and Miss Sallie 5 There werer great many Gar Damron, spent a few days of last week Mr. 0. Grider, were quietly marDucks in Louisville, Wool fall clipping. . . 14 !'nett men in Russell on the 7th. ried Sunday morning while sitn Mr. E. B. McLean, Glasgow, a Wool spring clipping 27i ' W. S. Knight and Walter Mc- traveling salesman, spent Sun- ting in their buggy. Hides (green) ?2 fvKinnpv arf sHll nhlp tn Innlr af day in Columbia. Miss Lillia Clayton has returnFeathers . . . : ..... .v . 44J ter the bank's interest. Mr. 0. C. Kimbler and Miss Laura ed from a visit to her sisters at Ginseng ;..;..5 00 Jackinan, of near Creelsboro, are visitO. B. Bertram gets more satisBeeswax Owensby. 50 ing in Columbia. Yellow Root... 3 25 faction than ever out of his old o Born, Monday Nov. 6th to May Apple (per lb) Mr. Geo. Nell has not been as well as cob pipe. He says the smoke is usual for the past week, and has re- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beck HAVING recently purchased the Patterson Hotel, I desire to.say to the public a son. mained at ihome. even tainted with Democracy. that on, and after Nov., 12, 1911, I will take charge of the Patterson Hotel, in ' Jamestown, Russell Co., Ky., and same will be Prof. John Mitchell will soon refurnished, nnd fixed . so as to Mr. Robt.STodd, returned to his dutLilburn Phelps fs busy telling give the traveling public every convenience possible at a hotel in a small town. University, Danville, move his family to Russell ies in Central his friends the causeof the down-- f Inhere will be a good feed stable run in connection wiih the hotel, and al soon after voting. Springs, so that his children may pains' will be taken to give the guest a pleasant stay while here. I will appreciMiss Emma Myers," who visited relaallof the Republicans. of attending ate the patronage of every body that stops with me. tives here, returned to her home in have the privilege Judge Dunbar thinks the In the near future I will open a general store in the store-rooof the build-nschool this winter. Glasgow last week. N. B. FAULK EN BURG. had a great Mr. J. F. Shaw, who is known to all The M. E. Society have purdeal to do with the defeat. pflts W ' ' jfiCfMHH the merchants of Adair county, spent chased property here for a Par Twelve professed faith in Christ, Sunday in Columbia. .Elmer Wheat says' he will conMiss Ada Walkup, of Garlin, sonage and Bro. Pearcy is now five united with the church, three Mr. John T. Harvey, Denver, Colotinue to "'handle "IJncle Sam's was visiting her grandparents, rado, is spending a week or two with located here. We are glad to by letter, and two by experience mail. Mr. and Mrs. J H. Barger,' last his mother and sister. have Bro. and Sister Pearcy with and baptism. Brother Gooden week. Silas Sullivan says the result Mr. Jas. Garnett, the next Attorny us. did some fine preaching, and the Kentucky, spent a few days, General of of the election was not a surprise Button church is greatly revived as well Messrs. Clayton Long and Mr. Dr. E. A. Harris returned to of last week in Louisville, ., I to him. He had known from as all other denominations that Mr. Vester Murrell and his son, Cene his studies at the Louisville Lewis, of ClintGn county, fillthe start that the Republican took part. Mr. McWhorter, who Valley, who were mysteriously shot school of Dentistry this week. ed their regular appointment at two weeks ago, ate improving. ticket would beshort.on votes. is just sixteen, a boy in years, Sewellton, last Sunday. Mr'. Chas. Winfrey is home Mr, snd Mfs. R. A. Myers and their r J. H. Phelps says that he but a man in size arid wisdom, Brother Tarter, who is on the little son, Robert Page, are visiting from a busines trip to. Cincinnati. Jwa greatly surprised. He hacl charge of the song service, their relatives in Columbia. f Jamestown circuit, will begin a Mrs. Combest's little-soand JL X 'i tnouht O'Rear was a sure win- - with Miss Dora Conover, a beauMr. A. D. Purdy and wife.Bradfrods-villX series of meetings at Bethlehem daughter, are home from a visit spent several days of last week ner. accomplished young la- church the 2nd Sunday. Bro. tiful and to Mrs. Gombest's parents at 99 with relatives in Adair county. Faulkenburg says there dy, presiding at the organ, rend- Tarter is a fine speaker, and we Norris Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Myers, their Dunville. f were more Democrats in Ken ering very efficient and valuable predict good results. daughters, Misses Myrtle and Mary, Mr. A. E. Stanton and wife spent a day in Louisville last week. tucky than he calculated. service. For the good meeting, visited relatives at Ono over SunMr. E. B Barger, of the Brooklyn large, crowd and good order, we Aunt Nancy McFarland visited team, reached home last Friday night. day. Office Phone 194 Res. Phone 53 I. aunt Elizabeth Haynes several are all very thankful. His mother, who was quite sick, has George Staples, Columbia, Mr. about recovered. v Mrs. Mack Clemens' baby has days of last week: is talking groceries to our mermen.j Rev. D H. Howerton left Monday been quite sick for several days, - DentisfKy., where he chants today. the 13th, for Paducah, but is better at this time. will attend the General Association of Columbia, --. ICj Dr. A. A. Hatfield made a trip -- 5"different" Kentucky Baptists. v & --. Mr. Reuben Helm, who has feel. ". RusselllBuildin Thursday. to Columbia Mrs. A. G. Howerton, of Paducah, been quite sick with pneumonia, Ky., who has been visiting her sister, The Exchange has been moved fever, 4s much improved at presMrs. D. H. Howerton, returned to her Owensby. from Dr. Combests residence to perforahome last Saturday. ent. Kimble Cottage. Russell, will the Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Mr. Geo. Stephenson and wife Mrs! Tina Wells, who has been t tffa&&Wl?3&n The order of the day is getting spend this week in Cincinnati, purchasall of :of Columbia, visited friends, and stock of dry goods, visiting relatives and frienjU ing a wood and gathering corn. Ms. Jorsheims etc, and supplies for the holidays. attended church at Mt.- - Vernon, . 2K . Creelsboro, arid otherAlacesn we all know, Winter time will Shape." Rev. W. B. Cave, who has been in Sunday. soon be here, and we should the 'West for several months, returned once more at nome. Mrs. S. E. Wolford sold a nice Tho TnfcArmpHiflfrA crrni&it 2mmmmmmmmmmmmm therefore prepare ourselves, in to Columbia last Monday. For' the .. . .TSJ. present his Tost office will be Romine, ; order to meet the demand of the mule to a Mr. White for $C0. It, S, A., are preparing .avnic, , Mrs. James Warner ancCa Miss program to be given soon. Notice season. Mrs. W. H. Shipp and children,' of DayjsVqf.CIIinton; county? were - ., r,. , tim as.tx date, Princeton, Ky., arrived in Columbia, will be given-iOn Sunday the 5th, the v r'T.ffl .r. i lost week 'and will be,with Mra. Shipp's etc., "so everyone will attend to visiting at aunt- - E;TUabeth Yerndn;;. church, .con-pareats, Mr. and Mrs. S.J). Barbeej Hayefosevera4ays lt?weefc;;( helpue secure an 9rgn Jor,the AM auecea ay ev. j jm. wxxmii until Christmas. y ' 4.TXXJO&. ,p7vrvr t; ft Chapel. Mr:rCulleB Hale and wi , i VA SEMr, Coeby McBe&th spent last, week Sold exclusively in Columbia wrighlk-Jko- Sunday he wtonfcy, Ky., charge rturni "Mrs. Rounds who is CeJwnWa. On& Co., , whre mi will by Ru5 i ' We koae Sa MeatieeH; ftceewpeaied dif nhe.imww "Dpartmht at the "- -' to jiact. smt--t I SJfe'4 m the largest 'stock ffiihoes' m cfoee.llfcr We wife uti little" sod, who feeve by urdmy atgbt aad ShmN weekiWtf, giad bre for Mreral week. 4 R. S, A.' , IT' S 'To-day- .. - Falkenbtir g H O, t e j. . 6- i . well-know- - NOTICE. m g. -- -- fm "v j The latest --- n e, footwear the Buster Button. -- "fussed up word i mid-wint- er Dr. T. A. Made for young and those as yoiing as they A toe, fancy but not freakish tions and sole trim. This and her arei'Natural Smith . - mm &$ I w. i U iPQoi'H n in iMl'-rf-v'-- i " meet-irig-atM- t;. RMvrfe? - -. i A Cttfe.tKnft:f iltj.o j . ' . -"i- -i-- aa ha .11 n t. i t db vitfc pbJft&jaf u ! f s .? e' petliiilr'i frtJrt',thi remits. I nih . - 'I v "" s i Sv' tC v f THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS -f.-- v 4- 1 RtMkr Gires His Constipatiofl rttain thi gttil hulth Try If Frte NEW TALES tf all its mtmbt rs : rs I. w TN & N. Time Card Itajli way ftr any family It THAT ARE TOLD One Man Who Knows. "Interesting People" in the AmerIn The editors of "Health Hints" and ""'Questions and Answers" have one question that is put to them more often than any other, and which ".strangely enough, they find the most difficult to answer. That is- - "How can I cure my constipation?" Dr. Caldwell, an eminent specialist and in diseases of the stomach, liver field "Vowels, has looked the whole ver, has practised the specialty for forty years and is convinced that the ingredients contained in what is called Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has the best claim to attention from constipated people. 'Its success in the cure of stubborn constipation has done much to displace the use of salts, waters, strong cathartics and such things. Syrup Pepsin, by training the stomach 'and bowel muscles to again do their work naturally, and with its tonic ingredients strengthening the nerves, brings about a lasting cure. Among its strongest supporters are Mr. John Graveline of 98 Milwaukee Ave., Detroit, Mich., and Mr. J. A. Vernon of Oklahoma City. Thousands of others of both sexes have written to Dr. Caldwell telling of gratifying results It can be obtained of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, or if you want to try it first a free sample bottle can be obtained by writing the doctor. For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, III. REMEMBER THAT In Irjun No. No. No. No No. 27 23 79 vy 7K In K In effect Monday, Dec. 31. 1308. SOUTH BOUND Lv. LouisviLLElir Ar. Leba.noji 9:42am 70 am 8:15 am 10M'.aia 5:05 8:00 is pm, pm 21 93 7:401pm lOKWlunsJ 630pm 90.pial ican Magazinet Samuel Hopkins Adams writes on Leland 0. Howard, head ot M the government bureau of entomology. K It is he that has proclaimed to the ?K public the disease carrying properties IN of the mosquito and the housefly. Besides that, he is the best informed man IN in Washington. Mr. Adams writes: "An Eaglishman bearing letters of introduction after the manner of his Mr kind once arrived in Washington on a varied quest. To begin with, he was chasing an earthquake; also he wished . "in N AiN 0.24 o.78 NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. Louisvillb 5:48am "coOam 7:32am am 10-J- 5 0.28...; 10.22,...'. 430pm 92 6:55pm The Adair County News N ffo.92 Nos. and 93 8:15 pm 623 pm 732 am I0J5.'am arelSunday trains only. Is Going To The WILMORE HOTEL 7K - K- tzu aaii, V 1 lf !J t 1 , E HUGHES COlUPHflY J l-- BLINDS. Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. r. T IS Cash Basis . w. ja. aiiujaoH, s Prop v. First-Clas- Table Good Sample Roome 7K1 Luuio, DiUin uiiiiua, 1 5 1 x immmffiL f Andthat Every bodyjwho is Indebted for the NIX Feed Stable Reasonable Rates K K Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next Few Weeks TiN GEftDYVILLe, C. D. KY G I U w I W I IN WSiMm I W 7K is l IN IN Crenshaw SURGEON NV lU 'Si Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment, and good goods. H We appreciate them. In IN VETERINARY 5k Jl r E. L V IMS CO, INCORPORATED. Prej. LOUISVlLLE,jKY. IN ""- R. H. DIETZMAN. 1889 I SffT "FBOM WHAT DEPAKTMENT SHAIjXi INQUIRIES?" Ts IN IN The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher -IN " f t TN Special Attnctin io Eyes I MAKE U. G. HARDWICC, J. B. COCKE, Y. Prcs. Sec W. T. i Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED IWIMiWSlGflTS g mRCIfllSTS ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 TftlKTeeNTtt-flftlN, DEALERS IN GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS LOUIStflLLe XufeEKSEL-;r- p SMOKESTACKS, 'Sheet Iron and Tank Work to be put on the track of an obscure Issue of Confederate postage stamps. Finally, he sought information regarding certain tribal customs of the Hopi Indians. These matters, one by one, he laid before his host. " 'Earthquakes?' said the residont. 'Seismology? I'd better give you a letter to Dr. Howard.' " 'Thank you,' said the Englishman. 'And about the stamps?' "The other considered. 'I think Howard is your man for that,' he decided. " 'And from what department shall I make inquiries as to the Hopis?' " 'I can't do better than to refer you to Leland 0. Howard,' returned the Washingtonlan, with a smile. '"But, I say,' exclaimed the visitor, 'does your friend Howard know everything there is to know?' "'Perhaps not quite, admitted the resident reluctantly. 'But if he doesn't he knows the men that do.' " 7K M 7K IN 7lN We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al K X Joseph ready Large List m IN )K Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES 7K RESIDENCE. Tn IN ON BURKSY1LLE STREET. II. Stone, w 7K IN Attoney-At-La- Will practice m this and'adjoining counties. Tn Jamstown, -- : Kentucky, 7K IN $1.50 OneDollarrand Fifty Cents gets ThefNews and the Weekly Courier Journal 4? I IN fc Why as 2n FLOWERS FOR JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Not ,; '35 S9sP3&!5!i& "STTygsayr -- " Z - THE PRESIDENT. Young Admirer of Mr. Taft Well Paid For Courtesy. Tn - 2n ?IN IN All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Read K each, whose interest can be I counted on, and whose advice will President Taft, while on one of his So many questions of vital trips to .the west, made a stop at a be valuable importance to the future of Kensmall town, where he spoke a few Geo. H. Cox. Owensboro, minutes and received the usual bushel tucky are pressing upon the peo Federation of Commer- or two of flowers from admiring young ple of the ptate for discussion and President -ladles. Just as the special was pullcial Clubs. , soluLin that it seems imwise ing out of the station a barefoot boy, J. W. Porter, Lexington, carrying a bouquet, came running and portant again to call togather Devloping squirming through the crowd. Mr. 2n in conference representative President State Taft saw him. men from all parts of the State to "I cau't run away from the little fellow like this," he said, pulling the TIN" consider present conditions and President Taft's Defy. to a, For Greater Kentucky. bell rope and bringing the train One Year The Courier LouisvillelTimes and News In TIN Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Si ft.'" k1V .a; i '.- -. desired reforms and feasible mestop. came up thods of advancing the prosper- President Taft again defies any- lyThe youngster the roses. breathlessThe presiand delivered one to name a single monopoly In ity of the State Such conferences dent smiled and handed him a dollar. that ought to be condemned as a "Tom," said he to the porter, after the heretofore held have resulted in violatiou of the anti-trulaw train had resumed its way, "it seems X great good developing a better which could not be reached under to me these flowers are rather wilted. must had a. imderstandingiloflthe needs of the decision of the supreme court. The boythrough have crowd." hard time getting the "They ought to the State and a closer In other words the President Tom with a grin. be wilted," answered "That there bouquet among its progressive cit- infers that every illegal monop has been on this train for three days, threw izens andlfpromoting a clearer oly " could" be reached prosecn- - and I justtown it out as we came back there." Kansas into that Prices At Lowest understanding oflwhat can be ted, broken up and the guilty City Star. done and how best to do it. trust magnates sent to jail. Then, Tha Modern Business Way. A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner In'this spiritlsuch a State confer- why dosn't he "reach" them? "The new idea in business is honfrankness," said ence is called by'the two State The republicans have had com- esty, openness, dinner at Esopus. Alton Laxative Broriio Quinine . 19c, 'Per Box "We B. Parker at a wide orgnationizations which we plete charge of the . prosecuting used to conceal our plumbing, and Singley - 15c ' " Laxative Tablets was. We t represent to be held in Louisville machinery of the government very poor, insanitary work Italtogether Hills Cascara Quinine 25c-- ' . T. expose it now, and it is y wholesome, and satisfactory. l Tuesday and Vvednesdayv Nov sixteen years, and now when sound, 25c Weeks. Break a Cold Tablets Well, business is like that ember 14andJ15.Tne subjects to they are about to go out1 of pow-e- r 25c . 'When I think of some of the tricks Nyals 3. busi- obtain In reputable 25cbe discussed will cover the field declare the monopolies" could that used to' otv famnfatl at fho SA9 A.. D. S. mon fiwmis T . of Kentucky need. It is des- ,be retched. The beef truat, .the Bide auctioneer. 19c Rexal "Tkis scoundrel once held up a ten Wampoles Wine CodIivi 83c ired to haye in attendance the steel trust ,and .a;'dozen oth-e-r dollar goloV piece and jsaid: f Bottle t'fiiajervH. 3e live, public-spirite- d monopolies have, not leen. " 'Guea tb. date o ' this piece ot Scotta Emulsion men of every a gueas and a ' 'reached, ' 'alad- nearly everyone taoney, Irlends. Make 00 couuty and city. TS jHjali, purchase, ad the .correct gueaser, :y .i ' At our request the Louisville agreea'wlth jSv"Prafidnt --' tKatr takes, the 'colm.V - i - i, .100 r Mgct ,eTrybbdy: in th;crowd ieasGd'. . .Conyentiou and Publicity League 89c 'Bwwybor t&me Worthless Rexal ' 'will make all arrangement! for cuted in gowfaith..BatrralI' of; ruhkft, and tbevdealer"netted a' huge 50c at conyen-iao- rofc- TSeaT at the end, 'he.Jeoked up the entertainment of .the thes cooceim are big contribu.'. 83c K r ' we are aking all County tors to repiiblicancamiaJtn iuh- - jthe tea'dollar goldpiece, held ll ' 83c '"KVfor'itrcWbo gaeised 1804tr ?. Jftdceg, Mayori ., of citi and da aii a great many peraong, be--' 1.00 i1i aM, inr.cried tj&j mn jack Vinoi ?, " Ar. y and agricttltttwj " "- io OMimeraJ Jiera thai mtM nft of th iasw for QvbtaM f "I1i ram gmjnmt? h to appoint a.. liooiber' oi whjralthwitfhtheyodald W tfDtlteoiiBtoa,pock 9Min J Jcffcr9n r LOWikSVlLtC, RY. iatol5U,"-WaaJJ- go . not 1M tka II st $4.50 f $K)K)K)K)K5K)K)K CutRate Editor. We Can Furnish You Everything In The Drug Line The Adair County News and the Weekly Courier-Journ- al Both One Year :v. ' - For $1.50 $kLr. 4'- 42-8- - 50-1- -- 7- . 'byr V .' We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. "VVrSe Courier-Journal . Com- - o. -- V H j, w or-nnizat- Uia-afcQf- L - f4rUe $&. pany, Louisville, Ky., fc free sample copy of ediw you desire, but be send your subscripts totfaapapir-NO- T, - 4 t em C)umr'JotirnaL. v; Jfl K' v - i THE"ADAIB COUNTY NEWS There Is bo economy whatever In SPLENDID MILK COOLER. scrimping thevratlons of aHimals that work, are Intended for' the. block or Only Homemade Construction Needed. give Tnilk, either Is there profit in' Pays For .Self In a Season. anyman or woman whodrks keepHere Is shown a milk "cooler that la ing himself- or herself in the same half very easily constructed by any one and fed condition. will repay its cost many times over In a season's use. A bos form is conThere was something a bit awry In structed of the size you wish the outthe arrangement of things, when a side of the cooler to be; the inside Is longer interval ,was not provided be- made in the same manner only about tween the exactions of the iceman eight inches smaller so as to allow for and coal man. Instead of there being a four inch wall to the tank or cooler a gap those two fellows often overlap on all sides. The concrete Is mixed, one part Portland cement to five parts in their services. of sand and gravel, and the bottom of cooler laid first; this may be three and A. good many hens ha've that- queer f or four Inches thick, a3 you makes them prefer to lay streak which their eggs in the barn or wood house of a neighbor than of their owner. Perhaps it is the same tendency that makes so many youngsters prefer to play at the neighbor's than at home. : - 1 SELECT CULLINGS Size of American Families. The immigration commission has been investigating the size of families of various nationalities as to parentage, but born in this country. The Investigation covered the entire state of Bhode Island, Cleveland, Minneapolis, rural Ohio and rural Minnesota. Only those married women were included In the study who were under forty-fiv- e years of age and had been married from ten to nineteen years. Results show that for the total area My Doctor Said Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon began, to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I tm able to do my housework and to care for my children, and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received." x THE "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. " I was in a very low state LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 - TAKE one-hal- The WomarfsTonic ' Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not try Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tonic remedy for women. Test , it for yourself. Your druggist sells 'Cardui. Ask him. for Special Instructions, end Hint 1113 nujuuii UlfW"Ul'l'V(a UUUIUUE .J., uuuwuuia, book. Home Treatment for Women," ge sent free. J 55 1CUL, 5)i 0. S. Bunbat dentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Res-,pho- ne Dr. - James Triplet! UBIlIISli JEFFRIES' BUILDING. RING 3. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK) 'PHONE NO. 40, OOLUMBIA. KENTUCKY The fact is not generally known, but the single blossomed the tubers dahlias are now being grwn for consumption, as are swea potatoes. Another curiosity along the same line A COOLER FOB EVERY DAIRY. is the use of milkweed as a vegetable, it being cut when tender and used as desire. The box form for the inside is one does asparagus. then set upon this floor or bottom at an equal distance from the outside Even in the country the proper place form on all four sides and the confor the pigs is in pens and yards pro- crete for the walls placed and tamped vided especially for them and not the down. At one end the wall Is slightly dooryard, lawn and flower beds. lower in center to provide for an overMany folks who are well fixed finan- flow, as shown. - The tank should be cially and have plenty of room op the high enough so that when filled with farm seem to have some odd notions water it will be within two or three on this matter of where the pis right- inches of the top of milk can, and, as ly belong. the water Is constantly changing, the milk can be cooled very rapidly. The The bacterial ljfe which Is respon- cooler may also be built slightly larger sible for scab in potatoes will live to allow for ice to be packed around over in the ground from one year to the cans when It Is desired tohasten another, but the spores which cause the cooling process. smut in wheat and oats do not; hence treating the seed means clean grain SILOS ENLARGE FARM. the following season, even on ground that produced a smutty crop the preIn-- tabulated there were 2.7 children born to the native white mothers of native parentage and 4.4 children to the white mothers of foreign parentage. In Minneapolis the number of children born to native mothers was 2.4 and In rural Minnesota 8.4. The number of children to mothers of specified foreign parentage was as follows: English, 3.4; English Canadian, 3.5; Scotch, 3.6; German, 4.3; French, 4t3; Irish, 4.4; BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Norwegian, 4.7; Italian, 4.9; Bohemian, 5; Russian, 5.4; French Canadian, 5.6; Polish, 6.2. Independent. IS $5.00:A YEAR. vious season. No Need to Increase Acreage to A notable WEEKLY The cause of scientific agriculture lost one of its most able and devoted advocates in the death of Professor F. H. King, who died at Madison, "Wis., a short time ago. Besides writing a number of books on drainage, irrigation and soil physics, he devised the system of ventilation for barns which bears his name and has been so generally used by progressive farmers everywhere. "Our hens are fat and in fine condition, but don't lay," is a summary of the complaint of hundreds of poultry keepers in fine condition perhaps for the roasting pan or kettle, but not for producing eggs. It's their fatness and fine condition that are the cause of the trouble. Switch them from a diet consisting chiefly of corn to one of wheat, bran, skimmllk, green stuff, meat scraps and the like, and the hens will sing a different tune and fill the egg basket , 60URIER JOURNAL HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politic?. 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 crease Productiveness. feature of this year's agriculture is the increase in silo building One manufacturer states that he has sold over 4,500 silos, and no doubt all manufacturers have done a bigger business than ever before. The short- age of hay has had a good deal to do with this, of course, but aside from that the silo has been steadily growing in favor for years. There is at present a niar'ked tendency to utilize the silo for summer feeding. One acre of corn stored in a silo equivalent of several acres of, pasture. It never dries up and is always More silos and smaller , ready to feed. ones, allowing a part to stand until summer, will be the future policy of men who want to enlarge their farms without adding to their acreage. The silo will help to make more big little farms. It is a part of the policy of putting one farm on top of another that is usually called advanced farming or Intensive agriculture. National Stockman and Farmer. Took the Ephebic Oath. A recent class at the College of the IF Y0H WILL SEND YOUR ORDEfc City of New York emulated the Athenian youths of old, who, about to enTO US, YOU CAN GET ter public life, took the ephebic oath. All the members of the class signed the oath, translated from the Greek, which reads as follows: ""We will never bring disgrace to this our city by any act of dishonesty or cowardice nor even desert our suffering comrades in the ranks. We will fight for the Ideals of the city AND both alone and with many. "We will revere and respect our city's laws and do our best to incite a like respect and reverence in those above us who are prone to annul and set them at naught We will strive unceasingly to quicken the public's sense of civic duty. Thus in all these ways we will transmit this city not only not less, but greater, betBOTH ONE YEAR ter and more beautiful than it was transmitted to us." New York Tribune. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE L0UISVILEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. is-th- e AND THE I, ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS for $1.50 r i V possible has more in it of contentment and happiness for the American than any other agency that can be named. Kerosene is sometimes anywhere than that which is being put into practice by many country pastors in cdnnection with the varied practical problems which confront their parishioners and by these same hardworliing parishioners in, relation to the moral and spiritual problems which the dominie has on his hands. This carried out to the fullest extent No finer is exemplified THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is Cruelty to Animals In France. society for the prevention of cruelty to animals has been organized the best afternoon paper printed In Paris, where no legislation on that subject has been passed since 1S50. anywhere. So long as the beast was not the propHas the best corps of corres erty of the offender acts of cruelty against dumb animals could not be pondents. punished. According to recently published accounts, a man who had pourCovers the Kentucky field pered turpentine on a dog and then applied a match and another who had fectly. been discharged from service and had taken revenge by tearing his former Covers the general news field master's horses' eyes out were discharged by magistrates because the completely. brutal men were not the owners of the tortured animals. The act under Has the best and fullest mar which the new society was organized provides that any person shall be pun- kets reports. ished who maltreats a dumb animal. A ' if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily 1 Courier-Journ- al, Yr Yr $6,00 $2.00 means of accelerating a lazy fire, but In the case of an Illlnoisan the other day there was so much acceleration that the unfortunate members of the family could not adjust themselves to it. The stove blew up, setting fire to the house, and five members of the family were burned to death before they could make their escape from the house. When kerosene Is put on a smoldering fire a gas is at once generated that is as dangerous as gasoline. It is the ignition of this gas that raises havoc in such cases. used as a DEMOCRATIC in politics, but Pall of Sand Good Friend. Always keep bandy a pailful of Is the World Drying Up? clean sand. Nothing is more useful Whether the globe on which we fair to everybody. about the house. It cleans rust; just dwell is gradually drying up or not Is plunge a rusty knife or tool into the a question that has been much de- SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPsand several tibes and see for your- bated. Recent discoveries in central self. Then, If a pan of grease on the Asia have been regarded by some as stove starts to blaze, don't douse the favoring an affirmative answer, but TION RIGHT AWAY stove with water and run out of the others have replied that the observed kitchen screaming for Ben, or Joe, or phenomena are simply periodic Bill. TJse sand. changes. Dr. Walser of Zurich cham- TO THIS PAPER-Louisvill- e not to The It smothers the blaze quickly, dissi- pions the affirmative view on the. pates the smoke, and instead of I, ground that a great number of Euro Time3. mussing up the stove, as would watei - pean lakes have certainly disappeared it really cleans it fv ithin the last 250 years. The canton Don't throw away a punctured water of Zurich, The WAy the Wind is Blowing for example, says the Scibag as being useless. Try filing It entific American, had 149 iakes a with sand heated In a pie plate or quarter of a century ago and only 70 shallow pan. The sand will retain heat today. He believes that a similar tena long time, and for every practical A canvas of Green couuty la., purpose will be found as good as hot dency to disappearance has affected the lakes of Germany and Russia. made by mail may be accepted water. -- ii EVERY ONE TO HIS LIKING. g' V j f D 1 A farmer .and a town man ex-changed places for a week. "It farmer ! was terrible," said the sleep afterward. "I couldn't a wink on account of the street One living in central or eas'tern Wo pan cnvfi von a finmVnnn.f.inn onf. states and who has not been In the ?, cars, motorcycles and automo- biles." "I'll never try that, Golden Stare is sometimes at a loss or Sunday if 3011 will write rate on Daily tf, again," said the town man. "The to understand how orange ranches can , roosters and the cows and the hsive a value of from $1,500 to $3,500 this paper, J squealing pigs kept me awake per acre. But such prices are Intel- Jj every night." ligible when one takes into account )3XSXSs) Ss the value of single crops which are got from such orange groves. One Poultry Pickings. lady, a Mrs. Sears, who owns a fifteen acre ranch in the southern part of A bent wire hook, with the edd fasCalifornia, recently sold her crop of tened into an old broom handle, is a Valencias on the trees .for $1G,500 and handy article to catch a fowl running had nothing to do In the transaction at large. With practice one but indorse a draft for the. amount cad easily catdh a allttle fowl with this hook. Of course this orange ranch did not INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Break up the breeding peris, if you come by chance, but was civeh pains have not already done so, femoving taking care and spraying multiv We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long tude of enemies to bring itfor a profit- the male birds from the flocks until to a after molting season. At this period as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights able bearing condition. of the year the; stock will do better unmated. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. t One level headed farmer's wife we Stronger' chicks can be grown; by INCH 58 know who keeps many laying hens starting with commercial chick feed' resents the idea of having her- nice placed before them so they can help 50 NCI Jf l..ftf " fresh eggs serve as a cork to float the themselves at will. This, feedsis comprices Of the great quantities of eggs 42IKCH I .f raf f posed" of a of grains and seeds, of uncertain reputation that are mar- principally variety oats, hulled wheatahd corn 34 INCH keted In violation of pure food law's. cracked fine, Kaffir corn, millet, etc. She has made a deal, with a i hotel in 2SINCR Tne cniclis should, he allowed'a good ft large, market center 350 "miles, from v.y i " h iu u i mV'jt- . m. w .u tf .m t. u v. v m.v v vfiVf ih-sized run and must be ajwa'ys supplied, where she lives, and every three or i8 inch iXaXXXXXXKXXaaaaaaap 0O0to four, days, crates her 'eggs and ships -- with, green food, charcoal, grit and' oysthem to her customer by express. ter shell. The demand, for dressed fowls Is Each egg is stamped withthe date, on which it Is laid. For eggs marketed rapidly Increasing, and, poultry,, reisers y VAA A fXwmm 'uYAAAAOvKAAvATAAfXA AAA unaer- - tnese: conditions, she receives are; fincllng' it profitable; tp: prepare rfwafte.airarj3 3UKmimmmnmmmmmamtmmitamtitmiitKrmmaUUix--(STANDARD STYLE) HABE W SIX nEH 5I1TS ELLWOOD HELD FENCE ou per cent more than 4f .they were their fowls fdr'tb: "marketi He!p;in t sold locally .and marketed. In a mis- the home has; become 'quite at proWem Roofing. Hardware, cellaneous shipment She has assumed during rfefcent Vw'andiBOBt ,cMar. that .relation, to, the,, egg market 'which :,r6pTe,:pi8frbuyInrt,fowla.' alreiflf!! -gives price, Jrfjirf the pro. dri?dj:rit if tb '&q iataresfr of. .tiw prJeiv foiWa" the portlpn that .btherfplkVaaatket stale eggs, tfeus 'increMtyi'tlic deaAand" for: 'fawte; ntfafc;tbif tnfc' 1m wfltiMr .tr jalricit Street; Between First and Brook.; 'thoset strictly deirrfcr hk J&, She VkW pIm .pajffor.it .bexfe Louisville, KyV .and U welirp1ild;t-Wtr(mW- . - Sunday Courier-Journ- al, I -- '"&HSttMti52,Si Ancient Marble Canopy Unearthed During excavations at 'Winchester cathedral a piece of carved marble weighing thirteen hundredweight has been unearthed six feet below the surface. On examination it .was found that the piece of marble, which is carved in the early English style, was the missing canopy of the monument to Bishop Ethelmar do Valence, half brother of Henry III., who died in exile In France and whose heart was by his desire burled in the cathedral In 1260. The. canopy had been g o for centuries. It Is now propct-trestore the monument, using the canopy which has been found. London fc- a thermometer showing how the political wind is blowing in that section. One hundred and twenty letters were pent out to Republicans only, and ninety seven answers recieved. Some of the questions presented and the answers recived are as foliowos: If Taft ahould be nominated, will you support him? Yes,12; no 64; blank,fl2. ELL WOOD 26 WIRE ' j FENCE -- 1 II T7T7UUUT1P. Till llll T - Mortar Tossers. There Is no hod carrying in Japan. Do you approve of Taft's ac- The native builderr have a method of mortar which makes it tion in the Ballanger matter? Yes transporting seem more like play than work to the onlooker. The mortar Is mixed in 2; no, 61. a pile, in the street One man makes Do you approve of the attack' this, up Into balls of about six pounds welgipti, which he tosses to. a on Dr. Wiley? yes, 3: no,8I. man who stan'd on a ladder midway Do yon approve of Taf t's veto between the robf and the ground. This man deftly catches the ball and of the . wolen schedule as passed then tosses it up to a man who stands py the last congress? yes, 18;nOi on the roof. Aerial Scout Work. ' As an example of what German military air men are already able to do the, recent , performance of Lieutenant Mackenthun is cited. In' a space of Ihirty-fiv- e Do you approve of the Payne-Aldric- h bill? Yes, 12; no, 85. ! f$Mw m minutes Lieufenant Mack- a -- Farm Implements and , enthun, who was acting; for tthe JRed force, rose and Sew along the enemy's froat and "was back on theground at .ais;'ki4uarfra ., ready to report To winam aave take'ttvav string- force of rivalry fear laecsame-vraMMts.TrouiB- Taft administration favors the farmer and laborer or the trusts? Farmers, 6; " trusts, 58- " 70. Do you belfeve the oers.tpflJk-Teleip,ap- S. DEHLER BROS., - The gross receipts of the steel kuet for the year ending: Decern.. bt31, J.910, were: in the amaz .vacvlir mnA , ' hec-a-hlghe- r -- farr .!- - togt -- bt ' It wit;to arffiif alco4wlwlth 'J?ZJLrL iaLAcBite & flower,' m. tfre ftwrtewith v r-I , AkhIJe- PerfitHMel f' AfetoHe,rrfuwee: manufactured hr flmirM of 15.8 18.243.724! F.vm -- niifraarATMielv ' laiouk' - ,- '4r H . -- :. ') 'll - - .. Tlack Sam couldn't jMifhtfarl D- - -- '' raack- -" !! thift.. T st-- - "(V-f&S- Lj. ' it , UL - r. 'Jft' k. : - " J&V'. '"juam, J&9BmBmt r. ..-- . 13Mms&,-&3?- .r- - ..il St -- ? . -- , Hjfcgr.: f.suii-'v";- ' y.Jmk.Mt titr 'U m - ?r .I N THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 3t,-- C , . "win w Yon Can B, a food fine and appetizing or ill-cooked fetter Cook FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery It isn't off in the "knack." The utensils you use go a long way, toward making your and indigestible. It's impossible to make the best cookery in utensils that quickly scorch or crack and And such utensils are dangerous. Authorities say that scale off, rust and corrode. TEA KETTLE cancer comes of eating particles of glass chipped off from ordinary enamel ware when hot. The heat expands the iron frame but the coating of glass which is all enamel ware is does not expand so fast, consequently it breaks and gets mixed with the food. fevr r Department With its wonderful selection of the best that the ffords, offers Special attractive Bargains every day in the week. The IJall Line of market-a- a Carpets-Linole- um ft? 3fv: m: SAUCE PAN There is no such danger from food cooketf in up-to-d- ate "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware It can not crack, peel nor chip. t It will not rust, corrode, nor spoil food, and with harder use it " Makes shopping at our store pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Store. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 524 West MarketJSt. lasts years longer than any other ware. . We (COFFEE POT Guarantee It for IS Years 6 FREE DEMONSTRATION ..ML v tfBS "1892" PURE SPUN ALUMINUM is the ideal ware for all kitchen utensils permanently bright and beautiful as silver, but many times lighter making it convenient to handle. Heats quickly but does not quickly burn dry. Easy to clean and care for. FARMING WITH SSHeK Jberun sauce pan TM "1892" Pure Aluminum utensils have all the advantages of every other kind besides several that are exclusive. And with all these added advantages over all other utensils "1892" Pure Spun Alumi num Ware costs but a trifle more. , DYNAMITE KT fcjji1 f j i kX' Crf UtA " i. yx v Afc Bt rtefAvA Look for the Maltese Cross on Every Piece It is lor your protection and benefit. Its a guarantee that you are getting the genuine and only original "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum. FOR SALE BY Call and get a Pare Aluminum Souvenir H Drawn from actual photograph Stamps blasted out Into firewood. MRS. ERMINE WILSON, Russell Springs, Ky. MUFFIN PAN .adyYille. - TT? " L. i. k-- - K professions. Much credit is due business trip to Rock Hill, MonMr. Willie Hill who came in to Bros., James McKinley and Ed day, and returned Thursday. Corn gathering is the topic of' his yote Qn the lar side ward Aaron for their help in this School at this place is progress the day. jef t us Wednesday morning, for good meeting. mg nicely, under the manage- was hJs wbrk Jo. Lane, of Glasgow, Frank Lapsley sold two fat raent of Misses Lena and Emma shaking hands with our merch- - The protracted services at Un-- j hogs last week for 5 cents a Palmore, of Persimmon, Monroe -ants last Friday progressing nicely j with pound. ion is county. W. L. Grady, is moving into Uj. ag fine sepmons as anyone Russell Sullivan is just com- There have been four weddings i ii ms new aweinng cms weeiv. ever heard. The prospects .are pleting himself a fine house, between .Marro.wbone an J W.- - Yates, is visiting Mki-fine for a great revival. Girls look out, Russell ' will want Burke3ville, in the past county hisrelatives in Green Our efficient school teacher a cook. , , j Mr. John Smith, of Game, Ky., : thisfweek Miss Mary Walker, has been on ftSpw"" Hiram MiJer got badly hurt to Miss Ella Butler, of MarrowJames Q. Diddle, is spending thesick list for a few days and last week. Her was hauling bone; Mr.,, Grady Lewis to Miss a few days in Louisville this her sister Mrs. Yates, hasjcharge plank, and his mules ran away Mabel Baker, both of Water-vieweek. of our school. Every thing is mov- With him, and- - lie- was thrown Ky., Mr. Benton Allen to J. A. Wilmore, returned to his ing off just as nice as if Miss off his wagon and badly bruised Miss Bulah Pace, qf Watervjew, school at Lexington last Monday.-- Mary was present. . Mr. Lubree Budge and Miss Hell . , l up. 'L en Hurt, both of Grider, Ky. J. A. Diddle, is at Greensburg Messrs. Robert Wilson," ofJCane D. C. McFarland has two ba' this week, on business. Miss Bertha Norris is improvValley, Mr. Cook, of Horse'Cave, bies, and there is 41 years Wi titers, has been ing after a long spell of fever. Mrs. W L were with our merchants '""one their ages. News, beat Mr. and Mrs. .John Smith aton the sick list for the past week. day last week soliciting orders. that if you, can? W.L Fletchei ,Ed Squires Luthtended the revival at Burkes-villMr. L F. Pendleton the'well- last week, conducted by the er Bell, were in Columbia last known stock man of this section, I Millard Helm has moved to Roberts Bros., and their wives, Coover Lapsley's. Saturday. was in our midst one day last and report a good meeting, with Lowe Bros., of Gresham, were week and informed us thatlhe Miss Cordelia Coe, a lady '41 good attendance. here several days of last week, had twenty-fiv- e Mr. L. L. Cary, of Cloyd's or thirty hogs. years old, died in the Jackman putting on tin roofing. Bottom, last Saturday, Nov., the Landing has moved to his new . .. just ready to slaughter. If any X home at Waterview. We gladly A little child ol Mr. and Mrs. on wants pork at the market 4th. oascum james uieu mat oaiur-a mn to call on Mr. Orville Grider and Miss welcome him. day, with diptheria Geneva Lapsley were quietly Mr. Pendleton. Obituary. Rev. G. W Pangburn assisted' married at Thomas Hadley's, The Election passed off with by Rev. John Roberts and wife, On the morning of the 30th, of just a little disturbance once or Nov., the 5th. Wallie Cook and Oct., the death angel visited the the traveling evangelist, will betwice, but no one hurt nor scared Miss Enoler Selby''ere 'there." home of- - Mr. and Mrs. A. A. gin series of meeting at Pick-et- ts and asHhe returns from various Waters your many friends wish Clayton, and robbed it of one of Chapel Wednesday night. places began " to come in some you good luck, aad - &- Jong and" its brightest jewels. Kent Wood Mrs T. J. Keltner, of Kemp, ;JF was feeling good while others happy life. was five .years old the day before spent a few days visiting here did not feel so Well, but it is all Miss Mollie Selbyis still on the he died, and had suffered for ,, ri . . 'over and business will move on sick list, with no gain in her over a year with a tumor. He ; Mr. jiMJ. waiKer, was by the just the same and we all are look- - health. bore his suffering with much pabedside of his sick brother at ing forward to a bright future.. Miss Ada Bibee is at her grand tience, and said God would heal Nell, one day last week. him when he came up there father's for a few week's stay. Mrs. Bruce Montgomery and , V Oniric Akr- bnw.c , Dear parents and relatives, we .' Eva Walker, of Columbia, Spent Mtfrowbine. t. can. only say, look to Him who with their father- - MpI last Sunday U,JtL Tv and Misa Hoil' said "Suffer little children to Vi. and fakm y ,near. here. Typhoid fever is raging in come unto me, and Helm were married, at Jit. Ver-Bv'- .'alSA ' forbid them . Vvj , S'i&s EWK) r, StWJmhAet loe non cnurcn ucc, zszn, iyii:hi Dy. Marrowbone nqt, for of such, is the Emgotn ? f All.V of a 3pk'of Mrs. Lizzie Gray jand sister,, of Heaven. r ' . 3& .jt. thiss6on returns of the State election. m , Draws from actual photosraph. Ten months later $860.00 worth of celery per acre. j j Come and learn the modern quick, cheap and safe way to use the giant force of dynamite to Remove Stomps and Boulders. ?i j W. Plant Trees. Dig Ditches. Break Up Subsoils and Hake Old Farms Produce Fig Cropsy " . , cfflB) RED 1 CROSS WHl Be Demonstrated on the Farm ol If 1 VI UilUll V1;,' T HI A 17 !"N w, - - The Adair County News and 80th One Year for $J.50. Courier-Journ- al be-twe- en a series of meetings at Pierce's Chapel. , Brice Walker has accepted a pasition as teacher in a school at Stidham, Oklahoma. Brice is a good boy of steady habits, up- e, v .... i - ,i,j 4 right character and industrious disposition, and I believe he will make good at whatever he unGlensforL fellow with .a smile on i dertakes. Eli Grant has bought the house and lot at this place, known as - See that his face? Well he's a Democrat, the Allen Turner property, and and has just heard ' the election will move in a short time. riewa. Some of our fellows will get a little booze occasionally, just to remind us that we have not yet P,a r sSCE ' -- GncAFEB CA lltV X LL TM 1 1 WOOD 1 .",," O-r -- (k. - -- i-- ii John Cook iie o wijBr. Mr. Nell ilued his horses 'J To Vf 3t,crU. S olfWrek, now mM&;. aS, quite arisen from the last stage of barbarism. H. K. Taylor has recently and repaired his residence, enhancing materially the appearance and convenience of r ? his property. re-modd- UlA0All Iron Fence 555 UU5i MANUFACTURCO BY gfiiBilii ! rr-r i l TB 4.4.7k flj i A . T &, .l. x . 3T 1 in ill TB m ilim . w - ww '' Tiis SiGwart Iron Wcrhs Gonwy CINCINNATI, OHIO "Whose Tence received the Highest 5tLos),-10WrJ- 'Bill ?i JrPK aJfcwith -- iLf YUM, jureursv uoi ,itana, fowMrtUtari.fttomz I V(Ir hh Yerr mbtiint om4'T- tkir I Mettrs. W. G. A man by thetnameof Gcnxkn,. $& ZM & t- . fefer, lajiy4feb mirfk' LUibUif U, 3 , 3& f.;Otho BmnhantJTery ow, after whiclTthe little oody waf V, I AmawASCii w ft- - residence on the heights south of to .mu.r ia&terrtiMr - Samu. &ectjngain94f; jm - . 2ieaai," VYona'3i bny. Price less than a respectable viooi ence t replace yoor ota oi icW. ncnosi economical ience Ton car rnvt r luels W &M J9t HBflfeI Tk ?&m&4 I VAHiUCVi WUMvU m with-grippe- . W' for rMr cooductins : 1ST; auraur arniHi.TU awniM xs YS. CAX&XSD S .eve cbvrmla rui unpKvnoci IrwaTTiatc Jw r mmm (tfw "5 VV tatfcabl'giP!1floerg. and brbtber- - await the reOT!ttotrmdrv APrWid.. r tol " A i ;"' - MrrJohffSr s - s. Bra. r ci Crtfci c -z M ' . s , ." , .'. y t L.. T. Wti m W .' X a- 'ji r- t f ' rsr ' r" "'V ' V ir 'J fr i i--v. - V. ik W IMIi li