You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Adair County news: November 22, 1911 The Adair County news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Columbia, Kentucky 1911 ada1911112201_sn86069496 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Adair County news: November 22, 1911 The Adair County news Columbia, Kentucky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f sX r 4 l. lfa. ' 1 I.I...I . : r -.- - wEj4lWwW im - - x!mV - -- -" YOLUMF XV COLUMIA, ADAIR Death of Edwin Wilson. Last Tuesday morning just before this paper went to press, the spirit of Edwin Wilson took its flight and went to God who gave it. This death was not a surprise to the community, as the deceased had been gradually declining for six or eight months. He was & victim of pulmonary trouble, and less than a year ago he went to the Mountains of Tennessee with the hope that a higher altitude would be beneficial to his wasting constitution. He sood discovered that he was not gaining strength, and in a few months he returned home, and from the time of his arrival until the final dissolution, he daily grew weaker, though at times he would say that he was feeling better, as is usually the case with persons who die with the same disease. in f tf Etttitfn " . " NOV. ittti, ' if NUMBER 3 COUNnrKBlWEWilESDAy 22, 1911. Ci THE CORN CONTEST. It Didn't Work. Recently we had an article in the News a little advice to husbands, who have long lived with their better halves, advising them that in order to have per. feet tranqulity at home, they should manifest their love for their companions as they did in their young courting days. Col. Newton Coffey upon reading ahe article was very favorably impressed, and concluded that he would take the advice advanced by the News. Going home one evening after business hours, he took bis seat close to his wife and related what he had read, saying I am going to follow that advice in Married This Mtrning. Miss Laura Jackman, who is a sister of Mr. J. W, Jackman, and Mrs. John Eubank, and who was a resident of Columbia from early girlhood until she went to live with her uncle, Mr. Jo Jackman, near Creelsboro, three years ago, was married this, (Tuesday) morning, in this city, to Mr. O. C. Kimbler, n, a farmer and miller, who lives at Russell county. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J W. Weldon, pastor of the Methodist church, in the presence of a number of relatives and friends. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for the home of the groom, in Russell county. The rites were solemnized at the residence of Mr. Sew-ellto- Mr. Selden Hateher. On Mrs. Eliza Powell, Dead ii' m Mrs. Eliza Powell, widow of the late Milton Powell, who preceded her to the Hatcher departed this life at the age of !t Drew a Large Crowd and Com73 years. He lived on the old home- better land just nine months ago. She petition was Spirited. stead where his father, Joshua, lived was 79 years old at her last birthday. member of the and died. In the year 1870 he was mar- She was last ried to Miss Anna Beard, daughter of Cabbie family. She was a sister of Dr. Beard, who resided at Cane Valley, W,C, deceased, who lived and died FOLLOW. AWARDED PREMIUMS THE Ky., and died there a number of years near Joppa, this county, a number of ago. Mrs. Hatcher is a sister of Dr. years ago. Mrs. Powell leaves five daughters James Beard, of Bradfordsville, Ky. The Adair County Boys Corn contest Mr. Hatcher leaves a wife and two and a number of grandchildren to has proven all, or even more, than its daughters, both married, Mrs. Mattie mourn for her. Four of the daughters most enthusiastic promoters and supBanks, who now resides in Louisville, are married; Mrs. W. F. Sanders, Mrs. porters had contemplated and,Nteyond Solomon Rice, Mrs. Montgomery Pow-d-ll and Mrs. Frances Stapp. question takes foremost place of all the and Mrs. Curtis Leach. Miss Ellen, Mr. Hatcher accepted Christ as his efforts made to arouse interest and Savior when a young man, and united the single daughter, has remained at bring about better methods and better the future. with the Baptist church and lived a home and cared for the old people in all results in the farming interests of this "Laura, give me your hand, I want John Eubank. Christian life to the end. Some five their affliction. Mis3 Flora Powell, the county. Instituted and encouraged by to nold it, and look into your eyes, as I friends in years ago he united with the Christian granddaughter, is a teacher, but made The bride's numerous the Agricultural department of our did in our young courting days." Adair and Russell counties will be glad church at Cane Valley, of which he her home with her grandparents. State and heartily accepted and aided "You go way," came the reply. "I'll to learn that she has been happily wed- was a member when he died. He was Mrs. Powell was a member of the Edwin "Wilson was born in Columbia, by the business men of Columbia and tell you the kind of love I want I ded to a worthy, industrious gentleman. a man of firm conviction both in relig- Christian Church at Pleasant Hill. years ago last July, a son want you to get the spade and hoe, go some of our most progressive farmers, twenty-fiv- e ious and political matters. He was a The family was one of the oldest in contest, in its initial trial and im- of T. T. and Eliza Wilson. The greater down to the cow house and throw up a the life long Democrat He was a great that part of the county. They have Life Sentence. perfect organization, brdught into ex- portion of his life was spent here, a ditch, in order that my feet may not get reader, and kept well posted in the af- always been known as genuine, good istence last spring without sufficient young man of good habits, and one wet when I go to milk the cows. Do fairs of the day, both in the political old people, notedjfor honesty and truthtime for mature deliberation and who had many friends. Some years that and there will be peace in the Walter Carson, whose home is at and religious world. His father lived fulness, and were good church workthorough preparation, produced con- ago he was employed in Louisville, and family." The next morning Newton Hustonville, Lincoln county, and who in Columbia for awhile, during which ers. Milton Powell, the husband ofjthe vincing evidence, in the quantity and while in that city he made a profession was seen with spade and hoe wending shot and killed Ed Cochran in Casey time Mr. Selden Hatcher attended deceased, was for a long time Superinquality of corn exhibited last Saturday of his faith in Christ, and was ready his way toward the cow house. county, last June, was tried and conschool and rad law for awhile. His tendent of the Pleasant Hill Sunday to dispell the doubts for the Master's call. in the court-housvicted at Liberty last week, the jury mother-in-laMrs. Dr. Beard, is still School, and always faithful to his duSeveral days before he died he noticed of all who may have felt that money giving him a life term in the peniten- living, and has lived with the family ties. The daughters are all members At Union Church. and time would be wasted. In fact it his mother weeping, and he said to her: Thanksgiving tiary. A motion for a new trial was for many years. of the Christian church, and are faithextreme opposite and "Mother, don't weep for me; I am overruled, and the case will proved to the The funeral services were held at the ful. The members of the Union Presby- made and Rol- clearly marks the beginning of a new ready to meet my God. I would like to by other inter- be appealed. A. A. Huddleston, In the death of Mrs. Powell, the old Hatcher residence, last Monday at relive and be a help to you, but I have no terian church, assisted an attorney named Price 1 era, new methods and surprising o'clock, by the writer in the presence children have lost a good and deyoted ested friends of the community, are lin Hurt and Hardexhibits fears of death," sults. There were twenty-on- e for the prosecuted; Geo. E. Stone, Robt. of a goodly number of friends and mother, the community a good neighbor consoling words, and making Elaborate preparations These were and every one well worthy considering, They ing, J. W. Rawlings, Boyle Stone and neighbors, and the body was laid to and friend. Mis3 Ellen and Miss Flora Celebration of Thanksgiving. even in a state contest of this kind, and they should be a great comfort to her cordially invite all of the former mem- Chas. Montgomery, defended. In the rest in the family graveyard on the old are the only two left at the old home. shows the great posibilities of Adair who is left childless, and who lost her bers of the church and all who may same court Alva Ellis was tried for home place. He leaves grandchildren May the Lord lead the children and county soil under scientific farming. husband about two years ago, later her have attended worship there in other malicious shooting, the jury failing to that he was very foni of, children of grand children to imitate .the example There was a time when new land under only daughter, father and sister of the days-tand enjoy the occas- agree, The case against joungman of Mr. Owen Banks, Lucile, David and of the good mother and father, and be present old methods yielded sufficiently for the deceased. Besides the mother, the ion with them. The house will be fit- named Thomas, charged with assassina- Martha. live so that they may meet them in the needs of the people a time when land surviving members of the family are a tingly decorated and the program will ting another man, named Thomas, was He realized his condition several days better land, was butchered and turned out to wast, son and daughter by Mr. T. T. Wilson's consist of specially prepared music, ad- continued until the next term of the before the end came, and told his The funeral services were held at old but that day has passed and increasing first wife. to the occasion. Casey circuit court. friends that he was ready to go, that Pleasant Hill, conducted by the writer. In the absence of the pastor of the dresses, etc. , appropriate promptly at population and increasing necesities while he regreted to leave the family, There was a large congregatiorfpresent The exercises will begin demand that new method and better Baptist Church, the funeral services A Des Moines man had an attack of he was not afraid to go. to pay the last tribute of respect to a m. andatll:30the Benediction. 10, a results must be obtained for the well were conducted Wednesday afternoon Everybody is urged to be present and muscular rheumatism in his shoulder, leaves two brothers and one sis- mother in Israel. We commend them He J by Rev. J. W. Weldon, of the Methbeing of posterity, A friend advised him. to go to Hot ter, Richard Hatcher, of Louisville, all to the Lord and the word of His render thanks. Many efforts have been made to in-- odist Church, and at the close of his Springs. That meant an expense of and William, the sister resides in Glas- grace which i3 able to build them an to to make a change and remarks all that was mortal of Edwin duce farmers Roads. $150.00 or more. ii9 sought for a gow. Good give them a place amoy;g all them that few have accepted. To overcome this Wilson was laid to rest in the city cemquicker and cheaper way to cure it and May the good Lord keep and direct are sanctified. slow and uncertain process the farmers etery, there to await the resurrection found it in ChamherlanVs Liniment. the widow and children, and lead them - T: Wi'liams, The season is now at hand when the Three days after the first application of sons have been called to start right and morn. May the God of lovd comfort 'the al- people will be reminded that our roads this liniment he was well. For sale by in paths of peace, is my prayer. truly, in this county, they have respondZ T. Williams. mother, and dry the are the heaviest tax that is now bur- Paull Drug Co ed in a most encouraging way. There most heart-broke- n An Old Paper. premiums offered and tears of those who were close to the dening them. If we had good roads, were twenty-on- e while more than fifty boys, between deceased by ties of blood. we could have Rural Routes, and the Dr. J. W. Grady, who has been visit Piciuf cs for Thanksgiving. This office is In receipt of a copy of the, ages of ten and sixteen entered, farmers could have their mail brought ing his daughter, Mrs. S. A McKay, at showed up in the conthe Cincinnati Paily Enquirer, issued only twenty-on- e to them each day. Teams and wagons Elizabthtown for several weeks, writes could be saved, and more could be a friend here that he will start, on a test and each one received a premium. Rev. J. R. Craw'iotf has just re Tuesday, April the 11th, 1865, and was We have on sale Owing to the severe drouth of last Sumhauled. A good road could be built visit, to see his son, Dr. Clarance ceived one hundred pictures of "The presented by our friend, Mr. J. D. making a mer many of the entries failed tore-spen- d to Jones, Great Things of 20th of about for lot from Columbiaof Vester, andCraycraf t, Grady, was theMonday. this month new stereopticon, The Globe,"hopes his just a of Pelly ton, this county. It is .finish of the contest, but in the MaGaha, circle by way which ho His many to little larger than one sheet of the last which those who did were welJ paid and betof Ladies Ozark, and back to Columbia, and a friends in Columbia and Adair county give to the public on Thanksgiving News, and is set entirely of six point ter prepared for future work, The Rural Route could be established so as hope that he may have a pleasant evening at the Presbyterian church. type. It announces the fall of the largest yield of corn was made by Bryto have the mail leave Columbia in the journey. Interesting descriptive matter will be Confederacy, and contains many news an Rojse, the ten best ears of the enmorning, and deliver mail to the people given with each picture, making the items now recorded in history. No closing tire exhibit was produced by George along the route above named, and colviews educational as well as attractive. glaring headlines, black faces or points Cash for Accounts and Notes will be sold lect and deliver their mail to Columbia, Page. The combined weight of the two No admission is to be charged, but an of display, are exhibited. Every ad is . hundred and ten ears was 236i pounds. on the same day. offering is to be taken to cover cost of in condensed form and is but an infant of less Comes easily if you place them with slides and expenses. samplesare now on exThe twenty-on- e The people along the' route should with that great paper's issue of the "We notes hibit in Judge Moss office with the name present. The lack of time prevents us will become interested in building these us for collection.look collectclaims and production. any after of producer and the weight of each ten roads, so as to secure Rural Routes, accounts and Presiding Elder's Appointments. from perusing it closely, and in giving be ears on card. It was decided to have and at the same time save a loss of where in the United States, and do not mention of some of its points of merit another contest for 1912, and several teams and wagons make their farms make any charges unless we collect. in that day of its existence. Suffice to nice Greensb'g ct.f Hodges cb. Nov. dollars were subscribed for that pursay, that it was then in the throws of more valuable, and do a great service If any body owes you, write us about May's Collection Agency. it. Campbellsville sta , Nov. 7 pose. Judge N. H. 'Moss was elected to the people of their community. war, and the first bright ray of peace, Somerset, Ky Campbellsville ct., Nov. 9 President of the organization for 1912, union, and united strength of this counWon't some one lead in this moveRussell & Co. Ray Montgomery, Secretary and Tom Mannsville, Mannsville Dec, try, was then announced. Those days ment? Casey Creek Dec. 6 Ed Jeffries Treasurer. The present with their strife, division and slaught4 Death of an Old Lady. contest was largely 'conducted by Judge Columbia, Columbia Dec. 0 er have passed, and union, prosperity We wish to call your attention to the Moss and to him we tender our thanks 1 Cane Valley, Cane V Dec and happiness are now the heritage of The Methodist people of this place fact that most infectious diseases such Gradyville, Gradyville Dec. 12 for his faithful and honest efforts. Be- certainly have the banner prayermeet-ing- . as whooping cough, diptheria and scarour country. Mrs.' Hannah Dul worth, who was the . low we give the winners in the order in Tompkinsville, T'ville Dec. 7 More than one hundred persons let fever are contracted when the child widow of the late Jacob Dul worth, died 0 which they won prizes as determined by are in attendance each Wednesday has cold. W. T'ville, Fountain R. Dec ' WW WWW W WWW WW a Chamberlain's Cough Rem- at her late home, in the Mt. Carmel ll D. Todd, A. I. Hurt and S. H. Temple Hill at T. Hill Dec. 23 24 J. meeting is the edy will quickly cure a cold and greatly neighborhood, last Sunday night. She evening. The prayer W. F.Hogard, P. E the best corn judges in this re- life of a religious body, and the mem- lessen the danger of contracting these was seventy-nin- e We receiving years old and died gion, Colnmbia, Ky. town diseases. This remedy is famous for its with diseases incident to old age. The bers of the other churches in of new week, Quantity on half acre should bestir themselves. A dead cures of colds. It contains no opium or deceased was the mother of J. A. e Bryan Royse 41 bushels 67 pounds First National Bank, Columbia, Ky., prayer meeting is almost a sure sign of other narcotic and may be given to a overMens and Mrs. Richard Feese. She Edgar Harris, 40 bu 72 lbs. inactivity in the Church. child with implicit confidence. Sold by was a lady who had many friends in the was selected several weeks back by the Sam Simpsom, 40 bu 6 lbs. coats; choice Paul) Drug Co. neighborhood where she resided, and a U. S. Government, as a depository of Dolph Wilson, 39 bu 53 lbs. large concourse of people attended the Postal Saving funds. This fact was It will be remembered that last year from Clay Smith, 39 bu 40 lbs. published at the time, in the Louisville T. J. Smith, charged with shooting funeral and interment. Mr. C. C. Stephens sold the farm upon Paul Marshal, 37 bu 61 lbs. papers, but by an oversight we failed to closing of one which he was living, known as the Vester Murrell and his son, at Cane Edgar Royse, 29 bu 66 lbs. Bring your tickets in Saturday, Nov. note the fact at the time. C. Wheeler for Valley, several weeks ago, was given Hughes farm, to F. of Henry Morgan, 25 bu 15 lbs. 5,003 and removed to a farm he pur- an examining trial before Judge N. H 25, and you will have a chance to draw w Tenrrie Cundiff, 22 bu 66 lbs. chased in Green county. Last week he Moss last Tuesday. He was held to The very latest in shoes in velvets, in w For best ten ears excluding the above purchased of Mr. Wheeler, the same await the action of the grand jury, his a $35 free Sewing machine w Tans and 'gun metals. Also special F. Sinclair. who received premiums for quantity. Will be sold w fixed at $300 which he gave. prices on men's high shoes, prices refarm for 84,210. This is'said to be one bond being No one allowed more than one premium. W. L. Walker. duced. of the best Jobacco farms in Adair The shooting is, a mystery. Smith cheap. George Page 1st Mr. J. L. McLean and Mr. R. A. claims his innocence, that himself and county. 2nd Bascom Dohoney Murrell had at all times been on good Myers were the most successful huntNancy Elizabeth Flowers is-- the name Russell & Co. Leslie BanksfcfiL term, s nnd that he had no cause tb ers the first day. They killed forty of a young lady who made her advent at ' Clete Banks 4th' Notice To Hunters. shoot and that the accusation aganst five birds, bagging forty. There were the home of Mr. and Mrs.G.T. Flowers, JohnD. Lowe 5th.v.- other hunters out who met with very Jr..Frazier, Ky., on the 15th inst. The him is untrue. Shreve Davis 6th good success. father says he will be able to survive One or more boys in this community The electric light plant and ice plant J. W. Bennett 7th mean to protect the few birds that I definitely set notwithstanding the Republican party have been acting very badly after dark We learn that it is not Nathan Rice 8th may be found on my farm and I trust at Campbellsville, were destroyed by took to the woods on the 7th. for the past week. With chalk in Bryan Dudley 9th one will put "me to the necessi- fire' last Thursday night. The loss is tled how long Campbellsville will be in that no hand they go over the concrete paveOtis England 10th ty of enforcing the law for trespass. considerable. We take it that another darkness. Mr. Kincart, who wasttfe J.r. J. E. Snow, who was here from ments and write expressions which are Olie Rowe 11th The best way to avoid trouble is not to light plant will be installed at once, as manager of the electric light plant, disgraceful, not to the person they Robert Caldwell 12 hunt on lands contrary to the wishes of the town of Campbellsville can not well destroyed by fire a lew nights ago, was Russell Springs Friday, stated that last Friday to see about several'1 new residence had recently are trying to malign, but to the ones do without lights. We regard th'e the owner. Respectfully. Parents plant" here as oneo'f the greatest enter?, getting'a dynamo and other necessary been completed in his town and others who are doing the writing. C. S Harris, You will find that druggists 'everygentlc-ma- a were being constructed. He also stat-- . should arraign their boys' and if the town. In fact we, do not fixtures A Campbellsville Drnes in the where speak well of Chamberlain's informed us ithat it might 'be ed that the school atnthat place was do- - guilty party is found, a snvere swi ten see'how the service could be cu& off,;': JJwigh Remedy. They know from long ing s hould be administered. a great convenencey spring .before another plant was start- 'Ing fine. f r experience in the sale of it that in cases KMr. Edwin'Hurt, manager of Column the lights furnish -, , ed. of coughs and colds it can always be Factory, recently removed from this removed from -- , Miss Lela Harvey, a' young IsHQr Mr,. A. i' HaU reported that Mr. "L.-'depended upon, and that it is pleasant place to"Lcbanon, was here a few days Paul Waseiner Bropertyr o Burkee- - i, It the .aaifasMlyrwhehavebeea HtmcJ safe to take. For sale by Paull sad o. He stated that he hoped togtart ville strst,. W'Mrs., Btti Atms res-- , " the past jwti, wH emm Texae rug Co. sew locatios'in a Till. factory t at ideace, on same street. tbe, Ttad.r."V CekMsmate Kve. TWytfrthaa-r or, tea days. sumotioo. vSa hsri Wen nsy videatly business is improving. atthm'esmw. upost aesarge ei wMWft sywt. her room for" abost a "3rear."'The' If iyeet V,mWkace were m re commercial men; here We bfWlBfore Csmssisainnnr . stipatioB, are troubled with chteaic e the mild potM effect I will sell my fuseral services were largely ajtasiiisd R. Wtalery. wfc heW them For ly other ose week iiSSpjjgaMC week, WAMrie, at UbmbmsVWbbmS) tw and there were' maMy expeessMfcs-o- f UMMrmm,siaams SLlwmJm the They all call- - entire tck of CmMtmm, Misses aad Marc term of Federal O &H!$m ff sympathy for the parents ad, nihil I -Ww one detng. LatiM'Cleaks atcost for sash. r. MrtaeiM beaded m the; J M; tt swnravmf BMMbenr of the family. jyjHywi larseeefc. ...'-.- ' W. L. Walker. Sunday the 12th, Mr. Selden e, o 1 55- m www wwtfw this : week a handsome coat suits bought at manufac out sale turers and they than cost at This your opportunity to get a suit at a bargain. w v 25-2- 6 26-2- 45-3- m 28-2- "V, 2-- 3 5-- 10-1- 16-1- 19-2- Mit-che- are this Dul-wor- th a lot suits and these are selections the out sale the best Tailoring establishments the country. .J J V -- t. -, " ft V. -- , . -- J" - the-wee- it' Ticml!&1?w'15?,Ls,. istttk V 5 W '"' - e ys -- a4 'KM A- ffl3S .i e. fCtfe2r" T90 !" ' 3-- - " s jAr r " "Si 334 . Sisl ) THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS London papers say that no other V Man with Money. who have been entrusted with power. " There will be a powerThe Democratic party in Ken- ful lobby, armed with all the The man with money probably tucky won a great-victor- y at the sinews of war at Frankfort when receives more advice and abuse polls last week; it now faces a the Legislature meets, to thwart than any other individual, and great responsibility. The victory the will of the people and break he is one of the 'most indispensawas given by the people to the downfthe principles of Demo- ble individuals in the community. party chiefly on account of the cracy aa outlined in its platform, We are willing to tell him how to c promises made in its platform, for sinister and personal ends. invest his money, and after looking to the future welfare of Democrats should be on their making the investment, we frethe State. If the State issues, guard against the dangers that quently insist on snowing him which were so specifically set lurk about them and be prepared how to manage his business. forward in the platform, had not to overturn and destroy the Our interest in the matter is been adopted and made part of efforts which will be resorted to commendable, but we should not the Democratic faith there would make Democracy a reproach and forget that the man with money have been party defeat, instead its party principles as laid down is the prime factor in our t, of party victory. With this 'fact, in the platform a travesty upon and by no known prounquestionably in the minds of truth and sincerity. Elizabeth-tow- n cess of economics can we elimthe people, a great responsibility News. inate him from a transaction. rest upon the party to redeem We can propose, but he disits pledges. In the campaign finanWill Carry Out Platform Pledges. poses. We can submit our Democratic newspapers and the cial propositions for his consid the Democratic speakers dwelt eration, but the man with money upon the insincerity of Judge Cov.-eleJames B. McCreary passes final judgment, and from Edward O'Rear, the Republican has isued the Mowing state- his decision there is no appeal. candidate for Governor, and upon ment regarding his victory in He is the final judge. This may the failure of Governor Augustus Tuesday's election and his course be unfortunate and humiliating, E. Willson and President Taft to when he becomes Covernor of but it is nevertheless true, and carry out the pledges they had Kentucky. if .we are going to develop country made to the people. These issues "I am very gratiful to the we must first have a heart to above everything elsebrought to voters of Kentucky for the large heart talk with the man with the support of the Democratic majority given me for the high money. ticket thousands of voters and office of Governor. I consider 'I k v Lf r .. r if' - nation except Great Britain itself has made so much progress in naval development as has the United States. All this is very gratifying to every American citizen, especially to those who appreciate the utility of naval power in times of peace. As Capt. Maham has well said, the naval strength of any nation isolated as is the United States, is its best insurance against hostile demonstration from other nations. Emperor William recently remarked that the American navy was the greater factor in the mainte nance of the Monroe doctorine. A French publicist recently de. clared that modern history showed that nations best prepared for war best averted war. The utility of our great fleets, therefore, lies not so much in employment in actual fighting, as in preventing fighting, in the maintenance of peace. It is a factor that other nations care net to reckon with, and therefore conduces to security. Such being its influence, we are justified in our gratification and in our Womanly Wisdom. pride, and are warrented in the scored the signal triumph at the the majority given me and to the Most men and all women preWhile Sim Flinders has not polls of November the 7th. The satisfaction that we have of atfer to have a samall amount adother Democrats on the State Save all your coffee grouds rise taining to such high rank among anything else to do he thinks he ded to people turned against the Retheir bill for a meal in a ticket as an endorsement of the them and use them to sfuff pinhe will get a gimlet and the naval powers of the world. publicans because they did not restuarant and be relieved timetried and timehonored Demo- cushions. They will hold shape help the fisher worms find believe in their sincerity and bethereby, of the necesisty of tipcratic party and the principles indefinite and the pins push in Well, son, so you want to learn homes for the winter. cause they had betrayed the peo- for which has fought with easily. it to be an editor? You think it Poke Eazley has been rather ping the water. The tip is embarple by violating their promises rassing to the diner and too many courage and sincerity for so many When cake icing is too hard so would be such a fine thing to and their platform pledges. The years. busy this week at the task of try- of us do not know what to give, "mold public opinion;"-to- " help Democratic party in Kentucky The platform on which I asked that you can not spread it on, lift up the masses:" to write ing to drive a lot of bees into a We give too much or too little. cannot afford to be guilty of the the support of the voters of Ken- add a little watter, a drop at a choice puff s worth five dollars a brand sack. The tipping habit is growing very things for which it so tucky represents my view s on time. When it is too thin add paragraph, in return for twenty-fiv- e The Excelsior Band's fame to such an extent that it is sufficient powdered sugar, first cents, papercovered novels; can never become very lasting severely arraigned the Republi- public questions therein presentfast becoming a grand nuisance to tell the public that the man as the music evaporates about as cans. The responsibility of car- ed and I will earnestly endeavor rubbing out the lumps. The plan to do away with all rying out fully the platform to carry out its pledges with the When paring vegatables especi- your party has nominated is one fast as they make it. tipping is taking shape in the ally the humble tuber and odor- of God's noblemen, while the pledges, not only rests upon assistance of Miss Flutie Belcher is making hotels in Philadelphia and shoul the numbers of the ous onion,slip over the forefinger other fellow is a rascal from the every Democrat elected on the General Assembly. extensive preparations to go to be encourage. Frankfort News. State ticket, but upon every " I am in favor of progress im- of the right hand a kid finger cut crown of his head to the sole of Tickville Monday morning. Later member of the Legislature as provements and advancement-an-d from an old glove. It will save his foot? Balked At Cold Steel. She changed her mind and will the hand from an unsightly stain. Yes, yes, son, so it would! But well. Whatever may be the in "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot it will be my ambition to not go. off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, By inspecting the canned fruit don't you remember the Ayer's dividual opinion of any member make Kentucky the most progDock Hocks let his buggy get "although a horrible ulcer had been the of the Legislature upon any ressive State in the Union and occasionally thehousewife will be Almanac that used to hang in life for wet Wednesday evening and tires plagueT of my T?hflrlpn'5 four years. In- liaprJ able to save any that has begun grandpa's kitchen, up in New Amien Rnlvtv plank in the platform which is at I will endeavor to advance its inhave become so tight the horses and my f 00t was soon ComyIetely cured. variance with that platform, it terests in every line and try to to spoil by caref uly removing that Hampshire? And don't you reHeals burns, Boils, Sores, Bruises, can hardly pull it. which is tainted and cooking the member the poor chap that al should be surrendered to the dec bring prosperity Pimples, Corns. Pile cure. to the State and The postmaster haa purchased 2oc at Paull Drug Co. Surest laration of party faith. It would happiness to the people. To the rest over, recanning it as in the ways stood in the center of the a storm proof colfirst picture on the first page, a new hat and be an act of party disloyalty for start. chairmen and members of the lar. It is feared that he will We doubt if one instance in a any Democratic member of the Use worn-ou- t white stockings with the fish and the scorpins next get so hightone he won't Democratic Campaign Committee thousand can be found of a Legislature to oppose either difor wash rags. Cut away the and the sheep and the bulls and handle anything but first class young man's making shipwreck I present my sincere thanks for the twins around him? And don't rectly or indirectly the bills inof hopes and character who was the successful management of foot. Fold the top double and hem mail. troduced in conformity with the or overcast the edges. The edges you remember that he was naked accustomed to spenJ his eventhe campaign and 1 am thankful Jefferson Hotlock has gone to and that he had nothing in his ings at home reading good books; various planks in the platform. to' my associates on the ticket may pe bouud, and a strap fastRye Straw to enter his horse in and we say to any parent .that a stomach to speak of? As men have surrendered their and to the Democratic press of ened across the center to slip the a funeral procession that will a well stocked library and an Well, son, that poor fellow usindividual choice of candidates Kentucky and to the spearkers hand through, pass through that place Sunday. abundant supply of newspapers for office to accept the party from this and other States for To cook eggplant, cut into ed to edit a newspaper. Miss Constance Henstep of the and magazines, for your boy, is choice, it is just as incumbent slices half an inch thick and let thir valuable and splendid assisCalf Ribs community was a pop- worth more to keep him out of Keep the Dollar at Home. upon them to surrender individthem lie for an hour in saltrd tance. ular visitor in our midst last mischief, and to make a man of ual opinions upon issues and acwater to temove that bitter taste Ten years ago a Kansas farmer week. She was the guest at the him, than any other single influ"I am gratified to know that cept the party's pronouncement To fly put the slices in the frying put his initials on a dollar bill. this splended victory was won home of the Henstep family here ence at your command. as a binding obligation. If a without receiving contributions pan with a small quantity of The next" day he went to the and would have stayed a month or man refuses to vote and support from any corporations, lobbyists butter; turn when one side is nearest town and spent it with a two but she is only their Mothers sometimes forget that the candidate of his party, be- or other persons who might disire done. merchant. Before the year was cousin. the active and respective stake cause he preferred some other Have you tried 'baking eggs ? out, he had got the dollar bill or ask for any special privi-lidgin the nursery is The Dog mil preacner is cir- of child-lif- e man as the candidate, he is rewith butter, back. Four times in six years culating a petition asking that a never surpassed at a later period. am also Greas a baking-dis- h or iavors. I garded as a disloyal party man. pleased to believe that the vic- break the egg into it, cover with the dollar bill came back to him snpprise donation party be given The little one is taking impresup his individual If he sets tory in Kentucky is a forerunner cream. Add salt, pepper and a for produce, and three times he at any early date. sions every moment, acquiring opinion or even the opinion of a tablespoonful of butter. Set in a heard of it in the pockets of his of a 'great natonal Democratic Baz Barlow went squirrel hun- gentle habits or the opposite, majority of the people in his own victory to be achieved next year moderate oven a few minutes. neighbors. The last time he got ting this week but met with poor picking up words and sentences, county, against the accepted will election of a Democratic Length of time depends on it back was four years ago. He in the most of his experience surprising his elders by the facilof the majority of the party, as wnecner you HKe tnem sott or sent it to a mail order, house. success as President. in the shooting line has been ity with which he learns what laid down in its platform, he is From October Farm He has never seen that dollar gained at Saturday night parties they would rather he should not Journal. equally disloyal. since, and never Will. That, dol- and dancies. know. In the baby's home the Maine Certainly Dry. We trust and believe that the lar will never pay any more good or Our Naval Power. Atlas Peck discovers that he has foundation is laid for the .Democrats will meet the responschool or road tax for him, will develop- bad manners of the mature man. sibilities, conferred upon them There were assembled during not build or, brighten any of a large bump of caution The Governor of Maine and he engaged on by the people, by redeeming the past week two mighty fleets the homes for the community. ingthe his head since Rye Straw Saved Many From Death. big fight at in every pledge that has been made, his council have decided to ac of American warships, the one W. L. Mock, Ark., believes he has He sent it entirely out of the Saturday night. saved many lives in hi3 25 years of exin1 order that it cannot be said cept the corrections in the votes at New York, the other at Los circle of usefulness to himself Tobe Moseley has received perience in the drug business. "What victory was won under of four towns on the question of Angeles. In all, these fleets .that the he," he writes, 'is and his neighbors, Ex. t wrod that a relative of his died I always like to do King's New Discovialse pretense and so that Ken- repealing the. constitutional pro- comprised 106 fighitng .vessels, to recommend Dr. tucky may etay permanently in vision against the sale of liquor about one third -- o the, naval Goto it, Mr. Stanley. The of bad health on Gander creek a ery for weak, sore lungs, hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, la grippe, ago. the Democratic column. We in that State. On the face of strength . of the Nation. The newspapers of the country will few days caoup, asthma or other bronchial afEvery time Yam Simes sees a fection, for 1 feel sure that a number have rib reason to believe that the returns there was small demonstration led to many esti- hail you great if you can break coming up now he of my neighbors are alive and well toany Democratic member of the majority for the rspeml, r but mate our .naval .power, the the paper trust and let the news- wind storm day because- they took my advice to Ltgwlature will prove, recreant hides his mule. use it. I honestly believe its the beet' this action reverses .that result, most favorable of them placing paper owners get their print paLuke Mathewsla fell into his throat and taag medicine that's made." to hif.party obligation, but it k Maine will continue' dry. us third only to .Great Britain, per for what they-sel- l it, instead Get wU taoufh to make clrvin d-- and hog pen yesterday while ' feeding Easy to prove he's right. or $1 a trial Tfce election was held in Scih and possibly sfcond when based of .suffering a loss' on every free, or regular 50c bettit. bottle yimmti rtMODMbthtMt and ob-hogs. His wife was the first Gttaraneted fey Psxl Drag nit on'tbt numbsr of gunfralone. shastsokl. tiga&M wfckh iwto nfrott tho devel-opmen-- Democratic Responsibility. ct to discover the acident and turned the hogs out leaving Luke There is a brief sermon for there to sober up. Raz Barlow announces that he beautiful woman, as well as consolation for her plain sister, in a will go to Tickvill next Wednesbitter conclusion reached by Mrs. day to stand up with a bridal couple if he is not too tired. Ida Darling of Chicago. "A man tires of beauty as he According to Tode Moseley a does of a fancy vest," says Mrs. knot on a log is about the quietDarling, adding that a plain est thing there is. The editor of the Tickville Tidwoman has a far better chance of holding her husband's affec ings announces that if the price of licker continues to go up he tions than a balanced one. No woman possessing a bal- will have to take to writing temanced mind expects to retain her perance editorials. youthful face and figure inIssac Hellwanger had the good definitely. All the recipes and luck to come very , near finding rules for doing this are only tem- twenty-fiv- e cents in the road porary in their, effect a yesterday, it looked very much face she recognizes, even like one at a distance. if she does riot acknowl- SSim Flinders picked his two edge. The wis a woman seeking geese this week and claimed to contentment and that splendid have got sixteen pounds of feathcomradship which is the highest ers from them. This is a fine mark of happiness in married field- life, realizing that mixing brains The deputy constable has im with beauty is by far the best proved his personal appearance way to hold her own. grately with a new pair of pants But, after all, is the man who which he sized from s suspicious seeks only good looks in his wife looking person who passed worm marrying anyhow. through Hogwallow yesterday. Hogwallow Kenduckian. Hogwallow Doings Homely Wives and Happiness. Ii 'i 1 cf-o- - Ex-em- a, es well-don- e. -- -- - 31 .51 $ , w T7 y. ?r. '. '? (- ,- ; .! J, 1? : V V. f i v J5, -- j! , f v- - &5& ,.( f A. Si iii '. kC j'!r? f. 'I l--f t ''v THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS CALLED IN THE DOCTOR. HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. SAYINGS OF MARK TWAIN. I KING SOLOMON'S MINES. nuuuiuuiuuiuuiiuiuiuuuuitauiuuuuuiiuiiuiatim Then He and the Patient Found They Were Two of a Kind. la the Metropolitan theater the bouse physician has a seat given him for each performance. He is supposed to be there every evening. Naturally there comes a time when the play begins to pall on him. One evening not long ago the stage manager of a local playhouse rushed down the aisle to the doctor's seat and whispered: "Come back at once. The leading lady has had an attack." In the lady's dressing room all was confusion. "What'll we do, doc?" cried the stage manager. "Have you poured water on her head?" "Yes, a whole bucket, out of the one that says 'Not to be used except in case of Gre.'" "Then don't pour any more. I fear you have made a fatal mistake. Run out to the drug store and get this filled." When they had run out the lady opened her eyes. "Doc," she gasped, "you're a good fellow, ain't you? I know you know there's nothing the matter with me. 1 want a day off, and I don't want to go on in this act. Can you fix it?" "I sure can," he answered, wringing her hand sympathetically. "I ain't a doctor. I came in on bis ticket. We'll fix it" Cleveland Plain Dealer. As Scipio Was to Hannibal So Was ARMLESS PAINTERS. Remarkable Miniatures. Miss Sarah Biffen was a conspicuous example of the skill which armless people sometimes acquire in spite of their affliction. She was miniature painter to Queen Victoria, and her work was widely known for its beauty and delicacy. She was born without arms, but as a girl, having a great wish to become an artist, she worked earnestly for years until she could paint by holding the brush In her teeth. In 1821, according to the Raja Yoga Messenger, the judges, without any knowledge of the means she was compelled to her the gold medal of the Society of Arts, a prize sought by hundreds of others. M. de Mentholon and Bertram Hiles were other artists who were deprived of the use o their arms. The former had only one foot, which be used to use,-awarde- Sarah Biffen, For Instance, Who Made Wellington to Napoleon. There Is probably no more remarkable historical parallel than that exhibited by the career of Scipio the hero of the second Punic war. and the Duke of Wellington, the conqueror of Napoleon. Each was descended from an ancient and noble family. Each was the second greatest soldier of bis age, pitted in a life and death struggle against the greatest As Scipio was to Hannibal so wa Wellington to Napoleon. Hannibal threatened the very existence of Rome; Napoleon was on a fair way to become the master 9f Europe. Again, Spain was the center of the most splendid achievements of both commanders. The victories of Scipio In Spain are too well known to need recapitulation, and Wellington's tri- umphs in the peninsular war form one of the commonplaces of history. Neither of these great generals met until the final and his decisive battles Zama and Waterloo respectively. And the result of both battles was exile to the defeated chiefs. Hannibal retired to Ephesus; Napoleon was deported to St. Helena. But the parallel does not end here. Both Scipio and Wellington exchanged a military for a political career. And here the same fate pursued them. Scipio incurred the enmity of the Roman senate; Wellington gained the hostility of the London populace. And here follows the most remarkable feature of the parallel drawn between these two great men. Seventeen years elapsed from the battle of Zama seventeen years to the very day when the great Scipio was tried on a question of bribery. He was not slow in his defense to remind his judges that on that day he had saved the republic. Seventeen years elapsed from the battle of Waterlooseventeen years to the very day when the great Wellington had to take refuge from the attack of a London mob, angered on account of his opposition to the parliament reform bill. The only point in which the parallel falls is this: Scipio died outside his beloved city of Rome; Wellington has his monument in St Paul's cathedral, London. But the parallel between the careers of these two extraordinary men remains as one of the curiosities of history. Youth's Companion. Afri-canu- s, arch-adversar- y Bright Thinf s That Are Rarely Cred- ited to the Humorist, There has been complaint that every good story gets accredited to Mark Twain without his having really deserved it, but Professor Archibald Henderson in his book "Mark Twain" points out that actually many of the best known common sayings first created by Mark Twain are very rarely His sayings in credited to him. "Pudd'nhead Wilson's Calendar," such as "the cauliflower is nothing but cab- bage with a college education" are generally known as writtenthy Mark which Twain, but there are others this is not true". Some of his best sayings are apropos of the cheerful custom of lying for Instance: "Truth is our most valuable possession. Let us economize it." "Never tell a He except for practice" is not so well known as the more popu iar "When in doubt tell the ' truth." Professor Henderson comments that of the latter maxim Mark Twain declared that he never expected it to be applied to .himself. It was for other people. When he was in doubt himself he used sagacity. Perhaps his best summary is: "Never waste a lie! You can't tell when you may need it." A catchword emanating from Mark Twain is, "Be virtuous and you will be eccentric." Another Is that "there isn't a parallel of latitude but thinks it would have been the equator if it had had its rights." There is something peculiarly American In his warning to girls not to marry that Is, not to excess. To Professor Henderson Mark Twain made a remark likely to rank with the best of his sayings now that it has been published. Professor Henderson was advised before undergoing a surgical operation, "Console yourself with the reflection that you aro giving the doctor pleasure and that he is getting paid for it." Of the hundreds of Twain sayings none is better known than one often attributed to Andrew Carnegie, "Put all your eggs in one basket and then They May Have Been the Ancient Geld Workings at Rhodesia. Rhodesia, that province of British Africa lying between the Zambezi and the Limpopo rivers, has considerable deposits of gofd. The ancients mined and carried away enormous quantities of the precious metal, but under the scientific mining systems of the present day their operations will be greatly surpassed. It has been thought that Rhodesia was tue ancient land of Ophir, the land of the mysterious "King Solomon's mines," but this theory is strongly combated by some investigators. The ancient gold workings are the basis of modern workings. For every ten square miles of Rhodesia, it is stated, there was one ancient mine that Is, there are 75,000 old workings which means that a stupendous wealth was dug out of the earth before the days of Cecil Rhodes. Much 'of this wealth must have gone to the north and east It was probably wrought into the crown of the Queen of Sheba and filled the coffers of Solomon. The ancient smelting furnaces are said still to be of easy recognition. They are sunk into the "floor." The furnace blowpipes are made of the finest granite powder cement, and the nozzles of the blowpipes are covered with splashes of gold. The linings of the holes are covered with specks of gold. When the first lining became worn by the heat a fresh lining of cement of an excellent quality, which has outlasted time, was smeared round on top of the old lining. It is said that one can take an old lining, split off the layers with a knife and find gold splashes in abundance. The tools of the ancient workers which have so far been discovered include a small soapstone hammer and burnishing stones of water worn rock, to which gold still adheres. There are evidences that the ancients carried on an extensive industry In the manufacture of gold ornaments and utensils. NORMANDY I Woodson Lewis I j The great Green River Merchan- - r dise Distributor, has just Received a If 2 Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - f H H :2 Which he ing, Shoes is offering &c E: at Popular prices. H 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. $6.25 4.75 4.25 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl watch that basket" MAKING NUGGETS. Second Pat. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It wilfpay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy yourJFertilizer from me andfyou will always know what you bought. I SHOT. Greenland Is Green. Mr. Hiles lost both his arms in an When you were a boy you used to accident, being run over by a street sing "On Greenland's Icy Mountain" car when be was only eight years old well, the country is simply a vast nest and when be was just beginning to ac- of green mountains, covered with quire skill In drawing. He spent two snow, ice and glaciers. These are years in patient toil learning to draw known as live and dead glaciers. The b holding the pencil in his teeth, at dead glaciers are a mass of snow and the end of which time he won a first ice which have accumulated between class certificate from a local art school. gorges for a million years or more and have become so condensed that you An Antidote Handy. could not penetrate the mass except The woman was the author of a cook- by a steel drill. The live jJaciers are book that had been published at her those that break off and fall into the request with wide margins and occa- waters and become floating masses of sional blank pages for notes and ad- ice, often inflicting damage to ships. ditional recipes. Often she had ex- Where the sun can strike a spot the pressed a wish to see an old copy of trees, which are of a dense growth but the book and find out to what use the small, wear the most beautiful green. Atlanta Constitution. blank spaces had been put One day In a secondhand bookstore her unearthed an old volume. NoDidn't Think It Was Permissible. ticing that it had been annotated free"I think," said Mrs. Oldcastle, "that ly, be bought It After a day or two our minister Is going too far. Did you be said: hear his "sermon last Suuday?" "How about the notes in that cook"Yes," replied her hostess as she book? Were they interesting?" finished sealing a letter to her "No," she said curtly; "they didn't daughter, the Duchess of Ramshead. amount to anything." "Both me and Jo.iah put in fifty dollar When he got a chance he looked bills when the contribution was takthrough the book himself. Every note en." the book contained was a remedy for "I don't like the habit be has fallen dyspepsia and stomach trouble. New into of anathematizing the rich." York Times, "Mercy! I hadn't heard about him doin' that I didn't think anybody was allowed to anathematize people unless A Regular Sherlock Holmes. Under the caption "A Triumph of they had appendlctis or somethin'." Sense" "Jugend" tells this story: "In Chicago Record-Heralthe lower court of a small town in Saxony William had served faithfully Holy Land's. The Holy Land is a term used, espeand well as attendant to the presiding judge for many years without ever cially by Christians, to designate Palhaving received any reward aside from estine as being the scene of the birth, his legal stipend. On the day of ad- ministry and death of Christ, but also journment for the season, when vis- employed by other religious sects to itors had retired, the judge, who was describe the places sacred to them also about to leave, asked, 'William, from association. Thus the Mohamdo you smoke? Seeing a square box medans speak of Mecca as the Holy under the judge's arm, he answered Land, it being the birthplace of Mo'1 hammed. The Chinese Buddhists call respectfully. 'Yes. your honor.' knew it by the smell of your coat,' India the Holy Land because the said the judge as he walked out" founder of their religion was born there, while the Greeks bestow this same, title "on Ells, where was situated First Title of "Vanity Fair." Brighton. England, holds memories the temple of Olympian Zeus. , of Thackeray. It was while staying at the Old Ship that be commenced a Cause of Her Haste. novel which was to be called "Pencil "Could you wait on me .before the Sketches of English Society." One others?" asked the woman In the drug night as he was lying in bed a better store. "I am in a great hurry." The title suddenly occurred to him. drug clerk complied and filled her "I jumped out of bed," he told Miss prescription immediately. "Thank you Perry afterward, "and ran three times so much," she said. "I am afraid that round my room, uttering as I went Fldo will awake before I return and 'Vanity Fair,' 'Vanity Fair, 'Vanity miss me." Buffalo Express. Fair.' " ' On the Farm. Protection. "One could easily guess those city 'I understand that you don't speak children had a financier for a father." to your neighbors." "Why?" "Not any more than necessary," re"Because they are either In the barnplied Mr. Groucher. "Of course they yard speculating about the stock or tre fine neighbors, but we also have gamboling in the wheat and corn." l fine cook, and we don't care to have Baltimore American. them get acquainted with her." Washington Star. - A Test of Patience. She But how am J. to know you will be patient and forbearing when we're Recompense. Passay You have, saved my married? He I can put a fourteen and Miss life, young man. How can 1 repay a half siandup collar on a No. 15 shirt you? How can I show my gratitude? without saying a word. Variety Life. Are you married? Young Man Yes; Unconstitutional. come and be a cook for us. Woman's Mrs. Pinhead You said before we Home Companion. were married that my word should be law. Mr. Pinhead That was before Chilly. L ebergs ob yoar way I foBBd out that the law was Hlfc Philadelphia Bulletin. bus-ban- d d. paint with. The Tower Process Used Only For the Smaller Sizes. The tower process of making shot was invented by William Watts, a plumber of Bristol, England, in 1769. His tower was "built" by sawing a square hole in the center of the various floors of his house and locating a well in the cellar, into which the globules of molten lead dropped and were Instantly cooled and hardened. Watts secured a patent in 1782 and sold his London rights in 1800 for S48.GG5. His tower Is still in use, although it has been heightened by the addition of several stories. The lead when molten receptacle is poured into a sieve-lik- e at the top of the tower, and these molten drops, falling into the well, 120 feet below, form the shot, which are then passed through a polishing grader. They are then spilled from a hopper on to an inclined plane, the perfect shot running on a second plane, while the imperfect drop through an opening between. The shot pass over four series of planes, and only the perfect reach the last plane. A larger size than BBB cannot be made by this process. The larger sizes, including shrapnel, are made by two different processes. In the medium size a wire of the proper material Is fed into a machine which mashes it into a ribbon shape and punches irregular formed shot The largest are made by pouring the metal into long bullet molds, which, in cooling, form irregular shot The various sizes are then placed, each by itself, in gins, which are revolved for six hours, when the shot come out perfectly smooth spheres. Boston Globe. " . Quaker Cemetery In Prospect Park. There is a Quaker cemetery in ProsDect Dark west. Brooklyn. The cemetery is much older than the park, and when the park was organized it was done with that the Friends' buryground was not to be disturbed. The pact will probably always be kept The cemetery covers several acres say, from eight to ten and is beautifully situated on one of the most commanding hills in the park. It is still used for burial purposes. New York American. Stones That Find Their Way Into the Mouths of Many People. is a far cry from "the lonely It stretches of the wave kissed shore" to false teeth, but by unexpected paths we often descend abruptly from the sublime to the utilitarian. Many a man calmly chewing an indestrucible steak in America little dreams that the picturesque coast of Normandy has been sacrificed to provide him with molars. Such is the painful fact, however. If you walk along the southern shore of the English channel between Dieppe and Havre you will see men and boys searching for stones of a certain size and shape from a varied collection of rocks which form the beach. These are put into sacks and shipped to America, where they are converted into porcelain. The industry for such is the term used to designate this invigorating occupationhas grown to considerable proportions in the past few years. Its simplicity is perhaps its greatest charm. Having once learned the kind of stone you are looking for, all that is required of you is to pick it up. If you do this steadily and uncomplainingly for several hours you will be sure to fill a sack. Then all you have to do is to fling it jauntily over your shoulder, run across the bowlders to the superintendent and demand 1 franc. . With this wealth in your pocket you can then sit down and look dreamily over the water while you allow your imagination full play. You seem to see the stones after a long voyage across the Atlantic being slowly rescued from their rude state. Bit by bit they are dragged from their primitive nothingness up to the heights of twentieth century porcelain. They are then shaped, polished, mounted on a Kuid pivot but why go into it? It is too painful. Minneapolis Bellman. Riddle of Gravitation. Nearly 250 years ago one of the greatest intellects connected with science turned his attention to gravitation. In that 250 years physical science has made rapid advances. A boy who has completed a year's work in elementary physics could entertain Newton in electricity were it possible for the great philosopher to return to earth.. After learning of the great progress in electricity I can imagine him In his eager desire for knowledge turning to the boy and expecting some light on gravitation. Alas, not only the high school boy, but not even the most learned, can give any definite information on gravitation. The problem is about where Newton left It Popular Science Monthly. Have a Full Stock of Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. Iwill buy all your crop of wheat'and pay cash for it, am now 'paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS (3REENSBURG, KY. l?!!1!mi!!1!!l!H!!!!!!niH!!!lt!!t!i!mmi!miK Love The Country Life. "I am not able to understand how a man could prefer the city, " uncon-Itltutkma- Twice Convicted. Another lawyer's story arrives. We are told that a. man was charged with picking a pocket the other day and that when arraigned he pleaded guilty. The case went to the jury, however, and the verdict was not guilty. And the court spoke as follows: "You don't leave this court without a stain on your character. By your own confession you are a thief. By Deserted at the End. the verdict of the jury you are a liar." William the Conqueror was a man of Cleveland Plain Dealer. very gross habit of body and at the siege of Mantes was hurt by the rear-ba- g A Duty. of bis horse, the pommel of the "Look here, Ben, what did you shoot saddle striking the king in the abdoat me fer? I ain't got no quarrel with men and causing injuries from which you..' he died in a few days. Before- his "You had a feud with Jim Wombat,' death he was deserted by all his at didn't ye?" tendants, who stole and carried off "I did, but Jim's dead." even the coverings of the bed on which "I'm hjs executor." Lippincott's. he lay. The body remained, on the floor of the room in which the king died for two days before it was buried by charBright Side. The "Let us look on the bright side of itable monks from a, neighboring monthings. Nothing is ever as bad as It astery. taight be." "You're right Take the coats that A Vague Impression. (vomen wear, for'mstance. They might "What Is your, idea of the character be made to button down the back." otXady Macbeth?" ChicagoRecord-Herald. "Really," replied Mrs. Cumrox, "there to so much, ,gbfieijabot people conducted with the stage that one scarce. Quite Centrary; Gibbs Your wife seems to be, a coa- - ly knows "what to baUere." Washing-to- a v 1 trary sort Bibbe-Coatrarask-ker-t- it us tried te Urt was ob bear." ! No man really eajoyed Aping ievfl .lace Go made, the werKL Raetfia. o Why, wfeeacTer I iarm y stockings she .knits her brows. Boete TraiM.agft. Star. It - ; 4xWP5l consists la. the power, of self -- Bnwrsotf. Mim V' . --fa with its bitter strifes, its narrow jealousies, its tumults and its passions, over the farm where the springs and streams, the fields land pastures, the wood- lands and meadows sneak to us in a ravishing language and bring us close to the great throb- - j oc"dU" "a"c ing heart of nature, There I How few, comparatively, of I would be glad to spend my days, young people of the present and far from the maddening the crowd's ignoble strife, pursue day, appreciate as they should those studies which elevate the the inestimable privileges they mind and purify the ambition, enjoy. Surrounded as are the I could live forever at peace young in all cities and most among its heards and flocks and towns, with all the opportunities horses.' I love its cattle which necessary for the cultivation of a. supply the human race with meat and drink, I love its sheep, literary taste, not one in a thouswhose flesh gives strength and and appear to improve these whose fleece gives comfort to golden chances. Occasionally it . the family of men; and above all is true we meet with a young. its cattle and sheep. I love its man or woman who firmly1 horses, for they are man's beat the idea that "knowledge is pofriend and servant As he walks' wer' but these, unfortunately, with steady tread between the are the exceptions, not the rule! furrows, helpinghw master to Galesburg, IH. Harry Nelson, produce .the cotton and the corn which clotnea and feedr the eighteen years old, died in the world, as through the days and hospital here from loss of blood yemra he draws his tardea in our cMed by a guashot woea. towns and cities, patiently per-- Wia Hunting the boy was ast yflPr oodirsf!ref com-- accidentally by an oIdr bretfctr. I merce: on thfc field of battle where, with flashing eyes and foaming sides he bears his martial rider to'victory or death; and on the race course, where with distended nostril and quiv eringinerveUhe struggles with his his kind for the supremacy in stamina and speed; at all times and in all places the horse is the nobelest of God's dumb creatures X. grj . A . .x - ,4j?'$1' , A&4-- H k r ', '"sVrf H -- V & X ( :& Zr H . -- 'jf r. .A y-- 7 ' LL rA'jm - J. ' . lit .Tf4L! i '. l ?.& j.y'v i j h,?r .,: ' -- t y ji . s ,-- - ,TZ "V " .'i--- .: - "- yii! J ""W y5-4- - ,, s . &jc43if-- : THEfADAlR,COUNT I! NEWS - He also Jameson Jonesrfor-$150- . sold a lot to Mr. Dolphus" Bryant SALT FOITSALE. itpublished Every Wednesday Mr. Eastridge", fell from a loaded.wagon; passing oyer his BY TIE ! I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, legs, braking one of them. He &r Adair County News Company, 'which cost only 15 cents more than the is reported getting along all 0. ( Incorporated.) j h bushel barrel which you buy else ADAIR GOUIITY HEWS Additional Locals. i tC(T K?E? - MAKE YOUR FARM YIELD Bumper Crops thoroughly understand the requirements and nature of the soil. Study your soil; than use'fertilizer in the proper quantities. DonX waste it. Make every ounce count; but you can't do this unless you use a Manure Spreader; because when spread by hand, there is a tendency to uneven spreading and either under on oyer fertilization' The surest way to make your farm yield bumper crops is to &: CHAS- - S. HARRIS- - where. 33-- 3t Sam Lewis. . K. EDITOR. - Democratic newspaper devoted wrest of the City of Columbia jind Adair and adjacent counties, Post-ofll- Entered at the Columbia class mall matter. ce There is more land fof sale in i Mr. William Powell, who left this this section than ever was known to the ln- - county thirty years ago, and who lives the people in Carroll county, Mo., returned to to the writer and but little selColumbia Saturday night. He was ling owing tojhigh prices, reared"near Joppa. Now the people of the Neats-vill- e d as You can get fried oysters, oyster section, have got abridge 1 sec-a- a-cr- jrm, roadB, NOV., 82. 1911, soup, J oysters raw, hot coffee, pickles, crackers, all for the price at the Courthouse Thursday night the 23rd of Nov. Court-hous- thefriver2 at that place, One of the most important measures to come before the next Legislature is that of good . Montgoiney. Wantdd: one boy to pay board and The trial of fRev. C. V. T. tuition at L. W. T..S., by work. TesPurpose of this meeting, J. .A. timonials of good character required. Richeson, charged with murderRichards, R. B. Reeves. ing Miss AvisfLinnell, will beThanksgiving talk, Robert gin at Boston, Mass., January Persons who want to hunt on aman.s Bailey, N. G. White. 15, 1912. Henry Clay Beattie, a farm should ask permission.' Nearly, all :Sermon,Rev. Nathan Murrell, , wife murderer, will be electro- lands' are posted, r v Noon l:30!p. m. cuted in Virginia, on the 24th of Fresh oysters atThe night this month. It is believed that Thursday all gone.fromjhalf past .6 until Devotional exercise, L. C. they are t Young. he killed his wife in order that exhibit of fine "I never Quartet, A- - J. Combest, Anhe might marry another woman. corn," was saw such an many last Satheard from derson Murrell, Loren Kell, Maurday. Six jurors have been acceptbel Murrell. ed in the McNamara trial which A Jersey cow, two years old, fresh The intention of the Bible December 1st, for sale. was begun in Los JAngeles, Cal., Dr. W. F. Cortwright. School, H. A. Murrell, P. P.BryOctober 11th. It looks now like , i I will indict persons found hunting on ant. the jury will not be completed my premises without permission. The benefits of the Bibl w.f. Squires. by the first of j the year. The' . school, L. C. Young, T, P. Dunman turn ara nViarrrail ' Ladies, men's and children's sweaters bar. W. L. Walker. with blowing up the Los Angelas 25 add 50c eaeh. Select Reading, Etta B. BryTimes' building, killing a numYou missed a rare treat if you missed ant, Love Richard. ber of men. the corn contest exhibit last Saturday. Why children should be in SunMillinery at reduced prices remainder, The Board ofJIControl which, of week. Hunn& Dehoney. . day school, FlossiefCalhoun, Sus,metin Owensboro last Monday ie Murrell. Knifley. week, advanced the price of toReading, Lander Bryant, Mrsl bacco one cent a!pound. The toMary White. Oh what a glorious place to bacco in thelhands of the Green live this old commonwealth' of ; The Bible school, Its obliga- River Association will bring Kentucky, everybody is Demo - tion to tho community, Albert $200,000 more than it did last Bryant, Irvin Blair. 3-- 3t Bothrparties are pledged to give aid. In our judgment a State tax for this'purpose should he collected tandS equitable divisions made. Thislwould stimulate the good roads movement in many counties thatjihave never made an effort to build good roads. We do not believe in givingState aid to any county that will not meet reasonable requirements from the State, but we do be-- " lieve in Stateai(lJfor every county that will do a reasonable part. they shoulditake more interest Don't forget the oystereupper Thurs- in the public roadsin that section e from half as Some of them are in a fearday night at the past 6 until they are all gone. Menue ful condtiqn. on the tables. A Mr. Ellis, oftfampbellsville, Mr. W. E. Morgan, BUrksville, has sunk several wells in this bought Mr.R.F.Rowe's farm at Con- section for'different parties. Cumberlaud county. Aman-dayille, sideration, $10,500. Our stores and groceries are being filled with goods suitable for Christmas presents, and selections are already be ing made. Program. Of the Union Sundsy school meeting which will convene with the Clearspringlchurch, Thurs30th 10 a. m service, A. J. Combest. Drug Co. Devotional exercise, P. t M. R. H. Price, a corn grower beyond Bryant. doubt, was called on to undo a dead Quartet, by George Blair. lock in a decision, and he did it in a' few W. C. Bryant Mrs. Polly Buf-for- d minutes. When you have a bilious attack give day Nov, Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They Praise For sale by Paull are excellant. Ten loads of manure spread with a CORN KlNGFspreader will do the work of twenty spread by hand. It will thus double the value of your manure and return a 100 per cent dividend. Do you believe in conservation? Come in and seeouriCORN KING Spreader We have the size to suit your requirements. Si w Reed Hardware Co., S and say that although the roads are far from pikes, they are not as bad as those of some other conimuni-tie- s they have visited. Walter Bennett, Fairplay, was here last Wednesday. Tom Janes and family have removed from SparXsville, to the new house Mr. Janes has recently erected on the farm of A. M Petty. community, cm Court-hous- e S. N. HANCOCK WATCH MAKER andJJEWELER OPTICIAN My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction Office in I rr J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store and Melvin Petty have purchased a new grist mill, and are installing it near the store of Melvin Petty. They hope to be ready to Manufacture all the corn meal needed by their neighbors, by the middle of next week. Miss Bessie Epperson visited relatives here last Saturday and A. M. Messrs. Sandusky & Co. -- Wholesale and Retail LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors andJBIind-s Columbia, Kentucky. Sunday. Abituary, year if this raise stands. Mrs. Elizabeth Helm who was born and reared in the Glensfork neighborhood, died Oct., 18 19ll. She was the daughter of RvJ William Blair. Sshe was married to William H. Helm Sept, 8.1864 and to' the union five children! were born. Mrs. Lucy Redraor and Miss Laura Helm deceased! Mr. G. C. Russell & Co., openMrs. Lela Johnson and Messrs The banquet to the successful ed their new stock of goods at Loren Kieth for $60. He then badly. George and John Helm. candidates for State offices, giv- the foot of Egypt Hill last week. bought a yoke of calves from She was a devoted member Mrs. J. D. Hays is on the sick en in Louisville, last Wednesday Mrs. Dulworth mother of Mrs. same party for $50. the United Brethern Church ari list at this writing. night, was a highly enjoyable af- G, R. Eeese, is very sick at this was a most excellent christian Mr. Creed Stotts, of Bliss, Mrs. Mollie Bryant died at her woman, a kind and loving wii fair. All the newly elected as- time. visited relatives here last Saturpirants put in an appearance. home last Tuesday forenoon and mother. She was a favorit Our pike from here to Wilson's day and Sunday... . about 9:30 o'clock. She leaves to both youu: and old. To kno creek, has been finished and is Early in next year the PresielecWell, one of the quietest behind two sons, four daughters her was to love her. Funei now miproving that part first dential and Congressional camtions since I can remember, has and many friends to mourn her services were conducted by Re built. G. R- Abrel and interment wt paigns will open, and from the passed, and we are certainly loss. She has been a member of in the family burving ground. Mr. W. J. Bottom, will move time the canvass starts until the proud of the old time' victory. the Christian Church about twenty-f- A loving mother from us is gone, it to III., in the near future. i Dlrio. A voice we loved is still November election, we will hear The Republicans have been claim- ive years. The funeral serv A place is vacant in our home, Aff Chandler, will soon finish L nothing but politics. ing Elroy precinct on a straight ices were conducted by Rev. That never can be filled. sawing at G. G. Jeffries. J. W. McClister has been very by about 50, but the recent Nathan Murrell, and her remains e, sick fory the past few days, with vote It is now charged that Mr. Mr. Henry Collins, of election proved that they were were interred m tne ,iinder bought several head of a complication of diseases. He Q. P. SMYTHE Roosevelt is sending out feeders mistaken. I don't suppose there graveyard. for the third term. The people cattle in this section last week. is still in a very critical condifor was a nenny spent on either Mr. Howard Leach had the "will not elect a man to the PresiMr. Owen Hendrickson and tion. side, and yet the Democrats carFIREIINSURANCE misfortune to lose a good mule a' dency who has heretofore served family, of Casey Co., visited at Mrs. Georgia. Collins, Fair,-plaried the precinct in every race few days ago. and W. P.Dillingham's jast Saturday two terms. is visiting her , brother, except Governor, and in that the vv&sws Mr. Thomas Powell, of this a and Sunday. real;estate Walter Jahes;of: this place, ,this O'Rear's majority was just one. t Ifistitutes-arFarmers' inot giv-I:. W; neighborhood, and Mr. D. M. s, is sawing week. Mr. Melvih c:' rf iy. Our friend j. James larnett, ran i.Heiarnjera k' i l wi r jug, bauBiawumu; i" it.v .'--the;Jas. Humphrey timber for Post office inspectors' werem fcl r" Grider, of Roy, have exchanged tr .Way ahead, ofr everything, reBalked At Cold Steel. t .; sauaya Lais ceiving 14T v'6tes to his oppo- farms, and are moving. 9b&j&&sz. j ' ..i im. tnis communy.aiytrai i.:-e i.:.'"i."'. j.oBiuii.vBb .ivauLnimjiiiALBii "I. wouldn't let a doctor cut my '.. rig parties will weeK;in9pectirig ppsteffices'and M$?-off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, 117. This shows that Ces.. Phone. 53' I. Office Phone 194 factory in Mr.'; 'measuringpTdaQa.secur-- j nent's "although a horrible ulcer had be party prejudice is dying out in IW. t. plagne of ray life for four years ,.,i Italy wants ine Powers to in-- gMy'sT)raksmith shop. at ingbidsrfocarryingf the mails' community h ana" ,dur good stead X used Bbcktens Arnica this s terrene and bring. Turkey to Roley iti the, near," future. four years. They; people will vote for .a good rain for tlfe next aaimyfoot waaaoon comyletelj ' Deriiist. JffO Heals buruJBore8, Bruia terms, the bases of settlement Mr. B.W. Tucker, sold hiaJ found every thing all' right with regardless of the. device under - Kj Surest VI Columbia, tf$b ; giving Italy all the cream. house ,and lot ,inv this place, to 'the variouspost offices in f this which his name appears. V 35c ' "yt RasMiCBaiMiii t III Wb .y "s.,-v -"T crats. The health of this section is A number of Adair county generaly very good. Democrats say they will be in Mr. "Burr Gilpin was to see Frankfort on the 12th of next our merchantsTone day last week. month, the day Senator McCrea-r- y An excess of rain prevails here will be inaugurated for the following the drouth, very little second time Governor of this corn has been cribbed up' to, this ' State. time. Messrs. George and Sid Delk Quartet, R. O. Cabell. W. C. and their frmilies, who have Craycraft. Bryant, Irvin Blair, Myrtle Com- peen making their homes here for the past year, removed to There was an auction at D. L. best. Wilson's store, last Saturday, and Concluding address, P. M. Cumberland county, last Wed- goods went cheap. There is nesday. Bryant. much sickness in this neighbor Song, God be with you Till we Claude Stotts has removed to hood. Meet again. the house recently vacated by Miss Patsy Montgomery was Allen Wooten. Benediction. L--. 0. Young. thrown from a horse last TuesJ. C. Royse sold a mule colt to day, the 14th, being hurt very irs0m4 - -- ! Camp-bellsvill- y, e ' "f TL H-- 'WW mvj, 'ic ; zlMk-- r- , : tCIti(Ui:-c0&n1cliarifectiiit- -- . ri. . iiiJWV. ti,-, t" YZ.'J!2: 'Vme;entwBriB i"3 .T : . . .1 y. K Dp. . ,A. Smith -- ema,-PiasaBL- W v - -- rit- l. fcfc . ' '.'i. f, s - Plf tr.4:', ja nry '. 1 t 'J T " v,V T.-lil u.. r-'i- - ..- MiI '- -' ,S lT" WV r - jfc rS - , !JW, 7LVi THEJADAIR COUNTY NEWS TTr-irjrJ- O lays in Louisville. lJ0hl jr iuuu to local support I for The times "''ft P .'''this their prosperity. authority, andstates any with abundant . disputes it can .JJ; ' body who disbelieves, or Mr. J 0. Russell is on the sick list. iby" i2f&sHetIon' "nu uut WMJ Mr, Allen Walker is spending a few factsjfor msK?lv ' J -- y. yj y-- y j j-- y - I HMVI W capital, XjH Jm IaxaI Jkula.u.A ie jucsi eNberpf uw, aytiuucu -and-looki- Vk- r -- mm JB . $g$g mv-y,vc- ect for ' truthWjustlceHt el1- Ugh - I S Mrs. W. M. Wilson, was quite sick a tfco farmora xahn are moat VltK..tf J"" terested, to bear this in mind. lay or two ofjlast week. Neither do these loose leaf houses 82 Mrs. J. L. McLean, was qnite sick pretend to control prices. They could several days of last week. not. if they would, and would not if Mr. Charles Duncan, of Paris, Ky., they could, for this would invariably y. was here a few days ago. array either the buyer or seller against Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw, was quite sick them in the end probably both, resulting eventually in their own destruction. a few days of last week. Whether prices are low or high, they Mr. J. E. Snow and; Sam Thomas, are not the making of the warehouses, and they should not' beheld responsiRussell Springs, were here Friday. ble. Their sole purpose is to sell the Miss Amanda Butler, will visit Mrs. tobacco intrusted to them at the best L. C. Hurt, in Louisville, this week. prices obtainable, tolcollect their fees Hood, i3 a victim of pneu- for their sales, and to see that the Mrs. Lizzie monia, and was very sick last week. producer gets his payfifor his tobacco. buys) eighty per cenft, Dr- - Robt. I. Blakeman and family, The tobacco trust of the Burley crop, and the dark pool Indianapolis, are jvisiting relatives in controls the dark tobacco output. Columbia. These two agencies absolutely dominate Mrs. W. L. Wilson Cane Valley. nrices. and a careful investigation of and Allie Oderwaltj of Spurlingtqn, j the of the Louisville warevisitad the News Monday. houses, and the Glasgow loose leaf Mr. Roll in Hurt and Tim Cravens, houses for the pastjseason wj!l convince returned from the Liberty circuit court any unprejudiced mind that tobacco sold higher on the Glasgow market, last Sunday afternoon. grade for grade andjpound for pound, Mr. G. R. Holt. Campbellsville, was than in Louisville duriner the past sea--. here a few days of last week, in the in- son. No further proof of this is needed terest of Singer Sewing Machine Co. than that at leastl two speculators, Miss Elma Page, who has been visit- whose names theJiTimes can give, ing relatives m Indianapolis, returned bought their tobacco in the' country last to Columbia the first of last week. year, and sold inJLouisville. This year, on the Glasgow market. Mr. Geo. R. Miller and his nephew, they will sell The editor of theJTimes himself, who Edgar Reed, went to Louisville Friday, was the proud possessor of a shirt-tai- l the latter to remain a week or ten days. full of tobacco lastseason, watched the LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Messrs. A. G. Norris, W. R. Lyon, Louisville andJGIasgow markets through T. W. Taylor, Hugh Noe, J.Q.Alexand- all the fall and winter of 1910, and er, all traveling men, were here a few finally sold in Glasgow by preference Latest Quotations on Live Stock days ago. It is a conceded fact by all tobacco men Mr. Frank Penny cuff, who has been tbat the Glasgow market outsold the CATTLE living in Whitewright, Texas, for the Louisville market last season. It is $5.255.50 to state that these same conditions Shipping steer.. past ten months, returned to Columbia fair 4.755.50 apply to all the loose leaf markets in Beef steers. last Saturday: 4754.85 Fat heifers and cows Mrs. Amanda Wallace, who has been the State. As to the costs of selling this crop, Cutters '.'. v2.5o3.75 with her son, John, in Oklahoma, for conthe past two years, returned to Adair facts and figures will at once carryGlas- Canners i .... 1.252.50 viction of the advantages of the county last week. 7 ..;:.:..' . 3. 754 00 Bulls d gow market to any man. Mr. Pascal Willis, son of Anthony In selling in aJGlasgow loose leaf house, Feeders 4.505.00 ..... Willis, who has been in Carroll county, the farmer avoids all costs of hogs. 3.004.05 Mo., for several years, returned home heads, cost of prizing, cost of freights Stackers.'.... 30.00-42.milch .cows. Choice last Saturday. and drayage, cost of insurance and Common to fair, cows . . . 10. 0. 00 Messrs. Geo. D. Rogers, Louisville, storage, while tbelcost of selling-fee- s Louis Oblinger, Catlettsburg, and C. in loose leaf houses is less than one-ha- lf HOGS T. Langhart, Cincinnati, were here to those of the Louisville ware- Choice 210 up .75 see our merchants last week. houses. With the exception ,of the Mediums, 165 to 210 6.75 Mrs. Henry Brandt and little daught, selling-feewhich, as stated before, " 4.50 er, Ruth, whD have been visiting Mr?. are about one-ha- lf the Glasgow mar- Pigs 3.50 r L. E. Bradley and family, in Columbia, ket gives all the numerous expenses Houghs have returned to their home Louisville. above enumerated, to the farmer, SHEEP AND LAMBS Mrs. E. E. Spiller, who has been They are charged against him in full if :. 4.00 5.00 .." visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. he ships to Louisville. These figures Best iambs 2.50.300 . G. Todd, for several months, will leave do not take into consideration the fact Culls tobacco-rais... 3.00-3.can bring his Fatsheep. . . . this morning for her home. Brady, that the tobaccrT'to Glasgow in the morning, sell Texas. GRAIN. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Collins, who his toUacco, put his money in the bank, Wheat. visited their son, C. W. Collins, at and return to his home and, fireside the Corn... Montpelier, last week have returned same day, with little, if any, 'personal LocalMarKet. home. They report that their son has expense to himself. If he ships his crop to Louisville and travels up to see lung trouble, but has very much im"b it' sold, he loses from $15 to $50. proved. OJi We present all these facts and they j Eggs to our farming friends for are facts . Hens THE GLASGOW LOOiE their consideration. Personally, it does '.Chickens TOBACCO MARKET. not amount to a single whoop in hades jj- Cocks to us where they sell their tobacco. We earnestly desire them to receive Turkeys From the Glasgow Times. the very highest returns for their crops Geese That the Glasgow loose tobacco mar- that they can. But all else being .'. JDucks Glas- equal, they ought, ket is of the greatest benefit all times, patron- i Guns And Ammunition -. m - - m n m m ter- m m m m m m m Cook Stoves and Heaters Saddles, Harness, etc. i sale-figur- m m i si M 1 T"K Jeffries Hardware Sfors. WE PAY EXPRESS W mrai MiiMliiiiilliiiiiiiiiilliiiSlllililSil3 ORDERS BY MAI L at Levy's Special Suits for Men CLOTHES FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants fair-minde- We Handle None But the Best. 50 00-2- Our stocks are o "large that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape from which, to select: and we mate buyine BY HAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. "We have special things that you can eret NOWHERE ELSE, such as : s, and all the Leading- Lines of - FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. OAOLAJLOGMention" this paper aiid Tvrite us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll get a prompt ana sawsiaciory answer. wna jx anyinins you ony a ere is noc exactly what von want It ha . returned and your TffONTS'X will be immediately REFUJNDED. m-i-- er 25 I313E. WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. - We issue a large illustrated catalog-- , which we send free on request. - c Members Retail Merchants Association. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. .A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. The Bright Spot. To-da- y. LEVY'S LOUISVILLE, Third and Market. to gow, there can be no dispute. No body questions that any more than the fact that if Glasgow can be made a permanent loose leaf market, the town will prosper as never before. Tobacco raisers are not so vitally interested in this view of the tobacco market, as in considering where they can sell the fruits of their labors to the best advantage for themselves. Their reasoning is sound; their conclusions This editorial is not paid for, directly or indirectly. The loose leaf houses will be as much surprised at its appearance as will any one else. They have not asked for it, 4 not expect it and are not due it by any bond of business, or profit, between them and The Times. But right is right, and they should retreatceive just fair and business-lik- e ment exactly as any other business ly patrodized it when forced to, giving institution is entitled to it. They the larger part of their patronage out- ought to prosper and they will prosper side of enforced advertising, elsewhere. if the farmers will view the situation In a general way, it has received more with clear, unbiased eyes and minds. favors from the American Tobacco Trust and its agents than from the Starts Much Trouble. Glasgow loose leaf houses. That, howIf all people knew thnt neglect of ever, does not affect general conditions in the least. If any body chooses to constipation would result in severe inpatronize The Times, they can; if they digestion, yellow jaundice or virulent don't care to do so, they needn't. It liver trouble, thoy would soon take Dr. does, nevertheless, establish the Times' King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its positfon of pure disinterestedness in the only safe way. Best for biliousness what it proposes to say. The Glasgow loose leaf houses ought headache, dyspepsia, chills and- debilto be supported if they are worthy of ity. 2."c-a- t Paull Drug Co. ' support; if they are not, they should be summarily sat upon. They are either instruments of good or for evil, and Two sales of the" 1911 tobacco crop should be judged accordingly. They were made a,few days ago from the are 'purely business institutions, created Elrpy section of the county, to the loose warehouse. Glasgow. and operated tfor purely business reas leaf tpbecco Garmon sold his Burley crop rangons. Neither the American Tobacco John to 15 '.cents,, rand Company, nor anyjether tributary .cor- ing in price from.8 (LecTPattdtt jrfceired from ,7 to 8 owns, or.bas ever owned, a Jolai or centfff stock m either for.dark. .Prices paid were highly ' jaf hwses- here. They satisfactory . - correct. If they do not do the best they can for themselves, nobody else is going to do it for them. The Glasgow Times is an entirely disinterested party. Neither it, nor any one connected with it, has ever owned a dollars worth of stock in the loose leaf houses here. It is under no sort of obligations to them. As a matter of fact, it has some cause of grievance, for the reason that they have on- Wool fall clipping... ize those who are their neighbors and Wool spring clipping. friends. When the advantages are alj on their side" in so doing their duty Hides (green) both to themselves and to the public is Feathers doubly plain. Tobacco prices are not Ginseng satisfactory any where, but they are Beeswax just as good in Glasgow as elsewhere, Yellow Root and the Glasgow loose leaf houses are May Apple (per lb) local institutions, asking and working for the patronage of their friends and Regular Appointments. neighbors. They should be gven a Rnnarp rlpal. I at 14 27 44 Green county, one Aberdeen bull for 00 $55.00 he sold Judge Geo. Herriford 50 one heifer same stock for $33.00. 25 R. R. Young sold to John A. Mitchell, Falkenburg H o t el !! 2 Mr. Luther Potts, was. here from Creelsboro last Wednesday. He stated that the first steam boat of the fall landed at Creelsboro on the 14th. Rev, C. F. Breeding, will preach Have reduced prices on all millinery each month as follows: ; stock to close it out. Our latest purHopewell, first Sunday. chases are included in this sale. Stock Providence, second gunday. must be closed by December 15. Now Jamestown, fourth Sunday.. is the time to get bargains in Ladies and Children's trimmed hats. A True Saying. Mrs. George Staples. The following item was clipped from an exchange, and it is as true as preaching: A man who has no enemies- is seldom good for any thing; he is made of that kind of material which is so easily worked tliat every one has a hand in it. A sterling character iB one who thinks for himself, and speaks what he thinks; he is always sure to have enemies. They are as necessary to him as .fresh air; they keep him alive and active. A celebrated character who was surrounded by enemies, used to remark: "They are sparks which,, if you do not blow, will go out of themselves." - "It made me feel proud of our young farmers, and broadened my views of Adair county farming" expressions last Saturday. The largest yield was made by Bryan Royse, the best ten ears by George Page.' Quantity goes to the ridge, and quality to Cane Valley. i.' - NOTICE. Fourth Sunday Appointments. g - - ' - Columbia. 'Rev. J. R. Crawford. Columbia. Rev. Z.T. Williams. ' fencing. Tabor, 11 a. m. Rev. . W,.yWeldon.t Ur hunters were outlast Wjednes- W.r Wei? Columbia, 7 p. m. Rev. Many " '! v .v r Ann day, thUOth. Quail are said to be Vwllt Jamestown. RevC. E;jJr,eedS5g. several weeks, the sport will be very interestiaff.. - xciptttttirwftdKMt Pay Tweaty-Oget a ace;wi a $35 Sewk wkWm. feaaeyeys rerefia Co Frank Skclair.! lumbia Taet Saturday. fr S tirt. K v 3-. HAVING recently purchased the Patterson Hotel, I desire to say to the public on, and after Nov., 12, 1911, I will take charge of the Patterson Hotel, in Jamestown, Russell Co., Ky., and same will be refurnished, and fixed so as to give the traveling public every convenience possible at a hotel in a small town. There will be a good feed stable run in connection with the hotel, and al pains will be taken to give the guest a pleasant stay while here. I will appreciate the patronage of every body that stops with me. In the near future I will open a general store in the store-rooof the build-nNow, thai the leaves are off, the B. FAULKENBURG. N. trees, look out for plantation- - fires. rf;f They, are.qf ten, very destructive, hence ' all leaves .should be raked from the Mrsi Mollie H. Bryant, who was the wife of Elijah Bryant, and a sister of Geo. J. Hurt, died in the Craycraft country on the 12th inst. She was about forty-fiv- e years old and a 'victim of , typhoid fever. -- that m g. i f f V- i t $U plen-tifklandv- ior . iryttr ! M i T - :--. i - m p-At- t.fsf'i- ;& ! i j- - - 1M -- S- - .A1 V " s? & L 7R i V.-- i V -- .3T.fff' r ,?. - ONE WAY OF SAVIN6 A BAB- Y- FREE TO TRY The mother does not live who would not do all in her power to keep her child healthy, but often she does not know how. So when a doctor of standing points the way all can afford to listen. It is an accepted fact that nine out of ten of the troubles of infants and children is intestinal. You notice it by the fact that the child is constipated, it belches, is peevish and cries. Don't give a remedy that contains an opiate, because the child will get in the habit of needing it, and don't become alarmed and run at once for a doctor. Try a scientific laxative first. Give a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the remedy that "is intended for the use of children. It is mild, gentle and The remedy is absolutely pure and is guaranteed in every particular. Mrs. Toomey at Emingsville, Pa., and Mrs. Fred non-gripin- "' s, HIGH THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS PRICED PEACHES. g. Crqms of Alanson, Mich., never give their children anything else. These are only a few among thousands of women. You can buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle of any nearby druggist, for they have all sold it for a generation, but if you want to test it on your child first send your address to 'Dr. Caldwell and he will cheerfully send you a free sample bottle. Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. A COJBPfijsiY ' O BLINDS. Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. CZrt, uuuio, DUP ; iuuuB, azi, n.nsv. j 1 Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. We appreciate them. - E. L HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED. - L0UISVILLE,KY. - Thp Ones They Had In London, Perhaps, but Not In New York. Tbey walked into the breakfast room at one of the big New York hotels the other day tinicky, precise and querulous. They bad just returned from a tour of Europe and gave that continent the big talk at every chance. "Have you no South African peaches?" they asked plaintively. "We have been stopping at the Savoy In London, and there were plenty ot South African peaches." The hotel manager was found. He hastened to the complaining ones. Certainly the hotel had South African peaches. They were imported especially for the hotel guests; came from the same peach orchard that the Savoy's peaches did. The faces of the traveled persons did not light up with joy and appreciation, as one would think. "How much are they''" they, asked with a singular timidity. "Three dollars each," said the hotel manager. The traveled persons promptly protested. "But' we only paid haw $2.50 for them at the Savoy," said tbey. The hotel manager expressed his regret at the overcharge. He said they might have them at the same price that they paid at the Savoy in London, and how many would they like to have? "Haw, Alfred," said one of the plaintive traveled persons to the other plaintive traveled pprson, "let us have haw one of those deah old fawshion- ed breakfasts of ham and eggs." "Right, old dear," said Alfred. The hotel manager went away grinning softly to himself. He had never had any peaches from South Africa. Cincinnati Times-Star- . L. & N. Time Card ?K REMEMBER THAT Isain Mo. 27 In IN 1N No. 23 No. 79 No 21 In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 1908. SOUTH BOUND Lv. LooisvilleTAb. Lebaso &42?km 7:00 am 10:OtaD 8:15am .... , 5:05pm 7:40pm Vo.93 i . IN IN ....620pm NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ar. 5:43am NWJOjpm 9C"0.pio y IN taxis 0.24 0.73 0.23 Locisvilij 7:501am 30:15 x IN IN The Adair County News Is Going To The Jo. IN Mo.22 92 722am 420pm 628pm 722am 93 am 6:55pm 10U3.a" Nos. 92 and arelSunday trains only. NIX IN WILHORE HOTEL Nl In" IN Cash Basis And w. ja. uxiiiiaofH, Prop p. Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates First-Cla- ss as In In 7Tn IN j X IN that E very body who is Indebted for the Paper is Urged to Pay up within ,the next Few Weeks GRftDYUILLe, KY Md sir IN Nl IN IN k ; IN C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON NV In Nl 7tN viy 7In IN IN POSTAL 9-- PUZZLES. The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List Nl VETERINARY K 3n IN U. G. HARDWICS, Pres. I J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. R.H. DIETZMAN.Sec W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 miJfcWSiGHTS DEALERS IN f mflCHifliSTS ENGINES. EOLERS, SAW MLIS. 1301 GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TftfETfeeNTH-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work They Were Easy Reading Fop Uncle Sam's Clever Officials. IN A letter with the addressee's face x on the envelope and the IN roughly drawn words "Baltimore, Md.." following ?R wasn't too great a' puzzle for the men NJ IN who decipher mail addresses for UnJS was sent from 7K cle Sam. The letter i Clarksburg. W. Ya., by J. M. Crouch. K e When it reached the Baltimore the postmaster said it had to be 3S delivered. Several of the experts were 7K puzzling over how that trick could be IN turned when the mail carrier in whose district a big hotel is walked up to a IN group around the man holding the letter and said, "Why, that's Sam Hoohotel." And ver, chief clerk ot the it was for Sam, who opened it and IN learned that his friend wished to engage a room for that night. When IN Crouch arrived at the hotel the room .was ready for him. About twenty years ago a European IN peasant mailed on the other side of the Atlantic a letter the envelope of which bore this sort of address: post-offlc- Md IN Special Fistulo, Attnetin to Eyes Md IN Md IN Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices, lam well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED ON BURKSY1LLE HUGHES'? RESIDENCE. STREET. M' IN NJr K Joseph li. Stone, Attoney-AMaw Cj Md fN Will practice in this and "adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, r sTS JOBBING WORK SOLICITED upon the discovery of soluble glass, which he made from silica with soda 7i and potash combined. This is now ex- NlIN tensively used fori rendering wood- NIX TTn work incombustible and marble and atmospheric TN Bold Theief the weapon and started to run. plaster secure against mineral col- Nl agents, as a vehicle for IN He ran down the front stair ors, in a kind of fresco painting to be Mi IN Atloona, Penn, October case to the first door. He was exposed to the weather, in the manuof artificial stone and in the with facture from6a bathtub composition water dripping from her body about to run into a room and lock stoves, etc. of tireproof cements for Mrs. J. W. Charles, of this city, the door when Mrs Charles, About thirty years ago it was discovcaught a thief caught him by the collar Mrs ered that .glass might be rendered ex- IN from her Charles who is quiet athletic ceedingly hard by dipping it in oil her when at a certain degree of temperaapartment in the fashionable overpowered the thief and re- ture. The particles, however, seem to be put in a state of high tension, Hotel Carlton this morning. covered her diamonds, after and the whole may suddenly fly into An exciting chase through cor- a desperate wrestle, a thousand pieces. -- A1J - iMBSil J&fgamsc&W&m&zt'33iiS43a2aJHara'.TiK.rt lr Up ( men, the first house in America to immigrants being Castle Garden, where they were then received. In Castle Garden Hans was found without delay. New ork Press. 'It IIANS SIEGLICH, First House In America. was easy for New York postoffice IN $1.50 Md TN Why Hi IN IN TN Kinds of Machinery Repaired In ISIS a German professor stumbled Soluble Glass. it: IN NL One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly 1 Not & ?K Courier Journal One Year ' Read The 26.-Jump- ing Courier LouisvillejTimes and News T diamonds stealing Journal? HENRY WATTERSON ridors all over the hotel followed, endingjwith Mrs Charles catching the theif and recovering her di amonds. when a crowd of men ran to k IV The Romany Rye. The first notice of gypsies which occurs in European literature is from tance. When Mrs. Charles saw .the pen of an Austrian monk about them coming she seemed to be- 1122. They are described by him in come conscious of the fact that, very uncomplimentary terms as and brasiers, who go peddling in the excitement she had failed through the wide world, having neither iier assistance however she rush to dress properly. house nor home, cheating the people' ed into the bathroom and fainted S..e ran into the bathroom with their tricks and deceiving mankind, but not openly." Having got a from embarrassment. closed the door and fell to the floor bad name, they seem to jhave been in Mrs. Charles who is some beau- in a faint due to embarrassment. the middle ages treated everywhere ty is accustomed to taking her The thief is held on the charge with systematic harshness. In England the most barbarous decrees burglary. morning bath at 8 o'clock. This of day-ligagainst them were Issued, even as late as the days of Henry VI IT. and Elizamorning she forgot tb lock the The Legislature. beth. London Globe. "Ish-maellt- es ht At that moment a crowd of men came runing to her assis- $4.50 ;oaotoioieK Md r Editor. We Can Furnish You aeKseK)ieK3c Everything In The Drug Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A The Adair County News ' and the Weekly 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- Few Seasonable Goods as a, Headliner Per Box tt tt tt Courier-Journ- al door of her room before going 'i A s I s 4 M- - L s -- . into the bathroom. She had been in the bathtub about 10 minuts, when she heard some one in her room and with out hesitating a moment sprang out into the hotel corridor. She saw a man across, the the halL He had just emerged from her room and held her jewel case . Dropod my jewelry.' 'commanded. Mrs.Charles.The thief started to ruu. Mrs. Charles pursued ' him to the stairway Thief pulled a revolver and and ordered" her to,.throw up'her Tmnd. r As her hands went up Mrs.Cbarlee snatch the revolver. Jhethief , however, recovered James will certainly be the. next United States Senator elected from Kentucky, for the Kentucky Legislature will be more Democratic than it has been in years. The Republicans will probably be unable to muster more than 27 in both .houses, five of these being in the upper and 22 in. the lower. Nineteen States Senators were choeen Tuesday, and. of these. 14 are Democrats. Everyr.one of fibe 19 hold over Senators is a Democrat. t.In'thevlaat assembly, the Democrat hd 74 f members in tlielower house, j In the, ne)ct Ollie Well Qualified. Laxative Bromo Quinine u tt Laxative Tablets Singley Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets n it Nyals t tt A. D. S. Father Well, my son, you have now got your commission and are .prepared to join your regiment and fight for the glory of our country. Do. you think you have the necessary qualifications? Young Officer Well. I should think so. 1 am the champion long distance runner of our club. London Mail. tt v.. Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera combination rate with Daily. or Sunday Courier Journal. tt ( Jf V. t Rexal - tt , tt tt Virtue consists in making desire subordinate to duty, passion to principle. Nyals The pillars of character are moderation, temperance, chastity, simplicity, self control. Its method' is self l. de-aia- Virtue. , Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil. Scotts Emulsion - tit Bottle t ", Wine Cod Liver Oil- - .' fit. 00 Rexal . tt tt t. tt V N 'Tooi risky. U tried that once and on.a banana peel." Wshing- - Vinol Itoa 'Herakts . ;, Write us Upiped H 'vMtilJMk&Av life." MWe Trliky. hnWiV close 'our tt eyes to the A. D. S. ' 7i Emulsion " a tt tfyt tt y. r -- a- - tt . . .V' tt 100 89c -- 50c 83c 83c Write Courier-Journ- al Com for Quotations pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to 1.00 send your suiMktiUm order t tlj ' '.' V J probsjMjr t 78, t.C i'. KC1 . to m. ktpt-- . A. aMBahevM eraif-Mn- be upright, Botbav wH 'I y awmh. C CITY HALL PHARMACY, ."3S JeffcraMKY. k: to.tnfeflijH: .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBh t to the Com s ' - - v ,- - - ' 4' v -- f the;:adair county news TALES OF SPOOKS THEIR LAST HANDCLASP. The Final Meeting of Charles A. Dana and Jacob Riis. I like to think of my last meeting with Charles A. Dana, the "old chief," as he was always called in the office. In all the years I was on the Sun I do not think I had spoken with him a half dozen times. When he wanted anyiing of me personally his orders were very brief and to the point It was generally something a report to be digested or the story of some social experiment which showed me that in his heart he was faithful to his early love. He had been in his youth, as everybody knows, an enthusiastic reformer, a member of the Brook Farm community. But if he thought I saw he let no sign escape him. He hated shams. Perhaps I was on trial all the time. If so I believe that he meant to tell me in that last handshake that he had not found me wanting. It was on the stairs in the Sun office that we met I was going up; he was coming down going home to die. He knew it. In me there was no suspicion of the truth when I came upon him at the turn of the stairs, stumbling along in a way very unlike the usual springy step of the old chief. I hardly knew him when he passed, but as he turned and held out his band I saw that it was Mr. Dana, looking somehow older than I" had ever seen him and changed. I took off my hat, and we shook hands. "Well," he said, "have you reformed everything to suit you, straightened out every kink In town?" "Pretty nearly," I said, falling into his tone of banter, "all except the Sun office. T BRAINY PAUPERS. Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." THE The Deputy Death Sent to the Second Lord Lyttleton. WARNED HIM AND VANISHED. Brilliant Inventors Who Reaped Pitiful Rewards. DIED IN POVERTY AND WANT. LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 And Just When He Thought He Had "Jockeyed the Ghost" the Prediction Became a Fact Story of a Specter Dog and the Legend of Lady Howard. Belief In specters phantoms and apparitions, still lingers in many parts of England. We scoQ! at ghost stories as stuff that is "considered ridiculous by nil persons of sound education and common sense," arid yet mixed in with the legends of wraiths and hellhounds We have thousands of such letters, and more are are some true tales that are hard to explain from the standpoint of natural arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who cause and effect have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetaA strange story is that told of the noble, tonic medicine, for women. torious second Lord Xyttleton, who is Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak said to have been as evil as his father was 'the reverse. He died when in his women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, prime under the following well attestgive it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a mil-R- on ed circumstances: A few days before others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredihis death Lord Lyttleton saw enter his ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. room a woman who told him that on It is a good tonic. Try it! Your druggist sells it the third day after her appearance he Write to: Ladles' Advisory DepL. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., would die. He was very much frightbook, "Home Treatment tor Women," sent free. 1 68 for Special Instructions, and ened and extremely depressed by the d occurrence, but on the morning of day his fears had abated somewhat, and ho had to breakfast with him a party which included Lady on-,st- a"M Res- - 'phone Flood, Lord Fortescue and two of the (S), Misses Amphlett, to whom he said, "If I llvp over tonight I shall have Jock', Dn James Triplett eyed the ghost, for this Is the third day." In the forenoon the party set out to Pit Place, Lord Lyttleton's counUBMISli OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN try seat near Epsom, and were not JEFFRIES' BUILDING. long arrived when his lordship had a 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. suffocating fit, but recovered suffJEFFRIES BLOCK iciently to dine with his friends at 5 KENTUCK1 OOLUMBIA. KENTUCKY COLUMBIA o'clock. By what Is described as "a friendly trick" the watches and clocks through- out the house were advanced half an hour. The evening passed, and Lord Lyttleton's spirits recovered their usual gayety. At half past 11 he retired, and, according to his valet's report, "he kept every now and then looking Within a minat his watch. ute or two of 12 by his watch he asked to look at mine. His lordship then put both to his ear to make certain that they went When -it was near the real hour of 12 he said: 'Come; I'll wait no longer. Get me my medicine. I'll take it and try to sleep.' " It appears that the valet HENRY:VATTERSON, stirred the draft with a toothpick, and this angered Lord Lyttleton, who sent him for a spoon. WhDn the man Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in returned he found his master in a fit Instead of attempting to relieve him prints all the news without politics; he ran for help, and when he returned with the alarmed guests Lord Lyttlefear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 ton was dead. A peculiar class of apparition in a year, but you can get the WEEKLY which many persons believed is that of specter dogs, which are again diCOURIER-JOURN- AL vided into three kinds: (1) Black dogs that are fiends in disguise; (2) evil spirits that hunt souls in this guise; (3; spirits of the wicked departed made to take this shape for their sins. These black dogs are of all sorts and BOTH ONE YEAR sizes, big dogs and little dogs, long haired dogs and short haired dogs, meek dogs and fierce dogs, but as a rule the standard specter hound is huge, most ferocious looking and shaggy like a wolf, and, we are told, packs of these hellhounds have been seen, sometimes hunted by a huntsman whose description much resemw bles the popular conception of the devil. if you will give or send your order to this A famous story Is told of a goblin paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. hound which used to inhabit an old mansion at Lyme Regis, in Dorset, that had been partly demolished and turned into a farmhouse, in which lived an old drunken farmer. Having been urged Courier-Journ- al, to drive out the black dog by his companions, he seized the poker and rushed at the dog, which sprang up instantly and ruhaed upstairs, followed by the tipsy farmer. It tied into an attic Courier-Journ- al, and, hey presto, jumped clean through the ceiling. The nuj:r.v farmer struck at the place, when, to his amazement, We can give you a combination cut down fell from the hole he had made an id fashioned money box, which rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write prjved to be full of gold and silver coins of the reign of Charles L The this paper. dog was never again seen in the house, but it is said to haunt a lane which leads to it, where it can be seen at s 'i midnight and which bears the' name of "Dog lane," while a local Inn displays the sign "The Black Dog Inn." Lady Howard, who lived in the reign of the first James and was as famous for her wit as for her beauty and her wealth, was also possessed of a good many bad qualities. She had four husbands, whom she killed off rather rap-IdlINCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD and was very cruel to her only daughter. For her sins she was transfe will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long formed when she died so the story our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights runs into a black dog, and at midnight she runs between Fitzford, her one and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. time residence, and Oakhampton park 58 INCH in order to carry to the place from SOINCH which she started a single blade of grass. This she is doomed to do until 42MCH she has removed every blade of grass from the park. London Globe. INCH Cardui womlnTomc ce the-thir- 5t. k 5. Bunbar a That is left yet and as bad as imm ever." SP?Xi)esXS5 f "Ha!" he laughed. "You come on. We are ready for you. Come right along!" And with another hearty handshake he was gone. He never saw the Sun office again. It was the only time he had ever held out his hand to me after that first meeting of ours when I was a lonely lad, nearly-thirtyears before. That time there was a dollar in it and I spurned it This time I like to believe his heart was in it. And I took it gladly and gratefully. Jacob A. Riis, "The Making of an American." y WEEKLY THE LAND OF CHEESE. Switzerland Has the Proud Honor of Deserving This Title. Cheese, although an important product of our dairy farms and a reasonably popular article of diet in the United States, has never held quite the position with us given it in some European countries. English and Germans are far greater consumers of cheese than we, while both are surpassed by Norwegians. But above all Switzerland is the land of cheese. On more than one occasion travelers have dwelt upon the functions, social and sentimental as well as astronomical, performed by the cheese 'of Zermatt that remarkable cheese which is so hard that it has to be scraped with a knife or cleft with an ax. It is said by one authority that the patrician rank of a Swiss family in that part of the confederation is estimated by the age of Its cheese, and the greater the respect due to or the affection for a guest the older is the cheese set before him. There are said to be families who own cheese that dates back to the time of the first French revolution, which is served only on solemn occasions, such as christenings, weddings or funerals. There are in each pantry at least as many cheeses as there are boys and girls In the family, for at the birth of every child a cheese is made, which is named after the newcomer and is first cut into on his or her wedding day, on which festive occasion all guests partake of a piece of the groom's and the bride's cheeses in order to secure for them all earthly thrift and .happiness. The rest is served as a token of friendly souvenir and heartfelt mourning after the tomb has closed over his or her mundane career. New York Tribune. GOURIER It JOURNAL Editor AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS For $1.50 Yr Daily S6.00 Sunday Yr $200 What a pity the name "New Mexico" cannot be changed to "Cibola!" (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California Cibola! How well these would sound in the already musical roll call of the states!) Such was the primeval name, and the couLtry was known as the "Land of the Seven Golden Cities of Cibola'-'- , after Vaca brought the first reports of its marvels into Mexico. The sensitive imaginations of the Spaniards, whetted' by the' tales told by Vaca and' inspired to new flights by an occasional Indian's romancing, pic tured seven noble cities, each as large and as beautiful as the City of Mexico. Fancy painted mirages wherein were gold and silver and rare gems without limit D. H. MacAdam in ..Metropolitan Magazine. Enlightening the Minister. "We are going to have pie for dinner," said Bobby to the minister. "Indeed!" laughed the clergyman, amused at the little boy's artlessness. "And what kind of pie, Bobby?" "It's a new kind. Ma was talking this morning about pa bringing you to dinner so often, and pa said he didn't care what she thought and ma said she'd make him eat humble pie before the day was over, and I suppose we're going to have it for dinner." New Mexico's Early Name. jes 26 LLW00D WIRE FENCE y, ' T7Y7V7UY7T1I? Some Men of Genius Who Were Deem ed to End Their Days In Obscurity, While Their Fruitful Ideas Made Millions and Fame For Others. Now and again a man is born whoso brain fairly bubbles with inventive genius. New ideas stream from him, and all branches of science are mastered with hardly an effort. Such was Frederic William Martino, one of those many brilliant Italians who left their native land to seek fortune in a foreign country. Martino came to England, and his name Is most familiar from the Martini-Henry rifle, the breechblock of which was one of his numerous inventions. It is an irony of fate that Martino's name should go down to posterity solely through a warlike Invention which he himself thought little of when his greatest work was done in the cause of peace, for Martino was the discoverer of the process for converting basic slag into manure, a discovery which has put millions Into the pockets of German manufacturers, but from which he himself, It Is . stated, never reaped a penny. The fluted rib for umbrellas, a new process for the extraction of nickel from its ore, a new development of platinoid immensely Important In electric work and a brilliant Invention for the reduction of gold ore, these are only a few of Martino's discoveries. And yet he was so lacking in business capacity that in spite of his extraordinary output of valuable Ideas he died at Glasgow in 1903 a comparatively poor and obscure man, while dozens of others have been made richer by his genius. In 1SGO the chemist Lenoir patented a motor driven by an explosive mixture of air and gas. He used electric ignition obtained from a battery and a Ruhmkorff coil, actuating a sparking plug very similar to that in use In the modern motor. The system of valves by means of 'which the suction of the piston drew in the charge of gas for the next explosion was also designed by Lenoir. In 1SC2 he actually produced a car which, if crude, was similar in all respects to that in use today, save that he employed coal gas instead of petrol, and this he actually drove himself through the streets of Paris. Yet for reasons similar to those which caused the failure of Martino he never received the of his genius, and it was left for Daimler, nearly thirty years later, to produce the first of the practicable autocars. Lenoir died In 1000, poor and unknown. Three years later, in 1903, the life,o George Shergold came to an end In Gloucester workhouse- - Shergold, originally a shoemaker, was the inventor of the safety bicycle. He built a machine of this order in the year 187G, the front wheel of which was twenty-seve- n Inches and the rear wheel some thirty-on- e inches in diameter. In 1000, when it first became generally known that the man whose invention had made millions for others was as poor as when he had cobbled shoe3, a public, subscription was raised, and for some time an allowance of 5 shillings a week was made to Shergold. But the funds became exhausted, and poor Shergold ended his life in the workhouse. How many people have ever even heard of Scheele? Yet this poor Swedish chemist was perhaps the greatest discoverer of facts that the world has ever known. We always hear in England that Priestley was the discoverer of oxygen. Yet Scheele made this most important of all chemical discoveries simultaneously with Priestley. And it was Scheele who discovered chlorine gas. Chlorine is perhaps the most Important of all gases in commercial chemistry. It Is the great bleacher that gives us white linen or white straw hats. It is also the best disinfectant known. It is essential'to the manufacture of the great pain killer, chloroform, and it is used extensively for the extraction of gold from its ores. Chlorine's value to the world has been1 incalculable, yet Scheele, the man who discovered it, lived hungry and died a pauper. Professor Gore died a comparatively poor man, yet Gore was the inventor of the modern safety match, of the method of electrodeposition commonly known as electroplating and of many other processes which have put millions into the pockets of manufacturers. Gore's book, "Electrometallurgy," published In 1870, is still a standard work on the subject London ValiiP of Cinders. BRIGHTER, BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS If $5.00IA YEAR. YOUR ORDEfc TO US, YOU CAN GET YOU WILL SEND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- V fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. What Follows, In a future not remote Judge O'Rear will retire to a life more placid and contemplative than of Governor; there,let us hope he may complete a career wortny of his talents. He will find tha aDemocatric administration need not be execraple; that under Gow McCreary there can be prosperity and piece, the rule of law and order and a return to the plain, businesslike system of living within the means of the means of the Commo wealth. He will 'find a people contented and homogeneous, tired to death of factional bitterness united for that era of wider utility and knowledge which Kentucky so badly needs. A community normally and logically Democratic is happy only when it fulfills its manifest distiny; when it strays it does so with many a heart wrench when it is at home. And that a reunited Democracy is about to celeg is a propbrate a osition as to which we entertain, not the shadow of a doubt.. Louisville time. Home-comin, TTTVaTwvaaTW ; wwtA YTTTVYTTri 34 A 26INCH js wch iJ KAftAKKXAAMftKiP TiT7xrT A ftTTfH n X A Zii vv ffl rilvifSfih? CUWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE)! W SW MEKJttTS wmx$ Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 Easy Mark For Charley. Mrs. Green I tell you lfs nice to have a husband who isn't afraid to praise you up to people. Why, only yesterday I heard Charley telling Mrs. Jones that I was getting to be a regular Xantippe. Mrs. Wise A Xantippe! Do you know who she was? Mrs. Green-O- h, yes; I told Charley I'd overheard him, and he' explaiaed that Xantippe was the goddess of youth and beauty. Boston Transcript Eaiiktfarket Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. M. --Komrtk: - The uaspokao ward sever flow karaa. -k :w-m " .. What! Drunk again? When you were here last' time "'you premised to sign 'Prisoner Well, I'm goto to, yer. "hope r, jest, aa, becMMT very towritf-r.T- e beam jmm seect i takto' lassaas, ,butI,,hTea't. 'TW ra4 1e aveews is as eaay as tktMck progress yet Tt4e4eBla4t. . road to. rata. BaateMtfc :. Jir i T,V J V r the-ple'dg- Magistrate In the Future. e. piled up, often being dumped into low places where new earth was needed- Manufacturing concerns were glad to get rid of the accumulations. But now the cinders are in, great demand for use in the foundation for cement and concrete work. They form a per- feet' drainage materia; and"it has been found that frost acts Very lightly on them. Furthermore, concrete .work in which cinders are used is said to be of extreme durability. When cinders ar: ground aaL mixed with ceauat th few years ago great heaps of cin-8-der- s v hik4?J - The man who is marked by straight forward morality and righteoinM stands every-da- y higher in the estimation of hit fellows than, tke, man who k jaet made up of ewotioo andA dogmas rV$& fh V-- A. s, AT Ex. ". B. i . ic -.- - vJ , r - N( r -- JT w ;&: . -- " I 1 '' '" i 5 ..... -- L'.W . . ns-iA- j; - f- - K": 3f (& . Vs.' JT -'- & ' 8 vlafoi"''.Gradywllc. ..a -- .. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS r a r .A The storm in this section did no serious damage, last'Sunday;, Mrs. Sfcong Hill and Mrsvp.' 0." Moss, visited Mrs. R. L. Cald-- ; well in the'Milltown community last Friday. Mrs. John Roberts, filled the pulpit in our town last Wednesday night with a very interesting sermon. Several cases of diptheria in this section but none serious. Uncle George Flowers put in a few days visiting relatives, in Columbia last week. George H. Nell bought a very valuable mare from Albert Brum-me- tt one day last week, price v. t Guard the Family Health Health utensils. . FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery is often endangered by unsanitary cooking Physicians Tiave found that cancer is caused by enamel ware chipping off and irritating the stomach. If you have children or invalids in the family beware of cheap cooking utensils that crack, scale, peel off, tarnish and rust. 'Disease germs lurk in the worn places and there is further danger of tainting the food. Health is too precious to take risks with it Department " - With its wonderful selection of the best that the market affords, offers Special attractive Bargains every day in the week. The Fall Line of Carpets-Linole- um Be safe. Use 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. "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Cooking Utensils , Hubbuch B p Bros. & Wellendorff, $176. Incorporated Mrs. Myrtie Casewill, of Fuler-to- n Neb., is visiting her father, Mr. Watson Jones. J. B. Coffey Robert Reed and J. W. Walker, of Columbia, were 522 ajid 524 West MarketJSt. in our midst last Thursday. Our farmers are putting in all of their time hauling wood and gathering corn this week. Lewis Cabell, of Miami, was here one day last week looking which are guaranteed for 5 years constant service and will never spoil food nor endanger health. 1 FREE DEMONSTRATION j 1 This new ware is featherweight, beautiful, easy to clean does not tamish nor rust. The slight extra cost is more than made up by long service and FARMING WITH after insurance. The parsonage at this place is near enough completed for our preacher to move his household goods in. Mrs. Mary Walker, who was detained from her school last week on account of sickness, has gained her strength, enough to take charge of her school. absolute safety. DYNAMITE ; L" i IB ... I Look For Trade mark on Every Piece The Maltese cross with the words Pure Illinois "1892" Aluminum the original, insures that pw Drawn from actual photograph Stumps blasted oat Into firewood. ft you get the genuine. There are imitations, V so be sure this trade mark is on every piece. Mrs.Beauchamp,of Edmonton, spent a few days with her Nell,at this place " last week. Mr. Frank Wheeler, sold his farm last week, to Mr. C. C. Stephens, Mansville, Green Co., the consideration is not known. Mr. Wheeler comtemplates moving to Texas. The few days of cold weather the first of the week and the scarcity of bacon was the cause of several hogs being slaughtered in this community. The protracted services conducted by Rev. J. R. Crawford, of Columbia, closed last Wednesday night. We must say here i$,that we never heard better ireachinK and singing. Miss "Holladay, Columbia, conducted the singing and the service f was a great help to the community as well as the members of Union church. The good these services did eternity can only tell. Mr, Lilden Wheeler and family, who have been living in this community for the past two years are good citizens, we regret that they are going to move from us. Mr. Wheeler has bought a farm near Sparksville and will move to it in the near future. Thanksgiving services will be observed at Union. The sermon will be delivered by the pastor, Rev. J. R. Crawford, everybody has a special invitation to attend and especially the old people that worshiped at Union in by gone days. We are all looking forward for a great day. Service begins promply at 10 o'clock, be there on time. There will be some special music suitable for Miss the occasion prepared. Holladay?; .qfvColumbia, will have For Sale By daugh-ler.Mrs.Euge- ne Mrs. Ermine Wilson, Russell Springs, Ky. Mrs. Emma Young and two. children, of Bos worth Mo., are visiting the family of Mr. John Young, of this place. R.,0. Cabell sold to J. C. Mont - 1 Mrs. Charley Sutton, of this him a new dwelling house put up place. Also his sister, Mrs. near Garlin. Charley Sandusky, of Columbia. Mrs. Sarah Burton, who lives Tom has lived in Illinois fifteen near MaGaha, was sixty-eigyears, and married there. His years old the 8th of November, wife is a fine lady. Tom is a and the occasion was beautifully farmer right. He said, nothing celebrated. All. the children, like a farmer's life. He saw nine in number, were there, and lots of his old friends in Ken- a few special friends, and the tucky, but failed, to see Mr. Bob dinner was highly enjoyable. Groves. He said Columbia had The reunion brought untold improved lots, such a nice town, pleasure, straightened the and good people. He also went wrinkles in the face of the aged to see Mr. Alex Chewning's fine mother, and called forth many home. Mr. Chewning was not phappy expressions from those there, so he looked at the hors- who were taught in infancy to es, and said they were the finest honor their father and mother, ht Drawn from actual photograph. Ten months later -- $880.00 worth of celery per acre. gomeryanice harness mare at a fancy price. Mr. P. W. Willis and Bill Pow ell, of Miami Mo., are visiting their home folks at this place. There will be singing at Zion, Sunday night conducted by Cab ell, Jones, Dudley and Turner, everybody come out. Fonthill. ( I Come and learn the modern, quick, cheap and safe way to use the giant force of dynamite f o Remove Stamps and Boulders. Plant Trees. Dig Ditches. Break Up Subsoils and Make Old Farms Produce Big Crops. j qflPHD : RED CROSS DYNAMITE Courier-Journ- al ! WH1 Be Demonstrated on the Farm ol The Adair County News and Both One Year for $1.50. Satua-da- y i f fa k - Charles Hammond, of Russell at this writing. Our farmers are enjoying fine Springs, passed through here toMiss Ethel. Knight and little corn gathering weather. I think day looking for cattle. brother Ed, were visiting their most of them are taking advanW. M. Cooper, who recently aunt, Malinda Burton, last tage of it. moved to Russell Springs, had a week. M. E. Tarter and son, Jessie, barn with ali its contents to get who havke been very sick for the burned last night, we are real Joppa. past few days are much better sorry to hear of his misfortune. at this writing. Wheat is looking fine. The cause of the fire is unMr. H. F. Barger, who has Tha spelling at Ambrose.Smith's known. been on the sick list for some school Friday night, was a sucW. W. Owens, has about comcess, a large crowd being prestime is better at this writing. pleted his new residence and A. 6. Young, will soon have ent. will be ready for moving right W. G. Burchett, made, a busihis new residence completed. soon. Mrs. Eliza Powell, of this ness trip to Jamestown Friday. ' R. S Withers is erecting a new Our town has been flooded place died this morning at 1 o'dwelling on his property, recentclock. She was in her 80th year with drummers this week. ly purchased from W. C. Shep- -' J. B. Luttrell, attendad court herd. the oldest woman of this part of the country. She had been in bad at Liberty last veek. Its a boy at James Vculingers, Sam Lewis, the well known and he is all smiles of course. health for a long time and her death was not a surprise to her produce man was in our town The wheat price is getting a relatives and friends. She was a Wednesday. little better, Smith Bros, are Sherman and Leslie Cooper, paying eighty-fiv- e cts per bnsh-devoted member of the Christian Svd church of Pleasanthill. She lea- - who enlisted, in the TJ. S. army rel:... ves six childrenarid 'alioiirof about twpyears ago, are at home ?fcJf$f . 0rt. ;hargofepmCjommb?i M..a, . j.othervTSatiyea and4riettdsofty &gain. They say s yerbpdy hk njgnc. er timeJand-jSace- , toscay. loss. J "Mrs Clem Burton is on the mourn her w a vited to attend jifffglCSfcertson &sq j&Z n was .,. TKo Cna JfcJn vrwuiar miMmtim iuhwmt oViftl list this week. ? k I Ml fjm ratuncr Tjuonsr-ni- c fj'3r.&&J Lmarnes to a aieg mil, sunaay '1n5' v . with nr. Zl W.Z m3?" ."Mr. ana Mrs. v. a. smith; and Horace TOunfc. as bupt. ;t& FS. ti0tSl 'wrv iliH Will lllll Mrs. Malmda Cofer .j&erethe. Wfettkll Friendship guests of Mr. and'Mrs. Slrnfi yille, was iwtintfhigvmotterr chitwIJ; netfSiturday'andrSun- :lr.Tom Suttof? wffjf and two Bu&nrlaitTB'riday-nig'hr rrz little girlsrfrom Peltersburg, III, j MrsAE. Gabfll, of thisplice day. ':-- s Mr J. K. P. Dixon; is having last TUMday. The Democratic landslide Hit ju vkitin his .parents, Mr. and foot of ground and every living thing in old Kentucky.. They start back to their home November the 13th, and will stop over in Lebanon with his aunt arid brother for a few days. Mrr. Stella Burnett, of Lebanon, was visiting ,her aunt, Mrs. Charley Sutton, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith, of Burdick, were visiting thelatter's mother, Mrs. S. J. Dooley, last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Sillar Burton's little son, Ned, is no better at this writing. Mr. Babe Burton moved to his new home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Smith, of near Columbia, were Visiting Mrs. S- - J. Dooley from Thursday until Sunday. Miss Eliza Dooley was "the pleasant guest of her aunt; Mrs Malinda Burton, Jastaiurd'ay i , that he had seen for many years. that their days might be long damnight, but h some of the Republicans around Tom says that he lives in Illi- upon the earth. age resulted in this neighborhere pretty hard. nois, but that he loves every Mr. A. S. Burton is quite sick not-muc- We had a severe storm ti it.i till -- $E GHEAFiS Ml WOOD hood. anfflMiMI i Wo Sell Iran Fence UANUFACTUHEO BY The Stewart Iron Werks Company CINCINNATI, OHIO Whose Fence received the Highest ATvard, Gold aZcfial," World's The most economical fence von can bay. Priceless than arcspectable wood fence. "Why not replace your old one attractive ikosieiCS, , nor,-vmnaseat- 'JLAS'T A UFETIME." Over 100 designs ol Iron Fence, Irom Flowtr vaso. seues, eta, enown in onr catalogues. ovr races xoa. TTiii-surpris- o S. P Eubank Columbia, Ky. A Father's Vengegnce. would have fallen on any one who attacked the son of Peter Boady, of South Rockwood, Michigan, but he was powerless before attacks of Kidney ;Z .7 .. , p$ they-have"com- e J?S "Doctors could not help him. he wrote, "so at last Wft gave him ?3X1 'i.X Bitters and he improved won- Electric derfullyfrom taking six bottks. Its trouble. g -... . Mrinn m L.mm? m i il.MfT thc.eat LeW" keyrMdicia w-'S?- i Fpmsm I " . IMIII IfMIMT fit MrTCBimu, of Apirtfrgarn of Etfcy trouble thatma; dtabUs oc BcIck,J Tked t)4ift - -- - I I V'.'. mjpt BrigKt'a dimjJHB: ,:lf ? ffaBtdjHK BittonjHtaKy Tak BMc-tr- ie boUte Co. . - i-- ij-".-u M- i-- s ' : J s ;;. m: - -' 4 t c:a TJ , '.ffj ,jSig-- fcK V M