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Monday afternoon as Will Wilson, a boy who lives in the country, was entering town with an oxteam, and wbea near Sam Eubank's shop, he accidentally got badly hurt in this way: He was riding on the tongue of the wagon, got off, and was walking beside the steers, urging them to pulL In jumping back on the tongue he leaped toe far, became overbalanced, and fell the ground, the wheels of the wagon passing over his head, cutting a gash six inches long. He was conveyed Dr. R. Y Hindman's office, who dressed the wound, taking eight or ten stitches. While the boy was badly hurt, it is believed that he will get all right in a week or two. Have you seen the Reed Hardware Company,s Toys? The largest assortment ever brought to town. - ft 29, I9H. Child Outraged. Thanksgiving Services. Tobacco Growers. To Be Married. s Excitement was high in the Elroy section of this county all last week. William Reece, who is a deputy sheriff of Metcalfe county, upon going home noticed T. S. Jeans upon his farm, carrying a gun. He asked his wife and daughter how long he had been prowling about the place, and if they knew what he was after. Mr. Reece's daughter is only thirteen years old, and she informed her father that Janes had mistreated her the day before, and told her if she mentioned it to any one he would kill her. Mr. Reece, greatly excited, notified the neighborhood of what had happened, and a large party of men gathered and started in search of the perpetrator of the crime. Up to Thursday he had not been apprehended, and it is believed that he has left the country. Janes is a married man, his wife being a sister of Mr. Reeee, the father of the child who was outraged. Our Stock as X-m- as Died Sunday Morning at 2 0' clock Surrounded by his Wife and Children. PROMINENT FARMER AND TRADER. Last Sunday morning at 2 o'clock Mr. S. R. Walker, familiarity called Brud, died at his late residence, Nell, this county. He was very prominent in the n portion of affairs, of the Adair and his death will be keenly felt throughout that section of the county. Mr. Walker was an active merchant, trader and tobacco dealer and was known to be a very accommodating gentleman, one who was ever ready to help a friend in need, hence the poorer class of people will sadly miss him. When quite a young man the deceased made a profession of his faith in Christ, united with the Baptist Church and lived a consistent member until the end came. He was a son of the late Wm. L. Walker, who was extensively known throughout this county. The deceased married early in life and was the father of eight children, four of whom are married. Besides his wife and children, he leaves two brothers and several sisters, Mrs. J. 0. Russell, of this place, being one of the South-wester- number. The funeral services were held Monday morning at 10 o'clock, a large circle of relatives and friends being present. The interment was in the family bury ing ground. The following persons of this place, all relatives, attended the last sad rites: Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walker, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker, and pefhaps others. The News extends its sympathy to the surviving members of the family, admonishing them to take their troubles to God for He alone can give comfort in such a trying hour. Mr. W. A Coffey reports that himself. Dr. R. I. Blakeman, of Indianap olis, Ind , Mr. E-- B. Barger and R. A. Myers, of Mbnticello, had delightful sport hunting birds, - in the neighborhood of Esto, Russell county, two days of last week. They killed and bagged one hundred e. While and twenty-fivout they spent one night at Jamestown, stopping at the Holt Hotel. They found the genial proprietor, Mr. A. H. Holt, in his usual happy mood, makher for the ing their stay at his house of entercourt says she has no cause of action tainment most delightful. Cozy rooms against the county superintendent, and were furnished, and most refreshing if she has any cause of action at all it is edibles were set before them. against the Division Board of Trustees for breach of contract . Gordon MontA Card from Hale's Store. gomery represented Miss Hindman; RollinHurt and Jas. Garnett Represented Miss Vaughan. A good crowd attended the sale of C. C. Hale, Saturday. Every thing went The Irish potato crop in Adair county reasonably. Mc Kin ley and Hale was almost a failure, yet there have bought the property, and will begin a been plenty of home grown on the marpoultry business at once. A little ket to supply the demand since'digging booze was seen in the afternoon, and time. A few farmers grew some very things went lively. fine ones, others failed entirely, while manv ducr but few, and they were Mr. R. F. Rowe is moving his house- quite small, but for table use they hold goods from Amandaville to Colum- answered the purpose, and the people bia. Himself and wife hope to be in have not been without this very poptheir new home, near the Graded school ular vegetable building, by the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rowe are excellent peoThursday will be Thanksgiving, and ple, and we are glad they are to become we take it that the business houses of residents of this place. 11 a. m., and the Columbia will close Air-Tig- ht n. te xr: I. I a S; Master Jo. Barbee, is suffering from Favor yourself and us with a visit to the effects of poison oak. our store and see our useful and pracRev. J. A. Johnson, was here from gifts. tical Money Lost. Mannsville, last Thursday. Reed Hardware Company. No fires to kindle cold mornings Mr. MiltMalone, Campbellsville, was A pocket book containing between $50 in Columbia, last Wednesday. Air- - Tight Wood and 100 aud some notes. My name is with a Cole's Original Regular Appointments. Mr. John T. Harvey, left last week, Fire never out. on the book. I will pay a liberal reHeater in your home ward for the return of the meney and C. P. Breeding, will preach on his return trip to Denver, Col. Rev, Reed Hardware Company. book or for information that will lead each month as follows: Mr. Lee Floyd, Greenwood, lnd.. to recovery. Leave at the News offie.Hopewell, first Sunday. A Des Moines man had, an attack of was in Columbia last Saturday. J. Z. Hays. Providence, second gunday. muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. Mr. Robert Ingram, Cashier of Bank, Jamestown, fourth Sunday. A friend advised him to go to Hot Russell Springs, was here Monday. Springs. That meant an expense, of Balked At Cold Steel. ' For the next 20 days I will sell my Mr. J. W. Huston, ttade a business 150.00 or more. He sought for a "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot entire stock of Childrens, Misses and trip to Pittsburgh, Pa., last week. J quicker and cheaper way to cure it and found it in Chamherlain's Liniment. off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, Ladies cloaks at cost for cash. Mr. J. F. Bates, of near Monticello, W. L. Walker. Three days after the first application of "although a horrible ulcer had been the was visiting in Columbia last Thursday. this liniment he was well. For sale by plague of my life for four years. InColumbia Lodge, No, 96, F. and A. stead I used Bhcklen's Arnica Salve, M., will meet in regular convocation Missrs. N. B. and Will Falkenburg Paull Drug Co James town, were here 'last Sunday. and my foot was soon comyletely cured. next Friday evening. A full attenda, Boils, Sores, Bruises, Mr. "Matt F. Hall, representing a Ws have made some inquiry in re- Heals burns, ance is desired. Pimples, Corns, Surest Pile cure, piano Company, was here a few days gard to the tobacco crop of this county, Drug Co. ago. it being all housed and a few farmers 25c at Paull Starts Much Trouble. have delivered to buyers. Generally Mr. Tim B. Cravens, will spend a Have reduced prices on all millinery speaking, the crop is said to be the stock to close it out. Our latest purIf all people knew thBt neglect of few days of this week in Tompkinsbest for a number of years past, es- chases are included in this sale. Stock constipation would result in severein-digestio- ville. at pecially the dark tobacco, and the Burly must be closed by December 15. Now yellow jaundice or virulent proprietors and employees will attend is also said to be of a fine quality. Mr.Fred Hill.of the Paull Drug Comis the time to get bargains in Ladies liver trouble, they would soon take Dr. pany, is on a business trip to Louis Fire never out,from fall until spring, church, as has been the custom for and Children's trimmed hats. Wood years past. Services will be at the with Cole's Original King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its ville. Mr. Josh Butler and his son, Golan, Mrs. George Staples. Baptist church, the sermon to be Heater. See them at our store. the only safe way. Best for biliousness air. W. H. Wilson is jn Louisville preached by Rev. J. W. Weldon, of the set3J acres in dark tobacco the 13th Reed Hardware Company. On the 14th day 6f Octday of May. The very latest in shoes in velvets, headache, dyspepsia, chills and debil- this week purchasing a new stock of Methodist church. ober it was stripped and sold, the crop Tans and gun metals. Also special ity. 23c at Paull Drug Co. goods. quickest prices on men's high shoes, prices reThere will be Thanksgiving services The changeable weather conditions bringing 331.55. This is the Mrs. Luther William3, Montpclier. at Glenville, ou Thursday beginning at of the past week or more has given handling of a tobasco crop we have re- duced. W. t-- . Walker. SALT f OR SALE. visited in Columbia the first of the songs 10:30 a. m. A good program of many local people severe colds, but they corded. week. will be prepared by Prof. Dudley and have been lucky to get off The cost of'a Cole's Original Hot that easy. Turner. Z. T. Williams, will preach What we want is continued Warm or Mr. Ray Flowers, made a business Any fuel gives good results in Cole's Blast Heater for your home is saved in I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, trip to Edmonton and Summer Shade, the sermon. Everybodj should attend. cold weather one we don't care which, Original Hot Blast Heaters. fuel ecah winter. which cost only 15 cents more than the last week. so long as it is consistent. The wise Reed Hardware Company. ' Reed Hardware Compnny. 5$ bushel barrel which you buy elseW. K. Azbill, will preach the Thanks- guys of the weather bureau will please Mr. J. W. McClister, of Dirigo, a 33-giving sermon at Cane Valley, good make a note of this and come across Sam Lewis. where. merchant of that place, ia down with Mr. Robert Pennycuff, who has been song service will be provided, Every- - with the right thing or get off the job. Basket Bail Game. typhoid fever- living in Columbia for several year,s, a body is invited to be present . call All persons owing me will please painter by trade, has removed with his Russell Springs Academy will play Mrs. M. E. Jones, of Campbellsville, A large Stock of toys and family to Emrov Gap, Tenn. Thursday after- at my offie by Jan. 1, 1912. I need the who visited here two weeks, has re, sewing maThe drawing for a $35.00 the Graded schooP on chine, draw a large crowd to Mr. goods. Come in and see them. noon. The game if to be played here on money due me. turned home. Dr, W. R. Grissom. Thanksgiving services will be held at the Graded school grounds. Nov. 30th store, last Saturday Reed Hardware Company, Frank Sinclair'-t. Miss Mary Cartwright, who has the Union Presbyterian church at 10 at 2:30. Admission 15 cts. Mr. Drewy Moore held sfternoon. a sister at Pikevilie, Tenn', , o'clock' Thursday morning. Every the lucky number 1090. We understand that Elrod & Co., returned home last Friday afternoon- If you are considering taking out life body invited to attend Mr. Solomon McFarland says he was have received and now have on their Victoria Bryant, aged 28, died insurance, come to the News office and crippled last Saturday, but he managed Mrs. Mr. Bunnie Bates, from Mcnticello, The ladies oyster supper, given at the to drag himself from home for a few lot in this place enough timber to run examine the best old line company do in the White Oak country last Sunday has been spending a few days in CoFriday evening, was well them a greater part of the winter. ing business the Connecticut Mutual. court-houshours, and while out he killed twenty-seve- n afternoon, a victim of consumption. lumbia, with Dr. S. P. Miller and fam It pays large dividends and is perfectly patronized, and a nice profit realized. rabbitsand three birds. Lindsey-Wilsotwo Lily- , at A Wanied, reliable. J. E. Murrell is the local . apply to work after v Mr Luther Brockman, who hai been agent. white kcooks to Eld. W. K. Azbill filled the pulpit at Vlr.'L. A. Spalding, Lebanon, was When you.have a bilious attackgive Christmas. t Q3fr . living in Columbia for the past year," the Christian church last Sunday "fore- kChamberlam'sTablet3 a trial.- - - They day or two last week, represent ,' 4.4V here a occupying what is known as the Newby evening. Mr.' Azbill isa'very A For, Rent. ing the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance by Paull rj. it will find that druggists every- noon and You For sale residence, will remove to Sano thisl where speak well of Chamberlain's entertaining man, and many iwere- - oat are 'excellent. Drug' Co. n- week, as we are informed Cough Remedy. They, know from long to hear him, t. Fraaar. Ave- - &r. Waller. McKineey of Lwcobi cottage. experience in the sale efiit that in cases cewty vieited Mr. J. CHolkdar last ,and .wife. reaotK .Thursday nwkts 'considerable snow daughter of Mr. West Bault, of coagha and cplds it can ajwayjbe t (Rev.,John Roberts , ktf a' ia Friday! BMrahMTtbe " wied .'VU-- i -- a wmIc and they soeat "seven 1 dara --pr -i ., ' ed Columbia last Monday, At 7f, J- - mi tC sw-- . . . ' t s,, -- aI home was in the --White Oak depended apon, and that it k pleasant Theyviald:a Mnrioe ia r JjleaaeAet " huatiBg birda with very geed saccat .ITi th ' ..vja' r iv--vkj- - aadsafe 'to take. For Vie by Paull . , died one day last wee, a u mmm " r ti;re.. cs:?TmL2Ziamam ia JiavasiDcr., f church, a,large coagragatioB attaMad: iatu. . Drug Co. of censwwtiea. V as - The following invitation has been reThe Bourbon News has the following The Thanksgiving services will be ceived by a number of the contracting tobacheld this year--at the Baptist church. item which will be of interest to partie's friends of this place. The inco growers: The sermon according to our usual cusNew life has been imparted to the tended groom is a son of Rev. T. L. tom will be delivered by the last man on Hulse, known to every body in Columfield which is Rev. J. W. Weldon, tobacco growers in Kentucky since the bia, and who was quite popular with of the Methodist church. The pastor's election of James B. McCreary for the young people. The intended bride request that there be a more careful Governor. The growers have the prom- is a sister of Mrs. Hugh Noe, and visitobservance of the day, and a more ise of the Governor elect that he will ed here while the Noe family resided in general recognition of our. obligation to help them right the wrongs done them. this place, making many friends. Mr. meet at the place appointed for wor- In a letter to the tobacco groweis, Mrs. Sarah M. Van Arsdale ship at the appointed hour 10:30 a. m. McCreary promised to aid the tobacco such legrequests the honor of your presence by not only closing our places of bus- growers in every way to pass protect at the marriage of her daughter iness, bnt by also being present at the islation as will be necessary to Harvey them and enforce the law against the services. It is respectfully suggested to Tobacco Trust. With this promise dithat you all attend the services, then Mr. Edwin Gleason Hulse rect from the Governor there will be fill any social or other engagements several measures drawn up and submit- on the morning of Saturday, December that may claim your attention. the sixteenth The following is a tentative program ted to him before the Legislature meets with the request that he submit the one One thousand nine hundred and eleven of the exercises of the day: at eleven o'clock he thinks best to the Legislature along The hour 10:30 a. m. message; unless something is Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church with his "America" By the congregation. Springfield Kentucky. done to aid the grower the tobacco crop Invocation in acreage in will be greatly reduced At Home Hymn this State next season. As Mr. McLouisville Kentucky Congregation. Creary has stated since his election Scripture lesson Dan. 2:25 19. that he would end savor to carry out Card of Thanks. Anthem By the choir. his campaign pledge3, much is expected Prayer. from him in assistance from the tobacco Hymn By the congregation. I wish to thank the sisters of the growers. Offering fer the orphans' Homes. Mystic Ten for the grand banquet given Solo By Mrs. W. M. Wilson. at the home of my father, on Burkes- Presiding Elder's Appointments. ville, street, Sunday afternoon at 4 Sermon Text Isaiah 2:4 Subject Our National Opportunity -- J. W. Welo'clock. The sisters had- - prepared the don. Greensb'g ct., Hodges cb. Nov. 25;26 table with all kinds of nice delicacies. Although it was quite a surprise to me; "Nearer My God to Thee" By a male Campbellsville sta , Nov. 7 quartette. yet it was highly appreciated and quite Campbellsville ct., Nov. 9 Benediction. a number of sisters and friends present Mannsville, Mannsville Dec, By the Pastor's Association, D. H. and all report an enjoyable time. 6 Casey Creek Dec. Howerton, Secretary. Come again sisters. Columbia, Columbia Dec. Bertha Massey, W. P. Cane Valley, Cane V Dec. 1 Gradyville, Gradyville Dec. 12 To be Married This Afternoon. Tompkinsville, T'ville Dec. 7 Notice To Hunters. 0 W. T'ville, Fountain R. Dec Mr. John T. Banks, a prominent Temple Hill at T. Hill Dec. young farmer, and Miss Lura E. W. F. Hogard, P. E. I mean to protect the few birds that daughter of Mr. Solomon Colnmbia, Ky. may be found on my farm and I trust will be married this (Wednes that no one will put me to the necessiday) afternoon at 5 o'clock in the Meth-odeResidents of Columbia who have a ty of enforcing the law for trespass. church or parsonage, Cane Valley. get their The best way to avoid trouble is not to The ceremony will be performed by way of keeping ice should Camp- hunt on lands contrary to the wishes of Rev. A. Beck, pastor of the intended house ready. The ice plant at bellsville has heen destroyed and there the owner. Respectfully. bride. C. S. Harrist is no plant at Lebanon, hence Lonis-vill- e The couple will reside near Mt. is the closest plant to secure Pleasant, the intended groom owing a We may have an ice ice farm in that neighborhood. season and if one comes a sufficient The couple will receive a number of Marriage Licenses. amount should be housed to run the pseful presents. town. During the month of November, up lieThe case of Eliza Vaughan against M. C. Rankin, Commissioner of Ag- to this date, the followiug marriage Pearl Hindman, school superintendent, ready censes were issned from the Adair from Adair county, was affirmed. The riculture, has diplomas of honor to award to boys who grew 60 bushels county Clerk's office. school house in which Miss Vaughan William Taylor to Amanda M. Stotts. one acre of ground, was teaching was burned. She offered of corn or more to Lennis Loy to Annie M. Strange. 30 bushels or more to one-hato proceed with the school if the trus- or who grew Alexander Taylor to Minnie R. Jones. acre. Those who are entitled to tees would rent another house. The Marvin Matney to Virgie A. Keltner will trustees failed to act, and Miss the diplomas mentioned above O. C. Kimbler to Laura Jacknon. Miss Pearl Vaughan sued to recover the amount please hand in their names to Hindman, who will forward same. full school term. The due , is Stereopticon Entertainment. George Jessee, killed 40 birds last contains many useful Thursday in three hours hunting, only gifts. Visit us when doing your missed nine shots. shopping. A Jersey cow, two years old, fresh Reed Hardware Company. December 1st, for sale. Dr. W. F. Cortwright. 26-2- 23-2- 2-- 3 5-- 9-- 10 10-1- 16-1- 19-2- I will indict persons found hunting on. At the Presbyterian church on Wed- my premises without permission. W. F. quired nesday 8 p. m., Thursday, 7 p. m., and Sunday, 7 p. m., "Pilgrims Progress." Mr. J. W. Walker, has removed to The Wednesday evening pictures will be Judge T. A. Murrell's property, near the unique Ram's horn Blasts on "Curparsonage. rent Sins." These will also be given the Methodist at Union Presbyterian Church on FriLadies, men's and children's sweaters day evening of this week. No admis- 25 add 50c eaeh. W. L. Walker. sion, but an offering will be taken to cover expenses. Closing out all millinery at cost, HunnJ& Dohoney. 23-2- 4 Mc-Farla- Cash for Accounts and Notes Mc-Farlan- d, st man-ufactu- rd 3-- 3t. Comes easily if you place them with PERSONAL us for collection. We collect notes and accounts and look after claims any Mr. J. H. Mann, Jr., of Edmonton, where in the United States, and do not was here Sunday. make any charges unless we collect. If any body owes you, write us about Mr. J. E. Gowdy, of Gampbellsville, May's Collection 'Agency. it. was here Monday. Somerset, Ky Mrs. Lou Miller, was quite sick a day or two of last week. Who Preaches Next Sunday Mr. Tyler Marshall, CampDellsville, was here last Thursday. 45-3- m lf Union, Rev. J. R. Crawford. Cane Valley. Rev. Z. T. Williams. Columbia, Rev. D. H. How.erton Columbia, Rev. J. W. Weldon. Mr. S. N. Hancock has deen quite sick for several days. Mr, O. C. Pace, Lebanon, was here a few days of last week. 3-- It Ex-em- " n, s- -. 3t as s 4-2- been-visitin- e n, - ' 3 ' -- ! . ffA-afctrbo- -- . -- . tf,. y JAjtof W .i-iiflii. w 1 3U ;U1"rK? l i - Y ?, vir .?. 1 .. .- - . f- Sk-H-1. N.JV- - ml r'i vr 9 jrf R 'v -- &? v V .W . :p- - r v, '- Zl . i. rX- - S 9 .r 51 kjsS- - watrj ,jj ? - t - ;'. Vff lir t THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS .fc - Xf W Vi Mail Order Rouses. the inauguration. As Governor-ele- ct In 1513 the city of London only series of meetings next week at laying. It gives them a good McCaeary is a widower he had thirteen doctors. In those chance to become acquainted Mt. Zion. Shall it be with your home Sundsy school Of the Union days, days, when people became Mr. Vander Collins has been with their new home. Place a merchants, or shall you send to will have to keep bachelor quarmeeting which will convene with ters unless he takes the advice sick, that doctored themselves china egg in each nest so as to visiting hisrsick father. some larger city for your supClearspring church, Thursthe of Congressman Clayton, of Ala- with homemade medicines but guide them to the proper place School at this place is progressplies? The country is now get10 a.m. day Nov, 30th bama, who has advised Gov. treetments of various the to lay their eggs when they get Praise service, A. J. Combest. ing nicely under the manage ready. This month April hatched ting flooded with catalogues and kinds were not always to do as he had done advertisements of business con- marry Devotional exercise, P. M. ment of Mr. J. V. Dudley. a Kentucky woman and and many a sick man and woman pullets should begin laying? cerns who apparently offer great take Many of the friends have a Bryant. her to the mansion to help shu filed out into the unknowned inducements for cash from the him long face because the rooster George Blair. Quartet, by Significant Fact. rule Kentucky. world. There is no donbt that consumers to buy their supplies not W. C. Bryant Mrs. Polly 'Buf--f was put on deck, and could Harrodsburg Herrald. physicians are frequenty sent for The most significant fact in the of all kinds from them. All be thrown overboard. Montgomey. ord when it is unne3sary, but we are Greater Kentucky Convention Purpose of this meeting, J. A. I was en route to Hart county, held in Louisville last week, was they ask is for you to send them The Kentucky Legislature. very thantui that we have the the cash and they will send you Richards, R. B. Reeves. last week, and near Munfords-vill- e physican closeto us and may get resolutions adopted, the goods, out of sight and unscenery was beautiful. that the Never in our recollection has him to the sick bedside in a short talk, Robert Thanksgiving the covering all the recommenda- seen, at apparently very low there ever been a Legislature time.To livelike theydid in London There are many fine, productive Bailey, N. G. White. tions looking toward a Greater price. Suppose you stop and conelected In Kentucky which has 1513 would to say the least, keep Sermon, Rev. Nathan Murrell, farms and fine crops. Hart is a Kentucky, were passed unanyou such great opportunities before sider s moment whether fine county. I enjoyed seeing us in mortal dread of disease. It Noon 1:30 p. m. imously and by a rising vote. gain anything by buying of Governor Buckner's plantation, it as the one chosen this month. is gratifying to all of us to see Devotional exercise, L. C. When 300 men representing all these distant firms, if you are All the great problems looking the progress that is being made the Gen. who surrendered to GenYoung. the professions and the various do so. If you towards a greater Kentucky are at ail to eral Lee. the unconditional sur in medical science and in sugery business callings come together buy from catalogue houses: You A. J. Combest, AnQuartet, before it for solution. More than and to know that the brains render. Munf ordsvilleis a of derson Murrell, Loren Kell, Ma- thriving place, arid is lull of from every section of the State, pay in advance. this, these problems for the first the country are devoting much and can all agree in what is needbel Murrell. You buy the goods without time in a quarter of a century business. time to the study of human dised to make Kentucky a greater seeing them. The intention of the Bible have pressed so hard upon the ease, its cure and prevention. This Settled It. State, it is very significant and Your money is sent far from people for sttlement that they H. A. Murrell, F. P.BrySchool. and means something. The only home, You cart the goods from A bird sat upon a woman's hat ant Col. Obe Lancaster, who lives have found expression in both the diversity of opinion in the two the depot. The benefits of the Bibl on Kentucky river near the fam Democrat and Republican plat- is entirely out of place; it should days discussion of many vital You find that redress is not school, L. C. Young, T, P. Dun- ous Salt springs, is one os the When both parties be alive" and in the tree tops or forms. proposed practical was over the unsatisfactory demand the same kind of legis- in the fields, making music and for strongest Republicans in the matters, bar. change in the taxsystem. There lation in Kentucky there is no ex catching insects. In a little while Select Reading, Etta B. Bry- county. Up untii the day before was, however, no opposition to goods. You have difficulty with the cuse for the Legislature either the strong arm of the law will the election he says he firmly ant, Love Richard. submission of an amendment railroad company if the goods the ignoring or defeatingt them. If entervene and preveut any furWhy children should be in Sun- believed O'Rear would win in a to the Constitution by which if damaged in transportation any one of the various State ther slaughter of birds for use in day school, FlossielCalhoun, Sus- walk, but that an incident occur-e- d adopted, the subsequent Legis- are To a man or a You pay freight or express plans do not appeal to the individ- milinery shops. the afternoon before the balie Murrell. may make a change. Ev- charges extra. made him lature ual judgment of any member woman who loves a Reading, Lander Bryant, Mrsl loting began that ery body favored giving the peoYou pay a price that is only of the Legislature, he should that God Almighty gave to the change his opinion. He says he Mary White. ple a chance to say whether they apparently low. has a great big bronze turkey surrender his opinion to the" will world to beautify and gladden change, but If you buy of your, local dealBible school, Its obligaThe wanted to make a gobbler .that walked round the of the party, as he will then have the earth-- it is disgusting to see many who are in favor of the ers: You may receive credit. tion to tho community, Albert yard all no apoligies or explanations to the stuffed bodies of the little that afternoon crowing Bryant, Irvin Blair. submission of the question are You make actual comparisons make to his constituency. On the fellows placed upon the head-gea- r like a rooster. He says it was without further and select from a variety of style Quartet, R. 0. Cabell. W. C. particularly aggravating because not inclined, other hand a violation of party of a woman. Did it every occur light, to vote for it after it is and sizes. Bryant, Irvin Blair, Myrtle Com- the fowl looked like faith and promises to the people to the woman who wears the bird submitted. This is exactly right, best. Your money stays at home to will most likely injure if not de- orament upon her hat, that oram-ehe wanted to crow .right into the is emblematical of suffering, Concluding address, P. M. door all the time, where he could as people ought not to vote for a help build up your own com- stroy the future ambition of any thing unless they are satisfied munity. Bryant. hear him. He says after this Representative or Senator. To be of slaughter, that the men who is best for the State. But Song, God be with you Till we occured he told his neigbors that that it You can have the goods de- a member of the Legislature slay the birds would not do so if that question is not before the livered at your home. styles did not demand him to Meet again. O'Rear was" gone up" He says which meets in Frankfort in Jan- the people now. The only question The articles are easily exchang- uary will be the gratest honor bring such oraments to the . Benediction. L. C. Young. he had about made up his mind is, shall the people have a chance ed if not satisfactory. markets -- Hodgensville to work on this gobbler on that has every come to that body to say if they want a change. Cyclone. You will receive them in good in fifty years or else it means Herald. Thanksgiving day, but has decidOn that question, like all the condition, ed to keep him as an election injust the reverse. It ig a great op"Farmers are busy gathering dicator. other matters brought to the atexpress portunity and from conversations United Once More. You have no freighter :orn in this neighborhood. tention of the convention there charges to pay. with a large number of the senSaved Many Prom Death. was a unanimous opinion. This, Miss Ann Todd, who has been You get the best quality of ators and Representatives we W. L. Mock, Ark., believes he has The Democratic party in Kenin a low state of health for the saved many lives in his 23 years of ex- when coupled with the further goods at the right prices. are firmly convinced that the tucky is apparently united again past two or three months, is no perience in the drug business. "What fact that all the great questions Legislature will take advantage I always like to do he," he writes, "is upon for the first time since which the convention 1895, 'better at this writing. The Inauguration. to recommend Dr. King's New Discovof it that it will mark the dawnwhen the first division occurred Mr. Coy Dudgeon and family, ery for weak, sore lungs, hard colds, agreed are part and parcel of the ing and beginning of a Greater coughs, la grippe, faith of the Democratic and ReThe inauguration of Gov. on the first silver issue. Since of Campbellsville, were visiting hoarseness, obstinate caoup, asthma or other bronchial afmemor- Kentucky Elizabethtown News then it has weathered the storm will be the most Mr. Wm. Butler and family, last fection, for I feel sure that a number publican parties as embodied in of several fierce campaigns with of my neighbors are alive and well to- their platforms, argures well for able in the history of the state Saturday night and Sunday. Go After the Eleventh. took my advice to day because they fresh splits in all of them but at the hope that is in us that we for more reasons than one. He Mr. Jesse Sublett, of Romine-wa- s use it. I honestly believe its the best will be the first Governor to be in last the party has buried its difvisiting Mr. Frank Shepherd throat and lung medicine that's made." are on the eve of great things Easy to prove he's right. Get a trial for Kentucky and that we will augurated at the New Capitol,-anThe Dimocratc party can break ferences, relegated the false last week. bottle free, or regular 50c or $1 bottle. in all human probability will the Republican stronghold, the leaders to the rear, and one more live to see put upon the statute Rollin Todd and Miss Pink Guaraneted by Paul Drug Co. books of Kentucky before the be the last Governor from the Eleventh Congressional district lines up for 1912, presenting a Callison, of Cane Valley, were The Poultry Yard ranks 'of the old in the opinion of democrats who solid front to a demoralized enides of March what so many of rapidly-thinnin- g visiting Mr. Perry Cundiff and Market the surplus stock. us have worked for so long. E. Confederate soldiers, lnformer have studied the mountains. At emy. The whole country is wife, last Saturday night and The Caponizing season is now Govyears the inauguration of a Town News. the recent banquet given by the headed towards a nationaly victory Sunday. ended ernor of Kentucky served as a successful Democratc candidate for Democracy, and "Kentucky W. E. and D. W. Messrs. Peters Tumbledown's growing One of the most wonderful reunion of Confederate fsoldiers, to the committee which managed will do her part. Hopkinsvsille Stone, of Denison, Texas, who stock are runts. wheat yeilds ever reported is from and it is more than probable that the campaign, Dr. A, Gatliff , of Kentuckian. have been visiting friends and If we have access to road dust Walla county, Washington. It this oocasion will serve as such Williamsburg, said that he relatives in this county, for the we may take some field earth.fine is stated on reliable authority an event. The white-haire- d brought good cheer from the ElevThe farmers of one western that Brunton Bros, of Dixie, ten wearers of the gray will be in enth district. He said past two months, left for home and free from lumps. the time Kansas county have organized last week. There are several signs that miles east of Walla Walla, thresh- Frankfort on December 12 of was fast approaching when a million Bushels Wheat club and Mr. Henry Moo.e, of Cane indicate good health a bright ed from 480 acres an average of this year, for every Confederate thousands of the thinking men of proposed raise, wheat conditions Valley, was through this neigh- red comb, activity, readiness for 74 bushels of wheat per acre. A soldier who can carry a cane will the mountain section would vote permittiug, a wheat crop of a borhood this week buying tur- food, and a glossy and smooth number of farmers in the same be in town on that day, and the the Democratic ticket. He said , million bushels. Both farmers vicinity threshed as high, as sixty-fiv- e inaugural parade this year will keys for R. B. Wilson at 11 cts appearence of the feathers. . that ignorance was mainly re- and buisness men have joined the bushels per acre. Jeknins be unequaled in the history of sponsible pound. The news roads have made it a pet for the overwhelming club. The work of the club is to difficult for out chicks, club and red chaff were the var- the Capitol. A distinctive feat-ur- e Republicanism of the Eleventh Mr. Ernest Cundiff was in little more study the best methods, and to will be the bodyguard of the district and that had Gov. but almost always there are little ieties mostly raised. McMill town on business last week. assist members in selecting and His carrage will Creary, Judge Mc. Dermott and Andrew Canegie casually do Governor-elec- t. Cundiff and family places where we can find some. Mr. Finis obtaining the best seed. Under no circumstances should nated twenty five million of dol be surrounded by the McCreary others made a few more speeches of Cane Valley, were visiting atMr. J. R. Cundiff 's last week. an unhealthy bird be allowed a lars as though it was as many j Guards, and not college men, as in this section there is no telling Hartley as Bad as Thai. place in the breeding pen, since cents. It may be a wise donation was the case of Gov. Wilson four what might have been the result WE. Squires bought 1 horse such can not fail to have ex- but we must admit we can not years ago. Instead of the colthere1. He said the Democrats from 0. P. Hancock for.$125. tremely injurious effect on ,the see just where the world is to ben- lege yell, there will be the rebel had neglected this section of the The boy whose business it was to progeny. efit by the vast sum. It would yell, and instead of flags State too long and what was answer the telephone rushed into Crocus. 1 like the wire nest in the hen have been better,if he had spent will be flags of the needed wa to educate the people the room of the senior partner. there away the that $25,000, 000 to erect "model American Republic. house. I have thrown Another to Democratic principles. He said Just got a message sayiny Mr. G. W. Collins, who is on fralky insect harboring wooden tenements in New York City or feature of the parade that will the sterling Democrats of that that your house was on fire," he the sick list, is improving. boxes. One can put three wire found hospitals or provided attract attention will be the del section had sent up the Macedo- said." Dear me," returned the Mr. T. F. Collins and wife nests in the space usually occu- breathing space for the poor of egation frdm Madison county. nian cry, " come help us." He senior-partnein a bewildered were visiting G. W. Collins, last pied by a wooden box. and there the big city . Libraries are luxu- Ope thousand people fwill come said unless something was done sort of way "I krew my wife was week. is a not a place in or 'around the ries and too many persons in this down from Madison county to the day would come when the pretty hot about something when - Mr." W. E.Huddlefon is erect wire nests for miteij to live. country lack the necessities of join in the parade. Many of mountain section would rule the left home this morning, I but I ing a new residence. Place the pullets m their' win- - life,througt no fault of their own them will ride through on horse- rest of the State. He said the didn't think it was so bad to set ' ;Mr. EdwareL Aaronlegihs a ter Quarters, befoi ce they start Frankfort News. from Madison -- county to fight should be kept up. back the house onfire!"-stra- y Program. Mc-Crea- ry life-savi- ng K 4 in-clin- ed -- bird-creat- ure dod-gast- ed ! nt mil-iline- ry Mc-Crea- ry d I of-Harva- r, ; r&- - t' r' t. s v & l , ww i& .'-- -. liMli i-HI J 1fl WEIGHED THE ELEPHANT. A Problem Which a Hindu Prince Was Able to Solve. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS PERU.1 FUNERAL TORTURE. Ways of ths Wives When a Bororo Indian Dies. On the death of a' Bororo Indian the wife tears out handfuls of her hair and throws it on his corpse, says a writer in the July Wide World Magazine. At intervals during the first day after his death she shakes him, at. though wishing to bring him back to life, and- - kisses his cold brofc. Her efforts beng in vain, she retires and the Baire approaches. He proclaims that the man has died for the sins he committed during his life. Then the relatives paint his body with "urucu," an ointment made out of the root of a wild tropical plant. Gorgeous feathers of the most varied hues are then strewn over him, and the corpse is wrapped up in a matting of straw. The moment before the burial the wives approach one after the other and cover his feet with the blood dropping from the wounds and gashes they have inflicted on their backs and arms. This ceremony is followed by another. Three Indians appear dressed in the clothes if the few rags they wear can be called thus of the dead man and begin singing and dancing. In the meantime the corpse is carried to the "Bahyto," a huge mound in the center of the colony, and should the dancing and singing Indians become tired before it is reached three others take their places. The body lies on the mound three days. Then the Baire goes to the mound and, seating himself at the foot of the dead man. Is supposed to receive his soul in keeping. FOUR IN OLD THE DEATH DICE. UiuuuuiiutauiUiiUiuuiuuiiuuuuiuuuuuuuuitum There Is a story often told in India of Shajee, a Hindu prince, wbo on a certain occasion showed himself almost as clever as Archimedes. A high official had made a vow that he would distribute to the poor the weight of his own elephant in silver money. But the great difficulty that at Grsfr presented itself was the mode of ascertaining what this weight really was. All the learned and clever men of the court seemed to uave endeavored in vain to construct a machine of sufficient power to weigh the elephant. At length Shajee came forward'and suggested a plan which was simple and yet ingenious in the highest degree. He caused the unwieldy animal to be conducted along a stage specially made for the purpose by the waterside into a flat bottomed boat. Then, having marked on the boat the height to which the water reached after the elephant had weighed it down, the latter was taken out and stones substituted in sufficient quantity to hold the boat to the same line. The stones were then taken to the scales, and thus, to the amazement of the court, was ascertained the true weight of the elephant Exchange. FIGHTING In J The Mystic Number About Which Centered All Their Beliefs. The Peruvians cared nothing for any of the supposed mystic properties of either three, five or seven. To them the four was sacred, and around it they intwined the main features of all their religious ceremonies and queer beliefs. They believed the earth to be a square divided into four parts and suspended from the heavens by four cords, one at each of the four corners. All of their cities were quartered by four principal streets running from a square in the center. They held four annual feasts in honor of the moon, the "silver sister of the sun." To them eternity was to be divided into four periods of time, each com posed of four times 4,000 years, and at the end of each of these cycles the sun was io be blotted out of existence. They prayed to the four winds, or to "ye gods that dwell at the four corners of the earth." To them the rains came from four enormous heavenly turtles that vomited dampness, and the four winds from the lungs of the four gigantic caryatids which stand at the four cardinal points of paradise. The above are but a small portion of the fours alluded to in the legends of the Incas. .FISH. the Rage of Battle They Turn From Dull to Brilliant Colors. In the gardens of Singapore it is the custom to stock the ponds with all THE BRAIN JN SLEEP. manner of queer Gshes. many of them of the Gghting variety so dear to the heart of the orientals. This species of Changes In the Volume of Blood Cirfish is so combative that it is only necculation When We Dream. essary to place two of them near each Dreams are due to an increase of other! like fighting cocks, and perhaps sensation and circulation over that to irritate them a little to bring on a which exists in profound sleep. Obserlively conflict. vations made upon patients with craThey at once charge each other with nial defects show that when we are fins erect, at the same time changing dreaming the brain is greater in. volcolor in their excitement from the dull- ume than in deep sleep and less than est of gray greens to brilliant reds and when we are awake. Thus this interIndeed, confinement in close quarters is not needed to arouse their combative propensities. Place two glass jars close together, with one of these fighting fish in each and they will at once swim round and endeavor to charge each other through the interposed glass. Even a single Ohh seeing himself reflected in a mirror will dart at his own image and. irritated all the more by his failure lo reach his supposed enemy, will assume the most brilliant Seeing his reflected antagonist hue5!. do the same, he will redouble his efforts to reach him. Exchange. blues. mediate volume of blood would indicate that dreams are an intermediate stage between unconsciousness and wakefulness, and their incomplete and irregular intelligence would indicate the same thing. This increased circulation is usually due to sensory stimulation affecting the vasomotor center and causing a return of blood to the head, with resultant increased consciousness. Contrary to popular belief, dreams in themselves do not contribute to light or broken sleep in which they are present Such a condition is due to the ever present stimuli, which according to their strength or the degree of irritability of the cells, maintain even in sleep a varying degree of consciousness of which the dreams are merely a manifestation. Therefore the fatiguing effect often also attributed to dreams is not due to them, but to the lighter degree of sleep and less complete cell restoration which they accompany and which are due to some irritation. Atlantic. -- Photographs For Lawsuits. One call for services a professional photographer dislikes above all others and that is to get an order for a picture that is to be used as evidence in a lawsuit The photographers who are most in demand for this purpose are the busiest ones, those who make a specialty of taking pictures of news events for the papers and magazines. When any one wants photographic evidence he is likely to remember the name of some firm of professionals that he has seen often in print and asks them to do the job. "We wouldn't mind that sort of work so much if taking the picture was all that there was to it." said one of these picture men. "We get $3 or ?5 for the picture. Later we get a subpoena, and we have to send to court the man that took it, to swear that he recognizes his work, that he took the picture, that he never was arrested and a lot of other fool stuff that uses up a day's lime. Therefore we never touch such a job knowingly." New York Sun. A Curious Locomotive. railway is The Darjeeling-Himalaya- s one of the most curious in the world, It is of two foot gauge and on ac- count of the steepness is full of loops, curves and spirals, many of the curves having only seventy feet radius. Some of the gradients are as high as one A special type of foot in twenty-eiglocomotive, the Garratt had to be made for it at Manchester. This locomotive was required by the specifications to be able to travel on reverse curves not exceeding sixty feet radi-- . us, with only twenty feet of length of tangent between the curves. The engine consists of a frame supported at each end by four wheeled bogies, each of which is described as a miniature locomotive without boiler. The boiler is carried on the frame between the bogies. Youth's Companion. ht ! A Bitter "experience is a wonderful teacher. No doubt the young lady of whom London Ideas tells had often been told that she ought to wear glasses, but had neglected or refused Painful Mistake. in her eye. however, as she marched into the optician's shop. "I want a pair of glasses immediately," she said, "good, stroug ones. I won't be without them for another day!" "Good, strong oues?" ' "Yes. please. 1 was out in the country yesterday, and 1 made a very painful blunder, which I have no wish -- to do so. There was a most determined look . j j j "Indeed! ilistook an entire stranger for an old friend, perhaps?" "No, nothing of the sort I mistook a bumblebee for a blackberry." Life In Persian Oases. Dr. Sven nedin, describing his overland journey to India across the Persian desert, gives a graphic account of the oases where his party occasionally camped under palm trees. There the singing birds which twitter during the day are silent at night, but the "song of the desert" is continued during the hours of darkness by the melancholy serenade of the jackals. These oases are infested by three objectionable and dangerous inhabitants a deadly snake, black and white scorpions and a poisonous tarantula spider, which, although it lives out in the desert, is attracted to the oases by the light -- of the campfires. Her Self Sacrifice. "She's awfully self sacrificing." "How do you make that out?" "Well, she stayed at home from church Sunday to sit up with a sick woman." "Huh! She isn't a regular churchgoer. I don't see anything self sacrificing in that" "You don't? But, my dear, she had a new gown and a new hat that bad just arrived Saturday night" Cleveland Plain Dealer. Real Ingratitude. "Republics are ungrateful," said the ready made philosopher. "Perhaps." replied Mr. Chuggins. "but if you want a taste of real ingratitude take a party of friends out for an automobile ride and listen to their sarcastic remarks if you happen down." Washington Star. to-bre- to repeat." i Both Wrong. Sandy and his master drove up to the small station as the train approach ed., "Here's yer train, sir," said San dy. "That is not my train." replied the master, who had his own ideas about correct speech. "But it's the train I am going by." But it happened to. be a special train and didn't stop at the station, whereupon Sandy exclaimed, "We're baith wrang. for it's neither your train nor the ane ye're gaun by. but It's the ane that's gane by you." j j fcl Betrayed. "Say. mamma, can Anna see In the dark. like a cat?' "Why. child, what makes you ask such a question?" "Oh. last night when Cousin Carl was here I heSTrd Anna say in the dark room. You must really shave oftener, Carl. "Exchange. Better. "Your wife never sings any more. Did she lose her voice?" "No: she found her senses." Toledo Blade. History of an Odd Gift oFthe Emperor of Germany. There is shown In the Hohenzollern museum a gift of the emperor of Germany, the "death dice," with which one of his ancestors decided a difficult case in the seventeenth century. Their history is an interesting one. A young girl had been murdered. Suspicion fell upon two soldiers, Ralph and Alfred, who were suitors for her hand. Both the accused men denied their guilt, and even torture failed to extract a confession from either of : them. Then Elector Frederick William decided to out the knot by means of the dice box. The two soldiers should throw for their lives and the loser should be executed as the murderer. The event was celebrated with great pomp and solemnity. Ralph had the first chance and threw sixes, the highest possible nums ber. Q'he dice then given to Alfred. lie fell on his knees and prayed aloud: "Almighty God. thou Which he is knovet I am innocent Protect me, I beseech thee!" Then he arose to his feet and threw 50 off. carried over one the dice with such force that one of tbem broke. The whole one showed six, the broken one also gave six on 15 lbs for one dollar the larger portion, and the fragment Hog Lard 50 lbs for split off showed one. This was a $6.25 total of thirteen, one beyond Ralph's Best per bbl 4.75 throw. The audience held its breath OLD SAMOAN MATS. in amazement. Second 4.25 "God has ppoken," cried the prince. Precious Heirlooms That Are TreasRalph, appalled by Avhat he regarded ured by the Natives. Lard both Among the curious customs of the as a sign from heaven, confessed his making heirlooms guilt and was sentenced to death. Samoans is that of give wire wire of mats. By some simple process of reasoning the mat has come tobe idenfence Lowest Prices. IN FLIGHT. AN ALBATROSS will pay tified with the family, as the hearthyou to me before buying. stone is traditionally sacred among the The Camera Caught a Motion the Eye Saxon race. Could Not Discern. Ten carloads of The Samoan mats are really fine An interesting application of photogspecimens of art The people esteem raphy to settle a disputed point in prices defy them much more highly than any ar- natural history was made by a naturalist ticle of European manufacture, and will give You Buy on a voyage from British Columthe older they are the more they are bia to San Francisco. regarded. Some of them have names from me will A large albatross had been followknown all over the Samoan group. ing the steamer and keeping pace with you or if for several hours, and the wonder The oldest is 'Called Moe-- e Fui-Fuamong the creep- grew among the watchers on board "The man that slept ers." It got this title by reason of the the ship as to how the bird was able fact that it had been hidden away for to fly so swiftly while apparently 1 years among the creeping convolvulus keeping its wings extended without that grows wild along the seashore. It flapping them. As this is a common is known to be 200 years old, as the method of flight with the albatross, the names of its owners during that pe- explanation used to be offered that the Bone riod can be traced. reliable birfl took advantage of slight winds The possession of one of these old and air currents and was so able to you moneys And you mats gives the owner great power in glide upon what might be called atfact, it is a title deed to rank and prop- mospheric slopes. you me Also, erty, from the Samoan standpoint, says As the albatross sailed alongside the Uarper's Weekly. It is no matter if ship, about fifteen feet away, the natLime and Cement. the mats are tattered and worn out. uralist snapped his camera at it and Their antiquity is their value, and for obtained a photograph that astonished I will of all some of the most cherished of them him and his fellow passengers. large sums of money would be refused. pay cash for now "paying 5c The photograph revealed, what no eye had caught, the wings of the albaper more A Bitter Controversy. esle. tross, each some five feet loug, raised controversy high above its back, in the act of makThe Shakespeare-Baco- n formed the subject of debate at a well ing a downward stroke. The explanaARE YOU WITH ME? known theatrical school not 'long ago. tion naturally suggested was that On both sides the orators were would more or less frequently the bird must be actresses, and pro and con the dis- have made a stroke of this kind with cussion was feminine and furious. It its wings, although the eye could not seemed at first that the ardent par- detect the motion, and that the camera tisanship of the fair opponents would chanced to be snapped at just the right preclude the possibility of harmonious moment Boston Globe.s conclusion. But the last speaker, in the nervousness of her first public Ancient Greeks Had Trades. speech, suggested common ground. In the days ot their greatest pros"Ladies," she said, speaking rapidly, perity the Greeks probably excelled all "I think there has been much misap- other nations in the variety and excelprehension as to the real truth of the lence ot their manufactures. Their Baconian theory. 1 stand ready to sons were often the great scientists of show that the great plays we know their age, for Thales ot Miletus, one so well were written not by Shakemen of antiquity," speare or by Bacon, but by Bacon and of the "seven wise was an oil merchant; Socrates was a Shakespeare in collision!" stone mason, who. like Hugh Miller, Amid laughter and applause the dequarry and bench to become ?i!!!mH!!H!HH!!R!mn!H!!n!!!!nimn!fn!m!!HH!i!!in!K bate was declared a tie. New York left the the teacher of nobles; Aristotle comTribune. pounded drugs while trying to solve his "problems." apparently proposed was not a candiate for office, he The president Voted. Hired Crowns. by other tradesmen, artists, musicians, To economical minds there must be a is today. certain waste implied in the making architects and engineers; Plato and Solon had callings as well as studies of a new crown for every queen. Yet So. too. all The President got to vote after this has been the rule. Queen Alexan- - I and political activities. WorRs BOth Ways were soldiers, and few men in Athens dra and Queen Victoria both had phaall. A lot of red tape was neccrowns made for them, and it was failed to take their places in the Queen Adelaide who was the first to lanx or galley when Athens called on essary, but the president was berebel against a hired crown. "I will her sons to battle. Charles Winslow persistent, and on November 7th President Taft was angered not wear a hired crown." she said to Hall in National Magazine. the minister who was discussing the he cast his ballot in old Cincin- cause Congressman Littleton of Liberty and Independence. you think it matter with her. "Do Wheu the presidential struggle be- nati. Andthereby hangs a tale. New York, spoke in condemnaright 1 should?" "Madam, the Tate tween Clay and Jackson was at its king (George IV.) wore one." "Well, I Six years ago Mr. Taf t made tion of the Sherman law at the will not 1 do nof like it 1 have height It is related that a band of jewels enough to make one for my- emigrants from Kentucky and the then at Akron, O.' in which he de- same banquet board at which he self." "In that case." interposed the other western states commenced to king, "they will have to pay for the settle on the north side of the Missouri nounced the notorious Cox mac-hine.- was to speak in its defense. setting." "No. no." replied Adelaide. river and failed their county Clay and CincinnatiHe said he could the President had himself pro "1 will payt for it all myself." And the connty seat Liberty. At the huine time another lot of emithis was the course tidopted. London great pleasure in voting tected the dignity of his office, by grants from Virginia and other south- take Chronicle. ern states pitched their tents on the against it He declaired this foul refraining from talking politics south side of the Big Muddy and called republican machine was a stench One Cell Animals. on his trip through the west, his Only one cell animals which have no their county Jackson and the capital all good citizens displeasure at Mr. Littleton's differentiation are immortal and nev- Independence. And so it remains to in the nostrils of er grow old. Physical immortality, this day. Clay stood for liberty and The" people of Ohio, realized action might have been in better deathless youth, is possible, but you Jackson for independence. that William H. Taft was telling taste: But he had just traveled must be an infusorian or a yeast plant The Cautious Tailor. to attain it. and one wouldn't even be the truth, .and they applauded 15,270 miles; been seen by near-fi- ve "Now. look here. Snipperton." pleada clam or n jellyfish for the price. The process has no limits any more ed Hackley. "why can't you be patient him vigorously and with the million people, and made 306 than it has beginnings. Life is just with his old bhT of yours? I'm going speeches, to an aggregate auto be married shortly to a girl who's utmost sincerity. s that, dying that may live, whether it be the single cell worth her weight in gold." On Tuesday Mr. Taft voted for dience of approximatelyl,555,00 "That's ail right Mr. Hackley," rer the body. Dr. Woods Hutchinson In still people. Appearently the Presturned Snipperton. "but fs she going the Cox machiue, which is Flamptdn's. to be worth my wait in gold? How the disgraceful alliance of politic ident disired that only his side much does she weigh?" Judge? Tough Luck. corrupt business and the brothels of public questions should be "Tough luck Jipson had." In the Good Old Oays. happened?" "What 1905. The Presi- heard. If the President chooses to Of course the old fashioned belle that is was in "In order to keep his cook he told her she might have the use of his may have walked barefoot halfway dent also indorsed the can-dia- te go on the stump, he must not exto church to keep from spoiling her touring car two afternoons of the Cox machine on the pect that he can do all the Sunday shoes, but she didn't put her "Well?" "conditions had talking himself. The concensus of "Yesterday she eloped with- - the coiffure In the bureau, drawer when ground that sue went to bed. Galveston News. chauffeur." Birmingham Woodson Lewis TheNgreat Green River Merchan- dise Distributor, has just Received a Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - f f H ing, Shoes &c. box-wa- 1 offering at Popular prices. Suits at Third Sugar Pure Pattent Flour Pat. and Flour Satisfaction, at Guaranteed to and It consult i, the best Fertilizers at competition and that satisfaction. that your Fertilizer and'you always know what bought. Have a Full Stock of Fertilizers they are get worth. want. Write what Salt, yourcrop wheat and buy it, am bushel than anyone Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS ;greensburg, ky. -- in If one-thir- d two-third- -- Age-Heral- d, At the Literary Club.' "Maria, what was done at the meeting of your literary club last night?" Ab act of yours is not simply the "We fined Mrs. Chillicon-Kearne- y 95 Jtifag yom ie, but it is also the way ye lulgence deprives a man of ev- - for accaslng Mrs. Highmtw of c t4T Phillina- o Tribune. 4 t bridge."-rJhicthat might make him great iM Taking Him Up. You've been begging. Policeman Now. you just accompany me. Organ grinder With pleasure, sir. What song woald you like? Pele?Mele. ' Another Discovery. "Shakespeare was one of the ablest of brokers." -J "How do you make that- - out V."By the number of stock quotations kefurnlshed." New York Times.- - N, Wf 4 X af ih.-WfH- riAll bettor L call that man Idle wbo might Of wtoyd.--&efatM. substantially changed." whatever the President was to, it was not the Cox machine, for it had remained as foul as ever. The only change vsiable to observers is.that, whereas six years ago Mr. Taft al-lued- opinion is that if the dignity of office of President was not in jured by Mr. Taft in making a the political speech, while a guest at a banquet, it was not injured by Mr. Littleton on the same subject discussed e President. by-th- iA LrfA. r1 r: v Ji kfc' iTi-ft- HI" it ? . i ft, '? 7 & . ..v vy F '.-. "- - ft S . it-- - 1 SSTV ft-- a ' .? T c M P.VfVv. ' t2 V "5k. jrV? . a 'HP THE ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS COUNTY HEWS have some difficulty in getting their seats. Published Every Wednesday KB BY t . TIE -- The time and place for holding Adair County News Company, ( INCORPORATED.) the NationalSDemocratic conven- CHAS. S. HARRIS s t - tion will be settled at a meeting to be held by the committee, in January 8, EDITOR. Washington, D. C, Jackson's Day. A large number of Kentucky boys, members of corn growing sec- - clubs, who grew fifty Or more , ... i , Dusneis to tne acre, win De given Democratic newspaper devoted to the Interest ol the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent counties. NOTICE I,. Entered at the Columbia ad class mall matter. Post-offi- ce as ... WED. V jStOV.? 29. 1911, diplomas signed by Gov. Wilson. Mc-Creary's t. . Henry Clay Beattie, who murdered his young wife in Virginia last July, paid the penalty of his crime in the electric chair last Friday morning. He was dead in one minute after the current was turned on. He left a signed statement that he was guilty. He leaves an aged father, a brother and a six month's old son, the girl wife he murdered being its mother. Beattie's father is said to be wealthy. INAUGURAL INVITATION. The plans for' Governor inaugural have been completed. It is said that one ladison thousand people of county will attend. Two men were killed in a fire at Middlesboro, last week. It was estimated that the fire destroyed $25,000 worth of t tf "W property. have one of the best lines of Men's Shoes, and Mens' and Womens' Rubber Goods that we are selling at the most Remarkable Prices of any one. We are selling all our Calicoes at 5c per yard. We will sell all our Clothing and Overcoats at very close prices in order to reduce our stock before invoice. It will pay you to see our goods before buying. We also give absolutely free with each $25.00 (CASH Pur chase, a nice Rocker or Clock worth $2.50. . Yours for Business. W-- e Eight Jurors in the McNama-r- a trial at Los Angeles were secured up to Saturday night, Longstreet. - M V "V- h-- p& : !-- . r i. Ik' t IS.V ,i 4 M ..J:V aged and much respected citizen, ther, Mr. D. P. Rice, last SunVester. died at the home of his son, Mr. day. Thanksgiving services will be J. B. Morgan, on the 20th. He We are glad to report that Mr. Miss Clara Robertson spent held at the Christian church and was born Nov., 29th, 1829, and A. S. Burton has about recover- last week with her cousin, Miss will be conducted either by Rev. was married to. Miss Missouri ed. Judelle Robertson. W. K. Azbill, or Rev. Z. T. WilKeeton, Nov , the 1st, 1850. To Mr. G. C. Russell has a full Miss Malinda Cofer and Mr. liams. There ahould be a large i this union thirteen children were Chester Dooley were visiting line dry goods now. attendance. born, five of whom are dead. Mrs. M. J. Cofer, and Mrs. FanTen years ago we had at this Mr. Ingram Robertson is in Of those who survive, J. B. and nie Burton, of near Absher, last Green county this week. place four skillful medical DoctU. P. Morgan, Mrs. Mary Wheat, Saturday night and Sunday. ors, these were Dr. .S. W, Miss Nannie East was shopMrs. William Melson and Mrs. Blair S. P. MilStrange William Preacher Blakey filled his reg- ping here a few days ago. Ed Gifford, live in this commuler and W. S. Taylor. The first ular appointment at Bear Wallow Farmers are about through nity, and J. T. and S. M, Mornamed died, the second lies on a Saturday night and gathering corn. church, last gan and Mrs. Ida Phipps, live in affliction, the other two bed of Sunday. He is a fine preacher, Misses Bertha and Audra DilTexas. He had been a member gentlemen moved away: So we and we had good services and lingham, spent Saturday night of the Baptist church for over good attendance. Rev. Blakey have been without a doctor for at W. A. Humphress'. sixty years, and "died in the sometime but we have recently was assisted by Revs. Joe Turtriumphs of a Christian faith. Mr. Thulbert Walker visited received and adopted an enerner and Jim Burton. his brother, Mr. Charley Walker, Mrs. Ball Antle is very sick at getic and well educated young Miss Oma Whited returned last Saturday. M. D. in the person'of Dr. Bow-li- this writing. home last Saturdav. from near Mrs. Jno. M. Rule, has returnMessrs. Bryan and Willie Blaif late of Jamestown, Russell Cane VaUey where she has been ed from Russell Springs. Co. He comes well recommend-- , will leave for Texas in a short for the past five week.. Mr. Bun Rice was in Cambells-vill- e ed and we believe he will supply time. We are glad to report that a few days ago. Messrs. Morgan and Franklin Mrs. a long felt need. Sillar Burton's little son, Owing to the inclemency of will start a saw mill on J. W. Hog killing is the order here. Ned, is some better. at this writthe weather Bro. Piercy, our Vaughn's farm, in a short time. ing. Mr. W. H. Absher was at s was new Methodist minister Kansas, were found guilty and There were several drummers Camp Knox a few days ago. Powell, Neb. R. L. Wade, visited the bright greeted by a rather small audigiven a year each in the Pen calling on our merchants at VesMrs. R. L. Dillingham is quite est jewel, that J. F. Hughes has ence, but those who heard him itentiary. The third man was ter, last week. sick at this writing. Sunday liked his sermon and it is believ Nov., 20, 1911. acquitted. Four of the party in his posession, last Miss Annie Sharp was the Mr. Clem Burton, of this place, ed that the church will be well Editor News: confessed and they were given a evening. Please find enclosed $1 to ap- made a business trip to Camp- - pleasant guest of Miss Annie Joe Tarter and wife, visited pleased with him. year each in jail. Robertson, Sunday. G. C. Brown, last Sunday. We note that our Uncle Sam- ply on my subscription and ex- bellsville, last week. receiving tend my time to October the People are busy gathering Figures made known last Wed-- 1 W,M. Wilson, harvested his uel has s man around cornint.Js neighborhood. nesday by the Census Bureau large pumpkins which he had bids on his star mail route, now 11th, 1912. $12,- Several from this place attendshow the value of Kentucky saved for seed, and on a careful let every fool that wants a him- - I was glad to see that Ken route for $300 help 00 mail tucky rooster, even if he had ed the foot washing at Oak - - horses and mules to be $71,974,26 examination found that the seed self. That's the way everybody been on cold , storage for four Grove, last Sunday. tv Iowa leads in value of draft an - had sprouted filling the entire 4 rich, by purchasing things years. imuls wriilpTPYns ipnHc j,n nth. vacancy therein, with a cluster gets Absher. at less than they are worth. We nave had a very poor sea or ctatoa in tha niimhor and iral- - of VOUnff tender vines. H C. Hendson and family, son in southeastern Nebraska, The turkevs will live fat until ..:. no f ;tc mnioc . tliey this year, although there was Mrs. S. R. Thomas' condition the 30th. inst. it being Thanks- - j again resides at this place, have recently remove d to their enough raised to feed the people remains about the same. The steamship Prinz Joachim giving. part of this and stock, and some to sell. We Little Johnny D. son of Mrs. went ashore on the rocks off S.a- - j Rev. J.- - B. Grider, filled his reg- - j Property m the lower at Clear town- had a dry subsoil last spring to Mattie Martin is on the sick list. mana Island, 200 miles north of ular appointment start in on, and we did not get Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Thomas .Haiti last Wednesday. William Spring, last Saturday and Sun - j Crocus. , enough rain through the spring and children visited relatives and J. Bryan, his wife and grand- - day. to wet the subsoil, friends' here a few days ago. The building commitee reports child, with a party of eighty CollinS) who n was and summer Q ' ( 1" tne nouse almost paid lor ana ;; very sick a few days ago, is im-- This fall every thing looks good. Misses Zella East and Bertha seven tourists, were on board. will be ready for dedication on There is a good crop of wheat Martin spent Saturday and Sunproving slowly. It was reported in. Washington the Isi Sunday in Dec. Every- Lawrence Hadley, who has put in, and it is looking fine. day with Miss Eula Martin. j added body cordially invited to be pres- that President Taft had was glad to see that letter in Mr. W. A. Humphress' two for several I ,. been in Missouri 'f!,1 th4 News from Mrs. B. W. Car-te- r, daughters, Ella and Sylvia visit.Qqyernor Willson and Judge 1 months, returned- - home a few $sjORear, of Kentucky, to' hisijist of Iowa, ast well, as all other ed at Hi B. Robertson's, Sunday. ,' days ago.v iJi. Iv. le'tters fronifall parli of the coiin- - Also Mn Howard Eussell. iof eligibles for appointment stp Mr':3ElirGtant iV?on-the sicJk r 'fillthe vacancy made by, .the missEssie Triplett was at We are Makisg Cit Frices ei all Ladii ;,.rv ;. list, ;( '? s. &?- homejastSaturday and Sunday. and. Misses Salts a Cloaks. "'5mtxj rsir. oiWi'i: .aut Ucrtr,v V: -- wu...XVeV. iiUW..U xxi.wxx old friendsiiiAdair county for - -w s RUSSELL & GO. r j;Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather-for- d ductine aseries pi meetingsrat . T. Jfi If there are representatives f &' w,t.iirwmr)fTi'yf tne Kina"treaTOifnt,i;nex,gaye me twere visiting the former's rfeiZierifiurch1 firother-Aaron- , elect to the Kentucky Legislat"ft Born, to the wife of Bob Smith, t) f isa successful ireyivalist, and we thereStfafcit Yburi?'.w5h father, Saturday and Sunday. tit.2oth, a son. ure who have failed to file their wfiir A. are- expecting good results. Mr. E.;S. Rice and, sister, Mr. Sera, to the of election with tfiej certificate pest wishes for success)) ' j, h. nssom. G. C. Russell, visited their fa- - Ozark, on'tbe i Secretary; of State; they may Mri Anderaon Morgan, an " The Inauguration of James B. McCreary, as Governor, and EdThe health of this community ward J. McDermott, as Lieuten- is good at the present. ant Governor, will take place at Corn gathering is the order- - of 'the Capitol, Frankfort, at noon the day, the yeild being far d on Tuesday, December 12, 1911. expectations. All Kentuckians, regardless of W. M. Wilson gathered his pop party affiliation, are most corcorn and it was actually poped dially invited to attend the cer- by the sun on the cob. 1 J T emonies incident to tne inaugu-- 1 Horn to the wife of It. u. Tation. Brown, on Nov. 1th a girl, fJlubs and other bodies that .though he says it is a Democrat wish to participate should notify the Executive Committee as soon just the same. as possible, in order that they j We all walked to the polls Nov. may be assigned positions in the the 7th with smiles upon our parade. Signed by Citizen's faces, we cast our votes and in joy we knew that McCreary had Committee of Frankfort. won the race in company with The official vote of the State in the rest of the ticket. the recent election has been giv- K Brown bought a young en out. The returns show that U fecently from w w Gov-- 1 435,616 votes were cast for Qwens Pernor, McCreary receiving 226,- Rev. Jas. Wade, will soon 1 AeZ and O'Rear 195,436. . The, turn to the Bible University at Socialist candidate polled 8,718 Louisville, 1 votes. McCreary 's p 1 u r a ... y, Foley Bros' are doing good 31,335. Mr. Garnett's majority work with their grist milL over his opponent, 32,062. H. H. Foley, is inquiring !! has "Two of the men charged with amons the boys that tarring Miss Chamberlain, apossum dogs' and he willing to follow them in school teacher at Lincoln Center, iheis be-on- Paffeson & Dennev. M m srca kS tt?T CyrE JC T& if Jt J MXfr1. Glensfork. i1 f i re-77- i n, , ' f gd i I 1 ! : t I ( i i j j ! t - ; I f 1 ! ! , - 'rf.-j.fv- ; '; jm cl,, yMm&iS -- j-, rwlIobynkMalf& -- - - -- .w '." f ir i ? A- v't-- . v J 4 '"--t TaA!.-.i-- ,A V: " -- i.. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS v .There .was some outrageous conduct ;home and friends here, last week. "indulged in here Monday night by un-Cum Hans, has been-- bad sick known parties, who should be severely dealt with if their identity should be for several weelcs. juhade known. They went to the jai Bill Murphy, has gone to Camp-bellsvill- e, vlot, pulled up a bunch of apple trees, this week after his cut down a favorite maple tree for Mr. Tim Collins, and removed Dr. J. N. new gasoline mill. Page's gate from its hinges. It was an There is meeting going on at outrage that the people of Columbia are condemning in no uncertain tones. Oak Grove this week, brother "i: mm M xm Guns And Ammunition ., 32 m Mrs. Bill Murphy, is on the sick list. The health of this neighborOn Nov. 10 thef children, grand hood is not very good at pres- children and a fewlfriends went ent. Colds and pneumonia are in on uncle James F. Helm, it ' Owcnsby. Nathan Antje and Milton Hadley. iJt.V 54, -- t - quite prevalent. Some of the farmers are done gathering corn, while others are nearly so. The yield is good upon an average. Mr. Sam Coffey is on the sick list at the present time. .Opossum and coon hunting is the go among the boys in this neck of the woods. Mr. Sampson Antle and wife, of Montpelier, visited at D. G. Grider'sl and J. M. Sims', lately. . being his 77 birthday, and gave him a good dinner after which the writer read the 34 Psalm and prayed, then came a good talkfrom brother Helm, he said he had been married 56 years. He and wife gave their hearts to God while young, now as they grow olders they are trying to -- t LOUISVILLE Latest Quotations -- -4 Cook Stoves and Heaters Sad les, Harness, etc. m i n get closer to God so that their last days may be their best ones. God bless you old friends. Brain Leaks The Jeffries Hardware Sfors. liSiliSiliiiiiSilililBPIiiiSiSiSHffiiiSiiSiSHSiSii MARKETS. on Live Stock Mr. Orlie Holt is confined to his room with fever. A good book is a personal Mr. LeeCalhoun, of Montpe- friend. lier, was here one day last week, Faith has lightened many a buying fur. heart through the dark place. He who sins expecting forgive-nesOn November the 18th, 1911, is going to experience dis the grim reaper of death entered the home"of Mr. and Mrs. Elihu appointment. There are multitudes of good Collins, and took from them their loving little daughter, Cal-li- stories tellers; what is needed is aged 7 years, 4 months and 7 more good listeners. A lot of men think they are days. All that loving hands and medical skill could do, was done, progressing when they are really but to no avail, for God saw fit running around in circles. A square meal will have more to call little Callie to the home prepared for His children. The influence on a starving man than funeral was preached in Bethel a freight car full of tracts. When a man wants to find an church by Rev. Tarter, in a s m PAY EXPRESS. e, CATTLE Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows Cutters Canners Bulls Feeders $5.255.5 4.755.50 4754.85 2.5o3.75 1.252.50 ORDER YOUR CLOTHES BY NAIL FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. We Handle None But the Best. Our stocks are so large that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape from which to select: and we make buying BY MAII,, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. We have special things that you can get NOWHERE ELSE, such as : 3.754 0 4.505.00 3.004.05 30.00-42.10.00-20.50 00 Stackers Choice milch cows ;A 3 $P' .'" Levy's Special Levy's Special Boys' beautiful and impressive manner, excuse for his meanness he do- Common to fair cows . . . to exert his thinkery Suits for Men Suits with 2 pairs HOGS in the presence of a large cr owd, esn't have at of Pants after which the remains were very hard. 6.75 ... Choice 2i0 up ' and all the Leading- Lines of conveyed to the cemetery at that A lot of people think they are Mediums, 165 to 210. 6.75 4.50 place, and laid to rest to await making sacrifices when they don't Pigs 3.50 Roughs the coming of the resurrection. care anything for. We issue a large illustrated catalog, which wo If you are worrying about the SHEEP AND LAMBS send free on request. Call not back the dear departed, ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE 4.00 5.00 Anchored safe where storms are o'er, cost of the Christmas gift you Best iambs WE On the bordjer land we left her. Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll got a prompt 2.50.300 Culls contemplate giving, you are foolSoon to meet and part no more. and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here is not exactly what you want it may bo Fatsheep ish to give any. mmiucu nun yuur .ulvj.i.1 j jl wiu utj imineciiaxeiy xtii? UXXIEU. When we leave this world of changes, GRAIN. The world is not looking for ' Members Retail Merchants Association. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain. Uses. When we leave this world of care, ,.90 Wheat A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its line. We shall find our missing loved one-Imen who can do "good enough" 50 Corn our father's mansion fair. jobs; it is is looking for men who The Third Local Market. . do the very best" job. Can Obituary, a and ' &T We love to grow reminiscent Market about the good old times, but the On the 18th day of this month, Eggs :.'?'.'.. IV the death angel visited the home boys of today seldom have to Hens LOUXSYILIE, .'. ... 5j of Mr. and Mrs. Elihu Collins wear trousers made out of bad's Chickens .'?! . 6 .' KY, and claimed their precious little discards. .'. 3 Cocks "Y. Napoleon and Washington had was the Turkeys darling Callie. She : youngest of three girls, being red hair, but that dosn't make Geese Fire Don'ts. Ducks ....,...-seven years, lour months and the redheaded boy of today feel Wool fall clipping . Don't block the fire escapes seven days old. CaUie was a any better about it when he is Wool spring clipping :. you may need them yourself tosweet little child, and loved by called "bricktop." :..i Hides (green) ... WATCH MAKER amTJEWELER ; night. all who knew her. While it is A lot of people who looked wise Feathers , hard for father, mother and sis- and decar that science and the Ginseng Don't leave everythin g to the Beeswax . ters to give up little Callie, there Bible don,t jibe believe that Yellow Root. landlord; inspect your own house My Work is all Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction is comfort in reading where God science is something they sell May Apple(per lb) from cellar to garret and locate ... Office in i "Suffer little children to back of the prescription case in said; all exits. Don.t throw cigars or cigaretts come unto me, and forbid them country drug store. Office Phone 194J. N. PAGE'S Drug Store Res. Phone. 53 I. i out of 'windows They drop on not, for of such is the Kingdom awnings and set them on fire. It May Be So, But- -! of Heaven, A darl;ng babe from us is gone, Don't allow children to play Dentist A voice we loved is still, with matches. ' - Columbia, - Ky. A patriot is a man who sucess A place is vacant in our home, That never can be filled. fully hooks his wife's clothes. Dou't use matches or candles RussalllBiilIdlnS Her teacher. in dark closets or cellars. A marytris a man who makes RowesXRoads. Don't toss away a match unless the endeavor and fails. completely extinguished, and G. P. SMYTHE Theearthhasgoton her white A hero is the man who refuses then toss it into a metal or 'porcelto try. pretty cold. dress y for Saved Many From Deairv ain-lined receptacle. The United States department A coward is a man who remains killing is the go this week Hog FIRE INSURANCE Dont fill lamps or oil stoves of agriculture estimates that in W. L. Mock, Ark., beifeves he had avoid"it. Judge. some are dying before we are single to saved many lives in his 25 years of exand while lighted. the 3hort .life of our nation there perience in the drug business, "What ready for them to die. REALJESTATE Chicago has been famous, for Don'tuse kerosene oil in light- are already over 4.000,000 acres 1 always like to do he," he writer '& Rev. Logan Hadley, who was . years, for the numbers of some ing fires. of land that has been so distroyed to recommend Dr. King's New Discdf born and raised in this neighbordivorces which were granted Don't use naphtha or gasoline by bad culture methods aud ero- ery for weak, sore lungs, hard colds. ii. hood who has been in 111., more hoarseness, obstinate coughs, la grippe 't there, now that city ,is .gaining ,1" ' Why .should not 'a ball player for cleaning purposeswhere there sion that its usefulness is gone caoup, asthma or other bronchial than 30 years, fell dead on the fame, as place where husbands, inakegood-on- . tfche stage? Any are open lights' or fires. ""." streets of Springfield some time forever. It also .estimates that fection, for 1 feel sure that a nu nam by wives 'who are weary of 'the who can.. ,hifr'a small ball, i Don't put.hot ashes on a dumb man of my neighbors are alive arwel! a J.9.ago.; more than fifty per cent of all day because, they took my- .tfvice' marital Jbonds rJhey seem to people howling at water. Hadley and 'Hale haveound "murder '"easier 'tfiSn iWiiOOO tl Mrs. Effie fflb acricultural taiids in ' nnlHi -- $tf M it. I honestly, believe its the.. hma&Mm,.xigtitQ heable o , facet an ' ptfgmds ' Hich, were married at Rev, A. divorce? Af Chicago married mih! 43v .. threat am&Vmg medicine tftit's r . R. Blakeys, last week.v a&mftHt&" cnaiice? iftf a rtgHU uet '" 11 nn imtniHuc, vik DWJHI JCTTWBi Oliver Hadley and wttajor kJiAi.V--- J- i.X.' "tiZi.Yi.Xli2ZJl iLSf?L bettk ftr, Nfalar 60c or $4 uiuiuotvu m la luruucift &?!'': -x ow UWNIMCWM. uwiMMt vf rm urvg c. Un, were visiting & ; CATALOG FRH(B FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. 3.00-3.- 25 To-da- y. j LEVY'S . - . -- S. N. HANCOCK OPTICIAN j 1 - Dr. T. A. Smith 7- - ftl l to-da- y -- . -- - .to : Don't-aqcumulat- " e - " 5ffl5THPl?-?- - vJipRg$MW -- tur ? :a' '"' . ... . .. ) " v- . IV. - l W:n J - 'V-- if THE- - ADAIK COUNTY NEWS . GOOD LIVER REMEDY FREE W - TIMELY HINTS " Kr$r)K)KK)KK)K2rN )r KtKtKtkTKtKntKtKK 7k L. & N. Time Card ffsxiH No.27 i No-23 When you suffer from any form of of this remarkable cure ,for stomach, indigestion it is always well to take liver and bowel troubles through a something for the liver, as usually the free sample. Mrs. Frank X,illy of trouble lies there. If you are bilious, Plainview, 111., sent fGu: one and it have a bloated feeling after eating, if cured her and she is open in saying you tfelch, if your skin is yellowish that she will never take pills or strong cathartics again, as Syrup Pepsin acts you may be sure it is liver trouble. something to stir so mildly. Mr. W. L Bryant, the "What you need is Postmaster at Sardis, Tenn.., says he up the liver, to arouse the gastric will never be without it again. No they will aid in the dijuices so that gestion of your food. A very good sick person can afford to ignore a remedy for this, and one highly rec- remedy so highly endorsed is this. ommended bv those who have used It is good for all the tamily irom it, is Dr. Caldwell's byrup fepsin, infancy to old age, because it is mild, which you can obtain of any druggist free from griping and yet promptly at fifty cents or one dollar a bottle. effective. Furthermore, results are But if you have any doubt about its absolutely guaranteed or money will merits, and would prefer to try it be refunded. first, send your address to Dr. CaldFor the free sample address Dr.W. well and he will promptly send you a B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, free sample bottle. Thousands of people first learned Monticello, 111. FOR FARMERS IN Trees on the Farm. REMEMBER THAT 7K Vl 7 '10.79 J In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 19C8. SOUTH BOUND ' Lv. LomsvnxE Ah. Lebaso 7:00am 9:42am 8:15am lOJA'am 7rf0pn JfcOOpni 10KK).pm 9KX).pro 620 pm t NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ab, Louisvilzji 5:43 am 7:50 am 10:15 am 732am yfc IN No 21 No. 93 -- . 4 A - . Porch Material, A Stair Work, COMPOmu Rl imnF Interior Finish, Etc. u V e X cu rc? Di; l Mouldings, Columns , UUU.O, U.IHUO, Every dollar invested in plants, trees and flowers adds wealth as well as beauty to the farmstead. Trees inIN crease the value of the farm and make y life more enjoyable for those who live IN in the home. IN There is no more genuine pleasure than planting shade, nut and fruit trees except the comfort of having Vx . them on the place. As trees grow and IN and the foliage Nl spread their branches IN unfoldst develops and falls from year to year the owner of the place feels proud that he had civic pride enough to plant trees and aesthetic sentiment 3K enough to appreciate them after they were planted. Trees make the home MX brighter. 7lN A place without shade and fruit trees $ desert exposed to the burn1 is like a of summer" and the cutting 7Jn ing sun blasts of winter and without good cheer in the spring. Farm and Ranch. Hog Notes. A lousy pis Is a sure sign of a poor farmer. Once thoroughly infested the only way to get rid of the vermin is to dip the pis with some good disin- MX 'JN rcAiN o.24 0.73 o.2S The Adair County News Is Going To Th 7o.22 Jo. 92 Nos. IN 420pm 628pm 92 6.55pm 8d5pm and 93 10:15 am 732 am arelSunday trains only. WILMORE HOTEL w. ra. Cash Basis And tmiijaojE, Prop s pt IN JN IN that Everybody! who is Indebted for the Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates ' First-Clas- Paper is Urged to Pay up Jwithin the next Few Weeks GRftDYyiLLG, KY 7T x )Sn Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. TI We appreciate them. E. L L HUGHES CO., INCORPORATED. 211-2- 15 E. Main Street L0UISVILLE,IKY. .; When a pig trough is constructed upright boards should be inserted oc- 7K casionally to keep the pigs from crowding and chasing one another from the feed. The hoofs of, old hogs, unless trimmed, will sometimes become so long ?i that filth is liable to accumulate and stand IN not I the animal it's be able to someon feet This is Ifraight thing that always wants to be looked out for. Rotation For Hay Crops. Wheat, corn and other crops are no more improved by rotation than hay. The Minnesota experiment station shows that a plot continuously cut for hayd;he past fifteen years has given an average yield of 1.73 tons per acre. while on a plot under three year rotation of wheat, clover and corn hay has yielded the past ten years an average of 2.9 tons per acre. In a five year rotation of wheat, timothy and clover, pasture, oats and corn the hay has yielded an average of 3.9 tons per acre since 1900. Eight tons of manure per acre were applied once in five years on the five year plots. There is money in manure. The Best Winter Milkers. has been proved that the cow It coming fresh in the fall and giving her largest flow of milk through the .winter will produce during the year h to one-Iia-lf of lactation from more than the cow coming fresh in the spring. To make her do this, however, she must be well fed and sheltered during the winter to maintain a heavy flow till new pasture grass comes in the spring, when she will again increase in flow. . one-fourt- fectant. C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List In IN IX VIZ l w IN Special Attnetin lo Eyes sur-trfc- al if U. G. HARDKICS, Pres. ft I I J. n. COCKE, v. Pre. 7i Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- R. H. DIETZMAN, iec AR ED BUGKES"RESICEiCE. STREET. W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 is; 0NBURKSY1LLE VIX IN INCORPORATED 188- 9- - jvimLkW$iGHTS DEALERS mflCHiNiSTS IN N. Joseph 1$ H. Stone, w Attoney-AMa- ENGINES. EOILEPS, SAW MLIS. 1301 TffiRTeeNTft-MftlF GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS K IN Will practice in this and"ad joining counties. : LODISVILLe efsKBeSiWtfT Jamstown, Kentucky, IN SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work -- TIN w IN , IN . $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly . IN Why IN o IN 4 Not IN JOBBING WORK SOLICITED k s2 BHmSMpi" - y CAUSES QF BAD FLAVORS IN MILK IN IN IN c 0 7 -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired- SI In NIX IN ;r t 1 w r ' jv-i- l ; bertson, living near Osage, Iowa. Lack of Feeding-an- d Luther Burbank, the natural- Improper Lee's religion was mainly' ist, has announced that he has 1 Cleanliness to Qlam;3. practical. He was most devout produced a blackberry bush that and constant in all religious ob has no thorns. Burbank said he The abnormal or injurious flavors in servances, though his son does , had worked ten years in an en- milk are of two kinds first, those due not conceal a human propensity to feed eaten by the cow; second, those deavor to remove the thorns. due to contamination. to slumber during sermon time. price of broom corn has The first kind is scientifically spoken He was ardent in prayer, both The of as teed flavors and is due to the cow made a sharp advance, owing to eating large quantities of turnips, onprivate and public. Such a cuions, ensilage, beets, ragweed, etc. rious religion democracy as pre- a corner in the market. This, This ill flavor is due to volatile oils the strongly flavored vailed is his army has probably with a short crop in Illinois, contained in flavors leave the animal feeds. Such not been seen in the world since Missouri and Kansas, will send through the different secretions and excretions of the body. the days of Cromwell, writes G. the prices to high figures. When feeding is dooe immediately The cost of conducting the ru- after milking. th!e feed flavors largeOn of Bradford Atlantic. ly pass off through other channels or one occasion he was' hurrying ral free delivery system in the secretions than the mi'lk and are not noticeable. It is also maintained that "with his staff to battle, "the firing United States amounts to along forage be annually, and it is esti if some roush that producefed tastes had begun, and the shells were ill with such teeds flying. But the cavalcade hap- mated that by 1915 the annual in milk it assists in obviating such flavors. pened to pass a camp meeting, cost for this service will reach It is within the power of the dairyman to obviate the second flavor of fhere some ragged veterans were $50,000,000. contamination. --This class of ill flavor Oklahoma has more mules" than is largely due to contaminating bacholding forth in' prayer. Inmany, these any other state in the Union teria. Of peculiarthere areAnother each stantly the commander-in-chiconflavo"r. giving its except Missouri. It has more taminating flavor Is due to the absorpdismounted, and he and all his tion of certain strong odrs. officers with barred heads, rever- than Ohio, Pennsylvania, New The cause of the contamination of ently took part in the simple York and Illinois combined, and milk is largely due to lack of perfect cleanliness with the milking utensils, worship. Again an army was more horses than Kentucky lias surroundings, methods oKdelivery and personal cleanliness. being moved rapidly across the horses and cattle combined. The udder and adjacent parts should James in 1864 to meet Grant at A news item says that the bo washed with clean water and wiped a clean, dry towel. The h Petersburg. Lee with a thous Standard Oil Company weigh all hands and clothing of the milkman and cares and duties on his their horses once a week, and a should be clean. Bottles, buckets, etc., steam with shoulders, turned aside from the report of the weight is sent to should be sterilizeddown solive to preas and turned upside road aribTknelt in the dust be- the home office. No . horse can vent the collection of dust, which alspores. side a minister to ask for his fall away much" or be badly treat- ways contains germs'and mold Small top palls should be compulsory guidance and blessing. ed by the .driver without being by law. B. F. Kaupp, Colorado. found out. Arrange For Early Hatches. Lee?s Religion. IN IN ' Courier Journal One Year Read The Courier ! IN IN Louisville Times and News w IN IN ! Journal? HENRY WATTERSON IN 7iN 7K $37,-000,0- 00 Pvcfything In The Drug Line L. At A 5KH( Per Box 19c $4.50 K u Editor. We Can furnish You The Adair County News and the LowesfCut Rate Prices Weekly Courier-Journal Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner 15c, r - ef Laxative Fromo Quinine " " Laxative Tablets Singley r Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets Nyals -- A.D.S. " " Rexal ,'" '" '" ' ij1-- -' " "- - dry-wit- Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil v ? Scotts Emulsion ; ' Nval's Cod Liver .Oil .' Wine Bottle 50-1- 00 25c 25c 2oc 5c. 19c 83c Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give.1 liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. 42-8- 3c . Rexal Emulsion A. D. S. f " 100 89c Write Courier-Journ- al Com- " 50c -- V It ( ( . Broilers bring good prices early in If you are troubled with chronic con the spring and Tor that reason arrangemade 'to batch early. of ments should be layers may hatch the Vinol - Approximately 16,000 bushels stipation, the mild and gentle'-effec-t The early winter Chamberlain. s Tablets rirkes them es phlolra fnr snrlnz broilers. Bui onions were raised,f rom a e pecially suited to your, case, For .saleJ lHlo of do DOt overiook the advantages o tlie by A. O. Gil- - by Paull Drug Co. iBCUbator. field grown 40-acr- Of Interest to Farmers. - 83c 83c 1.00 Writeus for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, ft s,x,LJsvv pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you ,desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to .this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. V ,1 i .?vy " .!- - Ki -- '?SrXjs, t ' I--' ii K- - T . ;. - ," V THEIDiflR-COUNTYEWS" :&gT3G&-&- ' TIMELY BREVITIES IN THE & Don't Suffer! " I hid been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when4i!went to bed and hid to have a doctor. He did all he.ttQjtf lor me, but I got no' .better. I hurt all over, and I could' not rest At last, I tried! ICardui, and soon I began to improve. Now rood health, and able to do all my housework." I-a-m fc Chicago produces more steel rails than any other city on earth. Jerusalem has evicted its dogs and introduced the latest sanitary devices. In the point of wealth. Japan ranks seventh among the nations of the world. . Victoria, B. CT, is building an addition to 'its parliament buildings to cost $1,000,000. r OF FASHION fi REAM HUMOR OF THE DAT Proved Friendship. The affairs of the firm were in audi a bad way that the creditors met to take action, and the head of the firm was in consultation. He had this to observe: "I owe you all a lot of money which I cannot pay now. But look at my orders! If I can keep going for 'six months you will get your money. If you close me up you will hardly get a nickel on the dollar. Give me six months longer and I will give you notes at 5 per cent What will it be bankruptcy or a Qhance for all of us to pull out?" The creditors conferred in secret, agreed to take the notes and made the announcement They had put on their hats and coats and were walking out when one of them got the high sign from the merchant He lagged behind and said, "What Is ' THE Velvet Street Dress. The sketch shows a velvet suit with a faint self stripe and trimmings of satin. In beech brown it forms the LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 in very - Germany's fresh water pearl fisheries in the White Eister are threatened with- - extinction. LARDU I WomlnsTonic Youjnay wonder" why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health vand happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., book. Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 60 for Special Instructions, and ge Both in England and in Canada the cheese supply is short this year because of thesummer drought. Two Paris department' stores use storage battery driven electric tricycles to deliver purchases to customers. Of 811 Indians trained at Hampton institute 87 per cent are known to be profitably employed in various lines. Sumatra is famous the world over for its cigar wrappers and tobacco plantations have spread to neighboring isles. German engineers have perfected a machine for weighing locomotives which provides separate scales for each wheel. The Brazilian state of Amazonas won the chief prizefor the best exhibit in BRIGHTER, BETTER,! . BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF it?" THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the recent International rubber exhibition at London. "You have always been a good friend of mine." whispered the merchant "I IS am not ungrateful, and I want to tell you something if you will keep it to yourself I'll make you a preferred creditor." IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDE "How can you do that?" "You're the first one to know that TO US, YOU CAN GET the notes won't be any good." Chicago Post. $5.00:A YEAR. jbr, . . unbar Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40-- ! Dentist OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN Dr, James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES' COLUMBIA. BUILDING. RING 'PHONE NO. 40, 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK1 KENTUCKY &F5)&C'5)(s) WEEKLY COURIER It -- JOURNAL of Switzerland's glaciers are receding perceptibly, one notable one having shrunk more than 1,000 feet In the last ten years. Pineapple fiber, while not quite past the experimental stage, is considered in the far east a promising commercial factor of the future. The cry is now for the individual drinking cups. In Queen Elizabeth's time every guest at a banquet brought his own spoon with him. Of the nineteen mines producing quicksilver in the United States last year fifteen were in California and two each in Texqs and Nevada. Because alms boxes In Westminster cathedral in London were often robbed at night bulldogs are now placed on guard in the church after dark. In order to handle automobiles easily several railroads have adopted a new style of freight car having doors the full width and height of the car. The public debt of the United States, which was $83,000,000 in 1800, reached $2,675,000,000 less cash in treasury in 18G5, and the figures in 1911 were AH BBECH BKOWN TAILORED SUIT. most ideal and fashionable type of suit, especially when cut and fitted with perfection. Evening Gowns. Old gold is one of the favorite colors for evening. Dresses of tulle and silk mull, with flowered borders, are charming for debutante frocks. White tulle is used extensively for . blouses, chemisettes and Many evening frocks of chiffon are trimmed with lace flounces and tiny sprays and knots of silk or velvet flowers. Dressy frocks of satin show narrow pointed trains or square or rounded trains quite separate from the rest of entire-gowns- Getting Her on Record. "Am I the only man you ever , loved?" he asked. . "Yes," she sighed. "There is no rich man whom you ever cared to marry?" he persisted. "No "rich man I would marry," she said. "Or no rich man you might marry if you chose?" "No, but why do you ask these questions?" "I just want to get you on record before our wedding, so that afterward you won't be forever pointing out wealthy men to me as samples of what you might haye had." Detroit Free Press. In Accord. Very frequently the winter highways in the Yukon valley are mere trails, traversed only by dog sledges. One of the bishops in Alaska, who was very fond of that mode of travel, encountered a miner coming out with his dbg team and stopped to ask him what kind of a road he had come over. The miner responded with a stream of forcible and picturesque profanity, winding up with: "And what kind o trail did you have?" "Same as yours," replieJ the bishop feelingly. Lippincott's. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corres . pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- About 250,000 immigrants are turned back every year by the immigration officials of this country. To guard the Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in ports and boundaries against those whom the law forbids entry the govpolitics. prints all the news without ernment employs nearly 2,000 trained men. fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 Spain Is considered by art collectors a year, but you can get the WEEKLY a lucrative field, and many interesting antiques are picked up here from time COURIER-JOURN- AL to time. Seville has numerous shops where antiquities are sold and where the old Spanish needlework may be AND purchased. The largest telephone exchange in existence is that at Hamburg, which is BOTH ONE YEAR taking care of 40,000 line3 at present, but accommodations have been made for future extensions so that this exchange will be enabled to take care of twice as many lines. The New York city fire department r has the biggest fire engine in the world. Both its motive power and the nnwflr fnr frivixr ita nnmno urn frit. qished by gasoline, and it is capable of pumping 1,000 gallons of water a if you will give or send your order to this minute on 200 pounds pressure. It paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. weighs more than five tons. Trie new French hot air balloon carries a ring of kerosene burners to give a constant and easily regulated supply of heated air. It does not quickly Courier-Journ- al, cool like the ordinary hot air balloon, and, unlike the gas balloon, it has no gas to explode .and can be inflated anywhere and at small expense. Courier-Journ- al, Boundaries are now being located for one of the greatest wime preserves in the world in western Canada. It will be owned in the government and We can give you a combination cut will rrke iu practically all J;he east s rn of the Canadian Rockies, ex- -' rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write '.chi!' myth and south for 500 miles jmhI will average this paper. more than thirty miles in width. . Another historic old landmark has &B9 JSXs S'?2WS 8XV5 XS)XKSXtt) passed A storm recently felled the .i. tree near Nederhemert, under which Floris I., count of Holland. Wbs peacefully sleeping after the battle of Nederhemert in 10G1 when he xvaU treacherously murdered by Herman van Kuyk. The tree was believed to be over a thousand years old. Ellen Terry says in her lecture on INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD Shakespeare's women that when man writers good We will save you money on a 26 inch IJOG PROOF FENCE as long a silly draw a Helenawoman they draw one' in "All's Well h our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights That Ends Well" and Julia in "Two Gentlemen of Verona" she characterand styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. izes as doormat women. Miss Terry 58 INCH considers Imogen the loveliest of the characters of Shakespeare. JSOINCH It is said that Miss Christabel Pauk-hurASINCH took up the cause of woman suffrage in England because she was '"" not allowed, to practice law, although she had passed successfully all the ex26INCH XWXhXhHWHVixxxV m V V V k V V mm . aminations. She has proved so sucif l'm if MiK ro H' V ill 'j IL' 1 a a l uAfAtAjlU (J fJOQllS!a.'.iHi. cessful as a, leader in the suffrage 18 ,N w 000a KaXXK XXaAaa A movement that she would no .doubt have made an excellent lawyer. William H. Bright, who has been connected with the government printweE ing office x in Washington, introduced EtwOOO FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYUIUK W SIX HE ffiffgmWaeki the first bill for woman suffrage that was ever introduced in any legislaRoofing. Hardware, ture in this country. He was elected to the legislaturewhen Wyoming was . admitted to the Union, .and one of his first acts was to introduce sthe bill. 116, East Market Street, Between First and Brook. He has .lived, in Washington, for tb r years. last tweaty-tbre- e Louisville, Ky. ( HENRYAVATTERSON, Editor fectly. Covers the general news field completely. the skirt. Evening frocks of tulle or delicate lace the flounces touched with crystalare worn under extremely short chiffon tunics, edged with fringe. H MANY BUTTONS TRIM THE SEASON'S GOWNS Of Odd THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS "Never mind," he sadly replied; "we will not go. If you think I'm fool enough to do that without being warned not to it will be useless for me to waste any more time with you." Chicago Record-Herald. Has the best and fullest mar "I will go out with you," she said, you will promise not to rock the "if kets reports. boat" DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul fair to everybody. Useless. SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPAWAY Shapes and Are Often t for $1.50 Yr Yr Used In Freakish Fashion. Buttons for gowns, coats and suits form an important part of the well ordered toilet While in some instances buttons are used with profusion, they are placed in such a way as not to seem ornate. For instance, upon a handsome gown small buttons covered with the same fabric as the gown itself were set closely together from the shoulder seams on each side to the hem of the skirt in the backi Although many dozens were thus employed, the effect was one of simplicity. A strange freak is that of using two kinds of buttons upon the sajme tailored suit In most instances the buttons are dissimilar as to material and size.. The utility buttons are small, and the larger ones are simply for or- Unlucky. TION RIGHT The First Chauffeur I ran over an other baby this morning. The Second Chauffeur Phew! That TO THIS PAPER was unlucky! The First Chauffeur Yes, rotten! Times. Their darned fcedin' bottles cut the tires up so! London Sketch. Safe. "Why," asked the boss of the drug store, "do you want a red nosed man for the soda water trade?" "I could feel sure that he would not drink up the proDts," explained the manager. Buffalo Express. not to The-Louisvill- e Keep the farm clean A great feature of good farm- Daily $6.00 Sunday $200 J ELL WOOD 26 WIRE FENCE HAMAASf Ka1 aaa Wr tvKtxyatvtvtis XTUX7SJTKW st Farm Implements and DEHLER BROS., - t I 'I i-- J m ? it v - ing is cleanliness good clean culture;the destruction of weeds: Memorized. the removal of crop remnants as "Quite poetical, that Mr. Brown. He always addresses me as 'fair lady.' " soon as the crop is done; picking "Oh, that's force of habit He used up and, if need be, destroying to be a street car conductor, you dropped fruit in orchards; removknow." Toledo Blade. ing, burning up aud otherwise Insinuations, nament He Miss Gladys. I. have something thoroughly annihilating all rubThe use of wooden button molds is on my mind. ground in on the increase. Some are made in Ske Oh, I see! There's a fly on your bish to be found on the ovals, lozenge shape and even square bald spot. Baltimore American. winter; keeping building painted as well as in the shape of a half buor whitewashed in good shape. llet It is the fad to cover these with The Latest. handwork of some kind. Silk, satin Diner A creme de menthe, waiter. Allow no rubbish, weeds or or velvet Is often used and is frequentWaiter (calling out) One starboard IicrVlf XJVOLVU ly embellished with silk embroidery . shrubbery to appear by the fenJJUl. 'Rr.c.frvr. XlilU011JU cording or metallic lace work. or ces, and in all other respects An odd use for buttons has appeared A Long Felt Want. In millinery, where upon some of the 'Twould make me glad have the farm as bare as posible If we but had most expensive of imported bats a A more elastic currency. of every thing save what strictlarge button covered with Irish crochet The kind we've got in rainbow tints is seen as the center ly belongs there. It stretches not At least it stretches not for me. of a ribbon or chiffon flower of a modThe object of all of this is to do est shade. Give us a "bit" The use of white pearl buttons upon So made that it Laway with possible hiding places Will be so full of tensile oil dark serge or other mannish goods is That when we slip an innovation of the French dressmakfor insects during the winter. A It as a tip ers. Not for use are these buttons, in We'll duly gain from the rccolL large proportion of insects live most cases, but as trimming, set closeA rubber dime ly along the edge of revers or upon through the winter in the adult At luncheon time. cuffs or flares. Even china buttons quarter size. If it would stretch to stage or in the partly grown conhave thus been employed by some of Would suit my whim , Beneath a grim the most original makers. dition, and a great many of thejrt Head waiter's avaricious eyes. Small and large buttons, made of hide under rubbish. white cotton thread, closely crocheted, Give us a five That's so alive. are now In fashion. They are placed Sometime they are Just a short So springy and resilient. , on- blouses, on one piece frocks, on top , That 'when we lend wraps, in every size. - It to" a friend distance below the surface of the Buttons to be fashionable should be It will return whence It has went ground among the roots; some(either very large or very small. A silver ounce So full of bounce times they crawl into crevice of That it will make a dollar shy . Reversible Fabrics. ' fences, logs, or of boards where-eve- r, Mount high enough Reversible materials are much used To pay for stuff for the long mantles which are so prac in fact, there is an openA silver dollar ought to buy. Heal. The favorite colors are gold and sayAnd ing foe tbem to get into as a trie white, gray and mauve, currant and' "Hi ihurray. red, blue and'ebamois, bottle green and hi take oir treasury , with rough bark, covered with Tor him peacock green, otter aad rosewoodr' Aa4 give bs aeon moss green; and violet and black and' That mMlofl boon moss, lichens or othen unntc tfortte'cwrraacyr A light gray. -- cwtw WeMary growth. UooNEfirnu IT " .J TVnnc-nr.- . 1 -- j -- fM . . s a - :.- -$ , ' -- rfrnfiM ,- 'X - -" MM.y- wwj-j- 5T - Fi. Vl. i ST.? "" SSTl jnmi. HK 1 't B?7 7irS1v- - rcrri vStsa'swliLrrd" )sj?7 5 i r a- v .TSr ' x- fr mm? ' r 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS sv: V Gr4yvk. c . pj Caeer Yates of Bradfords-f- t ville, was' were last Thursday. " J. D. Walker, spent a day r or a, pvf r T' so of last week by the bedside '7 of his sick brother at Nell. Last Friday and Saturday was the coldest days of the season. Dr. S. Simmons will move into his new residence in a few days. Ray Flowers of Columbia, and Auston Wilmore, of this place spent a day or so lastj week in j . , fl 'jiir VJ. -- $y ,. xi ' V ,ti y W NThe Ware That Wears Guaranteed 15 Years - H 1 VA FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery -V , It doesn't pay to buy cheap ware that soon peels, cracks, leaks, tarnishes, rusts, or wears out. Even at a lower cost such wear is the most expensive because it is dangerous, to health and unreliable in service doesn't last. Department v' ii 1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware is With its wonderful selecftijt? the best that the mar-kaffords, offers Special attractive Bargains every day in the week. The Fall Line of , et v Carpets-Linole- um guaranteed for 15 years. There is practically no wear out to it Makes shopping at our store pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Store. Glasgow. Remember thanksgiving vices ser- at Union. Services begin and scientific investigation proves it the most sanitary cooking ware made. Particles can't chip off and cause chronic troubles nor spoil the food. Germs do not breed on its smooth surface and odors can not be absorbed by it. You'll have better food and save trouble', time and fuel by using onlv "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Ware. Look for trade mark on every piece. FOR SALE BY s. at 10 o'clock. Uncle Charlie Yates onlthe account of his daughters health, being so nervous, forbids any hunting on his farm. APlease re member. R. L. Caldwell of. Milltown, was transacting business in our town last Friday. , Nat and Dock Walker spent last Thursday night at Nell visiting relatives. Judge N. H. Moss of Columbia spent a few days of last week looking after his farming interest. Miss Ora Moss of Columbia, spent last week visiting relatives in our city. Mr. W. W. Yates of Edmonton, put in afewdays here last week calling on his friends and relatives. Born, to the wife of Eugene Nell, 'on the 25th a daughter. Mother andchild doing well. Mr. C. M.Hindman has proven himself to be one"of the best shots for birds in this section this season. He baged ten at one shot and .no one knows the number that got away after the shot. Strong Hill put in a day or so of last week at Sparksville looking after saw mills and other affairs. Quite a number of our people attended the protracted services at Pickett chapel last Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. John Roberts andjwife. Great interest is manifested in these meetings. The baby boy of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pendleton, who has been dangerously sick with Jfever for the past two weeks is considered to be improving at this time. Mr. Scott Hill one of 'the best painters in this sectionfof county who has been using thejibrush very successfully in'our town for the past two months and has several months of work waiting on him at this time, is thinking property in of 'buying our town and moving his family here. We take it that it is the proper thing for them to do, as his work is all in our town and will be a great help tohim to live here. Mike Winfrey was here last Saturday and did a good business collecting taxes. wn Hubbuch Bros, & Wellendorff, Incorporated Mrs. Ermine Wilson, Russell Springs, Ky. 522 and 524 West MarketJSt. ; &. i k ready again to support him for Eller. Hill of Jamestown married Tuesday. President. Mr. Holladay also D. C. Hopper, Fonthill, Mr. Mr. Chas. Hammonds and Mr. informed us that he would leave was here Saturday taking up LU. Selby for the South to spent the winter returned from Stan lumber. where he had a first class school, ford Wednesday, where they had Mr. P. W. Jacknon, a traveling but will return next year to supbeen with a drove of cattle. man of Columbia, Tenn., spent port the Democratic ticket. ,Mr. S. Wilson left Sunday for Tuesday night at this place. accompany his wife JepseyJTucker, Sunshnie, visit- Louisville to Becks Store. home. She has been there ed at Mrs. Sarah Stephens News scarce in' this vicinity Wednesday several weeks at the infirmary. night. and health is very good. Mr. H. Stephens is erecting a W. E. Falkenburg, Jamestown, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ledbetter, large dwelling house on his farm was here Wednesday. are numbered with the sick this Rev. J. R. Grider, preached at two miles from town, Will week. Irvin and L. L. Rounds doing Clear Spring, last Sunday. Mr.Alonzo Alexander's family, Mr. A. L. Foley, was in James- the carpenter work. are all improving from their There were 16 or 18 traveling! town, Friday on business. awful attack of sickness. Mr. J. E. Absher, Russell men put up at the Kimble house Rev. J. R. Morris, with the HAVING recently purchased the Patterson Hotel, I desire to say to the public Springs, was here Wednesday Sunday and Monday. that on, and after Nov., 12, 1911, 1 will take charge of the Patterson Hotel, in help of Rev. Paul Breeding, is buying produce. Entertainment at the R. S. A. Jamestown, Russell Co., Ky., and same will be refurnished, and fixed so as to conducting a revival at Winfreys Virgil Rexroat and family, Thursday night Novv 30th. Ad- 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 Chapel near Edmonton. Good Fonthill, visited at Mrs. Rachel mission lOcts. pains will be taken to give the guest a pleasant stay while here. I will appreciresults at the last statement. I Bernard's Saturduy and Sunday. M. A. Garnett of Columbia was ate the patronage of every body that stops with me. In the near future I will open a general store in th Misses Jane and Zada Traylor, of the build-nA special Pension examiner, in town Thursday. N. B. FUULKENBURG. were the pleasent guests of Miss of Louisville, was here Wednes4Mr. R. G. Woods former cashLala Thomas, Sunday. day and Thursday to see Mr. G. ier of R.' S. Bank, is calling on Mrs. C. C. Traylor and daughtT. Burden, who has applied for friends in our town. er, Boibe. were at Toria, last a pension. Mr. Sam Humble of Somerset, Tuesday shopping. is visiting friends here. Winfreys stave and lumber Russell Springs, Co.. who have been at work in Craycraft. this Co., for the past 8 months, Wholesale and Retail We are having another severe have all resigned for the winter cold spell, some think it about as We are glad to report that all and gone to Russell Co. severe winter weather as any we uie aicK. iuiks vl tins nei&iiuur-Mr. T. P. Warren, of James- had last winter. hood is better. All Kind.-- of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and3 Blind town, having completed the work Mr. Elijah Bryant, who has Mr. Geo. Kimble has returned Columbia, Kentucky. on Mr. C. C. Traylor's house is from Louisville, where he has been in Illinois, ever since last u now doing some reparing on E. spring returned home last Sunbeen for several weeks. l K'. Traylor's residence. Mrs. J. C. Popplewell is re- day to his children. Mr. 0. T. Smith and wife, covering from a severe spell of Mrs. Hadley and daughter, were in Adair, Co., last WednesMr. Bill Hancock, of Coburg, ' cock last wqek for $125. Miss Mary, of Russell Springs, tonsolitis. day and Thursday. Mr. Ruel Page, of Kelly ville, are visiting her daughter, Mrs. was in this neighborhood last Mrs. Ara Wilson returned Miss Eula and Bobie. Traylor, G. L. Blair. week looking after hay. was visiting at Sam Edd Squires, ' Mr. Joe Turner was very sick last Sunday. Mr. R. L. Faulk-la-st visited Misses Sarah Traylor and much improved in health. Mr. Upton M. Grider, has re. The tax collector was on duty Mollie Baker, Sunday p. m. cently returned home from the week, but is better at this J ner was through this neighbor- Miss Lalla Thomas, was the here one day last week. hood last week looking after tocity of Louisville. writing. guest of Laura Cole, Sunday bacco. Mr. and Mrs. Mont Harmon, of Mr. Perry Cundiff is quite sick Mrs. Amanda and Miss Nannight. The later was at home Neatsviile, visited Mr. Harmon's nie Grider, were in Columbia at this time. on a visit from Burkesville, col- cousin, Mrs. John Combest, shopping last Monday. Miss Lena McFarland, who lege. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. J. W. Murrell, our enter-prism- g has appendicitis, is some better. A great number of men from Bro. Pearcy is holding a meetMessrs. Loyd Bault and Elzy merchant is enjoying a this place attended court at ing at Mt. Olive church. lively trade. Smith, of Carmel neighborhood, Burkesville last month. Mr. William Bryant, known were visiting Messrs. John and A barn belonging to Mr. CoopK, Messrs. Finis and Evin Thur-ma- er recently purchased from Wm. as uncle Chuckle, has gone to Rheu Squires, last Saturday both whom are teachers of Irvin, burned Thursday night visit his son, Mr.Samual Bryant night and Sunday. our school are having a new about 9 o'clock. One horse,bug-g- y and children, who resides at Mr. Perry Hancock purchased dwelling erected which will soon and harness. 2 fat hogs and Stamping Grounds Ky. his little daughter a piano, last be completed, the building will nearly 50 barrels of corn, besides Bro. Tobias Huff aker, preached week. be something neat and nice. several loads of hay were con- an interesting sermon at Concord Mr. Trabue Shearer sold some iM FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD on last Sunday. Mr. Henry Sparks and wife, sumed. hogs at 62 cents per pound, last were in Burkesyille, one day last L. C. Rounds of Columbia, was week. Russell' Creek. week. in town Thursday. Mr. Clay Suddarth sold one Mr. John Holladay the well-knoJlt 'It Gathering corn and killing hog for $15. Mr. C. Combest and Miss Bes rriT'Mir I1' ixj I miittilll A Father's Vengegnce. teacher of this School sie Scales, were married Sunday, hogs is the order of the day in Mr. Deed Smith opened the Iron Fence We months, would have fallen on any one who atcounty, for the past six Bro. Grider performing the cere- this neighborhood. tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of bird season by killing 14 out of 17 MANUFACTURED BY has been making his home at South Rockwood, Michigan, but he was mony. Mrs. Harden, son and daught- shots. Who can beat that? Tht Stewart Iron Wifks Gimpany Edmonton and Glasgow, was in powerless before attacks of Kidney CINCINNATI, OHIOl Mrs. Hadley and daughter. er renurned to Louisville last Mr. Jake' Vanhoy was at home Whose Fence received the Jlighesti our midst a few ays ago, and trouble. "Doctors could 'not help him, Miss Maryjnlare visiting their Monday --after-, spending quite a Amid, "Gold Medal," World's last week from Marion county. we""'gaVe hitii "so Fair, St. Louis, IStH. informed - us that a few weeks he wrote, Bittersat last improved won- daughter and sister, Mrs. Geo. long visit at' her sister's, Mrs. 0. The most economical fence vn can and he Electric Mr. Dick Squires sold one stack buy. Priceless than a respectable ood P. Hancock's. agowhiletheHon. WJ-- Bryan derfully from taking six bottles. Its xence. wny bob replace your om one of hay foV $20,' tbMr. Bill Han" j& now, with aneat, attractive IBM TKSCE, was making his. tour through the beet Kidney medicine I ever saw." Mrs. Frank Shepherd paid a "aVAST A rJCFTETMCE.". cock, of Coburg. Kentucky m the merest of the Backache, Tired feeling, Nervousness, weeks. vjsittoher little grand OtkSM designs oflroaFeace, In ninrtr Taae, Srttm, etc., ibowa in eu wfHeama. that 'he'had Loss of Appetite, warnlefi Demoertirprty, afjfurne was in Camp- last Sunday. . hia hand, and trouble that may in dropsy, 'diabetes or oil visit to his. OAIX. AND SEX US. . jt: H honor tohake home. A "Mr. Ollie Corbin, of Louisville, oeiiBipue lastwee on ousmefs. ft jdwVSvfi ww-w- as inverse With him, tell him that Bright disease. BewareJTakElecJ Jft9C in W' hiJtm,Va.Mi'.. of his mother . t S. Cuban k -Mivnrai , mm trie Bitters aad be safe. rWill Ed Sqmrea bought it AiiaMiiB'nrAflHiiflHr sai " naa he . ColumMa, Ky one horse from Mr. O. P: Han-under aucircuui-- v. gwuraateed. 50e at Puli Drag.Co- .I Falkenbtire: Hotel!! NOTICE. -- store-roo- m g. BAMMCHOAJI J t Sandusky & Co. 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