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Pursuant to a judgment of the Adair Circuit Court rendered at its September In Which are Recorded Events of term, 1911, in favor of A. R Sullivan, Plaintiff, against J. C. Sullivan DeMany Years Ago. fendant; for the sum of ($274.36) Two The minute book of a temperance society which existed in Columbia from July, 1837, to sometime in J.843, lies before us. The addresses on the occasion of its organization were delivered by Rev. Gecrge Taylor, and Rev. Daniel S. Colyan. Daniel S. jCoIyan was elected Pres ident, Geo. W. McBeath, Vice President, and Junius Caldwell Secretary. At one time it had as many as 187 members. It was first known as the "Columbia Temperance Society," and later called "The Columbia Washing-tonia- n hundred and seventy-fou- r dollars, and thirty-si- x cents, with interest there on at 6 per cent., per annum, frcm the 22nd day of September, 1911, until paid, and the cost of said action, amounting to the sum of ($47.80) I as Sheriff Adair county, Ky., will, on Saturday, December 23rd 1911, at 1 o'clock p. m., or there about, at the late residence of the Defendant, J. C. Sullivan, in said county, sell at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, the following personal property, or a sufficiency thereof to pay the above judgment and costs, viz: One bay horse mule, 7 years old, one bay horse 10 years old and 15 hands high, one red cow and calf; 2 white yearling calves; about 120D feet of lumber; one wagon: one buggy; i interest in a wheat drill; one corn drill; 2 turning plows, and about 40bushels of wheat. The purchoser will be required to execute bond, with approved security, for the purchase price of said personal property, payable to the Plaintiff, A. R. Sullivan, due three months after date, and bearing interest from date until paid. If necessary to satisfy said Judgment, I will at the same tine and place, at public outcry, and to the highest and best bidder, sell on a credit of six months, a tract of land, or a sufficiency thereof to satisfy said judgment and costs, situated on Long creek, in said county, and bounded as follows: viz: on the North by the lands of H. C. James, on the South by the lands of Thomas Coffey, on the East by the land of widow Robertson, and on the West by the land of Thomas Coffey, and containing about 300 acres, and being the same lands upon which J. C. Sullivan formerly lived, the purchaser of said land will be required to execute bond with approved security payable to the Plaintiff, A. R. Sullivan, for the purchase price due six months after date with interest at 6 per cent., per annum from dste until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. A. D. Patteson S. A G o-- 3t U You who have been reading the daily papers have noticed where the teachers, trustees, Superintendents, and all other persons interested in education, are visiting the city of Louisville and inspecting the schools, thereby gaining new ideas to carry into their own school work. Adair county should fall into line. I have received a cordial invitation from the Superintendent of the Louisville Public Schools, E. 0. Holland, endorsed by Mayor Head, and,, the Board of Education, to bring a party of teach- ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. The following from Mrs. Sam White; Sandusky & Co. Plaintiff, vs Lexington National Banks Take Bradentown, Fla . was received by her brother, Mr. J. N. Coffey, this place, R. B. Wilson &c. Def s. & Adverse Action. March 1 Next who, a short time ago, was in the Sun- W. C. Grider &c Plaintiff, ny South: Will Require Formal Notes. vs R. B. Wilson &c Def ts. ers to the city, for the sake of the educational campaign which is being carried on so vigorouly in Kentucky. By combining into a party' exceedingly low rates are offered, by the railroad, and also by our generous stage driver, Mr. J. B. Barbee, and special accommodations at a leading hotels is offered at the rate of $1.50 per day. All persons desiring to take a three days trip to the city during the month of January, send your names into me, and all necessary arrangements will be made. This is a- great educational movement. Will you take advantage of - Pearl Hindman, Supt. it? ' - Society." On its roll were the names of Monroe's, Wheat's, Wagley's. Campbell's Scott's, Gaither's, Adair's, Frazer's, Bell's, Caldwell's, Lobban's, Moss's, Winston's, Gilmer's, and other names of families that were leaders of society then, but now forgotten to most of our citizens. Sam Bell Maxey, afterwards United States Senator from Texas, also Gov. Preston H. Leslie, Judge Zach Wheat, and other men who became prominent, belonged to it. When we read the list we can find an explanation of the fact that Columbia has always been a town of pronounced temperance sentiments. The men and women moulded the sentiments which come down to us as an in- Adair Circuit Court. B. S. Miller Priscilla Jones &c Df ts. ) Tne above styled action pending in the Adair Circuit Court has been re ferred to me to receive and take proof of claims against the estate of J. T. Jones, (of color) deceased. All persons having claims against the estate of said Jones are directed to present them to me in my office in Columbia, Adair County, properly proven before the 15th day of January, 1912. W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner Adair County, Ky. The census taken in 1910 shows that Adair county had a population of 16,503; whites, 15,028; negroes, 1,475. In 1900 the population was 14,888; whites, 13,294; negroes, 1,594. In the ten years the negroes have decreased 119, and the county increased in population 1,615. This report shows that the population of the entire State in 1910 was 2,289,-902,027,955; Negroes, 261, whites, 656. In 1900 the population was 2,147,-17whites 1,862,309; negroes 284,706 Thus showing that the negro lost in 5; 4, vs &c, PIffs., ) heritance from them. It is true, as appears from the minutes, that all of them did not remain steadfast, for we read that expulsions and suspensions were quite frequent. When a brother plead guilty, and asked for another trial, it was always given to him. We find that on one occasion when John C. Hardin '"informed the house that he had been guilty of drinking mint julep when unwell, &c, therefore by the request of said Hardin, he was excused by vote, &c." We can understand very well that as John was unwell, he ought to have been excused. Who would not feel unwell with the flavor of an old time julep under his nose, and a temperance pledge on his conscience at such a trying time. We doubt not he felt real sick until he had tried its quality. We find the following minute on the books: "W. F. Marvin, of Danville, Ky., visitei Columbia on the 21st day of January. 1843, agreeable to request, drew the Washingtonian pledge and delivered an address at 3 o, clock, p. m , and on the 22nd, at 11 o'clock a. m., and G o'clock, p. m., delivered two more addresses, in all of which he pictured in the finest, richest and most expressive words and sentences the horrors of the inebriate, on the one hand, and the happiness of the reformed drunkard on the other the one the effect of the moderate the other the offspring of the Washingtonian pledges " Marvin was a poet, and published a book of poems. We knew him years afterwards when we were in college at Danville, but poor fellow, the Washingtonian pledge did not suffice to save him from the blandishments of the cup! He fell as many other bright men have fallen. He used to sit on the street corners, and repeat his poems to boys who would stop to listen. The last time we saw him was in Louisville in 1865 or 1866. It was the time of a Democratic Convention, and Col. Tim Cravens and others of us were delegates, ?nd stopping at the Louisville Hotel What to some of us was an amusing incident, occurred between Marvin and dram-drinkin- g DearBro: & We have heard thatjyou returned Farmers Bank & from "The land of sunshine and flow Bank of Columbia Plaintiff vs ers," somewhat disenchanted. Which R. B. Wilson, &c Defts. of these express your view of it now? By virture of a Judgment and order the" orange blooms andblossoms, of sale of the Adair Circuit Court, Where rendered at the September Term, thereAnd all nature seems to sleep, of, 1911, in the above styled consolidatThe many rivers of Florida ed actions for the sums of $768.91, to Their summer silence keep. J. G. Sublett, 5.70, to Grider Morrison By he St. Johns, flowing northward, & Co., $ll3.26,to Sandusky & Co .$548,-7Bf St. Mary's calmer flow, to W. H. Johnson, $1093.68, to the Canfany see and wonder Bank of Columbia and $1665:68, to FarWhy the Spaniard loved it so? mers Bank Cane Valley, interest on the Florida is a land of old tin cans, debts is counted and included to the The land of fleas and jiggers, 2nd, day of Jan. 1912, the day of sale, The land of lice and body lice, and the further sum of 84.55, consoliA land of lazy niggers. dated cost and probable cost of $15. The Lord above, with His great love, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the His caused His light to shed Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Adair UpOn this land of worthless sand County, Hy , to the highest bidder at Asylum of the dead. ' pnblic auction, on the second day of Jan. 1912, at one o'clock p. m, or See the many toys at W. H.Wilson's. thereabout, it being County court for sa.id county, upon a credit of six Marriage licenses were issued from months, the following descrihed proper the Adair county clerk's office, last ty, towit: A lot or tract of land and week, to the following parties: Leslie the improvements thereon, situated and Dooley; E. Shepherd to Mattie being in Adair County Ky., m or near Clayton Pickett to Bessie Rogers; the town of Cane Valley, Ky., contain Sam Strevals to Cyrena Burton; insr 11? acres. It beiner the same land Ethley Overstreet to Lora A. Jones; conveyed to said R. B. Wilson, by J. G, Jo McGaha to Mrs. Nancy J. Burton. Sublett and on which said Wilsons resi dence is situated. Mrs. F. L. Selby, whose home was Also two lots of land and the buildnear Esto, Russell county, died last ings and improvements thereon, situatTuesday night. She was about forty-fiv- e ed in the town of Cane Valley, Adair years old, and was a victim of ty- County, Ky., and bounded as follows, phoid fever. She was a lady highly towit: respected in the neighborhood, and will First List: Beginning at a stone on be greatly missed. Besides her hus- th.s east side of the Columbia and band she leaves several children. Campbellsville turnpikeroad, and cor7, Lexington, Ky., Dec 6. (Special.)-- - All persons not holding a county certificate or a diploma from a high school who expect to enter the Western Kentucky State Normal School at Bowling Green, and want a free scholarship, should be at the office of the county Supt. Wednesday Dec. 20" to stand the examination for entrance at said school. Dr. Grady Sends a Card. - Card Of Thanks. A card from Dr. J. H. Grady states that he is now located at Stratford, Kings county, California. His former address was Porterville, same State, but his son, Dr. Clarence Grady, with whom he is. living, removed last week to the first place named. Stratford is sixty miles southwest of Porterville. The Doctor states that he arrived in California, on the 26th of November, standing the trip fine) and that his health is very good coughing but very little. He further states that California, where he is located, is a fine clilemons, figs and mate. Oranges, flowers growing abundantly in yards. He promises to tell us all about the country in a letter soon. He wants to be remembered to R.' F. Paull, Judge Jones, Sam Lewis, Geo. Nell, J. N. Coffey, Dr. Waggener and all other friend. The cry of fire drew a great many people to the home of Mr. and Mrs. H, N. Miller, last Wednesday afternoon. Fortunately no damage of any consequence was done. Leaves were burning, and the fire from them reached the wood-housbut it was soon extinguished. e, the ten $ ears 23,050. Presiding Elder's Appointments. 25-2- Cravens. They had doubtless been from the time of his visit to Columbia, as Cravens belonged to the society which had invited him to deliver the address. Marvin happened to be around at the hotel at the dinner hour, and as he was seedy m appearance, and looked as if he was in need of a good square meal, Cravens invited him to take dinner with him. They started up the steps to the dining hall, and when about half t? will be gra'ifying to his many friends to know that Mr. John B. Coffey, of this place, will be given a position by Henry Bosworth, the incoming Auditor. Our information is that he will work as an assistant under the Fire Marshall- - The office pays so much a day and expenses while actually engaged at work. We feel sure that Mr. Coffey will fill it with honor to himself and to the perfect satisfaction to those with whom he will have to deal. It r.. - F way up, Marvin, who realized his impecunious condition, halted and said with a troubled look, "Say Tim, who is to pay?" Cravens responded; "You are a hell of a man! Do you suppose I would invite a fellow to dinner, and not pay the bill?" Marvin, reassured, followed him to the dining room, and had the pleasure of partaking of a good meal. Hr C. B. A Des Moines man had''anfattack of muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. A friend .advised him to" go to Hot Springs. That meant an expense of $150.00 or more. He sought for a quicker and cheaper way to cure it ,and fouadit in Chamberlain's Liniment. Three days after the first application of or salef by thirl?"! ""sU10 wa8 weH- - J 'Paul Lizzie Morrison, an old colored woman, the mother of John Tyler Smith's Widow, died a few days ago. Penkie, a daughter of Reese Ewing, also colored, died in the suburbs' of Columbia Individual deposits subject to 122 571 50 check one day last week. The latter wes a James, the litele son of Mr and Mrs. benevolent organization member of a $101 637 58 James Garnett, was badly burned Total and her funeral was largely attended. about the right hand and right hTm State cf Kkntucky, ss: last Saturday morning. He is less than COrNTY OF ADAtR ) I. E. H. Hughes, Cashier of the above two years )kl and was near the grate. Cash for Accounts and Notes the above Hp nicked ud the Doker and stuck itin named bank, do solemnly swear-tha- t 1.flfc fire. Presently it became hot and u ... jrrrtti Tlaa fliam uwu vritVi he drew it through his hand, oaaiy Snbcribed and sworn to before me this 9th Vjuiucs aabiIit .T.v.. coijr ,c ' burnine it and his "arm Dr. Woodruff dav Df Dec. mi. GRSkytheJn.'P.-A.- ' Cf re3toi'atiye.ad-mmatered.li;b- e accounts and look after claims any Ftowersasalled and ii Commisdoa Expiree.7 Jnr. 24.' 1914. indicatioM-pointi- ar to. where in the United 'States, and donotj ... L.ttM. nNAJiAU. jfcCSMUKrr -? 3 k. make any charges unleeswe collect.a & TMIBXUI.IHWU.AUU cuui, iravms nvumi i ..Z. la t.. iiri. owes you, ? write s akWt Jvti i.zi jfaayboay Lep, uktb. jwi-u- a uk JaAJCXWTf WWBhl JPHPp0yf "It'l- . .- . i i" .if" kSEjtSO. aoetaent atra. uarnett nau steprauMtg john uru&wwra T't . Mays uouecuea Agvqcy. it. another room. . ' Somerset. Ky - AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE Advertisement appeared in the News OF BUSINESS DEC. 5, 1911 last week, giving a description of a gold RESOURCES. watch that had been found at Russell 89 000 3T & Co's., store. Two days after the pa- Loans and discounts .A. C. C. per was out four letters came from Overdraf tssecured and unsecur1972 82 ed four different parties who had lost a U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 00 Death of Mrs. Hunter. watch. Mr. Nolin White, who is now Other Bonds to Secure U. S. 2 042 000 Deposits at Athertonville, described the time 23 181 12 keeper exactly, and there is no doubt Bonds, securities, etc Banking-house- , furniture, and he is the owner of the watch, and but - Mrs. Molhe Hunter, a highly respect3 000 00 fixtures it will be turned over to hint when he Duo from National Banks (not ed lady, the widow of B. F. Hunter, G CI comes to Columbia. reserved agents) years ago, passed who died thirty-nin- e Due from State and Private beyone the veil at the home of her son, Banks and Bankers. Trust The Supervisors of the town of CoMr. Josiah Hunter, near Gradyville, Companies and Savings lumbia J. S. Breeding, F R. Winfrey last Saturday morning, aged sixty-seve- n Banks and AUen Walker, were busy all last Due from approved reserve years. agents 25 830.25 week, looking over the list as returned child of The deceased was 2 620:20 by the assessor. Quite a number of Checks and other cash items.... influ450 00 James L. Johnston, who was an persons were summoned before them to Notes of other National Binks ential citizen in his life time. Her Fractional paper currency, nick show cause wh changes should not be 100 40 mother is yet living, and is about nineels, and cents. made, and it is Our understanding that Lawful money reser-e- in bank. ty years oid. 9 117 viz: Specie many lists were lowered Early in life the subjuct of this no- 12 117 75 3 000 notes Lfcice made a profession of her faith in Redemption fund with U. S. Christmas Cantata. Treasurer (5 per cent, of cir-- . Christ, united with the Christian 1 250 00 culation) church, an'd was a consistent member On Wednesday Evening, Dec, 29,1911 101 637 38 until the summons came. Total at 8:00 o'clock at the Methodist church, Besides Joseph Hunter, she leaves LIABILITIES. the Methodist choir, with the assist- Capitalstock paid in 25 000 00 one son, in Texas, J. J. Hunter, and 18 000 00 quite a number of grand children, Paul ance of other singers from the various Surplus fund choirs of the town, will give a Christ- Undivided profits, less expenses and Victoria Hughes, of this place, be1207 09 and taxes mas Cantata The public is cordially National Bankpaid outstanding She is also 24 300 00 ing two of the number. notes invited. survived by three sisters, Mrs. Robert Due to Statu and Private Banks 53S90 Conover, Mrs. Rufus Price and Mrs. R. and Bankers Badly .Burned. Dividends unpaid L. Tandy. the-olde- st d Campbellsville ct, Nov. 9 Mannsville, Mannsville Dec , Casey Creek Dec. 6 ' Columbia, Columbia Dec. Cane Valley, Cane V Dec. 1 Gradyville, Gradyville Dec. 12 Tompkinsville, T'ville Dec. 7 W. T'ville, Fountain R. Dec. 0 Temple Hill at T. Hill Dec. W. F. Hogard, P. E. Colnmbia, Ky. 28-22-- 3 5-9-- 10 10-116-119-223-2- 4 Greensb'g ct., Hodges cl. Nov. Campbellsville sta., Nov. 7 26-2- 6 We wish to express our heart-fe- lt thanks to those who were so kind to us during the illness and death of our loving husband and father. Mrs. S. R. Walker and children. A general line of Christmas at W. H. Wilson's. NO. supplies 6769. OF OF THE CONDITION THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ner to the Farmers Bank lot and Bank building and lot and lines, thence Northeast 132 feet to a stone corner in said Wilson's line thence Northwest 50 feet to the middle of the road, to a stone in T. I. Smith's line, thence with said Smith's line, Southwest. 139 feet to a stone in the aforesaid turnpike road, thence with said turnpike road southeast 94 feet to the Beginning. Second lot bounded as follows, Beginning at Massie & Sublett line on the turnpike road and running 34 feet with said road thence Northeast a straight line to the tobacco house lot, thence with said lot line 34 feet to Massie & Sublett line, thence with Massie & Sub lett line to the beginnning. Also a certain farm or tract of land containing 85 acres, lying in Adair County, Ky., and near Cane Vslley,Ky. and known as the Jeff Bumgarner farm and now owned by the defendant, R. B. Wilson For an accurate description of said lands reference is made to the pleadings and judgment and order of sale in this action. For the purchase price, purchaser with approved surety or sureties, must execute bond bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepaced to comply with these "terms. Dec. 13, 1911. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, In accordance with a hint conveyed in a circular isseud by Lawrence O. Murray, United States Controller of the Currency," brought to their attention by Na tional Bank Eeaminer Percy H, John ston, the Lexington Clearing House Association has adopted resolutions de- -' daring that no more overdrafts shall be permitted by the banks cf this city after March 1, 1912. All credits which have heretofore been made in the shape of overdrafts, are to be in the form of direct loans by formal notes in future. It is estimated that the overdrafts in Lexington .have annually aggregated more than $200,000, and in all the national banks of the United States the overdrafts have for the last five years amounted to more than 3:35,000,000 each year. A recent decision of the United States Supreme Court holds that an overdraft is given on the cashier's own responsibility, and at the peril of himself and his sureties. The clause on this subject in Controller Murray's circular is as follows: "A usage to allow customers to overdraw, and to have their checks and notes charged up, without present funds in the bank stripped of all technical disguise, the usage and practice, tmi3 attempted to be sanctioned, is a usage"and practice to misapply the funds of the bank; and to connive at the withdrawal cf the same withoutany security, in favor of certain privileged persons. Such a usage and practice is surely manifest departure from the duty, as both the directors and cashier, cannot receive any countenance in a court of justice. It could'not be supported by any vote of the directors, however formal; and, therefore, whenever done by the cashier, is at his own peril, and upon the responsibility of himself and his sureties. It is any thing but "well and truly executing his duties as cashier." Christmas Program Lindsey-Wilso- n Recital by Junior Pupils of Music and Expression Departments Tuesday afternoon Dec. 12th, 2:30 o'clock. Recital by Music Pupils Friday evening Dec. 15th, 7:30 o'clock. Admission 10 cents. An Evening of Plays by Expression Pupils, Saturday evening Dec. 16th, at 7:30 o'clock. Admission 15 cents. Reserved seats 25 cents. Any person having c'aims against the estate of J. D. Absher, deceased, will present same properly proven to me be-. fore Dec. 15. S. H. Absher, Admr. 5-- 2t SALT FOR SALE. I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, which cost only 15 cents more than the oi bushel barrel which you buy else33-Sam Lewis. where. 3t XJ Who Preaches Next Sunday. Edmonton, Rev J. R. Crawford. Pleasant Hill, Eld. Z. T. Williams. Columbia, Rev. D. H. Howerton. Columbia, Rev. J. W. Weldcn. Mr. G. B. Hendrickson, who has been the manager of the Campbellsville Hotel for several years, ha3 sold hi3 interest to Frank Rice, who will continue the hotel with the assistance of C. B. Dohonny, who also owns an interest. All tbe parties are former Adair county Legal-tend- er men, . Mrs. George Dehart, of Russell Springs, returned from Louisville last week where she had been to submit to an operation. This makes four times she has gone under the knife, - ?- jv., 1- - r' t t"l-..B- ."' 'ig ' EtheLJaekmin jto') assistant AttUKiCaJ''TiSi k eaeMsfiui AKress;. store mi T.WujlkN TwwilTfii;7" a victim e aopeadtckk t Tl Walter I. Ingram purchased, last week, the interests of Joseph S. Knif-le-y and Tida Mary Sanders in the P. services were held in the farm, lying on Casey's creek. The funeral place, Sunday Consideration, $600. Christian church, this afternoon, conducted by Eld. Z. T. Williams, many relatives and friends I am now in my new place ofTbusinesa being present. The interment was be- with a clean stock. Call and see me. "" side the grave of her departed husband W.H. Wilson. -- ' in. the .u .- - city cemetery. . Regular Apptimmcwts. ThVfollowing was received cMonday morning from .Tarapa,f.fla., "Mies Book-keeper'asd w .. .; F. Breeawg, will proaekr ' . j fta' eacnnoath as follows: !.- ' HepewaL first Swday: Rev, C. - a&'fieHrieada are greatly alamea v everfeerVceaettioa;" Provideeee, secead gmimj. JaaaeetowBt fewrtk: -- v? 7' . tT 1 'u - Ji ( V - ti J" -. T -- V- - A. ! - & THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Christmas Shopping. when she got about again, and labor and exquisite art. They can't get, the whole family had suffered The egotist aways feels a were made to order produced Just what to give for a Christ(From HogwallowKentuckian) in sheets of varying dimensions boundless pity for the people mas present is agitating the from her sickness. One mother that I meet occasionally takes Sap Spradlen say3 there are according to the use to which who don't like him. minds of a great .many of our her pencil and p id and sets down The less a woman loves her very few people that can wash they were to be put. The mod readers, and this uncertainty is their faces without getting their ern rolls of wall paper with a husband the more she pleases his what makes Christmas shopping every night just what is to be continuous duplicate design were satanic majesty, donethe next day everything hands wet. so unsatisfactory if put off until Little Fidity Flinders is grow- unknown. It was not until the Perhaps the most of us would the rush comes. The purchaser that calls for attention ; then she ing very fast now, and will soon invention of the modern print-in- g be different if onr neighbors enters the store with no definite goes over the list, marking out what can be left undone with and stamping machines with were what they ahould be. be too large to hold the calf object in view, and in conseAll the world may be a stage, the least jaring of the household cylindrical rollers that a continwhile his mother milks. quence the patient clerk' finds it Tobe Moseley has been staying uous conventional pattern was but unfortunately we can't al- hard work to wait upon the pros- machinery; then, what can be ways hear the prompter,. left until later, juskas well; and at home this week trying to favored. pective purchaser; as the time Many a man who claims to be the third time she goes over the study up a good name for a dog As neither China nor Japan for the close of the purchasing list she leaves only what absowas a communicative country as honest as the day is long he has just traded for. season approaches matters' get lutely must be done. And she com- wouldn't want the searchlight Two brothers Esam and'.Isam during the beginning of the worse, everything is unsatisfact Europe these turned on his night record. finds she can get the "must-be- s are here for a visit from Calf mercial history of ory both to the customer and done without very great fatigue Ribs community. They are twins wall paper importations were few clerk. Brain Leaks, considerif she still finds that she can do and wear the same kind of collar and far between and Thereis every reason why you a few of the other things, but ably at a premium. Yet they buttons. cheap man always delivers should do your holiday shopping one soon hit the European fancy as of the big items on her list is now, or at least at an early date. Luke Mathewsla fell into a sink a similar lines of goods. "frequent rest spells." a good substitute for the arras hole in the Gander creek bottom In the first place stocks are unThe man who says he never and tapestries of the time. Tuesday night while hunting broken, and you have a' much 'Poultry Expeiments. Up to the end of the seven- makes mistakes is making mighty to select from now larger line coons. Luke is always getting teenth century the imported big one. The Bureau of Animal Industinto something. to be a "good than yon will find at a later date It costs a product was prohibitive in price, Besides, who wants to buy ry has received a report of some A pohibitionist passed through however and it was not until the fellow," but it costs nothing to Hogwallow Thursday evening. things that has been pawed over poultry experiments conducted middle of the eighteenth century be a good man. He attracted a good peal of atand rejected by hundreds of oth- by the Ontario Agricultural Colthat it was really a familiar thing This is the season of the year tention, and was followed to ers. If you do not'jvato take lege and Experiment Farm. on the market. When the meth. when everybody is advised to do In a pen of fowls which receivaway your purchases, 'the;-storthe end of the road. ods for printing and stamping your Christmas shopping earley,' will gladly mark them and lay ed their animal food in the form The wild Onion school teacher wall paper from blocks was in- and nobody does it. 55 per cent of the has traded for a new dictionary them away for future delivery. of butter-miltroduced from China each nation So far we have managed to and will learn a lot of big words Another thing is the time at eggs hatched; where 10 per cent was jealous of its neighbor in the resist the temptation topurchast to ue whe n the trustees visit your disposal. Now the clerks of the dry mash was beef scrap. wall paper trade and tried to one of those fuzzy hats but we the school Friday afternoon. are fresh, have plenty of time'at 5)5 percent hatched; where the can feel ourselves slipping. keep its own process a secret. Dock Hocks, our enterprising Nothing tickles us more than their disposal, and will gladly hens had all the beef scrap thej Toward the end of the Seven blacksmith, who does barber assist customers by suggestions. wanf-p- in a hopper, 33 percent teenth centery the English were the sight of a man with false work on the side, has announced Later, they will be so over - hatched; where no animal food the largest importers of the teeth who thinks that he is that hereafter he will cut hair at hand decorated Chinese wall pathe fact that he wears 'em worked that they will barely was given, 565 per cent, hatched; the rate of ten cents per hundred upon you, and will do that where hens received about three pers, but only for a short time. .We never see a young man with wait One of the most profround mys As the demand increased they a beautifully curled moustache in a listless way that will simply fourths of a pound of green cut hone daily, 405 per cent hatched. steries that has clouded the brow began to perfect a process of but what we wonder a bit" how aggravate you. Ii was also found by the Staof The simplest dictates of the deputy constable is now paper stamping and paper decor- much time he wasted on it. shrouding the public's mind. ation to imitate tapestries, and The man or woman who knows humanity call out for a regula- tion that the average cost per dozWhere is Raz Barlow's hat? He with improved machinery soon how to grow old gracefully has tion of affairs that will prevent en of egg from 138 pullets from is sure that he pulled it off when cheapened their product and accquired about all the knowledge the crush that usually prevails October 1 to March 1 was 18.62 he went to bed Wednesday night popularized it all over Europe. necessary to make life worth just before Christmas, especial- cent and from March 1 to Seply in the stores chiefly patroniz- tember 1,848 per cent. Valunng but when he rose the next mo g By the time of the Stuarts the living. it had completely disappeared arras of Shakespeare's era was If we had made the world we ed by ladies. The poor girl eggs at 3 cents each the average Realizing the vast importance of beginning to disappear. would have left out a lot of the clerks who are on their feet Irom profit per hen over and above a hat, he at once began a close troublesome things and quite early morn until late at night, cost of leed was 76 cents." likely overlooked making most of and all the time working at a search, and ere the dinner hour Quick Tailoring. Slate Finances. high nervous tension, will aphad arrived nearly all of the the good things. A man walked into a tailoring people of the community were We are waiting for some house- preciate your efforts to mitigate At the close of business on helping him hunt for it. After shop, the other day, and asked hold economic sharp to tell us this pressue that can scarcely be November 1st, the outstanding dinner the party was consider- to have a coat made. how to keep the baby from kick- borne. ably strengthened by the post Another thing we wpuld im- warrants, amounted to a little "When do you want the gar- ing all the bedclothes off in the press and that is, while remem- over $1,600,000 and it is believed middle of the bed at night, mabter and a gallon of licker and ment?" asked the tailor. that about one million ofthis the house was entirely surround"This evening. I want to We are mighty happy to relate bering your friends don't forget ed and closely searched. A theory wear it to a dinner.,' that the Little Woman has never the poor, who are said to be the amount will be called in about December 10th, and stop the was raised several feet .while the "Impossible!" cried the tailor yet made the Architect a Christ- special wards of Our Master,and payment of interest. State deputy went under with his lan "Make a coat in a day unheard mas present m anuf actured after giving to whom is said to be Treasurer Edwin Farley stated tern, but to no avail. The stable the directions- for a "Beautiful lending to Him. These we have of!" was the next object of the search Christmas gift for father" found always with us, and some of recently that no definite calculadone yes. Yet it has been and finally strong suspicion resin the Woman's Household Com- them will know but little of the tion had been made yet, but a from the shearing of the wool ted upon the cow that had all the and gladness un- general estimate had been made era of good-wiforter. from the sheep's back to the time stood by the fence looking less those to whom God has en- and that he believed that somefinished garment. This feat was Cold Shoulders. much fuller and when it became trusted His good shall divide thing near a million dollars accomplished as far back as 1811 f worth of warrants would be call known that Raz's hat was of dewith them. by John Coveter, near Newbury, ed in for payent. When the lightful eating straw, flavored Caleb Powers did not get a in England. Democrats went out of office they For The Short Days. with a red hat band, the suspicion cordial reception in St Paul, judAt 5 o'clock in the morning left something like a million and was doubly strengthened. On ging by the following which was No doubt the house mother can a quarter dollars in the Treasury. account of the lateness of the Mr. Coveter was presented two season, Raz has decided not to Southdown Wedder sheep. At printed in the News of that city, find plenty to keep her hands The Reoublicans will leave nearbring suit against the owner of first the sheep were shorn, the regarding the lecture of the full from the early rising to the ly a million dollars of debt drawthe animal, and will count him- wool spun.the yarn spooled, warp- Eleventh districts Congressman: late going to bed, these short ing interest as well as a large floating debt. self out a good hat and the cow ed, loomed and wove. After "Caleb Powers, twice days: but it is a good idea to sift millin one. After reaching the con- that the cloth was burred, out a great .many of the unnecesThe Gentle Cynic. ed, rowed, dyed, pressed, and sentenced to life imprisonment sary asks, and find all the rest clusion triat the cow had con-- ' and once sentenced t'o death for sumed the hat Raz remembered late in the afternoon put in the the assassination of periods we can. And when one ' Other people's troubles are alhands of the tailors. that the cow had been watching Governor William Goebel, of comes to think of it there are a ways magnified. By half-pa- st six the coat was him suspiciously all summer. of Kentucky addressed the stud great many things that could Every great moral teacher in ' finished, and Mr. Coveter preents of the Minnesota State Agri-- J just as well be left undon, and life history has been a heretic. J Chinese Wall Paper. sented it to one of the gentlemen would go on, without the jarring cultural School Wednesday. of the town amid the thundering All tne world's a stage, but "Would it not seem to the or- of a cog in its machinery. Not is said that the European applause of 5,000 spectators. It house-mothwas most of the actors are amateurs dinary citizen that if the farm long ago, a wall paper was import nation of beyond her The wages of sin are paid no school is so ljard pressed for or found working far ed from China. There its orna- The Gentle Cynic bet- matter what the industrial conators that it has to enter the lists strength on, work that might mentaLuse for screens, parti--j ditions may be. of convicted murderers, it would ter have been divided up tions and the like was known as Many people would be more be a good time to cut out some a number of days. She It's all right to look up to . Auearly as the was warned that it would not do others, if they don't mind havtruthful if they talked less. of the oratory? thorities on this subject assert that she would break Jdown; ing them look .down on you. are mighty few musi"The appearence of murderer that it was Holland during her There. who can master the horn Caleb Powers in a college lecture but she persisted, and the ,To get the better of an argunaval supremacy of the Sixteenth cians was as foretold. She ment always make plenty. of course might-o- f course one dare the other enturyf which first began to de- not say it would tend to confuse spent several weeks in bed from hunt for proof. adopt and hang around the wall The goodness of some men pends more on the police than on the young folks attending that exhaustion. But she found compaper idea. school as to what constitutes real fort in the fact that "she .went When you have a bilious attack give The early Chinese wall papers principle. happineee is merely a case grateness in the yiewof the to bed with the house clean." Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They Far) sale by Paul are excellaat. irece .printed from Wocki, hand True '"Thjngs" were not so ordealy Drug Co. stamped- with infinite of nofcv wanting the thing you university. " f .. painted or : Ho Wallow Happen!n js, -- FELT HIS PRESENCE. Instance of Telepathy D- scribed by John Muir. .loan Muir, In his book. "My First , Bummer In the Sierras." relates a curious instance of telepathy. He spent the summer of 1800 In the beautiful wilderness around the Yoscmite valley. One day he was busily sketching ox the North Dome, when suddenly he became possessed with the notion that hifl friend Professor J. D. Butler of the University of Wisconsin was below him In the valley. He jumped up, full of the idea of meeting him. being almost as much startled as if some one had unexp&flecflytouched him and made him look up. Instantly he went running down the slope and along the brink of the valley, looking for a way to the bottom, feeling drawn irresistibly. Gradually his common sense convinced him that he could not possibly reach the hotel until after everybody would be asleep for the night. He therefore compelled himself to stop, but the nest day he went into the valley and found that Professor Butler had arrived the evening before, unexpected by anybody. He had been four or Ave miles distant at the moment when Mr. Muir was so suddenly apprised of his presence. "He had Just entered the valley hy way of the Coulterville trail." says th author. "aDd was coming past El Capitan when his presence struck me. Had he then looked toward tile North Dome with a good glass he might have seen me jump up from my work and run toward him. This seems .the one well defined marvel of my life of the kind called supernatural." Curious i lt e RESURRECTION PLANT. k. con-sealin- g rn-in- It Comes to Life. After Drying Up, if Plunged Into Vater. One of the mot extraordinary plants in the world is undoubtedly that known to botanists as Anastatlca. commonly called the Resurrection plant or occasionally the i'ose or Jericho. It Is an annual inhabiting the Egyptian desert. It is so highly hygromet-ri- c that when fully developed it con tracts Its rigid branches so as to constitute a ball. Exposed then to the action of the wind it Is blown hither and thither toward the sea. when It is gathered and exported to Europe. If then, when apparently dead and dried up. its root is plunged into water, the buds swell with new life and leaves of its calyx open, the petals unfold, the flower stalk grows and the full blown flowers appear as if by magic. When removed from the water the plant returns to its original apparently dead condition until again placed in water: hence, its title of the Resurrection plant. There are many superstitious tales concerning this so called rose afloat In the east. It Is said to have llrsj bloomed on Christmas eve and continued to flower till Easter, at It5 birth heralding the advent of the Redeemer, and Immediately before his departure honoring his resurrection. T. IVs London Weekly. The Range of Vision. Data have been gathered h Germany with reference to the dlstanc at which persons may be recognized by their faces and figures. If one has good eyes, the Germans claim, one cannot recognize a person whom he has seen but once before at a greater distance than feet). twenty-flv- e meters (eighty-tw- o If the person is well known to one. one may recognize him at from flfty to a huudred meters, and if it Is a member ot one's family, even at ir0 meters. The whites of the eyes may be seen at meto twenty-eigh- t from twenty-seve- n ters and the eyes themselves at seventy-two meters. The to seventy-thre- e different parts of the body and the slightest movements are distinguishameters. The limbs ble at ninety-on- e meters a show at 1S2 meters. At moving man appears only as an indefinite form, and at 720 meters (2.3U1 6 feetf the movements of the body are it longer visible. Scientific American. 5-1- 0 r - ll ex-convi- cold-blood- ed Put your heart into the search for a friend, freely offer assistance to any of the crowd who needs It. and. sooner or later, you will find a hand outstretched toward yours, and your soul will meet it likeness. Do not imitate those who. shut up in their individuality as in a citadel. Indifferent to all passers by. yet send forth on the four winds of heaven the melancholy cry. Tnere are no friends!" They do exist, he sure of it. but only for those who seek, for those deeply Interested In the search and for those who do not remain content to spin out the thread of life In a corner like a spider's web. intended to catch happiness. Halleck and Drake. Friends. . er Fitz Greje Halleck. the poet and author of "Marco Bozzaris." who died in 1 -- SOT. iu be-twe- en ily plot In the Alderbrook cemetery at Winsted. Conn. The body of his friend. Joseph Rodman Drake, the author of "The American Flag." rests in the old Hunt burying ground In Bronx borouch. New York city, now known as Drake's park. Magazine of Ameri, can HJstory. is buried inhe Halleck fam- fourth-century- conse-queuc- es , Bpaln.'i 'Well." said the motorist, "there .are a few bad places as you come down the mountains, but in the axain the roads are pretty good." Washington "Jell me about Spain., romantic' Romantic Sqain. Herald. - . -- . -- i Jf ! n 'mJiMzdlM:. I i; V I I Always rise from the tattiaiHKfe aa appetite aa4 ye will wttaevti .iaBBBBBBBBBBV : ft ff ".."' LP'AQaaatoL Twn - lflE fHE SERUM TREATMENT HOG; CHOLERA. Hog cholera Is Renins In its deadly ravages in a good mau.v sections, and -- ADAIR COUNTY NbJWS REMOVE wHORNS. - , '. FOR - NHG THE CURE. IN THE REALM OF FASHION USELESS niiilllUlIllHlllllillliillliiliillllllHllliiiliiiiiiJiiiiiiiliill!! a word about the serum treatment may be welcome to some who live iu sec- Graphic Pen Picture of Carlsbad tions when the disease is sp: ending. and its DyspepLics. A number of state legislatures have set aside a fu J to cover ihe cost of the manufactu e of the serum, the state MUD BATHS AND VILE WATER veterinary department making the serum and selling it to farmers of the state at cost. The Nebraska Agricu- The Victims Drink Often and Drink ltural college at Lincoln has recently Deep and Absorb With the Evil Brew issued a timely little bulletin on the Large Doses of Misery An Un- subject, and the' foilcm-indata, while pleasant and Costly Road to Health. taken from this publication, is of genA city shaped like a cup. a cup coneral Interest and would appl.-- to'syiy section. To secure a serum of uniform taining hot water. The sides of the quality it is necessary to mis the four city are clothed with pines, and in the ' bleedings from each hog. then mis hollow He the waters where the dysthose from a number of bogs and test peptics of the world foregather to carefully before sending out. it has drink and to be healed. They desire to been found that the serum costs H be freed from excess of fat. from yelcents per cubic centimeter to make, low skins, from pains that catch one j while the dose recommended is twenty Iu the smah of the back and from the cubic centimeters per 10 pounds of stiff joints that follow hard upon the hog and for pigs weighing less tban pleasures of the too abundant board. In Carlsbad you drink often and 100 pounds. On this basis the treatment for a hog weighing 300 pounds drink deep. Drinking Is your main Your drinking glass Is would cost $1.20. which Is an expense occupation. strapped over your shoulders as you surely justifiable on a hog selling at ?5 per hundredweight and particularly wander, sipping from spring to spring, so in. the case of valuable p ire bred as assiduously as any one bee, but animals. The pamphlet in question sug- you do not get honey. G. Your misery begins at At G o'clock gests calling a qualified veterin irian at they call you, and you are expected to once on the appearance of sickness resembling cholera In the herd, the kill- be shaved and decent before you face ing of a sick pig and ascertaining the the world of waters and of miserable you had not at 7 o'clock. real character of the disease at once sinners miserable sinner,Iftoo. you would been a by a postmortem examination. Unless here, but you have done those the disease is indicated the serum not be you ought not to have done and thiugs should not be given, as it would render you have left undone those things yon the hogs immune but three or four ought to have done, and your penalty weeks. It is of no use to give a sick Is Carlsbad. hog the treatment. Only well hogs So you take your place at the end of s should receive the Injection of serum. Otherwise a lasting immunity will not result Some hogs that have had the germs in their systems several days will likely die in spite of 'the treatment Where one cannot secure the aid of a veterinary surgeon the farmer can treat the hogs himself provided he exercises the necessary precautious. The hogs should be In a dry. clean place at least twenty-fou- r hours before receiving the treatment In addition to the serum, which should have been got direct from the state veterinary department, and one should have a ten cubic centimeter syringe, the hog to be treated should have the inside of the thighs washed thoroughly with a 5 per cent solution of some good coal tar dip. and the erum should be Injected deeply into the muscles, not over twenty cubic centimeters being put in one place. The serum may be Injected just under the skin of the abdomen, but it is not so readily absorbed. The bulletin above referred to does nof make reference to it, but a point that should be emphasized Is the wisdom of steering clear of serums advertised at a bargain price by irresponsible Arms. So serum should be used except that furnished by the state Teterinary department or a firm recommended by It THAT DAY IN OCTOBER. The poet Lowell has said of June, "Then, if ever, come perfect days." True, but what of that day In October after the first frost? It began in a "rosy fingered dawn" dispelling a night chill and developed into the molten, golden glow of a perfect autumn day. The poplars, birches, maples, sumacs and Virginia creepers added their tribute of color to the carnival of beauty. The crow, the jay, the belated nuthatch or chattering squirrel gave the one touch of life and sound to the pensive stillness of the splendid woods. Grapes In fragrant clusters and nuts and apples dropping of their own ripe weight were mute witnesses of the season's wealth and prodigality. Rod In hand, the nearby placid pool, bearing a fleet of fallen leaves, was "sought and the gamy bass lured to the surface with the tempting fly or minnow. A swirl and the nerves were and the rel musical with the efforts of the fish to gain Its freedom. A bit later a suapping fire was blazing, and a picnic lunch was spread and the keen appe'"te of the human animal satisfied: at sunset, still of molten gold, the return home through the peaceful woods, their brilliant leaves shedding that mystic afterglow and adding "moments to the day. Perfect days in June? Yes. and in October. that have been exposed to cholera a queue Usi, iw TO TELL POISON IVY. A great many attractive things hove, danger for those who come In contact with them. Among those in the natural world Is poison Ivy. which In the fall in most sections Is one of the most brilliantly colored vines to be found. Many boys and girls and not a few older people do not know the vine, and a word about It Is In place. The most Important distinctive feature about It is that it has three leaves In a cluster instead of vfive. as In the case of the well known Virginia creeper, which, though to be found in wood lots all over the country, is frequently used as a porch climber. Another mark of the poison ivy Is the cluster of numerous small whitish berries which it bears, not at all like the purple berries of the Virginia creeper. In spite of Its name the nolson ivy does very little climbing. vR rather sprawls and. as a rule. Is a short vine, Interesting Spots. making comparatively slight growth "I suppose." ays the lady next door, Ih a single season. It cannot stand "that you saw many really wonderful cultivation and hence is mcfst often places while you were abroad." found along river courses, in pasture "Yes. indeed." replies the returned rlets and in fence rows and corners. traveler. "1 think the most shivery ef them all,, however, was the catacoraera In Rome. I have the nightmare abovt ? 300 dyspeptics long and wish you were dead. You very nearly are, for no "morning tea" sustains you; they forbid that; it is strictly against the law. You take your turn at the "Spru-del- " spring uncomforted by the cook. Everything contributes to your misery. A German close behind you is treading on your heels and breathing loudly down your neck, and a gentleman in a curious top hat is conducting an orchestra with intent to make you merry. He fails. You hate him. And every moment you draw nearer to the "Spru-del- " spring. It leaps from the bowels of the earth toward the roof of the colonnade shrouded in Its own steam, and a girl In waterproof overalls catches you a glassful by means of a long pole. Then you retire to a corner with the evil brew and try to drink it It tastes of dead rats hot ones, long dead. Your character may be divined by your method of aealing with it. It may be faced as one faces a pet beverage, "with an air," or it may be dallied with in sips or thrown away. It may beat you altogether, but this is rare. The hardened dyspeptic who does his yearly "cure" has a trick with a little glass pipe. He is imitated by the wise. After the first fell glass you hurry to the little glass pipe stall and buy a little glass piDe for your very own, and half an hour later you brace yourself together for the second dose. If you have sinned deeply you may be ordered even three, but probably you wiH be let off with two goes of "Sprudel and one of something lighter. 'An hour afterward you may have an inadequate meal of sour milk, one egg and a browny roll that would baffle a dentist. During the morning you will be required to undergo a bath, possibly 04 mud. reeking with curative properties'and very expensive as expensive as the lunch you would like to have .afterward if they would let you. Even as it stands your mockery of a meal, fruit, rice and a bit of a boiled bird climbs up to a total hitherto unassociated with such elementary Insufficiencies. At 4 o'clock you drink more water. At 10 the long day closes with a final gulp, and the dinner intervening is beneath the dignity of words of any words. Sixty .thousand of the sorrowful subject themselves to these penalties yearly every summer. But in spite of the 00,000 you will probably be a lonely soul in Carlsbad. Its dietetic system does not make for sociability or mirth. But as the days go by the pink hues of health begin to return to your cheek, your color ceases to be drab and your temper becomes less vile. You find you can tolerate your fellow man with some degree of courtesy even when he breathes down your neck and clears his throat in the region of your ear. There is less o Hamlet about you and more of Puck, for your days are ordered now more in conformity with nature's plan and your reward is an equability that is foreign to the life of broken laws in the place from whence you came. For two or three weeks this quickening process will develop and continue until in the exuberance of health you return to your land. When you are not here Carlsbad puts Its shutters up and goes away to cure Itself-o- f the tedium of having cured you, and by the time it has finished with you Its coffers are quite com fortably stocked against a holiday, for you were not a "cureguest" for noth ing. Still you were cured, and a cure Is always .cheap, But on the whole perhaps It would have been cheaper if you had kept the law. London Mail. but Often Lead te Serious Damage. Since Pietertje Maid Ormsby made ihe great record that won first place In the thirty day division and had her picture so widely published many letFall Millinery. ters have come to me in regard to her, Two of the smartest fall models says Superintendent ,M. H. Gardner of have been sketched here. The one is the Holsteln Registry at Delavan, a round hat In pansy purple fur felt Wis., in a letter to the American Cultiset off by a flaring bow of striped rib- - vator. Several breeders show curiosity as to her lack of horns, one or two commenting unfavorably. As an individual proposition a neat pair of short, nicely curved waxy horns on a cow's head may be something to be admired. As a general proposition the cow of today has no need of such weapons, and if she has them will surely use them on her mates in the herd and cause more or less loss to the owner. Ages ago when the ancestors of Pietertje ilaid Ormsby ran half wild in the forests of Europe it was necessary for the cow to protect her calf from the depredations of wolves and other beasts of prey, and the horns which nature had provided for that purpose Were a necessity, but such conditions no longer exist, and our breeders may well ask themselves as to what useful purpose can be served by horns on the head of a cow. Pietertje Maid Ormsby never had any horns because their growth was prevented. When a calf of about three weeks old, as soon as slight swellings showed where the horns were to be, she was laid on her side and the hair closely clipped from both swellings. Then the swellings were moistened with water and carefully rubbed with a stick of caustic potash, and the work was done with absolutely no pain to the little animal. LIME WET LANDS IN May Adorn Cow, I Woodson Lewis 1 The great Green River .Merchandise Distributor, has. just Received a Magnificent stock of New Fall clothing, Shoes &c. 3 Which :2 2 Sugar he is offering at Popular prices. 50 Suits carried over 15 at one Third - off. sE lbs for one dollar 2 Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for 3 Best Pattent Flour per bbl 52 Second E: Pat. - $6.25 4.75 4.25 2 r : FALL it yet'-Jud- ge. Ne whip cats so deeply as the ef'ceMdeaee. Frrert. Caustic Forms Are Best and Cheapest if Spread When Finely Powdered. The period of late July and August affords the best time for the drainage of many wet areas of land which are so saturated that they are filled with water at other seasons, says Professor B. O. Pippin of the New York State College of Agriculture. Particularly is It desirable to drain heavy clay land at ttiis season in order that the soil M Sr "V4 which Is thrown out may have an opportunity to thoroughly dry before returned to its position over the TWO FETCHING NEW HATS. tile. This period of slack work Is also bon The other hat is of putty colored worth considering for the drainage of felt, trimmed with coral pink velvet those other wet areas on the farm ribbon. The very high crown and which show themselves in the field by pulled down brim are characteristics the dwarfed crop and the distress of the new millinery. which It suffers during these dry periods. Those places which suffer most from drought are often the same HANDKERCHIEFS areas which have had an excess of water In the early spring. The application of lime on old meadOF LAWN AND LAGE ows and upon other land which is to be plowed for a crop next spring should now be considered. Caustic forms of lime which are generally Designs With Hand Worked Mon- most economical in this state are best applied in the fall, provided they are distributed In the finely powdered ogram Are Preferred. form. Fall applications followed by late fall or early spring plowing are preferable. Occasionally round handkerchiefs are to be met with, but these are apt to POST LIFTER THAT LIFTS. have the appearance of .doilies, and the old fashjoned square shape will be Costs Practically Nothing, but No found the best The scrap of muslin Patent Device Can Beat It. or lawn trimmed with lace or embroidTake an old solid cornplanter wheel ery today finds a place in the ward- and set it as closely against the post robe of every well dressed woman. To as the chain will allow. Put a hook. A, make a handkerchief verv fine linen on the end of the main chain, using may be used, and lawn and even a shorter chain to go around the post muslin are pressed into the service. The size will naturally depend upon the owner's individual taste, but n square measuring from sis to ten Inches across will usually be found " quite sufficient. For a small handkerchief it will be found best to make the hem quite narrow, half a dozen threads drawn an inch and a quarter from the edge. which is then turned in and hemstitched, being about the most suitable KO POST CAS STAND THIS. The hem being thus disposed of, the question which next arises Is that of just at the top of the ground. Hitch a ornamentation. horse at B, with a long singletree. Drawn thread work is always pretty This is the best post lifter ever and and appropriate and may take the form can be rigged up in the shortest time. of a narrow Insertion running all The upward pull on the post may be round, a half or a quarter of an inch increased by placing a triangular block inside the bem, or. better still, a square in front of wheel. or more or less triangular piece of work in one or each corner. The threads for this should be drawn in A SEED CORN OBSERVATION. squares, and there? are Innumerable '? v patterns charming and quite simple A Michigan farmer vouches for which may be found In any book on this- method of improving his drawn thread work and which are sincorn. He says, 'i always choose, gularly adaptable to this purpose. tho top par from a stalk bearing two or mors ears and after doFor those who do not care about ing so for the third or fourth embroiddrawn thread work there is time I have been successful in ery, which may take many forms a growing four to six ears on at design more or less elaborate, accord least half tho stalks in the fiel'd." Ing to the 'capabilities of the worker, CXH4MHM4HHJMJrtJ'!! running all round the 'edge, a design, 1 otherwise, in each corconventional orv General Farm Notes. ner or a name, monogram or initial worked in one corner, either plain or Oats are the best single grain food surrounded by a spray of flowers or for a horse and the best for road pursome other ihcasement. The embroid poses. ery must, of course, be exceedingly fine, A good colt bred for a purpose, and having consideration for the thinness fed and trained for a purpose, is never of the material. 1 drug on the market. Pure feed, plenty of air and regular exercise are best for tho mother horse. The "Airy Cap. Plenty of picturesque Louis XVI. or But don't overdo the work. mob caps of silk or velvet with ruch-IngThe Individuality of each horse or, rather, plaitings of tulle, lace .should be studied, and the feeds supor point d'esprit around the face are plied to meet individual requirements. I to be seen in Paris, some with quaint Don't shut up a little colt in a dingy garlands of tiny silken roses forming place by himself. ( Give him companchaplet between crown and brim if ionship. A calf will do if there are the plaitings forming flounces may be ao other colts on the 'farm. so called. Others have a "soft satin Iftbe lawn is' weedy and the .grass ribbon twisted round the lower por- - does not'feeem to make a "good .growth tfon; of the mob and a big, windmill apply nitrate 'of,soda at the rate of 150 ' bow upon the side, while others, again, to 2QO noaads per acre. Scatter broadshow a simple-fu- ll blown rope nestling cast jnst before a rain or before waamid the soft rocking o tulle le boa-ne- t tering. Nitrate of soda may be heed de'Mln PfreoawiertaMeeifcr e&'spiecn and other leaf crops to fad- - . Alfred de Musset T; Vantage. 1' I Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It wilfpay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that wilLgive You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and'you will always know what you bought. I Have a Full Stock of ea be-iu- g Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop ofwheatand for it, am now paying 5c .per bushel more than anyone esle. pay-cas- h ARE YOU WITH ME? Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS !GREENSBURG, KY. - If 7i!!!!nn!m!!!!nfnmn?H!n!n!m!!!!!in!!!in!f!!!!!!!!!!i!!nK Teach Children How to Breathe. fTW Ageing With Grace. I - s. A great many women have a to breathe correctly. This horror of growing old. With is largely due to t .e neglect of pitiful efforts they will try to their parents whohave failed to prolong their youth, long past teach them proper carriage the period for its usual depart When boys and girls are grow-in- g ure. While every woman should rapidly, they have a tenden- try to keep young as long as cy to stoop, the shoulders droop- possible by her manner of dress ing forward and causing a hol- - and actions, still, she makes her- low chest. Mother should be self look ridiculous if she cries to ever on the alert to correct this be "kiddish" when she has posture, for it may result in se - j reached the period that demands rious chest troubles. T e a e h dignity and poise. To grow old gracefullyshould your children to stand erect, with the chest thrown out. The be the desire of every woman, shoulders will then fall into cor- and one cannot do this if one rect position. The chin should pays attention to mere externals. The sweetness and richness of be held up and in. A good way to master the matuer years come from an and mind, and it is proper carriage of flie head, is to whose sympathies are have children walk around the broad, Whose outlook is charitaroom several times" a ay, holding ble and cheerful, who 'is going-terect with a book upon the head carry her age well. Next to it. Breathing should be deep, Being a lovely young woman, coming all the way from the ab- - there is nothing more to be cfc domen, and not just from the sired, than to be a lovable old chest. Tell them always to woman. breathe through- the nostrils, and notf through the mouth. If You will find that druggists everythey cannot do this, there must where speak' well .of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. They kWfrom IobS be some obstruction in the nasal experience in. the teJe of it that in cases passage: The family physician of coughs aad colds it cm always be should, be consulted about this at depeadedpoa,aad,thatitis pfeaeaBt Many children do not know-ho- w ; 1 -- the-hea- rt the-wom- o - as - ' ' ' j U ' 4 V j OBCt. - t- . if " - s v ' r .a. ,1 rft ' ,, .'k .aa - - j . .."f I' tZ v-- .S5C il .r , MSBil sssssssssssHsVr ir 1 "M.v-m-w"Tl ' . - aad safe to take. ?W safe by Paul! ung Le. . v. " Al 1 'K ! -- ' 1 nci' " i3 ' X . & f V r' , . I ,1 A V .. ;5Sf Tt4i "" I W--i -- . ?" r- - ". P ft ' 4. a THE &c ,o 2o, COUNTY HEWS R A Hubchenson, lumber W J Tucker, culve'rt .labor Mont Sinclair, culvert labor 160 25 Published Every Wednesday T E Young, nails &c for road 7 20 W G Johnson, culvert labor BY THE Glem Keltner, assignee, culvert , 2 50 labor Adair County News Company. Keltner Bros, furnishing pau( Incorporated.) 16 70 pers W G Ellis, shovel and nails for EDITOR. CHAS- - S. HARRIS .1 45 road E F Hancock, lumber and nails ?8 93 ADAIR-COUOTNE- WS THE ADAIR 7 SPECIAL NOTICE K-; $& 5 Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- J M Wolford, assessing banks, terest of the City of Columbia and the people Rose & Willis, furnishing pauAdair and adjacent counties. pers B Burton, furnishing pau- J as sec-nEntered at the Columbia sers class mail matter. Wolford Bros, culvert labor Post-office 13 58 26 00 54 65 d WED. DEC, IB. 1911, L C Blair, furnishing paupers Ermine Leach, Poor House keep- 24J0 26 00 32S 20 k For the next 10 days we will make special pri- ces on all our Men's and Boys' Clothing and Over- coats to reduce our stock before the first of the year. We also have a full line of as. good Shoes as the market affords for Men, Women, Boys and Girls, that we will sell at a' reasonable figure. We have in stock a. nice line of Furniture and Clocks. All Calicos ty'iiCr er Robt. Ingram, furnishing pau- ? ! The McNamara brothers, who confessed their guilt in the dynamiting outrages, were sentenced to prison last Tuesday morning. J. B. McNamara is to serve the remainder of his life in the California penitentiary, and John J. was given a fifteen year sentence. It is said that Clarance Darrow, who was the leading attorney for the accused, received a fee of $170,000 for his services. It was upon his advice that confessions were made. per H F Coffey, furnishing pauper J P & H F Coffey, medicine R E Strange, furnishing paupers JP '&. 19 50 49 00 5 23 26 00 39 00 78 00 4 01 X aS 2 B V Hovious, furnishing paupers- J W Sublett & Bro. furnish pau- pers S S Goode, furnishing road tools GN Roberts, repairing road at 5c per yard g& t- - 51 3 65 tools 26 00 F H Bryant, furnishing pauper 25 G W Hadley, nails for road 10 80 N. R. Roach, culvert labor 53 96 N R Roach, furnishing paupers Mary Williams, furnishing paif- 26 00 1 Remember we give with each $25.00 CASH purchase a nice Clock or Rocker worth $2.50 be sure and call on us when in town. t . Iftp pers S L Fisher, culvert lumber Elbert Sanders, culvert lumber Green, It is reported that in a confer- T A Cooper, culvert lumber furnishing pauper TJ ence held by Senator Bradley and Wheat & Williams, furnishing President Taft Saturday, the pauper 25 2 85 21 53 26 00 26 00 25 t vmw V. Hi - . Patteson & Denney. j&a i;jv Collectorship in the Danville S H Hadley,&pick handle Sons, furnishing J P Miller 126 district, was settled in fayor of pauper Winston Wiseman. It is also Ballard & Miller, furnishirg nauners C es 00 said that many contests for Kenwere settled. tucky ff 48 00 the H Dohoney, nails and pick 85 Russell & Co., mdse. furnished post-offichandle G Gabbert, medical attention F 9 20 prisoners .17 00 to paupers . W W KirtleV, furnishing pauMr. Taf ts message to Congress Jas. Hare, furnishing labor 85 13 00 pers, exclusively R A Cooley, culvert .labor , 4 25 J. Will Arnold, culvert lumber was devoted almost 6 00 17 95 M S T Bennett, culvert labor Antle, repairing county road to the trust question. The DemoT W Bryaut, furnishing paupers 4 00 2 80 tools crats regraded it as an attempt Adair County News, printing J'B Jones, furnishing pauper 162 50 5 00 coffin to sidetrack the tariff issue in for county ' . Flowers & Nell, pauper coffin, JailJKP Conover, services as 1912 campaigan. The Re. 4 4Q"frQ"Q40"Q44Q A Tip 4 & From Santa Claus f U publicans were well pleased with T B Cravens, it, the Democrats did not think Wpher Burris, H much of it. per j j &c, 6 00 Court Stenogra5 "furnishing pau- - U L Taylor, salary from Jan., The receiver of the defunct Owensboro Savings Bank announced last week that he had funds on hand to pay the unsecured depositors 2j?er cent. He said he hoped to pay 20 per cent., at final settlement. v ? The State Board of Control 8 00 missioner Rollin Hurt. Election Commis- 125 00 1st. 1911. to Anril 1st 1911 8 00 sioner, U L Taylor, salary from April Election CommisG F Stults, ' 6 00 1st, 1911, to Oct., 1st, 1911and sioner medical attention to paupers 266 75 L C Nell, Election Commissioner 2 00 U L Taylor, cost in 2 cases ap44 98 Walker Bryant, Clerk pealed from Adair Gountj Walker Bryant, Clerk, road or43 70 Court, 23 50 ders 13 00 John Grady, furnishing pauper The Bradley and Gilbert Co., Coomer & Gowen, furnishing 7 40 binding book 108 50 pauper 30 00 Pearl Hindman, desk for office Jo Furguson, furnishing pauper JohrkEubank, 4 days service as 23 40 er Elbert Nell, furnishing pauper 00 coffin &c, A D Patteson, Ele'ction Com- 460 40 10 00 "You could travel around the world with me and you couldn't get any more useful presents than you can buy from the Reed Hardware Co." coffin last week dismissed "v 11 00 tention to paupers J M Willi?, 4 days service as Smith & Stephenson, furnishing 12 Justice 39 00 paupers C C Roe, 4 days service as Jus 40 12 h J Wilkerson, nails for road tice 3 70 w G Pickett culvert labor M Cooper, 4 days service as R John J. and J. B McNamara 1 87 12 li r scutes, cuivert iauur Justice have been taken to the peniten- W T Price, his cost in U L TayRosenbaum, 4 days serJoseph 3 25 12 tiary. They refused to give lor case, vice as Justice Howard & Pickett, .furnishing 6 mo. salary 250 N H Moss, Judge, names of others supposed to be paupers 50 56 Gordon Montgomery, Atty, 6 Baker-Jess200 --mo. salarv culvert lumber implicated in the great crime. 250 Dr. E. B. Atkinson, medical atPearl Hindman, Supt. 6 months 21 00 tention to paupers 350 salary D. Rockefeller has resign John Eubank & Son, furnishing pauWalker Bryant, Clerk, balance ed as President of the Standard pers 56 50 85 due 1911 60 dynamite for road Oil Company of New Jersey, and R H Kimbler, George Herriford, salary live Murrell, furnishing pau200 stock Insp. JohnD. Archbold was chosen as JasN 58 50 pers, A D Patteson. Sheriff, Services 15 00 his successor. Wm Pstton, culvert lumber 84 to county 1 00 L P Tarter, culvert lumber Eubank, 1 day service as John Hugh Richardson, furnishing 3 One hundred and twenty-fiv- e Justice 75 25 paupers service as S P Sullivan, 1 day miners are reported killed in a kWm U Grant, culvert lumber 2 50 3 Justice mine explosion at Briceville, J F Triplett, furnishing pauper , G W Pickett, 1 day service as Willis, Superintendent of the coffin . charg- Russell & Hindman, medical Eastern Asylum. He was Dr. R. L. I C Harmon, furnishing pauders John Greer, furnishing pauper at- 5 00 106 23 5 Justice S P Sullivan, Justice 00 G W Pickett, Justice 12 4 00 days service as 12 00 4 days service as 12 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 10 ed with extravagance and incom-petlenc- y. I I e, , 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 We also have a large assortment 4 your Christmas iv Make us a visit when 4 Shopping 4 4 REED HARDWARE CO. 4 4 4 4044404044444 4000000000044 of TOYS. defing - Rayo Library Lamps Perfection Smokeless Oil Heaters Rochester Nickel Plated Ware Wearever Aluminum Ware Thistle Enamiled Ware Rogers "1848" Silver Ware Plated Primble Table Cutlery Primble Pocket Cutlery Durham Duplex Razors Ruberset Shaving Brushes Enterprise Food Cutters Cole's Original Air Tight Stoves Stevens Shot Guns and Rifles Blue Grass Tools Diamond Edge Tools Disturber Alarm Clocks, -- -- Q. P. SMYTHE for Lindsey-Wilso- n A 4it '. .. e 00 06 FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Training School Safe Place lo Put Your Children ' Preparatory Normal Business Tenn. Judge O'Rear lenuereu resignation as a Judge of the Court of Appeals last Saturday. - coffin -' . ,. ms H J Corbin, culvert lumber l i - Dr. S P Miller, PoorJiouse .w 5 00 3 40 2 40 Justice R M Cooper, 1 day service as 3 00 3 00 1 Courses: .. 3.25 5.00 $3.25 Music Expression .$3.00 . and 50 00 5 00 34 50 36 00 - Justice 3.00 Dr. SP Miller, medical, attention to paupers Drs. Nell & Simons, medical at- Jail Physician JM 129 Willis, day service as 3 00 Craycraft. Art Justice i"Vv .aSfiw - ? & jn eL? r- -V SwgSP'-AjA'T- lfcri.-- i TT2n5K-- v - f Wilmore & Moss, furnishing" 73 00 paupers Wilmore & Moss, furnishing FISCAL C01JRT. 35 nails tovroads Single Comb White Leghorns. Pure birds at one shot. ' Parker Jackman, furnishing pau bred white Leghorn cockerels for sale Mr. Almon Wolford and family, A list of claims allowed by Adair 13 00 per Court, at its October term, 1911. at 50 and 75cts each: HFiscal .. . are yisitlng Mrs. Wolfords fath-er- -j r Loyd Richardson,, caring for paur .VIo-tT- i. vG R Bedmon, furnishing pau J a ix. iurs. Itno. hi jOXiuver, ijiari ik m : . Mr. Duke Grider. Per $37 00 , .UB" a ash JJL,60 Boss Pickett, culvertiumner Sinclair,culvert labor Cfais Mr. James Gooding, bought 8. 70 24 55 i S F Harveyi culvert lumber , Mose WoQtenl" advert labor, ' W P Summers, f urmshmg pau- - ia:U of Dr. Cartwright one Jersey ljUtner wnson. xtttuisning uau- 2 50 & :. i vu; heifer, which he paid,' $30. Der :. EnzUnd, blasting &c, 2 35 A KBupe, furnishing pauper &n4 Mr: William- Dixon, . X 1 rll TU.l.ftXTo Ja UUIYCJ.J, IOUU1 x tiv 1 50 ,rill,TiMe,'Atilnaw lnKn.' A W Roe',' serving toad orders crusher and willf.sooh be 1 80; ed his k Bean, culvert labor , fi. jVsVisiiiiiiivBBiiHiiiiHBsiiiiK A WRoe, furnishing "culvert ; r or '&.. fTVcr ' Kinniard, blasting mate "' TV i ye3dy for crushing feed. OH lumber A'i'i 95 ft rial , Vervin Compton, culvert lumber- "& ' 6 00 N T Mercer, culvert labor , JMr. J. O. Polleyi' bought one 8 56 and Bails 90 J C White, culvert lumber and Meat Wilson, lumber and nails ; Jersey cow from Mr. J. T. Page v-J W Thompson, lumber and .nails 3 15 WMite .TcmuriMr road tools 2 r's. which he ptW:$50. 1100 6 37 - 7 Hoed. -- R W Page, lumber &a " - Vin the box at Frankfort. tention to paupers Z T Williams, furnishing paur A Democratic Governor is how pers ' 387 00 overseers each $3 The farmers are making a Kentucky, Adair County, Set. I, "Walker Bryant, Clerk of the rush on corn gathering this lover Adair County Court, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true list of. all ly weather. allowances of Adair Fiscal Court at its Mr. Mils Burress, has proven regular October term, 1811. Witness my hand this Dec. 8. 1811. himself to be the best shot in Walker Bryant, uierK By L. O. Taylor, D. C. this vicinity. He bagged eleven Spring Term Begins Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1912 , Enter the first day. Any delay means Loss to you. Write for Catalogue . -- . . . S. N. HANCOCK, WACH MAKER and JEWELER , . ii Neilson & Moss Columbia, Kentucky. &$ '. CC i . has-receiv- - - - OPTICIAN to Give Perfect Satisfaction M - ' My Work is all Guaranteed - . ; -- mW m- -- w J.N. Drug Stort " AJ "'-f.f :J M V P ,.-- l iP.S ' ' r,. - -- T is ' 'Vl I , y THE ADAIR COUNTY, NEWS " - -- ! " r ? 00 TO gr RJUSSELL Fraternal Election. tt ( - FOR c m i .'i III Your CHRJST&1AS GOODS Now Ready for Your Inspection in all Departments 1 Vi The Modern Woodmen of America jjfc. jtj elected the following offices .for the ensuing year Monday night. Mr Paul waggener is at home for a G. P. Smythe, C week. Ray Montgomery. P. C. G. E. Wilson, A. Mr. J. F. Cabell, of Miami, was here J. C. Strange, Clerk. a few days ago, M. L. Grissom, Banker. Mr, J. Q. Alexander and Mr. W. R. Herbet Smith, E. Lyon, were here Friday. W. E. Willis, W Clent Smith, S. Mr. W. H. Gill, was in Louisville, a G. R. Reed, Trustee. few days of last week. Dr. C. M. Russell ) Can,P Physicians. Mr. T. W, Buchanan, of Campbells-villDr. W. J. Flowers was here last Friday. Mr. E. 0. White is visiting friends Saved His Wife's Life. and relatives in Columbia. 'My wife would have been in her Mr. W. A. Hunter called to see our grave writes 0. H, Brown, of business men last Fridry. t Muscadine, Ala,, "if it had not been Mr. C. C. Breeding, was here from for Dr. King's New Discovery. She was down in her bed, not able to get p Burkesville, last Thursday, without help.,, She had a severe bronMr. J. C. Rogers, Campbellsville, chial trouble and a dreadful cough I was here a few days ago. got her a bottle of Dr. King's New Mr, Albert Bryant has been appoint- Discovery, and she soon began to mend, ed deputy clerk of Adair county. and was well in a short time." Infalcoughs and colds, its the most Mr. W. R. Hoskins, Campbellsville, lible for remedy on earth for desperate was in Columbia the first of the week, reliable lung trouble, hemorrhages, lagrippe, Mr. T. W. Taylor, Campbellsville, asthma, hay fever, croup and whooing was here the latter part of last week. cough, noc, 1 1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. Miss Julia Eubank is a victim of a is confined at her malaria attack, and According to our observation, there home. Messrs. B. H. Gilpin and Robert are more goods in Columbia at this l Borders, Campbellsville, were here time suitable for Christmas, presents that ever before on exhibition at any Thursday. one season. The 3how windows and n Mr. J. W. Saltsman, the show cases of every stcre in town are fertilizer man, was here a day or two well filled. If a person in making of last week. selections, fails to satisfy him or herself that person cannot be pleased. Be. Mr. L. C. McKinley and Mr. Bart Miller, of Russell Springs, were here a sides the very many little articles for LOUISVILLE children, there are handsome gifts for few days ago. grown people, and if every thing on ex. Mrs Eliza Wilson has gone to New Albany, Ind. to live with her step hibition is sold but few in the county will fail to get a present. danghter, Mrs. Cora Miller. Latest Quotations . e, to-day- ," . Ill PERSONAL m MM Guns And Ammunition t Cook Stoves and Heaters Saddles, Harness, etc. : M M M M W m ,. , .; i ay M The Jeffries: Hardware Sfors. MARKETS. on Live Stock Lightning Kills Pew. In 1906 lightning killed only 169 people in this whole country. One's chances of death by lightning are less than two in a million. The chance of death from liver, kidney or stomach trouble is vastly greater, but not if Electric Bitters be used, as Robert Madsen, of West Burlington, la., proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice. He was then completeley cured by Electric Bitters, They're the best stomach, liver, nerve and kidney remedy and blood purifier on earth. Only 50c at Paull Drug Co. , The office of the county Superintendent will close on Saturday Dec. 23" and not open until Jan. I" 1912. Pearl Hindman Supt. well-know- IJliiliiiiiiiiSiglSiSilllSililSiSiiliiiiSiigijisiigjiif daughter. Brother Piercy and Aron, is in a big meeting this week at Hayes Chapel. Rev. L. B. Arvin filled the pulpit at There will be a Christmas the Baptist church Jast Sunday night, delivering an intertaining sermon on meeting here at Oak Grove Dec. "The Stcond Coming of Christ." 24. Brother Nath Antle, will have the Roller Mill, met with a very painful accident one day last week. He CATTLE was at work in the yard and stepped Mr. Lilburn Phelps, an attorney of ' Shipping steer Jamestown, was in Columbia last Thurs- on a board in which there was a nail protruding. It went clear through his Beef steers day, en route to Louisville. foot. It was several days before the Mrs Jas. Garnett accompained her young man could resume his vocation. Fat heifers and cows Cutters husband to Frankfort and will witness .- n Mr. G. R. Wiikerson, the stave dealer, of Liberty, was in Columbia a day or two last week. well-know- Zydney Coffey, who is employed at The Woman's Home and Foreign McCreary. the inauguration of Missionary Societies of the Methodisf Mrs. C. M. Russell and her two little daughters, who ' spent six weeks in church, will meet Wednesday afternoon Ev-er- y Bowling Creen, returned home a few at 2 o'clock, in the church annex. member is urged to attend. Come days ago. prepared to pay the full assessment, as Mrs. Sallie Bradshaw, left Friday the books will be' closed the 31st of morning for Frankfort, to spend sever- December. Officers for the ensuing al weeks with her daughter, Mrs. W. year are also to be elected. F. Hancock. Secretary. Gov- - Canners Bulls Feeders Stockers .f. . ! ... Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS ... for $2,500. 46 years ago to-dI was marMr. Fred Chapman, is now at work ried to Miss Elizabeth Cerns. She in a grocery store at SpringfFeld. 3.754 00 was born Nov. 5th 1847. We were 4.505.00 Rowes X Roads. ; married Dec. 5th, 1865, Mr. J. P. Dohoney, Sr., and family died Jan. 3.004.05 are now residents of Columbia, having 30.00-42.Such pretty weather for our :5th 1897. To this union there were. removed to their new dwelling, on 10.00-20.8 children born,two have crossed ' Greensburg Street, a few days ago. fall work, 50 00 $5.255.5 4.755.50 4754.85 2.5o3.75 1.252,50 of the song'service, Eld. Rowe, conveyed to T. B. Lasley, last week, eighty acres of land, Charley Deaner will Preach the a part of the old Hiram Turk farm, Christmas sermon. B. E. charge 6- -'t me. J. B. Russell. Mr E. D. Sallee, son of the late Jas, P. Sallee, a nephew of Dr Ed. Sallee The diplomas for the successful corn and Mr. Warren Sallee, visited in Adair growers (boys) are now in the hands county last week. He resides at Hatch- of Miss Pearl Hindman, who will take er. pleasure in delivering them as the boys Mr. and apply. They are handsome and signed Mrs. Ed Shively, daughter of Mrs. H. B. Ingram who lives near by Gov. Willson. M. C. Rankin, EllsRugby, North Dakota, arrived in worth Reginstein and Miss Pearl Hind-maColumbia last Friday night and will i visit several weeks. Last Saturday and Sunday was quarMrs. Walker Bryant who has been terly meeting at the Methodist Church, Tenn, returned Crossville, at home last Saturday night She appears this place Satnrday and Sunday foreto be greatly improved. Her husband noons Rev- Hogard, thp Presiding Elder, delivered two interesting dismet her at Campbellsville. courses. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Knifley, who live on Casey's Creek, visited Mrs. A Terrible Blunder. Knifley's parents last "week, Mr. and Toneglect liver trouble. Never do Mrs. J. B. Russell, Four little Knif-leil. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on were with their parents, Wallace, Rollin, Murray and Marta. the two last the first sign of constipation, biliousness or inactive bowls and prevent vir being twins, three months old. ulent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones. They regulate liver, stomach The game of basket ball at Russell and bowels and build up your health. Springs, last Saturday, Was scarcely Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. interesting. The Graded School team left here' in sHrVieS" and buggies early Notice. Saturday morning, feeling that it aggri-gatiot would be easy to do the Springs To the boys that entered the corn" R.cs. Phone. 53 Their hopes were not realized, as' they Returned with three scores to contest, you are hereby notified to come their credit, while the Springs boys to Columbia Saturday December 15th 1911. to get jthe pjtyour prize were rejoicing over eighteen. T ''; i. .money. N. H. Mobs, Judge. " n, Mr. Jas. Garnett, At'y General elect, left Sunday for Frankfort anil will be at the inauguration of Gov. McCreary and Lieut. Gov. E. C. McDermott, Mrs. E. L. Feese and children Somerset, are here to remain with Mrs. Feese' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pelly, untill after the holidays. Pianos for bale. represent a first-clas- s piano and manufacturing establishment. Instruments on exhibition at my residence in Columbia. If you want a fine instrument at s bargain, call and see 1 organ ys n. ;n Gilmore Burton, was buried over, the rest is coming on Chilat Jack Lawlesses the other day. dren we are scattered to day Choice 210 up Coover Lapsley, is putting far apart some of us are- - Let Mediums; 165 to 210. Pigs up himself a new store house us so live that we can have o 4.50 3.50 Roughs.. Hogs For Sale. down at his home Coover is a grand reunion by and by. Sister Viola, the wife of Fount SHEEP AND LAMBS Five regestered Duroc Jersey pigs good merchant and a very clever Selby, died here at her home, for sale. R. P. Browning.Milltown, man. 4.00 5.00 Best lambs Ky. Ed Sid well has been sick at Dec. 6th after a sliort illness. Culls ....". 2.50.300 "N'Squire C. C. Roe, who was thrown Fount Selbys She was 44 years old. She profFatsheep for a month. from a mule several weeks ago and conJDiii miiey, nas moved away essed religion when she was 15 siderably hurt, was able to be in CoGRAIN. lumbia, last Thursday. from Esto, and Sidney Holt has years old and joined the Method90 Wheat. Mr A. C. Pulliam, of Nell, this coun- - moved to Esto. Ganville Baling- - ist church, she was a faithful 50 Corn... ty, was in Columbia last Friday, and er, has moved to Dock Barnes, good member, a good devoted Local Market qualified as administrator of the estate ' 0nS Hlfc' haS m0Ved ;m Wlth hlS wife a good neighbor. We will of the late S. R. Walker. ', mother-in-laMollie miss her in manv Dlaces. She. Mrs. ' Ends Winter's Troubles. Helm Luther SelbVj has moved I leaves a husband one. son and ? To mnay winter is aseasonof trouble kV.'. Eggs: 23 to Oris Holts farm and the rest one daughter and many friends. wvvw ....i.. ....m WIHJJ... . 5 The frost, mhten tnps and flnororo nlion- Hens.: But the good will see hei ped hands and lips, chilblains, cold ux us win move as suun as we 6 Chickens again in that land where there ' sores, red and rough skins, prove this, can get room to got Cocks 3 -will be no more sickness snd But such troubles fiy before Ruck Liss Coffey and wife are here Turkeys 10 len's Arnica Salve, A trial convinces parting of friends. Husband-an'6 Greatest healer of Burns, Boils. Piles, on a visit. They have been gone Geese children look to Jesus who--, and Ducks ' Jf '7 Cuts, Sores Bruises. Eczema Co. from here for years. y ...,'... doeth all things well. The Sprains. Only 25cat Paull Drug .J Wool fall clipping..'. 14 ' Mrs. Cora, the wife of Arthur funeral was conducted by Kev. '27 Lost, in . Wool spring clipping the town of Columbia, six ' Mason, died last week, She was G. R, Abrel after which the Hides (green) welks ago, a female shepherd dog. j the Hancrhrpr of Rill and Vie body was laid to rest in the 44 isim answers to tne name, Feathers A She was 25 'years old. presence of a very large crowdj 5 00 liberal rewawl will be paid for her re- Antle. Ginseng of friends. turn to Geo Coffey, Columbia. She had been a member of the Beeswax. 50 r 3 25 Yellow Root.. Owing to having lately made a United Brethern church at Union 2' change in otir business, we ask .'.....'. May Apple(per lb) Chapel 11 years. She leaves owe us to come in at once and pay your Mr. Guy Stevenson, an excellent young man, is now a salesman at the 6.75 Store oi Patteson & Denny. He in6.75 vites his friends to call and see him. ' 3.00-3.- 25 -- To-da- y; - w, .- --. . t ; d '8 V-- l 4 all'-wh- o account. 1.1 ' " 0 Office Pfione 194 i t' father mother ihusband and two little children, and-many Ballard & Miller. -- rnder is a general cry for the reduc- ie taxes of the town of Colum- - Jf.i Born, tojthe wife" of . William liaix, December 11, a daughter. j;i ?.:-jf i 4i .J?.. IUlm Mul- - .'-as ,,'ViUIUIlllit.' air -- Dr. Xv'A. Smith ,..- .tfenfist J2J .- - .- - 3Hs - FtrSale. . . RHSsell.BNitdhtft 0 i m " iiglit ru - IJiSre Bnrshire abokt rieowe, - 4?,Z i Dier,and na price; &i ' -- v W. S.Salke friends, to- mourn, but not as those that have no hope. liltpnt Hadley and wife.of Mo., are in theM parte on a visit Milton man?id Loan Helm's 'fc .i jSliiuV-aMKCf- l' 1 J SHE " i Jtx- - v- i. n il- "A M w , - .. j. ? i iL1" li 6 THE AAIK COUNTY'NEWS m XXXXXXtkXXX Is is NIX NIX FREE SAMPLE OF LAXATIVE CURED HIS CONSTIPATION When a person has become years of failure to find a cure, and finally, perhaps, gives up trying, it is small wonder that he becomes skeptical. And yet, to all who have constipation, we would say, "Try just one thing more." We wish you would try Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a laxative tonic that has been used for a generation. Thousands are using it; surely some of 3'our friends among the number. You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, but better still, send your name and address to Dr. Caldwell for a free sample bottle. He will send you enough to convince you of its merits, and then if you like it you can buy it of your druggist Mr. J. J. Petty of Un- - TIMELY BREVITIES X )KK 7IS 1. fsuuN ckZI No. 23.. & N. Time Card 7:0Oaai The Carnegie hero list now numbers ionville, Mo., Mr. George W. Zimmer- - 839. Russia has the fewest doctors "or 'IN six others of both sexes and in all parts of i any civilized country. K the country hrst used a sample bottle Whistles have taken the place of SIX xK artd now have it regularly in the gongs on New York tirt apparatus. house. In Greece tnalp domestic servants get You will learn to do away with $10 to $15 a month, women servants $(i salts, waters and cathartics for these r t0 $y VIA Is are but temporary reliefs while Dr. In the In consequence of a boom Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure permanently. It will train hair trade in Cbina pigtails have beN your stomach and bowel mdscles so come a popular article of theft. that they will do their work again There are three kinds of seedless XT? naturally without outside aid. Cast grapefruit in Siani. one of which has M IN aside your skepticism and try Syrup red meat. Two are sweet, one sour. d Pepsin. The Chinese government estimated IN For the free sample address Dr. W. the total population of the country at In B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, the beginning of this year as 438.423,-00Monticello, 111. -0. REMEMBER THAT In effect Monday. Dec 31. 19CSL SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville JZ. Ab. Ledanos Is Sv.70 Is IS NIX y tfo 21 o.93 fEJUN ...... ........8:15 am .... ....... 55 pm 8:00pm . 9:4am 10:04 aza 7:40pm 630pm 100 pn 9:00 pn "is sir IS NIX IS The Adair County News Is Going To The K i 0.21 0.73 6.28 fo. 22 Jo. 92 NORTH BOUND Lv. Lebanon Ab. Louisvirxa 5:18am TJSOzn .7:22 am 10:25 at No. 22" and 430pm 623pm 732am .. 6:55 Dm 8:15 pm 10:15.213 93 are.Snnday trains onlv. is WILMORE HOTEL SIX The American Art Manual for enumerates 044 art museums, art societies and art schools as against 403 in 1010-1- 1 six ?K K IN. rs NIX . 1007. ' i V To a Massachusetts man has been granted a patent for an electric lamp and reflector for inspecting the Inside of shoes. electrically driven machine An which divides dough into 10.000 rolls to an hour has been installed in a New York bakery. HUGHES V Two monkeys and a bear, accomCompany panied by an Italian, have succeeded in i ELINDS. climbing one of the lofty summits of the Swiss Alps. The Brazilian government has comDoor House Wholesale menced an active destruction campaign in against the locusts, particularly in the state of Sao Paulo. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment Figures in the recent census of Deno and good goods. Tf We appreciate them. mark show that the population of that e kingdom has risen from 2.C0.V2GS in 1906 to 2.757.07G in 1011. A German engineer has invented an electrically operated apparatus by ..W -.. INCORPORATED which he. claims to mpasure time to " the ten millionth part, of a second. The mutton of the world is reckoned at 450.000.000 head, of which Australia is credited with 0o.000.000. England d that number. ranks next with A French physician has discovered U. G. HARDh(C. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec J. i. COCKE. V. Pres. the means of planting artificial eyeThe former lashes and eyebrows. operation is very painful, but the latter less so Girls uow operate the elevators in Milwaukee, being duly licensed to do I8SQ- INCORPORATED ESTABLISHED 1861 the work by the city inspector and even certified to make ordinary repairs on the machinery. DEALERS M About 130 pounds of free baggage are allowed on each lirst class ticket in AW Japan, and baggage will be delivered ' by station porters within a radius of four miles at 2& cents a piece. 1301 TfilRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. A Welsh shipping firm which has been criticised for seeking orientals for seamen says that the standard of ,"dF'-'?r'C'-- : British seamen Is very low. contrary AJtyLjd.h.lKL'" to the prevailing opinion in that country. Snails, the only genuine part of KUKG r -. - - iV, ?Sheet Iron and Tank Work . 'iW'WBAfJ. n , i ? r whicjj are. the shells, are now being A; p M sold in Paris, and it is said that the imitation of the real article is so close that many epicures have a high opin? ion of the sham product WaGRThe government has established at , JOBBING WORK SOLICITED Paris a national touring oiHce. It is to aid travelers who visit France. All possible information about places of All Kinds of Machinery Repaired interest and routes is here furnished the stranger free of charge. An accident Insurance company has . placed in the elevators of several office and silent tears because of it. The Pity of It AH. buildings the following notice: 'This elevator is limited to fourteen persons. Ex. ' Alt over that number riding on this ' car do so at their own risk." ' I saw a white haired mother go The clock in the tower of Trinity Beattie's Crime. ' ruurcb, New York, is 100 years old. and ask for her mail. There' Rust and age have played havoc with was a tremor of expectancy in t it. It is to be replaced by one of mod her voice. Nothing for her. Let those who give the terrible ern make, having four dials, each sis in diameter, with numerals inscribShe turned away rather slowly fate of young Beattie, in Virgin- feettn stone. ed and sadly wended her way home- ia, a second thought remember Th t wo houses of the Icelandic parliament h.ivo unanimously given the ward. "I guess Willie is too one thing which does not appear vole to every man and woman over years of age. They have busy to write," she told a neigh- in his confession or in the plea twenty-fiv- e given women full equality before also bor. She went again and again of his heartbroken father for the law and the right ot holding any Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. Sash and the South. Is SIX "N Cash Basis And Is xK NIX W. JS. U4IliJBOI?H, First-CTass Prop r. Table Good Sample Roome K is NIX vjx M the Paper is Urged to Pay up Jwithin the next is Indebted for that Everybody who Feed Stable Reasonable Rates K NIX IS NIX GRftDYlILLe, C. D. KY xK NIX IS 7K s Few Weeks Vl' ?I si &' 7i M Nix NIX is IS Crenshaw Largest xK vetfrinary' surgeon t E.L. HUGHESCO., " 7K MX IK 'IN U..,,. ,SSL The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher V Nix SJX IN K NJx IN NIX In NJX IS NIX is K IN Special Attretin lo Eyes M 7K viy 7K vi1 7l i one-thir- Nf' viX ?I AS is. r W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. -- K l IS IN IVIIliLiWIGHTS ENGINES. MLS. GRIST MILL., FEEO MILLS i mfiCHlfllSTS FClLEfiS, r., - 7K S We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List X NIX 1 Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices lam well nxed to take care oi stocK. Men ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NIX K IFAR ED r:iGFES"FF51IEfkCE. STREET. Nix In Nlr IN NJy IV ONBURKSVILLE is TN Joseph ' H. Stone, w Is 4n Attoney-At-La- ' is NIX Will praclice in Jii In this andadjoining counties. : LOUISVlLLg rs IV Jamstown, Kentucky, IS SMOKESTACKS, ?K 1 V.IX HSf r m IS SIX IS XIS $1.50 OneDollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly . IN x is TS IS Why i Is HSSRP g v Is IS NIX IS is IN Not d is IS NIX IS SIX SIX is Courier Journal One Year Read ! 3 NIX The Courier xis XIS & NX is NIX J IS is Tn Louisville Times and News JS SIX IS NIX Tn" NIX Journal? HENRY WATTERSON $4.-50Tn NIX NIX NIX NtX NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX . Six Vl ,. Nix Niy M. Ntx4 f SIX IN IS rX 7V for two long weeks before the sympathy and forgiveness. letter came. When it was hand Men. like young Beattie kill ed her, her faded eyes sparkled, their wives are tr.uly punished and joy lit up the careworn face for murder, but his greater as she tore open the letter. It crime goes unpunished every was a brief one, but it told her where every day. Sentimentali what she wanted to know. Wil- ty over the off ense that brought,' lie was ivell and getting along ail him to a felon's death is of a right. There was happiness in questionsble value even when mother's heart that day, and she it conies from his sorrowing hummed an old song of her girl- father, unless it take3 into con- hood hours as she went about isideration the disloyalty, the her humble home. Willie, 'cap meanness, the heartlessness, the find only enough time towrilfca selffishness and the bestiality of few lines to mother about once in the career that in his case cultwo months, but he has plenty of minated in murder: 4 to write three or four it in which Beattie died in the electric long letters to girls several times a week. If mother is so happy over receiving a'few brief lines every two.jnonths, how would it be if Willie could find time to write her a long letter once a month,sand occasionally send her . ofiice in the state Editor. We Can Furnish You Emigrants leaving Germany for other parts of the world are fewer than for VISlC ts "N merly. In 1SS2 tlieir number was anuc "00.000. while that f last year was but in rnmiil miiiiliors. Of this 25. 000 the emigrants coming to the rnit j:,..oh ed States 2 In the Treasury ilepartuii'ut at Washington two women are designated as Ts 71s xis T; xTn is xK ?ls 7ts 71s 7 NIX NIX NIX Nix NIX Nix is 7f; 7fs ?isK7K fx umm Rs7fx7N7Kx In i i jt: ; vcrything In The Drug Line! At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A The Adair County Kews and the V Lw k ' r t iiLue lowers, ui sumc i:i.i.i i .eeyr Mp3K& Wim doesn't mean it, If you are troubjed with chronic con j gentle effect but he is so careless. So are atipation, the mild and raakeettem of ChamterlaingJTabtete many of the boys when mother year case. For sate , Co. issue and the lonely hours tawyert Drue k the h .' chair because he killed the body as well as the heart and soul and pride of his wife, How many scoundrels are there afoot today, as guilty as he, who have stopped short only of murder? E. Town News. -- wustelmsbet examiners. Tl'ie contents of all wastebaskets pass tnrougb their hands. Every scrap of paper is examined and sorted. Last year the de: oartment realized from the sales of its waste paper S1D.000. The Woman's club of Constantinople is said to be the most cosmopolitan In the world. Its membership comprises American. English. 'French German Bulgarian. Kussian. Arme nian. Grepk and Turkish women. Meetings' are held monthly, and talks are given von literature, travel, music and art. Though all the bridges which span the East river inNew York city contain about the same amount, of steel. Brooklyn bridge is the only one thnt causes the compasses on vessels pass ing under It to waver. The needle turns in all directions when this bridge is reached, and its peculiar behavior Is a puzzle to the seamen. New York's wage earners numDer 1,400.000. of vfcbom the workers in .factories lead all the rest witb a total et, dOO.OOO. The store clerks are next mooo." There are 220.000 in line-witlaborers and ..mechanics. 58.000 men in the liquor .business 45'.000 office workers. 40.000 to the printing trades, 24.000 educator? 8,000 church workers. fjQOO " - Weekly 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19e 83c Courier-Journal Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box ' Laxative Fromo Quinine n Singley . " Laxative Tablets Hills Cascara Quinine t Weeks Break a Cold Tablets , Both One Year,For .$1.50. We can also givej' liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday 'Courier Journal. Nyals " A. D.S. " ' . " '" Rexal Warapoles Wine Cod Liver Oil I Scotts Emulsion " Cod Liver Oil Nyals ". Wine " Rexal ' -- ."' Bottle 'J 14 42-8- 3c 50-1- 00 ;:: $S I jcjuiuiatuu A..D. S. . " - ..$& i t N I Vinol Write us for Quotations r Louisville,, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to '1.00 send your subscript order 100 89c 50c 83c 83c Write pany, Courier-Journ- al Com- by-Paa- ll , phyed. CITY HALL PHAivMACWt -ri , .,- - . to this paper-Courier J( rViV 'A.- - .f JJ THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS HUMOR OFTHE DAY TIMELY HINTS SELECT GULLINGS iCardui Cured Me" For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jin!:s of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The doctors gave me up. I reasd that Cardui had helped so many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." Turn of the Tide. Georg H. Earle. the Philadelphia financier, was talking In Washington about high overhigh or rank finance. . "There's a certain type of financier." said Mr. Earle, "who In his greed for wealth loses his humanity. He becomes, in fact, a facsimile of Peter Brown. "Peter Brown was a Conshohocken grocer. He was delivering some groceries In his wagon one morning when be ran down and badly Injured an old lady. The old lady sued him and got big damages. "Well, a few months later Brown was on bis rounds again when he ran down and crippled an old gentleman. The old gentleman also sued, and so large were the damages awarded him by a generous Jury that poor Brown found himself actually on the verge of ruin. "One morning about this time Brown's young son rushed Into the shop In great excitement. y 'Father.' he cried 'father, mother's been run over by old Gobsa Golde's ninety horsepower touring car.' "The grocer's eyes filled with tears, and In a voice tremulous with" deep feeling he exclaimed: " 'Thank heaven, the luck's changed at last!' 'Philadelphia Press. Unconventionalities. "You mustn't mind my not asking you to stay to dinner. Mrs. Happeudin. There's just about enough roast beef for our own family." "Yes. that's a beautiful diamond. Jack, dear If It is a diamond. Let me see the jeweler's bill for it. please." "Hawkins, you oughtn't to let the barber cut your hair so short It shows the shape of your bead." "You needn't have brought the book back at all. Mrs. Luxmore; as soon as you borrowed It 1 sent out and bought another copy." "Migglesworth, old chap, talk to mo awhile, won't you? I'm troubled with insomnia." "Dear sir: In returning these sketches to you we suggest that you quit trying to break into the magazines. See if you can't get a job In a sawmill." FOR FARMERS Miss Liberty Getting Ragged. The statue of Liberty, in New York harbor. Is getting old. An army enWinter Quarters For Hens. While fowls can stand a great deal gineer recently made a close examinamore crowding In the winter than tion of the statue the engineers look; In the summer, they canuot stand too it over once a year and found that much even then. The first noticeable there were just about fifty small boles effect from overcrowding Is diminished in the bronze plates of which the egg production, which can be relieved statue is built. These boles come by removing part of the fowls to other usually in the folds and are in spots quarters. Feather pulling and egg where the plates always were a bit eating are vices that are soon learned thinner than the general run of the when fowls are too crowded. A constatue. They also appear seemingly tagious disease soon spreads In crowdon the more exposed sides. There is ed quarters and plays sad havoc no immediate danger for the goddess, among the Hock. There is never enough however. Her chief caretaker. Lieuroom at the feeding trough, and the tenant Jones, says that she Is good for weaker ones never get enough to eat. 100 years yet and maybe longer just But the worst result of overcrowding as she is. Lieutenant Jones does not is the curtailment of the egg supply, see why it is not possible to replace and this counts when eggs are so high from time to time some of the plates In price. If you wduld have plenty which have become more badly disinof eggs keep no more fowls in one tegrated than others. The stout steel pen than can be comfortable on the framework Is still as solid as could roosts without overcrowding and have plenty of scratching room in the house. If they are so crowded as to be In the way of one another while scratching for their food, you certainly will not get many eggs. Sulphur Smudge For Mites. A good way to kill all vermin In a poultry house is to fumigate with sulphur. Place a large Iron pan or kettle in the middle of the house, place a large piece of redhot iron in its and pour the powdered sulphur on the hot iron. Fumes of sulphur will begin Immediately to rise and till the room. Leave as soon as possible, as sulphur fumes are suffocating to humans, and close the door tightly. Leave the building closed for three or four hours, when the doors and windows may be opened for admission of frsh air, aud all of the insects will be killed. The Farm Water System. Every farm supplied with a windmill or gasoline engine for pumping water should have a water system In the house to lighten the labors of the housewife and provide conveniences for the family. A good sanitary sew age system does not cost a fortune If rightly put In. and it makes the home much more valuable from a healthful point of view. be wished. Lieutenant Jones, bow-eve- r, found that the small noles in the thin plates were growing more numerous as time went on and reported to the chief quartermaster of the department of the east, and ah engineer was- - sent over from (Jovcruors island. The statue of Liberty was unveiled in 18S6. ' THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 LARDU I WomlnsTonic or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, dragging-dow- n feelings, pains in arm, side, hip or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui after-effec- ts. BRIGHTER, BETTER,' BIGGER TH AN 1VER "V THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR 0RDEK YOU WILL' SEND Write to: Ladies Advisory DepL, Chattanooca Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn.. , for Special Instructions, and book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 54 ?e lkl 2)r. . JEFFRIES' m&Mimmm S. 2)unbar BUILDING. RING TO US, YOU CAN GET yBWwwS6ti.,ftj3?,Wi.3S??ffflH amir itiiftr-'- f -rfr iirTOi Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40- -: A Tax on Tips. - Vienna hrfs many customs peculiar to itself, and among them is the pleas- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SDenttst OFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN 'PHONE NO. 40, Dr. James Triplet! Dentist. 3. COLUMBIA JEFFRIES BLOCK KENTUCK' OOL.UMBIA. KENTUCKY 5??xSXiO)S I SX WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL , Had Hopes. Owen Wister. in addition to being an author, has acquired some celebrity 'as a wit. He was being shaved in a St. System Pays on the Farm. Louis hotel on returning from a trip to Any system of farming which pro the west some time ago, and the bar- vides regular summer and winter work ber, who was attending to his needs, forwaste will prevent the apparently had bpen out the night be- by their horses their heads the halt off" "eating fore. His hand was very shaky, and the year or so that they may be availa several times the author winced. ble for the work at other seasons. "Will you have anything on your face when 1 get through?" the barber inquired when the ordeal was almost OF - ing one of tipping the tramway conductors. The tax on the passenger is not a heavy one 2 bellers. AND of a penny, is sutbVlent to elicit the graterul acknowledgment of the official who collects tbe tares. Vienna also enjoys a progressive income tax system, whose net Is cast so wide as to Include the watres earned bv sucn comparatively insignificant workers as tramway .conductors, although these can scarcely amount to 1 a week. It BOTH ONE YEAR suddenly occurred to the income tax officials that the tramway conductors were not paying any toy on tne tips they gathered in. An order has now been issued that hereafter the conTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES is ductors sha" pay 4 crowns 3s. 4d.i a year as income tax on their two heller the best afternoon paper printed tips. There are o.'JSU tramway conductors in Vienna, so that the state anywhere. um of will collect the marnitii-en- t Has the best corps of corres (5t1 a year as tax on the eoppers bebv generous tramway passenstowed pondents. gers unon the conductors. "Truly a beggarly economy." as one Covers the Kentucky field perof the Vienna journals remarks. ViCor. Pall Mall Gazette. enna oue-fift- h THE L0UISVILEE , TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. fectly. over. "1 THE STORAGE "but can't tell yet," mumbled Wister. 1 hope to have part of my nose.' Philadelphia Times. SEED POTATOES. Tubers. Keep Best In D THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS Fnr $1.50 if you will give or send your order to this paper not tothe Courier-Journa- l. Taken at His Word. "I note that you do not appeal as n as formerly to the plain sense or the common people." "Mo." answered Senator Sorghum; "I'm afraid I overworked that figure or speech 1 encouraged my constituents to such an extent that they are disposed to rely on their plain sense In stead of on my advice." Washington Star. oi-te- a Well Ventilated Cellar. Seed potatoes in storage have three very definite requirements. They must be kept In a cool place well ventilated and dark. That the potatoes be kept cool is most Important. The best tem perature is from 33 to 3T degrees. If the temperature falls below 3'2 degrees there is danger of freezing, although It takes a slightly lower temperature to freeze potatoes than water. Good ventilation is necessary, in order to prevent the spread of rot and It Is well to keep the potatoes dark, so they will not start to sprout at any time. A cool. dark, well ventilated cellar fairly dry is the best place to store seed potatoes on the ordinary farm. As spring comes on seed potatoes should not be allowed to send out the long. pale, spindly shoots so often seen. This may be prevented by keeping the potatoes cool and dark.. Some growers, three or four weeks before planting time, spread their seed potatoes put in the light at a temperature of (50 to 70 degrees and here allow them to develop sprouts a half to an inch long These are strong, stubbly little sprouts, that are not broken off hi planting It Is said this process both hasteua he maturity of' the crop and increases the yield. Orange Judd Farmer -- n reader." "I've heard it said he was a thought said her dearest friend. Slow. A Portrait That Fascinates. Covers the general news field To he oue of the forty immortals is the ambition of the great men of completely. France, says the Florence correspondent of the Hamburger Fremdenblatt. Has the, best and fullest mar and so it is tbe ambition of great painters and it has been for over 500 reports. years to have their self painted por- kets traits in the gallery set aside for that DEMOCRATIC in politics, but purpose in Florence. The list of those who hive contributed their likenesses fair to everybody. would include hundreds whose names properly belong under the head of "great." from the wonderful girl-lik- e SSND YOUR SUBSCRIPhead of Raphael to Josef Israels, the latest in the collection, which has a place of honor in a room all by itself. TION RIGHT AWAY The artist has depicted himself as a very old man. with sunken cheeks, matted white beard, eyes obscured by TO THIS PAPER not to The heavy lenses and wearing a shapeless hat of uncertain color. There is noth- Louisville Times. ing beautiful about iL but it fascinates the observer, who marvels at the prodWatch LaFolIette. uct of old. old age. . -- ' "It's not true," she said bitterly. "How do you know?" "He has been railing on me twice . week for four months and hasn't yet mustered up courage to proDOse." Ally Sloper. A Simple Twist of the Wrist. "You know Jones, who was reputed so rich? Well, he died the other day, and the only thing he left was .an old Daily Courier-Journa- l, Yr 4 $6.00 $2.00 Sunday Courier-Journ- al, Yr We can give you, a combination cut Dutch clock." "Well. J here's one good thing about it it won't be much trouble to wind up his Heart Iteview. e-t- rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. Real Friendship. i)g$5 . 5y?X?i9g)S)SX?XS)( your paper was it is. What's the matter? Orator I made a speech :it the Odd Fellows' dinner last night, and Jyou didnJt print a line of it EditorWell, what further proof do you want? Canadian (Jouripr. Orator-- 1 thought to me? Kditor-- So Work on the Panama Canal. Tbe equipment with which .the work of .digging the Panama canal is being carried on embraces 100 steam shovels of the latest and best type. 4.131 cars, 1G0 American locomotives and 111) acquired from the French. 30 unloaders. 24 spreaders. 10 track shifters, do cranes. 10 pile drivers 18 dredges and some CO barges, tugs and other small vessels. The total excavation, dry and wet. for the canal, as originally planned, was estimated at 103.7i).".000 cubic yards, in addition to the excavation accomplished by the French. Changes In the plan of the canal made subsequently by order of the president increased the amount to a bouf 174.0(5(5.5514 cubic yards, over half of which was to be taken from the central division, which includes the (Juiebra cut. New York American. The senator from Wisconsin is' LL WOOD 'lb Je will WIRE a 7 FENCE m mints mun itw i flk kuu save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE ts our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. 50INCM Slight Misunderstanding. "When our visitor told you he had taken a degree In several towns, did hp say what degree it was?" "No." "Well, I've found out. $It was the third degree." Baltimore American. as long A 34IHCH 26INCH .AATyTwlaf AAAAAAnKllAXKKKAAAW f 42MCH T777V7A7nM TTTTwTTnTW 50 INCH Brief PUasure. to see the way a pretty girl tucks a violin under her chin." "Yes. but too often the treat ends when she begins to play." Birmingham "It Is a treat Age-Heral- d. '.esser of Two Evils. "Why doesn't your wife sing to the iaby when it cries?" "Sh! We've 'found out that the neighbors wo'iid rather listen to the baby." Judge. "She "And "She versed As Usual. married him to reform hlm.?' i'- - nAAnAAAymmAAnAAAAAA,, rir.aritrw,a-;aBjgg3ejt- JJdJJM-&UMJJJd3LUJUni- wAAATYTft H'fi 'KSi-- U .aULmM. Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. what was the result?" wishes now that she had rethe process." Boston Traa-acri' pt DEHLER BROS., ll&AHt Market Street, Between first and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Just a Fraction, 'flow say she la a woman, witk s ("v. nun uuw uc vrcu.) II. Ob1j abet tan yaara a Jt '. i K :---- t He Startled Persia. Persia has a champion of the woman's cause, who is none other than Hadji Vakil el Rooy. He recently astonished tbe house of parliament by an impassioned defense of women's a nest In foul, filthy rubbish. Lice and rights, and It is said that the members mites are apt to be In hiding In old "snivered whn he mounted the tribnest material, and for that reason the I une and declared roundly that women possessed souls and should possess old lining should be burned. whereupon votes." muitebid the arose and solemnly declared that he Charcoal For the Hogs. Keep a small box of wood ashes or had never In a life of misfortune had charcoal where the hogs can get at It bis ears assailed bv such an impious utterance. Nervously and excitedly be It will do wonders toward keeping denied to women either souls or riehrs them healthy and their digestions and declared that tnwl doctrine would strong. A little attention to matters of this kind wdl result in a mor thrifty meanthe downfall of Islam. growth and quicker fattening. Tbv Seroent. The Birmingham rEncland) Dily Grooming Improves Animal. Grooming the horse every day ,not Mail, aided by a somnolent proofonly cleans the skin, but prevent para- reader, has achieved distinction as n sitic disease as well. The modern horse blunderer in this stnirle short parais an artificial product" living under graph: "MrVt Andrew Carnegie, receiving artificial conditions. In order to do the freedom of Liverpool, said If he bis best be needs the care, of .man. could see bis dear old land and Ms beloved republic knit is the hoods of The, Valuable Shaap. Why .aot-- , k'eep 8"fewsheep7du your pace he could ay "Lord, " now let thy aernent depart Ib peace ''farm?, Tfcay aaay- not be especially 'Should Andrew ajmtn attempt a .KofltaWa, bit they will be. Terya.Wcfiparal quotation 'he will probably tuaMfcag aoftaau jra roaad to the apwyptiperaflke, ta .moJ wtta w ) ' J)"t- "? t &Wwmi' i,"ww. ' it A the Henhouse Clean. Burn the nest material In the ben house and renew the nests with clean, fresh material. A hen is a clean, sanitary fowl and does not like to make Keep the stormy petrel of Republican politics. He is the prophet of revolt against party bossism and the smirching influence of Big Business in politics. He is a fig&ter of bull dog tenacity. As the evangelist of honest and progressive politics, he has a host of warm admirers and air army of friends who love him for the enemies he has made. Had LaFollett more humor in him he would be more dangerous as a candidate for the Republican nomination. But even without this saving grace he and the , ideas he represents will have a, profound influence upon the coming Republican convention. It will pay to watch the feade3S and humorless La Follette. -- Ttat4 it l Uttlat y t -- There is a decided trend in the Republican party in favor of Theonominating dore Roosevelt. Everywhere Republicans are beginning to concede that with Taf t the nominee the party will meet with defeat at the polls next fall. If the Tatfc administra tion is repudiated the Republican party will be confront-- " ed with the same condition in the nation that they were confronted with in Kentucky this fall. Is not the reault likely to proVt tbt ex-Presid- ent s -- mm tme.- - ,"V 1 I1 -- " k .fJ V v. -- .V '; -. f i;"V -- ' ' ,r .V, Mk &.--. va3Sifc:' i&L;- Tr'fiyflifaiiatf'ift '. y. 1- -- ;s , - - .. -- r;t u.3 - a T 8 Gradyville- - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Thewjeather has for the past week. of Colum Judge bia was" here the first of the ell r WE PAY EXPRESSES. k FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery Ji With-it- s week. Lewis Cabell of Miami, was here last Friday on business. J.- A. Diddle spent last Friday B. Wil-mo- re ORDER BY MAIL Levy's Special Suits for Men --CLO- THES Department wonderful selection FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs : of Pants zi the best that the The-Fa- marevery- night at Columbia. Dr. L. C.Nell and A. We Handle None But the Best. ket affords, offers Special attractive Bargains ll day in the week. Line of Carpets-Linole- um spent a few days in Louisville last weelk S. C. Neat and P. V. Grissom, of Columbia were shaking hands with our merchants last Friday. Messrs. Rose and Rodgers of Keltner, were here last week buying tobacco from 4 to 6 cents per pound. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stephens, of Miami, were in our city one 9 day last week. Mr. W. L. Winters and J. A. Diddle will attend the inaugera-tio- n 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 MAIL, 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 : at Makes shopping' at our store pleasant and profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug and all the Leading1 Lines of Store. FURNISHINGS, Jft ATS AND SHOES. CATAIvOG XMEE SAMPLES WE ALSO SEND - We issue a large illustrated catalog-- which wo send free on request. , Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, FREE. at Certain Times. Incorporated jilention this paper and write us fully foranythingr you want in our line, and youll get a' prompt hero is not exactly what you want it may bo and satisfactory answer. 'And if anything1 you buytoe immediately BEi'TJlJDED. returned and your- niONEY will Members Retail Merchants Association. Railroad Fares Refunded 522 and 524 West MarketJSt. A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. Third and next Tuesday at Erankfort. Mr. E. H. Hughes of Columbia', was at the bedside of Mrs. Mollie The Bright Spot. LEVY'S LOUXSYILLE, KY. y Market. Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail Hunter last Thursday. A V m '$ ' .. Ft Bliss, Texzs. and getting ready for day night, it was enjoyed by all preaent. fc Christmas. Mr. W. W. Yates who has been Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cole, Dec, 2nd, 1911. visiting here for the past week Mr. Wm. Powell, who has been confiined with a cut foot is im- spent last Sunday with Mrs. Editor News: or so returned to his home at Edproving. . Umena Fletcher. As it has been some time since monton, last Thursday. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Miss Ella Baker, was the guest I read the News, I thought Mr. Jas. Young, of Gadberry, FOR RAW FURS ANO HIDES Judge N. H. Moss of ColumWool on Commission. Write lor price is moving to Mrs. Harriet of Miss Myrtie Cole last Thurs- I would drop in a few lines. bia, spent a few days on his farm 1 X? list mentioning mis aa. i day night-Mr- s. Morris property. It is pretty cpol down at this near this place last week. JOHN WHITE & CO. Cora Keen and children, place at this time. 'Mr. G. E. Powell, is on the Mr. E. R. Whitlock, one of our sick list with lagrippe. spent Saturday with her mother, Well, we "Old Kaintuck" boys progressive farmers bought last R. 0. Young and two Mrs. Fannie Cheatham, Mrs. as some of the' boys call us, are week from Mr. C. C. Stephen children, of Bos worth, Mo., who Miss Willie Parrish, of Baker-to- almost on our heads to go to Ft. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al the farm known as the Hughes have been visitiug relatives here spent a few days last week Harrison, Indiana. goth One Year for $1.50. farm near this place for four the passed month returned home with her brother, Mr. John Benjamine That is near Indianapolis. If we thousonds dollars. This deal Monday. Parrish. go' there, as it is reported we rounds Mr. Whitlock up one of Messrs. Pascal Willis snd W. Mr. James Cole, gave a wood will go soon, then we Kentucky the best farms in this section. H. Powell, of Miami Station Mo., chopping Saturday. About noon boys will come in and see our old Mrs. Ella Y. Robertson who are visiting relatives here at some of the boys asked himjwhat acauaintances and friends. We has been confined to her room for present. $ time it was, he looked at his have parade in,blue uniform evseveral days with rheumatism, Mr. Charlie Murrell, has com- watch and then looked up at the ery Friday evening. we are glad to note that she is pleted the wood' work on A. 0. sun and said, boys I guess it is Well I can't study up any good improving at this time. Youngs new home far enough about eleven. ones now, but I will have to say On the 5th and last4 Sunday in for the plastering to be put on. Mrs. Bessie Bibey is spending "antiose," good by, in Mexican', While waiting for that he is" this week with ijer mother, Mrs lingo, Say Filmore. this month, the children of the Miss Sylvia Humphress, was Born, to the wife of Urban Union Sunday school will give an putting some finishing touches Susie Baker. , Jeff told me to tell you he . the guest of her sister Mrs. W. Myrtie Flowers, died Monday would pay you that quarter, and Keltner, a ten pound-sonentertainment. Every body is on the home of R. 0. Cabell. A. Rice last Tuesday. invited to attend. We are sorry to note Miss e unexpected. Her many friends said you would find your harness Mr. J. C Absher, will move to Absher. Garnett, had to be brought werevsorry to hear of her death. out on hickory ridge, and-onRev. J. R. Crawford filled his of the farm rented on Russell creek home from her school sick last Triplet, spent; in a short time. regular appointment at Union on your buggies at Glasgow and. the Miss Essie Ozark. Saturday and Sunday with the Miss Vinnie Weatherford, was last Sunday with a very inter- Monday. other at Roy Walkers," so Jeff Misses Dillinghams. vicitnr nf Mice Anrlrn TiilKncr'j'm Born to the wife of Rollin Wilesting discourse as usual. There is an epidemic of bad saidv Ethyl RusThe social at Mrs. colds in this neighborhood. The first Quarterly meeting lis, a son. Well news is scarce, war is sell?, was largely attended and last Tuesday night. Some of our schools will close Mr. Walker Dickenson, while Mr. J. M. Rule, gave the for this circuit will convene i5th, some will be two raging, and things look bad, so enjoyed by all present. Dec. young folks of this neighborhood here next Tuesday the 12th. Our working in the hog killing busi- weeks later. guess Lhad better stop. Mr. and Mrs. Hallen Bault, a candy making last Tuesday Joe K. Sparks new presiding elder will be with ness hurt his back. Consequentspent Sunday at Delaney RobertThe pupils of Miss Lizzie Montnight, it was largely attended Co., H.23rd'Inft. us. Every body invited to at- ly he is carrying his cane. sons. gomery entertained Thanksgivand enjoyed by all. tend. The parsonage at this Mr. Mont Montgomery is ing evening. The. entertainment Mrs. S. R. Thomas, who has Czfne Valley.1 Mr. Wm. Biggs, of near Mt. place is about completed ready building a new addition to his was highly enjoyed by the large been confined to her room for Carmel, was here afew days ago. for our preacher to live at home. residence. several months, was moved to audience present. Mr. J. W. Bryant, was in Mrs. A. A. Cowherd and Mrs. The S. S. at Zion, is in good ' Messrs. King Rodgers and W. Mr. Jerome Hardwricks Miss Bessie Cabell, visited her Taylor Cc, afew days last week. with Mr. Horace condition Scott were in Louisville last week, S. Pickett, of the Keltnsr" comFannie Mrs. grandmother, Mr. Fred Humphress, visited Supt. AuntSallie Callison left last, Messrs. E. R. Miller ahd Wil munity, were in our midst last Young White, Vd Mr.' John White and Tuesday the people of his sister Mis W. A Rice last Monday for Middlesboro, where lis Friday and reports every thing On last Evans, were the pleasent' wife, one night last week. the neighborhood met at the spend a few weeks with guefsts of Mr. R. 0. D illingham Sunday. 'Mrs. Ed Bryanf, was the guest she will moving along nicely intheir Mr. Joe A. Bryant, is on the home of R. M. Cabell, and chil- Mr. W. J. Callison. last Saturday and Sunday. section. of her sister, Mrs. F. P. Bryant sick list at this writing. dran. The ladies went to thekitch We are glad to state that Mr. Messrs. G. M. Rice and Mat Messrs. George. Akin and one day recently. prepared dinner wWle Mr. G. C, Russell, was in conRobertson and sisters, Judelle James Gilpin two of SparksvihVs the men killed hogs, and before Mr. Olie McKinley, has been Jim B. Smith, who has been fined to his room for the past six and Annie, were guests of Mr. Campbellsville a few days ago. business men, were in night the hogs were killed confined to his room a week. weeks, is able to walk out a little. Cortez Sanders last Sunday. Mr. Albert Bryant, is now a our miast one day last week sausage were ground, lard render GL" raiGE GHEAPEB TilAH WOOD Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hancock Miss Clara Robertson, spent looking up better telephone con- - ed and all returned home. Master Mason having reached were shopping in Campbellsville, last Saturday night with her A that degree last Friday night. . nection from their place to ours. 1,1,1,1 Cole Camp. cousin, Mrs. G. C. Russell. Mr. James Qooden, has returned last Thursday. We see where they arelright if aMTMSflffifflKnT IITTTTTTS ' i't 7M ii tttn im rr till v you cannot get good Mr. Everet Smith, of Chicago, ' Mr. Robt. Humphress, bought tilH Hi from 111. he is preparing to service out News is scarce in this vicinity return to .that place with his 111., is visiting his father, Mr. a horse from J. M. Rule. Price of .a line it is no good. and health is very good. Sell Iron Fence i unknown. family, with a view of making Waller Smith. Uriah Bradshaw and crew of Mr. Valmot Cheatham, who HANUFACTUCCD BY lYlr. E. S. Rice, visited his Mr. Jo M. Turner, one of our hands are building a new feed has been confined to hisfbedsfor it their future home. Tht SIswarl Iron Works Coapany Mr. Albert Bryant; has been best farmers, is quite sick. uncle last Sunday. barn at this time for R. W. Shir-- sometime' is no better "at this CINCINNATI, OHIO " f3 ' Whose Fenco received the Hiehest ley1 near Milltown. Co., clerk, By appointed Deputy. Mr. Elbert Coffey, spent SaturMr. andMrs. Tom Bumgarner, igia meaaw world's writing, v, n air, be. JjOuis, xuvh. Mr. Walker Bryant CG. w,. Later Mrs. 'Mollie Hunter visit of six day with his uncle B. F. Thomas. The most economical fence Ton can af i Misiw Ufary Flefthw Wffl& me. ,v, tw amsant ..: as" buy. Price less than arespectable wood wt. i i "a a. : "V ?iie ' died Saturday night at 12 o'clock. WbbdMittieliind'i "Why not replace yonr mBPF&y: "SSuvme'"M Mr. J. M. Rule, has moved to fence.with a neat, attractive IB03old one &You!jirtikJLSAte. dwggiam findttfet r "ws.&msm now, if IXSCK, aaBxxToAlr ataiM sti the property of W. L. Russell at .ae KSw "IJk&X JL ZJCFEXXXE. were the pleasent giwstsof Mfss where speakweir of JU. Jftppa. Orer xm dwrigas ot Iroa Feaee, b Flwr Cough Remedy. They know from long. . $? r HHaJane Taylor, a popular Knifley. i me, bhmi, MC s oowb ih or OMUogaas. v. Ruth Thomas aaiu !.- ..night experie M e iu V" e lady of Campbellsville, visf Mise Essie Triplett, spent ox cougns ami cuius u uu SIWJUMBM. and Sunday. We are jhaving some 3l itedTMisaea Pink and Mattie CaK Wednesday night at J. H. M6r- s: Mr. and Mrs. Silas Stevenson. , llison, sevtral days of last week. ' rn. a ity. rfjfcHoVjnlling is theorder of ithe gave a pound supper lastThurs- - KDrurCo. Mr. W. L. Sharp and family, will leave us next Monday for McGreagor, Texas, where they day will make their future home LUMBER All Kinds oF Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors andjBlinds Columbia, Kentucky. FURS AND HIDES SX. n, ; j ! Al-li- e j 1 -- j I ,up-to-d- ay " -- wliu 1 v '" ' ' I J i le K' , IT - f E' Wfflflf zat jQiifc -- i,t5-ii3- i.-. I - i , - V- - " " YN isf" I .1 "V !" 11 i i .'V . -- .1 - 1! V . -. r. . -- i i ri . ikt: 1,- - ,- '