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NUMBER 7 Lloyd," who c orire c 1 1 y diagnosed Next week will be Christmaand the. A Protest. i"Majidie'8" ailment. News force wants to observe two days THE LOOKOUT MAN. . This little play was much appreciated, hence the paper will not be printed unby the audience. Columbia, Ky., Dec. 14, 1911. til Wednesday, making it one day The Entertainments Before the AdThe next play was "Little Miss Van late. The Modern Woodman of America Winkle," in which was represented a Again we offer explanation for repeating the following verses. being a Society organized and mainvent f Christmas Festivities. little girl being fooled by her playmates They appeared originally in the Commoner some seven years ago. EvEnforcing The Law. tained for the mutual benefit, welfare into believing she had been asleep ten ery year since, about this time, requests begin coming for their repand protection of its members and years. It was well played, and showed It seems to me etition. They are beginning to arrive now.. The author thanks all of their families, and recognizing that the case that there and it ought to be tho signs of some good acting ability among THEY WERE HIGHLY ENJOYABLE. should be no respector the writers for the compliment they pay when they make the request; intemDerate imfi of intnvitntinor lfmmra of persons, when it comes to the enthe children. Christine Nell acted the also for the chance to fill the weekly allotment of space without the is a menace to the health.morals andwel- - forcement of part of "Miss Van Winkle;" Nannie law and order, and work and worry of grinding out something new. Yf, M. M. iare of its members, its uses as officials should have the backbone th Russell, Nell Hindman, Fred Harris, to da a beverageis strictly forbidden by the their sworn duty Now, listen, little children, and I'll tell a story true JUniOR RECITAL 'AT L. W. T. S. Alfred Pretzel and Paul Crenshaw were in thatvrespect. s. And better you rememberf for it means a lot to you As the Christmas holidays draw nigh her playmates; and Verna Bryant was Columbia Camp No. 12502, Modern it is usually is here For if you heed the lesson, then when Christmas time "Miss Soe Kross," the austere, prim the case that certain msa Woodmen further considers that the and We are glad to make mention of the old maid school You'll get a lot of presents and a lot of Christmas cheer. sometimes boys can be seen in an teacher. illegal sale in this community of intoxi- intoxicated The Lookout Man is walking when the stars begin to peep Recital given at the Lindsey-Wilso- n In the "Petticoat Perfidy," Miss conditionn cating liquors, beverages and spiked public, thoroughfares the streets and To see if little children are in bed and fast asleep; Chapel by the Junior Pupils of the JimmieCurd, representing "Mrs: of the town. ciders threatens the peace and welfare Some Music and Expression Departments on And all who act up naughty, and don't mind their ma's and pa's, of them may be reeling and stagMiss Mabel Hindman, repre of this Camp, its members, their fami- gering, yet they The Lookout Man is watching, and he'll tell old Santa Claus. Tuesday afternoon Dec. 12th. In spite senting escape any penalty "Mrs. Norwood Jones;" and lies and the public, and it is the sense for of the very bad weather, quite a nice Miss OUie Crockett, a erame their misconduct, while others cham-br- e I knew a little fellow once who got real bad, and said de f of this Camp that this illegal traffic may be only little crowd of Columbia's most appre- He didn't care for Santa Claus, and wouldn't go to bed'; partially under the influ"Juliette," taught us to be thank against the morals of the community ence of liquor was present and were ful that we arestill, for cianve citizens and they are made to said he didn't have to mind O, he was awful bad, And the most part, cease. highly entertained for the space of an living the "simple suffer heavily for their offense. If a making folks feel sad. And didn't seem to care a mite in life," and have very 4 In as much as it is rumored and gen man has no more hour or more by the budding talents of little acquaintance with But when it came to Christmas Day he didn't get a things respect for himself the wiles of erally believed that certain establish- cnan 10 get drunk younger ones. All of the perform- "high society." the For Santa Claus had heard of him and not a thing he'd bring. It also left us under ments just outside the corporate limits be required to pay publicly, he should ers were beginners, but they did the impression that even in a fine and suffer the He knew that bad boy's record better mind your ma's and pa's, the comof the town are engaged fn this unlaw- humiliation great credit to themselves and reflected mon walks of life not all feminine of being confined in Jail. The Lookout Man is watching and he'll tell old Santa Claus. ful traffic, and that ochonor on the skill and perseverance of sweet talk is to be The Judge ought to deal with man as taken just as it is. casionally carry on their business in man I also knew a little girl who was just awful bad. ' their teachers. We can recognize in These three young ladies deserve high without discrimination and a few She wouldn't get her lessons and she always got so mad and around the town, the undersigned objects lessons them the coming "sweet girl gradu- commendation for their skill in presentin my opinion will do members of this Camp hereby pledge the community If anybody told her to be still and hush her noise ates" who shall furnish our town with ing this difficult piece. good during the coming themselves to diligently inquire into holidays. Well,she was always wishing for a lot' of Christmas tojs; entertainments of the highest and most "The Twins" was perhaps the most when 'twas Christmas morning, to her wonder and surprise, But these violations of the law and assist finished order in a few short years if enthusiastically Only a few nights received by the audiAn empty stocking hanging in the corner met her eyes. the officers in getting evidence to prose- a drunken condition ago a horseman in they continue as they have begun. ence, being a plain everyday love affa'ir. overtook me as I You see, Ke acted naughty better mind your ma's and pa's; cute all such offenders. We call on was returning The readings were "Miss Minerva Miss Ruth Milliken and Miss home. I happened to be Loretta The Lookout Man is watching and he'll tell old Santa Claus. the officers of the law to diligently in walking in the and William Green Hill" given by middle of the pike and Dunbar acted the part of twin sisters; vestigate these matters and pledge as he came up Verna Bryant, "Ike Johnson" by Nell "Clara and Gertrude," Th Lookout Man islteeping through the windows every night behind me he cussed me who were so them our support in so doing. Hindman, "The Mourning Veil" by mucn and ordered me off the road. I stepped And counting up the children who are always acting rfght. aiiKe as to seriously contuse one. The undersigned members of this to one side, aud Nell and the Christine And going off to bed at once when told it's time to go, he passed on in a gal," "Mr. Charlie an energet."One-leggeCamp hereby request and petition the lop, I could Goose" by Nannie Rus- ic, impulsive, And never pouting, not a bit, or taking clothes off slow. not and rather susceptible proprietors of the above mentioned es- in the darkness tell who the man was' sell. These were all well rendered and young book agent, He puts them in the good book, but the bad ones in the bad, Law abiding people represented by Mr. tablishments that if they have been do not have to showed good, persevering work on the And when he writes a bad one, O, he looks just awful sad stand such as that in a Luther Gadberry. At first sight he fell viblagfag the laws against selling in civilized part of the pupils. For he knows they will get nothing better mind your ma's and pa's community, and the proper in love with Clara, and proposed and toxicating beverages to cease doing so, officials should The piano pieces were also well was accepted. A few The Lookout Man is watching and he'll tell old Santa Claus. see that'such conduct is minutes later he and warn them that the members of not rendered, but especial mention should complicated matters very much by mistolerated withont reerard to xahn this Camp will make it their business I the guilty parties be made of the following: a piano solo taking may be. "Gertrude" for "Clara." But to have the law enforced against all "Flower Bells" by Christine Nell, in the end every thing came out right, Fred McLean. such violations, and we warn all per, 'Dance of the Bears" by Nell flind-maJoseph H. Chandler Dead. REPORT OF THE CONDITION and everybody was happy. sons under the penalty of the law a duet by Capitola Webb and Cal Public Sale. OF THE against renting or furnishing property lie McFarland' and one of the best and REPORT OFTHE CONDITION n most appreciated cf all, a little trio by gen- in which to carry on this iilegal traffic. The passing of this On Wednesday, the 10th day of Jan- - x Narfnie Russell and LizMary Harris, tleman, his death having occurred at J. C. Strange, M. E. Stults, uary, I will, as administrator of the OF THE- - E. R. Willis, his late home, in Campbellsville, last M. L. Grissom zie Harris. Nor ought we fail to estate of the late S. R. Walker, sell.. speak of Master Alfred Pretzel. AlW. H. Shaw. Doing Business at Casey's Friday morning, removes from Taylor V. Sullivan, the following personal property, owned county one of her best known and high- G. P. Smythe, though he can never be a "sweet girl BANK OF COLUMBIA D.N Clark, by the late said Walker, the sale to bei Creek, County of Adair, his piano ly J. W. THE LINDSEY WILSON. -- I by-law- Moun-treror- ;" boot-legge- rs well-know- n Get-There- d n, FARMERS BANK well-know- solo showed that State or Kentucky, his first few months in the study of the Doing Business at Town of ColumAt the Close ot Business on art that "soothes the savage breast" bia, County of Adair, State of lias been well applied, the 5th Day of Dec. 491 I. Kentucky, he last thing on the program was a chorus "The Young Musician" by the At the Close of Business on the RESOURCES C5 722 35 Loans and Discounts 5th Day of Dec. 1911. Primary Pupils. graduate" reapected citizens. He had reached year, and had been in his eighty-fift- h declining health for morethan a year. He was a lawyer by profession, but hadnot pracaiced for a decade or long- - Walker, G. W. J. Flowers. C. M. Russell, R'Reed, at Nell, Ky. John Harris, H. A. Hurt, RECITAL FRIDAY EVENING. RESOURCES. $157 045 90 14 874 48 37 189 55 ,12 897 28 720 03 4 075 51 ' Loans and Discounts.... U. S. and other Bonds( Stocks, and Secureties The more advanced pupils of Miss Due from Banks Crockett's large music class gave a re- Actual Cash oa hand Checks, cash items and.. Chapel, Friday Exchange for Clearing cital at Lindsey-Wilso- n evening at 7:30 o'clock. was one of Overdrafts Unecured.. . 4 the best, if not the best, .general music Current Expenses, and. ' recitals ever given from that platform. taxes paid Due from Banks Actual Cash on hand. ...". Checks, cash items and Exchange for Clearing Overdrafts Unsecured . . . Current Expenses and taxes paid C22G21 .1 590 55 4 19 426 00 It 073 51 Furniture and Fixtures Total LIABILTrrKS'., Capital Stock paid in,. in$Sfef'"it , ca?h ' Surplus $500 00; Uudivided ' profits 5870 34; Total.... y Deposits" on which interest ' ' 2 860 00 ?33 829 30 er. wnen in his prime he was a power m Taylor county, and the most influential citizen in it. Soon after the Civil war he served in the State Senate and also in the House of Representatives, and at one time was a candidate for Congress. A high type of man, honorable in all his transactions. The deceased lost his companion a' number of years ago, but he is sur vived by three sons and three daught- one, by Misses Anna Coy, Nell LIABILITIES. Nell and Alma "McFar, Capital stock paid in, in land, and the two by Misses Alice Walk-above statement is true to the best of my know$30 000 00 cash , ledge and belief. handsome Drug Store. er, Flora McBeath, Golda English and Surplus, $30 000 00; Un- -' ( E. W. Smith, cashier. Cash for Accounts and Notes Cary Rosenfield. The "Caprice divided profits, $4 000 00; 'Subscribed and sworn to before mebyE. W. 31 000 00 Heroique," in which is represented a Total: Smith, this 15th day of Dec. 1911. on The Paull Drug Company is now in i lion awakening and roaring ,and dying, Depositspaid which inter- W.C. WOLFORD, Notary Public, Adair county.Ky. est is its new place of business, west corner Comes easily if you place them with My commission expires March. 3rd. 1912. was well rendered indeed, and we hope Deposits on which interest of public square. The interior of the us for collection. We collect notes and Correct Attest; 1C2 724 10 isnotpaid 162 724 10 these young ladies may be able to preG. E. Walker, Director. building is handsomely- fitted in modern accounts and look after claims any 1209 96 public again. Misses Ca- Due to Banks sent it to the McC. Goode, Director Other Liabilities not insyie, glass counters, beautiful show where in the United States, and do not ry Rosenfield and Elsie Coy each gave cluded J. A. Williams. Director. under any of cases, the shelving enclosed with glass make any charges unless we collect. a delightful piano solo. heads Int. Dis the above sliding doors, the framing hardwood If any body owes you, write us about by and Ex. and Tax Acct.. 3 593 89 There was a piano duet Do Not be Unmindful. finish. The prescription department is it. May's Collection Agency. Misses Elsie Coy and Mallie Moss, a 231 527 95 Total divided from the main room by a handduet by Misses Alice Walker and Cary STATE OF KENTUCKY, ), Somerset, Ky Coiwty op Adair, Next Sunday will be Christmas Eve some, ornamental partition, giving the J Rosenfield, and a trio by Misses Alva Cashier I, Jno. Knight, Mabel Hindman and Alma Mc- Bank, do W. Flowersswear of the above named and nearly all the children in Columbia entire inside a most attractive appearsolemnly that the above stateObituary. Farland. The little trio by Misses ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be- are sure to be remembered, as is the ance. Every thing is so convenienty custom each year before the birthday arranged that a person can see what he Nannie Russell, Mary Harris and Liz- lief. Jno. W- - Flowers. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to Before me by Jno. of the lowly Nazarene, Their little is looking for upon entering the door. zie Harris, that was so. well received ip . tiluwers, .. .nt uj tuirT On the 15, of Nov. the death angel 11113 jocn uuc, .ft.. The large stock of gold andsilver r hearts will be made glad when they iii. Tuesday afternoon, app"ared again. My Commission expires Jan., 12th, 1914. visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alva awake Monday morning to find that ware now on display, is dazzling to the There were three vocal solos; one by h r J. O. Russell, N. P. A. C. Ky, Harvey, and removed their only old Santa Claus has left them toys, eye. Miss Katherine Hogard, "Where Roses Correct daughter, Lela. She was 23 years old candies, etc. But do the Churches of W. W. JOKE3, Director Gleam;" one, "Alba," by Miss Ruth and a good girl and loved by all who R. F. Paoll. Director. this town know that there are children Milliken, whf also gave us a delightful Announcement. Jambs Gaunett, Director knew her. She had been confined in living in the suburbs of Columbia, who little encore "The Summer Girl," and her room nearly 10 months with conare not fortunately situated their para bass solo, "The Mighty Deep," by sumption. All ,that loving hands.co'uld ents not able to supply them with Moss. Mr. and Mr. Paul-W- . Christmas at Presbyterian Church little gifts? Would it not be a Christ- Montpelier, Mrs. G. A. Bradshaw. of do was done, but God called her to joys Miss Crocket has proven herself to be announce the engagement ian act for the religious organization s of their daughter, Miss Nora, to Mr. L. above. She found the Savior precious a Music teacher, of the highest order, to her soul and was baptized a few and we wishio;congratulate her on her i "A Bethlehem visit Meditation will of Columbia to appoint Committees to C. Blair, of Glenville. The wedding weeks before the end came. To .her parents are not will take place at the'iesidence of the success and the. success of her pupils. be given by the pastor of the Presby- - look after those whose in position to do for their children intended bride Thursday, December grief stricken parents and brothers, we Iterian church at the morning hour next THE PLAYS. do if fortune 28, 1911., Rev., Z. T. Williams will can but say, the Lord giveth and"he Sabbath. In the evening, by the aid what they would gladly take's away, bless his holy name. smiled upon them?y The poor know officiate. of the stereopticon, the story of 'The had A Friend, S. E. M. 4 i when Christmas comes, and no impresMiss McGavock's Expression pupils Other Wise Man" will be given. sion could be made more lasting that Citizens Bank. gave an" evening of plays at the Lindsey-- Special, appropriate music Will be there is a God who cares for them, The members of the Methodist conChapel, Saturday evening, rendered at these services. Wilson their wants being supplied by missiongregation will hold a church social, in December the 16th. All of her pupils On Monday night (Dec 25) at 6 aries, who have the love of their Crea On and after Tuesday Dec. 26, 1911, building, this Tuesday evening, were represented from the least to the o'clock, the Sunday school will give a tor at heart are not selfish, but who will nav a- - 50 Der cent dividend to their , beginning at 6:30. Every member is greatest, and of the four plays given, Christmas Tree in connection with are ready to, share their joys witn .the depositor pt.uitizen panic, uoiumoia, urged to attend. Before the breaking n J ;s ' is hard to say which were best, the snecial nrooram of musife. There will needy. Carry out the Bible,, injunc; I ir ivy., urop me a cam giving- me your up hour refreshments will be served. o .0frr gi?en to the youngQggyathe also be, given a set of beautiful tion, .help the poor, and your conscience Post office! 'address; . There will be 'no charge, j... more advanced plays. The first tu'res on The Nativity by the great Mas-pla- will beat ease and you can sleep wi- - , Winfrey, Wc, "What Ails Maudie," was pre- - ters. Everybody invitedto attend out being disturbed by mghtful t ?vi'tu by five little girls. Lizzie Harris ! these services! seated dreams. S i SALT FOR MIE Cwrt-Heusits-- represented the anxious mother of fc? Entertainment at W zr P of the membors ot, the - 1J)U a conscience stncKen little Between Columbia arAI Cai V I ., "Maudie," The attention r? i' rV t !.,'!, a . Mmt 11--; f .itoUi Baptist church at Cane Valley, Jtrr. who had miiea trranamotner s cat. eyitamg Ctymi whose part was played by Leonie ,h6x containing some fancy work, etc. ed to the fact that Kev. r sra STOW t33(Tbiay 3 J nZ. Ad'm. Ix. jTi'iir 11 rhaavboiVbgBiMl barreraalt, 2iilu-i' ..rt. i .;. ":m r'.i "Vtstt- - u'. ci. ,.j- - y Trvaw uiuuis: iimi.'u .., ..-ma'OKauiH.wuufia whick cost ,oalv. 15 ceta wore, than e, r Noercry. ' j "Mj will snverewaraxorra ton: will preach at th.ChristMUl church L the l-i. mt&.MsLmm'lmZJS AIT Wrnl whch you bayetee- 'Mra: Edwia Hurt,? h . IyBcyVacted the part of "Dr. LebaaoB, .Ky, ,. Let every member be prasMtf' ' " ? '"1 8ats26c Coate! "wfceW St4t Sam Lewis. jr y 'V'NS .e 45-3- 000 00" .., The program was well chosen, and RealEstate and fixtures 2 000 00 Furniture l appealed strongly to the best in all Total lovers of good music; the pieces being Other Assets not included under any of. the above of unusually high grade. '. The most highly appreciated pieces heads bv rendered were no doubt, the quartettes; Total " .1 725 20 $15 000 00 34 3 000 00 ers. 231 527 95 The name Jo Chandler, will long be remembered by the people of Taylor 22 458 96 isnotpaid county, and his sayings will often be ?38 829 30 Total quoted by the young men of STA'ta OF KENTUCKY I Rich in intellect, the world has been County op Adair f Set Cashier of the above made poorer by his going. . I, E. W- - Smith named Bank, do solemnly swear that the to-da- y. 1370 Ray Flowers, H. T. Walker, Ray Montgomery Ernest Harris, J. R. Crawford, J. A. Thompson, Wilmer Reynolds, P. V. Grissom, Ray Conover, Geo. E. Wilson. Oscar McBeath, G., W. Montgomery Edwin Cravens, L. W. Staples, J. L. Walker, T. B. Craver.s, A. S. Chewning, S. C. Neat, W. H. Wilson, George Hunn, 'A Jesse M. Murrell, S. W. fleck, r W. E. Willis, C. R. Barbee. F. A. Rosenbaum, T. A. Murrell,1 G. W Lowe, Jim Snaora O. S. Dunbar, L. G. Weatherford Melvin Conover, J. F. Patteson, Horace Jeffries, P. P, Dunbar. H. A. Walker, W. C. Campbell, W. E. Bradshaw. Clint Smith, C. R. Hutchison, Joe Miller, S. G. Denny, A. A. Miller, Joe E. Flowers interest from date. t. A lot of stock hogs. 100 barrels of corn. A lot of hay and other feed stuff, farming impliments, household and, kitchen furniture. All amounts $5 and over, will be sold" on six, months time. Notes must be well secured, and bearing 06 per cent, A. C. Pulliam Admir. 8 yearling mules. 10 work mules. 5 head of horses. 15 or 20 head of cattle. t ..' S " . .- Evangelstic Meetings. of evangelistic services to be conducted for ten days or two weeks. Thjh-purpose of these services will be the sav- -. ing of souls and the deepening of the spiritial life of the members of the church.The pastor will do the preaching and Miss Elizabeth Holladay will have the chorus in charge. The new songs No. 2, will be used. It will be fitting to spend the opening hours of the new year in getting a better grip on our religion. We may feel the need before the year is gone. Come in and help and share in blessing is the hearty invitation from pastor and people. Alex-ahderGospel At the conclusion of the week of prayer, to fee observed in union services by our local churches, the pastor of the Presbyterian church will begin a series ;.. . Mr. Ilanibal McBeath and family, who have been residents of Columbia for the past two years, will leave today for Boyle county to reside, Mr. McBeach having purchased a farm near Danville. The people of Columbia generally regret the departure of- this very excellent family, a valuable acquisition to any community. In their departure this place loses and Boyle county gains. We understand that Mr McBsath and the members of his family were with Columbia, but inducements brought about the change They leave with the best wishes of this community. - delighted i . A . - . - pic-tw- 1 y, l. C t- in k "I . jt uuni - 4- nurt e. 4 M. r93u .. -- -- nv M 'DnbrA21at' .1 V- - Santa Claus in person has been at Russell & Co's., store for the past week. He is georgeously attired and wears a long white'beard. He has met nearly all the children in town, and many of J;hem have entertained hira -A with speeches, telling what they wanf ed Christmas Eve. He will appear several time thi3 week, about 3: 30. in the afternoon, and smg and danccHe k an interesting old man and .chiktaa.-'--- . who have not seen hinf, must not lose .Br.-fr- ft ' ' 3T, the opportunity. . jt& V-- c'k -- 1 --i- ii V- -l. " h psfA useful little "SoavWrHaivert every oee buying a mca aa $1.00 weHev "vl of goeee at atkee as leaw ae MknltSL "&. . . r jr Gee. 3. "& :. -... " -- V ..3' 4- - X JS" --V 7'i.-- - J .. .: v s.: r '& " 1 -- 1 y . J.i -- . t- - rv. 'X r Tr-- i v I " ' ; -; :w;- ,r?;v &3 , -- tfv fr'fJ rv THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS . the first opportunity. What are crat hang his head in shame One of our acquaintances who Mrs. Lizzie' Pulliam, who has the conditions on the eve of the when he relizes that these con- has been going under the name been sick for several days is assembling of the Legislature? spirators against the integrity of of Rupgers since he got into a somewhat improved at present. e Gov. McCreary, with a a great party and peace and hap- serious difficulty iu the Calf Ribs Mr. L. C. Walker, was on a record of promises redeemed and piness of a great State have community a few weeks ago was business trip to' Red Lick Thurs.pledges kept, can be relied on to J found supporters ready to furth buried at the Hog Wallow day. do his duty. He will face every er their nefarious design. What graveyard yesterday. He left Mr. J. N. Walkup, sold a nice ipublic question squarely, and salve they call apply to their con- a will instructing that the seven cow to Mr. Joel Hestand for $40 will urge upon tie Democrats of sciences that will ease them un- dollars he left behind be buried one day last week. both houses that the promises of der the burden of their betrayals with him, and this was' done Quite a lot ofJiogs have been the platform be translated into I know nbt.but I do know that He left a good many slaughtered around here the past deeds. He is not responsible for no Democrat in this enlightened bad debts and they were, week, nice weather for it. the Legislature, nor can he com-- , clay can prove a traitor to the buried along with the goods ones. Mr. P. H? Walker, made a mand, or coerce its members principles of his party and again Sim Flinders has been sitting en business trip to Columbia Tuesbut he is ready to face the people without getting his front fence this, week with' day. with theran enacting into laws his just deserts. Mr. Virgil Kinnaird wife and wads of paper stuck in both ears. the principles which won the The extension of the County Sim is accused of stealing a. hog-liv- daughter, of Sulphur Well, after commendation of the voters, and Unit has the sanction of a Democfrom a man over near spending a week at this- - place, restored the government of the racy that has renewed its youth, Thunderation, arid does not wish with relatives .returned home .State to the Democracy. its success in Keutucky presag- - to hear any of the passing re- - Monday. But what of the Legislature ing its supremacy in the nation. , Mrs. Inev Kinnaird and little marks that are made about him itself? How do its members We must keep our word, every! Yam Sims, who has Deen'seek- - son, Ray, and Miss Lissa stand on the grave problems man of us in and out of office. ing encouragement in of Red Lick, visited Mrs. the purthat confront them? Will they We must come clean. We must suit of the fickle heart and hand Vallie Combs Thursday ,ater-noostrengthen the arm of the Chief be brave and honest and true or of Miss Gondola Henstep, Executive in his effort tb further be whipped like unclean things a shadow of hope, she Mr. James MannJr and Ed Lee the interests oi the State and from the Temple. came over from having dropped her handkorchief Hamilton, elevate the Democracy to a place I appeal to my fellows of the from her tall mule the other day Edmonton, last Saturday night. of power, where it will have the press and to my fellow Demo- - in order to alow him the ,privi Their wives who had spent most Tespect and confidence of the crats everywhere to urge, with of the time during their fathers iere of D;ckine-i- t ud. whole people, or will they listen one voice, the Kentucky legislaDock Hocks, onr blacksmith illness returned home with them to the voice of the tempter, repu- ture, which is overwhelmingly F. T- - Bell and sister, Pearl, diate their obligations and bring Democratic, to do its full duty. and earstwhile dentist, is busily attended meeting at Chestnut engage in putting- - some new 'disaster to their party and disH. A. SOMfifcERS. 5 Grove last Sunday. grace upon themselves? If that Editor of Elizabethtown News. teeth iu a crosscut saw that Mrs. Lade Bell, spent a day or to Isaac Hellwanger. !Tbe is not properly anquestion sick sister Mrs. Lizteeth were knocked but during a so with her tiog Wallow Doings. swered it will be too late to save difficutly last week. To lessen the zie Pulliam last week Democracy from the perils the Luke Mathewsla is getting his cost of the job Isaac wanted the Corn gatherning and .getting that environ it. While there is affairs in shape to reform on the teeth filled, but the dentist told wood is the chief occupation yet time to appeal to the with the farmers at this time. first of the year. him he would have some new the intelligence and the Hogwallow Washington Hocks shook him- ones put in ' "patriotism of the General AssemThey Hold the Balance. self out of a persimmon tree on bly let the press of the State Ridge Tuesday night. Ends Winter's Troubles. join the voters in their demajid Musket It is a long way to the national postoffice was entered To mnay, winter is a season of trouble The jthat shall stay its coryear,, and much The frost bitten toes and fingers chap- conventions next rupting hand and permit the night before last by some politics may Happen in the mean ped hands and lips, chilblains, snembers of both Houses and the postmasters ored anchrough skins, prove this. time, but it is a cinch that two the hopes of the sausage grinder is missing. But such troubles fiy before Ruck-len- 's Rosevelt and Bryan, hold gwbple as expressed at the polls. Arnica Salve A trial Potlocks, who has (Greatest healer of Burns, convinces. men, Boils. Piles, the balance of power within of the determinate issues Jefferson One Bruises. Eczema and of tjie last campaign was the been cutting down a tree near Cuts, Sores, 2ac at PaulLDrug Co. Ltheir respective parties for weal Sprains.- Only County Unit questipn. Both par-- Rye Straw for the past two weeks or woe. Competent observers of life-timoo-oper- ate Cyclone. Tke Democratic Legislature Mast ties put it in their platforms, and completing the job at noon togave solemn assurances to the day. Redeem Party Pledges. Farmers are about done gatherfriends oi temperance that the The snow at Bounding Billows ing corn in this section. law would be extended to meet the other day is reported to have The coming session of the Mr. Jesse Sublette, of Romine, O'Rear been so thick that the people "Kentucky Legislature isf the their wishes. Judge was vtsiting Mr. Frank Shepherd most important ever held, not on- questioned the sincerity of the could not walk without stepping and family last Sunday. ly in its bearing upon the mate- Democrats in every speech that in it Howard Reyneirson, of theL. rial progress of the State, but in he made. Gov. McCreary and The Tickville Tidings announ- W. T. S. spent Saturday and its effect upon the future of the Mr. MlcDermott and other Dem- ces that some of the Republic- Sunday with S. M. Suddarth. Democratic party. In the flush ocratic nominees thundered back ans over that way are so strong A large crowd attended the they were in earnest, you nave to hold your 'nose when entertrinment at Pig Tail last of success we must not, lose sight at him that of the fact that the progressive and denounced him for misrepre- you get around them. Wednesday night. principles advocated by Gov. senting their motives and que- Seeing a national victory for the Miss Lula Todd, was visiting honesty The Democrats, the postmaster has Mrs. J. R. Cundiff and family McCreary and his associates on stioning their the State ticket were responsi- Democratic papers stilled the decided to change his politics this last Thursday. ble for the signal triumph of fears of their readers by con- winter while no one is looking. Miss Ruth Squires, was visitTobe Mosely says it is now go- ing Miss Anna and Lela Cundiff promises that their party November 7th. The overwhelm- stant ing majority was not so much a would have control of both ing on two years since his con- last Friday. partisan victory as it was the Houses, and that the Democracy science has hurt him. He says Mr. J. W. Smith, was in this expression of the opinion of alone could and would give the he is thinking of writing a tes- section last Wednesday buying practically every Democrat in the people the relief the Constitution timonial in behalf of the prin- turkeys. ciples of honor. State, and many thousands of declared them entitled to. Mr. L. P.r Murry, who has been Miss Flutie Belchar is laid up independents, that they had But that was before election. on the sick list for the past two and see now? with a cold which she caught or three weeks is able to be out faith in the sincerity and'honesty What do we hear of the Democratic platform, and The liquor lobby are plying their while standing in the draught again. in the men who publicly pro- pestilential activities all over the of air that escaped from her Hood Bros, have completed an claimed that every pledge in ic State, using every argument and accordion while she played it at Immaculate tent house for Mr. would be sacredly kept. Had influenceto get Democratic legis- a party Thursday night. W. F. Squires on his farm near Frisby Hancock has dreamed voters believed for an in- lators to repudiate the platform the here. party was several times here of late that stant that Gov. McCreary would, upon which their Mr. Jas. Suddarth, sold his 0 ,after election, betray them and swept into power. The same in- he wasabout to drown, and as a and 1911 crop ot tobacco to prove false to his vows they terests that have blocked legis-atio- n precaution he now sleeps with his Allen Walker for 5 cts per lb. year after year to prevent head propped up, so that he can Mr. Neal Dixon, has removed would have swept him and his associates into oblivion. Had the County Unit bill from com- keep it well out of water. trom this neighborhood to Ala-bathere been an intimation that the ing to a vote are making a last Cricket Hicks held the lamp where he will make his desperate effort to thwart the Sunday night while Miss Hostet-te- r future home. Democratic members of the Hocks sang a solo at the Hog House, or Senate, would repudi- will of the majority. They are cojol-in- g Nell. Hill church. ate the vital planks in the plat- burrowing in dark places; the weak and threatening Af nno nninf Inaf vmrn wont- on Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Simpson, form the whole ,ticket would .have gone down to merited de- the strong; pleading with Sena- high that Cricket was compell- of Rugby, spent Sunday with tors to violate the sanctity of ed to stand on a chair, feat. the latters mother, Mrs. Carrie platform declarations; Ellick Hellwagner ha3 returned Walker. Parties, like individuals, should their he held to strict account. They combining with predatory corpor- from the headquarters of Gimlet' Rev john StottS) is holding a can no longer trifle with the peo- ations that have legislative creek,from which point lie float meeting at East Fork. ple. If they secure votes by favors to ask; working selfishly ed down on a raft. He brought Misses Annie and Lissa promise of reforms they must always without a care for the with him a bag of turnips and of Red Lick, returned &eep their pledges, or suffer the future of the Democracy, or; the an armful of the latest almanacs. home last Sunday after spending punishment that an outraged honor of the State. We are glad to see people take several days with relatives at electorate will visit upon them at It will make every true Demo- so to literature, Gradyville. 19-1-ma the trend of political affairs are almost unanfmons in the belief that nominees who go into the coming battle unsupported by the approval of Roosevelt or FEASTED He Did ON LOBSTER. transplanted about 20,000 eastern lobsters In Monterey bay. Before shipping wooden pegs had been put in Bryan are foredoomed to defeat. their claws so that they couldn't fight This is interesting in view of with each other en route to this coast. Before transplanting those in charge Bryan's opposition to Harmon as neglected to remove the wooden peg3, the Democratic Bryan with the result that the lobsters an Sorely Afterward. Some years ago the government It on the Sly and Repented candidate. too has long been a poltically "dead one," according to the newspapers of the interest. It is true he is the most defeated man in American politics but it is nevertherless a fact, that probably no other Democrat has such a strong and loyal following unless it be Cov. Wilson, who is yet to win his spurs in the arena of national politics. Thus the two most distinguished "dead ones" in American politics will be next year the presidential conventions The Grit. to-da- y, died. The government accordingly sent another shipment and this time saw that the pegs had been removed before planting tho lobsters. Some time thereafter the Albatross steamed into Montefev bar, under the command of the United States fish commission, looking for results of the transplanting. Lobster traps were set at different points, but nary a lobster was captured. The government then posted notices offering S2.000 for a specimen of the transplanted lobsters. Two years passed. A Santa Cruz fisherman, out in bis little smack, caught one of the lobsters. Then, thinking that there was a law against catching them, he sneaked the lobster to his home, cooked it, ate it and destroyed all evidence. Later he divulged the secret to some other fishermen. "I caught a lobster sixteen inches long," ho said. To Run Another Year. "What!" they exclaimed. "Yes, and I was afraid to sell it, so I ate it myself." "You ate it?" "Yes." And they broke to him the sad news that there was a reward of $2,000 for a sample lobster from the bay. "And I had a S2.000 meal!" said the fisherman and fainted. San Francisco Chronicle. A meeting of the stockholders of the Campbellsville Canning Comyany was held Tuesday evening. Owing to the absence - 4 of the secretary and president but ARCHAEOLOGY. little official business was trans- The Ancients Were Unconscious Aids to the Modern Science. acted. The business of this comArthur writing in pany during the past season was the North L. Frothingham, on American Review "Where most successful and it has been Archaeology Comes In," notes that, decided to run another year, though it is customary to consider the science as a modern study, dating with the hopes of increasing the from the middle of the eighteenth cenoutput of the factory. The tury, "there has been at all times a certain amount of unconscious archaeproducts of the plant last season ology." Illustrating this, he says: "When have nearly all been sold, and Nabonidus,the late Babylonian King about 530 B. C., stated that the prospects look bright for the he was restoring in the original style built coming season. News Journal. a templehim bymore than 2,000 years before King Naramsin he was, or thought he was, doing the work of an archaeological scholar. The Business OutLooK. When the Roman priests, under the Antoine emperors, continued to use in their sacrifices only the primitive black earthen cups that had been in There has been a decided im- use for nearly a thousand years, since the founding of Rome, they provement in .business conditions before practical archaeologists. were throughout the country. In retail "When the Emperor Augustus insisted on having copies transactions this improvement works of Greek sculpture of the best of different pertains not only to holiday trade ages and styles made in the exact originals, including arbut to general expansion and manner of the was obliging his sculpchaic works, he provision for the future. This tors to be archaeologists. The Emperor Claudius, who wrote on antiquifact is emphasized by Brad-street- 's ties and used archaicisms. was lamreport as well as by Dun's pooned by scurrilous Romans as a pedantic archaeologist, and Hadrian, both of which agree that there is the Philhellene. among his many efgreater business confidence and forts at resurrecting ancient Hellas,e can count the revival of the Perga-mengeneral improvement. Such imand Alexandrian styles of sculpture." provement of course must be Kin-nair- d, manifest er Kid-nair- d, n. has-fou- nd Old Time Kissing Customs. The English distaste for kissing is a selves. thing of comparatively recent growth. But there is improvement In the seventeenth century our habits were the wonder of the foreigner. which the people will not realize Nicolaus do Bethlen, a Hungarian, who until some future time. Railroad visited these shores in 1633, relates that "my brother and I behaved very companies are buying heavily rudely on one occasion, being unaware with the resuit that iron and that it was the custom in that country to kiss the corner of the mouth of lasteel display greater activity. dies instead of shaking hands, as wo Cotton and wool are more in de- do in Hungary. We were invited to dine at the house of a gentleman of mand. Transportation is larger, high rank and found his wife and three daughters, one of them married, ready s, especially of manufactured to receive us. We kissed' the girls, but while exports again ap- not the married ladies, and thereby greatly offended Duval proach record-breakin- g figures. apologized for ourthe latter. and told blunder All these phases of improvement us that when saluting we must always kiss the senior lady first and leave the are most conclusive in production girls to the last." London Express. pro-duct- to the people them- j be-lou- gs -- con-.scien- ce, Ken-tuckia- n. the-lobb-y tohon-sstly'interpr- cold-sore- s, et ., A man. never realizes the flight of time so much as when his boys get to When you have a bilious attack give (rearing the same size shirts that he Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They Iov. Exchange. are' excellant. For sale by Paul Bxperience is the extract- - of smfer-teDrug Co. g. shipping centers, but Sneezing In Persia. will in time extend more, genThe well known superstition that to sneeze once is a bad omen seriously erally over the country. ;nterferes with many of the duties and In New York city there is ap- pleasures of the. Persian. When he is prehension that Congress will so unfortunate as to sneeze once he juickly says, "Sabar amad" (a time for inact any legislation that will waiting has come), and for at least materially affect business condi- two hours thereafter he cannot beon a to take medicine, start tions. Business men believe that Journey or begin any new or important work. A missionary surgeon who has while both great parties --will more than once had to postpone an opjockey for positions in the pres- eration because he or the patient sneezed once says, "I have now an adept at producing double idential campaign, neither will meezes." Los Angeles Times. dare to assume responsibility for ' The legis latien that may have influ-enc- e Druggist Sarcastic Druggist Woman Yes. madam? one' way or another on busi- That last postage stamp you sold me dropped off the envelope and the letter ness conditions. They hold busi- went to the dead letter office, and 1 want to know what you are going to ness is master of its own affairs do about it. Druggist Why, of course, madam, as I personally guarantee each for the time being at least, in of the stamps I ysell I'll make it good. which event condition swill con- - Here's anoth9Sk;"iS3r"cinge. ,r"w Flight of Time. tinue to improve. and per-suad-ed be-:o- 1 Arthur Helptt v '.' V , --, - v - v !?U -- &;;: : ty VvJ V t '&' ' -- v ,ir-' ;u, " VI. J5SP- - WV fr. " t . O y i nm CURIOUS lflE CONTRASTS. CARBOLIC ACID ANTIDOTE. ADAIR COUNTY NEWS QUEEN VENUS. GRIDIRON STORIES w muiiuuuuuiiuiuiuiuiuiuiuuuuiuuuuuiiuiuiuuim "s Vn Authors. Whose Writings and Methods of Life Were Contradictory. A man of genius when be writes a book and "all the god comes rushing into his soul" is in an abnormal state, and hence lives of men of letters hare often been In glaring contrast to their writings. Montaigne tells us tfcat he always observed supercelestial opinions to be accompanied with subterranean morals. On..the other hand, the most latitudinarian professors of epicureanism have often lived like anchorites or trappists. Some of the best sea songs have been written by men who never snuffed a salt water breeze, stirring war songs have been written by timid men and women who would have shrieked at the sight of a mouse, and hymns steeped in the very spirit of devotion have been written iy men of doubtful morality, who were never less at home than in a Christian church. Charles Lamb was ready to wager that Milton's morning hymn in Paradise was penned at midnight, and we know positively that Thompson, who sang the praises of early rising In the "Seasons," used to lie abed till noon. Sir Richard Steele could discourse eloquently on temperance when he was not drunk. Wood-wort- h In his "Old Oaken Bucket" sang praise of cold water under the inthe Dr. Johnson, spiration of brandy. who wrote so well on politeness, interrupted his opponents with "You lie, sir!" "You are a vile Whig, sir!" Burns was a compound of "dirt and deity." Rousseau, who was always filling people's eyes with tears, betrayed and slandered his benefactors in turn and sent his children to the foundlings hospital. When Moore proposed to Scott to go and see Melrose abbey, as Sir Walter had described it, by moonlight. "Pooh, pooh." said Scott, "you don't suppose I ever saw it by moonlight!" William Matthews.Sainte-Beuve'- s Monday Chats. Tincture ef Iodine, It Is Claimed, Gives Remarkable Results. Among" cases of accidental poisoning those caused by carbolic acid are the most frequent These generally arise through mistaking a solution of carbolic acid for some medicine or, as occurs very often, for some alcoholic liquor. The remedies generally employed in dealing with this kind of poisoning consist in washing the stomach with alkaline water or pure glycerin, followed by the ingestion of alkaline sulphates, oil and white of eggs beaten up. Some years ago, however. Dr. Maberly showed that tincture of iodine, administered in fairly large doses, may give much better results. On one occasion when called in to attend a young negro who. thinking he was drinking whisky, had swallowed a quantity of a strong solution of carbolic acid and who consequently was severely burned about the lips and throat, Dr. Maberly hurriedly made him swallow a teaspoonful of tincture of Iodine In a cupful of water. A few .minutes afterward the patient was able to swallow some milk Without any difficulty, speaking became easier, and he very soon completely recovered. The same immediate and complete effect was obtained on administering tincture of iodine in doses of five drops d in water in the case of a boy who had just swallowed some carbolic acid. Similar success was met with in a third case of carbolic acid poisoning, the victim being a child of two years of age. In this instance the iodine treatment could not be begun till thirty hours after the ingestion of the poison. The alarming symptoms soon disappeared under the influence of tincture of iodine given every four hours in doses of five drops in a teaspoonful of water. The little patient was cured. The tincture of iodine neutralizes the carbolic or phenic acid by forming IN MACARONI. HOLES with it an iodophenate, insoluble and European Edition Device by Which the Hollow Strips of therefore harmless. New York Herald. Dough Are Produced. Haven't yon often asked. "How do IRON IN WATER. they get the holes In macaroni?" Yes. you undoubtedly have, and unless you have visited a macaroni factory you It Is One of the Most Powerful Flavoring Agents Known. are probably still in doubt Interesting methods are employed in bringing What would you consider one of the this food into the form in which It is most powerful agents with which to placed before the public. flavor water? Would it be iron? A half part per million of iron in After the dough has been well mixed and kneaded in a powerful machine it water is detectable by taste, and more into macaroni, which than four or five parts make a water is ready h unpalatable. In some mineral springs is of a tube shape about inch in diameter, or spaghetti, which ironMs the constituent which imparts h Is a solid stick shape of about a medicinal value to the water,, but inch in diameter. This is done ordinarily it is undesirable. by forcing the dough under hydraulic More than 2.5 parts per million in pressure through a cylinder with a flat water used for laundering makes a circular bronze die or mold at the bot- stain on clothes. Iron must be removtom. The macaroni die is full of holes ed from water from which ice is made inch in diameter, and or a cloudy discolored product will reabout each hole has a small pin in the center sult An iron content of over two or of it, which is attached to one side of three parts per million in water used the hole This pin forms the hole in in the manufacture of paper will stain the macaroni and divides the dough the paper. on one side as it 'starts 'through the Iron is harmful in water used for hole, but before the dough reaches the steaming, for it is in equilibrium with cud of the hole the divided side comes acids which inside the boiler become together and remains so, making a per- dissociated, with the result that the fect tube. The spaghetti die contains free acids corrode the boiler plates, but only plain holes about inch the amount of iron carried in solution in diameter arranged in groups. When by most waters is so small that the macaroni and spaghetti come from the damage It does to Tsteam boilers presses or cylinders they are cut into amounts to little. certain lengths, the length depending Waters having high iron content upon whether the curing or drying is to be done on trays or by hanging over have In some places caused an immense amount of trouble and expense rods. In curing or drying macaroni the when used as city supplies, for they length of time varies according to the favor the growth of crenothrix to such process employed and to atmospheric a degree that the water pipes become conditions outside the factory and the clogged with the iron sheaths of the standard of quality maintained. Some organism. The removal of iron from makers require only three days, v.liile water Is sometimes easy and sometimes very difficult Geological Survey others takeas many as six days. x Bulletin. Omaha Bee. three-year-olto-fo-rm one-fourtone-eight- one-four- th one-eight- h gen-arall- y American Sunshine. Until a man has made the experiment it is impossible to believe how vivid, and how severe on British eyes is the glare of the American sun, and also bow Impossible it is. no matter how strong British prejudice may be in that regard, to play golf in the coat which all the traditions of Scotland prescribe as decent Very soon the Briton golfing in America will have cast from him that worse than superfluous garment and will be going with light heart and light raiment so called "In shirt sleeves" like the American himself. London Globe. Superior. Little Nelly told little Anita, what she termed a "little fib." Anita A fib Is the same as a story, and a story is the same as a lie. Nelly No. it's not Anita Yes, it is. because my father said so, and my father is a professor at the university. Nelly I don't care if he is. My father is a real estate man. and he knows more about lying than your father does. United Presbyterian. Fully Impressed. "I see your daughter is engaged to be married." Twining of Plants., One of the peculiarities to be noticed in connection with the twining of plants is the fact that with very few exceptions all the individuals of one species always twine in the same direction. Most plants twine in the opposite course to the movement of the sun or the hands of a watch. Such twiners are the morning glory, wistaria, wax plant, trumpet creeper and many others. Among those which twine in the opposite direction the hop and wild bindweed, or climbing polygonum, are familiar examples. Harper's Weekly. ' Horse Markings. Among horses, irrespective or the question of breed, white is much more commonly seen on the hind legs, or on .one of them, than on the fore legs. And when the latter are white It is practically always true that you will find white on the hind legs too. According to the Horse World, when markings are present both behind and in front those on the hind limbs are usually the more extensive. -- Going Too Far. Mrs. Boffin I read in the 'paper that a woman in looking after another woman to see what she had on fell out of a window. Mr. Boffin Well, that "At last" "I hope she realizes that marriage only goes to show that some women is a serious thing." in trying to follow the fashions can go "You bet .sbV'dbpa,, We thought too far. Illustrated Bits. she'd never land this boob." LouisS Exempt ville Courier-JournaClerk (to office boy after senior partt ner has told poor joke) Why don't How It Went. "1 hear you won a fifty dollar prize." you laugh' too? Office Boy I don't "1 did. And I have already loaned need to. I'm leaving on Saturday. out $165, Invested $200 in schemes and London Pnncb. alienated $3,000 worth of other The American Navy. friends." Pittsburg Post'" The origin of the --American navy $ dates frona .Oct 13. 1775, when, conDodges Trouble. felgress authorized the equlpmerifof two Blobbs Borrowell Is the sort of '( , Is always looking tar trouble. cruisers. low who Oh. 1 doa't know. He Is al- Slobbs Be not aahuHd to be helped. Mar- ways anxious to dodge a creditor. l. Orbit, Mass and Gravity of the Planet Twin of Our World. Mercury is the nearest of known Football 'Games That Were Won planets to King Sol, but Venus comes next, and in eccentricity of solar orbit by a Tongue Lashing. an eccentricity having an average of about G7,200,000 miles is the least irA TALK THAT BEAT HARVARD. regular of the planets. The distance of Venus from our earth also varies, with an average or mean of about miles at her nearest, the averTrainer Mike Murphy Made the Ap age distance of Venus from our earth peal to Penn, and the Red and BtueJ Rose to the Occasion and to Victory. being approximately IGO.000,000 miles at her farthest A Dog Won a Game For Columbia. Queen Venus may be called the planWriting on football in the American et twin of our world, since her mean Magazine,' Edward Lyell Fox tells of diameter and that of our earth are football defeats that were turned into nearly equal. Nevertheless the differvictories by tongue lashing. He says: ence of some 200 miles in their diam"There are instances whereby coach- eters leaves Venus with about 0 es have won games all unbeknown to of the terrestrial volume. Venus' mass 0 the public. These are crises that have or weight approximates of 0 been faced in the dressing room be- j that of our planet, and, dividing tween the halves, with the team by we get which is stretched out dirty and bruised. Lash- Venus" den-it- y compared with the dened by coaches' tongues or stirred by sity of our earth. Venus' gravity ap0 the appeal personal, an apparently dis- proximates that of our planet, organized and defeated rabble often or. in other words, a terrestrial body becomes a steady but furious fighting weighing 100 pounds would weigh only eighty-tw-o pounds upon the surfnee of unit. 1903 Pennsylvania went to their Venus. "In Queen Venus exhibits phases like our dressing room after playing, a G to G first half with Harvard. The tie score moon, but possesses no moon herself. was misleading. Harvard had played She presents a bright and thickly the better football. They had ripped clouded appearance and has an atmosthe red and blue line to tatters. And phere which is estimated to be from to two times as dense Harvard would have crushed Pennsyl- one and one-havania if Mike Murphy, the veteran as our own. This beautiful planet was trainer, had not jumped upon a table seen, of course, by mankind in preand talked three minutes to the team. historic ages, but the earliest known record respecting her was in GSG B. C, Murphy, like Antony, was no orator. 'Do you want a lot of bean eaters a record engraved upon earthenware up there in Boston to crow over the now in possession of the British muhash their team made of you?' cried seum. New York Tribune. he. 'They'll turn that city inside out and on good Penn money at thatl MANSARD'S ROOF. Your friends 'llbe courtin' free lunch counters for weeks if you let those By It the Architect Won His Son's Life dubs get away vwith this! Myself it From Louis XIV. almost made me cry to see those big The great hall of the Hotel de Ville stiffs walk all over you.' (He gulped of Aries, designed by Mansard, is the noticeably.) 'Because I know how wonder and admiration of every one good you are. You weren't right that who has seen it on account of the half. You'll kill 'em now. You've got groined roof. to. Think of the crowd. And say, felIn regard to this a neighboring cafe-tie- r lows, if there's no mother, father, sistells a somewhat grim story.. King ter or girl up there watohin', just Louis XIV. happened to be passing think of me. fellows. Think of me. through the city just at the time Manthat takes care of you all. For I've sard was superintending the complegot the'con," boys.' tion of his creation. The roof was sup"He coughed, brushed his eyes with ported by a powerful pillar. The monthe back of his hand and faltered on: arch admired the work and congratu"'I won't be with you very much lated the architect on his design. At longer, and I want you to win this that moment the architect was passing game.' through great domestic tribulation. He "He finished speaking and stole away had a son under sentence of death, so without a word. There was no cheer- he thought it would be a good opporing; the men were thinking too hard. tunity to intercede on behalf, of the The next half Harvard found a differ- lad. ent Pennsylvania team, a team whose Mansard threw himself at the feet of emotions were keyed up to such a pitch the king and said: "Your majesty sees that their Gerce football has never in the center that massive column? If since been seen on Franklin field. Har- you will spare the life of my son I vard was dazed, swept away and bea- will remove the unsightly pillar, and tenbecause a man spoke. the roof shall stand without support." "Another remarkable turning of a "Mansard," replied the king, "if you game between the halves occurred at accomplish that miracle I will pardon Ithaca in 1905. Cornell led Columbia your son, but 'if you fail I will hang by G to 0 when the teams returned to you with him." the dressing rooms. Columbia had not The architect removed the pillar recovered from a wearing game with without great difficulty and with the Princeton the week before. Many of result desired. The cafetier is a phithe men were overtrained. There was losopher, and he concludes his story a distinct feeling of the hopelessness with the reflection that had not Manof it all when the players lay down sard's son been a scamp the hall 'at upon the floor and benches. Only Bill, Aries would be just like any other hall. a white bull terrier mascot, showed London Globe. signs of liveliness. It was cold in the dressing" room, and a trainer shook the Rise and Fall of Peter Lycle. ashes in the stove. He used a poker, The Tripoli of the early nineteenth the end of which became red hot century could boast of a fleet. And When finally he laid down the metal more, the fleet could boast of an admirod the red whitened, but the heat re- ral hailing from Scotland. Peter Lycle mained. Bill, deciding that the poker was his name. When he arrived at was to be played with like a stick, Tripoli m 1794 he was mere mate of caught the heated end in his mouth. an English vessel. But a nature avaInstantly bis lips seared and turned ricious asserted itself. He plundered black. Bill only shookthe poker hard- part of the ship's cargo, was suspected er. Two men grabbed him and tried and took refuge in the castle. There to force him to open his mouth. But began his real career. He turned MosBill fought back, and finally they had lem, married irrelative of the reigning to choke him before he would loosen pasha, and in time became lord high his grip. It was then that Coach Mor-le- admiral of 4he fleet. His ambitions nudged Captain Fisher and point- did not stop even here. lie did not ed to the dog. Catching the idea. Fish- stick to his fleet. He embarked on a er sprang to his feet and built up a course of piracy, distinguished himself speech around Bill. He compared Bill's and made enemies. Ills standing benerve to the team's and asked the came' undermined. "Poor Peter," commen if they were not ashamed of them- mented an old time traveler, "was no selves. His, closing sentence was. longer an object of consideration with any party." London Globe. 'Just play for Bill. Bill, Bilir "When Columbia returned to the field. Bill, yelping furiously, led the way. Climatic Variation. All through the half the team heard There is plenty of evidence going to him barking from the side lines. Said show that the "climate of North AmerVon Saltza, the big tackle, after the ica was much warmer than it is now." game. 'We heard every yelp, and it The remains of the now extinct mammoth, for inst:.m-e- . which are 'Aund simply drove us. "Also Bill's yelping was so good that m over tfca continent, and especially in the northern part thereof, prove that a Columbia won out, 12 to.G." Very often. Mr. Fox declares, the tropical-clim- ate prevailed here at a ability of one man to kick has deter- very recent date, geologically speaking. mined the outcome of the game. He There, are., of 'course, other evidences. but tbe't3liuclusion to be drawn from writes: "In 1907. Minnesota and Wisconsin ths .mamnioth ;is enough to convince us played 17 to 17. The match has been mm wuere'Tue temperate (or colder) ballyhooed 'the most sensational ever climate .now is there once prevailed a seen.' That it ended in a tie was be- hot climateT such as the now extinct cause of Capron. He saved Minneso- monsters luxuriated in for centuries. ta. He kicked three goafs from the field. The game began with a bewilGot Her Rattled. Manageress (to customer in tea room, dering series of rushes, end runs forward passes. The score leap- about to lighta'cigarj No smoking iq to Wisconsin 12. Minnesota 5. Here here, sir, please. Customer But you've ed Capron began to kick. Standing on got "Smoking Room" on the door the thirty yard line, be drove the ball there. Manageress That is the door between, the posts. Wisconsin's lead of the next room. sir. Customer ihen was reduced to three points. Again, what's it doing In here? London yard line. Punch. ' this time from the forty-fiv- e Capron sent the ball sailing true. MinFeminine Conversation. nesota led 13 to 12. The first half Blobbs Women talk about nothing ended,' however, witnWlsconsin swinging back into the lead. A touchdown but their dress. Slobbs Oh, I don't came after' a succession of end runs. know! It seems to me I've heard some The score was Wisconsin 17, Minne- of them talk about their hats' Philasota 13. Id the second half the teams delphia. Record. steadied down and played 'close footMyrtifyinf Cllqwy. ball.' No More core were likely. "Just thea the train eatwfed a; long in the closing minutes Capron seat Bat yard a kick twisting;" from the forty-lir- e ' "tm, and Jack" score Use. It cleared the, bar, and-.tb"Ne, dMi't; tfe stupwr "1 Sz- vwas tied. Wisconsin had the better t-- ' chMfe.." had Capron." t team; Mbweeota r 23,-700,0- 00 92-1082-10- I Woodson Lewis I The great Green River Merchan-dis- e - S2-10- Distributor, has just Received a Magnificent stock of New Fall clothing, Shoes &c. Which he 92-10- 0. S9-10- 0, is offering at Popular prices. S2-10- 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. $6.25 4.75 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl lf Second Pat. 4.25 Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It willjpay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. I Have a Full Stock of Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop ofjwheat and pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? Satisfaction Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS GREENSBURG, KY. fflH!!!!!!!H!!in!!!H!!!!!!!!m!!m!!!!n!!!!!1!!!l!!)!K A Lot Of Nerve. y What is monumental Well, without giving the matter much investigation we should answerthat it is when a patron of mail order houses solicits subscriptions of local merchants to help rebuild a barn destroyed by fire upon which he carried no insurance. Also When he requests a card of thanks in local papers which he has never patronized. Danville Messenger. who believe in s hereafter. Lebanon Enterprise. gall? Or one of those fellows, who never spent a cent with the home paper in his life, to kick and complain that the local news-paphas nothing in it any way, and that he does not care for such a sheet. He is about the first man to drop into the barber shop and ask if the News Journal is out." er , ,' If you are troubled with chronic stipation, the mild and gentle effect of. Or a party going into a newspap- - chamberIaintS Tablets makesthem CJ er office that he never patroniz- - pecially suited to your case. For sale I and-tripl- e 1 e I r .,v v -- V - a r. -- ,"$ - y Al' ",'' ," s - y' or four yeara subscription, writes' If we were a dressmaker we you to change his address and would work .only on pay trains, savs in his letter that he enjoys j It usually takes more than one the paper so mucn ne couldn't swallow of Honor to.makp n possibly live without! it, and when feel like a bird ' . you send a statement he replies When a man falls offjfi he never subscribed for the pa- water wagon he can .sympathize per and can't understand why you with the chap who falls outr:of ashould expect him to pay for it. balloon, r We have had instances of the Bat most people who .dbth kind, but not often, for practic- rfclrttiiMi; at the right tiW ally all Entftrprisrn subscribers tin a krtiaf money they sever people are 7hont, God-- f earin I ed in his life with a lengthy ad- - b Pau11 Dru& vertisement looking for a"freel Wise and Otherwise. rnlnniTi".in urhioh tr Viqvp t mill- lished. t We had an experience f kind last week, but there Cold cash maiceg-- an of that excelnt ville, hofc weather eomortm was nothing doing.-She- lby n Sentinel. . Money talks bufc .fc doesn Or a person who owing three , stutter when it gets tight, CoI " - i - gt - t -- it im I X e . -- T . ! 0- --, . the-adair-coumtyIu- ews S VW 7' Jffc ' Notwithstanding ?the downTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS pour of rain, thousands of people Published Every Wednesday were in Frankfort 'last. Tuesday BY THE to witness thefinaug&ration 'of -Adair County News Company, i i IT : '" - '. .- - I JL 1 Governor McCreary. Men stood 13 m W in the drenching rain for hours and listened tolspeeches and the EDITOR. taking of the oath of office. In CHAS. S. HARRIS his address the Governor told Democratic newspaper devoted to the in4r terest of the City of Columbia and the people his hearers that he would do Adair and adjacent counties. every thing in his power to carry into effect party platform &; For the next 10 days we will make special priEntered at the Columbia as ., class mail matter. pledges. The people want the ces on all our. Men's and Boys' Clothing and Overmain principles of the platform coats to reduce our stock before the first of the year. iWED. DEC, 20. 1911, enacted into laws.Kand we beWe also have a full line of as good Shoes as lieve the legislators wilLnot go PREMATURE. back on theirconstituents. The the market affords for Men, Women, Boys and Girls, way for a party to be successthat we will sell at a reasonable figure. n news- ful in the futurelis to fulfill its Argus, the r We have in stock a nice line of Furniture and paper correspondent, a Dem promises. i. Clocks. ocrat, writing from Frankfort to theLouisville:Herald,thedayaf-- i The redistricting Committee AH Calicos at 5c per yard ter the inauguration, gives the has made a partial report. In it names of two gentlemen who Adair is taken out of the 29th Remember we give with each $25.00 CASH ,Vr a judgment, Judicial districted put in the " purchase a nice Clock or will, according to his Rocker worth $2.50 be sure be in the running for Governor 11th, Thurman's district. Adair and call on us when in town. three years hence Harry A. is also taken out of the Eleventh Sommers, Hardin county, and Congressionalfdistrict, and put in , James Garnett, the Attorney the FQurth. ThelCommittee will report on the Senatorial and LegGeneral elect, of Adair county. The reHe also stated that Lawrence B. islative districts Finn, of Simpson county, and J. port of the Committee makes the iPI W. Newman, ofWoodford coun- Eleventh and Tenth Congressionty, were prospective candidates. al districts reliably Republican. y The other nine Democratic. He spoke in the most terms of all four of the gentlemen, closing his article as There are three announced candidates for Judge of the r follows: ADDITIONAL LOCALS. "Jim" Garnett, for such he is Court of Appeals to fill out the known to his;intimates, has all ' unexpired term of Judge E. C. I. L. U. Election. the necessary qualifications, and O'Rear William Lewis, of Lonwhat is more, he has a world of don, Robt. Winn, of Mt. Ster- At a regular meeting of the Columfriends. He is ambitious, and it ling, and M. J. Kerke, of Martin. bia Camp International Liberty Union of the World held on Tuesday night may be he will make such a repThe district is Republican, and December 13, 1911, the following utation as Attorney General as to officers were elected for the ensuing be'the next Democratic candidate the nomination is equivalent to year. for Governor. Sommers, Gar- election. Robt. Winn will fill the Fred McLean, P. nett, Finn andJNewman, all good position by appointment until the Clent Smith S. U. P. "You could travel around the world with me and you V. Sullivan R. & C. C, & H. men keep an eye on them! , election, a year hence. . James G. Eubnnk R.' ' couldn't get any more useful presents than you can buy Mr. Garnett will on Januarv M. S. Rasner; T, from the Reed Hardware Co." H. C. Wolford, B. 1st, 1912, become Attorney Gen- -' Hon. Ben Johnson, Congress-eral G. Raener, C. for a term of four years. man from the Fourth district, T. C. Jones, A. C, Rayo Library Lamps Durham Duplex Razors He will, during that period, give introduced a bill last week, inG. M. Wilson, 1. Perfecyon Smokeless Oil Heaters Ruberset Shaving Brushes to the State hislJentire time and creasing Hon. Geo. Nell's pension Alvin Sinclair, Q. & R. ' Geo. Jesse, C. Rochester Nickel Plated Ware Enterprise Food Cutters the best of his ability, and we ' to fifty dollars per month. Thi g Will Jones, R. Wearever Aluminum Ware Cole's Original Air Tight Stoves Clay Wolford, R. doubt not he will faithfully dis- - is a meritorious bill, and our Thistle Enameled Ware Stevens Shot Guns and Rifles the duties of that respon-- , pie highly appreciate the efforts Mr. N. M. Tutt, of this plage,- - has Rogers "1847" Silver Plated Ware Blue Grass Tools sible office to the satisfaction of made by the Fourth district Con been appointed a "Colonel" on Gover"Trimble Table Cutlery staff, his Commission Diamond Edge Tools the people. Mr. Garnett is in no gressman in the interest of one nor McCreary's here the first of the having reached Primble Pocket Cutlery Disturber Alarm Clocks, sense a candidate for Gubernato- - of our citizens, week. The appointment was a surprise to Mr. Tutt, but as the position is rial honors, four years hence, a mark of honor, it was highly appreWe also have a large assortment of TOYS. but he would be ungrateful if he The National Republican ciated. Mr. Tutt does not expect to do Make us a visit when doing your Christmas to appreciate the kindjvention win meet in Chicago, any fighting, but would take pleasure be18- The National com- - in commanding a regiment should it Shopping words saidiof him by the . come necessary to eo to the front His papers of the State. His friends , mittee, fixing the time and place, real choice nowever is to remain with in this nart of the State also an- - met n Washington, D. C, last; the boys in the trenches and do all the REED HARDWARE CO. goa ne can Ior tne " preciate the compliment, and Tuesday. Mr. Taft had com-- ; congratulate the people on hav- plete control. The Democratic It is hoped that Columbia will exCommittee will meet in Washing- perience a dry Christmas, not only that ing the services of so capable an weather may be Attorney General. This is not ton, January 8, and name the the goods or the effects delightful, but of using same, wet Pla9e and time for their national may be conspicuously absent from the the time to talk about candidates community. It is out of all character for Governor in 1915. Let us convention. I to indulgence in the use of strong keep our eyes on the Legislature, Jlclped The Orphan's Home. drink while celebrating the birth of a On the second page of this pa- X4 , risen Savior and see that the pledges made we pubhsh an art.cte from Friday morning, December 15th, tothe people in the party plat- A Terrible Blunder. H" A" Sommers' there was a collection taken at the edltor ,of Lindsey-Wilso- n School form are redeemed. We canas-- i do thp Fjlizahflfch town News, on the To neglect liver trouble. Never on Graded School fftr the benefit of the Orphan's Home. . The Sum of S3. 85 sure tne people jhat Mr. Garnett it. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills A Safe Place to Put Your Children promises of the Democratic par- the first sign of constipation, bilious- was realized. The money was sent to will make an honest effort to see vir x ty. The author has the interest ness or inactive bowls and prevent gall George L. Sehon, Superintendent of m jaundice or Courses: that every pledge made in the indigestion, Home, Louisville, Ky. ulent the of his party at heart, and has stones. They regulate liver, stomach i platform, on which he was elect-.eMusic $3.00 Preparatory $3.25 laid down the only course for the and bowels and build up your health. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rowe are now is redeemed. Expression... 3.00 3.25 Normal residents of Columbia and Only 25c at Paull Drug Co. next Legislature to pursue. situated in their home, near the Art Business .5.00 Graded School building. Pianos fot.Sale. 'Gov. Jas. B. McCreary has an Spring Term Begins Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1912 pension bill The dollar-a-dapublic vi, unprecedented record as a Enter the first day. Any delay means Hogs For Sale. 1 represent a. fuiclass piano and passed the House last Tuesday. servant. Twice inaugurated Loss to you. Write for Catalogue The vote 'being 229 for and 92 organ manuiacturmg esiaDiisnment. Five regestered Duroc Jersey pigs i Instruments onlexliibitiorf.at my resiGovernor of Kentucky, served 'f. against. The bill should it be- dence in Columbia, j Tf ."youwant a fine for sale. R. P. Browning, Milltown, & Neilson & Moss" his county in the Legislature, Columbia, Kentucky. will take from the instrument at s bargain, call and see Ky. come law, me. was Speaker of the House, filled J. B. Russell." Mr. Marvin Young, the JTreasury $45,000,000 ,to $75,000,-00- 0 several terips in Congress, and 'Sambo, a faithful dog that) went to grocer, who has been out of business annually. and from school with Miss PeacLBxad-shaw- , for several months, has again embarkwas a United States Senator and died last Saturday night. It was ed in business and is occupying the But a member of'an important ComThe Georgia Democratic State a great loss to the family, as he was a ler store, just vacated by the Paull Drug Single Comb White Leghorns. Pure Preaching Next Sunday. Co. He has a cleah stock of grocries mission, the last position requir j Gommittee has decided to hold a faithful protector bred white Leghorn cockerels for sale and ' and wishes ail his old'friends to call ing him to go abroad. In all his presidential primary election iJrii " Rev. J. R. Crawford, Columbia. at50 andocta each. " Des Moines manthad' an attack , of see hunt Eld. Z. T. Williams, Columbia. ytr "Mrs. Jno. N. Conover. i muftcalar ihematam iiwhls, shouMef. MTeraarkable political career, not or to June22.j .Rev. .TWWeklon, Tabor, 11 a. m. ' 'Hot A friend advised'sklni o go and Columbia 7 p. m. The steady rana last week pat all ffli disreputable act was ever expenseof L Springa-t- - That meaJD, 5 .i'sKhV the water courses in the county past f'l ,laidtfiis door. .When young Any person having c'aims against the fording. . Russell's One'&hana i'aw'mijrwithnewcar-.'S!nAtwImanhemadea brillianta Gover-- 1 creek was out of its A Office Phone 194 estate of J.'D. Absher, deceased, wiir banks. ' cheaper way to cure It and quicker and :m "fej i '. xh&vn liwTnnKU vr' Tii ,preeent same properly proVen to c. ' found it in Gnamherlain's Cinimen! jst-xrikpzl it m csz&a-inor, .and although the shades of t a Bora, te the wife of Ckarley Ban15. Thr& dayfter:the fiwstpplieat - of 4i, hj j m T t i .. 'i4Xr- ' 9cwrf vi&rreninf are now upon him, Utm 1t 'jov iama rnia TTniiHsnir RfwB.wuttJ7Xuc.aie4U ner, December 12n a tea pound daughthis S. H. AWfter, Admr. ' vJ . v? ' t lgirtftrfi Dentist er. aarafo -'rJMBd k as clear as a bJl, and he .ir f ' --,i '.: ?w U W!ffiRf ; I.akjww in my aew'tftee efbueweee -- Z' Cofurhbiei; - Ky. J? lam repeat what he did in' the The News wiU lie pvUiehed se day with a clew steekC Call sad see m. J fcussell BttiMlH rivwr imd krieaext .. jktik... &p .ol to youth, .so to 'speak. bos are ruiHf .. . i, Incorporated. ) -- SPECIAL NOTICE -- I Post-offi- ce sec-a- d m , weU-know- I X to-da- y. Paffeson & Denney. compli-mentar- k. j AAAAAAAAAAAA 4 aaaaaaaaaaaaa A Tip From Santa Claus 4 ! , -- -- i peo-char- ge I 4 ! t Con-fail- ed news-i111-"1- 16 " ! """" 4 4 A V I j Q444"Q4"Q"Q"fr V 444444444 3Ni v 4 4 4 .... P. xS$x I Training l i - d, y 1 6-- 3t - well-know- n I "" ! lA. T k 1 I J' -- Dr. Tj&5. Srhif h v v m. ra ttiiL. "-- mebe-iore.D- a 1 " - - si-ari,- v.-.;,- ,- M j dir. iTS IS . o-- 2t ir . j--- t tz-j-L-i- L Vx-.L- n... j-- -- vv - - t.- u r-', - ? 'L "",- lK' lH fi I W & y4 n THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS i v Seasons Last Reduction On Coat Suits V' We .have put our Entire Stock of Ladies and Misses Coat Suits in two Classes, and have made prices that must close them "out by ', Jan. 1st. CLASS 1 Contains a handsome lot of Suits in Upto date Cloths and CoIorsall Size's., Former Prices on these Suits run from $15.00 to $22.50 THIS SALE PRICE $11.98. FURS! FURS! Several nice Fur Capes and Scarfs that must go at once. Get in early on this sale and se you at the Prices. THIS SALE PRICES IS $9.98. We have sold the Same Suits this season at $13.00 Is a collection x:lass 2 of Suits that will surprise to $16.50. r444"0"04"Q"Q"Q"0"Q"Q SANTACLAUS. cure the Pick of the lot. 4"Q6Q44ea4i We want the Little Folks to be at our store from 1 till 2 p. m. Saturday Dec. 23rd to make their wants known to SANTA CLAUS. This Distinguished Old Man will be at Our Store afthe hour mentioned above and is very anxious to meet all the Children, III RUSSELL & CO V - Commissiorer,s Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. Sandusky & Co. Plaintiff, vs Mrs, T. C, Davidson, is visiting h er R. B. Wilson&&c. Defts. parents, near Liberty, W. C. Grider &c Plaintiff, vs spent a day of last R. B Wilson &c Defts. Mr. Fred Hill week in Campbellsvllle. & Farmers Bank & Mr. F. F. Ceoper, of Cooper, Wayne Bank of Columbia Plairiliff county, was here Friday, vs Miss Sallie Diddle, spent last week R. B. Wilson. &c Defts. By virture of a Judgment and order with relatives in Columbia. of sale of the Adair Circuit Court, Miss Laura Herriford is visiting her rendered at the September Term, thereof, 1911, in the above styled consolidatsister injQarthridge, Tenn. ed actions for the sums of $770.37, to Mrs. W. F. Rowe, of Red Lick, was J. G. Sublett, 5.70, to Grider Morrison shopping in Columbia, Monday. & Co., ll3.44,to Sandusky & Co .$148,-0Dr. S. P Miller has been quite sick, to W. H. Johnson, $1096.16, to the confined to his bed, for the past ten Bank of Columbia and $1669 23, to Fardays. mers Bank Cane Valley, interest on the debts is counted and included to the TayMr. J. H. Hearron and wife, of county loth, day of Jan. 1912, the day of sale, lor couuty, visited in Adair and the further sum of 84.55, consolilast week. dated cost and probable cost of $15. Mrs. Easter Dohoney, who is 94 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the years, has been quite feeble for the Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Adair past week. County, Ky , to the highest bidder at Messrs. Alva and .To Bennett, who pnblic.auction, on the 15th day of have been living in Missouri, returned Jan. l)12, at one o'clock p. m.or thereabout, it being first day Circuit court Monday night. for said county, upon a credit of six Miss Mary Smith, who taught schoo months; the following described properat Keltner, has returned home, the ty, towit: A lot or tract of land and term having closed, the improvements thereon, situated and Mr. W. H. Jones and wife, who have ueing ip .ftuair county ivy., in or near been living in Oklahoma, returned to the town of Cane Valley, Ky., containCoburg last week. ing 11 acres. It being the same land and Susie K. Page, conveyed to said R. B. Wilson, by J. G. Misses Ada Feese CaneCallep, will spend the holidays in Sublett and on which said Wilsons residence is situated. Corbin and will leave on the 25th. Also two lots of land and the buildMrs Jennie Coffey and Mrs. Ellen ings and improvements thereon, situatWheat returned last week from a visit ed in the town of Cane Valley, Adair to Mrs, Lizzie Coffey, Campbellsville. County, Ky., and bounded as follows, Mr. Ethel Bryant, brother of Mr. towit: f Walker Bryant, who has been living in First Lot: Beginning at a stone on Illinois, returned to Co'umbia last the east side of the Columbia and Campbellsville turnpike road, and corweek. Mr. W. E, Stapp, who has been in ner to the Farmers Bank lot and Bank Tulsa.Okla, , for the past nine months, building and lot and lines, thence returned to Adair county last Friday Northeast 132 feet to a stone corner in said Wilson's line thence NoVthwest 56 nicrVit.. . iieectouie miaaie 01 tne road, to a . Neighbor Hatcher, the weh-kno- . , 1 stone in T. I. Smith's line, thence .I . with nmmavin mon ' nrac horn met hrinnu said Smith's line, Southwest, 139 V r: swollen streams interfered feet The j to a stone in the aforesaid turnpike his travels to a certain extent. road, thence with said turnDike road Mr. J. W. Richarcs and wife return- southeast 94 feet to the Beginning. ed from Omaha, Neb., last Friday Also a certain or tract parcel of land night. The general health of Mrs. containing 85 acres, lying in Adair Richards has greatly improved. County, Ky.,. and near Cane VslIey,Ky Mr. Eston Harris and two sisters, and on the Greensburg road known Misses Alvertee and Dellie, of Russell as the Jeff Bumgarner farm and county, visited the family of Mr. H. now owned by the defendant, K. B. McBeath before the latter left for Wilson For a more complete description , Boyle county. of above described lands reference is, Mr. T. R. Stults and his son, Mr. made to the judgment and order and Ewing Stults, have contracted with the. pleadings in the above styled action. For the purchase price, purchaser Continental Fire Insurance Company, with approved surety or sureties, must y to open an office at and will leave execute bond bearing legal interest Lancaster, Ky. from day of sale until paid, and having Mr. Theodore Mc Far land, merchant atfeowena, was here Friday. On his the force and effect"of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply return fte was accompanied byv his with these terms. Dec. 18, 1911. daughter, .Miss Halile. who is in thp and who went home W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, A. C. C. for the holidaps, i PERSONAL J iSJiM!iPPPl!iIiS!iiliSiSl!iSiS!ii!Si9i!iSiM Guns And Ammunition 3, t ! 3 v Cook Stoves and Heaters Saddles, Harness, etc. K 1 ''.! The Jeffries Hardware Sfors. lilliSiSilillMliSWIilSililiSiSilSiiiSiSiliiiSiSiSiiilili' the Plaintiff, A. R. Sullivan, for the purchase price due six months after Q. P. SMYTHE Pursuant to a judgment of the Adair date with interest at 6 per cent., per Circuit Court rendered at its September annum from dste until paid, and having for term, 1911, in favor of A. R Sullivan the force and effect of a judgment. A. D. Patteson SAC Plaintiff, against J. C. Sullivan DeFIRE INSURANCE fendant, for the sum of ($274.36) Two and hundred and seventy-fou- r dollars, and Week of Prayer Program. thirty-sicents, with interest there on REAL' ESTATE at 6 per cent., per annum, from the The past0rs have agreed on the pro-- , 22nd day of September, 1911, until tgramprinted below for the week of paid and the cost of said action, amount- seryices and th y earnestly ing to the sum of ($47.80) I as Sheriff j Willie Powell, who lives in the Joppa, a the that M far as Adair county Ky.. will, on Saturday, j mefnbers of tbe churches jake an ef neighborhood, had the misfortune to December 23rd 1911 at 1 o'clock p. m. thus hd to fotward cut his foot very badly several weeks fort to attend or there about, at the late residence of the interests o the Kingdom and to ago, disabling him so he could not work. me ueieuuam., i. j. oumvan, in saiu promote a deeper spiritual life in the His neighbors came to his rescue, did counts', sell at public outcry, to the community. his work and aided him in. many ways. highest and best bidder, on a credit of The services will be held at seven For this kindness Mr. Powell is prothree months, the following personal o'clock each evening. foundly thankful, and hopes that he property, or a sufficiency thereof to pay Sunday, Dec. 31st, at the Methodist may live to repay the many good and the above judgment and costs, viz: One thoughtful deeds. ' bay horse mule, 7 years old, one bay church, a union rallly looking forward week of prayer services. Adhorse 10 years old and 15 hands high, to the Mr. A. D. Patterson, sheriff of Adair one red cow and calf; 2 white yearling dresses by the pastors. county, left last Thursday morning for Monday, Jan. 1st, at the Presbytercalves; about 1203 feet of lumber; one Leitchfield, Grayson county, having in ian church. , wagon: one buggy; interest in a charge Wm. Kelley, who was arrested wheat drill; one corn drill; 2 turning Theme, personal faithfulness'. Rev. in this county by Oliver Willis, one of plows, and about 40 bushels of wheat. J, W. Weldon and G- Paul Smythe Tuesday, Jan. 2nd, at the- - Method- - Mr. Patterson's deputies, a bench war- The Durchoser will hp remiirpd f.n py trant having been sent from Gravson. church. ecute bond, with approved security, for Kelley is charged with an assault, haveme "the church of Christ. Rev. the purchase price of said -- persona ing struck an old man in the head, who property, payable to the Plaintiff, A. R. i J g- - Crawford and Dr. U. L Taylor, Wednesday, Jan. 3rd, at the Baptist has not recovered from the lick. mnnffc Sullivan Hiip th f See the many toys at W.L Wilson's. and Dearing interest from date until church. Theme, "foreign Missions. Rev. Z. paid. If necessary to satisfy said Judgment, I will ab the same time and T. Williams and Judge H. C, Baker. See the Cantata at Methodist Church, ' Thursday. Jan. 4th, at the Christian this '(Wednesday) evening place, atpublic outcry, and to the xiuren highest and best bidder, sell on a credit Theme, "home Missions. Rev. D. For Sale. ; of six menths, a tract of land, or a sufH; Howerton and Prof. Paul W. Moss. ficiency thereof to satisfy said judg- ment and costs, situated on Long creek; ..Friday, Jan 5th at the Presbyterian, sow pigs and one Kz Aabill and Prof. in said county, and bounder) as follows:, church. Rev-'bar weight about 80 pounds, price & viz: on the North by the lands , of H. J."EvFarris. .3,r Uach...- . W. S. Sallee C. James, on the South by the landsof Saturdsy, Jan. Gthtthe Baptisf NOTICE. 5-- 3t x I . Home for Sale. On Monday, Jan I, 1912, at the court house door in Co umbia. I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, the hcu3e recently built by Lewis Hall in suburbs of Columbia, being a five room houe on 2J acre lot All necessary outbuildings and conveniences, includign good barn and building on Glasgow road, formerly used as tin shop, that may be used as G- - P. Smythe, Agt. store house, 7--2t ',. ... 1 A Popular Couple Wed.- - to-da- Last Thursday morning, at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. NonwPat-tesoCampbellsville, Miss Lena Mr. Omer L. Goode. were happily married, Rev. A G. Link performing the ceremony. Soon after the rites were solemnized the couple left on a bridal tour, to be absent two weeks. Tne bride is one of Campbellsville's best young women, and is a sister of Mrs. Lizzie Coffey, a former resident of Columbia. n The groom is a traveling salesman, a fine gentleman, a son . of Mr- - Mc. C. Goode, a native of Adair county. n, Pafc-teson-a- nd well-know- Lind-ey-W.ilso- n, nfr 1 i All tbe Churches in Columbia are making preprations to entertain their 'Sunday-schooduring the holidays. ls Regular Appointments. F. Breeding, will preach each month as follows: Hopewell, first Sunday. Providence, second"gunday. Jamestown, fourth Sunday. fRev, C. rain uteMethodist rally and social, billed for last Thursday ' evening, had to be postponed On account of i You will find that druggists every-wher- e ments. They make a very suitable speak well of Chamberlain's "Christmas present. Call and see thein Cough Remedy. They know from long Geo. E. Wilson. experience in the sale of it that in cases of coughs and colds it can always be The Baptist Sunday School entertain depended upon, and that it is pleasant mentwill be Saturday evening at 6:30 and safe to' take. For sale by Paull instead of Monday Bight. ', Drug Co. I have a nice line of Bibles aod Testa- ThomasW ,Coffey, ij land of d widow-RoWtsonr'an- r'rthe East AS mA. hvH f ,W . OToah hv thilinrfnf Th'nm'a'Pyffowai'' containing about 300 "acres, ana'Dngthe same lands upon which" jTcrSuI livan formerly lived, tbe purchaser of said land will be required to execute bond withapproved security payable to - on" the" Lightning Kills Pew. In 1906 lightning killed only 169 peo-pi- e in this whole country. One's' chances of death by lightning are less than two in a million. The chance of death-froliver, kidney or stomach trouble is vastly greater, but not if jecmc enters roe used, as Robert Madsen, of West Burlington, fa., proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of sufferingfrom virulent liver trouble and yellow, jaundice He was then completeley cured by Electric Bitters, They're the best stomach', WVfchnnTarliamwnfc 4. liver, nerve and kidney remedy .and Mrs. Allen Eubank, the beloved wife s- - '" blood purifier on earth. Only 50cat of Mr. John C. Eubank, died at Cane lJ fc vs. Valfey Monday jnight., A sketch of PauU Drug Co. arrangement .could be, k iUke i be tamed' o her life will be published 'later. the There will be a sale.at the late frome "clock m t,afteraooHtheeeriert of Mr. S. R. Walker, at Nail- - VM H Atthatfcour rt x too dark to A general line of Christmas . "" supplies Wedaeeday, tke lOtk day in Jmarv at W. H. Witoon'i. lt 1 ow aa --aa" ewewftere in tfeie ? to work m Five-Biirkshire W. " v -- 1 'tncigkU,aM --- ?' f A J K, s 1 1 -- .. . r 1." e . : m- - .&& :- v r .i" r a C , TVFV" gbrijsxsK jagaa' - 3&aaE wsf HE'ADAIh CPUNTY NEWS LAXATIVE SENT FREE TO TRY It may be taken for granted that there is no family that does not sometime need a laxative. If you don't know of a good laxative, or the laxative you are using is losing its effect, ive "want to call your attention to Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of families are using successfully. .We have scores of letters from mothers, and scores from prominent men saying they are using it personally and giving it to their families, men like Mr. C. K. Smith of the Traffic Clearing House, Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mr. George B. Turner, a lawyer of Harlan, ly. The thousands of mothers who use it themselves and give it to their children would take too much space to mention. The reason they prefer Syrup Pep-Ji- n gentle laxa is that it is ild, FEAR AS A MALADY L & N. Time Card -- k ip i 15. r -- ? Fa: 5 Syrup Pepsin. You can buy a fifty cent or one Persons Otherwise Strong Mentally May Develop a Dread of Open or dollar bottle of any druggist, but beClosed Places, of Crowds, of Solitude fore doing so you may want to try it free. If so, send your address to Dr. and, In Fact, of Anything. Caldwell and he will promptly forEear as a disease had not received ward a free sample bottle. Then, being convinced, do as others are doing serious attention until recent years. and buy it in the regular way of your Now it is recognized by the medical favorite druggist. profession that there is a whole list of For the free sample address Dr. W. phobias, as they .are called, which are B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, quite distinct from a normal and legitiMonticello, 111. mate condition of fear due to some natural cause. Thus there is the fear of open or closed places, says the Medical Record, fear of high places, fear of men or women, fear of crowds and of solitudes, fear of animals, fear of insects, fear of darkness, fear of accidents, fear of fire, fear of travel and, In fact, fear of anything. There is uo end to the absurdity of acts which may be occasioned by these persistent ideas of fear. Those that possess the fear of riding on a HUOJ1ES . train find no pleasure in traveling; copapjiNY those that have fear of closed places BLINDS. do not enjoy going to church and generally always sit near the door ready to fly .aVthe first sign of danger. Door House Wholesale Various fears may also develop In in .connectiop with the occupation of the patient for instance, barbers some( Send your orders to us for prompt shipment times suffer these attacks whenever ,v arid good goods. H We appreciate them. they see a razor, or telegraphers when ; they catch sight of their instruments, which finally necessitates giving up the occupation. Among women especially there oc4 LOUISVILLEJKY. INCORPORATED curs the fear of dirt, contagion or infection. The countless bacteria always present in the air are the chief source of annoyance. The patients are always complaining of bad air and are always throwing open the windows. Books are especially avoided as a posU. G. HARDVKCX, Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Sec J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. sible source of contagion. In patients with fear of injury they will throw away all needles in the house or they will no more wash windows for fear that the glass might break and cut them. -- ESTABLISHED INCORPORATED 1889- I86I The intellect in these cases is not only undisturbed, but may be unusually good. Patients exhibit throughout a prononced feeling of mental illness DEALERS IN and frequently a clear insight into the morbidity of the individual symptoms. SAW The more common of the various phobias as classified by Beard are as 1301 TffiRTeeNTft-Mftl- N. follows: Claustrophobia, fear of narrow or closed places; agoraphobia, fear of open places; astraphobia, fear E?4aa of lightning; monophobia, fear of bej yM ing alone; pathophobia, fear of disease; mysophobia, fear of contaminati&lW 'S" tion; siderodromophobia, fear of railPMiWiA. iJixsa,. road travel; acrophobia, fear of being . rovrFtiff "" rjr Sheet Iron and Tank Work ivar&v- at a height or looking over precipices; thanatophobia, fear of death. U R& !., It is to be emphasized that the pho ' ?'; 1st'. . ..:. ' v? - ., t.L . fzi .X bias in question are not normal fears, based, as normal or natural fears are. on some reasonable justifying expeJOBBING WORK SOLICITED rience. A reasonable and justifiable normal fear of lightning might arise All Kinds of Machinery Repaired after the experience of having been at some time In a house struck by light ning. Other fqrs. such as the fear of riding in a buggy after having been in a proper return for the victory we runaway or the fear of a voyage at The County Unit won on account of it.lt has has sea or railway after a frightful shipwreck or railway accident, is a more been a "plague on both our or less natural or reasonable fear, as The News was the first paper hoodoos and ghosts is in the State to urge the Demo houses" ever since it made its ap- the fear ofsuperstitious or those acamong the cratic State convention to declare pearance in politics. It cost the customed to ghost stories and tradi goblin visitation, etc. for the extension of the County Democrats the State election four tion of fears do not require a warped These Unit. We did so from two reasons years ago and elected a Repub- brain for their lodgment, though the weakened brain may be more vividly first, because we knew there was lican United States, Senator by a imnressed by them. To be regarded fears a tremendous sentiment in the Democratic Legislature, It OUght' as symptoms of disease these influ must be groundless so tar as State demanding it as a Consti- to be gotten out of the way, lest ences external to the brain are cona tutional right. Second, because it continues to do more harm and cerned. They must proceed fromnot morbid state of 'the brain and we knew its acceptance would the only wayto dispose of it is to from properly exciting external causes. be' fears peculiar to the put it out of the campaign and pass it. It cannot be defeated ex- They must under peculiar circumIndividual force the fight between the par- cept by tremendous efforts upon stances of cerebral' disturbance and not fear common to ties on other matters where the the part of the liquor interests causes that naturally others and due to cause alarm and Democratic party would necessar- and it will cost, them dearly if frighten. -w that does hot gripe effective and yet so mild that babies can take it. " Its tonic ingredients invig- Physicians Now Recognize Many orate the body and strengthen the and Strange Phobias. stomach and bowel muscles so that they again do their work naturally. If you have been a victim of salts, pills and strong cathartics you will PHASES OF MORBID FRIGHT. discard them when you once use tive-ton- ic 7i REMEMBER THAT as kain No.27 No-23 7TC No. 79 No 21 In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1S08. SOUTH BOUND Lv. LouisvilleTI Ab. Lebaxok 7:00am 9:42kro 8:15am lOHUTam 5:05pm TAOi'.vm 8:00 pm lOtfOlpm No.93. . 630pm NORTH BOUND Lv.vLebanon Ae Lodisviixs ?:W(yn 5:48am 10:15 am 752am 430pm 6.55pm 628pm 8U5pm w is IN. Prain 0.78.-.- .. 0.24..... 0.28 So.22 Jfo. 92 5N The Adair County News Is Going To The 732am 92 10:151am Nos. MX and 93 arelSunday trains only. Vk! i WILMORE HOTEL viz Cash Basis V 'XX oadii, uuuio, LJiiuua, ; Mouldings, Columns t Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. Sash and the South. A MX And that Everybody who is Indebted for the 7K IN IN Table Good' Sample Roorae Feed Stable Reasonable Rates First-Clas- s Paper is Urged to Pay up within the next 7K GEftDYVILLe C. D. KY Few Weeks Sl IN Crenshaw SURGEON Largest : TR St Mr VETERINARY 7K 7K f-- L mhes CO., " The System will be Better for the Subscriber and also the Publisher We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al .. ready Large List TIN Nr IN gji--Kj- ,' j';i- - i TN Special Attnetin lo Eyes 7K VIZ X IN se Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED ON BURKSVILLE I 71 W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. S! 7K HUGKES'f RESIDENCE. STREET. K IN NV 3K IwmnwiGHTS f mACflirliSTs MLS Joseph Q IN H. Stone, w 1 Attoney-At-La- IN ENGINES. BOILERS, lid IN l GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS LOUISVILLE - Will practice in this andkadjoining counties. : K Jamstown, Kentucky, K Nl. SMOKESTACKS, K tm&w vti riA 1 3WSs--H5CI-- . r $1.50 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly 4d Why -- 4 -- In & SiK r?i?i'J! fc -- v ,; Not Nf TTn IN iaadsas:. NIX rN Courier Journal One Year Read IN IN The m Courier Louisville Times andQNews TN Journal? HENRY WATTERSQN IN 7i i -- $4-5- 0 SK . IN F NJ IN NI IN t Editor. We Can Furnish You ily gain votes. Its adoption by they undertake to do it. The peo- ' ) J? "S9' "'whiskey party," and the re turns would have told a different story on the night of the 7th of November. We could have had everything m the Democratic platform that was in it and left out but the County Unit and there wbuld have been an uphill fight from1 the start, kmnd a doubtful result in the end. . We merely recite these-- f acts to 'Jpointout the necessity of the iDamocratic Legislature redeem Aritf pledge to the people by -- the Covention was what caused ple are not going to submit to that thirty odd thouand majorty the domination of any interest. i for McCreary. If it had not If they are wise they will let this been adopted, the Democratic bill pass, for it will - then mean party would have been forced to the end of all legisla tion on the make a defensive campaign subject in Kentucky. E. town Sgainstthe charge tha$ it was the news. " 'imirig the Jaw, fo & is not only 'Vptadge fo the people, a In tropical countries the natives have many .unique' ways of catching mon- keys. One of them, as explained by a traveler, is tnisr xue nunters wuik about In short boots In sight of the monkeys. Then they take the boots A Few Seasonable Goods off. place some gum in the bottoms and leave them on the ground, withdrawing themselves to a great distance. Laxative Bromo Quinine (i Presently the monkeys come down " Laxative Tablets Singley from the trees and tryon the boots, and when the hunters, come after Hills Cascara Quinine them the boots stick to the feet Cold Tablets monkeys and they are unable to climb. Weeks Breajf a Saved His Wife's Life. little animals are Nyals ''My wife, would have been in her Thus the imitative captured. A. D. S. " ' " grave writes O. H, Brown, of ", ' '" Executive Ability. Rexal Muscadine,' Ala,, "if it had not been "You say Mr. Flubson has great exWampoles Wine? Cod Liver Oil T for Dr. King's New Discovery.' She ecutive ability ?" , was down in her bed, not able to get p "Yes." replied the cynical office- Scotts Emulsion , help. She had ai severe bronr holder. without " Cod Liver. Oil, Nyals "What makes you think so?" ,chial trouble and a dreadful cough 1 "Because he manages to hold a Job .Wine got her a bottle of Dr. King's New without being competent to do .any J, "" ton, Spir. Rexal Discovery, and she soon began to mend, kind of real jli" ttt t " Emulsion V t and was well in a short -- time. " InfalGirL Cute iA ", lible for coughs and colds,' its the most "How did' she rannnge to get so A.D. S, reliable remedy on earth for desperate many offers of nmrrlast?" , "She bad b'er picture taken with a lung trouble, hemorrhages, lagrippe,' frying pao in her naid." Birming- Vinol asthma, hay'feVer, croup ham r. Write-ui for Quotations of-th- e to-day- ," Monkeys and Gum. Everything In The Drug Line At'Lowest Cut Rate Prices as a Headliner Per Box 19c The Adair County News and the Weekly Courier-Journ- al loe 25c ,25c 25c ; 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- 00 Both One Year i For $1.50 "also givej liberal combination rate with Daily V w .Bottle. - Wcan J work."-Washing- and-whoo- iBr' - 4 -- - (to. . Otitis ."... ' "' Age-Heral- d. s GuarantetcTby Paull D rug,. Co. e 7 T" XV,. , Spend not ail w 4 V ' ? cr beUeve not CM. HAtL f ' pany, Louisville, Ky., for St free 'sample copy of edition t you desire, but be sure to 1.00 send your subscription order to this paper NOT to; the PHARMACY, Sixtn JefTersmKY. Courier Journal. LOUISVILLE, , ' ftr j-- It 100 89c 50c 83c 83c or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- .f K- -df "f ..-' i - I n J $ - ;1 v. Vs. - -- t m 1 - V l -- r THE ADAIR COUNT WEBSTER'S BLUE COATS. HAD V--" V IWS Kfe- - EjES,BUT SAW NOT. WITCHCRAFT IN SCOTLAND. i Then She Realized What It Really Meant to Be Blind. you, ever blind for an entire "Were evening of your life blind in the midst of a Jolly company who were sewing "You ar. welcome," says Mrs. Nora' Guffey, of Broken and chatting and didn't in the. least Arrow, OkIa.,'"to use my letter in any wayjrou want to, realize your, plight?" asked a socjal if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I nad worker recently. "That was what happened to me not long ago. and I pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phymust say 'it1 was. a most uncomfortable sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in 1 sympathize with perexperience.sons who have lost their sight now as better health than ever before, and that means much to me, I never did .before. because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of "You see, 1 went to call upon a different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped me young girl from my home town who is for a few days only." .being educated in a private institution for the blind near here. I had been to see her before, and so I was prepared for the. way her companions crowded about me, felt my clothes, my hands and my face and remarked everything I had on, saying, How becoming her hat is how pretty she looks I and so on. Nor was I surprised when my Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before takfriend conducted me through the classing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other rooms, pointing out the new work and displaying, some finejace work she had symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean started that morning, quite as though worse to follow, unless given quick treatment she could see it all. You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew "But on this visit, for the first time, what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness I was invited to stay for supper and spend the evening with the girls.' I and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard was delighted to accept the invitation to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it and enjoyed the meal, which was servCo., Chattanooga, Tenn.. ed by sighted waitresses in a well Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooea, Medicine book, "Home Treatment for Women," tent free. J 51 lighted dining room. But after that lor Special Instruction, and my experience came. We walked from the dining room into dim halls, and as we mounted the stairs to the sitting room we walked into utter darkness. CROCODILES IN WATER. Office 'Phone 40--5 Res. 'Phone 29. I began to envy my friend, who tripped lightly by my side, while I could Practically Invisible Themselves, They only grope my way awkwardly. Once See, Hean and Breathe. Dr. James Triplet! in the sitting room I felt for a chair The crocodiles are thoroughly aquat- and dropped into It. waiting for the ic in their habits, and their peculiar lights to be turned on. But the laughDentist. conformation enables them to attack ter and the chatter went on unconOFFICE, FRONT ROOMS IN and seize their prey unawares. Their cernedly about nip, and after a few JEFFRIES' BUILDING. nostrils, which lead by a long canal to minutes it dawnedupon me 'PHONE NO. 40, RING 3. lights JEFFRIES BLOCK the back part of their throats, their were not necessary in an that institution eyes and their ears, are placed on the KENTUCK) KENTUCKY COLUMBIA 1 OOLUMBIA. night; blind the sitting upper part of the head, so that when in for thewas noatdarker that those girls room for the water they can breathe, see and then than it had been all through the hear, while they are themselves pracbeautiful, sunny day I had enjoyed so tically invisible. When they dive their much. As my eyes grew a bit acnostrils and ears are closed by lids or customed to the darkness I could pervalves, and their eyes are covered by ceive the girls had drawn a transparent nictitating membrane. chairs that around mine and were their up busy They are further furnished with an ar- with embroidery and lace making as rangement which prevents the water they talked. from getting down their own throats "And for the rest of the evening I when they are holding large animals sat there trying not to let my blindunder the water to drown them. ness fret me, not to appear stupid The dentition of these reptiles is pe- when the girls, forgetful of my afflic-culiar. The teeth are sharp and con- tion, held up their work for my inspecical and are hollow at the base, and tion. That was the time I realized each tooth serves as the sheath of an- what it really is to be blind." New other, which will in time replace it. York Press. The tongue for notwithstanding the HENRYIWATTERSON, ancient belief the crocodile does posCivilization! ' sess a tongue is fleshy and,is attached A Japanese diplomatist is said to to the bottom of the mouth. And finalIs a National Newspaper, Democratic in exclaimed: "For 2.000 years we ly the lower jaw is hinged at the very have peace kept with the rest of the world back of the skull, thus giving the aniprints all the news without politics. and were known to it but by the marmal its extraordinary gape and also vels of our delicate ethereal fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 the peculiar appearance which caused the finely wrought productions art and our" the notion that it moved its upper jaw. ingenious handicrafts, and we ofwere you can get the WEEKLY a year, but accounted barbarians! But from the ' Bowing In 1780. COURIER-JOURN- AL day on which we made war on other Bowing in 1780 was quite a cerenations and killed many thousands of mony, judging from the rules for do- our once admit our adversaries you ing it properly, given in the Atlantic: claim to rank among at civilized nations." "If you bow to any one passing by On reading the foregoing in the Java do it in this manner: Raise the right Times we are reminded of Professor hand to your hat gracefully. Kenny's story of the shipwrecked marBOTH ONE YEAR "Put your forefinger as far as the iner, who ' at dawn came across a crown and your thumb under the gibbet and exclaimed. "Thank God, ?f brim, and then raise it from your head here is a sign of civilization!" London gracefully and easily. Globe. "Look at the person you bow to, and hold your body gently forward. A Clever Phrase. "Hold your left arm straight down In a small volume of humorous letat your side, neither drawing it for- ters and poems, one of these the clasw l ward or backward. sic "City of Prague." by the late Wil"Move the right leg, if the person liam Jeffrey Prowse. there occurs the goes by-- on the right side, and keep following footnote to the prefatory if you will give or send your order to this the other firm. memoir b Tom Hood, the editor of paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. "If the person goes by on the left Fun, referring to Prowse's apprentice side move the left leg and keep the connection with the Aylesbury News: right firm. "I find among his papers a rough copy "Let your body bo bowed moderateof verses for it about 'King Cliquot,' ly, not too much." dated 1855. which wind up with this Courier-Journ- al, couplet: The Troublesome Quail. "His courtiers found him out at last beneath the table sunk. "This quail is finely prepared, dear," said the young husband enthusiasti- Problematrbally pious, but Indubitably drunk. Courier-Journ- al, cally at tabic. "It is not every lad of twenty who "Oh. I'm so glad!" returned his decan pen as neat and smart a line as lighted wife: "1 was n'fraid you would last" London Chronicle. refuse to wt it after all the trouble that We can give you a combination cut I h:id with if." Pope's Initials. , "IlefHse to eat it? Nonsense! But or Sunday if you will write rate on Daily Alexander Pope was a victim of his wls-j- l trouble did you have with it. initials. After the publication of the doar?" this paper. one of the poet's enemies, "Well, .when I was. sliding it out of Dunciad who had suffered a severe trouncing the oven it slipped and went into the in the satire, declared that if you took coal scuttle, and then I had to chase initial letters of Pope's name and Towser over into the next yard before the added the final letter of his surname I could snatch it out of his mouth." you had his character. The "jest" National Magazine. caught on. and in 1128 appeared a pamphlet entitled "Pope Alexander's Wild Bees. Supremacy and Infallibility Exam-- , Wild bees gather the nectar most ined." "The frontispiece to this uow . freely in the buckwheat. They also forgotten pasquinade represented Pope will attack blossoms that the tame in the form of an a,pe. with his bead INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD bees ignore. The bee from the woods resting on his band, and his elbow doesn't seem to care for propagated placed upon a pile of his own works. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long flowers, nor will it enter any hive that ' how has been placed Taking Every Precaution. is our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights enticing the food for it, no matter more there. It is far In a state of convalescence a West and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. vicious than its cultivated brother. Philadelphia man became hungry. 58 INCH When his physician visited him the Recalling Tennyson. 50IHCM man said, "Doctor. I'm as hungry as a Sububs I say, Nexdore, those hens bear, 'but from what you tell me I1 of yours belong to the Maud breed, mustn't eat anything." don't they? Nexdore Never heard of "Quite correct." replied the physithe Maud breed. What gives you that cian, who is inclined to be somewhat idea? Sububs Because they are all absentminded. "and be sure, above ev26INCH .AflnAnnnnnAAftflnflnnnnnn tf&Jft the time coming into my garden. Philerything else, to chew It thoroughly." adelphia Ledger. -P- hiladelphia Times. Pains All Oyer! CA RDU I Womln'sTonie 64-pa- ge His Liking For the Color Came FrMI His Early Homespun Suits. Daniel Webster went to Dartmouth college in a homespun suit of which probably every thread was carded,-spuand woven by his mother's hand Irom thewoplvof their, own sheep. It was a dyed in the wool suit, and-- the. color was indigo blue.. . In the south butternut, was-- used; but. though the Yankee,, :damcs knew all about the uses of butternut bark and the subtle power for elate color that lay in the sumac berries and bark of white maple and,were not unacquainted with the various dyes that root and flower, bark and leaf could be made to yield through the agency of vitriol and alum and copperas to "set" r'them fast, the universal standby in New England was the blue pot, par excellence the "dye pot," that stood in the chimney corner of every kitchen in that region. So Webster was fitted out in indigo blue from collar to ankle. Before reaching Hanover there came on one of those drenching rains that wet a man totthe skin. The suit held its own, but it parted with enough dye to tinge Daniel blue from head to foot. Webster had a liberal stratum of sentiment in 'his mental makeup, and for some reason the color of his young manhood remained his favorite wear through life. He wore blue coats to his dying day. If any one ever saw him in one of a different color the fact has not been made of record. Exchange. - n - Br, (P. S, 2)unbar 2)enttst atrie Layng's Fate at the Hands f the Mob In 1705. That belief in witchcraft and brutal treatment of alleged witches once loomed large in Scotland is shown In Stewart Dick's "The Pageant of the Forth." In J705 Pittenweem gained unenviable notoriety from a series of prosecutions of old women, and the pamphleteers of the day were kept busy on both sides in defending and denouncing the action of the magistrates. The author says: "It seems that a blacksmith, one Patrick Morton, being taken ill, deFOR 1911 clared that he was bewitched, and on his Instigation a number of old women were thrown Into grisqai. Bullied BRIGHTER, BETTER,' by the magistrates and ministers of the town by day and tortured by their BIGGER THAN EVER guards by night, who never let them sleep, but kept them awake by prickTHE REGULAR PRICE OF ing them with pins, these miserable conold women were soon induced to fess anything. "One woman in particular, Beatrice THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Layng, had been singled out by Morton for ' his special vengeance. He said that she came asking him to IS A YEAR. make some nails for her. He, believing they were for some evil purpose, refused to do so, and she went off muttering imprecations. When he fell If YOU; WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE ill she was heard to say, He micht blame his ane tongue for his ill.' On TO US, YOU CAN GET this tissue of trivialities she was imprisoned, and practically under torture she acknowledged to the minis- THE ADAIR COUNTY ters and magistrates that she had made a wax image of Morton and stuck pins in it. NEWS "After a long period of judicial bullying she was set free or, in other words, handed over to the mob to AND work their will on her. Hanged on a rope between a ship and the shore, THE LOUISVILEE she was pelted with stones till half dead and finally pressed to death under a door. It seems that in those days no one was safe against the TIMES -- THE L0UISVJLLE TIMES $5.00 V wildest accusations which might be brought against him." SASH Probably BOTH ONE YEAR XPC'aXSSX WINDOWS. WEEKLY COURIER It JOURNAL Editor AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS n For $1.50 Yr I a Dutch Invention of the Seventeenth Century. The history of sash windows is someTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES is what obscure, but the probability is that they were a Dutch Invention and the best afternoon paper printed that they were introduced into England soon after the revolution of 1GSS. anywhere. The' derivation of the word "sash" in this sense is the Dutch "sas," a sluice--old Has the best corps of corresEnglish "sasse." In Queen Anne's reign they were yet so comparatively uncommon as to be mentioned as a pondents. , special feature of houses that were Covers the Kentucky field peradvertised as "to let." In the Tatler. 1710. for instance, No. 17S. May fectly. there is this advertisement: "To be lett. in Devonshire Square, Covers the general news field near Bishopsgate, a very good Brick House of 3 Rooms of a Floor, and a good Hall, with very good light and completely. dark Closets, the whole House being Has the best and fullest mar well wainscoted and sash'd with 30 Sash Lights, a very" pleasant and conkets reports. venient Office below Stairs," etc. From England they passed into DEMOCRATIC in politics, butt France, where the first to put them up was Marshal de Lorge at his new Speaking of fair to everybody. house at Montmartre. this. Lister in 1G99 writes in his "Journey to Paris:" "We had the good for- SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPtune here to find the marshal himself. He showed us his great sash windows, how easily they might be lifted up and TION RIGHT AWAY down and stood at any height, which contrivance, he said, he had out of England by a small model brought on TO THIS PAPER-Louisvil- le not to The purpose from thence, there being nothTimes. ing of this poise in windows' in France before." London Standard. 27-30. FOR ONLY $4.50. -- Daily' S6.00 Sunday Yr $2.00 Origin of a Postal Custom. The steamship Oregon was lost off Fire island on March 14. 18SG. She was rammed by a coastwise schooner, remaining afloat for half an hour, a time which made it possible to save every person aboard. When her mail was fished up and delivered the pieces were stamped with a statement that they had been in the wreck, the first instance of a practice which is now employed by direction of the international postal union. The credit for this simple device is believed to be due to Edward M. Morgan, at that time in a subordinate position in th'e New York postoffice. who foresaw that a few minutes work with a rubber stamp would foresjall an infinitude of complaint- - New York Sun. Eller. '. J. A. Bernard, is at Mont-pelie- r, this week buying staves. F. B. Simmons and wife, visited his brother W. J. Simmons at Effie Wednesday night. Mr. W. E. Falkenburg, Jamestown, was here Thursday. I. L. Hopper, Ono, was here last Saturday, Mr. Babe Conn, of Morrow, . I was at O. R. Poppewells ELL WOOD 26 WIRE FENCE v When Turkey Was Great. Turkey at her height was in posseswas a moving picture There sion of every famous city of the ancient world except Rome. She held show at our school house Friday-- ' by the sword Athens. Corinth. Sparta. night. . Grecian Thebes. Constantinople. The new church house at Clear Selucia. Ctesiphon. Babylon. Nineveh. Bagdad. Jerusalem. Damas- Spring, was dedicated last Sun- - , cus. Mecca. Medina. Alexandria. Cairo. Memphis. Egyptian Thebes and day. Rev. J. R. Grider did the Carthage. Some were in ruins, but preaching. the Turk was master where they had J. F. Hughe3, Russell Springs, . been. An-tioch. 4 VX'AAAAW "Doesn't your wife want the privilege of going to the polls and casting a ballot as an enlightened and responsible citizen?" "Yes." replied Mr. Growcher. "but she'd rather have a new hat" Washington Post A Frank Preference. .Mtsz.jaMxiiSL.-auLtjjeiSrSBtnmvLuaju- ELLWOOD FIELD HnwimiiwwM FWCPjf STANDARD STYLE) MADE M mm 'i i lailiifl iiMS SX HEIGHTS" miBwMiiwfi Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Considerate. "And what did the doctor say when the operation showed you did not have appendicitis?" "Oh, he offered to take. 10 per cent off his bill." Lippincott's. . DEALER BROS., 116 ;V- - East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. ; t Query. She There is one question in fashions which Is puzzling, me. He What is it?, She Do navy widows wear seaI weeds? Baltimore Americas. A I ' t "My. friend the architect has a hard job on his bands." "What's that?" "He has a rich customer who wants him to build an Italian vendetta around hep new cottage." Baltimore American. Nothing-i- s Her Idea of It. should say not. He reminds me of thnt little bill 1 owe him every time we meet London Telegraph. JoyousnesSf Harker Doesn't Cuttem. ' the tailor. remind you of a doctor? Parker I His Failing. f ing so, forcibleV nothing so moral. Landbr. I . t '. ...'-a- '... . VL so" grand as truth, noth- is1 need of Joyousnes good cheer in our words and looks and and demeanor it isI when we feel least like it and when others about us are most likely to be helped by it. ' If ever there was here on business Monday. Cyrus Wilson, was at Ono, several days this week sawing cross ties for T. L. Hopper. T. A. Bernard, J. E. Wilson and Elmer Wilson, all on Cumber- land river, making staves writing. 4 Mrs. J. E. Absher,. Russell- J Springs, was here Tuesday buy-- .; ing produce. . i Dunbar, merchMr.Herschtel ant at Eli, and Mr. J. W. Flanagan, of Caney Fork, were bers Friday. ,, . . at-thi- s it & - . - ' . .. I . .J ClWV"-.- ' ' Attfcn&fft; MIVT it it ?. -- , - x :iy&& msr ? : . i!" 7W rC- AtfS,-C-;'a7- 'ii :,-- avv , K 3 :? " fp .1 r if .;. i f vmi - iiy .v -- , s? ..s Grriyvik. i. H ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Wevhave had plenty of rain for, the past week. Our farmers are about all through stripping tobacco. Our mall failed to reach us from Edmonton last Thursday on account of high water, J. A. Diddle and Austin returned from 'Louisville -. s Wil-mo- re ORDER YOUR CLOTHES FROM US BY MAIL SAVE MONEY. AND We Handle None But the Best Our stocks are so large that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape from which to select: .and we make buying BY 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 : Tll PAY EXPRESS FALL ATTRACTIONS Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery Department Withfits wonderful selection cf the best that the market affords, offers Special attractive 'Bargains every day in the week. The Fall Line of Carpets-Linole- um last week. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flowers, at- tended the funeral of their broth-eMr. Milton Hill, r, Levy's Special Suits for Men at Knob at n Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs of Pants and all the Leading Lines of Makes, shopping at our store pleasant and profitable. Store. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Lick, last Sunday. Mrs. Phelps of Jame"stown. is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Simmons of our city at this time. Mr. W. L. Winters our efficient cashier is spending this week with his relatives at Gratts, Ky. Owing to the continued rain the Quarterly meeting at this place last Tuesday was not largely attendad but fine preaching by our new presiding elder. Messrs. Mitchell and Rose, the well-know- FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. OATAIvOC j IMWEJE. We issue a large illustrated catalog, which we send free on request. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. Railroad Fares Refunded Incorporated Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll get a prompt and satisfactory answer. And if anytning you Duy nere is not exactly what you want it may he returned and your MONEY will tie' immediately REFUNDED. Members Retail Merchants Association. 522 and 524 West Market St. at Certain Third and Times. A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. The BrigM Spot LEVY'S LOUISYII&E, Market. Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail n Tobacco firm of to- Keltner, were in this communi- ty last week loooking' after bacco. LUMBER All Kinds bf Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors andJBIinds Columbia, Cumber- - Kentucky. r. 4 5r fcH - ; e - gan, all rendering a helpful and Russell Spring. Remember the close of the a milk cow of a man on valuable service. All denomi- year the Sunday, that the child- land river for $30. Bro. Pearcy is holding a meetMr. Orvis Wolford, who has nations took an active part and ren of the Union Sunday School ing at Hays Chapel. will give some exercises. Every been in Texas and Ind., for the the church and entire communi. Several drummers are in cur ty are wonderfully revived. past six years is in on a visit. body invited to attend. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Mr. J. B. Wheat, sold a nice town this week. Mr. Elihu Collins, bought two Mr. and Mrs. James Hearon of FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commltsion. Wriia for price Our merchant are displaying One filley to Mr. Tom Selby, of Esto, .. Meadow creek, spent a day or yearling Alleys for. $175. ' list mentioning this ad. their holiday goods, making so visiting uncle Charlie 'Yates, from Mr. D. G. Grider, and the for $125. JOHN WHITE & CO, SSSSSSr. Miss Henrietta Clayton, visited trade very inviting. and his daughter Miss Ella. We other from Mr. E. C. Lawless, Preparations are being made were all'glad to meet them again Uncle Gilmore Burton, died friends in the Rockhouse Bot. for a Xmas entertainment and and talk of by gone lays. Mr. the 29th ult, and was buried at torn, several days of last week. Mrs.VIartietia Carter, is visit- - tree for the little ones of our The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al and Mrs. Hearon are looking this place the 30th. Pemp Sunday School. ' Mr. Cris Coffev and wife, of ing her brother. Mr well and their visits are always 8oth One Year for 1.50, Hayhes, this week, city. welcome to our Mr. Ewell Daughty of GlasIrvin, 111., are visiting their MrListon Lawless and wife, gow, was here this week. His Messrs. Nell Bro., put in, a friends here. Mv ............. Masnn rfipH rw - have gone to Indiana, to make sister Mrs. Pearcy, accompanied Arrtinr .....ww,, ...w.. rsolid week receiving tobacco. ' him home to visit her mother g their future home. From the appearance of the lst, and was buried in Mr. Perry of who is quite sick. McKinlev. loaded wagons on our streets day family grave yard near Se well- DR. H. W. DEPP, Dertist, by day, they have certainly town, the 2nd. She leaves a Sewelltown, has rented out his Hunters are busy we can hear Work Guaranteed Office over People's Bank. a large amount of the husband two small children, farm, and moved to Russell them from all .directions. Edmonton, Kentucky. weed this season, father, mother, and other Springs for the benefit of his Miss Lou Holt is very sick at health. There will be afnew telephone friends,the hmoe of Mr. Grider. Louisville last visited friends in Metcalf Co., a Mr. J. A. Phelps and wife, of line put in from this place to There is a protracted meeting We are informed there will be Pacre were in day or so of this week. business. 's Weed. When this line is com- in progress at Haye's Chapel, at Esto, visited at Mr. Stant a Drug Store in our town as the week on Mr. Oil Wilson, of Edmonton, Saturday night and at- building is rented and will soou pleted it will give us good con- present.. Miss Julia Penick closed her was here a day or so of this ' nection to Nell and. Edmonton. On Sunday Dec. 10, 1911, a tended services at Bethlehem be ready to serve the public. It scho1 at Hutchison school house week. The line will be put through at series of meeting which were in Sunday. is a much needed addition to our last Friday. She is quite pop Messrs. Coomer and Gowen, once, the promoters are men of progress at Bethleham church, ular with her pupils, and gaVe Rev. B. F. Vails, preaches at town. of this place, are making a nice push and business and we take conducted by Rev. D. T. Tarter, Popular Grove church, the 3rd, a fine treat. Miss Rose Grider's school closes them all lot of staves near Gradyville. it that the line will be completed the pastor, and assisted by Rev. Saturday and Sunday in each this week. Mrs. S. A. Murrell is visiting Mr. Thomas England, one of by the holidays. James Sullivan, closed after be- month, and at Mt. Vernon the The basket ball game paned the family of Mr. Albert Parson, our up to dste "merchant bought Mrs. Mary Walker our efficient ing in session for a period of nine- 4th. at Gradyville. off very quietly, with a victory a nice lot of turkeys a nd geese teacher, who has taught our teen days, w ith noble results. 22 D, G. Grider, bought a milk for the R, S. boys. We are sorry to state that Mrs. this week. f school for the past two years, professed their faith in Christ cow of Elihu Collins for$25. Eubank, who . has been in Mr. John Womack one of Rus- Jno. Mr. Dallas Firkin, sold his towill close the present term next and 17 united with the church, failing health for the past year, sell Springs lively merchants is a bacco to Coomer fchd Gowen, for Friday. We can say this in be- one being baptized by effusion Vester. is not expected to live but a few victim of neuralgia, confined to five cts per lb. half of Miss Mary that she comes and the remainder to be immers- days. She is the third daughter Last Sunday morning Dec. 10, the house and suffering intenseMessrs. James Gilpin and J. T. r, nearer pleasing every body than ,ed in the near future. It was at half past 10 o'clock, Miss ly. of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. .any teacher that ever taught a great meeting indeed, the and has been a good, Rose, were in Columbia last Lena Dooley and Mr, Leslie Mrs. Rounds and son, Luther, "Monday. here We have taken particular greatest that has been in this Shepherd, were united in mar-rag- e. visited in Columbia Wednesday quiet woman ail her life. notice and we have the first part of the country for quite a The groom ie a very in- and Thursday of last week. soarksville. Crocus. time to hear of any of her pupils while and perhaps the greatest dustrious young man, the bride Thpre has been so 'much rain or patrons say aught about that ever was held in this part. The health of this commuuity Mr. Eli Grant, has moved to is a very popular young lady, this week, news is very scarce. their teacher. If there has Bro. Tarter, delivered some is very good at this writing. his property at Glensfork. whohas many friends, and is ever been any trouble exeristing excellent sermons, for he is an Died on the 10 inst a. little son Mr. Luther Aaron, who has loved by both younc: and old. Cane Valley. jn this district with the teacher elequent speaker being a pos and will, be greatly missed by of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baker. been in Indiana, and Illinois, for and her pupils or the patrons it sessor of wonderful gifts Of orMrs. S.v G. Banks, who has The funeral was conducted by several months has returned the young folks. The ceremony has been kept from your repor- atory and a lecturer of spiritual was beautifully pronounced, by been quite sick for the past three Rev. T. J. Campbell, the remains home. We must say further that power and vehemence, while-hi- s ter. was laid to rest in the family Mr. Loren Collins, has typhoid Rev. Johnie Rice, in the pres weeks, is able to be out again. y amiable christian also is wife, our children have advanced rapid-lWilson7 sold to C. R. burying ground. R. B. fevers ence of a large circle of friends in all of their studies, and the worthy of mueh merit and praise Mrs. J. H. Preston, who has Dudgeon his store house on the The work on W. E. Huddle-ston- s, and relatives. We extend our impression that this good teacher for the is a noble woman and a new residence is 'getting; very deserv South side of the Bank, known been confined to her room for best wishes ceasless worker ihas made on our children eternity never tering and is better at this under headway and will be Coming cpuple, and, wish them a as the drug store, iast Thursday, several weeks ' for the Masters cause. We pre- long can only tell. writing. pleted by spring. and happy life. The bride for $400. dict grand results for Bro. and Mrs. T. F. Curry, visited Mrs. The entertainment giveri by is a correspondent of the News . We are glad to state that VesOwcnsby anywhere and Sister Tarter, England at Nell this week. the new Liberty school, was ter Murrell and son, Fred, who Sallie and has been for some time. everywhere they perchance to Mr. Dallas Firkin, attended greeted by a splendid audience, A! Generally speaking, the healthj oro. for they are. two '.as fiftei Mrs. Mahndia Cofer, who were shot some time agOiare out the spelling.at Breeding Thurs and it was hi$y appreciated by !, 6f'this:jS)mmunity is 'very good person aiJve'eVer ltlie;j)leii innvftd lash AiifrlE2fflh1wtft&1LT1 visitingi.t sfi ? w; 1" v 3i all, was, evidenced by hearty apMr., W. H. J.one.pa'nd ' family day night Mr. Robertjoger's wife and sure of meeting. Sociable kind Hiram Ccfer's, started for her The protracted meeting which plause, ad manyglowinsr tRiy TShherdrtwKbhave two.little.daughfcerSi .MiisMar- - and home, last vMon4iiir rV"1VJV Wi .?& ml? .WS two m given by thoie that oeen-miiwi saw.sp PfP has been this progress torclosed giuaridrMiss.'Ruth, of vGarlin,, are alwafc rxiiHN)eMaby r place has ii.'j-- . ats.f-Vi e K" 2k mTi witnessed tbe preformao. d to tfliMLDla.ce. weeks at iUd Mr.. Roger's mothtr Mrs. acquaintance,!ieJtsUvrUHKiu. 'KUme, Mi-- " JtSL? 'QtUmi .h- lastfIMMr . ay, with' the idea that withJ$verl proffiwons, and Mrs. AVillkrafTwdwjl has Rogers, recently.. , had charge oti tm MBKWNryice, fn lAffato fhiin-- lAn .WMth W "'"fPI JU mm.1 Iffi I be gruy vmjivi. ry lowwMtjpteil ftr- HTH6 AMxiHfeffl!&e.- fT,"M cEdK.jr tucky is th bat of; all. ran. Juka Long, late of Ucum, and there were fourat- diflmat .fi'iirR "I- -' or ,. oam:-rna- ...,, ..ti.A-.i- .... !KW KSr."."' " ' er is bttter at"th5r f Miwf Nancy Willi and Roger uMr. OiiePowfH, of tfcis plsce writmfc of.thkplc, purchased ladies who pretided - the : FURS AND HIDES i ( j i ..-- -.. PAINLESS Dentistry at PAINLESS Pricess to i pur-chas- ed j - Wool-bridge- Bum-garne- -- -- to-th- is -- o-; ,! lUli mCm:,Vi,1& - ? iti.rtiiuv:i yj&JJ.4W :! -- M - com-pKme- nts - 1. - ' -- i - sBS& x&u r i- i 5' a-12- . a .f 1 . w-ww- L. tiie-cwrc- 11 mr-iii- - MMf . - r- -- maktkuW;hv:ill - " ,t V --: "V . . ; ' '. r t . ' .. v; --- ' Sa,1 t - '"' . : '- 6 'I J K v it SI ' J xt - - .: !L