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Flowers, treasur erofthe town of Columbia, Ky., of amount of funds on hand belonging to 4 said town, and of amounts received and paid out by him upon orders issued by the Board of Trustees, of said town, from February 20th 1911, up to and in eluding Dec, 29, 1911. DISBURSEMENTS. P Willis, salary as Marsha Jan., and 14 days Feb , Geo. Coffey, St., Supt., 14 days February Rent of room for use of Board of Trustees H A Walker, bal., final settle-merock crusher F Sinclair, 26 loads of dirt Columbia Lighting Co., lights for February O nt $60 00 18 67 36 00 21 00 2 92 72 34 of the November election W Walker, 93 loads crushed rock S D Barbee, 137 sacks cement Sam Shreve, poll tax 1910 levy refunded W H Wilson, Sheriff Nov., election, 1911 V Sullivan, Judge Nov., election 1911 M C Winfrey, Sheriff Nov., election 1911 L C Winfrey, Judge Nov., election 19 1 L B Hurt, Assessor for 1011 W B Patteson, " Clk., Nov., election, 1911 J L McLean, Judge Nov., J Reached Jeff too Late. The following item appeared in the Louisville Evening Post last Thursday: T W. Dowel!, of Adair county. Ky., arrived in the citv last nicht. and was in consultation this morning with Prosecutor George C. Kopp and Capt. Mike Wall, Chief of Police, in the effort to find some way of punishing Albert Ed wards for running off with the former's daughter, Miss Theresa Dowell, to whom Edwards was married in Jeffer- 5onville, shortly before noon yesterday by Magistrate Oscar Hay. An affidavit was made by Carl Dawson that the girl was nineteen, but her father says she is "going on j fi4 teen." He would like to make a charge against Dawson of perjury, but was informed that the principals to the marriage would be equally guilty with Dawson, as each made affidavit to sirtilar effect. Mr Dowell said he did not know Dawson, but thought he was some fellow the others had picked up for the purpose of making the affidavit. If he could find him in Kentucky he could make a charge against him of enticing a female from her home, it was stated at police Btation Dawson was supposed to have accompanied the girl and Edwards from their home when the license was issued yesterday, and his word was taken as sufficient backing for the statement of the girl. The father, when he discover d the couple had eloped, notified the Louisville police, but apparently did not think of Jeffersonyille, and word concerning the pair came after they had been married. Mr. Dowell said he did not know where the couple went after Attendance Graded School. The Everlasttng Light. We would like to mention more in First of WeeK, Spring Term. Lindsey-Wilso- 106 95 62 90 1 50 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 25 00 2 00 election, Total 1911 2 00 $2876 70 RECEIPTS. $30 66 10 00 Below is given the names of eighty pupi s of the Graded School, who have not missed a day of the four months ending December 22nd, since enrolled. We have about as many more, whose names are hei-- given, that have missed only one or two days The averago daily attendance of the school this year is greater than last year. The enrollment will be greater this year than last We are striving hard to have regular attendance and good work frpm our pupils and our efforts are meeting with flattering success. We urge the parents to see that their children are present every day, for every day that a pupil misses is a handicap to him It makes work harder and finally causes loss of e detail the Christmas Cantata given at the Mejthodist church by the choir and other's Dec 2oth in order that those of the general public who were not there may have some idea of the unusually fine music treat they missed. We are the more pleased to mention it again since we have been able to get a program of the evening from Miss Crockett, and also since we have some reason to hope we may have the pleasure of listening to another one of these delightful cantatas Easter. This was about the finest combination of choruses, quartettes, duets and solos ever presented to the people of Columbia in the way of singing, whether secular or sacred. It was under the direction of Misses Crockett and organist and choir director at the Methodist church. The singers were Miss Milliken, Miss Crockett, Mrs. Rosenfield and Mrs. Russell, sopranos; Mrs. Wilson, Misses Myrtle Myres, Elsie Coy and Ollie Crockett, altos; Messrs. Montgomery, Vance and tenors; Messrs. Flowers, Moss, Barger, bassos; organist, Miss Alice Walker. The program was about as follows: No. i Introduction--orga- n voluntary. No. 2" Break fortlJinto joy" -- Bass solo and chorus. No. 3 "He shall feed His by Misses Milliken and Ollie Crockett, Messrs Moss and Flowers. No 4 " The People That Walked in Darkness"-Sopra- no solo and chorus for women's voices. No 5 "Thy Light is Come'.-Chor- us. No,6 "Bethlehem" Soprano solo by Miss Milliken with chorus accompai-men- t. Mil-like- n, Mul-linix, n just finished its first week of the Training School has J copying 9 pages of ordinances Geo. Coffey, services St, Supt., and work hands H A Walker, 118 perch crushed G Eubank, 41 53 Lieense H FfclAllen Show $20, J B Grant, license. $10 Prof Lebby, license 90 Paid by Citizens Bank from account Joe Coffey, Jr , Treas- urer rock 118 00 2 00 71 69 42 97 J J W Coy, protographing location Crenshaw accident Columbia LightingCo., lights in March Geo. Coffey, services April and money by him for work James Spears, services for self and team on street for month of April Columbia Lighting Co., lights for April J G Eubank, preparing tax re- R Hindman, rent Standard Oil Co., license Bal , on settlement with late 977 42 15 00 10 00 5 00 interest The first month of the new year began with several new pupils, and the prospects are that the attendance this month will be the best of any month of the school thus far. We thank you for you are givthe splendid ing, and ask that it continue. W M. Wilson, Principal THE GRADES, spring term, and we are glad to say that this has been one of the most fovorable openings in the history of that school. From the standpoint of boarders it has never had so many to come in the first week. In the earlier days in would already be filled past its capacity but with the present facilities it will be able to take care of all who shall come. With forty girls and sixty boys to come to meals at once, one maj imagine that there is even now something doing when the dinner bell rings. It should be a source of pride and satisfaction to every citizen of Columbia to know that Lindsey-Wilso- n is doing so well. Every new pupil who comes to town adds to its reputation, and we shouli do all in our power t make Columbia a fit place 'or a school of this characeer and then stand by it. Odd Fellows Install Officers. Columbia Lodge, I. O. O. F., installed the following officers last Thursday night, who will serve for one year. Treasurer, Taxes per Geo. Coffey, Collector Taxes for Geo. Coffey, collector by Geo. by Geo. by Geo. by Geo. by Geo. by Geo. by Geo. Coffey, Collector 3 15 16 13 28 143 2404 312 131 103 90 00 03 78 03 59 16 77 ceipts Geo. Coffey, Taxes Taxes Tazes 17 00 Taxes Taxes 72 24 Taxes Taxes 5 00 Coffey. Collector Coffey, Collector Coffey, Collector Coffey, Collector Coffey, Collector Coffey, Collector salary for May and 42 50 69 S9 Total RECAPITULATION. $4203 83 $4203 83 2876 70 $1327 13 help Columbia Lighting Co., lights for May Columbia Lighting Co., lights Total receipts Total disbursements Treas., their marriage. A Hero In R Lighthouse. for June " 70 85 Balance in hands J G Embank, services last 6 12 50 0 0o 50 CO 9 30 Jno. W. Floweis, Treas, The following is taken from the Louisville Tim6s: Elam Iluddleston, who escaped from the Edmonton jail in October, where he was serving out fines to the amount of $800 for the illegal sale of wbisky, was rounded up and again placed in jail at Edmonton. A f ter gaining his liberty, Huddleston went back to his home, but as he was known to be a desperate man he was not molested. Armed with a capias last night, Sheriff C. S. Harbison, accompanied by two deputies, went to Huddleston's home and surrounding the house, as ed. Huddleston to surrender. They were greeted by a shot from an upstairs Window, which came near getting the Sheriff All doors and windows were barricaded, but after a parley, Huddleston agreed to ssrrender if given protection." -- months to date Geo. Coffey, salary for June L C Winfrey, salary for past 6 months E G Shaw, loads dirt Geo. Coffey, services July W T Price, cost in case Board of Trustees vs O P Willis Columbia Lighting Co , lights 62 40 00 3 40 22 90 4 50 125 July James Spears, hauling, street work and tiling II A Walker, 125 perch rock James Spears, 9 hours work on 00 CO street Columbia Lighting Co , lights 17 days August Geo. Coffey, services street 2 For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, Mich., a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awful wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might have been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters had not prevented. "They cured me of kidney trouble and chills," he writes, "after 1 had taken other so called cures for years, without benefit and thev also improved my sight Now at sevenHIGH SCHOOL. r dyspepsia, ty, I am feeling Mary Vyers, Grace Conover. Susan indigestion, all stomach, liver and kidney troubles, they're without equal Try Miller, Dexter English, Martha Crawford, Smith Gill, Robert Summers, them Only SOcts. at Paull Drug Co. Bryan Garnett, Emmett Riggins, Avis Tupman, Mary Trlplett, Mary CrawRun Over by an Autbmoble. ford, George Han;ock, Nellie Tarter, fine-"Fo- Loren Dixon, Nell Smith, Lee Cravens, Bennie Deen, Mary Dixon, Joe Hutchison, Mary E. Hancock, James Shaw, Joe Shaw, James Frankum, Marie Ingram, Alice Jackman. Mildred Miller, Mabel Rosenbaum, Robert Myers, Annie Dean, Rollin English, Robert Hutchison, Virginia Smith, Mary Summers. Clifford VVolford, Fred Day-is- , Robert Neat. Frances Strange, Temperance Wolford, Corrine Breeding, Wallace Coffey, Horton Grissom, Nell Hancock, Frances Reed. Eva Walker, Henry Wilson, Mary Winfrey, Rachel Crawford. Gordon English, Willard Neat, Ada Neat, Vera Taylor, Ilerbert Shaw. Martha Grissom, Alonzo Sum mers, Olie Willis, John Lowe, Julia Miller, William Thompson, Alvin Lewis Henry Hancock, Anna Eubank, Bradley Tarter, Let'tia Paull, Shreve j avis, Anna Sinclair, Allene Montgomery, Bennie Judd, Ralph Garnett, Carrie Feese, Minnie Ingram, Margaret Lov-et- t, Virginia Coffey. Mary D Patteson, Bryan English, Mary Breeding, Ruth Crawford, Joe Long 40 85 40 00 Leonora Lowe, Mary Lucy Lowe. Richard Hubbard, who lives near Cane Valley, this county, was in Louisville latt week to sell his tobacco. In crossing the street at Fifth and Jefferson he was run over by an automobile. He was picked up and carried into a saloon and subsequently sent to St. 'oseph's Hospital At first it was thought that he was dangerously hurt, but later developments proved that he was only slightly injuied. Judge Walter P. Lincoln was driving the machine and he was the .first person to reach the injured man, and helped to nssist him to the hospital. Mr Hubbard will probably be at home by the time this Supt., Drops Dead. On Friday, the 29th ult., Jack Thompson, a well known traveling salesman, S D Crenshaw, settlement in full case Crenshaw vs., town of Columbia Geo Coffey, Street Superintendent and money paid L " Bo-m- ar 150.00 40 75 frightful Polar Winds Blow with terrific force at the far north and play havoc with the skin, James Spears, hauling rock etc. from cemetery to branch for sidewalk H Wilson, bldg concrete walk in front of cemetery S D Baribee, hauling 100 sacks W I ! chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklen's 289 50 Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled cement 15 00 for colds sores, also bums, boils, sores, J Z Pickett, work to date and uicers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only paper reaches its readers. witness fee in case O P Willis 25 cents at Paull Drug Co. vs., town of Columbia 11 53 W R Grissom, lbr , for side walk n 5 58 Mr. W. D. King, who is Who Preaches Next Sunday. Jas T Page, removing tree on in this and adjoining counties, has acWest side turn pike near cepted a position with the noted whole-sal- e . branch 2 CO Shoe firm, Murray, Dibbrel & Co., Columbia, Rev. J. R. Crawford, H C Wolford, wk , on cement Nashville, and he is now on the road. Columbia, Eld. Z. T. Williams. and amount paid Hawkins IS 00 The territory assigned Mr. King does Columbia Rev. J. W. Weldon. W R viyers, wk., on cement not interfere with Mr. John D. Lowe's Zion, Rev. D. H. Howerton. and amount paid hands 57 84 counties, Mr. Lowe has been a successColumbia Lighting Co , lights ful salesman for this firm for fifteen It is reported here that Wm.Hendrick September 75 17 years, and he will continue in his same son, a colored man, and boy named L C Winfrey, preparing 12 territory. Leonard Wooten got into trouble in the pages ordinances I 20 Flat Woods last Wednesday, the darkey S P iiller, elk., Nov. election Every body is in Sympathy with Mr. shooting five times at the boy. He 1910 2 00 Alonzo Neat, About ten days ago his then made his escape. The father of W D Frazier, lbr., for concrete 15 43 wife was adjudged of unsound mind and was here Thursday and the J H Young, 334 ft , bridge lbr., 5 00 sent to Lakeland. Last Thursday out boywarrant for the negro. swore a It is Geo. Coffey, services street morning his daughter, Miss Lura, was said that the trouble was over twenty Sapt.. and hnlp 42 30 before the court upon the same charge. cents which the darkey claimed that Geo. A. Smith, 74 leads gravel 7 40 She was also adjudged and sent to the the boy owed him. Neither one of the , Clint Smicn. bldg , sidewalk asylum. shots took effect. front E L Sinclair's property 126 60 i R G Chilson, tiling 1 24 We have received a number of letters The Campbellsville News Journal has W T Price, elk , fee in suit O P from our fri nds, enclosing their recalculated the number of miles Billie Willis vs.. Town Columbia 5 80 newal money for the year 1912. All J W Walker, 176 loads crushed the writers had nice expressions for Chapman, one of the stage drivers be 4 loads of rough rock rock, 206 40 The News, and we want to say to one tween Columbia and Campbellsville W R Myers, work and money and all that we appreciate their kind travels in a year. It foots up 12.520 paid out for work 43 65 words. We will endeavor to do our Curt Grady, the other stage driver, Chas Barbee, hauling 38 sacks best to give a newsy paper each week makes the same number of trips and of course makes the same number of of cement 5 70 during the year just begun. miles. W S Wilson, building crossing, well-know- 25 85 j causing red, rough or sore known all over Kentucky as the prince of good fellows, dropped dead while walking with a friend on the streets of Horse Cave. The deceased was fifty-foyears old and had been a traveling commercial man for more than thirty years. He had many friends in Columbia where he was He was jovial, a good story teller, the life of his associates. He was a member of the Christian Church and a Master Mason Peace to his memory by whose death the world has been made poorer. well-known. They had been elected and appointed at a previous meeting: G. R. Reed, Noble Grand. W. A. Coffey, Vice Grand. W. R Squires, R. Secretary. W. H. Sandusky, Treasurer. T. E. Jeffries, Chnfclain. P. H. Ingram, Conductor. Jo Sandusky, Inside Guard. N. B. Kelsay, Outside Guard. Dan Clark, R. S. to N. G. Frank Sandusky, L. S. to N. G. J. R. Garnett, R. S. to V. G. J. F. Patteson, L S. to V. G. No. 7 "Hail to the Lord's Anointed" John Sandusky, R. S. S. S. F. Eubank, L. S. S. No. 8 "The Virgin's olo by Mrs. Wilson with quarWill Commence Drilling. tette accompaniment. No. 9 "Room in My Hea'rt for Thee" -- Soprano and alto duet by Misses Mr. J. W. Huston, who has been loCrocKett and Milliken. cated in Columbia for nearly a year, No. 10 "A leluia"-Fi- nal and who will test the Cumberland counchorus. Of these there were two especially ty oil fields, will start a well near beautiful, the solo by Mrs. Wilson and Burkesville in loss than ten days. AH the soprano solo with women's voices. the machinery necessary for drilling, All the others ranged so close up to and a crew of hands, landed in Burkesthese, tho' that it is almost an injustice ville last Saturday. Mr. Ilustonisan to select any one or two numbers and old developer, been at the business for say they were best. Miss Crockett and twenty years. He has looked over the. Miss Milliken deserve great credit for field and is satisfied that oil in paying their perseverance in getting up so fine quantities can be found in Cumberland and appropriate a program of music at county. He says he has not gone over t at, the happiest of all seasons of the Adair county with the view of drilling ear, Christmas They request us in for oil, but in all probability it can be these col urns to thank all those outside found here, but he believes there is their own choir, who assisted them in natural gas in abundance, and some the singing, and especially to thank time in the near future he will Miss Alice Walker, who did her part some i;as wells He further says that if he is successful the country will open so well as organist. up, new enterprizes will be started, and the steam engine will soon be plowA Card of Thanks. ing througn this territory. Flock"-Quar-tette Lullaby"-Con-traltosd-il- l ur A good time to take out life insurance is at the beginning of the year. The best dividend paying company.per-fectl- y reliable, pays its loses promptly, and is never in letigation, is the old reliable Connecticut Mutual. See J E. Murrell. He will tell you what you will get and will not misrepresent a policy in order to secure your business. Mr. and Mr. A. H. Ballard entertained a company of young people last Friday evening. Refreshments were served and the hours delightfully spent. The following were present; John W. Flowers, Miss Ora Moss: Eris Barger, Miss Myrtle Myers; J. R. Garnett, Miss Mary Cartwright, ' Ray Flowers, Miss Lura Smith; Oris Hamilton, Miss Ruth Summers; Misses Elmer Page and Mary Miller. We have received a new map of Kentucky more completely compiled than the ones now in use . It came from the Attorny General's office, Frankfort, and we suppose that we are indebted to General Garnett for it. Thanks. Mr. W- - H Sandusky will build a cottage on the street leading to the Fair cement &c, Jim Spears, one day hauling Columbia Lighting Co , lights for October R ' Paull, 25 loads of gravel metery Association, a portion of their appropriation of taxes for this year H A Walker, making fill in front of his house Columbia Lighting Co., lights Sheriff A D. Patteson informs The News that he will be ready for circuit court when the bell rings, next Monday. 75 io For the last ten days he has had four 12 50 men riding, and every man wbo is wanted for his appearance before the Court will be nerved with a paper, if he 116 82 can be found in the county. 29 40 2 50 IOO Per Plate. io 00 68 14 for November Geo Coffey, service as street Supt., for Nor., Geo. Montgomery, 40 00 services as . Clk., Nov., electioa H Craven?, service as judge 2;00 Was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay in New Orleans in 1842 Mighty costly for those with stomach trouble or indigestion. To day people every where these use Dr. King's New Life Pills-fo- r troubles as well as liver, kidney- and Easy, Bafe.sure-Onlbowel disorders. 25 cts at Paull Drug Co. Supervisors has been in The Board of session for eight days, busily engaged, in looking over the tax list. We under-- ; Thomas S. James, wanted in Metcalfe s, generally, county, upon a serious chargemade by stand that the a young girl, was. caught in Missouri. valuation, in the judgment of the board, Officers left -- last week? to bring, him and tkat but few persons hare been back. ThoNews published the details raked, and some have been lowered. of the crime at the time it occurred. y tax-payer- Grounds. It will be located near the home of Mr. Jo Sandusky. Mr J F. Shaw has the contract. of the new elected ofIn giving a ficers of Columbia Lodge, iNo. 96, Free and Accepted Masons, last week, Che name of the Tyler, Mr. J. A Willis, was unintentionally omitted. lit Next Monday will be the opening of the Adair circuit court, and doubtless there. will be p large crowd in town," and perhaps a great deal of stockon the market. Mrs Sallie Farris and children wish A Reunion. to extend to their friends and neighbors their heartfelt thanks and appreciaThere was a reunion of the Feese tion for the many kindnesses shown.and expressions of sympathy during the family at the home of Mrs. Willis late illness of their deceased husband Hutchison Tuesday of last week. The following were present: Messrs. A.R. and father, H. R. Farris. Feese, H. C. Feese, J. C. Feese, G. R. Feese, A. H. Feese.Mrs. Bettie HutchiFire alarm was sounded from the residence of Mr. G. T. Rasner last son. Mr. J. P. Hutchison, wife and Monday morning abouc 1 o'clock. A son, Ira, and Miss Nina Smith were also large number of persons was soon at present. A sumptuous dinner was the scene. The fire was in the store spread and the day happily spent It room, caught from a fireplace. It was perhaps the first gathering of the wasextenguished before any damage family since the brothers and sisters had been Sustained. The people of Co- left their parental home, and doubtless lumbia are quick to go to a fire and many childhood stories were related. unless flams are in full headway, the Rev. J, R. Crawford's discourse last building where the burning is, is sure Sunday evening, abounded in in forma to be saved. tion. It was given out that he would The January term of the Adair cir- preach on the book Cenesis. Sunday cuit court generally brings a large night his theme was "In the Beginning crowd to Columbia, and if the day is God Created the Heavens and The discourse was of special favorable, fully one thousand people will be here next Monday, It will not interest and many in the audience went only be a day for court, but many will away wiser that they came. Each Sunbe here to make settlements. The day evening for several months Rev. books at the News office will be open Crawford's text wrll be taken in the all day and we request our friends to same book. Every night this week he will deliver evangelistic sermons. Miss call and advance their subscriptions Bess Holladay will lead the singWhile Adair county is law abiding, ing and every body is cordially invited. generally speaking, there are some fellows who need looking after, A card from Dr. J. H. Grady states and the grand jury should be diligent that he has removed from Stratford, during the days it will be in session. California, with h s son," Clarence, to It is the intention to select the best Porterville, sam State. He also says men to seryejon this jury, men who are that he will remain in the Golden State supposed to look after the best interest untiL.March, then go to Texas to see of the county, and no section of Adais his nieces and nephews, and from the should be overlooked. latter place he will come to Kentucky. He asks the News to notify Sir Isaac, Mr. John A. Diddle, has removed his and to say to him. "Get the gang ready family from Gradyville to Columbia. for a champion game of cynch." They 'are occupying the residence on The residence of Mr. C. C. Henson, Burkesville street known as the Dr. located on the Burkesville road, four Menzies' property. Mr Didcle is one of Adairs best citizen's and he has a miles from Columbia, was consumed by most excellent family. We are glad to fire, together with the most of its connumber them witbthe many excellent tents last Saturday afternoon. It caught from a defective flue. It was residents of Columbiay building and the loss is esa two thousand dollars. at It would be a good idea for farmers timated eight hundred. in thelcounty who' have mules to sell to .bring them to Columbia nxefr Monday. i Preaching at the Presbyterian church Evidently ther6 will he several buyers every evening,this week. here. the-Earth.- " un-rul- ey - two-stor- In-sura- vT V -- V ' I --- k. v 1 "U THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS cials in House and Senate to Olga. farmers afford them as well? whom the destinies of the sesWe are having plenty of rain A really good horse is never of a sion are in large measure comin this part of the country. Prune the tomato plants. pad color, but some colors, such mitted. has been dull, on acThe making of good hay is an as perfectly dappled grays, pure There is much work to be done; count of so much mud and rain. art. black s and blue roans, command much careful guidance will be Sheep are good stock to have better prices than others. needed to give shape and form Mr. Sidney Coffey and his daughter, Miss Pantha, of Ono, on the farm. It takes some grit to say "No,, to Democratic pledges. Get down have been visiting relatives in The cow test association is a when the butcher gets his eye on to work, gentlemen. 'Tis pergreat thing for any dairy locality. the nicest lamb you have the formance that counts. Louis- this part during Mrs. J. W. Blakey is quite sick Brood sows as well as cows one you wanted to save for your- ville Times. at this writing. should be selected for their milk- self but that very lamb will by Maple Hill. Mr. Hamer Kimbler is on the ing qualities. and by bring you a great deal sick list. The manure that washes away more than the meat man will give neighborhood is Sehool was out at Union chapel Health in this and i3 wasted represents an ac- you for it now if you keep it. very good at present. last Wednesday, and the county A sick cow is the hardest of all tual money loss. t Mr. Will A. Smith who has Superintendent gave us a resita-tio- n Milk is an excellent food for farm animals to treat, owing to been confined to his bed for the which was much appreciatthe young fowls, but requires her complex digestive appartus. weeks with ed by all. At the first signs of a derange- last three or four skill in feeding. lagrippe, is improving and his Mr. Estel Coffey, of One, It takes two years or more for ment the remedies should be ad- many friends hope to see him spent in this part. the white grub to reach maturity ministered in order to reach the seat of trouble by the time it will out soon. Mr. L. Q. Kimbler sold 4 pea from the egg. Mr. Ivan Bennett and wife fowls last week. The comb is as sure an indica- probably become serious. visited at Mr. H. T. Smith's last Mr. John B. Coffey and Miss tor of the health of the bird as Why Teddy Was Doomed. Sunday. Gracie Sherer, were quiety marthe tongue is of the person. Mr. Johnnie Stone, of High- ried last Sunday at the home of The Roosevelt Young pigs need perfectly dry land Park, was visiting his the bride, by Rev. Thomas Had-le.quarters, especially during the talk, which was more pronounced brothers, of near Cane Valley, in the presents of a few first weeks of their existence. during the recent meeting of the several days of last week. If in milking a part of the milk Republican national committee Mr. Rushin Karnes of Louis- friends and relatives, with Mr. Frank Helm and Miss Stella is bloody, stingy or unnatural in than at any time since the formville, as visiting his sister Mrs. Sherer as best man snd bride's appearance the whole should be er president's return from Arif ca maid. After eating a nice dinhas died down again- - And now Allie Smith last week. rejected. Mr. Jimmie Smith who has ner which was much enjoyed by report that this talk The March pullets are the ones comes the been on the sick list for some all, the bride and groom departed leadthat will begin to lay in Novenber was started by the old guard time is still confined to his room. for the home of the groom. The if they have been given proper ers among the committeemen for Mr. Owen Stone and family bride is the youngest daughter the purpose of frightening Mr. care. Taf t into allowing them to have visited at Mr. Ivan Bennett's of Mr. Allen Sherer who has A hay cap will shed a reasonbeen a widower for several control of the preliminaries of last Wednesday. ably heavy rain and keep the larRepublican convention Lee White, Coburg, spent a years. His children are now all ger part of the stack of hay from the next in Chicago. This control means a day or so in our community last married except one son, who is getting wet. somewhere in 30 years. Look big advantage to those who pos- Wednesdy. It i3 a great thing to know jus sess it, for with it goee the auout girls they need a cook. Misses Ida and Cordie Smith when a plant needs water. It is a thority to dictate seating arrangematter that requires close obser- ments, admissions, distribution near Columbia, visited their A North Missouri farmer whose cousin, Mrs. Lora Bennett, last hog was killed by a train, wrote vation. patronage and committee Wednesday night and Thursday. of to the company's claim agent for The very best kind of a pen for asignments; in short, it means Mr. Ivan Bennett and wife a settlement. He penned his comducklings is one that can be easi- control of the convention right are now occupying their new munication thus: "Dear Sir: My ly moved from one part of the up to the time o' balloting. home recently rented from John razor back strolled down your yard to another. The Roosevelt talk, according Stone. Mrs. Bennett who has track a week ago today. Your The condition of your neigh- to the best information, did not came down and bor's field makes llittle difference spring from the friends of the been in a very bad condition is twenty-nin- e to you, Your attention should be former president, but from his slowly improving and her many snuffed his life away. You can't friends will be glad to learn this blame me, the hog you see, slippcentered in your own. enemies. The plan was, by started through the cattle gate; so Old orchard can be renewed in ing this talk, to disconcert and report. Mr. Dunk Powell and wife, kindly pen a check for ten, the such a way as to produce good divide the Insurgents. Then, with fruit for the family while the new Mr. Taf t deserted by all except moved from Green, Qo. to the debt to liquidate." He received the following reply: Old twenty-nin- e orchard is coming on, Ithe southern postmaster dele- - farm owned by Mrs. Beard for came down the line and kill-e- d The silo enables the dairyman gates, a deadlock could be forc-t- o the year of 1912. We welcome your, hog we know, but razor keep more live stock on the ed, which could be broken at the them to our neighborhood. back on railroad tracks quite of same number of acres and at less proper time in iavor of a corn-co- st ten meet with woe.Therefore, my Wilsons Store. in feed and labor. promise candidate acceptable to friend, ws cannot send the check ' Shropshires are very hardy the old uard leaders The cake supper given by D. L. for which you pine. Just plant sheep, their wool brings a good As a result of these machina Wilson, Friday night Dec. 27th the dead, place o'er his head, price and they seem to be health- tions it has been stated, appar- was largely attended and enjoyed 'Here lies a foolish swine. ' " ier than some ot the other breeds. ently with some show of author- by all present. The prices given Vester. Naturally the cow that gives ity, that Mr. Taf t is so disgusted for the prettest girl present also thegreastest profit is the one with conditions within his party, for the best cake. The first in The health of this community that gives the most milk during that he may withdraw from the both instances was taken by is very good. the winter fcr milk is then high- race entirely. Miss Ruttie Bryant, of Roy, Ky. Mr. Bonnie Stapp and wife, est priced. Second by Miss Susie Bryant, Martha, who have been in Texas The Expected Happens. Never give drugs to a horse any of Gentry's Mill Ky. After sup- for about 27 years, came back to more than you would to a baby Expectation has not been dis per all enjoyed a social, after Kentucky to make their future unles he is downright sick. Shut, appointed. The Democratic cau- which twelve o'clock was ap home. They give their old ting off his feed will cure all min- cus nominations follows closely proaching. They all left tor their friends a cordial hand shake, all or ills. the predictions of the astute and homes, feeling like they had en- was glad to see them once more. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and Lena The size of the tile to be placed experiened gentlemen whose cap- joyed a delightful evening. Mr. Otho Bryant who has been Shepherd, were visiting their in a drain will depend upon the able handling of the recent camlength of the drain, the depth of paign was so largely responsible unable to go for twelve months, brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. the distance apart the drains are for its very gratifying success.-Fo- is thought to be getting along Junnie Bryant, last Saturday the most part they prefer to very well. night and Sunday. placed. Christmas times went off fine Mr. R. S. Bailey who has been The high grade draft horse, the do their work in a patient and poshere at this place, all seemed to ailing is better. product of a pure bred sire and a inconspicuous way, but they political-hab- it valuable good mare, has made one of the sess the Mr. D. L. --Wilson wishes to be enjoying Christmas fine. of getting there. most profitable industries upon thank his customers for the Mr. V B. Smythe and wife, B. Terrel, of In Mr. Claude patronage , they gave him this and children, spent last week the American farm. Trimble county, the House will last year, also will highly with her parents Mrs. S. J. Veal calves in hot weather will possess a presiding officer admirthe same this year. Give Dooley. grow better if kept during the equipped for that very reably Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smythe, him a chance and he will save day in a dark, cool stable, but sponsible office alike by temperwere visiting Mrs. S. J. Dooley the stable must be cleaned out ament and knowledge; pledged you money the year round. last Saturday night and Sunday. .and well ventilated. as he is, both by implication and It is now reported that be- Mr. Jim Powell and wife, were may cease laying if not by the spoken word, to the loyal, A hen cause we are going to fortify the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank rproperly fed before she usesup earnest and energetic support of Panama Canal, Great Britian Shepherd last Friday night. her stored energy, and it oc every plank in the Democratic will greatly increase the fortifiall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bryant, casionally happens that a hen platform, we may be very cer- cations of Jamaica, thus show- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie lies by overegg production. tain that it will in no degree ing that international disarma- Goodan last undav. If English farmers can afford suffer at his hands. ment is progressing in its well Miss Lizzie Dooley, was the taise pure-bre- d draft horses that Equally satisfactory and of like established way. Indianapolis pleasant guest of Miss Clarcie ar worth $500 for ordinary iarm- - good promise are those other offi News. Goodan last Sunday, Farm Notes. -.- !; .n..n4-?-mr- tttVt nnnnAff mil X-m- as X-ma- s. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shepherd, spent a few days of last week with their mother Mrs. S. J. Dooley. Mr. and Mr3. Charlie Sutton, were viaiting Mr. anJ Mrs Clem Burton last Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Junnie Bryant, were visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shepherd last Dead Man Sang at Furneral. We hear now and then of a man reading his own obituary in the papers, but it is rare thing for a dead man to sing at his own furneral, Pietro Ficco, a Thursday and Friday. Mr. Otis Shepherd, were visiting Mr. Chester Dooley last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. S. J. Dooley, was visiting her sister Mrs. Maggie Burton last Thursday night. Rowes X Roads. X-m- as y, i Christmas passed off very quietly in this corner of the eartn. If still rains nearly all the time. Last summer we prayed for rain, and now we are praying for it to quit until Christmas is over. Such prayers don't amount to much, so I think that we had better let the will of the will be done, and submit to it, then things will go better. I forgot John J. Turner's birthday dinner in my other letter. The day that John was 67 years old his good wife set him a fine dinner, and a few of us, his neighbors, went and had a good time. H. C. Gaines lost a good mare last week with colic. shoemaker and amateur musician had a, very great fondness for the phonograph and keept record of song. He was taken seriously ill. He realized that he could not recover, and being a poor man and unable to get up much of a funeral he requested that they use his phonograph to furnish the music. He picked out the "Angel's Serenade," and Gounod's "Ave Maria," sung by himself, and these were used and thus the dead man took an important part at his own funeral service. He instructed that his phonograph and 72 records, a number of them his own. should be sent to his mother in Italy.- - Ex. Put Heart Into Your Work. Do not look on your work as . a dull duty. If yon choose, you can Arthnr Selby's baby died a few days ago. It was three months old. This is five babies for them dead. It seems that luck is against them. Brothers Piercy, make it interesting. Throw your hart into it, master its meaning, trace out the causes and previous history.consider it in all its bearings, think how many even the humblest laborer may be benifit and there is scarcely one of your duties which we may not look to with enthusiasm. You will get to love your work; and if you do it with delight, you will do it easily, Even if at first you find this impossible, if for a time it seems mere rugery,this may be just what you require; it may be good like mountain air to brace up your character. A Aaron and McKinley, just closed a two weeks meeting at Hayes Chapel, with 13 additions to the Meth- j , r A thin sickly little man enter-Cain Hans, an old man, diededoneof the Stores in one of our sma11 towns recently and at Esto, December 22. , . ,.,. t,t:,, .i.u.uiut: cu,. a cunuiuun quietly seated himself on a con- itxiaa ttii: ceiuy venient chair. One of the clerks stays about the same. approached and asked if he wishRosey Selby was visiting at ed to purchase anything, 'Oh, Thomas Hadley's, Christmas. no," said the man. "I just dropMr. Sam Stephens, of Colum- ped in for few minutes." After bia, and Miss Flora Cook, of this half an hour had passed, the town were married in Columbia manager of the store, becoming December 21, 1911, by Dr. Bar-ge- r. curious, approached him and asked what could be done, for Mr. Lucien Leach and Mrs. him . 'Why noting that I know Lizzie McElroy were married at of," said the man, "You see I Thomas Hadley's, December the have nervous prostration and the 24th, 1911. doctor told me to stay in a quiet Mr. John B. Coffey and Miss place. Noticing that you do not Gracie Shearer were married at advertise, 1 thought this would Allen Shearer's, December the be about the quietest place I 24th, 1911. Thomas Hadley of- could find." Let me tell you it ficiated at these last two mar- was anything but quiet there riages. Now to you allI wish a for five minutes. The poor little long life .and much success. man found himself in the street May you all live to do good and wishing that he had landed on a be happy in this life, and then feather bed. But next week the throughout eternity, is my pray- store surprised itsself with a big dis play l ad " in the home er. I , odist church. Brother Craigg preached a great sermon at the Oak Grove church, the other night. Quiet Place. pa-pp- er. Sallie,' the wife of Newt Bryant, fell the other day and jvas badly hurt. Oliver Hadley and wife took " their Christmas here. Ada Bibee visited Rose Selby, Christmay day. Sam Stephenson and wife are visiting Papa Bill Coqk, .this week. Several years ago the American Consuls in China cautioned young menand women in the ap-precia- te , United States against going there with the hope of securing clerical or stenographic employment. Inquiries are again being received as to such openings and it is well to repeat the caution. i In the closing hourse of his administration Gov. Wilson issued a proclamation to the people of Kentucky granting free and full pardon to every officer and member of the Kentucky State Guard who was on duty during the "night rider" trouble. " For any every charge," growing out of their official acts. He specifies certain officers of the guard by names who were in Trigg, Todd, Christian and Lyon counties. Bridges built of wire twisted into candles, so common in our day, were unknown prior . to the year 1860. when they were invented by one Richard Lee: ;- - .i-MSC-'- r. - , l.'l - t&' tii i T. y ;. -- MW' M 1 HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS EXPERT A Case TESTIMONY. 3 miiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiihm, THE SERUM TREATMENT FOR Hog cholera is getting in its deadly Jddgo Hankford Cleverly Evaded tho ravages in a good many sections, and Law Against Suicide. a word about the serum treatment may Suicides often adopt" ingenious methTurn of the Tide. be welcome to some who live in secGeorg H. Earlc. the Philadelphia ods, but the art of the felo de se seems tions where the disease is spreading. financier, was not talking in Washington ing to have advanced materially durA number of state legislatures have set the centuries. The modern case of hlgbAoverhigh or rank finance. aside a fir d to cover the cost of the about a heavily insured broker who on a manufacture of the serum, the state . "There's a certain type of financier," feigned hunting trip stood barelegged said Mr. Earle, "who in his greed for in quagmire veterinary department mating the a for hours and willfully He berum and selling it to farmers of the wealth loses his humanity. contracted a fatal pneumonia is match state at cost. The Nebraska Agricul-ba- comes, in fact, a facsimile of Peter ed in cleverness by one 500 years old. tural college at Lincoln has recently Brown. "Peter Brown was a Conshohocken edThe following facts are well vouch issued a timely little bulletin on the for and Ho was delivering some tioned, says indeed were never quessubject, and the following data, while grocer. the Green Bag: Sir Wilgroceries in his wagon one morning taken from this publication, is of s liam nankford, a judge of the king's oral interest and would apply to any when he ran down and badly injured bench in the reigns of Edward III.. section. To secure a serum of uniform an old lady. The old lady sued him Henry IV.. Henry V. and Henry VI. quality it is necessary to mix the four and got big damages. "Well, a few months later Brown and sit the time of his death chief jusbleedings from each hog. then mix tice of England, was a man of melthose from a number of hogs and test was on his rounds again when he ancholy temperament. carefully before sending out. It has ran down and crippled an old gentlelie seoms to have contemplated sui-- ! been found that the serum costs --' man. The old gentleman also sued, cide the greater part of his long life, cents per cubic centimeter to make. and so large were the damages award- and during his later years the idea be-- ( generous jury that poor came while the dose recommended is twenty ed him by a a fixed purpose. The act was of Brown found himself actually on the peculiarly cubic centimeters per 100 pounds of verge serious consequence in those of ruin. hog and for pigs weighing less than days for tho reason that the law "One morning about this time treated it as a capital 100 pounds. On this basis the treatcrime. Tho of- Brown's young son rushed into the fender was buried ment for a hog weighing 30(33 pounds shop at the crossroads in great excitement would cost 1.20, which is an expense " 'Father,' he cried 'father, mother's j with a stake driven through his body, and all his goods and property were UU .1 UUK SCUIUIT Ul CMlLUlf JUSUUilUIC been run over by old Gobsa Golde's forfeited to tho crown, to tho utter $5 per hundredweight and particularly ,..,.. ninety horsepower touring car.' . ruin of his family. au iu luu cast; uj. vuiuuu:e pure ureu "The grocer's eyes filled with tears, Hankford made good use of his wits animals. The pamphlet in question suggests calling a qualified veterimrian at and in a voice tremulous with deep and succeeded hi accomplishing his purpose without incurring unonce on the appearanc.e of sickness re- feeling he exclaimed: '"Thank heaven, the luck's changed pleasant penalty. He gave either inopen sembling cholera in the herd, the killstructions to his gamekeeper, who had ing of a sick pig and ascertaining the at last!' 'Philadelphia Press. been troubled with poachers in the real character of the disease at once deer preserve, to challenge all tresby a postmortem examination. Unless Unconventionalities. "You mustn't mind my not asking passers in the future and to shoot to the disease is indicated the serum you to stay to dinner, Mrs. Happendin. kill if they would not stand and give should not be given, as it would render j the hog3 immune but three or four There's just about enough roast beef an account. One dark night he purposely crossed A FAIRLY BIG TREE. weeks. It is of no use to give a sick for our own family." "Yes, that's a beautiful diamond. tho keeper's path and upon challenge hog the treatment. Only well hogs The One McDougall Said Was Blown that have been exposed to cholera Jack, dear if it is a diamond. Let me made motions of resistance and escape. The faithful servant, failing to should receive the injection of serum. see the jeweler's bill for it, please." Down In Venezuela. "Hawkins, you oughtn't to let the recognize his master, followed instrucWalt McDougall, the caricaturist. Otherwise a lasting immunity will not was sitting in the Friars' club in New i result. Some hogs that have had the barber cut your hair so short It shows tion to the letter, as was expected of him, and Sir William fell dead in his York one night discussing everything germs in their systems several days the shape of your head." "You needn't have brought the book tracks. The whole truth of the affair In particular when the subject of big will likely die in spite of the treat trees came up. one of the party claim, ment. Where one cannot secure the back at all, Mrs. Luxmore; as soon as was common knowledge, but it was lng that he saw the stump of a red aid of a veterinary surgeon the farmer you borrowed it I sent out and bought impossible to establish a case of suicide by legal proof. The servant was large that 200 can treat the hogs himself provided he another copy." cedar in California Hank"Miggles worth, old chap, talk to me protected by his instructions. couple danced on it at the same time. , exercises the necessary precautions. n rtrr. pImti awhile, won't you? I'm troubled with ford had honorable burial, and his esThe horra should lie in "I grant you they have some big tate passed to those whose interests as trees In California," said McDougall. place at least twenty-fou- r hours be- insomnia." "Dear sir: In returning these sketches heirs he had so wisely considered. to this one. My uncle, who fore receiving the treatment In addi"but listen owns a very large ranch in Venezuela. tion to the serum, which should have to you we suggest that you quit trying to break into the magazines. See If went out one morning after a heavy been got direct from the state PRIMITIVE SURVEYING. you can't get a job In a sawmill." and found that a huge cot nary department, and one should have tonwood on the bank of the river had a ten cubic centimeter syringe, the hog Boers With the Fleetest Horses Got Had Hopes. mown down, the branches of which j to be treated should have the inside of the Biggest Farms. Owen Wistcr, in addition to being an ,were resting on the other side. He the thighs washed thoroughly with a According to a legend of Smithtown. also discovers! that 3,000 of his cattle 5 per cent solution of some good coal author, has acquired some celebrity as N. Y.. the township was originally were missing and on searching found tar dip, and the serum should be in- a wit He was being shaved in a St measured off by a primitive method. the missing stock on the other side of jected" deeply into the muscles, not Louis hotel on returning from a trip to The first settler was one Smith, who the river. An Investigation quickly over twenty cubic centimeters being the west some time ago, and the bar- bought from the Indians as much land followed, when they found to their put In one place. The serum may be ber, who was attending to his needs, as a bull could go around in a day surprise thai the tree was hollow, injected just under the skin of the ab- apparently had been out the night be- Now. Smith had a smart bull, trained which nfforded a bridge across the domen, but it is not so readily ab- fore. His hand was very shaky, and to carry him and to half trot and half several times tho author winced. lope at a rapid pace. That day the river, through which the cattle stray- sorbed. The bulletin above referred "Will you have anything on your face bull was up to the mark. By night he ed. After the men had succeeded in to does not to make driving the stock back through the point that should reference it, but a when I get through?" the barber in- had inclosed so much land that the be emphasized is tho quired when the ordeal was almost amazed Indians nicknamed its rider trunk of the tree it was found that i Wtednm rf ctoorin rlnnt- - tf cnmimc over. thirty-si- x Bull Smith. of the steers were missing. , advertised at a b in 1ce "I can't tell yet." mumbled Wister, This tradition has its counterpart Another vigorous search was made. ncnnnc!,Mr L u "but I hope to have part of my among the Boers of South Africa and where do you suppose we found Times. "!?d Pcept that furnished by the state Their "runs." as the farms of these them?" asked Walt "L Dutchmen are called, contain, general "Heayen knows," said the red cedar ly speaking, from 4,000 to G.000 acres, J man. "Where? Taken at His Word. S'I note that you do not appeal as ofof which only a few acres are under "They had strolled off In the hollow j' Small monuments of THAT DAY IN OCTOEER. ten as formerly to the plain sense of cultivation. branches of the tree," said McDougall. i stones piled up at certain points mark The poet Lowell has said of June, the common people." New York . "Then, "No," answered Senator Sorghum; the boundary lines. if ever, come perfect, days." The first settlers, knowing nothing True' but wbat f tbat dar in October "I'm afraid 1 overworked that figure of The Siss Congress. after tue first frost? Ifc began in a speech. I encouraged my constituents of surveying, measured off theli The regular sessions of the Swiss congress begins In June and December "rosy finSered dawn" dispelling a night to such an extent that they are dis- "runs" by horsepower. Having piled and last only about a month. Extra chill and developed into the molten. posed to rely on their plain sense in- up a lot of stones, the Boers would sessions are very rare. As one mem golden glow of a perfect autumn day, stead of on my advice." Washington start from them and ride In a straigh! line for half an hour as fast 'as theli ber remarked, the idea is to have aa The poplars, birches, maples, su-- , j Star. macs and Virginia creepers added their horses could carry them. much real legislation done among tw. or Halting, each rider would build an ' """" wirmvui " " Slow. people as possible, while the dutv of D"ity. The crow, the jay, the belated l "'I've heard it said he was a thought other beacon and again ride for hall the legislative bodies is officially to re an hour at right angles to his first line cord public sentiment as expeditiously j thatch, or chattering squirrel gave j reader," said her dearest friend. thQ oae loucu of life aluI souud to tho Then he would pile up another stont as possible. The proceedings of the "It's not true," she said bitterly. j pensive stillness of the splendid woods. beacon. Two more turns and an houi Swiss iwrfetntnro ir "How do you know?" t.mi.ir i,,t in fraSrant clusters and nuts GJ$pes esting to an American. Discuss "He has been calling on me twice . more of riding brought him back tc drPPnS of. their rie week for four months and hasn't yet his starting point inclosed within tlu "take 'place either in French, German irtr fiS ??ples of th mustered up courage to propose." Ally The square tract Italian, according to the IncIinctRto 0 ' Wht, wereltlmute, Wlt?s .prod two hours' ride and the four beacon? Rod Sloper. legislator addressintr Vhe house ?ea.s?n? the became his farm. Of course the Boel and a colloquy may Embody all three , in hand, the nearby placid pool, bear71 who owned the fleetest horse obtained A Simple Twist of the Wrist. languages. Formal readings are in reputed the largest tract of land. Harper'f who was USUaUy IB S ! thTtPUng fiy or minnow so"You know Jones,died the other day, Weekly. rich? Well, he ! tjonal Magazine. "L,a A swirl and tMe nerves and the only thing he- left was an old and the reel 'musical with the efforts Dutch clock." Nature's Only Timepiece. The Csil to Individuality. of the fish to gain its freedom. A bit There is no need for clocks on thf one "good thing about "Well, there's No man thinks his own thought: no later a snapping fire was blazing, and It it won't be much trouble to wind Aegean sea any day when the sun if man uses his own eyes; no man stauds a picnic lunch was spread and the up Heart Review. shining. There nature' has arrange! his estate."-43acr- ed upon his own feet; no man walks alone keen appe'"te of the human animal her only timepiece, one that does nol We go in flocks; we lean on others; we satisfied; at sunset, still of molten gold. vary though the centuries pass. Real Friendship. follow the multitudes Blindly; we bend i the return home through the peaceful time marker Is the largest sun Orator I thought your paper was our necks to the yoke of public opin woods, their brilliant leaves shed dial in the world. Projecting into tin ion; we have no self reliance. Tu j ding that mystic afterglow and.addj friendly to me? Editor So it is. What's blue waters of the sea is a large prom only virtue we have is conformirj lng moments to the day. Perfect days the matter? Orator I made a speech ontory. which, lifts its head 3.001, nt the Odd Fellows' dinner last night The demand of the age Is for mfu in June? Yes, and in October. and you didn't print a line of it Ed- feet above the waves. As the sun and women t.f character who are "self itorWell, what further proof do you swings round the pointed shadow of poised, self reliant, independent and TO TELL POISON IVY. the mountain just touches, one aftei want? Canadian Courier. self assertive. Society follows cus the other, a number of small Islands, A great many attractive things have toms and routine. The redemption of danger for those who come in contact which are at exact distances apart A Slight Misunderstanding. the race is in the originality 'of indiviri with them. Among those in the naton the grea "When our visitor told you he had and act as hour marks uals. Jacob Gould Schurman. ural world is poison Ivy, which in the taken a degree In several towns, did he dial. New York Tribune. fall in most sections is one of the say what degree it was?" . Her Proposal. most brilliantly colored vines to be A Collector's Troubles. "No." "Ah, George! Did you propose tc found. Many boys and girls and not A Camden man always In debt wan "Well, I've found out. It was the Vivian?" confronted again by the bill collector, a few older people do not know the third degree." Baltimore American. "No. She made the proposal before vine, and a word about it is in place. to whom he confided the usual storj I had a chance to say anything." of hard luck. The moat important distinctive feaBrief Pleasure. "She did? What did she say?" "Can't pay me today, eh?" mused ture about itts that it has three leaves "It is a treat to see the way a pretty the collector. "But I shall be hero "She proposed that I should leave In a cluster instead of five, as in the the house immediately, and I accept case of the well known Virginia creep- girl tucks a violin under her chin." again tomorrow, and then' "Yes, but too "often the treat ends ed." London Telegraph. "Yes. do come tomorrow." urged tnr er, which, though to be found in wood when she begins to play." Birmingdebtor, "and that will give me time lots all over the country, is frequently ham A Business Woman. to make up a brand new excuse and used as a porch climber. Another ""His wife is a business woman, all mark of to decide when you ought to come the poison ivy Is the, cluster Lesser of Two Evils. tight" again." Philadelphia Times. of numerous small whitish berries "Why doesn't your wife sing to the "What makes you say that?" which it bears, not at all like the pur"She's installed a time clock in the. ple berries of the Virginia creeper. imby when it cries?" What More Could He Want? "Sn! We've found out that the 'hall, and he has to punch it when he In spite of its name the poison ivy "What is your father's objection to goes out nights and when be gets does very little climbing, but rather oeighbors would rather listen to the me, Millie?" asked the young man. baby." Judge. back." Detroit Free Press. "He says you have no application, sprawls and, as a rule, is a short vine, Gerald." making comparatively slight growth As Usual. A Natural Result. "No appHcatIon!'"he echoed bitterly. In a single season. It cannot stand "She married him to reform him." "When yon were in Switzerland 'did cultivation and hence is most often "I wonder if he knows I've been com"And what was the result?" your party climb the glacier you spoke found along river courses, in pasture ing to see you twice a week for nearly "She wishes now that she had of?" kIx years!". Chicago Tribune. lots and in fence rows and corners. the process." Boston Tran"No." , Where Two Infallibles Heid Conflicting Opinions. The fallibility of expert testimony, whieli under stress of clever cross examination tends to the too decided statement. Is amusingly revealed in "Science and the Criminal," a book by O. Ainswonth Mitchell, the head of the inspection bureau of Scotland Yard. Nethercliffe. who was the chief expert in the days when the witty Lord Brampton was at the had such faith in his methods that finally he came to believe that he could not make a mistake. In a case in which he was under examination by Lord Brampton, then Mr. Hawkins. Xethercliffe had claimed that his system gave infallible results and had further stated that his son. whom he had trained, made use of the same system. "Then." said the wily advocate, "your son. working on your system, is as good as you are?" "Yes," replied the father, with some pride in his voice, "he is." "That is to say, he. too. is infallible?" "Yes," again replied the witness. "Well. now. Mr. Nethercliffe. was there ever a case in which you and your son appeared on opposite sides? Nethercliffe tried to evade the question, which, he complained, was an unfair one. but on being pressed was forced to admit that on a certain occasion he had given evidence on one side and his son upon the other. Swift came the unanswerable retort: "How comes it, then, that two infallibles appeared on opposite sides?" ' ) HOG CHOLERA. HUMOR OF THE DAY PLANNED HIS OWN DEATH. Lewis H The great Green River Merchan-clise H I r, , j gen-cros- j I ' ! j i ! ; Distributor, has just Received a H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth-ing? Shoes &c. H j ; Which he is offering at Popular prices. 2 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. , ! j Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl I ; ' 3 Second Pat. 4.25 Lard and Fl.our both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will!pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. I $6.25 4.75 Have a Full Stock of I veterl-windstor- m I J J Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, Salt, Lime and Cement. will buy all your crop of wheatjand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. 1 - r,,. ,.:., ARE YOU WITH ME? nose.'-Philadelphi- " "" Satisfaction Guaranteed. . h. , WOODSON 'GREENSBURG, KY. H!!!!!!!!H!!!t?l!!l!!!!W!iniH!!HH!ni!in!i!!n!!tmmiin!H Seeking a Way Out. Blessed be work! It gives us the chance of making strong, capable men and women of ourselves. Draw up about the fire a little closer. Nice in here, even whea the drifts are high outside. , ! ! I S L' fLIS' fc!t - Thl.-natu- ral j Age-Heral- d. That the men who control the big industrial corporations of the country are convinced that the people are determined to break up these monopolies, and that they are seeking a way to escape Take the frost out of your this mandate of the people, are grind stone before you grind theamong the more important facts ax, but do it gradually, and not brought out by the Senate trust by using too hot water. That investigating committee. . ' woald injure the- quality of the Louis D. Brandeis.the noted stone. Boston lawyer, told the commit- ( Don't put oft' till spri'iig any out- -' tee that the statements of Mr. side work that can be done now.--! Gary and Mr. Perkins that the Clean up the garden, haul out trusts were willing to accept a manure, and when possible push. price ffxing law, were only appar- the plowing before snow flies-! ent concessions. What the mag- Keep wide paths shoveled to nates want, Mr. Brandeis said, is every outbuilding. Help to open the passage of the Aldrich mon- ithe roads when heavy snows etary scheme, which will insure drift them, whether you are call- -j the continuance of a" centralized ed out by the postmaster or not, control of money credit, on which See that the stock is sheltered all business depends. These mag- from the cold every day. and. nates, the lawyer testified, are every night. bending every effort to gain the While waiting, impatiently for enactment of the Aldrich plan in- the state or other bad: places In1 to law, and one.of their methods, highway, J - i - j j re-Fers-ed fee t" Exch ange. "I rather think because they gbt cold "Whynotr , script "Peculiar. Being alone when one's belief if firaa a not being alone. Auerbach i His wife i Just a Fraction. In bis house." "You .say she is a woman "tvith a boss "What's peculiar about that?" past. And does she deny It?" "He aftmlts It" Louisville Couriw- "Only about tea years of It," Judge. Journal. "Peculiar chap, very. it a he said, was to blind the people good idea to take a few hours off to their real purpose by making and fix it yourself? If every them believe the trusts are willfarmer spent a few hours,, ecca. ing to surrender. sionalJyr working on the road, Gumption On the Farm. our highway would soon show 'File the crosscut saw yourself; a decided improvement. Let us you will thus soon save enough not only talk good roads let us to buy a new saw, work bad reads. Farm Journal. wouldn't fre the .iWfif A THE ADAIR COUNTS KEWS COUNTY HEWS The Rev. Clarence V. T. Rich-es- on confessed his guilt of the Published Every Wednesday murder of his former sweetheart, Avis Linnell, of Hyannis. The . BY THE confession declares the accused Adair County News Company. is guilty "of the offense for ( INCORPORATED.) which he is indicted," which is EDITOR. murder in the flrstr degree. CHAS. S. KARRIS Whether Richeson will pay the Democratic newspaper devoted to the In- lerest of the Cttr of Columbia and the people extreme penalty, which, under Adair and adjacent counuBS. the Massachusetts law, is death, in Boston cared d no court official as Entered at tlte Columbia class mail matter. to predict. THE ADAIR j ' A New Miii Just Started S s If J j Located at the Electric Lhxht Plant Post-offi- ce sec-ri- WED. JAN., 10. 1912. "Fighting Bob"Evans is dead. came in Washington, D. C, Wednesday of last week. He was retired about one year ago, and was apparently in good health a few minutes before he died. Hi? name was famous as a navaf officer, and commanded the fleet that made the voyage around The che World end suddenly The Kentucky Legislature got down to business last Tuesday. In electing the Speaker of the House the administration candidate, Hon. Claud B. Terrell, of Trimble county, won out. In his speech of acceptance he pledged himself to use his best efforts in carrying out the declarations of the ' Democratic platform. He had only 'words of praise for the two gentlemen, Mr. Schobeth and Mr., Brown, who apposed him. In the" Senate, Leut. Governor McDermott made a speech pledging his fidelity to the principles of Democracy as laid down in the platform. The session promisss to be one of great interest, as it is known many important bills will be introduced. bill one, and to The prepare one to suit every body will be a difficult task, and Adair county wants to be suited, promising that if she is taken out of the Eleventh Congressional and the Twenty-nint- h Judicial districts she will not be a burden to the territory she is ! .. S .. Will have at all times a large stock of High Grade Meal and Feed of ail kinds. Special attention given to Custom Grinding and Corn Crus ng. Will pay highest Cash Price for Corn at all times. A Myers & Wilson 55 SwrWi MMMOMfWf'MWH indsey-Wilso- n The Democratic members of the NationalHouse of Representatives declared against open caucuses. The new rules adopted provide that a record vote be of taken on demand of those present and that a journal be kept for publication, Debates and other incidents to the meetings will not be made raublic. one-fift- h Training School . i A A Safe Place to Put Your Children 4 Courses: Preparatory Normal. Business . . . . ..$3.25 .. 3.25 . Music Expression .$3.00 . 3.00 1 placed in. forty-seventI editor of the Lonisville Times, has been appointed by Gov. McCre-ary- , Adjutant General of Kentucky, and the position has been accepted. Col. Halderman is thoroughly acquainted with the duties of the office, hence the military department of the State is in good hands. Col. W. B. Holderman, Art 5.00 Spring Term Begins Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1912 Enter the first day. Any delay means Loss to you. Write for Catalogue i Neilson & Moss Columbia, Kentucky.. P5BL' ?wjm:'" v. " M I $ f 4- m - - 4 L fe-i.tn- :3' . rrzmf 3 ,Jt .T7k JiWZ' ;. 's: JbUti v.- . 'i "Vf ; fr$ ':&&&$ -- ofeiSi m. - iV---. .&m. i.W - JUi v-- lr r: u kV j m- - T JL M r"J-V "V: PSLlH ' !C. MY-COC- A KIDDIE OTTLEY AIfred Tennyson Dickens, the h New Mexico, the S(mof the Sreat 110Velist' State to enter the Union, ceased oldest to be a Territory at 1:35 Jan. 6, onanes "1CKens' uieu suenjy when President Taft signed the of acute indigestion in New York proclamation of statehood. Foun!ast week' The name of his womKf,.e VA. row. father will never die. As long H11.111UU1C nf fu J. lUiJlUliV as the world stands his books net, the two Congaessmen-elec- t from New Mexico, a dozen promi- - .will be read. j UXlVrf pifie fcJ I i VSCAIU7l Are My Specialtyr I Ma be aDie to present :o oar readers a tuckian "to the mauacr born" a bottler the fittle son cf Tanner O.tiey, of the Columbia. Ky., Bottfiag Co. Mr. CMcf " and the "Kid" is a big booster far !! specialize on "My-Cobeverage. And, bj the way, the Ottiey eonbini father and son, k putting out a big lot of die sante-- & B., Atlanla. Ca. giact to ca well-kno- we are hmf. "KID" Says: ex- I t HAVE THE BEST KNOWN FACILITIES, with over 20 years Senator uraaley nas issued State, several White House em- - statement favoring the ployes and three photographers nation of Mr Taft for the Presi. witnessed the ceremony which ,d He has also started took place in the President s letter writing campaign in Ken. private office. The proclamation tucky. In other words he has was signed in duplicate, one to pledged the State to Mr. Taft. ' be preserved in the records of the Government, the other to go Hon. Ollie M. James, having to the New Mexico Historical been nominated by the people for United States Senator, a Society. cancus nomination vvas not necThe Democratic Central Com- essary. He will be elected in mittee of Hamilton County, Ohio, joint session y (Tuesday.) of which Cincinnati is the county Last Wednesday Congress be- seat, at a recent meeting unani mously indorsed Gov. Harmon, sun, probably the busiest ses- m its history. for president. This is the Demo-- , cratic organization which assist The Legislature adjourned last Henry T. Hunt to ed Mayor-ele(Tues- defeat'the city ticket put forth Wednesday until by the notorious Republican Boss ay" ' j re-nom- II fail i I'll l.HFIS ft Hit I flM w I1MYV ...... t, m a i i- a perience, to correctly examine and fit them with proper glasses There are no unI have my own methods which enable rn&toi pleasant ordeals in my examination. give you the best eye examination that can be obtained. Jl i "ProgretiioR my motv Modern things have oamte lo sfef But rhank the Lord Papa's back to make My-Coin the good old fashioned way. ca ! C i u & sasrssfa'Ta iiiitu ice m u mmK, -- i iJlfti. Jvi 4Etk rftnar Mr. Ottley is back to stay and will- - assume the Glasses Recommended only when Needed E. I. Aloer. Optician, Will be with -- -- - "v active management of the Columbia Bottling Co, This is a distinctive home enterprise and should re ceive the support of the "'dry" contingent of the com munity. MyCoca is made from the Coca Cola for mula with the addition of Columbia water, made in the cleanest and brightest plant in the State, Whv otherwise? to-da- ;S. N. Hancock, At J. N. Page's Drug Store It cost Mr. Ottely $2,500 to say MyCoca. can say it for 5c. Say it now, not eventually. v I You Columbia, Ky. s-o- n For the next ten days. If not convenient to come to my office your home without extra charge if within a reasonable distance. will call at ct to-d- ay On account of having some very difficult cases to examine, I have engaged IW $ JOIliO JL V ur - JK. ML JL 4u 8 11-1- J? ; Democrats, assisted by personal r N." efforts by Gov. Harmon, won Glensfork. despite an indorsement which 3fc The health of this community Pres. Taft gave to the Republiis very good at present. ters,.and son, of Inroad, are visit was the teacfier. Miss Jessie is a can ticket. Pres. Taft and Gov. fine teacher and left with the The holidays are' over and ing at G. R. Abrels Harmon are both citizens of Some from this county gone to ood Wlshes of her pupils. every one ' seemed to enjoy Mr- - Odis Lewis, of Inroad, is Xmas fine, in spite of the, rainy Opnririn where thev will teach moving to Glenville. We are glad weather. Was glad to learn thel school. Among them are the fol- to have Odis with us. ' Tie message of Gov. McCreary folks of the Crocus community lowing,, John Jones, .J.W.Dudley, Mr. Zeno Hammon and Miss .if was lengthly, but it was full of the holidays so well, while others have entered school Bettie Loy, were happily married ' He enjoyed - ideas, a fine State paper. Bowling Green, and Lindsey last Thursday at the ' put in writing what he promised while they were killing rabbits at residence of and birds, and eating cabbage Wilson training school at Colum- G. R. Abrel. the people before election, leaving and carrging in pumpkins, the bia and various other places. I Mr. John Chapman and wife, no doubt as to his position on the other people in surrounding j hope they will meet with success have returned from-Misdeclarations of the principles neighborhoods were spending !in all their undertakings. Dr. Wm. Blair, who has been , contained in the platform upon their time drinking boose, and Mr. L. C, Blair and Miss Nora confined to his bed for some time V Irf'.whicli he was elected. He is a Bradshaw, were happily married with paralysis is no better. 'K grand old gentleman and we be- - eating candy and cake and such last Thursday at the home of the Miss Mary Upton," commenced p-- " lieve that he will manage the dainties as .nature provide for brides parents, Mr. G. A. Brad- people to enjoy tnat 'seize the snaw. school at Glenville' last Monday affairs of the State in a manner to epjoy them. opportunity The school, at Glenville, has with a very full school. that will meet the commendation Mrs. Hulda Ross and daugh- - just closed, Miss Jessie Taylor Rev. Piercy will fill his regu- of the entire people- ? G Geo. B. Cox. Cincinnati is norm- Mr Taft says he is in the race ally 15,000 Republican, and the to the end if he lives perfect satisfaction. ; Dr. Alper to attend to them for me, and I would advise a!! my friends who need glasses to call and see him while he is here. The Work is all guaranteed to give - Yours truly S. Hancock. In order Lo ilose out our entire stock. of Winter Clothing, we will offer our Suits and Over Coats at the following Prices for CASH: All $35.00 Suits cut to " ,i$10.00 $11.00 suits n $12.00 - $1250 " $15.00 Over Coats (i v, os w' !?, Ja. k i q - $11.98 cut to $8.48: '- j " " $10.48 " 4t $8.48 $U.98-$10.0- 0 . - $11.00 Over Coats s. Russell & Co. ) , -- A j- -i lar appointment at Glenville at 7alley Russell county. The roads are in bad; condition the Methodist church the second Sunday in Febuary.He cannot be in this community with mud. here in Jan. on account of the Some places are almost quarterly meeting at French $&&$ w j. t the:adair county news , - -r t Commissisrer's Sale. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. ! PERSONAL A Sandusky & Co. Plaintiff, t vs hands. This information will be hailed R. B. Wilson &c. Defts. Latest Quotations on Live Stock with delight by the people Mr. L. C. Winfrey is attending the of Columbia, 7t & and those who live in hearing distance Taylor circuit court. w. u. Cinder &c Plaintitt, ) of the time piece. vs Mr. Frank Sinclsir has been quite R. B. Wilson &c Defts. 7K y CATTLE sick for several days, & We have received a very handsome i l Farmers Bank & Miss Mattie Sinclair visited in Luuis-vill- e Bank NIX Shipping steer $5.256.00 and very useful desk calendar from Mr. IN v of Columbia Plaintiff IN iS and Lebanon last week. vs Beef steers 3.505.50 Melvin A. Traylor, who is connected 7i R. B. Wilson. &c Defts. ,Squire John Eubank, viho has been 4754.85 ' with the National Stock Yards Bank, ?IN By virturefof a Judgment and order Fat heifers and cows quite sick, is reported better. It of sale of the Adair Circuit Court, Cutters IN 2.0o3.00 .National Stock Yards, 111. willis highly X. appreciated, and the donor rendered at the September Term, thereplease M Mr. M Cravens, left last Saturday, of, 1911, in the above styled consolidat- Canners IN 1.002.00 accept our thanks. on a business trip to Frankfort. ed actions for the sums of S770.37. to Bulls 2 003.85 iN t G. Sublett, $5.70, to Grider Morrison Feeders Dr. E. I. Alper, who is in Columbia IN Mr. Waviley Shipley, of Hardin J. Mi 4.004.85 IN with strong recommendations as an opti iS county, visited in Columbia last week & Co , H3.44,to Sandusky & Co .$148,-0- Stockers In 2.504 50 cian, is now at Dr. N. Page's to W. H. Johnson, $1096. 16, to the drug niIN J. Mr. T. C Moore, of Gresham, Green O Bank of Columbia and S16G9 23, to Far Choice milch cows.' store. Persons with defective eye ts County, was in Columbia last Thurs.. 15.00-35.mers ftnnk Can V.ilW. interest on the Common to fair cows sight should call and see him. Will re 7K. 3 day. jr main here for a few days. See his ad" sis. debts is counted and included to the HOGS Miss Pearl Hndman, returned last loth, day of Jan. 1912, the cay of sale, elsewhere in this paper. IN Mi ccnsoli-dateweek from a pleasant vi.sit to Lonis-vill- and the further sum of 8i.-"- , Choice 210 up 6 40 IN Since last Saturday the weather has cost and probable cost of $15. 6 25 been extremely cold here. Mediums, 165 to 210. We have IN I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Mr. B. H. Gilpin an! Mr. Robert Pigs 5.45 not a thermometer about the office but Jn Court-hous- e door in Columbia, Adair Borders, Gampbl,sville, were here last judging from feelings tho murcury nix 5.40 County, Ky , to the highest bidder at Roughs IN Thursday. must have been close to China Sunday M imlglll,...i.m. . pnblic auction, on the 15th day of TCff- l,-, J IN SHEEP AND LAMBS j morning and this (Tuesday, rr orning. Vt Mrs. Junius Hancock has been quite Jan. 112, at one o'clock p. m.or thereIN Elck for the past week, a victim of about, it being first cay Circuit court Best lambs .' Ail persons desiring to take the comDaily 4.00 5.00 one and pneumonic for said county, upon a credit of six Culls mon School Diploma examination.should 1' 250.300 be Adair Comity News one months, the following described proper$4.00 at the office of the county Superins Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Price, and their ty, towit: A lot or tract of land and Fatsheep 3.C0-3.tendent Friday and Saturday Jan 26, IN little son, spent last wtek with friends the improvements thereon, situated and Daily six and 27th. This examination will begin GI$AIN. at NickolasviHe, being in Adair County Ky., in or near 9:30 o'clock. at News one .7..... $2.75 Aliss Virgie Tupman, who has been a the town of Cane Valley, Ky., contain- Wheat. MX 90 saleslady at same point in Georgia, is ing J acres. It being the same land A lodge of The Woodmen of the World 50 Corn... Daily Coiirier-Journ- al conveyed to said R. B. Wilson, by J. G. at home for a few weks. will be organized in this place next )Sn Sublett and on which said Wilsons resione week. There will be about twenty Local Market. $2.00 SK Mrs. C C. Hindman, who visited dence is situated. charter members. A State officer will relatives at Bowli ur Goen, returned NT" Also two lots of land and the buildbe here'to perfect the organization. IN home last Thursday night. ings and improvements thereon, situatLizzie the oldest daughter of Mr. ed in the town of Cane Valley, Adair Bennett,& Collins rescbed Columbia oo Eggs and Mrs C. S. Harris, who was quite County, Ky., and bounded as follows, last Monday with fifty-od- d hogs, bought towit: IN Hens sick'last week, is improving. on Cumberland river at 41 cents, They M First Lot: Beginning at a stone on Chickens IN have bought some in Adair at 5 cents Miss Pearl Hindman, spent a we-Niy IN Cocks 3 very delightfully with her brother, Mr. the east side of the Columbia and x The union prayer services held last w Campbellsvilie turnpike road, and coris Turkeys H. C. Hindman, at Louisville. 9 week, alternating from church to church NJ ner to the Farmers Bank lot and Bank NIX Geese G were well attended and there were a IN Mr. W. F. Hancock arrived from building and lot and lines, thence number of interesting talks. Ducks Frankfort. Saturday night, his mother's Northeast 132 feet to a stone corner in Nl bringing him to her bedside. illness In Wool fall clipping. . . 14 said Wilson's line thence Northwest 56 When you come to Columbia next 7K Wool spring clipping. Mr. J. O. Russell, is confined to his feet to the middle of he road, to a 27 Monday, the first day of circuit cour: do NX room. He recently had his teeth work- stone in T. 1. Smith's line, thence with IN Hides (green) Sh not fail to call at the News office. x NIX ed on and they are giving him much said Smith's line, Southwest. 139 feet IN Feathers 44 to a stone in the aforesaid turnpike ." Last Monday was the pain.. anniversary of NIX ! iN 00 road, thence with said turnpike road Ginseng the Battle of New Orleans, and it was VtX Stul's and his son, Mr. Mr.sTR IN Beeswax. 50 a legal holiday. Ewingtults, returned to Lancaster, southeast 94 feet to the Beginning. H6 Yellow Root. . 25 s last week where they have opened an Also a certain or tract parcel of land NIX Wanted, at the Myres v'eed Mill, 7In containing 85 acres, lying in Adair May Apple (per lb), insurance-office- . good corn, Will pay the highest mark- - IN County, Ky , and near Cane Vslley,Ky. Miss Mary Smith, daughter of Mr. and on NIX et price. the Greensburg road known IN Wyat Smith, lefc for Georgia last as the Jeff Bumgarner farm and Commissionea's Sale if bK and will teach near a post-offiweek, IN now owned by the defendant, R. B. NIX called Whooppee Will be in Columbia Monday Jan. K Wilson For a more complete description ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT, InCk, MH2, to buy mules and horses. of above described lan.13 reference is p. IV Judge H. C. Baker and his daughter, r Young, Plff. NX Mackin & Philips. made to the judgment and order and IN Miss Sallie, who visited Judge Baker's ;. vs . W. E. Means &c,Defts In daughter, Mrs- - W. D. Jones, Knoxville, pleadings in the above styled action. Greenwood, Ind. and NIX Tenn., returned lome lasc Thursday! For the purchase price, purchaser James Garnett, Plff.Jj on X IN Petition with approved surety or sureties, must IX. t night. j vs XIN execute bond bearing legal interest Editor News: Mi Mr. J. W. Huston, returned from from fay of sale until paid, and having W. E. Means &. XIN Order of Sale. Lexington last Thursday, accompanied the force and effect of a judgment. Please find space in your pa- MX By virture of an order of sale of the by Judge G. W. Walker, of Michigan, Bidders will be prepared to comply Adair Circuit Court, rendered at the per for a few lines from Adair to Columbia tj spend a week who came Sept. Term thereof, 1911, in the above county little girl. Greenwood or two, then to view the Cumberland with these terms. Dec. 18, 1911. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner, NJX causes, for the sums of SHD and interoil fields IN Ind., is a little town of 1300 in- Nt A. C. C. est thereon, Sept. 27th 1909 to the day IN Mr. T. A. Jones and Mr. Alfred of sa'e, and Forty six dollars and sixtv habitants, 10 miles south o the NIX Jones, of Cincinnati, v. ho visited their For Sale. XIN cents (46.60) costs therein, to R. Young Capital of our state, have 2 NIX parents at Montpelier, returned last and the further sum of 8 XIN tc NIX week, accompanied by th ir sister, James Garnett, and $3 75, costs therein railroads, one steam and ore In on I Willi iu.s and Miss Eetella; My farm containing 48 acres, Mrs. Jo shall proceed to offer for sale at the electric line, 4 churches $he.high XIN v Cincinnati a. Jamestown and Columbia road S mile.s Court Jones, who will vfeib-JNIX house door in Coiuml:a, Ky., to East of Columbia and li miles Nf school with 11 teachers. week or two. XIN IN West of Montpelier. Good location, the highest bidder, at public auction, on This is a fine town, would be XIN Mr. W T. Ottley, wife.and son, John, school and church lots join this land. Monday, the 15th day of Jan. 1912, at K NIX K from Burkesville, a few days Will sell at a bargain it sold at once. one o'clock p. m. or thereabout, it glad for the Adair county little XIN returned 7K 2ari.fwirwj mmt" NIX being-the- . first day of the, Adair Circuit ago. Mr. Ottley has quit traveling for Call on Z. A. Tayl v, Montpelier, Ky. XIN Court, upon a credit of six months, the girls would have their parents to NIX the present and will look after his busi 7lN xr following described property towit. ness here. While in the South he did a come here for we have such fine NIX XIN X the comAscertain tract or parcel of land school here, very satisfactory business for and a good Mi When you want a reliable medidine lying and situated in Adair County, Ky.. XIN x pany he represented. for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's on the waters of Harrods creek, and place to make money, so I will Mi Mr. C C, Hays, Anadorks, Okla., Cough Remedy. It can always be debounded as follows, towit: On the ring off from a little girl 13 years') Mi x who visited relatives and friends in pended upon and is plcasa t and safe nIX North by lands of William Gibbons and old. NIX Grace Winfrey. and Russell counties, left on his to take For sale by Paull Drug Co. Adair xK 7K Anderson Branham, on the E. bv the NIX NJ return trip this morning. Mr. Hays XIN XK glands of Mose Stewart, on S. by lrnds of this Mi left the Glensfork neighborhood IN Reynold Station, Ky. If yob want to keep posted during of R. T. Baker and on W. by lands of j county ten years ago. He is a farmer, Mi xIn the year 1912, subscribe for the Daily William Gibbons. XIN and "is well pleased with Oklahoma. Mi Couriei-Journa- l. Hi For the purchass price, the purchasThe price of the C.J. : XIN XlNf NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX MX NIX NIX JX SIX NIX NJX NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX NIX MX MX Dr. T. A. Smith, who has been prac- is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your er with approved surety or secureties, j Editor Nevs: K?K7KxKxiNxlN?lN?iNxrs71xKxK K7K?i?7K7fc7KsK?f.?K xSn xinxK ticing dentistry here for the past six subscription to The News t ffice, we will must execute Bond, bearing legal interThinking that a letter from an months, left for Oklahoma last Thurs furnish the Daily Courier-Journand est from day of sale until paid, and Adair county man might be en- day morning, having accepted a part our paper one year each for 81.00. This having the force and effect of a Judg time. Stone coal is mined in tertaining to some, I thought 1 nership with a gentleman in that State. offer is good during January and ment. , abundance, and most of the farm- Q. P. SMYTHE He is a finished workman, and he left February. Bidders will be prepared to comply would write a few lines. r y believing that hi3 business will be more with these terms promptly. ers burn coal. for We left Adair county October remuniative in the west W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner Sale. For 1 J I T ' V1&" e Piedu L nave nau Adair Circuit Court. the 30lh, and after traveling four FIRE INSURANCE I Orrest Hamilton is now in charge of the city clock. He proposes to keen ; .n..ln.1 ,l ... jl .:n inqguiaicu, auu aua :.. will run COn- tinuously unless sleet should stop the Mr. -- IN MX ?IX k 5, 35.00-45.C- i 00 ! J e. d i f '5 1 CouierJournal the 25 CounerJournal year year year year... months and 1 three months and'News To-da- y. ifii k We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List i ce ! I " I - One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets Flie,.News and the Weekly j n i Courier Journal One Year 8-- 4t Louisvi eTim N 84.50 I . al ! j 1 1 the months of Janmiy and February we will send the Adair County News and the Daily Courier-Journaone year each for $4 00 The Daily Courier-Journsix months and the Adair County News one year for $2 75 three The Daily Courier-Journal- , months and, the Adair County News one year for $2.00. Remember that offer is good only in the of January and February. Now months is the time to subscribe. This is Pres'-dentiyear arid every body should During l, al complete saw mill outfite.ither size 35 boiler 23 engine, Giser or 25 boiler, 20 engine Case, with night saw rig. He sonable price, cash or trade. This machinery ii new and as good as made. Write, wire or call on us. Wolford Bros. Casey Creek, Ky. A 9-l- Persons troubled with partial paraly sis are often very much benefited by massaging the affected parts thoroughly when applying Chamberlain's Liniment This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by Paull Drug Co.- j al keep posted. SALT FOR SALE. Mr. B. H. Hall, of Kendall, Russell county, recently explored a cave near where he lives. He writes the News Hiave an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, 15 cents more than the that in it he found fifty-eigwhich cost only Indian Farm For Sale. you buy elsebeads, about twenty-fiv- e human teeth, 5 bushel barrel which 33-It contains 97 acres and lies on the and all kinds of bones, evidently those Sam Lewis. where. S waters "of Harrbdsfork. Will be sold of departed Indians. at public outcry at court house first day J. B. Burton has sold his stock of "Your account is dae. ' I will be in Co- of circuit court if not sold privately begoods at.Purdy to J. F. Neat. The inevery day until January the 16th. fore that lime Gall on. lumbia Please see me and settle. Rev. H. L. Thompson, Columbia Ky, ventory will be take the first of Jno B. Grant. 9.2t ht Here is a remedy that will cure your cold. Why waste'time and rncney experimenting when you can get a preparation that has won a world- wide reputation by its cures of this disease and can always be depended upon? It is known everywhere as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, anJ is a medicine of real merit. For sale by Paull Drug Co. - If your children are subject to at tacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remddy as soon as the child becomes hoarse and the attack may be warded off. For sale by Paull Drug Co. 3t ' 8--2t public schools days over land, we reached our itin some of the anal nna tnat tney are new home, which is in Southern auuUBtt Hancock county, between the I. ueuei of Cand the L. ..H., and at St.ihere' than in Adair' and hilt". . innvin mninn' VloftoT VQCIllfa Louis, R. R. I haveplendid tuuiac 1V1" w. . o.f people to work with, and they lam sure witntne l,. Graded School, and stuseem to be very much interested and the coming from all parts of in church work. We have three dents neat churches, and a srood the county, and being trained and to take up work in the home for the pastor, and of sent back rural" schools, better work will be course I enjoy that. We were given a tree done. But how can the teacher presat the parsonage, loaded with work unless the pupils are patrons must be innice toys, candies, fruits and ent? The many valuable and useful articles, terested as well. We just closed resulting in 15 conver-tion- s besides some pocket change for a revival and the church greatly rethe pastor, and of course that pleased me as I think lots of vived. Mrs. Turner joins - me with Santa. . . Every farmer raises tobacco best wishes to all friends in i hefe, and it is selling well this Adair and Russell counties. j !re, i ""u "" !. - and REAL ESTATE ii Wishing The News a prospec- ous new year; I remain a inb- - scriber and friend. - er... J. d X-m- as II HP A , m J L K3HSLfl. m un m i .ers I Rlado A New Man Of Him. "Ivassufferragirom pain in mv stomach, head and hsek' c rites H. Alston, T. Raleich. 2J. O. "ajd mv liver and kidneys did not work right, uub iuui uuiLica ul xiiecuic xntera made me feel like a new man." PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. , the apaik county news EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE CURIOUS CONTRASTS. Bogard, Mo. And DINED THE AUDIENCE. t I E. t Authors Whosa Writings and Methods of Life Were Contradictory. A man of genius when he writes a book and "all the god comes rushing will be welcome news to dyspep- Hundreds of others would gladly tes- into his soul" is in an abnormal state, It tics to learn of a remedy that, in the tify. and hence lives of men of letters have opinion of thousands, is an absolute often been in glaring contrast to their is a guaranteed cure for indigesIt cure for indigestion and all forms of tion, constipation, biliousness , head- writings. Montaigne tells us that he stomach trouble, and, better still, it aches, gas on the stomach and similar always observed supercelestial opinis guaranteed to do so. The remedy complaints. A bottle can be had at ions to be accompanied with subterrais Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. any drug store for fifty cents or a nean morals. On the other hand, tho We all know the value of pure pep- dollar, but if you wish to make a test most latitudinarian professors of episin in indigestion, and add to this of it first, send your address to Dr. cureanism have often lived like ansome exceptional laxative ingredients Caldwell and he will supply a ireoj chorites or trapplsts. Some of the and you have a truly wonderful rem- s.imnlp bottle, sent direct to vour acTn best sea songs have been written by e, edy. Mr. T. W. Worthy of dress. You will soon admit that you Ga., got to the point where have found something to replace salts, men who never snuffed a salt water he could not even eat or digest veg- cathartics, breath perfumes and other breeze, stirring war songs have been etables and after many years of seek- temporary reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will written by timid men and women who ing he found the cure in Dr. Cald- cure you permanently. would have shrieked at the sight of a well's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kas-nmouse, and hymns steeped in the very For the free sample address Dr. W. spirit of devotion have been written of Moline, 111., was in the same bad predicament with his stomach, B. Caldwell,111.402 Caldwell building, by men of doubtful morality, who took Syrup Pepsin and is now cured. Monticello, 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 mid& night, and we know positively that c Thompson, who sang the praises of early rising in tho "Seasons." used to ' He 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 the praise of cold water under the in, spiration of brandy. Dr. Johnson, HUGHES who wrote so well on politeness, intercojvipflMy rupted his opponents with "Yon lie. sir!" "You aire a vile Whig, sir!" m-- l ii ua. Burns was a compound of "dirt and deity." Rousseau, who was always LargestJWhoIesale Glling people's eyes with tears, beDoor House trayed and slandered his benefactors in in turn and se'nt his children to the foundlings hospital. When Moore proSend your orders to us for prompt shipment posed to Scott to go and see Melrose and good goods. ? We appreciate them. abbey, as Sir Walter bad described it. by moonlight. "Pooh, pooh." said Scott, "you don't suppose 1 ever aw it by 2!l"215 sireef moonb'gkt!" William Matthews.Sainte-Beuve'- s Monday Chats. ' For-syther , ! a Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Materia Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. Sash and the South. 1S03. Liszt and Rubini. An article In an Italian review con i.v. Louisville Ab. Lebaxox You will please find enclosed tains an interesting story of Liszt and Ibaix No.27 7:00am 9:aa tenor. They were touring No. 23. ............... 8;i5am ............ 10:0! am $1 to pay for your good paper an Rubini. the together and visited a town where, 5:05 pin 7:i0 pm other year, as we can not well from the preliminaries which had been No 21 8:00pm lMBjin 3 great things were expected 6:30pnj ' arranged, 90za get along without it. But they were disappointed, for when NORTH BOUND Christmas has come and gone, they entered the hall they found only Chain lv. Lebanon ab. Lolisvills 24 7:50 5:43am n a saa one to us m some re- fifty persons present. anu ra 732am 10:Ua Ribini was furious and said he would 430pm 6.5oVa spects. On the night of Decem- not sing, but Liszt calmed him. "Yon 6:23 pm 8.15 pi must slng.'he said. "This 732am lu.i: aj ber the 18th we lost the best ence is evidently composed smajl audi- 'o-9of musical N03. 92 and 98 are.Sunday trains only. horse we had. Then on the 19th, connoisseurs of the town, so we should our baby was taken violently ill treat them with respect." Liszt set the example with a grand overture, with a stomach and liver trouble, and Rubini sang to perfection. Liszt and in a few days double pneu- - j gave another piece and then addressed the audience. y monia set up, but the Liszt as an orator was as tactful as Vf. J2. UHIijaoRS, Prop p. doctor dismisssed ihe case, and .he had been In the role of pacificator. Addressing his audience of fifty, he First-Clas- s TaWe she is getting along nicely. said: "Ladies and gentlemen" there Good Sample Roome present "I think only Quite a number of horses have was you one lady have had enough music. Al that Feed Stable died in this county during the low me to ask you to take a little sup- - i Reasonable Rates per with us." After a few seconds the Jast few weeks, and the veterina Invitation was accepted, and Liszt and ry says it is caused from polt-oRubini entertained the audience to KY supper at their hotel, which cost them in the corn stalks. One of my 1.200 francs. neighbors gathered corn with a When the guests separated the hosts thought the a Joke, team one day, and the next nbout which affair had beenwould be nothing more morning found both dead in the heard, but they decided to give their concert as advertised on the following barn. I used my mare through night. To their astonishment the hall VETf R1NARY SURGEON the day, and when I vent to put was packed. There was not standing room. The whole town had turned out her in the barn, I noticed she on the off chance of an invitation to acted like she was blind. I called supper. the Treat Proved a Fine Ad. For L & N. Time Card Editor News: In effect Monday. Dec 31. SOUTH BOUND N"-?- 9 t No-S- i -- -- 2 2 WILMORE to-da- mW n GRftDYMLLe. C. D. Crenshaw L " HUOHES :.ncorporIted . in m v$4Mi . ii. COCKE, V. ' LOUISVILLEJKY. , HOLES IN MACARONI. U. G. HARDW1CS, Pres. Frei. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec W. IPyne Mill & vu ppiy -- ESTABLISHED 1861 Co. INCORPORATED I8S9- - WIIiliWRlGHTS 1301 TfflKTeeNTO-MftlS N, ENGNES. BOILERS, SMOKESTACKS,. t ... Sheet Iron and Tank Worh DEALERS I mACHHSilSTS SAW i GRIST MILL MLS. FEED MILLS LOUISV.LLe T?SB5 tissyfr'a.r'ga mm& W$pR J" r vuSul-- """"-i- M' flTT mKRiTnvnDK w r jx - Qni&pa iriTnn'lfeRIfeiCT i to&S' ii ". '5faj-JESj3- - $! All Kinds 5f Machinery Repaired -- you undoubtedly have, and unless you have visited a macaroni factory you are probably still in doubt. Interesting methods are employed in bringing this food into the form in which it is placed before the public. After the dough has been well mixed and kneaded in a powerful machine it Is ready to form into macaroni, which Is of a tube shape about inch in diameter, or spaghetti, which is a solid stick shape of about inch in diameter. This is done by forcing the dough under hydraulic pressure through a cylinder with a flat circular bronze die or mold at the bot torn. The macaroni die is full of holes about inch in diameter, and each hole has a small pin in the center of it, which is attached to one side of the hole. This pin forms the hole in the macaroni and divides the dough on one side as it starts through the hole, but before the dough reaches the end of the hole the divided side comes together and remains so, making a perfect tube. The spaghetti die contains only plain holes about inch Robert Allen. If any of thej in diameter arranged in groups. When macaroni and spaghetti come from the readers of The News know such P presses or cylinders they are cut into a lady, will you please notify me j certain lengths, the length depending upon whether the curing or drying Is either through the News or a to be done on trays or by hanging over personalletter? j i one-fourt- Device by Which the Hollow Strips of Dough Are Produced. Haven't you often asked. "How do they get the holes in macaroni?" Yes, h one-eight- one-four- th Customs of the Remnants of a Once Powerful Tribe. Normally the Tehuelcbes, as the Tatagonian Indians are called, are a peaceable and kindly peop!e. yet they are impulsive, capable of strong prejudices, very revengeful and often with good reason suspicious of strangers. They are not to be trifled with and when under the influence of drink are brutal and dangerous. They show love for their children and wives and kindness to their old people. They are divided into numerous tribes or groups, each having its chief or cacique, upon whom the burdens of government rest but lightly. They believe in a good and an evil spirit, whom they propitiate, and have many stories, myths and superstitions connected with the sun, moon and stars, while the slaying of horses and drinking of blood form a conspicuous part of their superstitions, birth, marriage and death ceremonies, many of which are most repulsive. When Magellan first passed through the strait there were perhaps no fewer thought married a Hotts, and than 10,000 Patagonians roaming from the Rio Negro to while tolived in the neighborhood of day, driven back the strait, littoral to from the Bliss. I told him I never knew the high pampas and the foothills of the Andes, altogether they would but two of Mr. Turk's sisters probably not total over 000. Harper's Mrs, Fred Robertson and Mrs. Magazine. I a veterinary, but before he Cam1 she fell, and was soon paralyzed, and died in a few hours. The quality of corn is very sorry here this year. Some think it is the wormy corn, but the doctors say it is the poison in the fodder. Cousin Joe Lyon, a former Adair county man, in company with his daughter, Miss Bettie, spent a day and night tvith us recently. Cousin Joe and I took up the subject of Kentucky and her people, and talked all day and night. He asked me about hundreds of persons. But he asked me about one I never could place Polly Ann Turk. He said she was a sister to William Crawford lurk, and he PATAGOjMIAN INDIANS. Special Attnetin to Eyes Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any snr- gical work done at fair prices. 1 am j wen nxed to take care of stock. Won ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES'" RESIDENCE. ONBURKSYILLE STREET. Joseph I H. Stone, w Attoney-At-La- Will pradtice in this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, Kentucky, Why Not I one-eight- h roete. everything I n The Drug Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A to curing or drying Diaeufoni tk& length of time varies according to tho process employed and to atmospheric conditions outside the factory and the standard of quality maintained. Some makers require only three days, while others take as many as six days. Omaha Bee, Few Seasonable Goods as a Head liner Ter Box 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- Laxative Eromo Quinine " " Singley LaxativeJTablets Sills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets "'" " Nyals A.D. Rexal S. " " ' " " Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion "Bottle tt It (( Nyals Bexal " Wine Cod Liver Oil t .ttf I II if 00 " Emulsion " ( 100 H 89c 50c A. D. S. i II I" !, ' II 83c 83c 1.00' 'Vinol Write us for Quotations CITY HALL PHARMACY, Four Eclipses. iSiivTSS;, Y Poets have not failed to do perfmea justice, but one major poet Wordsworth went through life without a cense of smell and was not sorrj for Wrc it Nature, he told Aubrey de ylsioto. seemed to him all the more a But once, and once only, did Word worth smell, and the prosaic occasion The dissolution of the Stand- illustrates the unpolished household Superior, ard Oil Company is a problem in ways of his time. He "sat down witl-hiLittle Kelly told little Anita what family to the midday dinner and in vulgar fractions. The disso- began to carvt a leg of mutton. Tin :he termed a "little fib." Anita A fib is the same as a story, lution of the Tobacco Trust is at leg of mutton Was stuffed with onion and a story is the same as a lie. and for once, and once only, the seti-- t Nelly-N- o. problem in short division, New of smell wrfs Vevealed to him. Tin it's not. Anita Yes, it is. because my father onions, suddenly laid bare, conquered said so. and my father is a professor York World. London Standard. at the university. Nelly I don't care If he is. Aiy fa Brewers in Pragtfe claim to Taxed the Beards. ther is a real estate man. and he knows P&er the Great of Russia levied more about lying than your father have discovered a process by tax on beards. Finding that his sh:j does. United Presbyterian. jects- - were disposed to keep the" which beer is fermented more "I see your daughter is engaged to Fully Impressed. be married." "At last." "I hope she realizes that marriagw is a serious thing." "You bet she does. We thought she'd never land this boob." Louisville Courier-Journal. American Sunshine. Until a man has made the expen ment it is impossible to believe how vivid and how severe on British eyes Is the glare of the American sun. and also how Impossible it is. no matter how strong British prejudice may be gbod this sound to me, In that regard, to play golf In the coat which all the traditions of Scotland I will close by wishing the prescribe as decent Very soon the Briton golfing In America will have News and its many readers a cast from him that worse than super- happy and prosperous New year. fluous garment and will be going with L. M. Wilmore. light heart and light raiment so railed "in shirt sleeves" like tho Ameri can himself. London Globe Great Britain's pension system Is as liberal as may be considering the vast number of persons carried on both tlu' I military and the civil lists, but in on case the record for smallness of paj ment has undoubtedly been established. Various factors enter Into deU We missed getting the News mining the amount to be paid sailor these so combined again y but I juess the editor j and old factors It was found that lu one salt that and his force are taking Christ- - j could draw a pension of not a: j year fourpence 8 cents mas this week, so we expect to more than on each quarter daya thtr Promptly find a full paper next week, es- - comes an official communication transnoni'llltr fVio f!l'l1M7illo UUlUlllllkJ, mitting the amount due In the form of JKlllkJ lll VJXUV&J' f IJlh tnliltviro postage stamps, and he is granted Wake up Wilmore, and tell us leave of absence In order that he this into money at the something about every body, and Then, after the proverbial mani don't be afraid to call their ner of sailors, he promptly proceeds to "blow" the entire amount, New York nameSi You don't know how Tribune. ' The Smallest Pension. Read The Courie ! to-da- ; ! ! I ! ma,'-conve- rt post-offic- e. Journal? HENRY WAYTERSON Wordsworth's Sense of Smell. Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County News and the s Weekly Courier-Journal quickly than fty any method use before. etates. The next eclipse of the series to which There will be four eclipses in this one belongs will be April the year 1912, two of the sun 19, 1930. and two of the moon, as folThe third will be a total eclipse of the moon Sept. 29, visible lows: How It Went. "1 hear you won a fifty dollar prize." throughout the United States. A partial eclipse of the moon "I did. And I have already loaned Aprii 2, invisible in the United The fourth will be a total out S1G,"). invested S20O in schemes and eclipse of the sun Oct. 10, visible alienated 53.000 worth of other States. friends." Pittsburg Post. Central and total eclipse of the in the southwestern portion of ' jh i succeeding A Romeo under sentence and Suspicious, given a choice of penitentiaries Bank President What's the matter' might choose Joliet. Bank Vice President I was ju3t thin!, tag. I sat next to our cashier i beards at any expense of money, in all those he found bearded ti have the hair plucked. out with pincers or shnved with a blunt razor. Russia then became a beardless nation. Both Ohe Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal v combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. thurch yesterday, and I don't quitF The word yeggman is derived Bke the way he sings "Will they mis from a criminal, John Yegg, of me when I'm gone?" Puck. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- Sweedish origin, who operated on the Pacific coast in the late v sev-entie- s. X the United States. sun April 17, the sun rising more or less eclipsed 'throughout Pride precedeth an involuntary more of the Southern and Middle prostration. Dodges Trouble. Blobbs Borrowell Is the sort of fellow who Is always looking 'for trouble. Thesimpleton and his spondu-lr- x Slobbs Oh. I tion't know. He is alare speedily separated. ways anxious to dodge a creditor. Philadelphia Record. 'Bostbn 'Transcript. Seizing the Opportunity. Crabshaw If yon insist on this ne gown I'll have to get It on credi Mrs. Crabshaw As long as it's goh to be charged, dear, I may aa well! v a more expensive one. Life. Poverty Proverb. la-t- a pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order alxth senseGerma to this paper NOT to the-Courie- r Journal. THE ADAIR COUNTY ORIENTAL RUGS. THE ws PARTHENON. Blood Was Wrong women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardul, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this medicine. AH well-known Cardui ge The VfomansTonic says : " I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Write to: Ladies' Advisory DepL, Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., lor Special Instructions, and book. " Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 53 Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she Mrs. A.. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo .had been troubled with sick headache for about five years, when she began taking ChambeJlain's Tableta. She has taken two bottles of them and they have cured her. Sisk headache is caused by a disorded stomach for which these tablets aie especially intended. Try them, get well and stay well. Sold by Paull Drug Co. Res. 'Phone 29. Dr, Office 'Phone 40- - James Triplet! Dentist. Land." "The mother-in-lais queen of the household, and every morning assigns to each woman and girl her task for the day." Methods of working as well as patterns are traditional, according to the same author, and some designs are peculiar to special families or tribes and become so familiar that the older workers produce them from memory. The art of tying in the yarn has to be learned very slowly. The younger children are allowed to tie in only one solid color on the plain background, but when a girl becomes fairly expert she is allowed to make a whole rug, and traces of individuality may be looked for in her weaving. The two classes of rug. Turkish and Persian, are distinguished by the kind of knot in which they are tied, the Ghiordes, or Turkish, the Senna, or Persian knot. The number of knots to the square Inch is one of the tests of value of a modern rug. and the fact that more can be tied to the square inch in a Persian than in a Turkish rug ac counts for the greater fineness and consequently greater costliness of the former. w fheir Worth Hangs on the Number f Knots to the Square Inch. For ages reaching far back Into the mists of antiquity, weaving has been the work of women, though the modern factory of the west has brought about changes in this respect. "In the unchanging east weaving Is, with few exceptions, women's work. In the Interior of Asiatic Turkey and In Persia the patriarchal system still exists and the sons bring their wives home to live. I have known as many persons to live In one as thirty-fiv- e dwelling," writes Mrs. Eliza Dunn in her book, "Rugs In Their Native DREAM FANTASIES Cause and Effect In the Visions That Come In Sleep. A It Was the Most Beautiful Edifice Ever Erected by Man. The Parthenon on the Acropolis at Athens, the most beautiful edifice ever erected by the hand of man, was wrecked by a Venetian bomb on Sept. 2G. 1GS7. THE LOUIS VIILL& TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCKY COVERED DISHES. First Used In the Dark Ages to Guard Food From Poison. 5iXS?'S)SXsOX8!XsXsXS) $ WEEKLY COURIER JOU RNrtL HENRYjWATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR M From the days when our ancestors took their food in their hands and ate it with as little ceremony as a dog gnaws a bone to the present time of elaborate dinners is a long step, but a gradual one. It was a number of centuries before dishes of any kind were used, and knives and forks as adjuncts toeat!ng are later still. The fear of poison which haunted the mind of every person of quality during the middle ages gave rise to certain curious customs and even to certain superstitions. When dishes are now served covered, it is understood that it is merely for the purpose of keeping them Warm. This was not, however, the principal reason why they were served covered during the dark ages. It was the fear that poison might be introduced into them surreptitiously between the kitchen and the table where they were to be served to the kings or the lords or even to persons of inferior rank. The covers were not removed till the master of the house had taken his place. All dishes afterward served were brought on the table in the same manner. It was the custom originally when the dishes were uncovered for some of the servants to first partake of them, but this custom was afterward in part replaced by the servants touching the food with one of several objects which were regarded as infallible preservatives against poison. Cornered. "You must have called me late this morning, Sylvena. It was 12 o'clock when I reached the office. And I had an important appointment for 10 o'clock, too." "Why, I called you at 7:30, John." "Was the clock right?" "Yes; 1 set it last night when you came home. You remember I called downstairs when you came in and asked you what time it was. And you said 10:30. The clock in my room said 1:45. so 1 turned it back to agree with your watch, and. of course, 1 called you by the correct time this morning." Buffalo Exp- ess. Prairie Chickens. n was once so The prairk' abundant that in Kentucky, where the slave owner.- fed it to the negroes, ihey tired of it and begged their mas-.er- s mt to make them eat it. It was . oz- - luouly known as "nigger bird." To imd the prairie chicken .now one must tramp the isolated regions of the west. Even in Indian territorj' a hunter is considered lucky if he oven gets a shot at one. I have beard the old settlers say that the prairie chicken was once more abundant than the English sparrow is now. Popular Science Monthly. - if you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. . DailCCooriBr-Joorna- l, Yr al, S6.00 unday Courier-Journ- Yr $210 We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. (i ( ELL WOOD 26 W RE FENCE INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD tous question. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long The pretty girl shook her head. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights "No." she replied. Then she blithely added, "But we can always remain and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. good lie had just launched the The Same Old Issue. momen- friends." SOINCJ1 42MCH 34INCH 26INCH -fc IS INCH TyTTawvaaTwi' rt9"i JJt jf T77UT7UW I S8INCH He smiled bitterly as he reached for his hat. "Reciprocity without annexation!" he muttered and stalked away. Cleveland Plain Dealer. MWMWWMMmt KKKKHHHHHKWHWKWMWy'' "VVVmV (with a chirp) Oh. Mr. Fairleigh! Of course you may be Frank with me but this so sudden. Frank Fairleigh Yes. Miss Antique, to be frank with you Miss Antique Frank. r.i i 'VMiiwtii wiMiiii, -j- nTKK'EE'KySCTSSJSEWffraSW l,.uiii iliS&MxJ muiwu, .Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. Walter (aged five) Papa, when I grow up may I et married? Papa My son, I regret to see you anticipate trouble so early In lifeChicago News. vvneo vn bury animosity Co not set up i headstone over itn nr -- Precocious Youth. DEHLER BROS., , 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. rious Investigation, says H. Addington Bruce In the Outlook. Until then I had shared the opinion prevailing among laymen and. it would seem, among most scientists also that dreams are entirely fanciful and meaningless. But my experience waa such I could no longer believe this. To state it briefly, it Involved the recurrence of a most bizarre dream. At least twenty times during a period of six months I had the same dream-nam- ely, that a cat was clawing at my throat. The stage setting and the mi nor incidents might vary, but always the central episode was the same, and usually the fury of the dream cat's onset was so great that it would awaken me. Naturally this recurrent dream puzzled me, so much so that I spoke about it Then one day the accident of a heavy cold that settled in my throat led to a medical examination, which, much to my surprise, revealed the presence of a growth, requiring immediate treatment by the surgeon's knife. Some time afterward it suddenly occurred to me that since the removal of the dangerous growth 1 had not once been troubled by the cat clawing dream. Its significance now began to dawn on me. I had suffered no pain, not even in convenience, from the growth In mj throat. In fact 1 had not consciously been aware of its presence. But unquestionably the organic changes accompanying it had given rise to sensations which, slight though they were, had made an impression on my sleeping consciousness sufficient to excite It to activity. My recurrent dream consequently was to be regarded as a A Way They Have In Germany. symbolic representation of the elisor-'de"One day while I was in a big beer in my throat an attempt to inter garden in Bavaria," said a returned pret it, to explain It. And. indeed, traveler, "a handsome young officer in even In the dream, for all its fantastic a magnificent new uniform came in imagery and symbolism, the seat of and seated himself at a nearby table. the trouble was indicated plainly There was brought to him a big radish, enough as I could appreciate after the several slices of rye bread and a tall surgeon had completed his labors. mug of beer. Then I saw that handAn experience was reported by Alsome young officer draw from the tail fred Maury, one of the earliest scienpocket of that magnificent uniform tific investigators of the phenomena something wrapped in paper. This he of sleep, who dreamed that he was unrolled, a sweet smile playing about living in Paris during the Terror and his blond mustache as he did so. and had been put on the proscribed list. at last a piece of sausage seven or After many exciting adventures he eight inches long was revealed. My was captured, tried and sentenced to astonishment at this sight was care- execution. He saw himself dragged fully concealed. I doubt if any officer through the streets amid a clamoring of our infantry would dare attempt multitude and forced to mount the such a movement on the subsistence scaffold and bare his neck to the fata! department." Indianapolis News. blow. In that Instant as the guillotine knife descended he awoke to find that a piece of the cornice of his bed The Cleanliness of Animals. Man seems to be the only animal had fallen and struck him on the neck. Testifying even more impressively to whose food soils him. making necessary much washing and shieldlike bibs the twofold action of the dream procand napkins. Moles living in the earth ess and to its rapidity is a dream exand eating slimy worms are yet as perience of my own. In this dream clean as seals or fishes, whose lives are I was walking alone at night along a one perpetual wash. The squirrels in country road. It was lined on both these resiny woods keep themselves sides by trees which, as I learned way: not a from a man who presently joined me. clean in some hair is sticky, though they handle the were laden with fruit. I picked some gummy cones and glide about appar- pears and ate them as we walked and ently without care. The birds, too. are talked. The road seemed to overlook clean, though they seem to make a a broad valley in which I saw a soligood deal of fuss washing and cleantary light My companion told me that ing their feathers. From "My First it was in his home and invited me to Summer In the Sierras," by John Muir. pass the night with him. After a tiring walk we reached the house, a small two room cabin. He retired into Old Wedgwood. Modern Wedgwood is of greatly in- the inner room nnd I went to bed in ferior quality, and it seems improba- the outer. I had not been long asleep ble that the success attained by Josiah when, in my dreams, 1 was awakened Wedgwood will ever be reached by the noise of somebody running, and again. Of all his creations in jasper the thought instantly flashed into my his reproduction of the famous Port- mind that my host was making oft land, or Barberlni, vase (the original with my money. I leaped up shoutof which is in the British museum) is ing, "Stop, stop!" the most important. About 1790 Then I veritably awoke and as I did Wedgwood at great expense attempt- so distinctly heard on the pavement ed to make fifty replicas of his vase, below my window the sound of hurbut it is believed that not more than ried footfalls and a voice crying exthirty-fiv- e were actually finished. Of citedly. "Stop, stop!" At once it was these original pieces only about fifteen clear that these two words, penetrating to my sleeping consciousness, had have been identified. Argonaut. provided the necessary stimulus to set up a dream process which, in the fracAncient Sausages. Antiquaries are baffled In their at- tion of a second, had Interpreted them tempts to ascertain when sausages as best It could and had presented the first became an article of human con- results of its interpretation in the form sumption. We know at least that of a curious little narrative of nocturamong the ancient Greeks sausages, j nal adventure. Dreams may be produced by the called "allantes" and "chordal," were a common article of diet, and every use of artificial irritants. One sleeper, schoolboy knows, or ought to know, whose aose was lightly tickled with a that sausages, black puddings and sau- feather, had a horrible dream of a sage sellers appear in the comedies of mask of pitch being alternately applied to and drawn violently from his Aristophanes. London Telegraph. face. Another, at whose feet a hot water bag was placed, dreamed that Sad Feelings. ' "Jaggsby takes even his ' pleasures he was walking over hot lava. In a second experiment of the same sort nadly." the accidental slipping of the cover "He does?" "Yes, and to such an extent that from the hot water bag led to an elabwhen he goes on a spree he ntver sees orate dream of capture and torture bj green serpents, pink monkeys or pur- Rocky mountain bandits who insisted ple elephants like other fellows. He that the dreamer knew how to convert sees nothing but black snakes." Balti- copper Into gold and held his naked feet in a fire in order to compel him to more American. communicate his valuable secret Similarly the application of a slight degree Easily Spotted. of heat to the feet of a patient with "Is this dress apt to be easily spotparalyzed limbs was followed by a ted?" she inquired. dream of being- transformed into a "At least four blocks off, I should judge," answered the gentlemanly bear and taught to dance by behzr ..laced on red hot iron pla tea. clerk. Washington Herald. ( 1 When the sun rose on the morning of that evil day the "finest building on the finest site in the world" stood arrayed in all its glory, just as it did when Pericles received it from th' hands of its. divine architects and builders, just as it did when Plato and Socrates gazed with wonder upon its simple majesty, and when that day's sun went down the gloriousjemple was a wreck, its majesty dismantled, its beauty marred forever. This woii'lerful building, even in its ruins, has charmed the world for go lng on three centuries, and while those ruins endure they will continue their hold upon the artistic sense of mankind. The master artists of the nations have been trying for more than 200 years to make something that would look like the Parthenon, but so far their efforts have been in vain, and the dismantled pile on the Acropolis still wears the crown of architectural excellence. This famous building, made of the finest Pentelic marble. Is 22S feet in length by 101 feet in width, with a height at the apex of the pediment of sixty-fiv- e feet. Its cost was $8,250,000, reckoned In present day values. The renowned frieze of the Parthenon ran along the top of the wall forty feet from the ground. It was three and a half feet in height and 520 feet in length and represented the great procession, which was held every five years in honor of Athena, the protecting goddess of the city. For 2,000 years this glorious temple Acropolis as perfect stood there as it was when Phidias completed it nearly 500 years before the birth of Christ, and it would have been standing just as complete today but for that rascally Venetian shell. In the year mentioned above Athens, still in the possession of the Turks, was besieged by the Venetians, add a bomb from one of their guns falling through the roof of the Parthenon, in which the Turks had stored a lot of powder, Mt it the ruin it has ever since remained. Rev. T. B. Gregory in New York American. Pan-atheuic DREAM'S CURIOUS SEQUEL It Explained the Meaning of the Oft Recurring Fancy That a Cat Was Clawing the Slumberer's Throat. Rapidity of the Dream Process. It was a personal experience of a singular character that first impressed upon me, some years- - ago, the impor- tance of dreams as a subject for se- 1911 BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR 0RDE Y(W WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR on-th- FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best afternoon paper printed anywhere. Has the best corps of corresj pondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the general news fieldi completely. Ha? the best and fullest mar1 r kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. g SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. Putting uP Sausage to Keep This reciept has been sent in by a southern sister, and she asked you wish to that you try it. m3-sterio- 'If have sausage for next summer's eating, here is a safe way to put ic up. Grind the meat fine, and to fifteen pounds of the meet add one cupfull of salt, four level tablespoonful of ground black pepper. Mix this well wTith the hands, make into cakes and fry nearly done.Place the fried cakes where they will get cold this is important, After they are cold pack them in a tin can closely, and pour the surplus lard over the packed cakes, and if there is not enough lard to cover the sausage half an inch, melt of the lard will drain into the sausage,so plenty of well melted lard must be used. Cover the. tin can close and keep in a more-Considerable cool place, when you open the can next summer, scrape thelard away so you can get out what you want, taking from the top layer, then press it back carefully so as to exclude the air, doing this every time the can is opened. Small cans should be used.. No - sage or other seasoning is used. Never examine a presented equine in the eaters j Louisville, Ky. Who keeps one end in view maker iil things sure. Browning. Life' without laughing ls.fi drear s olank. Thackeray. " 8 S,E THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. boast of having the seconcUbest -'' town in tKe 'county. '- -r- - The coldest weather of the son on hands atlthis time. We have plenty of ice on our sea- . ' ;- - ' Owensby. Miss Clara Helm, of Columbia , spent the holidays with her sisThe health of "this community ter, Mrs. Joe Kearns. ' is not very good at present. Mrs. Nannie Lee White, who Gadberry. ' . ALL ATTRACT ONS The health of this community lis very good at thiswriting. creek at this time. Mr. John Lawless died at his Mr. J. H. Smith, is preparing home near Sewellton,last Sunday to build a large tobacco barn. Ray Flowers, of Columbia, morning Dec. 31, Ml, a victim was here one day last week on of pneumonia fever and his wife is very low is not expected to rebusiness. J. A. Diddle, spent last Friday cover. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lawless, night in Greensburg. e Mike Winfrey, deputy sheriff Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lawless, and of Columbia, was calling on some Mrs. Gertie Holt, visited at Mr. of our citizens to appear before 'Deri Hudsons last Monday. Miss Allen Morrison, Jamesthe Board of supervisors last Fritown, is spending a few days day. W. W. Yates, of Edmonton, with her aunt, Mrs. Edd Lawspent a day or?so injour midst less. Mr. and Mrs. Deal Hudson, last week. Mr. W. M. Moss andfsister, of gave the young folks a party last Greensburg, visited relatives Monday night. There were about present. All had nice here a day or so the first'lof the forty-fiv- e time and enjoyed themselves fine. week. i I Austin Wilmore, 'is spending a few days in Nashville Tenn., this week. Uncle Charlie Yates, was on the sick list a few days of last week. Mr. J. A. Diddle"!and family, have movedjto Columbia. We regret to give up some of our best citizens. J. A. Wilmore, returned to his school at Lexington, the first of the week. Mr. J. H. Smith, finished delivering his last year's crop of tobacco to Neil and Mell, last week which amounted in dollars and cents oveionejthousand dollars. Quite a numberof ourtobacco men, will be on the Louisville market next week with the expectation of selling, if the prices "are satisfactory. Mr. W. L. Winters and family, are now oecupying'the residence of Mr. J. A. Diddle. Strong Hill, one of our business men spent a day or so in Green county kst week seeing after his affairs. Messrs. J.A.Hill, Dock Walker, and all the Diddle boys, entered school at Columbia last Monday. Mr. H. C. Hill, after spending the Holidays with his friends, started on his work last Monday up in the blue grass region. Mr. Charlie Sparks, and Wes Parson, attended court at Columbia last Monday and as usual Mr. Sparks brought back a much better horse than he took up. Mr. Parson failed to make a deal. Mr. R. W. Shirley, of Milltown Community, was in our midst one day last week and informed us that Uriah Bradshaw and his crew of hands, the noted barn builders in Adair county, have just completed a large and commodious feed barn for him and that work was pushed from the beginning and they were only a short time in doing the work and it was done up to order in every particular. Mr. Shirley says he certainly can recomend them to any one that wants a barn built. The Gradyville State Bank made a call some thirty days ago for the remainder of the capital stock to be paid in the first of Jan. we have been reliably informed that almost all the stock holders are responding. The Bank notwithstanding the oppressive times in money matters, has done a fine business and so for as we constitu-ant- s know one and all of her are well pleasad with all of her statements. This new institution connected with other advantages of our town has "caused steady growth and we can visited has been sick for some' time has relatives at Glensfork last Sun- about recovered, Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery day. Mr. Lander Bryant will open Department Hurt & McClister our school at this place January 8. With its wonderful selection c i the best that the marmerchants are enjoying a Mr. and Mrs. Mont Cohover ket affords, offers Special attractive Bargains every fine trade. and children spent Thursday at day in the week. The Fall Line of passed off very quietly Mr. S. M. McKinley's. around here with the exception W. D. Bryant, wife and little Carpets-Linole- um of a little driffking. daughter, visited Edmund Bryant The following persons were and family, Saturday. Makes shopping aour store pleasant and profitable. present at the home of Mrs. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are Mr. N. G. White is spending a Sarah G. Henson last Sunday. few days with always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug his sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Frankum, Store. Roberts, near Sano. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Morrison and ivir. u. Li. wnson gave a supchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Robert per Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, at his new house recently Johnson and children. built, Friday night of A Incorporated Mr. J. R. Murrell did business prize was to be given the pretti522 and 524 West Market St. in Columbia Monday. est girl, and the one bringing the Master Leslie Morrison who nicest cake. It is our underhas been confined to his bed with standing that Miss Ruth Bryant, pneumonia' is improving at this of Roy, received both prizes. Mrs. Candus Lawless, Allena writing. There was also a guessing conMorribon, and Mr. Owen McKin- Miss Mattie Frankum visited test, in which Mr. Ben Burton ley, spent the day at Mr. W. J. Miss Emma Young last Sunday. was the winner. Lawless's last Wednesday. Mr. Millard Young and Miss' Wholesale and Retail Miss Stella Long, gave a party Dirho. Young visited their uncle last Tuesday night. There was a Mattie Jim Barnes, Breeding, was large crowd, all had a nice time. Mr. W. H. Young Wednesday night of last week, here one day last week. Misses Cecil and Eva Oaks, All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, Sash, Doors and'BIinds Mr. S. L. Bennett who has James English, Columbia, was Ellen Knight, and Allena MorColumbia, Kentucky. been in very delicate health for here several days last week buyrison, were the guests of Olga and Sallie Lawless, last Monday several weeks remains no better. ing tobacco. He bought several Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young crops at from $3 to $5 per cwt. night. Mrs. Matilda Coffey, visited visited at the home of Mr. James Otis England, Sparksville, past Mrs. Sophia Lawless last Thurs- Frankums last Thursday. through here one day last week The Adair Coimly News and Courier-kmday. Mrs. Nannie Johnson left a enroute to Amandaxille. ioth One Year for 3150. Maggie Marcum, Esto, is visit- few days ago for Nashville, j. H. Campbell sold a yoke od ing her uncle and aunt, Mr, and wnere sne wm spena uie remain- - calves to Dr. G Ti Simpson for Mrs. Mack Clemons, this week. der of the winter with her daugh-- 1 40, Mrs. Mart Ciayton, spent last ter Mrs. W. M. Coleman. ,, m. j.ue yuung xuiKs 01 tne week with relatives at Jamesv, C. C. Jones of Columbia, mnmfv mf uv n m town. visited relatives at this place last Stotts last Saturday night for a DR. M. W. DEPP, Dertist, Born, to the wife of Stanley Sunday. social singing. All report a nice Work Guaranteed Office over People's Bank. Carnes, jast week a boy. Mr. Luther Gadberry spent a time. Edmonton, Kentucky. The meeting at Liberty, is prog- very pleasant day at the home of Olga, the little son of Mr. and ressing nicely conducted by Mr. A. K. Stone last Wednes- Mrs. Melvin Petty burned his Bro Gooding from Clinton Co. day. hand very bad one day last Mrs. Orley Holt, who has been Mr. Z. L. Darnell who has week. The older members of HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID sick for several weeke"is able to FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES been sick for several days is able the family were out of the room Wool on Commission. Vrlls tor prlc; be out again. list mentioning this al to be on the stage of action and he crawled up to the stove Mr. and Mrs. Mack Clemons, Estaailined. 1837 again. which was very hot and placed JOHN WHITE & CO. LwisviLliicr. MtoS&F PTC it spent last Monday night with his hand upon it with the result Mr. E. 0. White and Mr. J. V. their daughter, Mrs. Charlie White, of Columbia, accompanied above mentioned. Edwards. preacher for the past t last Monday night, was largely Rev. Sullivan began a series of Methodist Misses Nellie and Sarah Clem- by Mr. Leslie Johnson and Mr. fifteen months, moved to Souls attended, and all present seemed ons, visited friends and relatives Y. E. Hurt, enjoyed a nice hunt meetings at Independence last Chapel, Taylor county, last to enjoy the occasion, Monday night. He will be assistat this place last Thursday. at Esto last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas, week. Rev. Black is a fine Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson ed by Reva. Campbell and Jessee Mr. Jurd Winfrey, Jamestown, christian gentleman, and we are were visiting their mother and Owensby visited their sister Mrs. Sam and it 'is hoped that they may is ,with his sieter, at father, Mr. and Mrs. Smiley, at sorry to give him up. ' Royse of Garlin last Wednesday. have a great revival. for a few months. Moley Clark moved to Meadow Campbellsville last week. Mr. Finley Gaskin, is moving Brad-shaThe social at Mr. A. D. Mr. Taylor Pickett, of 111., Sparksville. Creek, Taylor county, la3t week. Dento his new residence near was largely attended and bought of Mrs. Lizzie Thomas 4 R. B. Wilson made a business mark. enjoyed by all present. fat hogs at 5 cents. Mr. J. T. Gilpin and Mr. Olie trip to Louisville, last week. Misses Maud and Liddie Stone Breeking were in Columbia Mr. Owen Beard, of Little Cak, last Mr. Jo M. Turner, who has A Sure Enough Surprise. and Miss Emma Young were the Thursday. is visiting in this neighborhood been in failing health for the pleasant guests of Miss Mattie this week. Mr. Austin Gilpin happened to past two months is not improvMiss Mary Hunter, of GradyOn January the 3rd, . the rel- Frankum last Thursday. a painful accident last week ing much. However, we hope to ville, was visiting Miss Mattie atives of Mrs. Margaret Perrv-ma- n Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murrell while getting out staves. His see him out soon. Hatcher last week. gave her a surprise birthday spent laat Sunday with their thumb was severely mashed. Mr. D. J. Comer sold his house Miss Effie Pollard, was visiting brother Mr. S. L. Murrell. Mrs. Melvin Janes is very sick and lot to Mrs. Susie Page, last dinner. The women came with Miss mint Thomas last week. Mr. R. T. Gadberry, wife and at this writing. week, for $650. We understand their baskets filled with good Mr. Wallace Beard, who dislittle daughters, visited Mr. and Miss Lena Dooley was visiting that Mr. Comer will go to Colum- missed his school on the account things to eat, and the men came Mrs. C. G. Morrison Sunday. bia. with saw and ax, and cut and of sickness, is back again and at J. F. Gilpin's last week. Ozark. Mr. Short Moore and family will finish his school. hauled enough wood to do the Mr. Bob English was in Sparksrest of the winter. When the have moved to Louisville. Miss Birt Thomas, is visiting Mis. Robt., Hudson is suffer- ville, last Wednesday. bell rang we men went to the Mr. Richard Hubbard, of this her sirter, Mrs. Alice Chapman, Rev. Phipps, visited A. W. ing with rheumatism. call, and found a table almost place," was run down by an auto- of Columbia this week. The school at this place taught Roe, one night last week. loaded down, and soon afterward Miss Mattie Hatcher, is visitmobile in Louisville last WednesT. L. Roe is running a blackby Miss Ahnie E. Montgomery, we were en j 03 ing ourselves. We day night, and painfully hurt. ing Miss Mary Hunter this week. smith shop at Sparksville, and is closed January the 2nd. certainly enjoyed the dinner, and He was conveyed to a hospital, A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. Mr. Ike Montgomery, who has going to put in a gasoline mill his wounds dressed, and his Margaret we feel most sure Aunt very soon. enjoyed the wood getting. Those been in poor health for several physician stated he would be To warn people of a fearful forest MrTilden Wheeler moved able to come home in about two fire in the Catskills a y ung girl rode months, is not so well at this present were as follows: horse-bacat midnight and many from Gradyville, to Sparksville, weeks. J. C. Hale and wife, I. A. Hale writing. lives. Her deed was glorious but lives Mr. P. B. Simmons, of Eller, last week. Miss Laura Herriford, of this and wife, J. W. Hale and wife, are often saved by Dr. King's New Mr. Henry Corbin was at the place, spent the holidays in Mrs. Nevada Bernard and little Russell county, has rented the Discovery in curing lung trouble, daughter, Golda Belle, C. C. widow Hurt's property, near Ep- bedside of his daughter, near Nashville, Tenn., returning coughs and coull, which might have home lastweek. Basil, last week. t ended in consumption or pneumonia. Hale, wife ;and little daughter, person's mill. "It cured me of a dreadful cough and Mr. Finas Corbin, of near Nell, Ruby Oaks, J. L. Hale, Marcus Mr. Ethel Bryant, brother of Milltown. lung disease," writes W. R. .Patterson, father, at this Hale, M. F. Hale, W. T. Hale, Mr. Walker Bryant, who has was visiting-hi- s Wellington Tex,, "after four in our Misses Tinie, Surrilda, Mattie been farming in Oklahoma, for place last week. Miss Maud Thomas, of Corbin, family had died with consumption, and and Bertha Hale. several years, is visiting his relwas visiting her mother, Mrs. and I gained 87 pound." Nothing so Cane Valley. Mrs. Perryman .was the re- atives here. He spent Saturday Pate Thomas, during the holi- sure and safe for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and jjl.00. Trial t. cipient of several nice presents. and Sunday with Prof. Albert days.' Guaranteed by Eaull bottle free. : Rev. Black, who has. been. our A Nephew. Bryant, of this place. . The party at Jim Hatcher's, Drag Co, Mr. JHollis Morrison up-to-da- te X-m- as X-m- as. i anctusicy & Co. LUMBER f ml , n- - PAINLESS Dentistry at PAINLESS Pricess oil : ws - k - . 1