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Thursday Louisville Times contains the following: Charged by her own father with perjury, Mrs. Albert Edwards, formerly Theresa Dowel!, of Green county. Ky., is returning to Jeffersonville, Ind , with her husband, in custoday of Chief of Police Mike Wall, f Jeffersonville, as the finale of an elopement honey-mooThey were apprehended at Mason City, 111. The young man said to be nineteen years old. and the girl, said to be only fifteen years old, left their homes near Gfeensburg one week ago last Tuesday and eluded the Louisville police, who had oeen asked to apprehend them They were followed to Jeffersonville by Thoma3 Dowell, a well known farmer of Green county, father of. the bride, who swore out warrants foi their arrests upon which requisition papers by Gov Thomas R. Marwere shall, of Indiana, and which were honored by the Governor of Illinois Mr Dowe 1 declared that his principal object in swearing out the warrants is to reach and prosecute Carl Dawson, who made the additional affidavit required by the Indiana marriage law, and to have the marriage am ulled because of the infancy of his daughter. Saturday's dailies stated that all the' parties had landed in Jeffersonville, and also another married daughter of Mr Dowell, who lives out west. She was at work to bring about a reconciliation Announcements. Mr and Mrs. W. R. Myers, of this city, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Myrtle, to air. E. B. Barger. The wedding will be solemnized at the home of the intended bride's parent's early in March. Judge J. H. Williaims Death. Court. At Graded School. On last Wednesday morning, at chapel, Rev. J. R. Crawford was present and gave a most excellent talk. His subject was, "Is it Ever Right to Telia Lie?" Previously each high school pupil had written his opinion on the question, which had been given' to Brother Crawford. The talk was interesting and helpful, and will boar fruit Friday morning Brother Weldon was present and gave a talk on Sin. Ha showed by illustration with chemicals, the effect sin has ones life, and also how the life is purified by the entering in of Christ. His talk was good. Every pupil was interested. Couuty Judge and Magistrates of Green County Claimed in Comtempt. BONDS ARE NOT SETTLED. n. (Saturday's Post ) The long exp ected crisis in the affairs of Green county, when came today B. Baskin, George DuRelle, E. F. Trabue. A P Humphrey and James S. Pirtle swore to affidavits asking for the immediate citation before Federal Judge Watler Evans of County Judge Elliott Graham and Magistrates G. P. Durrett, R T Close, E. C Coffey and J. J. Russell.of Green county, to show cause why they should not be punished for contempt for alleged disobedience of the court's orders in the matter of the collection of $250 000, which the Supreme Court of the United States has held to be due on bonds issued years ago by the taxing authorities of Green county. For more than a year the officials of Green ccunty and the attorneys for the bondholders have been playing a game of hide and seek in the Kederal Court, but the attorneys for the bondholders say the crisis has now come and that before many days are over the County Judge and the Green county magistrates will be star boarders at the Jeff erson county bastile. The affidavits will be filed before Judge Evans Monday, and it is understood that the citation of the County Judge and the magistrates will at once be granted. Later will come Judge Evans' decision as to what shall be done. Ky.. Attorneys John An announcement that will be of much interest to their friends in this city, is the marriage of Miss Mary Callison, the attractive daughter, of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Callison, to Mr. J. M Rogan, of this city. Thedateofthe marrioge has been set for February 12 The ceremony will be performed at the home of the bride's parents The bride elect is popular in" the social circles in Middlesboro. and a number of pretty affairs are being planned in her honor. The groom to be is a member of the hard- cemctary ware firm of Rogan Bros. Co., and is one of our most successful young busAssistant iness men. Middlesboro Record pre-nupti- The intelligence of the death of the subject of this writing reached here last Wednesday morning. The end came Tuesday night in Campbellsville where Judge Williams had resided for many years He was ofVirginian served in the Confederate army, locating in and marrying Miss Sallie Blavey, of Campbellsville, soon after the close of the civil war. They reared a family of children, Mrs. J T. Barbee, of this place, being one of the number, who was with her father when tha and came. For a number of years the diseased was City Judge of the town of Camp-be- l sville. He was about 74 yaars old, a member of the Baptist church. A great many friends attended the funeral. The interment was in Brookside by-birt-h Monday was the lirst day of circuit ccurt, but on account of the cold and disagreeable weather, only a small crowd was in town Only those who were compelled to come put in appearance. Judge Carter arrived in due time, and about the noon hour he had completed his instructions to the grand jury and that body went to work in the afternoon The petit jury was also empaneled, and the trying of cases commenced The names of the gentlemen who compose the Juries will be published next week. The docket for this term is, about up to the average. R Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. a Sargent-at-Arm- s. A good time to take out life insurance is at the beginning of the year The best dividend paying company, perfectly 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. t A ad the reports intimated that she Pleasant Surprise Party. this, Russell delightfully Ash-broo- would be successful In our judgment The young people of Mr. Edwards and wife have returned to Springs community, were Illinois and Mr. Dowell to his home in Mr. M. Cravens, of this place, is AsSargent-at-Arm- of the Kentucky House of Representatives, having received his appointment the first of last week, ne has entered upon the discharge of his duties, and there is not a doubt but he will make an excel ent officer. If we are correctly informed the appointment came to Mr. Cravens without his asking, and under such circumstances it was certainly a compliment, one not only appreciated by him, but all his Adair county friends. sistant To warn people of-fearful forest fire in the Catskills a y ung girl rode at midnight and 3ved many Russell Lodge, No 284, F. and A. M., horsp-baclives. Her deed was glorious but lives elected the following officers for the are often saved by Dr. King's ensuing year: in curing lung troublo, M. S. Knight,-M. coughs and could, which might have L. E. Bernard, S. W. Lee A. Lawless, J. W. ended in consumption or pneumonia. H H. Dunbar, Sec'y. 'It cured me of a dreadful cough and G. F. Jones, Treasurer. lung disease," writes W. R. Patterson. J. R Holt, S. D. Wellington Tex., "after four in our W, A. Brown, J. D. family had died with consumption, and F. W. Leach, Tyler. and I gained 87 pound." Nothing so Ehhu ollins, Chaplain. sure and safe for all throat and lung W. S. Kean ) troubles. Price 50c and 1.00. Trial Stewards. O D, Smith bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co, k New-DiscoverW. Electin of Officers. Likes the News. Mr. H. C. Walker, Biadfordsville, says: Enclosed you will find one dollar to pay you for the Adair County News for the year 1912. I can't think of giving up my old home paper. I am always glad to hear from my Adair county friends, and the first thing I look for when I get the News, 13 the letter from my old home, Gradyville. Wm. M. Wilmore has been a faithful correspond ent and I always enjoy his letters. I hope he will continue them every week. With best wishes for trie News and all of its correspondents, I remain as ever your friend. . T If you want to keep posted during subscribe for the Daily The price of the C.J. is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your subscription to The News office, we wiH furnish the Daily Courier-Journand our paper one year each for $1.00. Thifi offer is good during January and 1912, Counea-Journa- l. al writing from the year Quit post Office Mr. Green county. Plans Failed To Materialize. A few weeks ago we announced that a new firm, Taylor, Evans & Yotmg had organized and that another dry goods store would be launched in Columbia The contract drawn and submitted was not to the liking of all the parties, hence nothing was accmplish-ed- , and the new store abandoned. Mr. Marvin Young who was to have baen one of the firm, will coutinue in the grocery business at his p'esent location. During the months of January 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. The Daily Courier Journal, three months and the Adair County News one year for $2.00. Remember that this unprecedented offer is good only in the months of January and February. Now is the time to subscribe. This is Presidential year and every body should l, al entertained last Tuesday evening, at k the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Quite a number of interesting - on the Road. a very J. H. Judd, who has been HISTORY OP THE CASE. The facts in the case from the standpoint of the attorneys of the bondhold rs as portrayed in the affidavits as sworn today for presentation in court Monday, areas follows: Years ago Green county, Ky., authorized the issuing of bonds and spent the money for bridges and other thing The bonds remained unpaid, and the sum totals $250,000. Suit was filed in the Federal court against the county, and a judgment for xhe full amount was rendered. This decision was confirmed by the Supreme Court of the United States. In the meantime Green county is without a Sheriff. No cnt will take the place, for such an offcer would be required to collect from each Green county property owner S3 on eacn $100 worth of property to pay these bonds. games were played, good music, was rendered by the host, and all" report a most enjoyable time. The following were present: Egbert .Smith, Rose Ashbrook, Hollis Smith, Alda Foley, Walker Cravens Jr , Ada B. Foley, Mary Leach, Montie Abe Cravens, Wormack, Flora Ashbrook, Dee Smith, Clara Foley, Adonis Ashbrook, Pearl Gaskin, Henry McElroy, Rosa Smith, Loren Womach, Zella Gaskin, Owen White, .lack Robertson, Dee Tarter, Dallas Wade, Owen Brown and Lindsey Snow. For Sale. My farm containing 48 acres, on Jamestown and Columbia road 8J miles East of Columbia and 1$ miles In February, 1911, the attorneys above mentioned applied to Federal Judge Evans for a writ punishing County Judge Graham and the Magistrates above named for violating the decrees of court in that they had ap pointed one L. E McGinnis. special tax collector, with orders to collect only the regular csunty tax for the support of the county government omitting all orders as to the collection of the money for the bonds. VcGinnis at once resigned, and when the County Judge and the magistrates appeared before Judge Evans the latter held that some doubt existed if the Green county officers had been properly notified of the order of the court. The defendants w.ere thereupon dismissed, but not until solemn warning from the court had been given not to trifle with the court's rulings. CHARGE DISREGARD OF ORDER. West of Montpelier. Good location, school and church lots join this land. Will sell at a bargain if sold at once. Call on Z..A. Taylor, Montpelier, Ky. 8-- 4t I Was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay in New Orleans in 1842 Mighty costly One even'ng last week Niss Mabel for those with stomach trouble or inConover, entertained quite a number of digestion. To day people every where her young friends. Refreshments use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these were served and the occasion proved to troubles as well as Jiver. kidnev and be one of great enjoyment The young bowel disorders. Easy, safe,sure-peoplof town who attended speak of , Only 25 cts at Paull, Drug Co. the event in the most complimentary J e keep posted. 8IOO Per Plate. 'band It is believed that McGinnis will at once resign, and that the collection of county taxes will come to an end. But tho question of what to do with the County Judge and the Magistrates remain. Some of the attorneys believe that Judge Evans will find in this allege second disobedience of his orders ft round lor drastic action. The bondholders feel that they now .have a threat chance to get their money, while the taxpajers of Green county dj not know if they can even be made to pay 1 Attorneys DuRelle. Baskin and others now allege that they have just ascertained that County Judge Graham and the magistrates have again had McGinnis out collecting taxes for the support of the county goverment, and that the order or the court has been flagrantly violated. They allege that McGinnis is at present collecting such taxes and that Judge Graham and his associates are receiving their salaries. They ask, therefore, that Judge Graham and the n agistrates be at once brought into court to be punished for contempt. Although none can say positively what the next step in the game will be, everybody agrees that a crisis is at county taxes. Mrs. Carrie Walker, of Nell, widow of the late S. R. Walker, will remove to Columbia for the purpose of educating her children. She will occupy the Paul Waggener residence, on Burkes-vill- e street. The members of the Baptist Church will please bear in mind that next SunFrightful Polar Winds day is the last Sunday of the quarter Plow with terrific force at the far for Home Missions Only eight of the north and play havoc with the skin, envelopes have been handed in. Please causing red, rough or sore chapped be on hand next Sunday morning and hands and lips, that need Bucklen's bring your envelope well filled. There Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes will be no service at night on account the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled of the meetings at the Presbyterian I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, for colds sores, also burns, boils, sores, Church which cost only 15 cents more than the ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only D H. Howerton, Pastor. 5i bushel barrel which you buy else25 cents at Pau'l Drug Co. 33-where. Sam Lewis. Capt, W W. Bradshaw, of this p ace, who is sojourning in Barren county, For Sale. Atterd J. F. Neat's sale Feb., 1, at has been, so we learn, a victim of several sick spells recently. It is hoped his residence Stock, grain and maI have 210 acres of land for Pale. that he will soon be himself at his chinery will be offered, and also his Located 2J miles East of Columbia, comfortable home in Columbia, but we farm. Ky. Addre?s. would not advise him to take the road F. C. Brase. R. F. D. 1. Notwithstanding the bad roads, cold during the present weather conditions. Cairo, 111. weather and disagreeable traveling, a ll-Mr. D. J. Comer, who lived in Cane fair crowd came in Monday to be Valley for the last two years, has re- - present at the opening: of circuit court. Speaker Terrell placed Hon. Walter moved to Columbia, and is occupying a Besides the Jurors there were many S. Sinclair, Representative from Adair residence owned by Judge H. C. Baker, witnesses, enough to more than fill the During the and Cumberland, on the following ' on the Glasgow road He will open a large court auditorium Committees: Forestry, blacksmith shop back of the old hotel day the merchants and other business men did a fairly good business- There Improvement, Public Ditches and building. were sever mule and horse buyers on Fences, Public Monuments and HistorThe property of R. B. Wilson, sold the square, and some stock changed ical Records. by the Master Commissioner Monday, hands. brought prices as follows. The store People are attending court under dif- house to A. R. Feeso, S650; the dwellOrton Malone, a young man about ficulties this week. The roads are slick ing and lot to J. W. Sublett, for $1500;, twenty-si- x years old, whose home was Mr..Con-ov-- -, and the weather pinching. on Big "Willis Creek, Cumberland counthe farm to Ro;jer Page, $1750. Jaile-- , however, is keeping rhe ty, was found frozen to death. He had the ciurt room as comfortable as fire been to Celina, Tenn , and not finding a will make. Mr. J. F. Triplett, has removed his steam boat, he was on his return trip undertaker's business from Hie room home, afoot. But few people live in The snow was a God send to the over Geo. E. Wilsons store to upstairs section where he was found. wheat crop. If it had not fallen the apartments in the new Paull Drug the wheat crops in thi3 country would have Co's., building. The thermometers in town did not suffered, and many fields would have register alike this (Tuesday) morning. been chilled out. Dr. T.'A. 'Smith requests us to state that the situation in Oklahoma was not They were from ten ato sixteen below. ' Mr. J. H. Judd has government therThe thermometer registered ten de- to his liking, and that he has returned mometer and it registered at 4 am., crees be'ow zero here last Saturday to Columbia, and can be found in his ten below. office daily. moraing at 6 o'clock. fine-"Fo3t terms. --j Jt Here is a remedy that will cure your l cold. Why waste time and meney exMr A. G. Norri3, was here a few perimenting when you can get a predeys ago. paration that has won a world-wid- e Mr. W. R. Lyon, was here last reputation by its cures of this disease Thursday. and can always be depended upon? It is known everywhere as Chamberlain's Mr. W. E. Morgan, of Amandaville, The Lindsey-Wilso- n hill and the hil Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of was here Monday. on Scott Montgomery's lands were alive real merit. For sale by Paull Drug Co, with humanity last Saturday and up to Mr. Ray Flowers, spent a dav or two nine o'clock Saturday night. The young I last week in Louisville. For Sale. people were coasting, the snow affording an opportunity for a great deal of Mr. J. Q. Alexander, spent last A complete saw mill outfiV.ither size enjoyment. Wednesday in Columbia. 35 boiler 25 engine, Giser or 25 boiler, Mr. O. S. Beck and wife, of this 20 engine Case, with night saw rig. A Hero In A Lighthouse. Reasonable price, cash or trade. This county, left Here Monday morning for For years J S Donahue, So. Haven, machinery is new and as good as made. Oklahoma, Mich., a civil war captain, as a light- Write, wire or call ou us. Mr Twyman Atkins, of Montana, Wolford Bros. house keeper, averted awful wrecks, arrived Monday night, to visit relaCasey Creek, Ky. but a queer fact is, he might have been tives and friends. a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters Mr, Sam Harden and Mr. Henry The meeting at the Presbyterian had not prevented. "They cured me of Parrott, of Campbellsville, were here kidney trouble and chills," he writes, church will likely continue through this days ago. "after I had taken other so called cures week. Rev. Crawford is delivering a few Mr. H. A. walker and Mr. W. U. for years, without benefit and they strong and entertaining sermons, memalso improved my sight. Now at seven- bers of all denominations attending. A Gill, were in the Louisville tobacco r ty, I am feeling dyspepsia, cordial invitation is extended to the market last week. indigestion, all stomach, liver and kid- public, and the church building should Mr. Walker Cravens, who live3"afc ney troubles, they're without equal.Try be filled each evening. Illiopolis, III,, is visiting his home folks them. Only oOcts. at Paull Drug Co. at Humbl-- , Russell county The Board of Supervisors finished Mr. J. T. Barbee, attended the futheir work last Friday. A few properneral of his father-in-laSALT FOR SALE. Judge J. H. ty holders were raised, and some were 9-l- m efficient deputy postmaster at this place for more than a year, tendered his resignation a few days ago, to take effect the 20th of this month, and is succeeded by Mr. J. M Russell, who is an experienced post master, and is very accommodating. n Mr. Judd who is in this and adjoining counties has accepted a position with Altsheler & Co , wholesale grocers, Louisville, and will go "on the road," making his first round the latter part of this month. He is a man of fine business attainments, and is alto gether reliable, and we feel sure that he will command a good trade throughout this part of Kentucky. well-know- February. For Rent. Two houses and lots. G. Apply to. P. Smythe. PERSONAL .. 4t lnter-Naticn- al J - 1 ! Mr. U. N. Whitlock, went to Louisville last week with the intention of A fine mare, which was the property selling what tobacco he had on the of T. A. Chastine, who lives in the market. Keltner precinct, fell on the ice and Mr. E. O. White, who has been with broke one of her legs. She had lo be friends in Columbia and out in the killed country for several weeks , left for Memphis, Tenn , Satnrday morning. Who Preaches Next Sunday. Jude J. C Carter and Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Commonwealth's Attorney, reached Columbia Mondav mornColumbia, Rev. J. R. Crawford. ing and soon thereafter circuit court Columbia, Rev J. W. Weldon. Columbia, Rev. D. H. Howerton. was opened. Pleasrrit Hill, Eld. Z. T. Williams. Mrs. B. W Todd, daughter of Dr. and Mrs W. F. Cartwright, who went . Evans Bros., who live on Green river, to Colorada Springs for the benefit of sold a steer to J. C. Durham & Bros., the health of her son. Francis, has re- - ' last week, that was one year and ten turned to Columbia. The child greatly days old It weighed 840 pounds, and improved. it brought 5J cents per pound. Messrs. J A English, G F PendleMr Sel Bennett, who met with a ton. Ed Whitlock. Titus Mercer, Allen stroke of paValysis several weeks ago, Keltner and Elbert Nell, who went to is improving some, and hopes to be Louisville to sell tobacco, did not find the market ripe and returned home himself again in a short time. with out selling. Mrs. Richardson, mother of 'Mr Mr. J. H Wamack and daughter, of Hugh Richardson, this place, has sold Central 111 . who have been visiting mv her far n in Cumberland county and tjieir old community in this section, left will buy property in Columbia and rethis morning fqr their home. Before, move to this pluce. their departure the News was ordered and paid for twelve months. John Squires bought a thorougbred Aberdeen calf, six months old from "Mr. R. B, Couover, who has been making nis nomemJNew Urlean, La., Marcus Ellis for $25 00. for sonic tim?, is at home for an in-- . definite period. His eyes have beem Wanted, at the My res u'eed Mill, giving him a great deal of trouble of good corn, Will pay the.highestmark- late, and he will remain at home until, et price. r get lowered. The board worked diligently during the alloted time. Williams, at Campbellsville. ' tf they better. $- ,r - Y THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS ( A Confession. rows-- Anything and everything BY ELLIOTT S. BURNS. But the gold the sunbeams bring. "Imprisonment for life!" To Not withstanding the fact that the reader these words mean I am not consiously guilty of the little, but ,lo the writer they shedding of human blood. I repaesent everything, This .mesneeds must suffer remorseful sage of warningto young men, agony of mind so long as I shall and, well may I add, young wolive the greatest punishment that men, will scarcely have been could be inflicted upon a human read ere the writer shall have apbeing. A pardon, after a lapse proached those cold, bleak walls of years, would mean but little of the state's prison, entered its to me. I would ermerge from doors and heard the ponderous prison walls broken in spirit, thud of the huge iron gates as physically wrecked, only to be they close behind him Death pillar to post by an nrnhrihlv t.n hp Tiis lihprnfmv kicked from ... x j .- .!T V. . puouq. jcjveu a, Gazing backward, in his mind's unsympatnizing , , , , . possession 01 countless stocks aim eye he reads above the portal. bonds, houses and lands fine rai"Who enters here leaves hope ment and splendid equipages behind!" could not drown the sorrow that I shall become a "lifer" ap- fills my heart. parently disinherited by humaniVerily, young man, young ty and disavowed by the Alfor is food woman, here mighty. I say apparently, for thought. While you posessit "God's ways are inscrutable.', appreciate the freedom that is Witness the career of Saul of thy heritage "Keep your record Tarsus the deliberate instigator With brain now clear nf rjprsp.p.nHnn nnrl slaughter. clean?" of alcohol, and my heart, God spoliation and murder, he who being my helper, centered upon was on hand to guard the clothes, ,. . . -- -- , P 1 thoughts often revert to that liberty once mine and of which I so ruthlessly dispossessed myself. It meant the fragrance of the beautiful flowers, the notes of robin and the whipporwill, the music of the babbling brook; the chirp of the cricket and katydid the gentle touch of tbe coolove. d ing breeze, the dewy grass There is a redemption for at sunrise snd the golden every man if he but turn to"that sunset at eventide: the breathing which is good," and strictly ad- - of God's free air in its sweet here to the laws of both God and purifcy . the bursting of buds int0 his country. In my seven blossom at springtime; the s' stay behind prison barslfingon a hot 8ummePa day of I, perhaps, have read more of the cold crystal-pur- e water from Holy Writ than during the entire the budding spring, and the scar-yeaof my previous life. I And let and gold of wood and field at that the Christ is the greatest autumn time. A11 these things exponent of mercy. In the ser-- , and many others which should ' mon on the mount, He said onstitute for anyone a well. "Blessed are the merciful, for!spring of happiness, are lost to they shall obtain mercy," Even me forever upon the cross, surrounded by! j am not the fool that you , His crucifiers, He prayed, "Fath-- have pr0Ven yourself to be,"may er. forgive them for they know be your thought My answer is not what they do." And I de-- 1 that if you be nofc watchfulf God being my judge, in cumstances of which you little the commission of the offense dream may conspire to make you with which I stand convicted, I just such as l The human body knew not what I did. The pri- - may be likened unto a machine-m- ary causes of this tragedy are let the main member thereof be-nfor public discussion, but, as come disordered or out of plumb, a warning to others, I wish to and the entire machine tears the fact that to intox- - self to pieces and the best drink is due the terrible chines get out of order. Keep outcome. 'your brain clear. The majestic In this connection I wish to ship on the mighty ocean is sud-sa- y that many boast that they denly dashed upon the rocks and are able to "drink and leave it shoals and g bowilf with Others, I warn you,may,sequentdeath and destructior. prove as frail as unto CouW yQU beHeye thafc .fc WM one of the weaker structures inwithinthe heart of the shi,s a city, unable to withstand the that fluch should be the force of the mighty hurricane. fate of his passengers? No! . Despite the fact that I had pass- the beacon in the light house ed eleven years in the city of tower had gone out! I admonish Cincinnati without a police officer you, young man keep your beaever questioning my going and con, your reason clear and aglow! coming, I finally, as the result General Lew Wallace is reportof injudicious use of intoxicants, find myself convicted of the ed to have said: "When God greatest crime in the catalogue. found that He could not be evWhat a warning to others should ery where, he made mothers.' my fate prove! A penal insti- Remember yours I pray. Would kept a thought tution, o'er which Time with to God that I had my every leaden wings'- - will pass, shall be of mine with me in my futnre "home." In the words waking hour then I would not have been docmed forever to ocof the poet: my be ring- cupy a felon's cell. At this moThough the ment neither freedom nor iming, concerns me so much Not a note he'll hear them sing- prisonment as my dear mother that sweet-voiceing, mother, All in vain the sun islshining whose hair is silvered, whose Waters sparkling, blossoms twineyes are dimmed, whose form ing; is bent by the labors, the trials, ,He;tojsee the shade of sorrows and the sorrows of 87 years. 'todays arid worse tomor- - Her features, despite the chisel Sad' he who, llke"a fiend, ravished the church at Jerusalem and,, started toward Damascus to continue his bloody work this man was transformed, and lo and behold! Paul, the divine, the greatest living example of grace and humility in the kingdom of God's bedia-mondeJ rr s. fh n mj-- J wji W V trt is good, my j quaf-month- - rs ; ! j cir-clar- e. j t ot j j ma-icati- ng j con-alone- ." I-l- ikened joy-bel- ls d, old-fashion- ed, One On Stanley. which is low will revive it. ing of time and pain, remain fine Short Stops. and the love-ligSalt used in sweeping carpets and sweet Representative A. 0. Stanley, keeps out moths. which radiated from her The market report shows only of Kentucky, chairman of the Never salt meat that is to be 26,654 hogs in St Louis. eyes when 1 was born, continues now as bright as in days of yore. house committee that is investi- grilled, as it hardens the fibers One of the best things for a troub- gating the steely trust, was once of the meat and tends to extract man of forty-fiv- e She has during my present to do is to cheer le, given me all that lay within prosecuting attorney in his hone the juices. Salt on the platter up and look young. just before sending to the table. herpoAer her sympathy, her country. One Cuicago firm has bought A man was being tried for No meat should be salted uncooklove and her prayers. 5,000,000 three-cen- t stamps but murder and Stanley was conduct- ed, but after the surface has At the time of my birth, I not at drugs store. doubt not, my mother breathed a ing the case against him. The been seared and the meat partly Some one advises that the hunparyer that I might prove to be prisoner had shot a man three cooked. ters firless in black. In which a joy and an honor to her. How times in the breast and killed event the crape should not be Little Things Worth Knowing. lamentably have I come short of him. omited. Stanley was addressing the her desires and expectations Why" don't rich women pay India mines over 11.000.000 fail not your mother as I have jury. their bills?" asked Leslie's week"Gentleman of the jury," he tons of coal a year. done, I beseech you! Montana last year broke all ly, probably because they don't Later, picture her as I know said, " this man carried a pistol have to. it at eventide, sitting by the a reprehensible practice. He had her record for coal production. A New Haven doctor watched Platinum is found associated light on the table in that country this dangerous weapon in his an operation on himself for home, the open Bible in her lap, pocket and he drew it on the oc- with gold, principally in gravel appendicitis It must have been a and I, a little boy, kneeling at casion of this quarrel and shot beds. New Zealand condenses and cheering spectacle. her side, learning to lisp the the victim shot him deliberateAn Ohio man wauts a divo rce prayer, ''Now I lay me down to ly and with murder in his heat! powders great quantities of milk. Out of every 93 persons in because his wife smokes his sleep." Oh, what a contrast! Like the'criminal that he was, Germany one is a railroad em- stogies. That's not such expento day her breaking heart cries he carried this murderous pistol sive habits, is it? out, "Bring him to me with all and he used it like the murderer ploye. his blight, and tell him I love he was. Havana is meditating an auto Los Angles requests that its name shall be pronounced Loce "Gentlemen of the jury, let omnibus service, as in many him still." Thanks be .to Cod, Ahng-haylaishow you where those bullets r0pean cities. "May. but what there ib a consolation for that old mother "Earth has no sorrow entered the body of this unfortu- - The system of electing London a long tail our cat has." inate man." that heaven cannot cure." aldermen for life dates back to A steamer carrying 2,200,000 Stanley took off his coat the My greatest desire is that, ere cocoanuts has arrived at New the year 1394. my dear mother's glorified spirit better to illustrate on his own YY York and the threatened cocoanut Hawaii is pouring out moneyjj body where the bullet hit the vicis called to its eternal home, I pie famine has been averted. like water in support of her pubshall merit my freedom, that she tim, and turned again to the jury. Germany is going to have an lic schools. may once more experience the A large pistol protruded from his The par capi.a consumption of serial cruised that will carry 300 ' hip pocket, joy of pressing her last born to people. No guarantee is given as you kindly, codfiati is greater in England than to how "Mr. Stanley, will beats as that heart which y far it will carry them. in any other land. warm in faith, and hope and love, suspend for a moment?" said the Frenchmen's clothes are someVery thin sheets of the metal judge. day she gave me birth. as the times abnormal, observes an "Certainly, your honor," Stanley aluminum are now used for wall Indianapolis college professor. So Remember your mother, young man young woman she it is who replied turning in surprise to the covering m place of paper. sometimes, are college professNew Zealand is preparing to ors'. will cleave to you, ""though the bench. whole world turns away." A "Very well, ''said judges Follow spend millions of dollars in develThe Chinese rebels have cut truth it is, that 'Mother is jour ing your argument about the re oping its water power resources. off their queens but a good many nrehensibility of carrying fire Germany's newest canal, con- of them continue to dearest friend." refuse to arms, I fine you ten dollars for necting Berlin with the River tuck their skirts insidertheir-thei- r carrying one yourself Kindly Oder, will be completed next year. New flog Disease. trousers. step up and pay the clerk before Finland, with its 1, 000 lakes.is Chicago is to have a home for dis you proceed." Saturday Even- now considered attractive enough abled poets. That town is apparThe Henderson Herald reports ing Post. to be on the general tourist'slist. ently willing to take any risk in that hundreds of hogs have died There are now 3,000 people in order to increase its population. No Use For Ads. in that country and hundreds of the new Swatika gold mining The breaking of a world's record others are affected by a new dis- - you,d scarce ct one of camp 31 miles north of the Cobalt jn an aut0 race is no small thing; ease, which has baffled energy age in Rlerchandising to engage silver area. but the point of greatest imporand medicai skill. Farmers and and hope to get a paying trade Women lawyers in France are tance is that no necks were veterinary surgeons who have without the local paper's aid. And permitted to act as magistrates broken. investigated say they have never yet very tmng;i open - ;in ca3es of children under 13 A Massachusetts physician l aid tnat seen anything like it, and the ed up a store last spring this years 0f age. says that she can tell a womans only solution offered is that f eed- month the sheriff took my stock According to Danish laws, age by feeling her pulse. Due to ing much rotten and worny corn and soW ifc afc the auction black the fact that her age is a secret has caused it. The loss to swine Dont vJew me with a scornful automobiles are forbidden to pass breeders in Henderson county eye, but simply say as I pass by, trolley cars at a rate faster than that lies nearest a woman's heart, A Chicago saloon keener wa from the new disease has alreasy "there goes a fool who seemed to one mile an hour, mov - ifinded50for abusing a police American "wild west amonted to thousands of dollars think he had no use for printers ing picture scenes are most pop- man who told him to be sassy to a and new cases are being reported ,:nLrn, Qf wll aa hrnaA almost daily. Hogs are said to as earth and business men should ular in ,Scotland. Manv American copper, especially in Chicago. j j die almost instantly when they There are boneheads' to' in simply this. know its worth: 'tis . e cocoanut ls not, nly, vaI" the bular Profession. Only last contract the disease, not living the public buys its goods from b le as a source and week a night prowler got away long enough for remedy to be test those whose advertise- .-( Ex. uuii& iu uupitai cuuiiuica, uunsjwitD $b,uuu worth ot Jewelry ed. As everyone knows who has also said to be the best of ali and overlooked several tons of t examined his corn, there is a Some Of The Uses For trees for shade. coal in the bastement. very large percentage of rotten on the finger when clean- corn this year. Storm blew A South Carolina prophet an- A machine has been patented ng fowls' meat or fish wlH pre in England for redressing worn nounces that the world will down much of the corn in the come early fall and this rottened before vent slipping. paving blocks at a rate to an end next year. There is no wooden Salt thrown on a coal fire when of 1,000 an hour, so that they likelihood that it will come early gathering time. The drouth also prevent blaz-- . may be enough to keep us from having a caused much corn to only partely!broilir,S steak will used again. in& f rom the dripping fat. long winter. , mature and this is very, faulty. Salfcin solution inhaled cures There was also much later corn, If common sense and less, g A capitalist recently went to cold m the head-ge- t Newyork and got rid of $10,000, on account of farmers failing to applied to ailing hens-therSalt in water is the be3t thin to 000 in three months. If he had out a full crop of the tobacco, would be less spread of con- gone clean willow ware and matting.- oo to really competent New and this CJ infected with Salt in the oven under baking tagion. When hens are busy they Yorkers he could have got rid of worms. So it is easy to see thatj healthy. Nip a cold it in less than three days. ifthis disease is caused by faulty tins wili prevent their scorching are as a rule in the bud and there will be no bottom, corn, it will not be difficult for on the In Cleevland a Grocery store Salt puts out a fire in the chimney, need for roup cures. Keep the is offered for sale, the reason, hogs all over the country become premises in a strict sanitary coninfected. Horses and other live Salt and vinegar, will remove as advertiseed, being that "the dition and there need be np fear stock are also in danger, as they stains from discolored teacups. present owner is dead." This Salt and soda are excellent for of cholera. Nearly all of the dis- - seems to dispose of the old theosuccumb much more easily to bad eases that affect noultry are the hpo stincrs and snider bites. food than hogs. ry that "you can' take it with thrown on soot which has effects of unsanitary surround you. Salt fallen on the carpet will prevent ings, due to carelessness. In genA convict in Ohio has contracteral, the treatment of disease is stain. Ethereal asphyxia"is the name ed tuberculosis from tainted Salt put on ink when freshly not so satisfactory as preventive given to drowsiness and dizziness money bills which he slipped in spilled on a carpet will help in measures. Nowhere more than in suffered by aviators. But this the poultry business does that will not help the high flyers of his mouth. This is a terrible removing the spot. warning, but the chances are Salt in whitewash makes it old adage apply:" An ounce of the grill room. They won't be prevention is worth a pound of able to pronounce it when they that given the bills, the majority stick. get home. will consent to rsik the germs. Salt thrown "on a coal fire cure. to-da- y, ht j s. to-da- I i I , , , ! ' i I ! "T ! Salt-Sal- j ; ! I I ! i j i j ' doc-torin- i j e VV j j J i w ?r'-- v l t " - ,. f 4J A v. r " 1 J.-,- Sr. U -- - j "- - Vl 1 HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS SAVAGE 3 miiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijjaijiiiisji; FISH. - In France They Train Dogs to Find the Perai Have Been Known to Tear an Interruptions Didn't Make Blaine Lose Alligator to Pieces. Prized Plants. His Self Possession. Truffles, like mushrooms, belong to The most savage and bloodthirsty In his "Yesterday With the Fathers" the family of the fungi, but are a disfish In all the waters of the earth are The Modern Attila Crushed by His tinct and very peculiar genus. They Dr. William Wilberforce Newton tells the perai, declares Charles Livingston , Streak of Insanity. are cryptogamic plants and subter- an incident which., fortunately escapBull in "Under the Roof of the Junranean, their position underneath the ing traced.v. serves nevertheless to il- gle." They are from twelve to foursoil varying from two to three inches lustrate the imperturbable self possession of a famous statesman. teen inches ia length and look not un- A VICTIM OF MEGALOMANIA. to two feet in depth. Upon one occasion the Hon. James like the northern bass, although more They have no root, stem or leaf and G. Blaine addressed a large concourse powerfully built They have been ary in color from light brown to j Envious of Alexander the Great, Ho people. There was a great wooden Mack. known to attack an alligator, discover They are sometimes globular of Aimed to Rule the Whole World, and platform, on which were the speakers la form and vary in size from that of a rent in the skin of the great reptile France Sacrificed a Million Men on n pecan nut to that of a duck's egg. and theI officers and a famous German and tear and devour him until nothband. had been invited to make the the Altar of His Monomania. Their surface Is watery and covered opening prayer. ing but his bones and rough skin was After this Mr. Blaine left. Were readers of history asked today with a skin. Their exact method of began his address with the following The perai are silvery green in color. what three human characters have growth is not precisely known. They sentence: Their thick, muscular jaws are armed been most prominent in makinc the ire, of course, regarded as a great "I am opposed to the election of Sam- with rows of teeth like those of a history of the world ' luxury by the epicure. uel .7. Tildeu." prob- there could crosscut saw, sharp and triangular Truffles are mentioned by Juvenal. ably bo great diversity of opinion as Pliny. Plutarch and Jut then some one in the crowd and fitting exactly together. These Martial. The j to two of such personages, to Athenian epicures were acquainted called out. "Hurrah for James G. but as jaws and teeth are most formidable, Claim:" and then a great ovation being able to cut to pieces anything the third the general agreement could with them, and a story is told of a bon grouted the Uepublican leader. At its probably point to Napoleon Bonaparte. vivant who freed less hard than the shell of a tortoise. T. a whole family of close .Mr. Klainc began again by re-- : P. O'Connor, who for many years slaves who had The lower lobe of the tail is longer Invented a delicious mnrkhiK: upper one and all the fins has made a study of the modern At- - method of preparing them. than the ".As I nld a few moments ago, I am his coatee- Ehort. giving the impression, as do the tila' as he was callo,d. France has the credit of producing opposed to the election of Samuel J. in his Loudon thick, rounded iiiiiiv and head, of poraries, presents a, .,.-- .m, r maga- - the finest truffles. Dogs are commonly Tilden." .. J " .!- ne insanity bred to search for them. x.iui au article enuueu great strength. Just then a terrible grinding, crushgenius.in wmen ne It is fortunate that in all the length ' 5 apieons be a vIctim of megalo- - The method of "breaking" these ing, earthquake-lik- e sensation was felt dogs is to give them for a time pieces by all of us who were seated on the and breadth of northern South Amer- - ' sboTTs h.im 4? or mpntaI alienation of truffles every ica these rapacious little murderers mama' uiac Iorm moruing before they platform, and the entire staging went are found only in widely scattered lo iu wuicu me iiuucut is possessed or are allowed to partake of any other ' down with a rush. We were tumbled rnlitifis. Thus onf rtool will hnrhnr n rradiose hallucinations. food. After a certain period, when one over another, speakers, officers, Ml O'Connor discards the idea that great school of them, while for miles their appetite for truffles increases, German band and all. and for myself aijuiuuu uuvjuusu uj. ms SiBiiuin; w pieces are hidden in the ground, and I felt as Korah, Dathan and Abiram In oiflinr rtiiwrinn nn or ilnwn tlio same stream there may not be another or for work had a perfect physique they are made to find them. Thus probably felt when the earth opened and invulnerable health. lie suffered they are individual. gradually taught their busi- and swallowed them up alive in the Were it not for this peculiar locali- as a child from extreme nervousness, ness, though it often takes as long as pit zation the jungles would be nearly later from facial neuralgia. He had a eighteen months before a dog becomes Mr. Blaine and 1 happened to bo stripped of animal life, for beasts and nervous twitching at the mouth and skilled in the art. wound round together, legs and arms birds and reptiles must drink, and, the right shoulder. After Toulon he In some parts of France-Poit- ou and in inextricable confusion, and ,as wo while those of a few species can get long suffered from a painful and wast- Perigord, for instance pigs are train- were trying to worm ourselves out of all the water they need from the dew ing cutaneous disease, and at times he ed for tru3e hunting, and by some the melee he said to me: on the leaves in the morning, by far had fits of an epileptic character. As they are deemed to be better Gtted "Mr. Newton, isn't there an article Strassburg in for this work he in the Apostolic Creed about the resthe greater number must come to (he 1S05was about totoleave mighty dogs. than Harper's victory Weekly. on the way the streams and pools. Even creatures urrection from the dead?" TJlin he had one like that master fisherman, the otter, over General Slack at "There is. Mr Blaine." I replied. must give the perai a wide berth, and of these spasms. After dinner on the t "and there is also an article about de-- i SHE WAS LOYAL. scendlng" no other tlsh can inhabit the same j day he was leaving, says Talleyrand in his memoirs, the emncror had called When the debris was removed and a waters. Likewise Honest Enough to Tell Lin- place made for the speaker he began They have been known to leap a him Into his room. There Talleyrand coin the Truth. "I foot out of water and bite a piece out found him gasping for breath. During the war between the stales , again by saying, for the third time: "Notwithstanding these jraany inter- of a man's hand as he was stooping j tore off his cravat, for he seemed like Miss N., a high spirited Virginia young to choke. He did not vomit, but sigh ruptions. I am as opposed as ever to to dip up a drink. ed and foamed. M. de Reinusat, first lady, whose father, a Confederate sol- the election of Samuel J. Tilden." gentleman in waiting, who had also dier, had been taken prisoner by the EARL LYTTON'S BAD TASTE. come into the room, handed him wa- - Union forces, was desirous of obtain- i GENIUS OF SCHUBERT. ter, and L sprinkled him with eau de ing a pass which would enable her to A Dinner Speech That Called Forth ) cologue. He was suffering from some visit him. Francis P. Blair agreed to Howls of Derision. sort of cramp, which passed off in a obtain an audience with the president, Whatever the Great Composer Felt Flowed Forth In Music. but warned his young and rather imi once sat at a banquet given in j quarter of an hour. We laid him in pulsive friend to be prudent and not Whenever Schubert happened to turn London by Wilson Barrett to Law- - an armchair. He began to speak, put betray her sympathy for the south. over tli- - leaves of a volume of poetry, rence Barrett, says a writer in an nis uress rigur, comuiauueu us 10 Lyttou presecrecy, and half They were ushered into the presence verses that pleased him would beEnglish magazine. Earl the strictest sided, a curled, oiled, effeminate, su an hour later he was .on his way to of Mr. Lincoln, and the object for come clothed in melody. They would which they had come was stated. The sing themselves in his mind with supercilious fop. He had a Boman j Carlsrulie." tall, grave man bent dowu to the little perb accompaniment, noble in rhythm tragedy to sell to Wilson Barrett. That Another sign of the abnormal in Na- was why he came. poleon was his intense irritability, and maiden and, lookin searchingly into j and rich in harmonies. If paper happened to be within reach the song He eulogized Wilson Barrett in a often there came a nervous breakdown her face, said: wQuld at once be written down. "You are loyal, of course?" a speech. "I believe," he said, "that that reduced him to the condition of One July evening in 1S2G, after, a ' hysterical Her bright eyes flashed. She hesl- This irritability woman. Mr. Barrett won some success with a j Io walk, the composer strolled into piece called (consulting his notes) 'The sometimes took the form of fits of tated a moment, and then, with a face a beer garden and found a friend sit Lights of London.' I suppose it was j weeping. lie would fly into a passion eloquent with emotion and honest as ting at a table with a volume of Shakethe work of some dramatic hack." on the slightest provocation. Tn his his own, she replied: f "Yes, loyal to the heart's core to speare. Shubert picked up the book George 551ms sat facing him and never i impatience he tore many a garment to and read the song in "Cymbeline," pieces because it inconvenienced him Virginia!" said a word. Mr. Lincoln kept his intent gaze "Hark, Hark, the Lark." The beautiful way. Ho had an inner Then his lordship weiit drawling ou: in some trifling accompaniment, as melody, with "I nest find on the list of Mr. Bar- - ' melancholy that never left him. While upon her for a moment longer and t we now nave its it msianuy uasucu rett's successes something called 'The j ie talked of death, Napoleon never then went to his desk, wrote a line or him, and he wrote down ou the uiun spot it Silver 'King.' Here again I know had auy serious intention of taking his two and handed her the paper, With a bow the interview terminated, When UPU staves hastily scrawled across nothing of the authorship. The names j own "fc. ne never lost his grasp of of a bill of fare. In the course of those dramatic carpenters do not life- While a man of dreams, he was they had left the room Mr. Blair be- the back mau of action. Success did not make gan to upbraid his young friend for of the same evening he set to music interest me." At which Henry Arthur a the drinking song in "Antony and Jones glared and a flush came into j tuis dreamer more cheerful. He had her impetuosity. Cleopatra" and the verses "Who Is "Now you have done it!" he said. the face of poor blind Henry Herman. ' strange moments of bitterness and "Didn't. I warn you lo be very care- Sylvia," in "Two Gentlemen of Vc j Uatred ail(1 a acsire to iuflict l)aiu- - Uor "Finallv," said Lord Lytton, "Mr. rona." Wilson Barrett has placed on his ' Instance, he would say to a lady after ful ? You have only yourself to blame." And all this exquislteness came from me, I was told Miss N. made no reply, but opened boards what he humorously calls a i asking her name. "Dear the son of a cook and poor mechanic, yau were pretty!" or to an elderly gen- - the paper. It contained these words: v. T Roman fPr tn 'nin,iinn . to Pass honest girl and whose chief delight as a baby was attributed to one W. ... Wills, of whom tleraa"' "Yon URTC not mnch ,on"or to can be Miss N. She is an A. LINCOLN. G. pick out melodies on a rusty old piano . trusted. I have never heard" This was too live.' in his father's shop and whose acme It was comparatively early in his much for the banqueters. All of them of human bliss was reached when he to rule What She Wanted. career that his insane desire were personally acquainted with They had been married but two was taken to a neighboring joiner's to pet poet, the modest Wills. So not France, not even Enrol', but all try his infant hands on a fine new in the world, took possession of him. The months, and they loved each other dethey howled derisively. strument, ne was a charity pupil in j And Earl Lytton's tragedy, produced real reason for his crushing downfall votedly. He was in the back yard the Imperial School of Music, out neiblacking his shoes. "Jack." she callis to be found in this megalomania i month later, was a dismal failure. asylum atmosphere, lie himself caused his downfall. Na- - ed at the top of her voice, "Jack, ther its orphan day nor the ice cold the two meals a alone could have conquered Na- enmn liorv nniplr'" ioleon About Your Initials. piano with the ice cold instruction .. TTn ,10v M...I. ..!.. m poleon, and it was this megalomania "What do your initials spell? Some j ., .:... dampened the little Franz's ardor. undid him. .in mu Grcam of tbe Cutro1 I a rusued P t Therc was ai stairs to Whatever he felt flowed forth sic New York World. , AVH1," he said to his of E urope. Tllere the rescue. He entered ,.,., room the ., , ... , , fortunate. George (Henry)' Augustus ii ;iS,ni .. i nn .. lint- lit.,.. it.u:i - i, -- ivn Aim itn iiimi in kiimi nrr VW& niir ..- . w . rn iucciv "V i wiaau M-'- innu-ini nrnn Villi Sala preferred to make himself. " ; sul, "be no peace in Europe till it is Pockets Make the fylin. 0f the window. George Adam Smith, into GAS. v , Mrs. John Lane, in a volume of esp1Ui5.v.- iwuw, U..I.V.. iu, "j.ook." saiu tue Kinu or bert X' CUrS,C'., Wf JUS ou sniper, With kings for his pfiwn T want vou to ot inn - " TTnr, says called "Talk of the TOWu." takes Sfwf for -a GJ dropped ofllcert wbo wiu licfrilinto frnrlMme .. ", V, v)ytler ............ an ingenious way to prove I hilt men ,v u.u """"'rr j pei"3 Magazine. fearing the possible ridi tn ms fmiprnls. his Mninr nnn tally woman is superior cule of JAM Whistler. Henry IUder Tnvnrjn nnA Inmlmnn nt Crr.U,rt,.i.,U Just consider: The most ordinary Haggard becomes very dignified as anoiher' stautlulder of Holland The Eyes of the Japanese. kind of man has at least a dozen pock rui j A Japanese friend of mine once saw em all official posts in cts, while a 'woman of transceniTeiil to be HAD, removing Pf first ' cWP hne.hniA r.U n . , . cup among my papers a picture of an Eng- i intellect generally has none, or, if she. his ...? rranu name, and Mme. do Novikoff. though boar'm lishwoman dressed in Japanese cloth- i mas ing. has one, il is where she can't get tit ir no longer Olga Kireff. has become j ter of Now, iry to imagine a mall doing lii'a Wc' "O.K." forever. London Chronicle. "She. is no Japanese." he said. "She errand's with a purse, Uandkerchiel : .Napoleon did place kings In several countries "dnfl controlled the nollcv of is European." hopping list hi ohe baud, the tall H; "How do you kriOW that?" I asked Iand Cables of Humart ) nnnrlo in the other, hia umbrella !....t ..- his sk-i-rt ,''"lo,,f- -' In north Japan is him. "Her costume is correct; her hair enormous bei- - ' one arid, meanwhile making an . Ti.w-tlt- . otiorful achievement for the T which were tuvW 0m Is straight; she has no ornaments." then ttsmple, Bi,.rii. ciTort to ktfop his head clear for busi-fev hauled from the mountains and put in t '"fj Wk.MVi tUUliij VJJ "Yes," he replied, 'out look at her education at "Brienne at the expense eyes. the same tinu-place with ropes made from the balr Her eyes look out on the world ness problems aud at out for motors of his sovereign. He might have rekeeling a wan eye of the women of the province, frtom as though she understood it The JapHe couldn't do It! inhere really is no these tresses, which were brought mained the king of kings in Kuropfc anese woman Viever looks like that." had he hoza satisfied with 'that nwful 'doubt that mail oSves his superiority Xorth by an edict, two ropes were Specheight lBn he was not satisfied; he From "England Through Yellow to women entirely to his pockets. made, "one seventeen laches in circumtacles." never va"s satisfied. After Europe ference and 1,400 feel to length, while 'Misleading. is Asia. the other waa eleven Inches iu circum- thei'e Light of the Firefly 'On Khk day lfe wag crowned eniperor A man crice ran for office, and after ference and 2,600 Foet long. says. tha-VternProfessor Mcintosh in i6cemb'c, 1S04, he said to his minelection the returns I 'fterature approaching 2,000 "degrees F. a very close ister of marinel vi srrant you urv would be necessary t6 "make a light showed that he had been elected by 4 His Job. 'eai'eeV "has been 'brilliant and 1 liaVe whom he had "gigb'eci up as yet?" inquired. "X'ctor equivalent to that hiittetl by an ordi- few votes. A friend with 'yiseh high. But what a dlfftsrcnre nary firefly. The enormous waste of been ''discussing, the matter asked: torick Samm. from aucieht'tfmes! Look at Alexander energy in all industrial methods of "Vhat makes you think that all the h'm'fet , "Not yet," responded Xct6r the Greaf:' After he had conquered producing light Is matter of com- ballots weren't counted?" "You see." replied the successful Can- ho, 'declared himself lite 'son of Asia mon knowledge, "and the example of "?Then how do you eat?" judging from the number OlymJupitCrf, tind, except the firefly remains unimitated by man. ' didate, "I'm V "I'm a professioial 'boHe'mian at a pian Aristotle and his mother of fellows who've come around asking n ten Athenian Argonaut bohemian restaurnf-ipfttsbu- rg Post tiGdh'iits, the east 'oelievefl'him. Nowafor a job on the ground that they voted for me." New fork Times. days if l were ko declare myself the Tactful. " Corrected. yRbn of the Iverlasting Father there The ArUst-Jub little daub of r. isn't a fishwife hut would hiss me! "Jon'anna, please go to the pawnbroHis Affliction. and pawn my gold watch. The mine, you see, 'dear madam. Mis"s Tile A teacher had told a class of juveenlightened ker's man, I nations tire much too poor understand, is not getting nile pupils that Milton, the poet, was Gush (gushingly) Oh, no! Iton.! are "nowr and. coining great is left to do." much business, and I think we Should blind. The next day she asked if any eatifely too 'modest I should'-caiiit "And says Mr. O'Connor, in help him along." Fllegende Blatter. qtffc-Puck. of them could remember 'what' Milconclusion, "sacrificed a million lives ton's great affliction was. lo the "Mion&iiiania of a megalomaniac. Still Worse. "Yes'm," replied one little fellow; The Voice of Experience. What tragedy In history is so gigantic, "Mrs. Fastleigh has given' up cigaSingleton The "woman I marry must so appalling, "so pitiful, in a sense so "he was a poet" Christian Register. rettes." be ah 'ideal' housekeeper. Wederly Ironic'?'' "Did the smoke make hei'lli?" (with a sigh) Tate my tfp, old man, The minutes saved by hurry are as "No. The smoke made ;n:er dog ilL" osele6B'as the pennies saved by parsi and frefeze on to a practical one. Chl- - . jNofte "sire less eager to learn than -- Cleveland Plain Dealer. Neivs. mony. C B. NewOomb. f tney whblaiow nothing. SuareL ! j I :N ' i NAPOLEON'S FALL, HUNTING TRUFFLES. I KEPT TO THE POINT. - The great Green River Merchan- - H clise Distributor, has just Received a B Magnificent stock of JsTew Fall cloth- o r iug, Shoes &c. If 3 CI w. i Which he is offering at Popular prices. 1 1 ! i , - I 3 50 Sijits carried over at one Third off. i I Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for gf Best Pattent Flour per bbl g $6.25 g , ! ( I i i I Second Pat. 4.25 Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It wifljpay 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. ' 4. 75 s i Slave a Full Stock o I uu-scrv- e Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, a . ! Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheatjand pay cash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? ! Satisfaction Guaranteed. ' ', - I lm-od- ;greensburg, ky. !!!!Hn!minffl!!1!I!!lffl!n!H!H!!!!!!fflim!im!mHIlinHnK ney, and yet we often grudge them the brightness and joy we Success in milk and butter might so easily put into their dairying depends largely on the lives. We will not stay to hear the recollection of, old and happy feed of the coy in properly bal- days which theyjlove to tell us. anced rations"; Cows must have We" let them see so plainly that both protein and carbonaceous their day is over, and ours has foods to do well, and these can come! That those who have borso. readily be selected in due proporthe burden and heat of the day, tion, toiled and struggled and worn Ifite protein foods are altalf a, j themsel ves out for others "should 'clover, cow pea hay, bran, oil- - be left to feel lonely and neglectmeal, cottonseed meal, oats, ed is sorrowful. We can and ought barley, gluten meal and soy bean each and all, in our own placer The carbonaceous foods are and wav. do something to brine corn and corn meal, corn silage, glow of aummer Qnd timothy hay, corn fodder, carrots, membrance of the days of roses sugar beets and other beets; A and ove mto W&s fMfc near may be good balanced ration ing theJr wintep made of alfalfa or clover hay, The dwelling of a man in new silage, corn or com meal. York city has been visite(i These can be fed in balanced ' burglarers four times in the last quantity and the dairyman win onths- - He ouht t0 Avrite very soon see the quantity re- - three feeding a short tim:;50methinh0fcand wdiffnant to j ' . ; J Irv-ing- 's Much Depends on the Feed. ! ?S inYrSr TZmZ'tTun iw ',,, ? -- .n iii.-m- . -- " - """ .,... o- " XLW-- ir "- wu...u s sut--tnar- ! -- -- 1 t I Trtnl.-inn- i to-ma- I T V ! le ? MJ i .1. tL ,,-- .J 1 I I , st -- l " big-Shif- -- 't-ag- quired after to forty pounds pfj the papers about it tofn silaze ner day. according to lne rae sn$ wore m her nan t)ie size of the cow, are enough. caused the death of a "3?ennsyl- -. vania woman. It in order for a development ofthe hobble-ski- rt In the rush and hurry of modfatality. Even' then fashion ern life do we think as much as wiU not havg done !t wot. we might of "the happiness of A St. Pa'ul girl drove 12 nails those who a're growing old.They have lost so much!' Their youth, in 46 minutes," says an exchange often their health,most of the We believeshecouldmimmerher friends and companions who neighbors much faster than that Started with them on life's jour-- though. Thirty-fiv- e i Is-mo- L- - V THE A1MIK COUNT THE NFWS HEWS bull!sh cement at presendecidedly bearish, and you can't ' Published Every Wednesday tell whether he will or be wont. ADAIR COUNTY I I t- - BY THE Several weeks ago the Jour- nal, a new Democratic paper was ( Incorporated.) lounched at Burnside. It has CHAS. S. HARRIS Editor. een coming to our desk and it is worthy of .mention. It is well . newspaper devoted to the In- edited, and the makeup shows Democratic terest of the City of Columbia andthe people Adair and adjacent countt&s. that it is in the hands of printers. We trust; that success may e -' Entered Adair County News Company,. i I - - 44644444404444"fr64fr4444$i444Mfr$44 4 A New Mill Just Started IVlill ( Located at the Electric Light Plant cQi nd V clas mall matter. at the Columbia Post-offic- as sec- ' nvrwxrrx OiVHU bW Qlifrtv'o offnvfc in m 170 , UUH.UI & ilWl UJ LU. rJAJN.. 1. l.Ls, If our present Legislature faiis to the readers of Pulaski county ja paper worthy of their patron age. -- to pass legislation giving State In the distribution of Commitaid to the counties on public tee places in the Senate, Senator roads, it will be disappointing to Bertram, of this district, was the most progressive citizens in cared for handsomely. He is a every county in the State. A member of the Judiciary, Kensmall State road tax would not tucky Statutes, Courts and Legal )se burdensome when added to Procedure, Judicial Districts and assessments heretofore made for Reapportionment, Rules. all other purposes, and would Quite a number of Kentucky permit the State to encourage Representatives and several good road building in many counState Senators have ties in a substantial way. We do bills. They will be introduced, not believe in giving money to but after awhile a compromise any county out of a road fund will be brought about and a bill that has neither thrift nor public will be put through. spirit sufficient to warrant aid. Money ought to be given only to The Kentucky Colonels will those counties that will meet give a banquet at Seelbach Horeasonable financial requirements tel, Louisville, this Wednesday from the State, and in as much evening. The principal address as possible to those that have no will be delivered by United good roads. If the counties are States Senator elect, Hon. Ollie left to their owe resources unaid M. James. fclllBliW ed, present or worse conditions will prevail for another century, j Ollie James was elected State Then another change should Senator last Tuesday, and he ! be made in the management of will be elected again convicts that would redound to (Tuesday) there being an unceif- as to which Tuesday is the public good, and not do iustice to those who labor with- - correct. This defect in the law in the walls. We have never should be remedied. been able to see any special good Democratic ComThe in a svstem of prison labor in ?H-- National -- Will have at all times a large stock of High Grade Meal Feed of all kinds. Special attention given to Custom Grinding and Corn Crushing. Will pay highest Cash Price for Corn at all times. 9 Myers p Wilson e J to-da- y, j in-tain- ty ! stopped with me a day and night $&i last week. Leslie Turner was up here to see his father' John Turner and old home a few days ago. Peter Bradshaw, an old colored man, died near Esto, January 7, 1912. He was about 85 years old. He was a Federal soldier in the late war a good old man, and a good farmer here. He leaves behind him a wife and several children, and many friends. a Miss Cary Akers has been here . at Leslie Murphy's and her grandpa's for a week or two. We are having a very cold spell this week the coldest here for years 8 degrees below zero. Ancely Coffey is very sick this week. The k 4 Br Registered 16 degrees below Zero this morning, but the users of Cole's Air Tight Heaters didn't suffer & jgKx-jay- w 1 jr&ift. w rvvv. tgmzi&m ti H. 4 4JWlilXi JtTi.': . .ml Sit-KV'- zf7.-ia-.ii!nWm-- vl j'jjZ?'i&t '" 1 X a.w . i fOt I - . really better than behind the Music Preparatory $3.00 $3.25 A great many mns nave Deen bars. The rattle of dump carts, . Expression... 3.00 Normal. 3.25 the noise of hammers on stone, introduced in both Houses of the Art Business 5.00 and the picks and shovels in dirt Kentucky Legislature, but real Spring Term Begins Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1912 would be sweeter than the grat- -' business has hardly commenced, Enter the first day. Any delay means ing of prison doors. Free labor j The House adjourned last Friday Loss to you. Write for Catalogue would be free, and the State's at noon, until Monday morning. I interests advanced Dy using con.. .Ith? nvotinfl Neilson & Moss mu 17vifit-nkiir 1UB aquiittuic ljuu xiiouian vint-'- w lahnr in- the f hnildin Columbia, Kentucky. uuiiuuijj ja. w vtwa. 'building, Mew York, was de- - & public roads. stroved bv fire last weelc. It Some say Roosevelt will, some twas nine stories, constructed out say Roosevelt wont, some say he of marble, and the loss was should, some say he shouldn't. Thus it has been for weeks and the end js not yet. Why he Rev Clarence V. T Richeson, KIDDIE OTTLEY should quibble and mince words who murdered his sweetheart in . We are glad lo be able to present to our readers a young as to his real position whether or Massachusetts, has been con- ''to the manner bom" a bolder the little son of Mr. W. accept a nomina-jdemne- a not he would to die in the electric! Tanner Cttley, of the Columbia, Ky., Bottling Co. Mr. Ottley and the "Kid" is a big booster for that specializes on tion fiom his party for a third chair during the week beginning beverage. And, by the way, the Ottley combination,, time can not be explained by thej jay of the eyes. Do you suffer any headache? Headache is a father and son, is putting out a big lot of the same. Southern C writer. He has been interview- of headachej ars caused by & B.. Atlanta, Ga. Rowes X Road S. ed but always gives an uncertain "KID" Says: Defective Eyes. ' answer which means two things, ' .r "Progression is my moto namely, to his admirers an accept-- 1 Thomas Hadley and wife were people who suffer with their head don't realize that their Most of the Modern things have come to stay ance, to his opponents.his rejec-- , were visiting at Clay Hadley's ' But thank the Lord .' eyes are the cause of it. Some wear glasses that do not suit them, oth- i6n. Why not say I will or I wont. and otho Bibees., last week. Papa's back to make ers need glasses and do not wear them. Which ever your case maybe - - j. r M. if Anln me ,' iuu .It Irn j Mrg In the good old fashioned way." It will pay you to call to see me. I will remain 0 more days with S. LeHa Hdm ig very sick j oo mr ab we wu ae c 3 . Q hejis feeling the public pulse andtn-sweeN. Hancock, at J. N. Page's Drug Store, Columbia, Ky. Mr. Ottley is back to stay and will assume the V awaiting developments that, may ..The, condition of John W. :;. DR. E. I. ALPER, Optician, ., ,. A. v.., " active management of the Columbia Bottling Co. w or may not inuicate personal tri- - She b Wlie 1S uu cldHiimnli in his.nartv andoartv vie- This is a distinctive home enterprise and should re --.,... v tr ' i 1J? nas Deen down sick ior several or 3xmr professions. There, is for God's sake, don't go to these ceive the support of the "dry" contingent of the com-munit- y. torv or failure next fall. If 'signs J ' iVly-Co- ca nothing in such professions. I places. Honor your God ' and s made from the Coca Cola forare right for a party victory be,- - j v Walhe Cook has moved with don't think that Christian people your religion. May God Jielp you mula with; the addition of Columbia water, made in fore the Republican National ' Convention you may expect his sister, Mrs. Flora Stephenson, want to go to parties, much less to let your light shine; rReaid the the cleanesUand brightest plant in the State. Why ;otherwise?; "Roosevelt stock to advance but to theDr. Barger farm, near Go- - have them in their home. 5th chapter of Matthew, I6th You It cost Mr.Ottely $2,500 to say My-Coc- a. if otherwise the chance will be lumbia. Christians, would you want to can say it for 5c. Say it now, not eventually. There is no; Will Oliver, of Maron town, die at a party? Church member, verse. given to another 1 Rolfimnro tta f rie jcompetition with upright citLet City, and named much good, for just as quick as izens, who maintain untarnished Convention week the meeting is over, here comes reputations, and pay their pro- June 25th, as the day, one portional part of maintaining the aften the Repuplican National the parties, and here goes a heap which convenes in of the new converts to the ptr- convicts whose products go on Convention ties. I know of persons not over ' the open market with their own, Chicago. 20 years old that have made three and the profits usually to emSenator Holman has introduced ployers. Then we have never a bill creating thirty-eigh- t Senabelieved that reformation cculd torial districts. The fifteenth more m a prison district as named by him fe be encouraged indsey-Wilso- n School factory than on the public roads. composed of the counties of A Safe Place to Put Your Children managed, chances for Marion Adair and Washing. reformation in the open air are ton. q cnlonfo1 There have been several good meetings around here this winter, but it don't seem like it does & hv 14SS5 . tt-- '- -. Wfmz-- SP ftt m xi us pnt one in your home Fire never out iwss Reed Hardware Co. && Www ww www WW WW y" ; WWiiWWWWWS' 3 j Training Tay-Proper- ly Courses: . ( f 1 , I . I s v -- -- -- f j ARE YOUR EYES WEAK? reflex-actio- n' MY-COC- A Ken-tucki- an "My-Coca- ," - well-kno- Nine-tent- hs 5 My-Co- ca m rm n. I 1 r -- k ,. ! - i - ""'- I w-eek- s; i , i i i I ' -- . fi TriEADAIR COUNTY.'NEWS Dirio.-- uy .Cooper, were united in marriage Tarter. LOUISVILLE & XIN The coldest weather of this Now that the Democrats are season has been for the last 10 Latest Quotations on Live Stock Xx installed in office again I for one days, We have had plenty of am willing to sign a petition askHi XIN MX snow and ice. ing Governor McCreary to par XIN NIX CATTLE Old uncle Elzie Shepherd health don Henry Youtsey, I do not xr MX NIX IN is very feeble at this writing. any justic in Shipping steer think that there is $5.256.00 NX" xK: 3.505.50 mx punishing one man for a crime munity. D. G. Shepherd and daughters Beef steers t 4754.85 xK Mrs. Bettie Harmon, of Edith, Mrs. Carrie White and Mrs. Mar Fat heifers and cows. while all of his superiors in office Cutters 2.0o3.00 XIN aswell as in crime are permitted is on the sick list at this writ- - tha Rexroat and little daughter, Canners 1.002.L0 mg. to go free. were the guest of J. M. Shep- Bulls 2 003.85 XT XiN VX Mr. S- - C Neat, traveling sales- - herd last Thursday. Mrs. Mary McKinney, wife of IN Feeders 4.004.85 MX XIN J. W. McKinney, died on the 5th man for Otter & Co., called to The social at J. M. Shepherds Stockers 2.504 50 XlN K IS Choice milch cows inst. She had been afflicted fori see our merchants last week. flam?- E was largely attended given in & CommDn to fair cows ... Mr. J. T. Lemmon, who re- honor of Miss Hattie Williams, several years and for more than MX NIX J 7K J xK HOGS a month .her death had beep ex- turned from Stafford, Kan., a all reported a nice time. IN NIX pected afrany moment. She was short time ago has purchased the IN 6 40 The 18 months old child of Asa Choice 210 up K Mer-ideta member of the Christain property owned by Mont 625 IN Shepherd died Dec. 30. It will Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs 5.45 K church and expressed herself as be greatly missed by father ana MX Roughs 5.40 xK willing to go at any time the Mr. T. 0. Morton, of Louis mother and all the kinfolks. MX xK XK SHEEP AND LAMBS summons should come. She was ville, has been visiting his moth;x VIX IN Miss Eula Shepherd was the XiN buried on the 6th inst at the er of this, place. Daily CouierJournal one year and 4.00 5.00 guest of Miss Cora Shepherd last Best lambs xrs. Estes burying ground near the Miss Daisy Morton, visited Culls..... 2.50.300 yIN the Adair Couuty News one year. . . $4.00 XlN Saturday night and Sunday. K Fatsheep home of Finis Stotts, Rev Jessee Miss Cora Corneal Saturday and IN nix Daily Courier-Journ- al daughter of M. G. The little NIX six months IN of the Baptist church made a Sunday. XIN GRAIN. MX Shepherd is very sick at this In and News one year $2.75 xK nice talk at the home of the de- 90 mx Wheat. IN time. XIN Greensbun". Suburb's. procession seased before the Daily Courier-Journ- al 50 MX three months Corn... M In xts W. G. Shepherd and wife is on i started for the place of burial. and News one year IN $2.00 xK We are having plenty of flne the sick list this week. Local Market. "Mrs McKinney was about 70 i4 x XiN eight MX years old and is survived by her winter weather with an Shepherd and sister, Miss Cora 7K. IN husband, four children, several inch snow, were visiting tere sister near XfN The health of this community Webbs X Roads one day last Eggs IN B" XIN 22 brothers and sisters, and a host is fine at this writing. Hens 8 week. of relatives and friends. Miss Ada Henderson, of Thur-loChickens 7 On account of the inclement Cocks 3 in music will teach a class Owensby. Xweather the meeting at IndepenTurkeys 0 x MX at the home of Mr. Lark McGin-nie- s NJX dence, closed last Saturday. In C Geese vx beginning as soon as the We are at present experiencing do IN Hershel Campbell, has ordered : Ducks MX opens up a little. some of the severest weather of Wool fall clipping 7K 14 7K a magic lanten, and will soon be severe weather Nl Loy and wife, the season. Therefore we find Wool spring clipping. Mr. Crawford xK 27 mx prepared to entertain his friends MX IN of Thurlow, visited relatives in it a pleasure to sit by our huge Hides (green) XIN .'. 8J NK with the latest moving pictures IN community several days of fires, to indulge in fireside chats Feathers 44 .. and stercoptical views. He has this IN Ginseng . 5 00 and peruse our books and various x!n yet decided to go on the road last eek. not as Beeswax 50 The new residence of Mr. perodicals. xK Yellow Root. . but will use the apparatus as a mx Alonzo Howard, is about comIn" Mr. Robert Murray, wife and May Apple (per lb). trump card in drawing room enxhandomest, pleted and is the IN daughter, Hada, Mr. Min Con-ovtertainments. MX NJ" xK convenient' building' in this secVN and wife, of Sewellton, Mr. Last Monday was one of the IN xK tion of the country. Q. P. SMYTHE mx M. L. Owen and family, of this worst days we have had in a In Mr. George Howard, will have place, all were guests at G. long time That day being quarDv for ?k x VlX a public sale next week, and will Grider's Sunday. K terly court the writer arose early FIRE INSURANCE with his IN and started for Columbia, but he in a short time leave On Jan. 1, 1912, there were Nl 111 and xIn amily for Springfield IN r,ni f 0 fa NIX IJUU UUU fiUHl. J.W1. UUU1 ti,a OlV.l11 gathered togather at the home "V cW In xK REAL ESTATE The buggie contest at Mr. Wu began to weigh the limbs of the of Mr. L. C. Blair, 27 guests to IN x 2nd, drew a trees down so much that he de- W. Mitchell's, Jan. commemorate in honor of the adIN XIN Greensburg, showi IN cided that he would be safer at large crowd to vent of New Year.- At the noon and falling. She received some IN ing Mr. Mitchell's large circle of home. So he turned his horse XIN hour a nice dinner which consis-- 1 severe bruises, her arm being IN customers. Mr. Jake Nelson, and homeward went and teleNl phoned Judge Moss to continue (an Adair Co., boy) held the smd many other good things too considerably bruised and mashed 2IN IN lucky ticket and drew the handbut fortunately no bones broken. NIX the cases he was interested in. numerous to mention, was served xK In Mr. Logan Belk, of Columbia, MX Luther Polston, of West Fork, some $90 buggie home. and all partook with pleasure. xfx x NK here dringXmas. Cumberland county, did business Several neighbors and friends Mr. John Cundiff and Mr. " XIN NIX gathered at the home of M. P. xK XIN here one day last week. bert Blair, were the two oldest Friday in honor XIN J. J. England, is now carrying M. Cook's, last persons present; the former was We will send the Cincinnati Weekly XIN as of Mrs. Cook.s, 33 birthday anThe weather was the mails. ms 75 that day, while the latter is Enquire, one year, and The Adair County x a News one year for $1.25. The Enquire xK xK niversary. The surprise was quite getting so bad that uncle Zach, 50 odd. is a great paper. XIN by all NIX thought not stand to be agreeable and enjoyed Misses Dora Conover, Pearl XIN present Vester. Mi out every day, so he turned the XIN Murray, of Sewellton and Marth contract over to Mr. England for Rufus Burress, sold 10 shoats visited the latter's sister, Mrs. xK XIN : to Tyler Burress at 51 cts per lb. x the months of January and FebPeople in this section are busy XIN IX Taylor Hulda Wolford, recently. Mr. Brooks Burress. ol 7ir ruary. Mr. Orvis Wolford, who has a getting wood and making fires, xS x Mrs. Mariem Morris, fell on Co., is visiting relatives in this - NIX position in Indianapolis, Ind.. xP Mr. John Beard is putting up NIX the ice last Tuesday morning and community. x ?lN Mr. Charlie Rodgers, is ex- and who has been visiting his a room to Mrs. Sillar Burton's She is bruised her hip badly. xK XlN pected home in a few days from relatives and friends in this com-- 1 house which will improve the MX MX still unable to walk and the Springfield, III., where he has munity, left last week for his looks very much. wound is paining her Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and Lena been prospecting for his future place of business. On Jan. 1, 1912, Esq. Sam Col- Shepherd spent last week with J. G. Campbell, attended the home. Mr. Josh Heizer, who has been lins, tied the unptial knot be- Mrs. S. J. Dooley. sale of the effects of the late S. Blankenship.and Miss Oma Whitehead was visitR. Walker, Nell, last Wednes- in 111., for some time is spending tween Mr. Dick home ing her aunt,- Mrs. Sillar Burton, the winter with his parents, Mr. Miss Nannie Bunch, at the day. of the bride's parents, Mr. and last Tuesday night. Several from this place, are and Mrs. Sam Heizer. presMr. Lowe,, the shoe drummer, making arrangements to attend Messrs. Marcus Loy, and John Mrs. Ralph Bunch, in the Garner, Greensburg, visited the ence of relatives and friends. was calling on our merchants at court next Monday, but if it congroom is 60 and the bride 37 Ves'ter, last Wednes'day. tinues to snow they will certain- family cf J. E. Loy Wednesday. The Mr. Sam Cannon, bought 35 years old. ly have anything but a pleasant Miss Liza Dooley spent last acres of Green river bottom land Uncle Calbert Blair, who re- Thursday night with Mrs. Sillar order to close out our entire trip. at Glenview, adjoining a track sides with his daughter, Mrs. A. Burton. stock of Winter Clothing, We will Pellyton. of land he already owned, pay- - Geo. Conover, of Roy, was visitOur merchants at Vester, ins S2000 for the bottom. Andl ing his son, Logan, and other Mr. W. Moore offer our Suits and Over Coats at and Mrs. S. J. J. Miss Etwal Lemmon, is visitwill move in a short time, we re- iriends here last week. ing her sister, Mrs. Pearl HarDooley, are having a good trade. the following Prices for CASH: gret to give up some of our best Mrs. Valeria Grider visited at den, of Campbellsville. ' t neighbors and citizens. Mr. Mrs.- - Martha E. Barger's one day. All $15i00 Suits cut to - - $il.98 Send us 1.25 and we will send you Miss Emma Oyerstreet. of Johnie Blakeman, will: occupy last week. k $10.00 - $11.0Q suits cut to $8.48 the, Weekly Cincinnati Enquire and The Peck, Ky., is visiting relatives Mr. Cannon's property vacated. ( ".""" $10.48. Mr. Lee Floyd, of Indiana, is News one. year each. $12.00 - $13.50 in this community. "community at this ct $15.00 Over visiting iri this' Coats ".' " $11.98 Mr. John J. Coffey,, who has If your children ar e. subject to at - writing. " Persons troubled with partial paralyit $10.00 - $11.00 Over Coats $8.48 atch for the first tacks of croup, been visiting his son, O. :AjCof-fe' sis are often: very much "benefited .by "Mrs. Mary ICearris,wife of Mr. symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamberof 'Elida, N. Ml returned massagingthe affected parts thoroughlain's Cough Remddy as soon as the ly when applying, jChamberlain's "Lirii Gris Ke'arns, happened to a very home. child becomes hoarse and the attack w ment. Tljjs liniment also relieves 31, 1911 Mr. rheumatic"pains. For sale by taull painful accident one day during may be warded off. For sale by Faull On December' the slick weather, by slipping Drug Co. Birt Dickson and Miss Lula Drug Co. w, i by Rev. Henry Lee. Mr. Samuel H. Workman, sold some nice hogs to Messrs. J. H. Sanders and D. S. Ellis. Mr. Bony Stapp, of Texas, has been visiting his brother-in-laMr. James Powel, of this com- MARKETS. aei9ieK- - -- aeKa& 35.00-45.15.00-35.- C0 00 G$ldd flnly li!iinf$ - h. ary and February. -- 3.00-3.- 25 To-da- w, 1 -- uuring Year iil I , We not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List er r w i - One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets j The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year Cal-jvisit- ed J he-coul- d Louisville Times an d News 1 j I $4.50 xiN-x- 5KK)K &SX& In $n3nn - Closin Out Sale. J. . "" y, " $1 Russell & Co. l FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PERSON'S BOWEL TROUBLE pears the adaik county news The Rounnd Up. All is not auriferous that ap- aureate. doughnuts that the Kaiser had light in our children's eyes, the his fingers crossed when-hsaid joys of home and hearthside are not these the best riches of life. it. Rochester e Post-Express. L j ! & N. Time Card tejMt 650pm 90 The raw, cold winds are very NORTH BOUND damaging to the face and hands, fBAiN Lv. Lebanon AK.Liiin.u SMSara 7J3 am exposed to the weather, The 7:2a 1015an 0.23.... ........4:30 pm ........ housewife has many occasions Jo.22 823pm ." -. 7 Jo. S2 am to wet her hands, and the' chilJo Ifani Nos. 92 and S8 are.Snmkty trsina ci dren suffer a great deal with iVTi it?o it r rm chapped lips, faces and hands; j. rtm.inn. n lnr,fa especially about the wrists and value of farms jn the South has HOTEi uaciv oi tne nanus, wnere fll almost donbled. 4i they do not to take Dr. Caldwell's 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. surface is carelessly dried. Where W. W. caHjf.IOB, Prop v s of the adult popu'a-- i it is not absolutely necessary to After the opening of the Pantion of Switzerland have deposits use soap, wheat s Table brand or oafc- -i ama Canal Yokohoma is expected Good Sample F?oome o j in banks. meal makes an excellent substi to become the center of Japan's Feed Stable The figures for 1911 show tute. For these bath bags, use shipping business. Reasonable Rates 72.488 horses in Paris, compared three pounds of new wheat brand All kinds of fireworks are more o with 96,698 in 1910, a decrease one ponnd and a half of almond commonly used in Mexico than in GEftDYlILLE. K 25- percent. of meal, one pound of grated castle the United States. A half a part of iron to a mil- soap; make bags of double cheese Any rowboat can be converted A ' HUGHES lion parts of water is detectable cloth six inches square, and into a power craft by the use of J company A by taste and two and after mixing the ingredients recently devised detachable pro-fi- C. D. BLINDS. parts will stain clothing washed well,each bag with three peller and electric motor, driven VETERINARY SURGEOh Largest;Wholesale Sash and Door House in water containing that amount. tablespoonf uls of the preparation, by storage batteries. in the South. sew up'the opening and use the Tests made by an English z Whiskey imported into Aushave shown that it is bag thesame as you would use tralia after the first of next year Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. T We appreciate them. possible for a single master clock soap. This should give you thirty must bear an excise certificate to operate 500 other clocks strung four bags, one to be used for each showing it has been matured in !f(f! E. Main Street along fifty miles of wire. oarn. ino soap is required. o wood for at least two years. .6 L.B 8&UiBL.t3 '1$ 0 L0UISVILLE.1KY. INCORPORATED. To keep the face, hands and A new vacuum cleaner for Brazil's official rubber export 1r Special Attnetin (0 Ees i fr $& automobiles and the clothing of wrists from getting rough and O'f'J'POO returns for the first six months ristulo, l, Spavin or any their occupants is operated by cnapped, cleanse well with a this vear show a denrensp nf gical work done at fair prices. IFuram well fixed to Men the exhaust gases of a car to good vegetable oil soap and quite about 50 per cent from last vear , s ey due when take care of stock. stock work is done or removed from stables. which it may be permanently at- warm water, rinse with cold water figures for the same peaiod. U. G. HAHDKICK. Prcs. R. B. DIETZMAN. Sec J. 11. COCKE, V. Pres. LOCATION PiFAR ED HUGHES to remove soapsuds; have a basin, FISIfENCf, tached. For those living in small apart ON BURKSVILIE STREET. MHII Preliminary returns of the cen- 'and put in it a handful of ments a New York man has inVU sus of the new union of South oatmeal; pour over the meal one vented a flat gas stove that can Africa, taken in May, show a to- - quart of boilling water, stirring be folded against a wall, out of ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED !889 . 1.. popu'ation of 5,958,499, a wen; lecscana until quite miiKy, the way, when it is not in use. tal H. Stone, squeeze all the milk out of the! gain of 15.12 per cent.since 1904. Attoney-At-LaDEALERS IN then strain and New York fire department off- meal, A Lamentable Tragedy. C Will praclice m ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLIS. . wash the skin with the liquid icials have decided that the fire this and adjoining counties. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS dry on. This is harmless, must go and have appoint- and let horse The killing of Mrs. Edward B. Jamstown, : 1301 TffiRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. Kentucky, LOUISVILLE inexpensive and effectual. Good ed a commission to select the Fennel by a Louisville chauffeur for every member of the family. yW 5a, best type of motor apparatus. -who is charged with drunkenri2.'.j SMOKESTACK !'jT Here is something so harmless Ti!ie ness, disorderly conduct, malicA new Australian law requires that one need have no fear of that methylated spirits shall con-ai- n using it, yet is said to be a most ious assault and murder, was a lamentable tragedy which not enough naphtha to make Sheet Iron and Tank Work excellent bleach. Beat the white them unpalatable for drinking of an egg to a stiff froth, add the . only causes sorrow in Frankfort j where Mrs. Fennell was well and thus prevent their sale as SP8S juice of a lemon, and place in a pan &wt l known and widely popular, but intoxicants y T'i v. of water on the stove so that the j widespread desire J0UB1NQW0RK SOLICITED A member of the faculty of hot water around the pomade also creates a the university at Birmingham, will not cook or scorch the egg; to see the charges against the -- All Kinds of Machinery Repaired England, has patented a small stir into a smooth paste. As chauffeuer vigorously prosecuted. apparatus for the direct recov-- , soon as you have stirred the mix- -' The killing whicn iooks a ery of ammonia from gas econom ture to a thick cream, take it good deal like murder comes close upon the heels of the ac ically. from the heat and use. After quittal of a Mr. Montenegro Mr. Bryan arises again to de- Washing the faceand neck, take killed a man, nr fclare that he will not be the a little of the pomade and cover whose machine recently, and not long' 'Democratic candidate for Presi- the face and neck the same as in Louisville At Lowest Cut Rate Prices ago a boy was run down ana kill dent next year. His using cold cream. Rub well into avenue. , no doubt, will loyally aid the skin. As soon as the egg be- t;um A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner hin to the fulfillment of proph- gins to dry, rub the face with a For sometime our Kentucky metropolis was comparatively Fer Box Laxative Bromo Quinine 19c ecy. New Orleans t. soft towel, which takes off the " " aa pfmm PofolifiQS f enrh Singley LaxativeJTablets 15c paste and leaves the complexion chauffeursi HENRY WATTEfiSON fButfa.lureto Hills Cascara Quinine 25c Kaiser William is not the only soft, beautiful and white. N01 is bearing fruit. Weeks Break a Cold Tablets 25c father in the world who has a powder is necessary. "'" Editor. Nyals 25c It is high time for Louisville to , son who believes he knows more A. D. S.' " ' " 25c This world is full of beauty. We awaken to the fact that if the than the old man. Memphis ' " We Can Furnish You Rexal 19c aloue, with the energy of our chauffeurs whose machines kill Commercial Appeal. Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Bottle 83c greed, make it ugly But we can 'pedestrians are not . (,, ( Georgia seems to be headed 3c Aflatf lOUIlty NeVS Emulsion hiding! the Scotts not altogether succeed in individual atthejInC back for Little Joe Brown, after all its beauty, " OilCod Liver Nyals and the open eyes wheel will continue to kill through .another brief experience of and appreciative heart still, willful negligence. It is to bej Qncl " "" ne Wine 100 Smithery. Georgia, too, is a state ': " " "" 89c Rexal t 'v without going far afield, may hoped that the prosecution of contmuous performance and i " Emulsion 50c Weekly catch glimses and often behold E. H. Morrison will be thorough, n there is always something going " 83c A.D. S. the full glory of field and flower and that the court will show no on there. ." 83c and starry heaven. How deeply undue leniency if it is proven Courier-Journ- al Col. Bryan says he doesn't ex- must we pitty the life to which Vinol 1.00 that he was drunk at the time of pect to take any less interest in the'beauty of the world brings no the alleged murder. Write us for Quotations politics,- - but he means to go deep- enriching; he who does not take To Mr. Fennel the News-JournSixth & Jefferson t CITY Both One Year- LOUISVILLE, KY er into the religious end. He can't a deep breath and feel a terill of extends its sympathy. Frank-- 1 ' go more than a quart9r of an pleasure at sight of mountain, fort News. ! ' For $LSa religious end of prairie or sea. And all the prodthe anuggling, it was plenty cold ; inch into become of the What has politics as practiced in this coun- igal beauty of this world is but winters? How does it river navigation was long susA professor in France was sent try without striking bottom. j a message to us of the greater happen that most .of our cold pended; winter came in early and We can also gfve literal to prisoner for making a fuss be Kansas City Journal. upholds it all, love of the life that waves are warmed over? Miy stayed late. And the summers, cause his train departed ahead combination rate with Da - of therchesof him that inhabits Ex- - Ambassador Hill is workfollow on the too, are less trying. While spring don't blizzards of schedule time. Life fox the mg on a History of Diplomacy."1 enternity. And fairer yet than public utilities these must be one orSunday Courier Journal. 'heels of their predictions? Until has all but disappeared. Probably Write Courier-Journ- al Comchapter on ladies' fashions field or flower, treasures greater long, sweet song. to Kentucky we had j the almanacs would convict us of The "we came pany, Louisville, Ky., for is expected to be especially illum- and more enduring than ours for heard of weather " cold error, and memoroy in sucfy matnever inating. Balimore News. the taking, the appreciating, in A theatrical journal tells us free sample copy of edition ,' enough to freeze the ears on a ters is unreliable, but it certainly A dispatch from London quotes friendships, human love, and that there are 5,000 actors-ouof you desire, but be sure to 4)'rass 'monkey " neither heard seems to us that the weather the Kaiser as saying that he companionship The peace that work. How could it be otherwise send your subscription order" nor realized it. But, in those man is less extreme with us than "is the only friend thats England broods from a mother's face, 'the with pugilists and baseball play- to 'of it this paperNOT to th days of sleighing and was his wont. Louisville Times. has in Germany. "It is dollars to strength of a father's life, the ers crowding the stage. earlier i Grimalkin may glance at the One of the most remarkable proofs Syrup Pepsin. You can prolong your xf the unusual laxative merit con- life by healthy bowel action. Clogged royal gazaboo. tained in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin bowels invite disease. Women about Lots of fellows spend most of is that it is effective not only in peo- to pass the menstrual period cannot ple in the prime of life, but at the do better than use Syrup Pepsin sevextremes of ages. As many letters eral times a week until the system has their lives trying to change are received from mothers regarding settled to its future condition. the cures of children, as from men and Amontr the strongest sunoorters of places. women of sixty, seventy and eighty Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Mr. Many a man curses his luck .years of age." It must be truly a wonV. G. Zorn of New Decatur, Ala., and Mr. George S. Spaulding of the Na- who never derful laxative. New had any. In the cure of constipation and tional Soldiers' Home, Kansas, both York Times, "Ijowel trouble in old people it has no elderly men. The regular size bottles ccmal. It corrects the constipation, can be bought of any druggist at fifty A fiffcv mile telenhone cable dispels the headache, biliousness, gas, cents and one 'dollar, but a free sam- pie bottle can be had by sending your drowsiness after eating, etc. People will soon connect England and livancing in years should see to it address to the doctor Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, Belgium .hat their iowels move freely, and ! For ihc Toilet. The Round Up. I No. 27 Mo. 23 no--" In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1S03. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisvhj.e!Z. Ar. Leba.no 7:00 am S.42km ....8U5am 330 pra ....10.0am 7.10 pro lOiOOjm pro ' t : A goldfish seldom lives in captivity for more than five years. New York City is said to possess the only woman blacksmith in the country. Girls now operate the elevators 1 Vk 1 No No 21 S3 1 8 . 63-5p- 3 j- f - . I , J ' i MORE First-Clas- j Two-fifth- , - mowt4 V V Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Materia!, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. o3 t - ! one-hal- f j ll Crenshaw - j elec-tricci- an j 211-2- 15 , VJ Poll-evi- t ; i WT Pvnp & Slfinniv JUpMlj piIibW$IGHTS f --- !. .. mMCHliSTS j Joseph w -- "J ittr Why . 4 !Not . - jfirt Read 1 ' Everything In The Dr og Line The fOOriCr fellow-Democra- ts, I u i Journal? Times-Democra- ! ! ! : f . man-handl- ed ., 42-8- bull-neck- ed - 50-1- 00 i j" I ! ! l j j HALL PHARMACY, old-fashion- j al t ed I ; t 5. Courier Journal. i V. If, T ". is J. if w' X THE ADAIR COUNTY HEWS HogwaKow Doings. i Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this upl Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs,-and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. . The Postmaster is busy taking subscriptions for the Congsess-ion- al Record. LARDU I Woman'sTonic Mrs. Grace . Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to. have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and' I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist. Write to: Ladles Advisory DepL. Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., book'Kome Treatment for Women," sent free. J 50 for Special Instructions, and ge WMwau Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo ,had Office 'Phone 40-- 1 been troubled with sick headache for Res. 'Phone 29. about five years, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tableta. She has Dr. James Triplett two bottles of them and they taken have cured her. Sisk headache is Dentist. caused by a disorded stomach for which these tablets are especially intended. JEFFRIES BLOCK Tip- them, get well and stay well. Sold COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 by Paull Drug Co. - Little Fidity Finders has cut a hole in his spelling book to peep at the teacher through. Poke Eazily believes that everybody has been given two ears to enable them to hear both sides of the question. Frisby Hancock went to hear the Hog Ford preacher last Sunday. The sermon was so long both of his feet went to sleep. The postmaster did not rest well last night. He says every time he eats cheese for supper he is bothered with the rats. The Hog Ford preacher had one of the largest crowds of the season to hear his sermon last Sunday. The room was so full no one could leave the house until the preacher was through. Tobe Mosely is disabled somewhat this week with a large win on his neck. He is in communication with several patent medicine firms, believing that he can sell them a testimonial illustrated with his picture A spelling match will be held can do this only by striving to bring into each life, touched how- POVERTY OF CHINA ever remotely by his own, all the sunshine we can command. It is Misery of the Millions That Are wonderful when one stops to Always Hungry. think of it, how far reaching for good or for evil our influences GRIM STRUGGLES FOR FOOD. may become. You all know something of the wonderful working Horses, Donkeys, Mules and Camels of the wireless telegraphy, where When No Longer Fit For Work Ara the voiceless air carries the mes- Turned Into Butcher's Meat Th Gleaners on the Sugar Wharfs. sage from one point to another, FOR 1911 Writing of the millions and millions through miles of distance, and of Inland China, whoso lives are spent BRIGHTER, BETTER,' we are assured that the thoughts face to face "with starvation, Edward Alsworth Ross in the Century says: we send out work in the same "No "natural resource Is too trifling BIGGER THAN EVER manner. We are told that to be turned to account by the teemTHEJREGUUR PRICE OF "Thoughts are things and we ing population. The sea is raked and strained for edible plunder. ' Seaweed should be careful of the charac- and kelp have a place in the larder. ter of the thoughtwaves we send Gjeat quantities of shellflsh no bigger THE LOUISVILLE TIMES THE LOUIS VIILLE TIMES out. ' is possible that many of us have failed to make of the past year all we could wish, but if we It at the Wild Onion school house Saturday night. The teacher will give out the words. This is the first opportunity he has had in a S long time to use big words. While going through the woods on his way home from ' school yesterday afternoon Little Fidity Flinders lost his way. He had his A Quear Acquittal, big geography with him, however horses, donkeys, mules and camels beand reached home in safety, withThe acquittal, by jury, of the come butcher's meat. The cow or pig a natural death is not that has two men who were indicted for disdained. died Canton dressed rats and out much delay. In HENRYiWATTERSON, Editor A lively shooting affray took criminal responsibility in the loss cats are exposed for sale. Scenting a possible opening for a tannery, the place at the dance on Gimlet of 147 lives in the shirt waist governor of Hongkong once set on foot a National Newspaper, Democratic in Is of the to what creek Saturday night, but the factory horror in New, York City, an inquiry asinnumerablebecame slaughpigs skins of the politics. It prints all the news without Excelsior Fiddling Band was will cause some surprise through- tered in the colony. He learned that fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 they were all made up as 'marine delimaking so much noise only a few out the country. cacy' and sold among the Chinese. a year, but you can get the WEEKLY The accused men were the pro"Another time he was on the point close bystanders could hear it. of ordering the extermination of the COURIER-JOURN- AL The Mail Carrier was delayed prietors of the establishment mangy curs that infest the vUlages in and it was clearly shown that the Kowloon district because they hayesterday in getting into perrassed the Sikh policemen they had not provided sufficient formance of their duties. In the ND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW found on account of having to He safeguard against just such a just In time that such an act would drive around one of Tobe Mosely 's 'Interfere with the food of the people,' BOTH ONE YEAR big pumpkins that had accident-- . atastrdPhe as occurred when something a British colonial governor must never do. their factory caught fire. ally rolled out into the road. "Though the farmer thriftily combs Exits were closed, his harvest field, every foot of the Jefferson Potlocks has discovby decayed and unservicable, every- short stubble is gone over againconered that a large bump of caupoor women and children, who are thing so arranged as to precipi- tent if in a day's gleaning they can tiousness is developing on his to wheat panic, and these men were gather a handful of morrow.heads the On keep them alive on the head since he engaged in a fight tate responsible, through their care- Bongkong water front the path of the with Standard Hancock at Rye ware- carrying if you will give or send your order to this lessness, for the appalling loss of :oolies and junk produce between is lined with tattered house Straw. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Cvomen, most of them with a baby on life. Fit Smith appeared in the back. Where bags of beans or rice m, ine jury nas found them a not are in transit a onsen wait with basket today after an absence of guilty" and the heartless em- - and brusu to sweep up the srains dropped from the sacks. On a wharf three days and nights. On la st ... ployers Of Child labor laugh in where crude sugar is being repacked Gaurlor-Jo- m Yr Daily Wednesdav he went into the Tampa (Fla ) 5quat sixty women scraping the inside .their sleeves of the discarded sacks, while others creek bottoms in search of posTribune. run by the bearer, if his sack leaks a sums, and soon had one located little, to catch the particles as they Courier-Journ- al, . Yr unday Fall. When sugar is being unloaded a in a hollow log. Fit never takes a Local Option Election Called. mob of Gleaners swarm upon the dog with him, being unwilling to lighter the moment the last sack leaves 1 We can give you a combination cut and eagerly scrape from the gangplank divide honors with anything or Ine people of Lincoln county (and tuo deck tue SUgar mixed with I rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write anybody else, and he took a seat are to again have the opportuni- - airt that for tsvo uour3 bas boen tram I this paper. on the end oi the log to wait till ty to vote upon the question as IJieu iuio a ihuck uy iue unit: jcci ui twoscore coolies trotting back and it came back out, having plenty to whether or not they will have forth across a dusty road. of "There of patience and a twist of good the licensed sale of spirituous, ous factsare a number how miscellaneclose the that bint smoking todacco. After having vinous and malt liquors. At the masses live to the edge of subsistence. nonular The brass cash, the waited thus until the following last regular county court day, coin in China, is worth most twentieth the afternoon, he became s uspicious December 11th, a petition hear- 5f a cent: but, as this has been found too to meet of that the sly animal had entered ing the requisite number of the valuable oblong bitsall the needs cirpeople, of bamboo his hiding place for the winter, names was presented to Judge culate in some provinces at the value 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROB of half a cash. and then he decided he would Bailey, and notwitdstanding a "Incredibly small are the portions by the huckster. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long crawl into the hole after him. protest was filed asking that prepared for sale bean curd, four Two walEuble inches of as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights This he did, but after entering time be given the temperance nuts, five peanuts, fifteen roasted and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. he was .horrified when he saw people to go over and attempt to beans, twenty melon' seeds, make a portion. The melon vender's stand is INCH 58 r daylight at the other end. Not to purge the list of names which decked out with wedges of insipid 50INCH T7T7T7T7T7T1W melon the two fingers. The ,be out d6ne he crawled on were alleged to be signed irregu- householder size of the butcher's stall leaves 42MCH through, believing that the pos- larly, Judge Bailey ordered an with a morsel of pork, the pluck of a a fowl and a sum had done the same thing election to be held on February 3ardine, tied strip of fish asa big as of together with blade 26INCH s many hours before. 10th, 1912,. when the matter will grass. Careful observers say that of the conversation among combe finally decided. The election mon Chinese relates to food. a-- s WEEKLY make stepping-stone- s of our past mistakes, ladders for reaching the higher grounds, it is far better than to sit down and sorrow over them. We should remember that another day is given us.and determine to keep the new page as cleanly as we wish the old one could have been. Speak the kind word; do the kind deed. Don't keep the "flowers for the coffin;" do not starve the hungry hearts for the kind word you keep for the eulogy. No one ever regretted doing a kind deed, or speaking a kind word, or seeking to brighten the life of another. The Commoner. OURIER JOURNAL than one's finger nail are opened and made to yield a food that finds its IS way far inland. The fungus that A YEAR. springs up In the grass after a rain is eaten. Fried sweet potato vines furnish the poor man's table. The roadIf YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEt side ditches are bailed out for the sake of fishes no longer than one's TO US, YOU CAN GET finger. Great panniers of strawberries, half of them still green, are collected in the mountain ravines and No weed or THE ADAIR COUNTY offered in the markets. stalk escapes the bamboo 1'ake of the autumnal fuel gatherer. The grass NEWS tufts on the rough slopes are dug up by the roots. The sickle reaps the prain close to the ground, for straw AND and chaff are needed to burn under the rice kettle. The leaves of ths trees are a crop to be carefully gathTHE L0UISVJLEE ered. One never sees a rotting, stump or a mossy log. Bundles of brush carried miles on the human back heat TIMES the brick kiln and the potter's furnace. After the last trees have been taken the far and forbidding heights BOTH ONE YEAR and matare scaled by lads with down or dig up the seedtock to cut lings that if left alone would reclotho FOR ONLY the devastated ridges. "The cuisine of China is one of the great toothsome cuisines of the world, THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is but for the common people the stomach and not the palate decides what shall be food. The silkworms are eat- the best afternoon paper printed en after the cocoon has been unwound anywhere. from them. After their work Is done $5.00 $4.50. Has the best corps of corres pendents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fair to everybody. Hog-wallo- w J Fap SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPT fire-escap- es TI0N RIGHT AWAY TO THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. Probably a FaRe. J I Hog-wallo- w nal. S6.00 I j $2.00 i J j I j &X3S3 ELL WOOD WIRE FENCE j The story from Indianapolis that John J. McNamara's hair has turned white since his incarceration in the San Quentin penitentiary in California, and that it was only slightly touched with gray when he was spirited out of Indianapolis, is probily a fake, pure and simple. The story of hair turning white in a night or some other short period of time was once a favorite one with writers of fiction who wished to impress upon their readers the capacity of their heroes or heroines for suffering. But physicians have contended that nobody's hair ever turned white in a night, and fictionists have about abandoned the story of such sudden changes of the complexion of the capilliary ap-pende- nrp-r- four-Sfth- Another Day. TCt V t .3C2Ug:vru&" UUircrTCEar.i XTTf i' Piarnw.i nuitini.- CLLWOOD FIELD FEMCE (STANDARD STYtfiNADE .,.. . jk- -. ifTsxTlElcSTS1 i. fc Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. . .. Louisville, Ky. The New Day has begun. It goes without saying that we each wish for the other, success and If your children are subject to at prosperity in all good underta- tacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamberkings; but we- - should, do more lain's Cough Remddy as soon, as thef we should4work for child becomes hoarse and the attack than wish warded off. For sale by Paull the fulfillment, of the wish. We may be Drug Co. , promises to be a .warm one as "Comfort is scarce as well as food. The city coolie sleeps on a plank In .both sibes are preparing to make an airless kennel in a filthy lane with a block for a pillow and a quilt for a News. a vigorous fight. cover. When in a south China hospital the beds were provided with springs and mattresses, supplied by a philanthropic American, all the patients were found next morning sleeping on, the floor. Afteij being used to a board covered with a mat they proper-slumbcould not on a soft bed." ' get-thei- r er - Perhaps McNamar's hair is somewhat whiter than it was a few months ago. If that is the case that is probably the whole of the foundation of the report. More probably there has been no appreciable change. Frankfort 2'" An English physician guarantees to cure blushing. It will be news that the age suffers overmuch from this afflection of soperflu?' ous modesty. ft S 8 Big Elm. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 'A er suitable for us to improve Gradyville. Fletcher one dayjast week. them. We haver the material ac"Messrs. Ray and Luther Smith, Mr. W. W. Yates has returned cessible, and with very little ex'Pain glad to report ho serious spent the holidays with their, pense, our roads could be made to his home at Edmonton. sickness in this section at this uncle James Cole. Several bids for the mail routes much better, notwithstanding time. Mrs. 0. V. Cheatham, is on Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery going out from this place, were the fearful conditions at present. we are having - some bad the sick list at this writing. weather, but the citizens of this The best time we have heard Misses Lora Fletcher, and Ruth put in. Department prepared Thomas, spent Monday with Miss valley are generally any one making since the days Miss Annie Kinnaird, of Red of With its wonderful selection c . the best that the marwith about all the nesesaries of Lola Thomas. Lick, will begin a school at the of Nancy Fanks, was made by ket affords, offers Special attractive Bargains every life so they say let her come, we Mrs. Emma Grisson, of Burn-sid- residence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo two students ot the schools o day in the week. The Fall Line of can stand a bombardement of Columbia. The actual time in and Mrs. Joe Baker, of H. Nell, in a few days. the weather for sometime. Louisville, are visiting Mrs. T. T. Some very important part of making the trip afoot, was two Carpets-Linole- um The stock holders of the tele- Baker at this writing. the machinery of our roller mill hours stopping at Bliss a space phone line, from this place to Mrs. Cora Keen and children, gave way a few days ago, and of 10 or "15 minutes, any way Makes shopping afour store pleasant and profitable. Denmark, held a meeting at the spent last Thursday with Mrs. long enough to have their shoe isconsequently our mill not Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are residence of Mr. Sidney Collins, C C. Fletcher. heels replaced. These young making flour at this time, but always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug last Tuesday to frame some new Mr. Alvls Jones, will soon have grinding corn. men were Messrs. Ed Diddle and Store. rules in regard to rates on the his new residence completed, he Dock Walker, former citizens of Owing to the severe cold time between the two places on will add great looks to his home. our town. They certainly unweather our pastor, Rev. J. R. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, account of so much bad weather Miss Ella Baker, spent a few derstand how to walk if they do Crawford, failed to reach his apfor some time. Incorporated days last week with her cousin, lose their shoe heels. pointment at Union, on last Sun I can not report much visiting Miss Willa Wood. 522 and 524 West Market St. I will ring off this time by sayday. we are getting ready when but Misses Lola Thomas, and Lora ing that Mr. Uriah Bradshaw There are several cases of the fine weather comes. Fletcher, were the guests of Miss and family have moved from our fever in this community at this Mr. Edward Aaron, of Den- - Ruth Thomas Monday night. town to the farm of Mr. J.. H. time, and our two physicians are mark, was here a few days ago. Mrs. Fannie Cheatham, who Smith. Mr. Bradshaw will beG. Bradshaw, was here has been & js reported better kept busy. Mr. gin work on Mr. Smith's new Quite a number of our citizens last week looking for cattle at nrGsent barn at once. He says it will be Mr. Willis Blakey, is expected to attended the sale of the late S. when completed, one of the best Owen Fletcher, made a trip R. Walker, of Nell, last week, in a few days. Rowena last week. in this section Wholesale and Retail in. the county. and report the property selling He is buying calves of all de Joe Binns, Jesse and Charlie scription. Russell Springs. Fletcher,, went o it for a fox race at its value. Mr. L. U. Turner, bought one day during Xmas, they startMr. J. Q. Alexander, the pop-ulAll Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors andlBIinds Mr. Geo. Smith, of Columbia, n eight head of calves last week ed one fox on big Renox, when dry goods and Columbia, Kentucky. from different parties at about the race was ended they found man, of Campbellsville, made visited his daughter, Mrs. Jule u $8 per head. themselves near the Marrow- our town one day last week, and Kimble, last week. Biba, saw mill company has bone store. Mr. Leonard Wilson is again as usual, for the last twenty pushed their work all the fall Mr. L. W. Cunningham, of this years, did a good business with behind the counter in his broth and winter, Up to this spell of place, moved to Burkesville last our merchants. er, F. L. Wilson's store. The Adair County News and . Courier-Journ- al they have done a Thursday. bad weather Mr Hammond Jones, travel Mr. Strong Hill, one of our wonderful chance of sawing. During the hard rain last citizens who has been living in ing shoe man, on his way to R. Soth One Year for $1.50. Mr. Willis Cain, has had about Saturday night E. W. Thomas' our town for the past thirty Springs had the misfortune to hickory lumber crib fell down, there was seventy-f$300 worth of years, informed your reporter get one of his horses injured and sawed and delivered to Columbia ive killed that on last Sunday, the cold, telephoned in for a horse, arrivbill, of corn in it. market, also a large lot of oak three fine hogs. snowy day of the season, that ing about dark at this place poplar. and Mr. Ed Morgan, from Burkes- only two persons passed and re- Wednesday, his home being Messrs. Bryant and Willie ville, moved to his farm near DR. H. W. DEPP, Dertist, passed the street all day. Such Junction City, Ky. Blair, left last Wednesday for Amandaville last week. We are Work Guaranteed an occurrence never happened Mr. Dan Wilson fell on the icy Office over People's Bank. father has certainly glad to welcome Mr. before. Texas, where their Edmonton, Kentucky. pavement Wednesday morning been for 3 or 4 months, I under- Morgan in our neighborhood. The severe cold weather of and dislocated a shoulder and is stand they will send back for the last week made fuel a little snffering much at present. Ella. rest of the family. scarce in our town. Charlie Miss Mary Hadley has been a HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Some time ago in leaving DenHealth of this community is Sparks and Wes Parson, both all f OR RAW PURS AND HIDES great sufferer the past ten days mark our way showed us the pretty good. Wool on Commission. Write tor price around good fellows and black- from stepping on a plank with a list mentioning this ad. -Em&&mi? grandest and most beautiful Mr. J. Q Corbin, sold a nice .Establlstiacl 1837 smiths too, are in need of a little rusty mail protruding.it penatra-tin- g scenery. We traversed the ridgy lot of fat hogs to J. B. Abrell, JOHN WHITE SCO L0UISV1LLE.KY. & mp u n wood Black 'Jacks make good the foot, causing inflammasummit of the mountain range price unknown. stove wood. The weather is fine for hog tion. which runs along the Southern killing, and Mr. Oliver Goodin Mr. Dan Tarter, who has been A little child of Mr. B. Leach ing, returning to the home of the bank of Greasey creek and conkilled a nice lot the ninth, the living on his father's farm, in a grandmother Sunday fell and broke an arm Monday. grooms nect with the group of bold day was enjoyed, several were CAUSE AND REMEDY, few miles of this, place, for a Drs. Combest and Hatfield were night, where a bountiful table ringed mountains overlooking present that dav. Mr. Goodin point the is a good man and always get number of years, closed a deal were summoned to replace the was spread and neighbors await- - Uncertainty of the immediate Cabbin Fork. At one last week with about all the broken bone. ing them. view is exceedingly striking. help at any kind of work. future is looked upon by many men heirs, buying them out. This as a blockade to enter- From the eminent hight we ocMr. H. Stephens and family of affairs, business prosperity Dept. Sheriff Hughes was in visitand' Mr. Robt. Pike and wife, prfse deal put Mr. Tarter in possession cupied we could see a vast and ed the family our midst serving some- - 40 or are preparing to move into their this blockade is now quite apparent ofMr. Alfred of an average farm of his comof trade varied expanse of country. In Goodin's Sunday, more men, to appear before new home lately erected out 2h throughout the channels jrrciJiuciiLiai ijicuuuu, me munity. our f romt and to the right the the board at Jamestown and give miles on the Danville road, where efforts of Congress with no fixed Mr. S. W. Pile, took dinner Messrs. Geo. E. Nell, G. T. an account why their taxes they will have one of the most purpose; Organized Labor as a new mountains rose like blue domes, at Mr. Robt. Pike's Sunday. Mrs. together with a tremendous decline the bottom Pike is a fine cook and set a nice Flowers, J. F. Pendleton, Ed and should hot be raised etc., causing desirable homes around here. He factor in politics; greater or less of other matters of which eye sight could not dinner, all kinds of cakes, and U. N. Whitlock and Allen Kelt-ne- r, quite a considerable kicking. and Miss Miss Rena will continue import, represent at this time a interall of this town and commu see, was spread between the pies and above all a fat turkey.' in the goods business at the old chaotic conflict of separate Goff was at the Kimble which is now the ests, to harmonize nity, are on the tobacco market Walter place. range wliere we were and the problem before the country. Mrs. Claybuck, visited the . Monday night. Louisville, this week. These house All want Prosperity, Peace and towering blue mountain beyond. familf of Mr. Oliver Goodin's at An infant child of Mr. and Plenty. Read with care;the CinA very pretty Wedding took men are some of our best toConsiderable below flowed the one day last week. Mrs. Chas. Hammond died Wed- cinnati Enquirer, a journal that bacco growers, and are certainly place at the Kimble House Wed- nesday morning Jan. 3rd. beautiful Cabbin on the other prints all the news each day from every commercial center throughgood judges of the weed, as well nesday night before quite a side, the land was low and near Craycraft. Master Hobert Wilson is on an out the world. A barometer of as other things, and it is hoped large company where Bro.Piercy ly level, running in the ascent: causes and effects that points out, The health of this neighbor- by our farmers that they will se- pastor of the M. E. Church, in a extended visit to his aunt and as a Beacon Light, the danger and until the eye was lost in the the safeguard therefrom. hood is not very good at present. cure the best prices for their very impressive manner joined family, atOno. horrizon. As well known, the Daily EnMr. John Combest, is erecting tobacco, and we hope when we in Holy matrimony, Mr. Chas. Dr. Combest has purchased the quirer is the largest in size and We see in the Adair County a new barn and will soon have it hear their return that old Adair Williams, Eunice Ky., and Miss property now occupied by Mr. highest priced paper in the United Jtf ews that some of the corresStates, yet cheapest, measured by completed. county tobacco will foot up with Emma Overstreet, of Peck, Ky. John Marcum aid will take quality and quantity. pondence write the name of beautifully Misses Lou Richard, Flosie Anderson county in quality and The bride was Jan 12th. The Weekly Enquirer, with the ' their Saviour with an X in cream and digest of all the news, Calhoun, Emma and Irene Mur- - prices, and these men will re dressed in blue Sdtin and the Miss Neva Dowell left Jan. 1st able and conservative editorials, One speaking of Christmas. rel, and Beatrice Breeding, and turn with a fuller, determination groom in conventional black. for Georeia. where she has a market reports, methods and reyear ago a preacher in writing Mr. Dudley Hays, have all enter- to grow a better crop in the in- Landlord Kimble and wife en- - position as teacher in a school. sults from Government and State his letter used an X to spell the Experiment Stations, veterinary ed school at the L. W. T. S. coming year, than the last, and tertained them in their pleasant Miss Neva is a very gifted young matters, People's Forum, choice his Saviour, but he says name of The well at Concord school-hous- e, they will be so encouraged that manner. lady and we all wish her sussess literature, short and continued storhe will not do that again. We sermons, general ies, is finished. they will at once buy every crop Mrs. Stella Coffey of Okla- in her work. should not make his name with information, etc., with the exclusion glee and merriment. He saiil he 'The school at Concord, was in this section at a fair price that homa, is visiting her sister, Miss The cold weather caught many of all matters of scandal and immorality," is today the Cleanest never thought how it looked or out on Saturday the 23 of Dec. is unsold. Lillia Clayton, and other friends. of us with a small supply of Weekly Family Journal obtainable. how it sounded, and said he was Mrs. Nancy L. Hughes, js sick almost Each issue is alone worth the tirice We have heard a great deal of It is rumored Mr. Starley Beck wood, as the roads are in hopes that he would not see at this writing. of a year's subscription. that in print again. complaint and comment on the will return to his Oklahoma past traveling on account of ice. Solicitors for subscriptions make Prof Hill, is carrying the mail a handsome profit and innrease the one of Mr. Lindsey Snow lost anoth road from this place to Columbia. home Sunday, but takes Cole Camp. from Columbia to Tarter now. good influence of The Enquirer in our best young ladies With him er valuable horse. this week. the uplift of morality and industry, Mrs. J. D. Hays, who has been We take it that roads are in a bride, also the best wishes as his and for the betterment and welfare We have had some high waters on the sick list is improving. fearful condition, really dangermany friends. .When you want a reliable medidine of the community. For terms write, past week, several rafts .Mr, G! L. Blair, and Mr. G. v ous for both man and beast. of their Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. for the (for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's to The Mr. Welby, Absher and Miss Cough Remedy, .rlt can always be destarted for Nashville. T. Bryant, went out hunting a The proper time to consider a the pended upon and is pleas t and safe So far January has been, the coldest SrfandMrs. C. A. Thomas, while last Monday and killed question of this kind, is when Opal Oakest were married-aUmena eleven rabbite. the roads are good and the weath- - home of the bride Sunday morn- - to take. For sale by Paull Drug Co. month for the past ten years. arid. family, visited FALL ATTRACTIONS e, - j Sandusky & Co. LUMBER ar well-know- II i PAINLESS Dentistry at PAINLESS Pricess AND HIDES B dgsrwmsgF po-sessi- on non-sectari- an t t i N