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But we must investigate him, and be ready if this disease comes among us to know something of its cause. I have bought only about one hundred dollars of the adtitoxin during the past year, less than one third of the year before. The color d people still continue to show a e f iitmfi 1912. NUMBER 12 V, Coming to the Mo , Front-Mr. HIGH CLA Temperance Resolutions of the Churches of Columbia. A Large Sassafras Tree. PICTURE SHOW N. B. Miller, Jr., of Springfield, V I c1 i. Columbia, Ky , January, 10,. 1912. Whereas, A brief review of the temTo The Fiscal Court of Adair County: perance movement in Kentucky calls 1 have closed another years work as for heartfelt gratitude to Almighty Place Where the People of CoHealth Officer and it is but right and God for the many victories which have lumbia Can Spend Evenings proper that I should report to you my been achieved over the allied liquor inwork. It has been a very busy year. terests. In Enjoyment There have been no very serious epiWhereas.a courageous fight has been deaths from consump- waged for several years past to extend demics in the county. In the Gradyville falling off and Keltner precincts we have had tion, and will show more and more so, the county unit from the precinct to VILL START IN ABOUT TWO WEEKS. quite a number of cases of diphtheria, if they continue to pay attention more that of the county, excepting cities of with very few proving fatal, thanks to and more to sanitary rules which have 3,000 population and over. the antitoxin treatment. The fatal been given them. In the death rate in Whereas, Under the existing laws 95 The residents of Columbia will cer cas-- s were all with perhaps one excep- our county, consumption shows one of the 119 counties in the State have tainly be gratified to learn that a first-clas- s tion, among very young children. Con- death for five and one half of all the been swept into the "dry" column; and picture show will start here in two sumption leads the list last year with deaths. Now in conclusion, I wont to 21 of the remaining 24 are "wet" or three weeks. 42 deaths, Pneumonia comes next with call the attention of all the registrars because of cities within their borders Mr. Ray Conover and Mr. George 17 deaths, then comes Typhoid fever to the importance of informing me im- which are accepted by the present Turn Back May 1st, 1911. Montgomery will be the proprietors, and with 11 deaths, and then Diptheria mediately of every death reported to County Unit Law. they left Monday morning for Cincin- with only 8. This is a good showing. them from consumption, typhoid fever, Whereas, The friends of the tempernati to purchase the outfit and io make The reports from the registrars, show pneumonia, diphtheria, scarlitina, whoop- ance movement were exceedingly enCould I reverse the flight o'f years. all necessary arrangements. help couraged during the last campaign that Turn back the tide of time, that in the last year we had 230 deaths, ing cotgh and measles. With their They have secured the hall in the 446 births, nearly two to one. I think and co operation I think I can show a both Republicans Divest myself of worldly cares Democrats and new Sinclair building, over W H. Wil- that if our physicians and Midwives better advance in the general health, pledged themselves, if elected, to use And live in youthful prime; son's store, in which to entertain the would report all their cases there would during this year than is contained in their power to place on the statutes an Blot out the sense of human woes, people. Respectfully Yours &c. Unqualified County Unit Law. be at least two to one. The Vital Sta- this reprrt. The heritage of age, pictures will be put tistics law, altnough very much abused Only first-clas- s U. L. Taylor, Health Officer. Whereas, The temperance people And write of visions youth bestows j upon the canvass. It will be a place of by persons who do not understand it, is note the fact, also, that the friends of n life's unwritten page. R Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. amusement, such entertainments as to a good thing for the whole community. the County Unit Measure elected the Owensby, Ky. Death at merit the endorsement of Christian The reports of the Registrars show us " To warn people of a fearful forest speaker of the House, and controlled """U1UCV While each its mark displays, people. just where the danger lies, and gives us the organization of both the Senate and fire in the Catskills a y ung girl rode each Picture shows have become quite a chance to see after those points. For On January 15, 1912, Mrs Olive House of Representatives. Therefore, horse-bacat midnight and saved many Though still more fleeting days. appears place balmy Since all towns the size of ihis Mr. Mont Be it resolved: lives. Her deed was glorious but lives instance, Roley precinct reports twice Powell, the beloved wife of support one. We are glad to make this as many deaths from consumption, as Powell, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JANUARY 16, 1912, 4 A. M. S 1 That we, the United churches are often saved by Dr. King's New announcement, believing that the peo- any other precinct in the county. Of H. O Grider. peacefully closed her eyes (Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, and Discovery in curing lung trouble, Now listen what I say. ple of the community will enjoy the course there is a cause for this, andit is in the stillness of death, after an i - Disciples) of Columbia, Ky., in mass coughs and could, which might have I'd do without delay entertainments, and will be glad to the duty of the Board of Health to look ness of about three weeks with typhoid meeting assembled, assure our legislatended in consumption or pneumonia. I'd turn 'er back patronize the promoters. To bout the first O May it up and try and find the cause. The fever. Olive was a devoted wife and ors in the General Assembly now in Since writing the above Mr. Geo W two precincts together with all the daughter, and a noble Christian.:woman, session at Frankfort that our interest 'It cured me of a dreadful cough and An thar I'd let 'er stay. Lowe has taken an interest. Mr. Lowe negro population, only report the same having confessed her Savior and united in the County Unit Law pledged in the lung disease," writes W. R. Patterson, J. T. Jone3. will have charge of the music. The number that Roley reports. I will Wellington Tex,, "after four in our i Montpelier, Ky. with the M. E. Church, at the age of last campaign has not abated. name of the show will be the "The Par2 That we affirm our confidence in family had died with consumption, and to find this danger spot, and 15. She was 32 years old, and leaves a lor Circle." Died at Libiy. husband, father, mother and numerous our Senator, Hon. "E. Bertram, and and I gained 87 pound." Nothing so aptry and obliterate it. There is an The funeral services Representative, Hon. W. S. Sinclair, sure and safe for all throat and lung parent increase in the number of deaths other friends. Mr. William Hali, who was seventy-od- d from consumption last year, over the were held in Esto church, by Rev. C that they will use all their influence to troubles. Price o0c and 11.00. Trial BanK Officers. of a large secure the passage of an Unqualified bottle free. years old, the father of Mr. L. V. Guaranteed by Paull two previous years, but it is only ap- MvDeener, in the presence Hall, a former citizen of Columbia.died. Bank met on the parent. For the registrars have been circle of friends, after which the re County Unit Bill in accord with the Drug Co, The first National at his late home, Liberty, Ky., one day 9th of January and elected the follow- watchful, and have reported cases that mains were laid to re3t in the Phelps wishes of their constituents. ' last week. He was a turner by trade 3 That a copy of these resolutions ensuing year. aid, I would never have graveyard at Esto. without their ing officers for the left for Grema Green. be sent to each Hoq. Mr. Bertram, and and a good citizen. He leaves a wife heard of. It is the duty of the doctors Brack Massie. President. children, all grown. His wife Hon. Mr. Sinclair, one to the Adair report these and the magistrates to H. N. Miller, Vice President. Who Served. Mr. Ethel Bryant, who recently re- - and six I was County News for publication, and one a native of Greensburg and things to me, but many times they dont E. H. Hughes, Casheir. from Oklahoma, and who has minutes of the Co- turned was a daughter of Mr. John Toomey, do it. I hope in the future they will be Bruce Montgomery, Asst Cashier. The following gentlemen composed to be spread on the been making his home in this place conducted a hotel in Greensbrug DIRECTORS. more careful to attend to these impor- the Juries for the present term of cir- lumbia Ministerial Association. with Vns hrnfVipr., Mr. Wnlkpr Rrvnnt: , Who ...... j Signed: tant duties, than they have in the past, cuit court, Brack Massie, and Miss Ida Bryant, daughter of Mr, ! 1Ui a uumoer OI vear3li. x "Williams, my duty to g6 and fumigate the N. Miller, H. It is and Mrs, Valentine Bryant, left Con- -' GRAND JURY. houses where any of these prevenable J. T. Page, J. D. Lowe, n Bluford Dohoney, a col W. P. Dillingham, J. W. Coy, R. . cord church last Sunday for Indiana, i diseases Z. T. Williams, occur, but unless somebody in Paul!, W. A. J. R. Crawford, this county, died near Mill-M- r. Garnett, Frank Neat, L. and are doubtless married by this time! ored mn H. C. Baker, forms me, I will know nothing about it B. Hurt, G. W. Staples, J. P. Beard, S. L. Banks, Rry ant is an industrious young man; ; I town, last Tueday. He was about A. M. Mercer, .The death rate in our county, for the P. H. Howerton, J. B. Russell, R. L. Roe, J. E. knows how to make his way in the seventysflva years oiJ It is said that past year has been 13 to the thousand J, F. Montgomery. Walker Bryant, his death renld? e$ the last one of the J. F. Rial!, Foreman S. L world. inhabitants, and I challenge any county Banks. J W. Weldofl, I colored men who were owned by Chap-ladiThe bride was one of the best young in our state to make a better showing. Frank Sinclair. Card Of Thanks. PETIT JURY of the neighborhoood. When thev man Dohoney, who wassixty years ago, In the town of Columbia, where there B. Beard S L. Sandusky, J. W. J. return al! will be forgiven, and we a lare slave owner 1100 inhabitants, we had only 12 deaths, SALT FOR SALE. trust that a happy future is in store for wish to express our gratitude which amounts to only 11 to the thou- Jackman, Robt. Hudson, J. F. We Grover Grissom, Jo. Sandusky, to the people who sand, a better showing than any and heartfelt thanks other Mr.and Mrs. Neigles, who live near so kindly waited on our beloved daugh- town can show. I don't know how J. P. Hutchison, Ham Sinclair, W. F. Camp Knox, were bereft of their twin Get a Suit. ter and wife, Olive Powell, during her much of triis is due to the Board of Squires, W. E. Andrews, G. F. Stults, I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, babies a few days ago, there being only Baker Jesse, L. G. McClister, Lucien which cost only 15 cents more than the sickness which resulted in death on Health, but I presume a good deal I a few hours difference in their deaths. Jan 15th. 1912. Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. visited all the schools of the county the Yarberry, W F. Sanders, Melvin Bing 51 bushel barrel which you buy elseWe are now showing our spring sam Mr. Neigle married a Miss Farris, near ham, A. G. Todd, H. B. Garnett, J A. 33-Sam Lewis. Griderand Mont Powell. past year, and made talks to the child- - Darnell, F. W Shepherd, W. T. McFar-lan- where. Cane Valley, about one year ago. pies of mens suitings, from two of the and the teachers. And while I iren C. M. Bault. best Tailoring establishments in CinDuring the months of January and j found some improvement over last Married in Louisville. A son of Mr F. A. Lewis, met with BY STANDERS. I February we will send the Adair County year, I found a deplorable state of Our suits a serious accident one day cinnati and Louisville. last week. U. H. Price, Lee Grissom, Junius News and the Daily Courier-Journacase. Where I ought to have fouud Holt, are made to your measure, and the He was out hunting und was carrying On Wednesday, the 10th of this Junius Pickett, J. R. Conover, one year each for $4.00. The Daily over 5,000 pupils, I found only 2,400 month, Mr. David Rice, who is one of prices are from 15.00 up for full suits. an axe. In getting over a fence he Lafe Akin. Courier-Journsix months and the Leaving only 3,000 absent. Now this Adair county's best citizens, and Mrs. We've had 20 years experience in this fell, and fell upon the axe, cutting a Adair County News one year for S2.75. ought not so to be. I found one dis Mattie Vancleave were married in kind of work. We guarantee a fit and gash four inches long in his right leg. three trict in the county credited with HI pu For Sale. The Daily Courier-JournaDr Cartwright dressed the wound. Louisville where the bride resided. Bemonths and the Adair County News one pils, with only 11 in attandance. 1 fore her first marriage the bride was perfect satisfaction. year for $2.00. Remember that this found others nearly as bad. The teachRussell & Co. There were very few case3 tried in My farm containing 48i acres, on Miss Mattie Turk, a sister of Mrs. unprecedented offer is good only in the ers were drawing for these absent pu court last week. Many Were continued Mary T, Harvey, and she resided in Co.months of January and February. Now pils, over S12000 of the peoples money, Jamestown and Columbia road 8 miles The Meeting Closes. on account of absent witnesses. The IX miles lumbia. She is an excellent woman, is the time to subscribe. This is Presi- and the children were getting no good East of Columbia and weather was very cold the first part of West of Montpelier. Good location, and the groom, as above mentioned, is dential year and every body should from it whatever. I called """the teacha first-clagentleman. The couple school and church lots join this land. The series of meetings at the Presby- the week, and the roads covered with keep posted. ers institutes attention to it, but the Will sell are now at their home, near Mt Carmel terian church, conducted by Rev. J. R ice, making the travel dangerous. at a bargain if sold at once. leaders did not pay any attention to my Adair county. Call on Z. A. Taylor, Montpelier, Ky. Crawford, closed last Sunday night. remarks, or if they did, nobody knows Mr. C. R. Royse sold four mare mules n Here. The meeting was begun two weeks beabout it. We have had several whirllast week, to Mr. Burdett for fifty doln fore and during its session the pastor, lars less on the bunch than was offered Notice. wind educational campaigns and the delivered many' able and interesting Graded School Notes papers have had a great deal to say him last fall, but Mr. Royse had the n Mr. Julius Leon, who was I will offer for sale at my residence sermons. Notwithstanding the weather pleasure you see of feeding them for a people in Columbia and also to about the improvements of the pubhc to many canditions were very unfavorable durRev. D. H. Howerton attended chap- near Columbia, Ky., on Feb. 20th, 1912, few months. the citizens of Jamestown, where he schools, but up to this writing, there seems to be nothing doing. Now, I el exercises at the Graded School Fri- the following to the highest and best ing its progress, the attendance Wagon once engaged in business, died at throughout was good. Sunday forenoon Mr. Tim Cravens, met with an acciMound, New Mexico, a few days have for several years been advocating day morning and gave a most interest- bidder. Four head of horses, two fine jacks, and Sunday night the church was filled dent last week, while coasting, andas a strict compulsory school law, that will ing talk. He plainly put before the ago. He was G2 years old a victim of to its capacity. The sermons during pneumonia. He had been sick since the compel the parents and guardians to pupils the value of their time spent one mule, cattle and hogs. One pi ano the series were spiritual and full of in considerable, hurt, but restoratives 5th of January. He was at the time of send their childn n to the public schools in school. He showed why it pays to and other property too tedious to men- formation. ,As a result, there will be soon brought him around all right. He tion Sale begin at 10 a. m. Terms was laid up only a few hours his death employed by a Chattanooga but I don't hear of any body talking get an education. several additions to the Church and the the thing up We must manufacture a ! Every room at the Graded School was made known on day of sale. hosiery concern. He was a gentleman congregation was evidently greatly reS. II. Mitchell. John Robert Smith, of color charged He public sentiment, and have people talk kept comfoi table through the cold spell. 12-by all his acquaintances. d vived it up, and keep agitating ic until we A thermometer is kept in each room with stealing wheat from the bin3 of was an Elk and a Mason. compel them to take notice along these so that the teachers may keep their Robert Conover and Rufus Price, was Mrs. Ella Marshall, of Riverton, v For Sale. lines What sajs the Adair County rooms a- the right temperature. tried last Friday and convicted. Judge Neb., in renewing her father's subA good time to take out life insurNews? The News has always been fixes the time that he will serve in the scription to the News, says: aly fathance is at the beginning of t,he year A complete saw mill outfitither size foreLost in all good enterprises that er and mother keep well and are happy 35 boiler 25 engine, Giser or 2f boiler, penitentiary. New Roller Mill. The best dividend paying company, per- have come uv but her we have 3000 on their little farm." Her parents are fectly reliable, pays its loses promptly, 20 engine Case, with night .saw rig. children for the education of which the Mr. Hugh Richardson and J. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dice, who left the Reasonable price, cash or trade. This i Mr. J. Fl Triplett, has removed his and is never in lettgation, is the old is paying more than $12000, and Walker, of this place, have purchased a Montpelier section of this county many reliable Connecticut Mutual. See J E. state machinery is new and as good as made undertaker's business from the room the News is silent on the subject, so Midget Marvel Roller Mill which will years ago. over Geo. E. Wilsons store to upstairs He will tell you what you Murrell. Write, wire or call on us. apartments in the new Paull Drug will not misrepresent a far as I have been able to see, will get and be put in operation in this place as soon Wolford Bros. I have, called attention to the little us the mill building can be erected. Co's , building. S. M. Burdette, of Marion county, your business. policy in order to secure Casey Creek, Ky. things that cause disease, such as house bought in Adair and Taylor unties, The site will be the lot, on the flies ?nd mosquitos, and the children pike, where a store house last week, eighteen head (Zonules, Prof. A H Ballard has sold his introubled with partial paralyPersons are pretty well up on these two pests. was burned some time ago. The mill from different parties. Ten were The snow that had covered the terest in the grocery business, this sis are often very much benefited by In fact the children of the country, know ground, several inches deep, disappearbar bought in Adair county. The prices place, to his former partners, Miller massaging the affected parts thorough- a great deal more about sanitation and will have a capacity of twenty-fiv- e Thursday. The afternoon was rels ner dav The DroDrietors hone to for the bunch run from S135 to $175 per ed last & Miller. The former will devote his ly when applying Chamberlain's Lini- preventive medicine, than a great many. warm and before night a steady rain have the mill jn oneration bv the first head. The purchaser left- - Thursday attention to the light plant. This liniment also relieves ment commenced to fall, lasting until about grown up people, ana tnen tney 0j juarch oi tne with his stock.rheumatic pains. For sale by Paull go home from school, and tell th ir Friday morning ten o'clock at night Lee Mosby, charged with maliciously ijfjg Co. I have said to them, and Mr. S. D. Barbee and Sandusky it was cold, and an inch of snow was striking Ed Burbrige,. was given parents what If you want to keep posted during a in this way they become teachers of j the year 1912, subscribe for the Daily Bros., filled ice houses last Wednesday. upon the ground. Tne jury brought in t trial last- week The price of the C.J. The ice was about ' seven inches thick. There will be a congregational meet- their parents. There is another pest Counea-Journa- l. dollars and a verdict for seventy-fiv- e Mr. C. S. Harris, has lost four ing at the Presbyterian chureh next that is likely to cut some figure in the is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your It wa3 gathered from1 Russell's creek cost. , thourghbred, Poland China pigs in the Important matters sanitation of the country. The buffalo subscription to The News office, we will Sunday morning ' furnish tne Daily Courier-Journwho was the post last two weeks. They went one at a Mr. Sam- Bault and for the consideration of the members gnat is said by some writers to be the Read'Henry Ingram's" "ad" in to considered. In the evening- - the cause of that new and mysterious dis - our paper one year each for $4.00, This master .at Dulworth, 'this county, died .time and werellevoured by the mother, to be 7J 31 a Claranca li rt in ...til.;...- - oner 'who will see light for the last time on day's: paper. Heis-havin-g U. n.n mwc is eoou uuiimk ,i.anuary ana. last' Saturday. 'Heswas about 35years pastor will continue his 'Talks on Gen- easecuiii:u x cua&ia. "hA.n id uukuiMK lsale. slaughtering day. next old'andagood titizen esis, " with stereopticon pictures. .' , certainly known about ,.it yet, but the ' February. I the oldest son of Mr and Mrs, N. B. Miller, former residents of Columbia, is coming to the front. He has been a teacher in the High School at McAlister, Okla., for several terms, and recently he was elected principal of the institution with a substantial increase of salary. A local paper has the following to say of Mr. Miller: The promotion of Nathan B. Miller, Jr , teacher of science, to the principal-shi- p during his third year as teacher in McAIester schools is a source of the gratsfication to his many friends. Mr. Miller is a young man of attractive personality and he has been immensely popular with students and fellow teachers. Born in Kentucky, he has lived since childhood in many places, but most of his life has boen spent at Nevada and Springfield, Mo. He attended Westminister college of Missouri, receiving his A. B. from the formerinstitution in 190S. In 1910 he received the B. S. degree from the Mniversity of Chicago. A few weeks ago the Atlanta" Consti tution published the diment:ons of a sassafras tree, growing in that locality, and reported it as the largest one in the world. Gov. J. R. Hindman, of this place, seeing the notice, cone uded that he would measure a sassafras growing in his yard, Delieving that it was larger than the one reported frora Atlanta The measure was made accurately and the circumference shows 12 feet and five inches, one or two feet from t'e ground The Atlanta report showed its tree 7 feet in circumference. This shows that the tree in Gov. Hind-man- 's yard is almost double the size of the one reported from the South. 1 '. "c pop-ular,a- nd k boy-hoo- ds 1- to-da- y. nn-derta- ke 1 J -- " well-know- Clay-com- b, ( I es j Pat-teso- n, : j 3t d, l, al l, ss Well-know- 8-- 4t well-know- I well-like- 2t - 4 -- 9-l- m Camp-bellsvil- le - I Bbr - 'Ah - - al 1 1I-- ..J I -- T J y T THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Dying Poor. Thomas W. Lawson is someThat a circus shall not show in what strenuous in all things in county a seat during a fair. his attacks on "frenzied finance" dog tax law shall be for example, and his language That the repealed. with reference to the penalty Oldest Newspaper. is to read the words of wisdom mercury is shivering toward the that ought to be meted out to that slides off the pen of the twenty below zero mark, as it Richeson, confessed and cowardPekin China That it is the beauty expert and then forget was Saturday night, requires the ly murderer of Avis Linnell, is equally vigorous. thy man's humorous manner of Therein is oldest newspaper in the world is them. courage of one convictions. calling attention to a physical contained t merited tribute to claimed by the "Tiching-Pao- " A woman lecturer says that That it can be done without fitness which is, conisdering his the respect which the men of the which is the official gazette of "the members of her sex are harm, and even with comfort, is age, very remarkable. It is not South pay to womanhood, with Pekin, and which recently slaves to beauty." Mebbe so, proven undeniably by the experlikely that he really believes that the showing that, deep down in celebrated its thousandth annibut none of 'em is demanding ience of tuburculosis hospitals the hearts of all men, there is no versary. Ever since its inception, he acted hastily in giving away freedom. by the experience of individand pity for the slayer of woman and a copy of each issue has been the $7,000,000 which constituted Luther 'Burbank has handed uals whose love of fresh air is but small very almost his entire fortune. small, if any, earful ly preserved in the archthe public a lemon. This par- sufficient for them to scorn shut- sympathy After all, it is the man who for the assailant of ives of the Pekin palace. Accuticular lemon, however, 13 a need- ting wir dows. woman who dies at the hands of racy has always been the key"cuts loose" while he still has When one consults books upon less kind, and everybody is satisyears of life ahead of him who is the mob. Writing to District note of this paper, and in order hygiene it is found that for a Attorney fied. entitled to the world's praise. If Pelletier on the degree to maintain its high standard, century physicians have been of A Pittsburg millionaire refuses penalty that ought to be met- several Journalists on its staff in millionaires were enabled to know to pay a debt because his wife recommending cold air as a tonic ed out to Richeson, Mr. Lawson the past paid the penalty of misjust when their hands would lose takes with the'r lives Dimissal won't let him. Adam instituted and a preventive of the various said: the ability to hold on, what credailments that attack persons who the practice of laying the blame "Better a million times, by far and, at the worst imprisonment, it would they deserve for giving are "softened" by too much that we on the woman. away that which could no longer of the chill blood of the is the punishment meted out at It seems that Germany has heat. Yet only a few apply the North should take example of present. serve them? borrowed $75,000,000 in this philospphy to such an extent that our The truly unselfish deed is that unbridled Room For The Boys. they leave the windows wid license-hatin- g country with only a handful of which is accompanied by sacrifices brothers of the OrlP. ff thp niner rhinrro T people knowing it. Some men open when the weather is breaklirh jnrl Itrnittl onr knxn ttrnf' or hazards. Those who give only ' of is having a room ing low temperature records. that a boy makeanoi-over lending $2. what they can easily spare, and than we stand idly by and let the' can call his own, a place where he Those who do, and who use propto those whom they love, may Boston shop owners propose to ulcered brained sentimentalists can bring his friends Have a .. ,. , covering, sleep deeply and get ,. nay have contributed to the give fewer baked beans for the er ponce our nignways ana cnurcnes room if possidle where they can up in the morning feeling as fine world's total supply of happiness; old price, forgetting why the anand byways. It is up have their "fun " If you have as a fiddle and. ready for the cold but the man whose giving conto you, Mr. District Attorney, cestors of their patrons once beno room upstairs give him one shower or plunge or sponge bath An Editor's Toast. stitutes a true virtue is he who gan a revolutionary war. and to your brothers of the law of the rooms downstairs don't that completes their happiness. .gives to onfor whom he has no to answer! And heaven help King George's proclamation as have him sleep in the kitchen or Such persons boast an increase At a northern ebitorial convenspecial affection, and who pracyou and them if your answer Emperor of India was written sitting room, where he can't tices in order to con- tion one of the country editors in English and Urdu, which of vitality which many others wins the applause of these yellow bring any of his friends home to offered the following toast. feel that they earn. Yet it is fer benefits. brained propagators of unspeakshows how many things a sover stay over night with him Don't generally admitted that if all of "To save the editor from starable crime." eign has to have on his mind. make him think it doesn't make "World Wide" Causes. us lived in that way the race vation take his newspaper and That was vigorous but true! anydifference pay him for it promptly. To Soldiers of fortune have been would be hardier, and diseases where he sleeps, Womanhood is protected in the Already during this session of save him from bankruptcy, ad- warned to keep out of China. VlP hjic: o crnnrl har Pmit-llisr. ?n of the respiratory system would South by Congress many of the orators the law and by the in his paper liberally. To The real Chinese soldiers of for- be rare. Frankfort News. does make a great difference. among the Standpat Republicans vertise rnnnhnnrl nf tHa 9!nnt-nnrl tVtal ' save him from despair, send him tune are the men who come to ;On!y be careful what compaions . . have tried to explain the prevail aivuxiy aeiiLiuitJiiiaiism mauuest Southdowns for Mutton. every item of news you can get America and sell chop suey, he brings. Don't allow his room ing high prices with the arguing itself in Boston for a comhold. To save him from profanity, A New Haven doctor watched to be used as a back ronm, so he ' ment that the high price wave The Southdown is one of our mutation of the death sentence will be ashamed to take his yonng write names and all your corre- an operation on himself for apis world wide. This is another of which District Attorney Pelle-- 1 spondence plainly, on one side of pendicitis. This, however, is popular mutton breeds of sheep friends in. If the house is small 3 the which the Repuband is quite extensively bred. tier insists is the one adequate it is different; but do your best the sheet, and send it in as early one of the sights that any man licans seek to have the people acas possible. To save him from no doubt is willing to go with- The breed is hornless; t;he face penalty, is stirring up the Boston ' to make his home happy, and if cept as a whole excuse. andlegsareofagraybrown col - men and women to the demands is the right khidof a'boy he mistakes, bury him. Dead people out seeiug. Mr. R. H. Hooker, of London. jor, The best rams, when tat, " i ,l .muruwer : uugnc : ue are the only ones that never "w . read a paper before the Royal "" " i"" J Maple Hill. often weigh from 175 to 200 puniaueu, aim iiul yiven a prison ents the more for it. make mistakes. Newspaper read- -' Statistical society of England re pounds, the ewes from 125 to sentence, from which a pardon ers would do well to remember We are having plenty of snow cently, in which he showed that! 150. The body is rather blocky. may free him. It is reported Wartime Coffee. that there are no perfect people, and cold weather. the increased cost of 'all com- Governor Foss is opposed to This breed furnishes a fleece that This was the formula of a editors or readers." Mr. W. A. Smith, who has modities" was twice as much in' But if coffee mixture that sold freely been down for the last 6 or 8 of good quality weighing from capital yenishment. n Germany weeks is able to be out again. six to seven pounds. The wool is capital punishment be wrong, ,n the days of gross adulteration Short Stops. United States, as in ' Mr. Furn Smith's, baby is rather short, but of medium fine wipe it from the statuce books! 'during and, immediately snb-I- t Some persons would rather not verv sick afc this writing- free trade England. is on the statute books now, (sequent to the Civil war before texture. The mutton is of Comparing food prices for be visited by burglars than be m Mr. Allen Bennett wife, and! excellent quality. The Southdown and Richeson deserved it, just as! matters pegan to right them-Beattcms year iron iron, said Mr styie. baby, visited Mr. Irven Bennett ewes produce more than one of Virginia, deserved it selves, as they did without the Hooker, ','we find there ha3 been If you have anything to im- - last Sunday. lamb at birth, often two and and got it. When murderers find hilp of food laws; an increase of 1 per cent in part in strict confidence, be sure Mr. Owen S'one and family, and sometimes three. They are a that they will be rightly punish- - Best Java coffee, one pound; rye France; 8 per cent in England:25 there is no dictaphone about. have gone to Highland Park, to very valuable breed for early ed, murders will diminish in three pounds. Carefully clean th e per cent in Germany; 28 per cent ' The smali b0Vf at ieast is in stay for the year 1912. numbers. Owensboro Messen- rye from all bad grains, wash to lambs grow rapidly. in Canada, and 34 per cent in the favor of the fuzzy hat. It offers Mr. J. R Smith, who has been The Southdown is an English ger. 'remove dust, drain oft the . TT? 1 states. f unitea sick for some time still remains breed, taking its name from the a snowball. a shininer mark for water and put the roaster, carewhy is it that "world wide city of Reno is about the same. Southdowns, the broken and hilly Bills Introduced Before General fully stiring to brown it evenly. The causes" result in an increase of now beiner advertised as a health Mr- - Joe Turner, is in a very lands of Sussex and neighboring Roast the coffee separately. Assembly. 1 and 8 per cent in France and bad state of health. Grind the mixture and packed in counties of England. resort. Is marriage a disease? England, 34 per cent ' in this Mrs. Charlie Corbin, is on the A number of important bills airtight containers. An essence A New Yorker, recently de- country? was prebared We will send the Cincinnati Weekly have been introduced in the Gen- of coffee py ceased, willed His entire fortune sick list this week. The Adair County eral Assembly. Mr. Irven Bennett and wife.' boiling down molasses until hard They provide: to his lawyer, which greatly News one year for $1.25. The Enquire Ollie M. James. 0 V. W. Garnett's visited at Mr. simplified matters. The'Eiscal court shall appoint and then grinding it to a powder is a great paper Perhaps Ollie M. James was a New vnvk man fiiv.H his last Wednesday night. a veterinarian to inspect dairy and mixing it with a half pound he Page and Wlfe' Sold Out of Pool. never a barefoot boy in the sum- - house because his wife deserted . AIr cattle for tuberculosis once a of good Java coffee using four son, Koger Fage pounds of the powdered molasses mer time when all boys who are him This was a literal case of visited tneir year. and wife last Friday. The Kentucky Court of Apreal boys are barefoot, and he burning revenge, Bucket shops shall be prohibit- From the Ideal Grocer. Mr. J. W. Garnett wife, and peals has reversed the case of , .. .. vras not:, we believe,, nnr.nnllv ,, ed in the state. (jmcago claims to nave iouna a nuaren, Thejiureau of education says visuea mr. irven Ben the Burley Tobacco Society born in a log cabin. ' But the . That state Revenue Agents that the average school jll peneuuy uuiiesL 111u.11. 7. :is u. nett and wife one night last attende against W. B. Thomas, from must be abolished. James family is in that gafe befc tnat he has nofc been n week. ance of the country is showing Spencer country, two cases in01Iie,s pardon us, the Senator's Chicafe0 "long. TJhat the State Superintendent a steady improvement, being 60 Owing to so much bad weath- volving same facts. Thomas pooldaddy studied law in middle life of Schools shall act as Inspector per cent of ihe enrollment in 1900 4o years er, farmers are busy getting A Detroit woman of ed his tobacco, but failed to dendseta good example which 1. the mother of 24 children, of school funds at additional and73 per cent in 1999. The wood and making fires. liver it, and sold it in Louisville his son followed earlier m life.':is salary of $2,500 per year. . Sometmes she muse think that ,,,-figures ior 1910 and 1911 aie not instead for $329. The Burley Soine law nrm is a prosperous one the stork plays favorites. A Hero In A Lighthouse. Citizens past 60 years shall be out, as the goveament is always ciety sued to recover 20 per cent and Senator James could have a few years behind in such We see by the papers that two For years J. S Donahue, So. Haven, damages and ordered the society exempt from poll tax. made a rattling good living withup traffic in New Mich a civil war captain, as a light- Thepecond conviction on charge things. out going into politics, yet he is stray sheep tied house keeper, averted awful wrecks, to deliver them as a certificate Evidently they were look- - but a queer fact is, he might have been of its capital stock for half the of carrying concealed deadly; The biggest locomotive in a young man younger than you York. the a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters amount recovered. The court weapons shall become a felony World has lUSt heen turned mi? think if you don,t know how few ing for Wall Street had not prevented. "They cured me of "New York now has That present law providing for L the heavy kidnejr trouble and chillSfhe writes says the judgment for the 20 per 3'ears passed over his head, before for mountain grades all- - "after I had taken other so called cures saloons and cent damages is correct, but no a Bureau of Vital Statistics shall in western Penhsylvnia. they removed the hairsuit adorn-'me- banks, The for years, without benefit and thev therefrom who has carv-e- d night restaurants. " And many also improved my sight. Now at seven-- t capital stock can be issued under be repealed. engine has two complete sets of remorse. ty, I am feeling dyspepsia, the pool contract, because Thomgovernor snail ap- - Uri his own career. He might cases of out Thattne u.tv...j, d,.; uj ; uLtvu k mucpeiiueiib indigestion, all stomach, liver and kida popular and his contract by sell- point the Prison Board. have been A Pennsylvania convict has ney troubles, they're without equal. Try as violated cylinders. Engine and tender are lawyer and been become a poet while serving 22 them Only ."Octs. at Paull Drug Co. ing his tobacco outside the pool. appro- - 100 feet long and weigh 334 tons. That $75,000 shall be virtue-worshiping, e self-deni- al The Chicago philanthropist, Dr. Pearsons, is said to have remarked the other day that he feared he had given away his enormous fortune too soon; that, while he is now ninety' two years old, he expects to live a long time. This, doubtless, is a very wor- known as far away from home as "Salem and Fredonia and "the Mouth o' Harricane" where the city of Tolu is situated, and perhaps up here at Frankfort, for he'd have coma to the Appellate Court, of course with cases from Crittenden. But he chose to try for larger things, and what he has had in politics he has earned by ability plus honesty and loyalty. Senator James is a very popular man in Washington as well a3 in Kentucky. He will be a popular and useful man in the United ' tates Senate. Kentucky will be well represented by him, and the Democratic party will have no occasion to regret its judgment and its choice. It is a pleasure to salute a United States Senator who has hoed his own row, who has come to the iront through merit and without money and who is elected because he is wanted and is not "put over" by a political organization. In the truest and best sense, Senator James is a representative. And it is very certain that to the best of his considerable ability he will be found representing his people every day and "interests" at all time. Frankfort News. years' in jail And he was sent Sleeping Out Of Doors. VigoBous Truth. there primarily for reform. These last few daya have tried The world will cease to turn in the Spartan courage of the inthe j er 5321, according to an as- creasing contingent known as tronomer, but that time few of "fresh air cranks." Sleeping us will bother about it. with the windows wide open, or way to attain beauty upon sleeping porches, when the Another priated to erect a Governor's mansion. ... half-truth- I 1 , :.-.- i. I j hsgh-protectio- high-protectio- n , . y, I ( j j . j 1. , ! ' far-fam- ed . j ! ! Enquirei-joneyear.an- d ' ! ,.,: self-mad- , t.. . ' -- , I ' all-nig- ht I all-nig- ht j nt i ; all-da- y fine-"F- or , pros-perous"Mari- on -- ut I a ADAIR 00 UN J PLAYS A V? NW-V- S A TURKISH SINECURE. THEIR TOMBSTONE. Bo-ca- OLD MIRACLE V HERO. FOREST RANGER im.iiiiuiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiauiiiiiiiiiiim, a Town's Name. There Is a certain natural pride felt, affer success has come. In wearing the epithet glvpn In contempt by those who prophesied failure. Instances are ranger: not uncommon of triumphant sects "The summer of 1010 by reason of parties and even nations retainand great drought and unusually high ing the very title first given them by winds was the worst for forest fires their enemies. A case In point is that the west has ever known. In Tombstone. Ariz. Qow did It come to Montana. Idaho and Oregon the danhave such a name? It was not borrow- ger was greatest. or stolen from any other place on ed "On the Coeur d'Aleuo national forthe globe nor even suggested by any est, in northern Idaho. Ranger Pulaski novel or romance. j had under him forty men, who after The story is that two young men. many hours of hard work had got a brothers, when about to start from big fire practically under control. Sud- on a prospecting tour into the Tucson Dragoon mountains. Souora. or some denly the wind strengthened until it cloth-- 1 blew a gale It immediately became a where else were advised to give up the question of saving the lives of the undertaking, for If they perished they men. The fire fighters were in a deep would find neither mine nor fortunes, forest many miles from a railroau aud but their "tombstones" instead. The boys bravely bade goodby to their far from any clearing. "Puis.!;! remembered that within a friends, though emphatically warned Which he is mile of where they were working there that they never would return alive. was an abandoned mine shaft running The prospectors set off and. following the "blind trail." came to the plain back about f$rty feet into the hillside, j and made their camp. On examination He rushed his men to the shaft as 50 one Third off. carried over r they found a ledge of ore cropping out quickly as possible and told them as several feet, all marked and rich with 15 lbs for one E catch up their blankets as they ran. : the precious metal. "We have found j our exclaimed, and tombstone!" thev The shaft reached. Pulaski hurried his Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 IE no other name would do to designate men into it and. packed like sardines, they filled it up. Pulaski placed himthe camp. Best per bbl 4.75 The town has kept the name, which, self at the opening, across which he if not poetical, is certainly original. A stretched a blanket. DEAD RECKONING. Second 4.25 E: BRIDES IN WHITE. valuable tombstone, too. it must be "AYithin a few minutes after the men were in the shaft the fire came. Ono Way of Determining a Vessel's confessed, for the Sehieffelin brothers Lard both to sold their half interest iu the mine It Was Mary Stuart Who Set the The blanket at the opening caught, Course on an Ocean Voyage. Fashion For That Color. E: and Pulaski jerked it away and hung give wire wire Dead reckoning simply means the and mill late in the eighties for someThe majority ot brides choose white up another, which caught in its turn. longitude and thing like a million dollars. New York computation of a ship's when selecting their wedding dress be- The blanket caught again and again, fence Lowest Prices. latitude from her movements as re- Press. cause it is the conventional color, and and each time Pulaski replaced it uncorded in the log and without having you to me before buying. many persons are of the opinion that til toward the last he held the blanket PORK AS FOOD. recourse to astronomical observations. matit always has been favored. As a across the opening with his bare The chief elements from which the Ten carloads of ter of fact, it is of comparatively mod- hands. reckoning is made are these: Sc dinavians Believe It Is Eaten Even ern origin, and in most eastern couu "The shaft grew hotter and hotter, prices defy In Heaven. and The point of departure that is, the pink is the bridal color. and the smoke and fumes grew thickIn the sacred books of the Scandi- tries latitude and longitude sailed from or During the middle ages and in the er and thicker until the men's sufferwill give You Buy last determined the course or direc- navians pork is represented as the renaissance period brides wore crim- ings were almost bej'ond human ention sailed in as ascertained by the principal food even in heaven. It was jEE from me and you will 3'our compass, the rate of sailing, measured the chief food of the Irish in the son to the exclusion of all other colors. durance. They began to break for the Most of the Plantagenet and Tudor opening. Pulaski, whose strength was s from time to time by the log, and the twelfth century and also of the 2 you bought. queens were married in that vivid hue. great, like his courage, for awhile at an earlier period. time elapsed. which is still popular in parts of BritIn France it was equally common, tany, where the bride is usually forced them back. Seeing that he The various principles or methods would soon be overpowered and that followed in arriving at the reckoning and Charlemagne kept in his forests dressed in crimson brocade. his men would rush to their certain are known among navigators as "plain Immense droves of pigs. Late in the It was Mary Stuart who flrst changed death, he drew his revolver and said sailing" and "middle latitude sailing." sixteenth century there was a particu- the color of the bridal garments. At However. the data thus obtained are liar disease said to be caused by the her marriage with Francis II. of that lie would kill the first man who always liable to considerable errors by quantity of pork eaten in Hungary, France in irjD8. which took place not broke away. "In perhaps twenty minutes the reason of currents. leeway, fluctuations and even at present the barbarous before the altar, but before the great Bone reliable worst of the fire passed by. Five of of the wind and changes in the decli- Lettes are passionately fond of it. In doors of Notre Dame, she was gowned shaft you moneys And you nation of the compass. The results the middle of the sixteenth century in white brocade, with a train of pale the men in the thirty-Gv- e were dead from others were suffocation: the arrived at by dead reckoning, there- Phillip II. when in England generally blue Persian velvet six yards in length alive. Pulaski was blinded and seriyou me Also, fore, must of necessity be corrected as dined on bacon, of which he ate so This innovation caused a great stir ously burned upon the face and arms. often as possible by observation of the much as frequently to make himself in the fashionable world of that time. Lime Cement. It was three months before his sight heavenly bodies. No navigator would very ill. It was not. however, until quite the was partly restored. Had not his herorisk relying wholly on this method of By a singular contradiction the Afriend of the seventeenth century that I will crop of all determining his position on an ocean can Mohammedans now "believe that pure white the color worn by royal ism and presence of mind been what they were lie would have lost all of voyage. New York Times. a great enmity exists between hogs widows became popular for bridal pay now for it, 5c his meu Instead of five. That is the iand Christians" (Mungo Park). Many garments, London Sketch kind of men there are in the forest medical authors have supposed that Pointing the Point. per bushel more anyone esle. i service. "I think." remarked Biggs, "one of jpork Ls particularly unwholesome .in umce. : . i denerson cna tns latent the funniest signs 1 ever saw was hot countries, but this requires conur- Tne first patron 0f our patent system "Unexpected" Company. this: "Teeth Extracted While You jmation. and it is certain that it is rec- - was Thomas Jefferson, who during ARE YOU WITH ME? How one husband and wife managed " ommeuded by Arabian physicians and three years gave his personal attention Wait.' company" annoyance Higgs laughed long and loudly at 'is more generally eaten both iu Asia to every application for a patent. He the "unexpected that is, the unexpected company that this, and shortly afterward he tried it jand Africa than is usually believed. uspiI to call the socretarv of war and husband wanted to bring home to on Jiggs. The North American Indians are tue attorney funeral to examine and the dinner Is told in the woman's Home "A friend of mine: he said, "told said to have "a disgust for pork." Do- - i scrutln5ze wltu ulm and tuey did it so Companion. They agreed on Wednesme of a funny sign he had seen bell believes there is more pork eaten thoroughly that in oue year the first-th- ey day evening as "unexpected company" in China than all the rest of the world 'Teeth Extracted While You Wait.' " granted only three patents. The night. On that evening the wife reguput together. Jiggs reflected. Duckle's "History of very first patent of all was given to larly prepared for two extra at dinner "What is there funny about that?" Civilization." Samuel Hopkins in 1700 for pearl ash- - in tho little flat where they lived, he asked. "I don't quite catch the i es. Mr. Jetierson iielu that tue patent should they appear. The husband then Pint-system was not oue for creating revThe Word "Picnic." picked up a couple of extra people on "Can't you see? The man who put Few people know the originai mean. enue, but for encouraging a production Wednesdays and took them along up that sign used five words when one fn of tIle word it is to be of that which is to be of benefit to the home, if lie wanted to. GREENSBURG, KY. would have Deeu enough. The word found set out iu tho London Times of whole people. In the first twelve years "I always chuckled inwardly as my covers the whole round. Ev- - a bumlmj vears av0: .A picnjt. sup. a single clerk in the state department placid smile and well set table met the dentist' cry dentist is supposed to pull teeth. ,per consists of a variety of dishes, and a few pigeonholes were all that approving gaze of some Wednesday ' isn't he?" The subscribers to this entertainment the business of the office required. guest whomTom had perhaps Invited "Oh. yes; I see. Ua. ha. ha!" New uave a bm of fare prePent(.d to them. Then a Dr. Thornton took charge of it at the door of the office less than twenYork Mail. with a number against wlt dish. The and devoted himself to it as a hobby. ty minutes before." ' lot which he draws obliges him to fur- Arm In Arm With a Tigress. nish the dish marked against It. which ' South to teach. The Coster Girl's Plumes. Unique Church Sign. Lonstrcet. It is related of Sir Edward Bradford he either takes with him in bis carOstrich plumes are as much of a ne- A large sign on the Second Avenue that he once walked arm in arm, so to riage or sends by a servant. The cessity to the London coster girl on her Miss Ova Popplewell has been speak, with a tigress. He was out proper variety is preserved by the tal-- ( outings as are the pearl buttons to Baptist church In New York city bears visiting Miss Isa Wilson. notices of services in seven languages. shooting and. always a fearless sports- ents of An effort meeting is being the maitre d'hote!, who forms her masculine companion, and the big Six foreign congregations Slovak. Chiman, had come to close quarters with the bill of fare. As the cookery is trimmed hats with their drooping nese. Magyar. Italian. Polish and held at Fair view church, by Eld. The Legislature is now in sesshis quarry. He fired, and either the ' furnished by so many people of fash feathers are familiar in all gatherings Greek attend services at this church, ball failed to take effect or but slight- - ion, each strives to excel, and thus a of this class. Many of the girls cannot ion, and we trust that so much i M..nrA.l ntvnl Clirv crvon each nationality has its own pas- J. S. Wade. -,y uuuuCu 7 supper not only gives rise to afford to keep their money tied up in and Besides these, five services are ''7-time will not hp Inst nti tVip pv Pnic tor. at him and m . but generally can useless plumes, and there thrives a held for English speaking people. On Foley Bros., are still grinding the elbow The pain must have been J f brisk industry in the hiring of these the sign, which is said to be about the refinement of the art." terrible, but Sir Edward kept cool. ' j feathers. The loan of a single plume largest church sign in the city, the away with their'gasoline mill. ag it should fae as a nQn and. realizing that it would be death for a day costs a quarter, or for a dol- time of eacii service is denoted by a The Immensity of Nature. to drag bis mangled arm away and alW. H. Brown, of the Hoosier political question, and our Gov-stat-e, They were on a trip in Switzerland lar a gorgeous trio may be had for an clock at the left of the notice, while to low her to spring afresh at him. he de and had day braved all dangers outing, to be returned promptly the the right of the notice is the flag of that is visiting his parents in jernor-elec- t say3 it should be liberatelv walked a few agonlziu morning. Weather conditions country in whose language the nowas able to and tended one of the highest points , next the paces until his comrade this country. Alps. He was very fat and as cause the terms to fluctuate somewhat. taken out of politics. m take aim and kill the brute. Thus his he the pauting and mopping his brow since a wet or foggy day will take the tice is printed stood courage saved his life, thougli the am0. E. Brown's school house Mr. Eldora George wrote an curl out of the feathers and make top putation of his arm at the shoulder at the wife of the mountain he turned Different Sort of Mystery. necessary, for which " 'Arriet" to his and said, with pathos in his proved necessary. "I wish I knew where my husband was burned down some time ago. lexcenent letter to the News. has to pay an extra quarter. London voice: was." remarked a lady whose spouse Both teacher rand pupils fought Will ask him to come again soon. "See. dear, how small one Is in the Fire Extinguishers. was irregular in his homecomings. About 1S40 a Mr. Thomas Philips of face of the immensity of nature." bet"You mean. I presume." responded valientiy to save it from the "Stint" and "Stunt." "Small, indeed I" answered his putLondon invented an apparatus for Stint is a good word as a noun. As her precipe friend, "that you wish you flames, but our efforts were in Our young men who wish to ting out fire, but it was not much of a ter half. "Why. you're standing in a verb it means something not quite so knew where your husband is?" I When put in action the steam front of me. hiding the whole of Mont pleasing. Do not confound it with vain. success. "No. don't." was the retort "I succeed in business must not valley and carbonic acid which were to ex- Blanc and the best part of the stunt, however. A stunt is something know where be is. He's up in his The meeting at Fairview'has spend their time and money in tinguish the flames were not gener- of Chamonix!" Exchange. quite useless. It is the horseplny of room sleeping off a headache. I want to do the ated in sufficient quantity the mountebank and has nothing in to know where he was." London closed with a number of profess- simply having a good time. They She Knew It. work. A Frenchman named Carlier common with honest productive labor. Stray Stories. "I have decided to quit this company ions. must not be discontended with patented a fairly successful extintonight." said the prima donna as she A stint is the warning to the wise that guisher in 1SG2. since which date they something demands to bo accomplished, Dinner'Was Costly. F. M. Wilson, who has been j our little city and think they are into have been used more or less all over flouncedmy the manager's office. Hewitt When took her out to dina goad to the laggard that time Is on dear Miss Rivington." he "But the world to put out incipient fires, protested, "we have nobody to take the wing. Atlantic. ner she said that she hadn't any more ill for a few days, is improving. too big for it. The right way to though, of course, they are valueless appetite than a canary bird. Jewett The prospects are favorable j Set into a larger pi ace is to out-after the fire has acquired much head- S'our place." Didn't cost you much, then? Hewitt Gone to Waste. l "That's why 1 have decided to quit way. New York American. You haven't any idea what a differ- f or a good school at R. S. A., krow the one you are in. Grow; "I don't Hfce the way they reported tonight" Chicago Record-Beralmy speech." complained the new con- ence there Is in birds. New York The Gladiators., wi,th Messrs. Huffaker, Bernard until it becomes too small to holdr gressman. I'ress. Larger Coming. Usually gladiators were matched in g "Why. they sprinkled in plenty of and Mitchell at its head. Sever- you any longer. Some of Irish Boatman (surveying the solitary laughter and applause." pairs. They fought in different In His Dreams. men who now thfnfc they' in chariots, on horseback, result of the day) It's a foine fish for "Yes, but how about all those gesHewitt When I was on the boat the al from this neighborhood are armor and with the lasso. Nets the size av ut. Them'H run about tures?" Kansas City Journal. id full . have out grown this place other night 1 had a lower berth, but I expecting to attend. wou? re used by some. who. after throw- - three to the pound. Angler Hardly dreamed I was sleeping in the upper Boatman-We- ll, fit better in a much smalIer Q- one over the bead of an antag that. I should say. Cruel. berth. Jewett Sort of overslept yourMiss Alice Cooper has been onist, dispatched him with a three maybe the other two'd be a bit bigger. gave Fido one of those self, eh? Exchange. Wife John. I London Punch. pointed lance or trident. ill for a few days. millers 1 made, and he went and SI 00 Per Plale. buried it Hub I'm not surprised. The Old Man Was Willing. W. V! Tarter is erecting a nice Convenient. Example. He probably took it for a bone. BosHe I told your father I could not Was paid at a banquet to Henry Ciay Dick Bill writes that he's living in If you want your child to love the ton Transcript live without you. She And what did building. in New Orleans in 1812 Mighty costly cottage. Sam Why. it's truth love it yourself: if you want your a magnificent he say? He Oh. he offered to pay my so small that you can stand on the child to love justice and purity and Our merchant is doing good for those with 3tomach trouble or inJust What They Wanted. funeral expenses. Boston Transcript digestion.- To day people every whfere reach down the chimney and open simplicity and honesty and courage roof, "Don't take that fellow on your footbusiness. use DrrKing's New Life Pilk for these door. St. Louis Republic. yourself. love them the front ball team. He's a chronic grouch." Beware of the man who offers you. we want ls a good ikick-or.- " advice at tue expense of a mutual what CJ. P. Walters left some time troubles as well as hver, kidney and There are no elevators running up American. "Mirth is God's medicine," said Dr. Baltimore safe,sare. friend.' ?a 1,n.i1.f fc ., .w QnIy 25 cts pau jnd down the ladder of fame. Oliver Wendell Holmes. ttU, auu .v ww-e.- .v at Drug Co Easy Job oflho Man Who Was Ap. pointed Buoy Tender. Some years ago It was resolved to buoy the shoals in the sea of Marmora, some of which extend to a mllt or more from the shore. An English naval officer was lent by the English to the Turkish government in order to carry out this and other measures. He laid down the buoys and was surprised to Gnd that the Turks thought that thereupon the whole business was concluded. He pointed out. however. tnat buoys require care, tuat it is necessary to repaint tbem from time to time, to pump the water out of tbem and to see that they remain duly anchored in their right position. To convince the Turks of this took a considerable time: but. being at length convinced, they appointed a man especially to take charge of the buoys. Some months later, however, the English officer heard shocking reports of these buoys and many complainta of them, and on going out to Inspect tbem he found the paint worn off and most of the buoys waterlogged. Hereupon he wratbfully found the man In charge and demanded an explanation. The man informed him that be bad never been supplied with a boat and had therefore never been able to visit the buoys since he had been in charge of them! London Family Herald. It Proved to Be a Rich Find and : Performed In Town Squares With th Crudest Kind of Scenery. From the beginning of the pageant in the old mystery and miracle plays of the twelfth century to the elaborate and highly artistic productions of the twentieth is indeed a far cry. Not only was the work of these early actors far below modern histrionic standards, but the stage setting, although the most complicated effects were attempted, was of the crudest. The mysteries were performed iu the town squares on two story scaffoldings. Saints and angels descended from above on very visible ropes. The tlood and the Red sea were represented by a hole dug 'in the square and filled t with water and so small that a might only with difficulty turn around therein. Here sea voyages were made from Marseilles to Palestine with one shove of the oar. These were the properties. Irrepressible medieval imagination dJS the rest. The mystery plays were dramatizations of the Bible performed by the different trade guilds of the town, each guild giving the part of the story established as its own by immemorial custom. The fishwives and prentices from all the country round thronged into York or Chester whenever a pageant was to be given. Royalty frequently graced the performances. From the Four Seas. row-boa- Tragic Incident of the Forest Fires ef 1910 In Idaho. Overton W. Price, vice president of the National Conservation association, in his book "The Laud VYe Live In" tells this story of a heroic forest Woodson Lewi rr The groat Green River Merchan- ! i i ts clise Distributor, has just Received a H Magnificent stock of New Fall ing, Shoes &c. offering at Popular prices. I Suits at Sugar Pure dollar 3 r2 Pattent Flour Pat. I and Flour Satisfaction, at Guaranteed and It will'pay consult i the best Fertilizers competition satisfaction. at that that Anglo-Saxon- Fertilizer always know what IJave a Full Stock of Fertilizers they are get worth. Write want. what Salt, and your buy wheatand am cash paying than I ( Satisfaction Guaranteed. ; f " WOODSON LEWS mninfflmfflimmfflnfflin'mnmiinfflnimmmmmniS j - ., ;ar" J . I Tit-Bit- s. : 1 d. the-youn- ways-blindfol- ded, I ut ..a. f,?"d.,,0?,L..E. V ' t i .''I ,." 4 THE ADAIR THE ADAIRLC0UNT1! KI W S COUNTY HEWS thinker and the greatest writer Published Every Wednesday BY THE of the day. &&&&&&&&&&&&Q&&&&&&G&&&&&Q&&&&&&&&&& A New Mill Four trainmenlwere killed and about a score of passengers inAdair County News Company. jured, some of them seriously, ( Incorporated.) in a head-o- n collision a few miles . . CHAS. S. HARRIS Editor. 'out of Louisville, when a C. & r 0. "dead" train and the Lexing- t,,e Tm de.TOtci the people ton accommodation train of the ierest of tlio ' Adair and adjacent counties. ;T. . &N..r came together last ' T Tuesday evening. According to as sec- Entered at the Columbia nd class mail matter. L. & N. officials the accident was " of due to a direct violation of oper- ZZ1 WM). JAjS.. 24. I'Uiating rules on the part of the -' trainmen on the C. & 0. . The Democratic party is fort-- ! unate in having so many avail- - Senator Cummings has an- able men of undisputed ability ' nounced his candidacy for the and training in public life from Republican nomination for Pres- vvhich to select its candidates for ident. He is a progressive and "President and Vice President. will 'doubtless interfere more Then it is also fortunate that it seriously with Senator LaFolIet can select from the East. West. than any other candidate. Mr. North or South. We are no long- Cummings, in our mind, is one Cane Valley. er looking to New York State of the ablest men of his party, for an available man; no longer and as a progressive, not given Master Count Dudgeon enterforced to follow the phantom of to extremism. There is a wide tained a small crowd at his home hope from the Piatt, but we can difference between him and Thursday night making candy touch New Jersey, Ohio, Missou President Taft. and pop corn balls. ri, and last, but not least, Al-- 1 Mrs. Sallie Callison after an Maysville; abama is in the ring. In our The Ohio River at extended visit to Middlesboro, judgment Hon. Oscar Underwood and the Green River 100 miles has returned to her home and is has no peer in point of ability, above its mouth were frozen Many smaller right sick at this writing. no superior in executive tenden- over last week. froz- Master Orby Christie is on the cies and as true to Democratic streams in Kentucky were principles and party promises as en, and widespread suffering Lick list this week ia iU nWin ! aw AJ.JUA in JJU.V4AW Hfo Thaf-- "V among cattle was reported UW Mr. and Mrs. Born UJ.J.J .,. XLUlll LUC XUlbll llldi! ' rruit is saui to be killed, and Paxton, toon Jan. 15, a Charlie if ?.v nth, .i,v, fine 10 iS orhprs- - r.har. he rfinresents a man-- ! uail are Perishing. Factories in pound son. been compelled ufacturing district in the South, Miss Ruth Sublett who is atto cease operations should not prejudice his worth to tending the L. W. T. S., at Co the great common people. The! The editor of Harper's Week- - liimbia spent Saturday and Sun South delivers the goods without ly who has been supporting day with her parents at this spot or blemish in every national Gov wilson for Presidentf in the place. "m contest. We have served the ' . Mr. F. P. Rice of Campbells-villcurrent issue of his publication, East, been slave to the North says stopped over night here the name of Gov. Wilson and followed the West plenty was taken from the head of its last week on his return from Colong. Fifty y.ears of political' columns in response to a request lumbia. isolation ought to arouse the am-- 1 of the New Jersey Executive. . ,.. Mr. J. C. Bault who is in the nviria nr aiavT man mrirkn on-nfnonKfcWnfniviofnlThelattersaid that the Publica" ' tobacco business made a trip to , tion was injuring his candidacy. Louisville one day last week. ,, . ,. , jusu ijci &U.IGU ouuo. iicgaiu-- , Mr. Edd Hood and wife were & less of geographical location, of A poll of the United States shopping a few hours Fri- ,m chances to win the nomination, Senate made by a Senator who here day afternoon. Underwood is the man of our js supporting the general arbi- Stave dealers at this place are choice and the man to meet the tration treaties was reported as common foe. follows: For treaties unamend-- , -! i Just Started The Mi gi j i I located at the Electric Light Plant I - i Post-offi- ce ; m ; i Will have at all times a large stock of High Grade Meal and Feed all kinds. Special attention given to Custom Gt4nding and Corn Crushing. Will pay highest Cash Price for Corn at all times. ! M & mL: Wilson w i h I j ght and lows .FJ Oliver No. !W i the t er No. , Built in the for work and lots of it and 1 So j e, wood or steel beam, right 1 ! i ! g i ou can t go wrong on either of these plows. Come in and look them over, they .11 r will bear lots or inspection. 1 1 Si.. tiSSr H? j Reed Hardware Co. ,F(m W Mtm M rvytzvi-'- i j kiiJSi KUX V6 SSJSSBSJ HlS$nUr Vj(l nm ' ! ed or amended in some accept- People who read the dailies able way, sixty ; fourteen against; Lindscy-Wilso- n School are as familiar with the breach one still open to slight doubt; between Gov Willson and the ' A Safe Place to Put Your Children the remainder doubtful. editor of Harper's Weekly as we Courses: are, and while various opihions The County Unit bill has pass ! have been expressed all, more or ed the House by a vote of 70 to Music Preparatory.. $3.25 $3.00 Expression . . . 3.00 3.25 Normal less, indicating the effect it 19. It is believed that a hard. But arises from mechanical defects of the eye, Art 5.00 Business is having and will have on the fight will be made to kill it in 8p and is the cause of many headaches, pain in the Governor's candidcay for the f no CJonjjfQ Thp nnrf-.- is nlprlcrprj s& Spring Term Begins Tuesday, Jan. 2, 1912 temples or above the eyes, and is easily relieved by Democratic nomination for Pres- to it and it should become a law. v day. Any delay means Enter the first S the use of properly fitted glasses. Consult me about ident, yet, we fail to see why any Loss to you. Write for Catalogue I your sight. of of his admirers should loose The Rev. W. D. McFarlahd, T Neilson & Moss ! I. faith or weaken in their enthu- - wanted in Pittsburg in connec Columbia, Kentucky. '& siasm for his advancement. Only tion with the death of a yonug A P. S. Do not miss this opportunity, as this is likely to be my !a$t week in i Columbia. one side of the situation has been woman, was arrested at Green- given the public and when the ville, Tenn. other is known it may chapge Miss Lalla Thomas and Fay- - fable paper for a few lines from wearing a big and long smile, Hancock, Bess Rice, Ruth Subintimat-- 1 Weed. the case entirely. It is the winter they have been look- - lett, Julia Moore, Pink and.Mattie ette Cole, entered school at a sad hearted little girl. I left ed that behind the curtains other Adair county in Sept. 1911, and ing for is here. Callison, Metsrs. Henry and Jim Burkesville the first of the year. pictures appear besides that of Mr. Richard Squires, wife ar:d Moore, Ira and James Vaugham, As there hasent been any news Misses Lalla Thomas and Bobie came here where mv father waP Col. Harvey. Gov. Willson stands ice at fare from this place for some time, I the Msses Hutchison were here Everet Smith. Bingham Moore, Traylor spent one night last:emPloved makin pnnvMMtiv loef Traar for clean politics, for honest! m?ll pUU in raiCIV ifnmn waees Per month. This is a nice n"" O week with aunt Eva Cole's. Will ill fMif ILClllO. A good barber wanted at this and Joe Callison. government, for pure DemoMr. Tildon Wheeler, has mov- Mrs. Lottie York who has been LUVV " "rta tt lttlc place. cracy. Becks Store. ed to his new home near Sparks- in bad health for some time is no when in full blast works 600 your idea for a larger What is "1CU a"u WUI"C"- villp News is scarce at this time better. i. tv: .nM.. i,iowiJ ai tins uiauB xauw many l wish some of mv litte friends m B. Moore, is quite , Misc Aman Ja Strange has re- nun. Lxniuy lvu yeais ajju rr new industries can we get to hag faeen but me buginess covered from a severe sick spell. wa3 oufc here with me- - There is Watterson, the editor of the ah this writinc m i.i i. locate here. itht The young people have had a' Quite a lot to be seen here. When transacted and scarcely any visit Courier-Journa- l, ivirs. JLean uoie, is on uietjiutt. waged a dinner Mr R- B- - Wilson and wife ing took nlace. Health is ex great time skating on the ice for I think back to old Adair Co. and with the editor of the New York list this week. rfor the past week, the creek have old Tabernacle where dear maThere were all day services at visited his sick mother of Green ceedingly good at present. World, the former avowing that ' Uaa "tqi' t?rliri ma, Wo sisters and one brother we. Big creek new year day, Rev. coumy one uay been so Mr. P. S. Traylor has Roosevelt and Taft would be at The Burkesville and Columbia lie sleeping in the quite grave, outs before the next Presidential Jesse, and Payne, did the preach - , Mr. and Mrs. William KelJey lucky as to catch two large wild mail has not been able to make and little daughter, spent one cats, capturing one alive the regular trips for the ice in the Itmakesme feel like I wanted campaign opened. The. World in to be placed by their side. QjX Mr. Walter Cole and wife; are j day of last week in Columbia.; ', sight being somewhat, amusing streams. admitted in an editorial a few is bad to give up the dear ones, Mr. Ed Winfrey rnd family Gods will be done. I want to Mr. J. B. Drye, a traveling There was a crowd of the young days ago that it hadlost and ask- - visiting Mr. Sam Hill and family salesman for Lewis Wald & (po,.,. folks took an anlle excursion to have returned to their home on live in a way when God is done ed Mr. Watterson to name the this week.1 of ab- with me on earth I can close my Mrs. Nannie Cole, visited Mrs. (of Cincinnati visited bur tdwn see the, cat, there being about 12 Renox after several weeks .time for the feast. Jefferson's due to sickness. eyes in death and' meet mama '.Friday. of us. The day was eiijoyably sence birthday will be agreed upon, Tean Cole one day last week. . and sisters and little brothers in ' ..... iw-'J- . 1 !! t i V and many notaoies win De invit - j Well Mr. G C. Wilson, we Mr. jonn Smith entertained spent and, a nice dinner served. the sweet beyond wher6 parting Greenwood Ind. ed When it comes to forecast - jwere very glad to read your let - the f0nowing 0n 'last Friday Mr. Elmer Miller of Russell will be no more. May God bless you all, from a little school girl. ing events Mr. Watterson is with - ter to the News so come again G. njKht: Mr. John Faulkner and county, was at Mr. C. C. Traylor Kind Editor. Grace Winfrey. out an equal. He is the greatest c. we will gladly welcome you wfffi. Misses' Marv and Fonzo two days of last week. Please find space in your valu- ., I . m$t$$Training ix$$ Eye Strain is Not a Disease i ! J ( i Dr. E. Alper, Optician. ! 1 j I j j ( ; t I "ts tt., A. i i 1. ii tr. - j . i -- , ! - j ; i -- ! I ! 1 "i "t - - ; -- -J w - v THE2ADAIR COUNTYgNEWS When you want a reliable medidine Mrs. Malinda Clayton fell o n LOUISVII I F - .for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's the ice the 9 and bruised PERSONAL de.3 Cough Remedy. It can always be hip badly. She is still unable t o pended upon and is pleasant and safe walk. Latest Quotations Mrs. Jas. Garnett and her little son, to take. For sale by Paull Drug Co. James, accompanied Mr. Garnett on his Dr. J. E. Buster is on the sick -- arar 'rnvvannfyj -- her MARKFTC ... -. -m I ae 1 X llifc. 3ei3ei . SIX I 1- - on Live Stock ft Wh a w X 7K ?lZ 1S Jk My AZ return trio to Frankfort. Miss Frances Garnett. a daughter, who is in college at Danville, will .'oin them later. During Mr. Garnett's term of office the family will reside in Frankfort. Mrs. Garnett will be greatly missed in social f and church circles here, and the younger set will long for the return of Miss Frances We trust that their stay in the Capital City will be pleasant, and that they will cheerfully return to Columbia where a warm welcome will be awaiting. During the absence of this family Mrs. Mattie Varderman, mother of "Mrs. Garnett, and her son, Paul.will occupy the homostead here. Col. L. T. Neat, returned from Frankfort, last week. For Sale. J list. i The death angle visited I have 40 acres of land for sale. Located 2J miles East of Columbia, home of Mr. Asa Wright on the ICy. Address. 17th and claimed its victim, his F. C. Brase. R. F. D. 1. Cairo, 111. beloved wife. The was the daughtll-- 4t el the CATTLE w $5.25g,6.00 si is is Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows fX XF Cutters. & er of Mr. J. C. Oliver. She leaves Canners M 2 003.85 7t Car-ma husband and hve children, Bulls Mr W. F. Pike, died in the Mt. s 4.004.85 xi neighborhood last Wednesday. He father, brother and sister t o Feeders v;r was one of the oldest men in the counStockers 2.504.50 ts mourn her loss, and on the 18th ty, being about ninety years of age. ?K O Choice milch cows God saw fit to take h e r dear Common to fair cows . . . For Rent. mother. Her death was not a sur-is- e .IS. HOGS to. . to the community, she being a si Two houses and lots. Apply G. P. Smythe. Choice 210 up G40 victim of pulmonary trouble. 6.25 7rs Campbellsville, Mr. B. H. Gilpin, Dear ones we can only hope t o Mediums, 165 to 210. Luther, a ten year old son of Mr, Pigs 5.45 r was here last Thursday. vr and Mrs. S. F. Wilson, died near Gar meet .them in a better world than Roughs 5.40 7i Mr. Robert J. Lyon, of the Buchanan linjast Mon'dayweek. this. in Lyon Co., was here Saturday. SHEEP AND LAMBS MX Myres 'eed Mill, Wanted, at the Mr. Ernest Ross ''has returned "in Mr. A T. Wilson, London, Ky., was good corn, Will pay the highest mark- J 4.00 5.00 Beat iambs days of last week. here a few from New York where he has et price. Culls . Mr. M. R. Yorberry. was in the f . .. 2.50.300 in tf been visiting his two brothers j Fatsheep ?fN county a day or two of last week. and sister. Tin OzarR. Miss Mary Miller, of this place enterGKAIN. Miss Fannie Allen and Mrs. ed school at Bowling Green V 90 7K The cold weather continues, iXela Morgan o f Irish Bottom Wheat. JMrs Tom Waggener, who lives out 50 vi1 ?K of town, has been quite sick for several Monday night Jan. 10th was said visited their sister Mrs. B. R. Corn... M days 7i Local Market. to have been the coldest weath- Buster Thursday. (IX Mr. H. C. Collins, of Campbellsville, Born to the wife of Mr Walter two of last er that has been in thirteen ix was in Columbia a day or years. Mann a boy. week. IN TX Our community is free from ful. The roads have been in a very Eggs Mrs. Junius Hancock, has about 3x pneuly recovered from an attack of 7 Hens sickness at present except some bad condition the Albany mail monia. 6 Chickens chronic cases. We have escaped has not been here for weeks, 7ix Messrs. C. E. Vaughan and Richard Cocks s j until to day but the Columbia Turkeys were here lagrippe and fever so far. Hagan, of Greensburg, Xl" A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. mail carrier has been faithful Monday. 1X Geese traveling sales- - James Conover, who lives near has not missed a day. Mr. J. B. Drye, a G Ducks XIX man, visited our merchants the first of j Gentry's mill, died last Friday Wool fall clipping 14 ?ix The snhool afc this nlar.A is nrn- xiy tne wees. ., night. A victim of pneumonia. ffrM . Wool spring clipping. 27 7K ma f. m Mr. W. R. Todd, of the Central UniHides (green) Si ix The heirs of Mr. Robert Mont- agment of Mr. Elmer Dalton. versity, Danville, is spending a few IX 44 Feathers days at home. gomery, deceased had their land xix IX Mr. Willie Grider is all smiles. Ginseng 5 00 Miss Ethel Moore, will leave next run off and divided last week. ?K Its a boy at his home. Beeswax. 50 Monday for Bowling Green, where she Too Tlffirol1 onrvouftr .V,., V... Alii. UO.O. J.U.UJ.J.WJ Yellow Root. . 3 9S Mrs Lucy Keeton sprained will enter school. Rody Kerns, will remove ?Ix Mr. May App!e(per lb) Mr. Geo. H. Gowdy, and Mr. Hugh her ankle very badly but is betIX his family to Mr. Luther Wilsons l 35.00-45.C- 4754.85 2.003.00 1.002.00 :5.505.50 six M IX 3? ?K 7K 15.00-35.- ylSjriJBld 00 J SgH xr 7K 7K xi IX IN. IV and February. Daily CouierJournai one year and 7K 3.00-3.- 25 the Adair Couuty News one year... Daily CourierJournal six months and News one year ". $4.00 $2.75 $K ni-'- i to-da- y. Daily CourierJournal three months and News one year m.ut;i'J..siw.'t.v.A'.?".'j2(n.nil.i"j'!- -i $2.00 2x IX To-da- ! ; Trx v During Year 5K j I TVT-- A , We do not want to Lose a Single $ xv r: Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our af K' ready Large List 7K fC XI is XI Noe, Campbellsville, or two last week. were hereiaday Mr. T. B. Hazaid, one of Taylor count 's best citizens, was" in Columbia one day last week. Mr. Silas Dennev. of the firm of Patteson, & Denney is in the Louisville marke tthis week. . ""LGrJZll?A ! his business in court. Miss Mamie Smith, who is a compositor in this office, has been on the sick list for the last few days. Mr. Ray Conover, left for Cincinnati Monday morning to purchase every thing nesessary to ruu a first class picture show. ' xi(; control. Russeil Springs. Lf Mr jim Combest and attend- Mrs. Tom Conover, returned xix ""O mviUin TVfl"vi 3 o r4sA , this week from a visit to James p j . q -' Mrs. Ed Shively, whose home is in ;u,iia,(W,uu,u,aiW.uJ. , .. . Mr. J. D. White, bought a cow ,, (J) town. North Dakota, and who is spending the fi winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and calf from Pete Duncan fori . with the finest ice seen here m Mrs. Stella Coffey and little H. B. Ingram, returned a few days $43. daughter, oi Okla., are visiting ago from a visit to Knifley. .i jcaio. m. iYir. nm Montgomery, sola to Mr. Robert L. Purdy had a hard fall xix Mr. J. C. Popplewell, has been friends in Jamestown. reon the ice covered sidewalk while Buford Montgomery one and one At the home of Mrs. Ermine xix on the sick list for the last few vIX turning from prayer meeting at the fourth acre of land for $15.00. days. Wilsons, Sunday morning at 0 Methodist church, Sunday night. He fortunately escaped with a few bruises. Mr. Elic Bailey, sold to same Mrs. Dan Wilson, who fell and a very quiet wedding took place m) Lebanon Falcon. party one and three fourth acre dislocated his ?houlder last week when Mr. Stanley Beck and Miss XIX ?Tx E Flowers, who is employed for $35. Mr. J. Lillie Clayton were pronounced XIX Columbia Column Co. located at remains about the same. by the Mr. A.lvis Montgomery, who' Lebanon, came home lasiFriday. This' aO&ieeGIOK Tnl Wolfovo T?ofQo man and wife, by Bro. Piercy in; M9K K t ' ...a Al l win icmuvcmo f Amiftt " V10 wee uc r?ll a.nmjtS l?C " spent several weeKS very piea-plaMitchell and Terrell Dickenson, his pleasant manner. Miss Lit t of business. Mr. Flowers is a With friends nd rel- s gentleman and has an excel- - sentlj' here Russell Co. , teachers, leave for lie is a daughter of Mr. Mart lent wife and an interesting little atives, left on his return trip studies at Bowling Green, in a demons, of Esto, and Mr Beck 1 daughter. this morning. a mucn resDeccea Kusseu to.. few days. lpfr. immprlinf.plv for Here is a remedy that will cure your Mr. V. Sullivan, was in our hnv. Thpv Creelsboro. Why waste time and meney excold. town this week writing up in- their Okla., home. perimenting when you can get a preFOR THIRTY DAYS Mr. D. Dowell, in going to his t e paration that has won a surance. As I have not seen a letter reputation by its cures of this disease I will offer my winter stock, such as Blankets, No mail to or from Russell work Friday morning was kicked and can always be depended upon? It from this place for some time by a horse as he passed by it, Springs Thursday, on account of is known everywhere as Chamberlain's thought Quilts, Men's, Ladie's, Underwear, Sweaters, I would write a !few itwas injured so he was taken to Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of the icy roads. i real merit. For sale by Paull Drug Co. ems. Caps, Woolen Scarfs, Shawls, &c. at following: Dr. Combest, took possession his home, it is hoped there are of this Mr. Frank Campbell prices:. of his own property Wednesday. no bones broken and Mr. D will Several families about town made place left a few days ago on the ab'le to resume his work. mistakes in calculating the amount of Mr. Ben Vails, is moving into soon Jbe Regular $1.00 values .79c Cash wood that would be required to run Str. Dudley where he will work the Warner property vacated by ( through ibe winter. They housed the " .39c t A Hero In A Lighthouse. .50 this winter. U3ual amount, but the weather has Dr. Combest and Mr. Al Stephf t For yiears J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, been so cold since the latter part of " .20c .25 Mr. Robert Antle, our county ens moved to Mr. Vails property. December, fires consumed the fuel like Mich., a ciyil war captain, as a lightSupt, and Miss Nona Miller one Miss Bertha Hatfield, is here house keeper, averted awful wrecks, so much chaff, and a number of Best 10c Outings and Storm Flannels 8 per houses had to be refilled, or partly so. of our most popular young ladles studying music with Mrs. but a queer fact is, he might have been iv. umivivuj vbiiwi uiuigo hul lilCilUUneU of this place, were quietly marri- Rounds, also assisting Mr. a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters If your children are subject tp at had not prevented. "They cured me of Ingram in the Bank. tacks of croup, watch for the first ed at Tiome of the bride last HENRY INGRAM. confined to their room for the past six weeks victims of malarial fever, are rtCT j place next week. Mr. Wilson ter now. Miss Bessie Campbell was ofiers him a good chance, we in town shopping Thursday. hope he will do well. There has been three wild cats Mr. Pete Duncan and family, moved into this neighborhood killed here this winter, Bill Miller killing two and Frank jas. weefc ' Mr. Luke Morris, who has Hammonds one. been in a low state of health for Mr. E. A. Raban and family very low who have recently moved t o over a year, has been for several days. A telephone Russell Spings are greatly miss- message was sent to his sister, in this totvn. Mrs. Lula Moss, who resides at Mr. Sherman Denny and wife Greensburg, to come at once. were visiting the latter's parents Mr. B. 0. Hurt and Charlie Mr. and Mrs. John Thurston, Combest. of Russell Springs, the first of this month. I I r f: i ix ix G. P. SMYTHE for FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 7K sy rx XIX K . i ; ix Xl XIX j ; ! xix xr; i 7K IX Xix I i room in his dentistry, when the door was opened the room was on fire from floor to ceiling, plenty of water and prompt work by j : xix Vf XIX XIX XIX XIX XIX ' XI. One Doliar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly fs xix fx xu spent ' unday night at - willing hands, and the building being brick it was soon under I I $ the-hom- e Courier Journal One Year 7K il xR xf: T , j. ! $ ; xK xR ! I Louisville Times and News 1 xh M' xK 5K x 7?Z XK i I 8-3- 54.50 "'j 4" I . J 1 1 ce fcaeK&30k' xK t first-clas- 1 I CLEARANCE SALE'i ? C (ft i world-wid- r . I3c ;iu, V Sun-day.Th- ey symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remddy as soon as the child becomes hoarse and the attack may be warded off. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Born, to the wife of Jo. Z the 2otb, a tf n pound son. Conover, have the best wishes of their friends for a long and happy life. Mr, G. W. Bledsoe has returned home from a two weeks visit at Rockeyhill Station. Quite a little excitement was caused Sunday afternoon when smoke was discovered issuing from the ventilators and windows over the Bank, in a room used by Dr. Hatfield as a work kidney trouble and chills," he writes, "after 1 had taken other so called cures for years, without benefit "and they also improved my sight. Novtr at seven dyspepsia, ty, I am feeling fine-"Findigestion all stomach, liver and kidney troubles, they're without equal.Try Courier-Journthem. Only 50cts. at Paull Drug Co. or , ,I ,,,J The Adair County al News and Daily Both one year $3.50 - & r c MILD, GENTLE LAXATIVE FOR WOMEN GIVEN FREE THR AAIH COUNTY NEWS I Gainesville. Ga. Christmas is over and New Year, and every person seems like they have started a new So many of the ills of women are j Pepsin. It is woman's favorite laxa- - ' tone to habitual constipation, probably tive. You will find that you can do resolution for the ensuing year because of their false modesty on the away with salts, strong cathartics, subject, that their attention cannot be etc, which are entirely unsuited to Rabbit hunting is the peoDles too strongly called to the importance woman's requirements. occupation, now till winter is of keeping the bowels open. It is Mrs. Katherine Haberstroh of Mc always important to do that, regardof the sex, but it is especially Kees Rocks, Pa., and Mrs. A. E. Her less rick of Wheeler, Mich., who was a! important in women. most paralj'zed in her stomach and Prom the time the girl begins to menstruate until mentsruation ceases bowels, are now cured by the use of remedy. A free sample bottle she has always vastly better prospects this be obtained by addressing Dr. of coming through healthy if she can Caldwell, and after you are convinced watches her bowel movements. If you of its your druggist it find yourself constipated, with bad at fiftymerits buy oneofdollar a bottle. cents and breath, pimply complexion, headaches, For the free sample address Dr. W. belching gas and other ' symptoms oi indigestion and constipation, take B. Caldwell,111, 402 Caldwell building small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup fMonticello, over. Born, to the wife of Oscar Ar-Hume Ideas. nold Dec. 31, a son. Mother and Do not complain of your wife's bady doing well. extravagance with a cigar in Mrs. A. C. Wheeler visited her your mouth. sister, Mrs. Ganda Mann, of Good manners are not taught Mannsville, last Thursday and in the school books. They are Friday. found in the home lessons. Mr. J. W. Absher and J. B. The daughter who is the flowWheeler made a business trip to L -- & N. Time Card -- i E - Xc company z Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, I titer ior Finish, Etc. Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South, Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. We appreciate them. A few days ago a snow fell to Campbellsville last Friday. about 2 inches, the biggest snow The 9th day of January there years, was a birthday dinner spread at that has fallen for several and we have had some of the the home of Mrs. W. A Hancoldest weather for a number of cock's, in honor of Mrs. Hanyears. A few days ago we had cock's 72nd anniversay, Tha a big sleet and at present we tab'e was loaded with all kinds have a big sleet. of good things to eat. The chilLand sells for $25 to $75 an dren were all present except acre and its mountainous land. three, one in Texas, and two in Good mules sell for $300, horses Adair county. There were about 45 people took dinner there.and for $200, milch cows for $80. I have been over a year in lots left. Mr. R. A. Corbin and wife, Georgia, have not been many deaths, but quite a number have and son, M. E. Corbin, returned been born into this world, so the last Wednesday from a three population of Georgia is increas- weeks visit to Texas. Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, visited ing considerably. Many a farmer are siting Mrs J, S. Breeding of Columbia i er of the family is always the one who knows how to best use the flour of the family. Whatever happens don't become a sour old man or woman. Old age should be a cheerful life, when the lengthened shadows are softened by the setting sun when quiet twilight steals on apace, soon to be fol lowed by the long night of rest which remains to all living. We have a few voung men who seem to think it makes them manly and noble to make themselves appear tough. If you are tough, people will find it out vvithout any effort on your part. pe-riod-of In effect Monday. Dec 31. 1908. SOUTH BOUND ffsAiN Lv. Louisville LAb.Lebam 0'27 7:00am 9:4an 23 8:15am NhM am 79 5:05 pm 7:40 pm 21 8:00 pm 10:00 cm o.03 6:30 pm 9:00.pnj NORTH BOUND "bain Lv. Lebanon Ak. Louisvillj 24 5:43am 7:50am 7:32am 10:15 am 8 4:20pm 65prn 1o.22 6.23pm 3:15 pm o.M 7:22am 10:15.ar 1 Nos. 92 and 93 are Sunday trains only. --o-- ' WILMORfi HOTE n W. JS. UlIUJtlorjE, Prop n. s First-Clas- Table Good Sample Roome Feed Stable Reasonable Rates GRftDYlILLe, C. D, KY Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY It is just as easy to be a gentle- ' E. L HUGHES Gl 211-2- 15 E. Main Street Ot INCORPORATED. I LOUISVILLE.EKY. o U. G. HARDMCK, Prcs. J. H. COCKE, y. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec aroung the fire making crops for the ensuing year, but when come to go to work, it is not as easy done as it was in the winter, when they was sitting aronnd the fire. Several witness the death of .Balus Merrick, a negro, which was hanged, Dec. 29, 1911, for murdering his wife sometime ago. last Thursday. HogwalloW News. Hocks has announced that he will probably Washington quit using tallow candles for illuminating purposes and go to using coal oil, since hearing that Rockefeller is no longer at head of the company. Somehow, Rock efeller and Wash never could get on speaking terms. The Old Miser wrote a letter yesterday but tore it up before mailing it. Every time he does this he saves two cents. Atlas Peck has notified the public to drive slowly by his house as his chimney is about ready to fall , down W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 pmuwiGHTS 1301 TftlKTCeNTft-MftlN. DEALERS f mACtfiHisTs M ENGINE?. EOILEFS, SMOKESTACKS, c GRIST MILL CAW MLS. FEED MILLS LOUISVILLe I have enrolled 56 pupils, most every school in this county have teachers this winter. Quite a number of weddings occurred during Christmas and New Year. Aliro fnon o loffar fViof Bowmer had written while he was in Texas. Come again Mr. Bowmer. T TVT " ! man and hold the respect of the community in which you live. Try it during 1912 and you will never change back. How many wasted flowers are strewn over graves. Just one bud from these flowers, pink with life and hope and fragrant with sympathy, would have eased the pain of some aching heart, had it been given while the loved one was with us. Special j lltretin to Eyes fiur-sric- al Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon uy due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION NFAR ED HUGHES' PFSICEf.CE ONBURKSVILLE STREET. j t Sheet Iron and Tank Work $? "V y JOBBING WORK SOLICITED mm& SfE2S&rmtM 4&mteM a!feia gf( mwm . w&S&E? fSBUS' &'. ' v . ' All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Everything In The Drug Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A Few Seasonable Goods as a Headline! Fer Box laxative Bromo Quinine " " Laxativejffablets Singley JEUs Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets - " " " " " " " ttyals When the producer and con- pany, Louisville, Ky., for sumer are one man, then, indeed free sample copy of edition .Manvof the distance between them is reWeeK have been many duced to a minimum. Raise ev- you desire, but be sure to W. There consumed with ambitious desires Arnica Salve toheal them. It makes -- . and smooth. Unrivale Mr. S. H. Knifley was one of other complaints recently on ac- erything possible for your own send your subscription order they feel the divine spark which the skin soft for colds sores, also burns, boils, sores, might be fanned into a splendid ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only the board of Supervisors a few count of the narrowness of the use on your ownfarm. January to this paper NOT to the x door at the P. O. days last week. Jlarr.e, but parental authority de - ' 25 cents atPaull Drug Co. Courier Journal. Farm Journal. Dli-i4 - Mrs. A. C. Wheeler, Mrs. G. H. Miss Hostetter Hocks, who is " " A.D. S. Slaughter, J. R. Beard and Gan- - probably the nicest laby in Hog-d- a " " Rexal . Mann. They had not all, been wallow, is so modest about her " Bottle Wampoles Wine bod Liver Oil together before for 27 years. skirts when crossing a bad place ' "" 3c Scotts Emulsion Mrs. Rettie Hancock has her in the road she lifts only her " ". " v Cod Liver Oil Nyals new dwellewing about complete, '"' " " " 100 Wine The postmaster, who has been Mr? David Hardin had a good ' " "" " 89c Rexal young hcrse to die a few days comfortably seated on the west " "" " 50c Emulsion" side of the stove for the Past few ago, cause, Kidney trouble. ' " 1" 83c A. D. S. compelled to move Mr. J. W. Absher and wife weeks was spent Friday night at A. C his chair around to the east side 1.00 Vinol yesteaday on account of a leak Wheeler. Write us for Quotations in the roof. Mr. Virgil Knifley and family Mis3 Fiutie Belcher has called 'spent a few days in Absher off her engagement to wed one neighborhood during Christmas. of the Henstep boys who resides Mrs. Ollie Shivley of North It is worse than useless to at- crees they shall " fold their hands JDakato, is visiting Mrs. J, C. in the Buzzard Knob section. It is rumored that she was only tempt to repress a girl's natural and wait, " While the spark be- - Gose and Mrs. C. G. Jeffries. marrying him for his money, impulses. The society and com- - comes dim and goes, taking hope, Oscar Arnold will move to but he spent it Saturday night. panionship of the opposite sex is perhaps life, with it. E. Corbins farm near Car-mMont Sidney Hocks became intoxi m perfectly natural desire. Shut in the near future. cated Saturday evening and tried her up and she elopes with a frightful Polar Winds Mr. F. W. Hadley and wife fco cross her in love coachman steer3 into drive his yoke-oCn fi r vsv nl ttti visited the latters father Mr. G. the failed on ac but and she may fill a suicide's grave, north and play havoe with the skin. rou&h 0E sore chapped O. Hancock several days last COUnt of the door being too narour young women are! causins red'. " " " "" " " " Elick Hellwanger has kept so sober for the past three months With many wishes to the that he has driven from here to News readers and the News, I Rye Straw without hitting a will close. Respectfully, stump. Eldora George. ip fa a t i.ui. loay ojjiauiui, uicu wi l x me vv iiu Onion School, has purchased a Knifley. ' new pair of shoes and they hurL his feet so badly he expelled two The health of this Dart of the !L pupils ye3terday county is very goon except colds. Tobe Mosely says he is awful A heavy snow fell here the 6, glad Kentucky went Democratic fast, and the coldest weather of lasfc TaesdaV) but he expects to this winter followed for two get more direct benefits out of y the two 'possums he caught on Mrs. D. G. Cundiff. of Terre that ni"-ht.Haute, Ind., is on a few days The thermometer at the home visit to her mother, Mrs. Rettie of Washington Hocks got out of Hancock, brothers and sisters. fix Friday morning and register-- j 19c Mrs. Fannie E. Cooper and ed eighty-on- e degrees below zero, 15c Sallie Nickell, of Butler, Bates As a consequence Wash and his 25c County, Mo. , spent two weeks family are threatened with pneu- 25c here visiting brothers and sisters monia. i ; i t 1 There is one delightful thing about farming, which is not true of some other industries, and that is that each farmer is really benefitted by the success of his neighbors. In a progressive neigh- borhood, where good stock is kept, and where farming is generally profitable, roads and schools are better, the price of farm land is higher; and, owing to the fact tVinf. n rrrpjir. o Joseph fi. Stone, Attoney-AMaw $ Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky irwrimnwrn n Why ' , , nnnnHf.u . m rf fnvmc . products is offered for sale mar-Keis are Detter: so ooost your neighbors, and by so doing help , yourself. Gumption on The Farm. Not Read Tho i in. , . i , . . ( i j Ever notice how easy it is for a man to get married who isn't able to support a wife? What is the use of sucking a filthy roll of tobacco called a cigar, anyhow? Be clean! The self-maman is never finished until some woman gets busy and polishes off the rough de i Cour Journal? HENRY WATTERSON edges. 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- t 50-1- 00 eye-brow- s. '" ' 4 ; ' Footprints on the sands of Editor. time all right, but be careful not We Can Furnish You to make them on mother's clean kitchen floor. ' The thing that uses a man up The Adah" COMlty KCUS and makes him old before his ' and the time is to stop work and turn in-- 1 to a first-claloafer. Weekly Some folks sell out and move every time they get into a tight place. That is jumping out of Courier-Journ- al into the fire. t"ie fryhig-pa-n ss : i Good warm clothing is a capi- - ( CITY HALL PHARMACY, SxS!2r.iY , ' ! tal way to save doctors bills. See that the wife haa her share. A warm coat will last for many i Both One Year For $1.50 years. When yonr husband wants a We can also give liberal hammer in the house, just take him yours. He will bring you combination rate with Daily home a better one the next time j or Sunday Courier Journal." he goes to town see if he doesn't 'Write Courier-Journ- al Com , ! j I ; al -- f w i ! I post-offic- e, - I . nr i ; v i '- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS 7 JAPAN'S BOOKS ALL Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work.' All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Cardui womlnsTonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to fell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. for Special Instructions, and tVJJIClU. nuiW'ij 64-pa- ce ist-H- til. book "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 43 wiauuiUUfta t wilt. iut wimtuuiUU&ti, 1 UlU.i Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo .had been troubled with sick headache for about five years, when she began taking Chambealain's Tablets. She has taken two bottles of them and they have cured her. Sisk headache is caused by a disorded stomach for which these tablets are especially intended. Tiy them, get well and stay well. Sold by Paull Dru& Co. Hes. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40- -: James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK) WEEKLY COURIER - JOURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in ocratic memders of the legislature. When the colonel was told that President Taft had declared his intention to stay in the fight until death, he responded: "I have nothing to say," and, as the dispatches add: "He shut his mouth with a click." It is a good thing, sometimes, to shut the mouth with a click, and the fight between the colonel and the president may continue to wage merrily. The Democratic party enjoys the fight, and the click, and will be in at the aspirants for the presidency at the hands of the Republican party. In like manner, let the Democrats in the legislature shut their mouths "with a click" on ali subjects which would 'delight the minority, and the minority in the legislature isn't made up of fools or of men unlearned in the political game. There is ample work for the Democrats in the legislature to do, and the are only sixty legislative days in which to do it, without the recommendations of Governor McCreary embodying the platfotm pledges of the Democratic party for the purpose of indulging in "investigations." Anybody can engineer an inves tigation, and the minority in the legislature would point with pride to the investigation resolution and view with alarm the side-tracking of Mr. Roosevelt might be was shelved. lowed to the advantage of the A few days ago a man called Democratic party, and that inat the office of the local police cludes, emphatically, -- the Demcommissary and said to that official: rested on suspicion, but as they proved their innocence, they Sometimes even the example were released and the matter folWith A Click! ALIKE "My name is Marius Yvorra. I killed Berges, and this is how I did it." ThP (nmmioo!lli7 f fhfl J man's confession, and, after a reflection said. "Now, look here, my good man, this IS not the way to get arrest- ed. You must Write US a letter' PllTlfll'minfr tllo nitnl nfnfnmnMf ' made to us. Then we shall be able to attend to you. NOW, get liot-anar- l ( j 1 along." The man left the office, and, perhaps because he was not a good writer, he has not betn seen since in Algiers. Poliucal Wisdom. FROM WOODBOW WIISON Originality Not Considered a Virtue In the Mikado's Land. The position of literary men in Japan differs in many especial respects from that which is accorded writera of prominence In the western world, writes Paul S. Relnscb In the North American Review. The Individuality of literary fame and literary personality In its various aspects have not been developed In the orient to nearly the same extent as in the west. The great books to which men return again and again for guidance and Inspiration have been written thousands of years. 1911 and those men who earned fame there- after won their laurels by writing com-littl- e mentnries upon the classics. No merit BRIGHTER, BETTER.j attached to originality. Moreover, most writings were anonymous. Es- BIGGER THAN EYER pedally if they were original was it advisable that the author should not THE2REGULAR PRICE OF make nIs personality too prominent hile learning was always respected. authorship never had the position in Japan and other oriental countries THE LOUISVILLE TIMES r Tr.nnthnt If line an1nral tr ?. the Greeks down to the present. The Japanese mind will excel in the IS A future In many directions, but the greatest development may be expected In those activities for which racial and social experience has best prepar- IF YOU, WILL SEND YOUR 0RDEV ed the Intellect. A strong but selective realism in literature, delicate word TO mt YOU CAN GET painting, the successful search for mastery over the forces of nature, a grasp of social and political relationshipsthese are among the things we may expect from the Japan of the future. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR V - $5.00 YEAR. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTli ONE YEAR H if you will give or end your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, S6.00 32,00 Sunday tions. delay in doing things which it ' A Matter of Business, It is up to the governor, to the was obviously fair and necessary Tuere k a reason for everything, state officials and to the legislaeven a train news agent's reluctance ,, LU uo to pass through the cars with his ture to make good. And it would packet of "The men who have chief! v who had newspapers first. A woman be the part of wisdom for the traveled fifty miles out of profited by the tariff have not New York before she had a chance to Democratic membership in the buy paper negTV40T1T7 nf nhmA ueneuLb 4j x uncm owaicu its 1..u.2j ecte(1the afternoon herself she had to legislature to shut its mouth t0 provide with said tuo boy who fina,lv appeared with pawith a click to all things but ful with their workmen. The work-- 1 fillment of Democratic pledges- .- !mgmen of the country have been -- why do you always come through noons anu men magazines grossly Deceived from the first." i Owensboro Messenger. and leave the newsnaners until the Along with their efficient or--, las" "Why?" esclahned the Meant to Be Real Bad. gamzation goes a tremendous boy. "Because It's business. astonished If I came flrst wiu. papers everybody throusu Two little girls residing in East power, aud they have used that would buy a paper and read that all .. Eighty-sixt- h street, Virginia power to throttle competition and through the trip and leave me with all twenty-fivtheso ollar books cent Clough and ClairieFeldman, who establis h virtual monopoly in mnr'fl7inoe nt mx and n Mtt V1t tinmlc had long envied their boy play- - every market that they 4iave Press. j Sothern's Happy Thought and the Unruly Gallery Gods. It was in the year ISfEJ or 1SG4. During the summer months Sothern. with John T. Raymond and several other well known actors, occupied the local theater of a seaside summer resort, to which hp and his company drew a houseful of people several nights in BOTH ONE YEAR the week to hear and see them act rehearse it really was- in preparation for their next winter's New York seasonthe most important of their plays. The little building had. of course, a THE LOUISVILLE TIMES gallery, and in the gallery the "gods" became so obstreperous on occasions controlled political affairs," that it was with great difficulty the the best afternoon paper print nlav could bo nroceeded with. The "There js nothing the matter ringleader, a well known rough of the ' anywhere, ' with the mass of business in this town, was a man named Ri'.l Hanra- ban One night n happy inspiration Has the best corps of corres. country. It is as sound as it ever seized Sothern. Caving learned the f name of this prominent member of the pondents. was." rowdy element, he addressed him in ,ie Democratic mem 'The tariff will be the greatest ' the mid-- t of tho most unearthly noises Covers the Kentucky field perbers to do that for which they ioono as follows: ''Mr. Elaurahan. will you ,: ...- W1C mms campaign. be SOfJtl cnoUqj o Iake charg,0 of t,le j were elected good roads, better Until we have dealt with it prop finery and keep order for me? I shall ) fectly. schools, better taxing systems, o,.l,r t i feeI verv grateful." u; Covers the general news field ThQ rcsu,t .jwvauucaiwiiiiuuLinujjma m.,jcal Bj, Le. direct primaries and economy in way that will be satisfactory and came at once an official of the theater completely. and as such cracked the heads of a all things without pinching the lasting." few of his erstwhile fellow rioters Has the best and fullest mar departments of the state govern"So far the tariff board has awith such good effect that it was only little time before the best of order kets reports. ment in their legitimate opera-- ) served chiefly as an excuse for prevailed. "The Republicans have been both blind and selfish." "When the representatives of big business think of the people, they do not include themselves." "The man of affairs and the politician must come into conference wiih the student and the ardent reformer." "There is a rapidly growing body of voters who are utterly disgusted with those who have TACT OF AN APTOR. THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES I ; - FOR ONLY I $4.50. deter-minationo- rf i-- . ,ii ,;.u j DEMOCRATIC in politics, but .j ' fair to everybody, , SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- - - TION RIG IT AWAY TO THIS PAPER-not I - to The Louisville Times. Wilson's Store. j i I Mr. W. O. Bryant's condition.-remain- s about the same. : I e I Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Rigneyj Courier-Journ- Yr We can give j'ou a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. XS ) X33X5XSXS$xilxj:&) vs I J maces ior tneir aointy to enjoy such badness as is inherent in boys, resolved to be bad them-- i selves. To this end they shut themselves up in Virginia's room and proceeded to be naughty. In J1 1 . coveted." Quest is always personal. It is not a question of their (the trusts) size, but of their act." poli- -, "The boss is a gum-sho- e ticai manager. to "What Is meant by autosuggestion?" writes a corresponcnt. T phrase j I Getting Rid of Fear. of Neatsville. visited relatives, here last week. Prof. Robt. Bailey bought a tract of land known as the Sylvester Cravens property, from the Ci;avens heirs, for $600. Brother Luther Young will leave in a few days for Lexington, where he will enter school. Several from this place were in Columbia Monday. ELLW00D 26 INCHES WIRE FENCE fact, they practiceJ swearing "Publicity is a great antiseptic just to see what would happen. against f he germs of some of the When they were quite sure worse political methods." that none would overhear them each produced a slip of paper Death of Mrs. Martha Ferrill containing the swear words and fired away. God in his infinite wisdom saw HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD "Bulldog!" said Virginia. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long "Cigars!" was Claire's reply. as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights But the ceiling didn't drop, and and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. there was no earthquake to swalS8INCH nrP low them up, and the two reSO INCH sumed their play, a trifle disap42IKCH yflNt f ' pointed at the tame termination 34inch Mwf of their badness. Cleveland SSINCH KWHMKKKWHMMMMKWKVOM Leader. 7777v Ua YKTUUUKM ff is inch iYk jjjy lXAKlfArnnAAARrt '"OIWrM MYMm.uwMkUJL7 UT1 lI"JA..iy J tag J m W!01 JHTIU IMPyjM.M.1 kit ELLWOOO FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN SJOIEIGHTS Hardware, Farm Imple.nenis and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. . Louisville, Ky. best to call from us our precious, Notifying the God. darling mother on January 6, une ot tne oua tnings tue visitor to 1912. We all hated so bad. to Burma will notice is the large number about give her up but our loss is heav of bells usually the pagodas. These hung on sacred posts hells are ens gain. Dear mother has left a few feet above the ground. They a vacant place m our home that jam but thev are uot furnl8ed with never can be filled. We could 'onsues. The worshiper who conies to before the pagoda strikes one ol not keep her with us. but we are bray ,ies with a wooden mallet. Thls hese going to prepare Ourselves to live s to attract the attention of the god as she lived, and when the sum-- ; Climax Of Rek Tape. Supreme Self Esteem. mons comes, we will be ready to ?cf-"I am afraid Bliggins is a bit of ego,f cnlfl fhft rnOflTT mniln rihtlrkcrinhor This is a tale of a go to meet her at God's throne, "Has he offended your "No- ' ffMi Mm- - l venture to ed murderer who wished to be where partings are not known, . i i. i. t..i . ll'IUillh ...j arrested as related by a writer ana tnere is no surrering or sor--1 took it L1IUCa UUUUUJ IS lJt'l shIXUU lit" personal slight"-waas ington Star. in Le Matin Paris. row Some time ago a man named She leaves a husband, six Step- - Time never drags nor does life ever Berge was. stabbed to death at children and three own children. seem monotonous to those who are i ways working, .'thinkihg.i learning and' -- rowing: Algiers. Three men were ar-Her i simply signifies self suggestion to good enus. i'or instance, u not parncuiar-- i ly dislikes to do something one ought ne may connutr the dlsinellnaf. .n by resolutely saying over words c ,iress- my iui uecessicy oi uomg ru nung at once and with pleasure. Tin? person who is afraid to go upstairs in the dark may. it is said, overcome this fear by saying. "1 am not afraid: darkness is friendly: nothing ran hurt me." The underlying idea is that the mind Is the real ruler or the body and that by allowing the mind to take command of a situation from the higher and not the lower point of view ill may be vanquished and good accomplished. Christian Herald. -- there will be a singing at Oak Grove the 4th Sunday evening-Every body invited to come and bring Silver trumpet song books. . Messrs. I Cortez and Grover j ! I j - Bryant attended the birthday dinner at W. D. Bryant's near MaGaha, the 9th. Mr. N. G. White is spending a few weeks with his sister, Mrs, Roberts, at Tarter. Misses Irene and Emma Mur-re- ll entered school at the L. W. T. S., Monday, i - self-confe- ss January 8. - - m IC(-I- ! : Mr. Ejzy Bryant is visiting his brother, W. A. Bryant, in Taylor county, this week. j j I al-- step-childre- n. Myrtle Conover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Conovef has fever, and is very low &x- - 8 ! Irvins Store. ed, and we will venture to say the only things that seem to be Gradyville. that if all the tobacco is made on the decline. ;Mr.JW..6:,Hili left for Lex-- that we have heard talked Of, Last Su'Aday was the coldest Mr. Eli Tarter; of Park Ridge, j.jdayhere.fotfa .number of years. t ing-lasSunday. the crop will be like Carter s has sold his farm to his Most "every body- out of wood, j Key. :G. W. Pangburn filled oats were in the field .where they law, "W. T. Bennett. U. G. Rexroat our enterpris- his 'Tegular appointment here grew. There would Parden, ORla. ing merchant left yesterday We have' las.tSunday, with a very interest- in old Adair for-it- . 'with his family for Somerset. Wej heard a few say that they have Editor News: ing sermon. are sorry to give him up and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Yates, Weed, contracted their entire 1912 crop Find enclosed check for $1.50: wish him much success. visited uncle Charlie Yates and at 7 cents per pound. We would to pay for the News and Courier Mr. H. L. Wade has bought a advise these parties to close this Journal,! year. I cannto.do withdaughter, one day last week. half interest in store here and all know that we out them though 1 am an n Rollin Caldwell, of Milltown, deal, for we will attend to the business. We burley tobacco at 7cts at present. The News is was here on business one day can grow predict a good trade for you and make good money. like a letter from home, and the ast week. Judge. C. J., gives the State news, so H. Messrs. Roy Walker and A. Terrc Haute Ind. Our mail carrier leavs any time send them on7 Pulliam, of Nell, passed through 7 o'clock till 10 and arrives We, Oklahoma fellows failed from here Friday, en route for Colum-- ! Editor News. Enclosed you will find one dol- to make quite enough to buy a anywhere from 6 p. m. to 10 p.m. bia. lar. for which please send me the Mr. W. H. Benhard has moved in 1911, but we think if we W. Shirley, of news for 1912, I am located in farm J. R. and R. clean up a thousand every to a place near Charley Chap-- ; Milltown, were here last Thurs- Terre Haute, am employed by don't year, we are going to starve. man and Mr. Finley Richardson day, looking after a good work the C. & E. I. railroad Co., have However we are all living yet occupies the the property va-- ; mule. emDloved by this Co., for been and still able to be about. Old cated by Mr. Benhard. Mr. Everet Cook made his four years. Born to the wife of M. T.XWil-so- n settlers claim this is and has Terre Faute is a beautiful little community regular visit to the a girl the 6th and. to wife of been the coldest winter in their city composed of sixty-fiv- e of Weed, last Saturday. knowldge of the country. Lots Jessie L. Harris a boy on the 10. thousand, has more factories Lewis Compton, of Portland, of stock have frozen on the There being six applications was in our midst last Thursday. than any other cifcv in the State plains. for our school for the comirg , , ., size. During the winter t im tr it i iir r - TTallVCi, WX111C all UJL4ilI of its i'aL I am in school again, it seems term, our trustee will take tne ul weather until Monday, sold a very we had b.eautif bia, last Xmas, when it began con- natural for me to engage in vote of the patrons to determine valuable span of young mules to after when school time who he will recommend to the siderably colder at present it is school-wor- k Burdett, of Lebanon for $275. yery cold here 19 below zero, comes again each year. Much board. Does this look like teachMrs. Bruce Montgomery and coldest that I have ever known more satisfactory to teach here, ers have a right to cry not daughter visited relatives at this enough pay. it to be in Indiana since 1 have as salary is better. week. place, a few days of last Have seven months term get I ss THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS a ' i i ......' I r FALL AI I UM I 111 N 1 - notf-'be'roo- Our Greatly Enlarged Rug and Drapery ; Department t i i j ' With its wonderful selection cf the best that the market affords, offers Special attractive Bargains day in the week. The Fall Line of ay Okla-homa- j r arpets - Linolenm Makes shopping atour store pleasant and' profitable. Stocks overflowing with splendid values. You are always welcome at Louisville's Big Carpet and Rug Store. ' ' j Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. i j flj j t- . - f w - - A : Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail , LUMBER All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds I ! .Columbia, Kentucky. v X &r ' k .c msi Mrs. J. A. Diddle, of Colummm I sometimes think of the good $65 per month am enjoying the bia, spent a day or so with Mrs. times that I have had in old Ky., work fine. W. L. Winters, last week. of my old friends and sssociates Our little town of Paden is Mr. Silas Cain sold James of the quiltings, The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al still growing, despite the fact INTERNATIONAL, Reatherford a span of young s which us that we had a bad crop year. etc, Both One Year for $1.50, DICTIONARY rnules last week, for $300. youngsters used to attend. They Cement sidewalks just completl THE MERRIAM WEBSTER Messrs. Rose and Mitchell, the never have any thing like that ed a hustling paper and more The Only New unabridged dictionary in many years. tobacco men of Kelt-- ; out here. Of course they have brick buildings going in. Think Contains the pith and essence ner, were here a day or so of various kinds of entertainments she will make a town yet. of an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowllast week, looking after tobacco. but nothing like those old quilt edge. An Encyclopedia in a E. Lawless and P.A.Cobin are single book. Lyon Bros, and Thomas Tay- ings or s which wej going fishing as soon as the ice The. Only Dictionary with the DR. H. W. DEPP, Dertist, lor, of Campbellsville, were call- youngsters enjoyed so much; but thaws. New Divided Page. Work Guaranteed 400,000 "Words. 2700 Pages. Office over People's Bank. ing on our merchants last week, so many of the boys have left H. H. Lawless who is 81 years 6000 Illustrations. Costnearly Edmonton, Kentucky. in the interest of groceries, their old Ky., home, have gone half a million dollars. oldjjs in good health. Let us tell you about this most hardware and saddlery, with a to several different States. Us remarkable single volume. Hav'nt seen anything from full line in each department. boys certainly liked old Ky., durWrite for sample Sewellton lately, wonder if every I lyyyfc. pase3, f nU par Five of the oldest men of our ing our school days but I dont HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID ticulars, etc. vmJZtiiesk body is frozen in that nick-o-th- e FOR RAW FURS ANO HIDES know that I will ever again make Kelt-neName this town are uncle3 Robt. 0. Wool on Commission. Write tor price- paper ana woods? H. C. you and L. C V5iRrwES TS'V V TOSSSim 5iVWK WO Wlii Thomas Grady, Geo. W. it my home, for I like this countlist mentioning this ad. wake up and pen us a few items. Bend freo Flowers, J. W. Sexton and ry out here much better. a set of JOHN WHITE & CO. We fellows out here would apPocket Trusting you will find space in Charles Yates, and they have all Maps preciate them more than you im-- . stood this extreme cold weather your paper for these few items agme. Jb or tear this epistle will like the boys in their teens, and will ring off. Walker, came off last Wednesbe consigned to the waste basket Tine Shepherd. we have not heard a single comday, as set. A good sized crowd CAUSE AND REMEDY. B. F. Lawless. will close. &C. MerriamCo. plaint. was in attendance, considering Springfield, Mass. IS? Ono. r Messrs. C. 0. Moss and G. E. the weather. Every thing Uncertainty of the immediate Ella. We are having lots of winter Nell made a business trip to Cobrought fairly good prices. future is looked upon by many men Nell. of affairs, as a blockade to enterice and snow in abundance. lumbia, last Friday. Health of this community IS prise and business prosperity, and We were much astonished to reasonably good at present. Messrs Wood Collins and PorAbsher. this blockade is now quite apparent had Coldest weather we have We have had the coldest throughout the channels of trade. McGahan, ter England exchanged farms hear of Mr. Laban in a long time, the mercury The Presidential Election; the . even, one day last week. All an aged gentleman, getting weather in the last 10 days than standing ac ten uegrees ueiow J T efforts of Congress with no fixed we have had for several years. Mr. E. S. Rice spent last purpose; Organized Labor as a new parties concerned are satisfied, burped to death while lying zero some of the time. Mr. Oscar Sinclair, from Pel- Thursday night with his brother factor in politics; together with' and both have nice, comfortable on his bed of repose. The other matters of greater or less Brother Scott filled his regular cf near Jericho. dwelling caught fire from some lyton, visited at J. B. Abrell's homes. import, represent at this time a appointment here Saturday and last Monday night. Miss Ethyl Moore and brother, chaotic conflict of separate' interof Tompkins-jvill- cause, burning Mr. McGahan to Mr. Critman Corbin, sold B. Sunday, though the weather was . Judge Carter, ests, to harmonize which is now the J. Esther were at H. B. Robertson, problem before the country. while en route for Colum- death. His daughter, Nancy, Abrell some stock hogs. Price very inclement, and the crowd All want Prosperity, Peace and last Saturday and Sunday. bia, stopped over for night at the was also burned very badly, and 'was somewhat small. unknown. Plenty. Read with care the CinWilmore house last Sunday. He a grand daughter of his was Mrs. Olen Robertson and child- cinnati Enquirer, a journal that Miss Fannie Neat, daughter of Mrs. C. C. Kinniard has been prints all the news each day from reports the roads in a fearfu also burned. The physicians say Mr. R. L. Neat has been quite suffering a great deal with rheu-sic- k ren who have . been visiting at every commercial center through-oa- t condition from Edmonton to this that the ladies will recover. The Robertson returned A barometer of the world. for some time, it is thought matism for the past week, but ac Delaney remains of Laban were laid to causes and effects that points out, place. home last Sunday. improving. thi3 time she is improving. as a Beacon Light, the danger and rest in Cumberland Ridge church that she is Mr. Charlie Herriford, of CoThere will be a singing at the Misses Eula and Bertha Mar- the safeguard therefrom. Mr Gilford Hamilton sold a yard, there with many of his As well known, the Daily Enlumbia, in company with some Goodin school house next Satur- - nice covv ana caif to J. N. Walk-da- y tin, were guests of Misses Berrelatives, to ,await the judgment. quirer is the largest in size and .timber men, was at this place night; and Suudsy, conducted up recently, price $32.50. tha and Audra Dillingham Sat- highest priced paper in the United The boys are having lots of by one day last week negotiating States, yet cheapest, measured by S L. Williams. Mr R y Simpson and wife urday night. sport shooting rabbits this cold quality and quantity. with our mill men with a view Mr. George Adkin, bought a R . The Weekly Enquirer, with the Cooley spent severd Mr. E. A. with f ito putting a saw here in the near pell. cream and digest of all the news, couple of nice hoge from Mr. 'he atter,3 mothert Mr& Carrie al days last week with his uncle able and conservative editorials, future. That will enable them Some of our neighbors arel Buckhanon Gaskin 5 cts perlb. Walker, last week. of this place. market reports, methods and rej,tO buy all our hickory timber. talking of going to Bishop, Tex Mr. Jerome Hardwick, sold sults from Government and State Miss Annie Kinniard, of Red Mr. Richard Humphress, Jr., Experiment Stations, veterinary We take it that this is a step in as. May be if the snow melts his farm to Mr. Holtzclaw of Lick, will teach school at G.. H. visited at Mr. W. A. Humphress matters, People's Forum, choice he right direction, and we hope and the weather turns warm, Casey Co. Price $250. , Nell's, in Gradyville, this winter. a few days ago, and was accom- literature, short and continuedstor-iesdeal will be made. they will decide that Kentucky that the sermons, general Miss Etwal Williams, who has Mr. J. T. Hamilton and Curt panied home by his cousin, Mr. information, etc., with the exclusion There are two or three men in is the garden spot of the world, been visiting friends and relaof all matters of scandal and im'this section who have timber and get their minds settled, and tives in Egypt has returned Coleman, of Edmonton, were, Fred Humphress. morality, is today the Cleanest here to attend the sale. enough on their farms that is do- go to business here. Mr. W. N. Thomas visited Weekly Family Journal obtainable. home. Each issue is alone worth the urice Mr. Joel Hestand, of the Flat relatives here a few days ago. ing no one any good, to keep a The drummer, called on our of a year's subscription. M. Fox shipped a car-loMr. W. Rock community, has a severe Solicitors for subscriptions make mill running several years, and one day last week. merchants Mr. Ben Grant was here a few a handsome profit and increase the of hogs recently, but has it will give a number of hands The little daughter of Mr. case of grippe, and as he is quite days ago settling up accounts-ogood influence of The Enquirer in not heard from them. We hope - .employment. Alonzo Barrett, died 29th day of old, grave fears are entertained the uplift of morality and industry, J. R. Watkins. he lias done weil. and for the betterment and welfare his recovery. Dec. It will be greatly missed for During the past month of Our church is just about com- by parents and kinf oiks, Mr. H. B. Robertson was at of the community. For terms write Misses Flora and Lula Moss ioid, snowy weather, when a to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. pleted, and goes by the name of Mrs. Sarah Abrell, has been entered school at Columbia the Roley last week. number of our farmers have beeD ' ' ihvour stores, we have heard Square Oak. confined to her room for several first of the year. Mr.. Sam Grant was here a few. Send us $1.23 and we will send you the Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer and The waysdiscuss- - Stock peas and eggs are about days with lagrippe. fuming in various . The sale of the late S. R. days ago. News one year each. apple-peeling- s, been here. WEBSTER'S NEW wmmmm wood-cutting- well-kno- wn apple-peeling- PAINLESS Dentistry at PAINLESS Pricess KSKSV cCfgrTttt-aai!rSft, AND HIDES r, , STl. Jlll 1. - ASjl'G. i . 1 1 ! j e, j I j i j -- non-sectari- an ad f -- 1 &