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Prominent Physician, of this Place, and Miss Laura Herriford Married. CEREMONY AT BRIDE'S COUNTRY HOME. A very quiet wedding occurred at the home of the bride's parents, Judge and Mrs. George Ilerriford, last Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, when Miss Laura Herriford was united in marriage to Dr. and popR. Y. Hindman, a ular physician, of this place. The ceremony was beautifully pronounced by Rev. J. W. Weldon, pastor of the Columbia Methodist Church. Only close relatives and one or two intimate friends were present. Immediately af- CROSSED THE DIVIDE ter the rites were solemnized the couple left, driving to the residence of the groom's father, Gov. J. R. Hindman, this city, where they will permanently Mr. John T. Carson, a Former reside, and where they were given a Citizen Dies in Duke, Oklacordial greeting. homa. The groom is a gentleman of sterling character, a physician of prominence, possessing a stern, though pleasing disposition, popular with his brother THE END CAME LAST THURSDAY NIGHT. members of the profession, and at times jovial and the life of his associates. A postal card received Sunday mornNo better young man ever grew up in Columbia, nor one who merited more ing notified Mrs, Margaret Tucker and Mrs. Kinnie Murrell that their brother-in-lafriends. Mr. J, T. Carson, had died in The bride was born and reared at Burkesville, Cumberland county, re- Duke, Oklahoma, Thursday evening. moving with her parents to this place Particulars were not given, but it was eight or ten years ago. She is a young known that he had been in declining woman of attractive personality, pos- health for sometime. The deceased was about sixty-si- x sessing all the characteristics that go to years old. and was born and reared in make up a lovable character, a devoted, Campbellsville. When about twenty-seve- n amiable companion. years old he was married in this That they may live long, missing the place to Miss Mollie Atkins, who preiiard knocks that often come to the family, is tne wish of The Adair ceded him to the grave less than two County News, and also their numerous years ago. A few years after this union the deceased, became a citizen of friends. Columbia, residing here a number of years, carrying on an Undertaker's The February Woman's Home Comshop, and during his citizenship he panion. officiated at many funerals The February Woman's Home Com When about thirty-fiv- e years old he From information gathered from p'anion contains a remarkable short professed his faith in Christ, uniting farmers from all parts of Adair county story entitled "The Way," by Juliet with the Presbyterian Church, ColumWilbor Tompkins. It is a story that bia. Afterward he joined the Methodist unusually large corn and tobacco crops will be put out the coming season. has aroused' a tremendous discussion church in Alexandria, Ind. over the question as to how much of a The deceased is survived by two Quite a number of farmers who have sarcrifice one woman could or would children, Mr. Melvin Carson, who is not been growing tobacco will plant exhave the right to make for her friend connected with the '"Big Four" office tensively thisjyear. Many of them will who is in trouble. Louisville, and Mrs. J. F. Baugh, at set from ten to fifteen acres, and if the In the same number there are several whose home the deceased died. He also season is favorable an unusually large articles worthy of special comment. leaves one brother, Mr. Andrew Car- crop will be grown in Adair county. A large majority of the crops will be Bur-le-y One, entitled "The Open Market in son, who lives in Campbellsville. moveDes Moines", is a report of a The remains were brought to LouisThere will be more ground than usument in Iowa which has already reduc- ville and will be interred in Cave Hill al planted in corn. ed the cost of living in several cities to day, by the side of his companion. The snows were of great benefit to and towns of that state and seems to The son, daughter, brother and other the growing wheat crops, and it, is lookoffer a suggestion to many other com- - relatives have the sympathy of this ing fine. At this time it looks like the xmnities. It is an article of universal j town. farming class have bright prospects in interest and importance. Another view. We like to see the farmer valuable article in the February ComBirthday Dinner. prosper, as all other business depends panion is one entitled "The Girl With upon his success. A Voice," in which a professional opera singer gives a graphic account of the Miss Mary L. Bennet entertained long road that young women must trav- some of her friends at dinner, last WedDuring the months of January and el who seek a musical career. It is an nesday, in honor of her twenty first February we will send the Adair County article filled' with facts about actual birthday. Those present were: Misses News and the Daily Courier-Journacases. Other interesting articles in the Virgie Conover, Mary E. Willis, Nonie one year each for $4.00. The Daily number are. "The Little Princess", a Conover, Mesdames Tennie Dohoney Courier-Journsix months and the character sketch of the only daughter and Rose Price and Mr. Wyatt Conover Adair County News one year for S2.75. of the Emperor of Germany: "The Lost An excellent dinner was served, delight- The Daily Courier-Journathree Aphrodite of Knidos',; "Sweethearts ful music rendered and the day enjoy-abl- y months and the Adair County News one year for $2.00. Remember that this and Wives"; "The Hea-thBaby ".and spent. unprecedented offer is good only in the a sermon by Charles E. Jefferson, pastmonths of January and February. Now or of the Broadway Tabernacle iu New Get a Suit. is the time to subscribe. York City. This is Presidential year and every body should The dressmaking and housekeeping keep posted. departments are, as usual, filled with We are now showing our spring sam -j interesting facts and practical suggestions. Grace M. Gould, who conduct ples of mens suitings, from two of the Notice. the fashion department, contributes an best Tailoring establishments in Cinarticle this month entitled "What Men cinnati and Louisville. Our suits Are Wearing. To thb tax payers of Adair County are made to your measure, and the who own, or have listed in their name prices are from $15.00 up for full suits.. Miss Ruth C. Sherrill, who was a on which taxes for the year We've had 20 years experience in this real estate 1911 have not been paid, may expect to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Sherrill, both .deceased, and who in Kind of worR. We guarantee a fit and see same advertised to sell at the court their life time lived in Adair county, perfect satisfaction. house door in Columbia, Ky., on (Monday) March 4th 1912, at 1 o'clock p m. Russell & Co. near Milltown, was married to Mr. James M. Cloyd, a prosperous j'oung unless settled in a satisfactory way on farmer, who lives near Hatcher, TayThe January pay for the school or before said date. lor county, laat week. The bride's teachers is now in the hand of the If you have not settled this means mother, before her marriage, was Miss Superintendent. Miss Hindman wijl be "you," as 1 am. compelled to close up Susie Turk, of this place, a sister of absent from her office, attending a con- all outstanding taxes at once. A. D Patterson S. A. C. Mrs. Mary T. Harvey, vocation of the State Superintendents Bowling Green, from February 3rd at Allen Walker sold, last Friday, the to the 12 th. residence on the cross street, leading 'A Hero In A Lighthouse. from Gretnsburg street and occupied Mr Bob Reynolds, met with a very For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, by Mr. Junius Pickett and family, to painful accident last Monday afternoon. Mrs. Richardson, mother of Hugh He was assisting Mr. i C. Hindman in Mich., a civil war captain, as a lightRichardson, consideration, $1,250. getting out staves. Placing a wedge house keeper, averted awful wrecks Session will be given at once. Mr. in a piece of timber, he struck it a but a queer fact is, he might have been Pickett will rcmcvc to the Johnson hard blow and it flew up, striking him a wreck, himself, if Electric Bitters property, near the Fair Grounds. on the upper lip, cutting a severe gash. I had not prevented. "They cured me of He came to town and Dr C. M. Rus i kidney trouble and chills," he writes, sell dressed the wound. Rev. J. R. Crawford continuing his "after 1 had taken other so called cures "Talks on Genesis" will preach at the for years, without benefit and they Presbyterian Church next Sunday evenM. C. Winfrey and O. P. Willis, deping. The sermon will be illustrated by a uty sheriffs, arrested Leonard Wooten also improved my sight. Now at sevedyspepsia, aumber of Dore's famous Bible pictures. in tbe Sparksville country, last Wednes- nty, lam feeling fine-"Fthe morning hour Mr. Crawford will day night, charged with breaking into ! in3ifrjafinri nil ofrnmaf.li Ittrav. uuu L.;9 niu.wu.bjv.w.., ... w.w.....w., ....j At preach at theN Union Presbyterian the house of Dallas Firquin, He was ney troubles; they're without equal.Try. them. Only 50cts. at Paull Drug Co. Ohurchr locked up.' well-know- n w, -- In newspaper work the editor occasionally overlooks a timely and merited mention. In an article of last week, speaking of the closing of the meeting at the Presbyterian church, we failed to mention the delicrhtful music, the singing conducted by Miss Elizabeth Holladay and the playing by Miss Alice Walker, both of whom are very talented young ladies. Miss Holladay has a trained voice and as a leader and timekeeper she ranks with the best of singers, and her help during the services was highly appriciated, not only by the members of the Presbyterian Church and its pastor, but by all who attended. Miss Holladay was assisted by a choir of fine voices, and to them thanks are also due. As an organist, Miss Walker is not a tyro. She is skilled, sending out the notes in a most enchanting manner, and the beauty of her music is her cheerfulness in rendering it. human Mr. S. H. Mitcholl. who lives in the Miss Annie D. Johnston Passes suburbs of Columbia, one of the best Before Testimony Closed the Case known men in Adair county, is someOver the ftiver of Death at of Murray Bros. vs. L. C. Wiwhat of a prestigiator. A. few days ago he was in his wood-hoi.s- e Her Late Home. chopping nfrey, Adm. of Henry Todd's . stove wood with an ordinary chooDincr Estate Settled. ax, and he accidentally struck the blade of the ax in the top of his rfead, cutting THE FUNERAL LARGELY ATTENDED. a severe gash which was closed by Dr. R. Y. Hindman. A News man asked BEST FOR ALL PARTIES CONCERNED. Mr. Mitchell how it occurred, and he Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, the said it was a little piece of legerdemain subject of this writing succumbed to The suit of the Murray Brothres the inevitable and peacefully met her that he did not give out every day. against the administrator, L. C. Win- God . . frey, of the estate of the late Henry The deceased was a daughter of Mr. NO ELECTION. Todd, took rather an unusual turn last and Mrs. W. E. Johnston, who live in week. The trial was in progress, the the Milltown country, where tbe dewitnesses on both sides examined, ex- parted was born and reared Her life cept three for the defense, when a hand character was that of a most ex So Judge Carter Decides in the compromise was perfected, the admini- cellent young woman, and her death Breeding School Election strator paying the plaintiffs three hun- brought sorrow to many homes. She dred and fifty dollars and the cost of was thirty-nin- e years old, a victim of Contest. the suit. consumption n The Murray brothers sued for tweve The funeral services were held at hundred dollars, alleging that said sum Wednesday afternoon and the in- A GREAT DEAL OF INTEREST WAS MANIFESTED. was due them for boarding and caring terment was in the Tutt grave yard. for said Henry Todd and his horse for The deceased had been a member of eight or ten years before his death. the Christain Church since early girlLast year at the general school elec This was an unfortunate suit and hood and her religious life was manifesttion for trustees, A. K. Rupe and should not have gone to court, as all the ed in her daily walk. The funeral parties are closely related and money services were conducted, in the pres- J. W. Simpson were opposing candi would have been saved if the compro- ence of many relatives and friends, by dates in the Breeding precinct No. 24 On the face of the returns Simpson was mise had been brought about sooner. Eld. Z T.Williams. If there has been any bitter feelings Besides her parents, she leaves five elected; but Rupe claimed that he on account of the action, we hope they brothers, one sister and two uncles, (Simpson) received a number of illegal votes, and upon a fair count he (Rupe) have been dismissed, and that the close Messrs. J. R. and N. M. Tutt. should have been given the certificate. friendship that existed between all the The case went before the Countv parties will continue as it did before School Superintendent, Miss Pearl WORK OF THE the suit was brought Hindman, and from her it went to the circuit court, a great many depositions GRAND having been taken on both sides. The OUTLOOK FOR case came on for trial before Judee Carter last Thursday forenoon, and late FARMERS. After Being in Session Nine. Days Thursday night the depositions had all been read. Friday morning the lawyers Eighty Indictments Were argued the points, and just before noon Many Have Commenced Turning Returned, the Judge decided that there was no election. Corn Ground, Others Making This was a case where e very thing Preparations for ToTH LARGEST NUMBER FOR YEARS. went out and nothing came in. bacco We take it that another election will now be called, and more than likely The indictments returned are clas- Messrs. Rupe and Simpson will again YEOMAIVRY BUSY FOR NEXT THREE MONTHS. be candidates. sified as follows. Mill-tow- Smith, Jr., and Miss Lutie Barker, Married at the Bride's Home. WILL RESIDE AT LULA KENTUCKY. I I Last Thursday afternoon at I o'clock, Mr. Geo. A. Smith, Jr., son of Mr. G. A. Smith, this place, and Miss Lutie Barger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Por- -' ter Barger, were married at the home of the bride's parents by Rev D. H. Howerton, pastor of the Baptist church, this city. Attendants, Mr. G. W. Turner and Miss Helen Upton, Mr. Elmo Wilkerson and Miss May Upton. The couple left immediately for Russell Springs where they were entertained Thursday evening by Mrs. J. W. Kimble, sister of the groom. Mr. Smith is a fine citizen, a thrifty farmer and trader, and he and his bride will reside on a farm at Lula, Russell Pniintv. The bride is one of Adair county's best young women and she has a host of friends. Tbe News extends its best wishes. Russell County Loses an Aged Citizens. JIM. Mr J. E, Foley, who was 73 years, It 13 days old, died in Russell county on the 23rd inst. He was a very kind old gentleman and his death brought sorrow to many homes, as he was a friend to more than his own. He leaves a number of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and he was a father to them all. The funeraj services were largely attended. months and A Girl's Wild Midnight Ride. Intoxicating Beaverages Selling Liquor Weapons Beach of Peace Disturbing worship 'JS 12 j New Blacksmith Shop. Mr. D. j I 12 15 2 To warn people of a fearful forest fire in the Catskills a yr ung girl rode horse-bacat midnight and saved many lives. Her deed was glorious but live3 are often EaYed by Dr. King's New Discovery in curing June trouble. coughs and could, which might have ended in consumption or pneumonia. 'It cured me of a dreadful cough and k Trespass Petit Larceny Adultrv Assault & Battery Gaming Felonies Will ! J. Comer, has opened a bla shop back of the wholesale 3 l house and solicits work. He has 32 ' years experience and is a finished workman. He does shoeing and repairs 1 l buggies and wagons. All work guaran10 teed to give satisfaction. ck-smi- th Wellington Tex,, "after four in our family had died with consumption, and and I gained 87 pound." Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and 1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Paull 13-- It Drug Co. Open Soon. l, al l, the proprietors of the coming Parlor Circle show, returned from Cincinnati Friday morning whither he had gone in the interest of the show. He purchased a Standard machine, the best that is made, the nesessary number of chairs, piano, etc. In ten or fifteen days the outfit will arrive and a first-clapicture show will start. In last week's endar galery. paper we stated ythat the hall of enWilliam Scott, who stands indicted tertainment would be in the new Sinclair in the Adair Circuit Court, for whom building over W. H. Wilson's store. the Sheriff had a bench warren t, issued two years ago, walked into the coils Notice. last Friday week. He came to town about 3 o'clock in the morning to sewill offer for sale at my residence cure his marriage license. M. C. WinI near Columbia, Ky., on Feb. 20th, 1912, frey, deputy sheriff, went to the wedthe following to the highest and best ding and arrested him. He bonded for bidder. his appearance at next term of court. Four head of horses, two fine jacks, News-Journal- 's ss Mr. Ray Conover, who is one of The Gozder Printing Company, publishers of The News Journal. Campbellsville, complimented us with a very handsome calendar, the printing being the work of the job man in said office. It is artistic, showing at a glance that the printer knew his business when he marked off his design. It does credit to The job department, and with thanks we place it in our cal- Lige Burton sold his house and lot at Purdy to his bsother, J. B. Burton, and bought of Walker Bryant a half interest in the R. A. Hutchison farm, lying near Cane Valley. He will remove to the latter place early in February. keep posted during subscribe for the Daih; . Counea-Journa- l. The price of the C.J. is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your subscription to The News office, we will furnish the Daily Courier-Journand our paper one year each for $4.00. This offer is good during January and If you want to 1912, the year al February. For Sale. I have 40 acres of land for sale. Located 2i miles East of Columbia, Ky. Address. F. C. Brase. R. F. D. 1. Cairo, 111. tl-- 4t J I or I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, Mr. J. F. Triplett, has removed his which cost only 15 cents more than the undertaker's business from the room Two foreigners claiming to be fiom 5i bushel barrel which you buy else- over Geo. E. Wilsons store to upstairs t Sam Lewis. Jerusalem, were here last week solicit- where. apartments in the new Paull Drug ing money for an orphanage in their Co's., building. country. One of them, Nicholas There is nothing more disreputable claimed to he a minister. Thev than to take a naner thrp nr fnnr i After being in session twelve days took in the town and quite a number of years without paying, then have the circuit court closed last Saturday. It our citizens contributed. They could postmaster to notify the publisher that was the busiest term here since Judge ecarcely make their wants known. his paper is refused. If you are look Carter has been on the bench. About all they could tell was they want , ing for justice in the other pay I ed money. Dr. E. I. Alper is kept busy fitting cne printer. glasses and we think the people of this commnnity will do well to call on him John Robert Smith, of color, given a For Sale. while he is here. penitentiary sentence from one to five years, was conveyed to Frankfort Monday by Sheriff A. D. Patteson. Elrod & Co., have moved their place A completeaw mill outfite.ither size of business. They are now across the 35 boiler 23 engine, Giser or 25 boiler, For Sale Or Rent creek on Mr. J. T. Page's property. 20 engine Case, with night: saw rig. Misses Virginia Smith, Nellie Huff-ak- er Vill sell or rent my farm of 10 acres, Reasonable price, cash or trade. This and Kate Cooper took the common focated miles north of Montpelier machinery is new and as good as made. Write, wire or call on us. school deploma examination last week. Ky. Write or call on me. Wolford Bros. M. H. Murrah. Casey Creek. Ky. 91 in Montpelier, Ky. died near Mir Mrs. Duff Thomp-on- , ami, on the.22ud. of January. Obituary, Mrs. Chuff Sharp, who lived near will appear next week.- Camp Knox, Green county, died Mon- Tne nijoara of th.3 last grand jury day night of last week. She was about are to be commended for their work. Circuit Court closed last Saturday. sixty years eld. They were diligent from start to finish, The Judge was kept busy during the returning eighty indictments. The bulk entire term. John Robert Williams, of color, was of them were for breach of the peace McFar-lan-d, Born, to the wife arrested last Wednesday night, charged and selling liquor and other intoxicants, on the' 12th, a son. Rowena, but several are for grave offenses. with using brass knucks. He'bonded. 33-3Jon-antha- one mule., cattle and hogs. One piano and other property too tedious to mention. Sale begin at 10 a. m. Terms made known on day of sale. 12 2t S. H. Mitchell. SALT FOR SALE. n, w.-rld- of-Dud- ley r.& Ji ' a? - I V THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Put to the Test. but make your players take ery chance. The ev- D. Wakefield in Cincinnati En- - A company of young men, en- joying the pleasures of a - sum-.m- er man who quirer. flinches in a tight place has no In The Business World. room on your ball team. A will and they are out 2.000 very much pleased with the to build roads and consilence of Col. Roosevelt if he bridges and engage struct does not in tne end oecome a in other public work to be paid candidate. E Town news. for by the corihties is not original, but to divest these convicts of Going Back Home. their prison garb and permit them to work like free laborers In jioing back to Baltimore for at the rate of 50 cents per day Waters fcht test. nesdav nignt. While playing 'are setting better. the National Democratic ConvenA firm of grangers Wheat & 'One of the villagers declared for their hire met with some op"The Down IVI of Paris" they Althouh it looks as if America tion history repeats itself. If, hat he would see of what stuff position. It is proposed that one Hay. tramped down about two acres of ihad more to bej thankful for to- - in all the country, the party can this boastful youngster was half of the wages be paid to the day than any country ever had Luke's turnip patch. Hih Price for Oratory. be said to have ever had an abidmade. He dared him to go to a family of the convicts and the in all history. Live Stock World The Blind Man. who recently ing place that distinction must certain spot in the village ceme- other half to the state penitentiThe poolers of the Burley joined the Excelsior Fiddling be adjudged to Baltimore withAn Aid to Beauty. tery, and there repeat three ary found Extreame penalties Society have often asked lor a Band, complained that his turout competition, for, since the times the words:"Ye dead arise!" will de provided for any convict financial statement but got none. key came up missing the other who violates the trust, and he Camphor water applied to the first convention was held there in 3?he stranger agreed to go. In the case on trial before the nteht after the hand had been at nose with a soft cloth at intervals 1832 until 1860, with the solitary negro will have to serve the balance of Federal Court at Cincinnati, the An old his house practicing. his term and an extension thereto when the honwill reduce the pores of the skin. exception or g woman was in the habit of court ordered the books produced; r.o thU csm-terat nighc in confinement if he runs away according to he evidence adduced Ft Smith has gathered his corn Persons not susceptible to or fell to Cincinnati. Democratand lying down among the graves or commits any other crime at the trial, one man was paid a! crop raised this summer by his colds should try walking brisklv ic nommacions for President and to await , as she said, "the com- while on parole. Five 'hundred thousand dollars a month for wife in the vacant field near Bat in the rain witnout an umbrea Vice President were regularly made there. Even in 1860, when ing of the Lord " On this par men will be given the first trial making speeches, two got five Smith's moonshine still house on as a tonic' for the comp,exion. Musket Ridge. He thinks it wi'l the sessions opened at Charleston ticular night she had taken her and this number increased to hundred ench, and twenty lal portions of pure rice .i , make about fitteen gallons to the 2,000, with counties employing both wmgd adjourned to Baltic, j -- accustomed place. five got two hundred and fifty puwuci anu suiue ujie ui tne ia more alter the spht. In those The young stranger, led by the the men paying for their keep each per mouth This with the acre. vorite French face powders mak- earlier days convention managers -Esam and Isam the two twins a delicate and effectual filling villagers to the churchyard gate, but allowing them to work as big salary paid Lebus.Miss Lloyd for opened it, and stumbled along free labors and without guard or and an army of clerks and from the Calf Rib neighborhood, the powder box of the woman seem rarely to have looked elsewhere. 4inttl he came to the spot desig- manacles of any kind. The pun- stenographers, shows where were thro vn from a mule, Fri- - who cannot always afford the In Septemper. 1831, the nated. He stopped, and slowly ishment for any one violating the much of the money went that ,day morning and sustained a French brands. party gathered there in trust has been prescribed by a repeated: the growers should have received compound fracture. When they The. teeth should be brushed what is commonly regarded as vote of the convicts, which, the got out of the road Esam held '"Ye dead, arise!" for their tobacco. thoroughly with a reliable pow the first ot such national counthe mule while Isam cussed him. began the second time, Governor and prison board aplie der or paste in the morning and cils; Henry Ulay was named there ... The Round up. News. tiocKS nas an j lightly when, to his horror, came forth proves. after each meal and be oy the National Republicans in will probably the answer: When a girl won't read a nov- - nouritied Andrew Carnegie, in his testifore going to bed. December of the same year, The "Yes, massa, Fse . el, it's a sign her mother hasjqaic usfa tallmv candles for mony before the House Steel Whigs in 1844, ana 1856; the lumnating purposes and goto Political Co 'dilions. and, amid sighs and groans, the Trust Committee, declared Thurshpr to Constitutional Unionists in 1860, -using coal oil. since hearing that old darky raised herself from day that the day of competition . . .. Ynn can't molra nan fomnarori the Republicans in 1864 and the Rockfeller is no lontrer at the The Republican Dartv has i&he ground and looked around had passed because of the ability people by telling them so. head of the company. Some- - never been in so chaotic co n- - Democrats in 1S72 kepi up the "for the heavenly messenger. of manufacturers to fix and After gcing on awhile love how, Rockfeller and Wash never j dition since its organization The tradition. That was the last conSad was her disappointment at maintain prices He still adheres vention held in the East. 'line of division berweeu seeing no one. Still more sorrow lQ his opinion that the govem- - needs a heap of encouragement could get on speaking terms. the And so, when in leuiy June, While walking over a pile of stand-pelement and the insug-ho-t ml was the face ot that would ment control corporations and to heep in the race ashes tne other day at the Lnts is as distinctively dra.vn as the Democrats loregather m Balbe "conquering hero," as, half regulate prices. All of this sounds A man absolutely sure of all of timore to "point with pride "and dead with fright, he fled from very well, but the country print- his meals in the future could sorghum mill Ellick Hellwanger, between the Republican and the tj "view wuh legret" they will the cemetery, and joined his er, who is pitted in opposition never be doubttul about his con burned the bottom of his left Dimocratic parties. President foot very bad, and he fears the Taft is persona non grata to be at home. Louisville Times. companions at the science. against thegovernment, willhard-l- y deputy coroner will have to be every insurgent Republican in Xedger. agree with, him as it has al- The Gatun dam at Panma is called in to amputate one of his the country and WalKing for Nerves! if he is nomimost destroyed the profit he de twenty times thicker than Some Base Ball Don'ts. it is toes, f this is done Ellick wii nated Woodruw Wilson or some rived from the sale of envelopes, high, being about a half mile have only four toes left on that other pronounced progressive The nerves suffer from waut of .Don't trade a man you have no being enabled to put the price so through at the base Moreover, foot. From Hogwallow Democrat there will be enough pure oxygen, they run like a use for. The time will come low that it almost drives that its crest is 115 feet above sea insuregent Rebublicans and In network all through the bkm when that man may fill in. class, of business away from the level. dependent vote for Wilson to and wneii they are overwrought Don't kick needlessly, but small printing houses, which deThe Country's Condilion. 'overwhelm Taft in the Electoral the skin is apt to be 'don't let any one impose on you. pend greatly on the commercial The woman's clubof Constantinodo aim colCollege. One other standpat orless. Walking is an excellent ple comprises in its membership The wealth of the country is it doesn't do any harm to let the work for their sustenance. Repub.ican in- the Nation could tonic lor Ger- increasing, steadily and American, English, French, the nerves. It gives "Other fellows see that you arei surely, unite the Republican party and t.iem strength to control them-- e man, Bulgarian Russian, Armen- because the people are engaged every move. Joe Blackburn's Predictions. give it a chance to win th Presi ian, Greek, andTurkishwomen. vts. in productive work, but there '.Don't give any room to trouble dency and that man is .Theodore Black-troub-- makers. Malcontents make! Former Senator J. C. S. The armies of Europe used to will be no season of expansion Roosevelt. If Roosevelt wants or If one .has means of leisure, tneie are plenty oi oihei more for managers and owner burn wa3 nuch ratified over rely on the omnibus companies through new enterprises until will even accept the nomination the seIection of Baltimore by the as a means of supDlying a enjoyao.e execisb. .but lew .and rain a ball team. sudden three questions are settled. he can have it. But di.es he want Democratic National Convention. lornia sue &u beUfcliciai as the reform through JJont turn a player down tooj Nearly two years ago Senator demand for horses, but this can it or will he have ii? His friend., tegular uaiij jaunt ui iuur ur hv j no longer be reckoned on, as the inauguration of the National speaking for him, indicate 'miickly. Give him a chance to that miles Blackburn, m a speech at lor ooiaming a good autobuses arerapdly supplanting Reserve Association, which will under no circumstances will he and show what he has in ' predictions. One horse-draw- n more, made two make panics impossible. This is stages. be a candiate and they even go was that Governor Judson Harget discouraged over one mon 0j: Ohio, would be norm- - The automobile plow has ar- simply a plan of JDtHi't so far as to say that if he weiv Home iti a harem at rest bu a among the bankers of the coun Mistakes are often the nated fav nominated he would decline the man alter a narl cUof work. Wake Democrats for rived you sit on a cushion try with the approval of our valuable experience a most and the other was with a steering gear inv your Uncle Sam, says Elbert Hubbard, nomination. Roosevelt himself is Mother, you may bt tired itUer .reger can get. as dumb as an oyster, while it a tnafc tne rj)emocrats would make hands and down underneath the truig day wuh .tft children, Second A cessation of tariff is generally accepted that he is out remember that otrsers any nmpire debating. their nomination in the city of machine the blades of a plow are Don't do have tinkering. opposed to Taft'srenomination. most successful teams are,Baltimore 0ne of the former fixed. By this device twelve acres Third A plain 'The trying days too. Fattier has Ueen statement by His present attitude, if iie will in the office all day pouring over ni- -, of land can be plowed in a day, the government to hose that keep off the Senator's forecasts his worked the business pices. out all right. A very absorbing and life is made easy for the men of the nation as to the atti- - not become a candidate.is help ouaineas perplexities or titmucial ling Taft as it is preventing tl e prooiems. out. now he locks vDon't let the players run the question, and one that citizens farmer. the tude'of the government toward -to the i'resldet lrim office doors witn a sign or reLei yourself, and let,0f a great many states would club. Run it J. P. Morgan has presented to the natural expansion and ' concentrating on some other cai -- ne tnmka of his loved ones an-men know that you are in iike to know, is whether the Sen the Mount Vernon Ladies Asso- sion of business. the decommand. turns his lace towardo the rett ator's other prediction will be ciation of Washington, George When these three things are didate, If Roosevelt doe3 not unreasonable, but ;f equally as accurate. It would Washington's umbrella. Lewis settled there will be such an in- clare, in terms so thathe can not and peace of home. Don't meet Don't be stand for indifference. A pear however, at the stage of P. Bell, of New York, gave to crease in business as this country be misunderstood, that he will him at the door with a look on .player muse give the best there the game that Governor Harmon the association a pair of brass has never seen before. not be a candidete and will not your face that would stop an jtisijn. him to the club. The own- - has a harder task ahead of him fire dogs presented to Gen. Back of us we have the wealth, accept the nomination, he will be eight day clock. Greet him with - in fulfilling Senator Blackburn's Washington by Gen. Lafayette, it and the fans exof bringing a smile, make him feel that home we have the credit, we have the the meavs him-seprediction than Baltimore had in with a piece of Mrs. Washing- willing hands and the restless. j)ectit. about Taft's nomination. His is the sweetest and most restful encourage rough work; capturing the convention-John ton's wedding gown. Moreover, the methods of dis- - silence is helping Taft now and place on earth. Don-'- trip, chanced to stop- for a view days at the village of E . The men of the village, eager to hear something from the outside world, gathered, in the evening, at that one oasis in a country village the public tavern. The young men told them of their many journeys both by Jand and by sea, till finally the conversation returned upon ghost 'One of the strangers, who, according to his own account, had put to flight more ghosts than all the rest combined, seeing some of the party smile as if they did not believe all that he said, dared anv one to put his bravery to tributionare such now that every the longer he keeps silent the one will share in the increased more it will help him, The Poke Eazly got a letter yester- prosperity, provided he gets busy. Republicans do not want Taft day It found him well. The fellow who sits back and for the reason that they regard HogWallow Happenings. New Wrinkle In Texas. The honor plan for working state convicts to be inaugurated in Texas is an idea of Governor Colquitt, who was delighted to find many veteran students of criminology "agreeing with h im that it will prove a success. The hiring con-vit- cs Tobe Moseley says they have growls will be just where he alpatented wheat threshers and ways was. The poor devil we alnewfangled churns but that all ways have with us. A skinflint firm Ketchum & writing still has to be done by Building will be done as never Cheatam. hand, before. Already prices of real es A greedy firm Nabb & Crab. The Wild Onion school- - .eacher tate are anticipating this increasA grouchy firm A. Grabbe & was presented with a sack of ed building of homes, and the Bro. sausage by one oe the pupils time is at hand. d We have capital, labor, enterA firm Flynt & while he was hearing the gramSteele. prise, and these three things mar class Friday morning. The Gimlet Creek widder, we which Thomas Henry Buckle, in A petulent firm Bull. Kohn & Co. understand, has changed her his " History of Civilization." mind ahoun marrying Luke says are requisite to national A plausible firm O. Shaw A strong firm Lyon & Bear. Mathewla; and is cleaning the The general health of the bushes off of the grave of"her An astute firm Keene & people is revealed in the lowest last husband. Sharpe. The Excelsior Fiddling Band average death rate ever sh nvn A namby-pamb- y firm Milk & serenaded Luke Mathewsla Wed- - Things are not ideal, but they A murderous Slay. firm Kutt & his adminestration a failure, They do want Roosevelt. If he does not want the nomination he is playing the dog-i- n the manger act and preventing his party from uniting on some man who will have a fair chance of election-nex- t hard-hearte- November. The Democrats generally are hopeful that Taft un-foldm- I J ! naif-dement- ed 18-5- 6, go-in- i-- anti-Alas'jn- ic E-to- j -- vva-smngco- ed " ; j i " j at gate.-Chicag- o i Ken-tuckia- n. i i -- - -- ! le j ' First-Financ- ial ,i -- I Balti-devel- op bum-piexio- n, i : man-pres.den- t) , i ap-don- Jt I j ers-deman- j d lf . t ,y .."ft A i" s tov" "a I:-- ' ..t' -- - - w..w JA ZU, .J. JS ., -- a --4 - - ii. .iVK (,OUN l Y WV5 WE MISS. J inaaiiiuaaaaiUiUuuuuuui uuuuiiuiiuu&ihiuuuin! TIMELY HINTS FOB yilQRQFTHEDAY SEPULCHERS OF WAX. POEMS Epics of the Great Events In Our National History. FHP-i- F We have many volumes of commemUsurpers. Sidewalk oration odes of quite respectable liter "Say." writes a correspondent, "you ary quality, hut we look in vain for an have been very glib with your deepic of the war of the Revolution, To Prevent Potatoes Sprouting. nunciation of automobile and street which might (ill each one of us with publication gives a new car nuisances. Pray lend an attentive A German the heroic spirit and bind us all in method for keeping potatoes from ear to the plaint of a plain pedestrian. that living union of great hearted hu"My pet growl is anent the human sprouting, which consists in placing mility which Is the supreme national pride. We look in vain for an epic them on a layer of coke. Dr. Schiller porkers who usurp the sidewalk and on the great civil war. with one of the of Brunswick, who has published the crowd decent law ahUVrs into the gutter. Sometimes you are elboweu greatest of all life's soldiers as its method, is of the opinion that the im-s hero, nor do we tind Immortalized In proved ventilation by means of roke off by a trio who. instead of breaking com Aenpids those wonderful expeditions is not alone responsible for the result, away to their own side of the across this continent the travels of ' but believes that it is due to the oxi- mon path, take the middle, and so which, however, is give you no alternative save to step dation of the coke, Lewis and Clark, the settlement of from the curb or batter ahead with a very slow one. Coke always conthi cluing up of the s -s Alaska, the reclamation tit the deserts tains sulphur, and it is very possible out regard to consequences. "Sometimes it's only a selfish pair-usuthat the minute quantities of oxides of and the founding of Texas. How other- - 13; a man and a woman who wise than through poetry are our chil- carbon and sulphur which result from mixing with the air and come down the middle and take it for 3 dree to possess the beauty and the the oxidation, glory and the spiritual grandeur of the penetrating among the potatoes, are granted 3011 will break away and !e' saga ligures who founded this marvelthe procession go by. a thing whkh sufficient greatly to retaxl sprouting. ous union of states, of those heroes r? Which he is Potatoes so treated are said to keep in you usually do rather than make a I uiy. good condition until the following. who "highly resolved" and so highly ' disturbance. evening I plucked up achie"ed? It is true Walt Whitman "But the other courage, and when a big fellow wi'th chanted the song of democracy, but The Ideal Horse Ghae. 50 carried over one Third off. his chant is a magnificent prophecy of The ideal shoe is one which is light, two gum chewing girls tramped dowi an ilcul it Is an exhortation, not a consistent with a month's wear. This the walk I held my ground and verj will keep the foo level instead, as Is neatly put my shoulder into the fel poetic manifestation. The spirit that 15 lbs for one dollar the case with a heavy shoe and heels, low just as he jostled me. lie whir'ed strove and is striving toward a realiza- - j of nutting the rreater pressure ou the around Instantly and yelled, 'Where tion of this democracy is best caught Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 toe. Very careful examination and al- - are you goin x, you shrimp?' when exeinpliHed in the lives and STRAIT OF MAGELLAN. Best per bbi culation have proved that if a four 4.75 deeds of the men who lived and fought. "1 have no laleut in profanity, am pound shoe is used, as is sometimes no doubt I didn't do the situation jur. Placs Names That Dot It 3r:athe of who conquered and died lighting, mov- Second 4.25 ed by this spirit. This is the creative the ease, on heavy horses, a hoise in tice. All ! could say was: Tm tryin, Its Tragedies. an ordinary day's work lifts Hfiy-twwork of the poet we await. Temple j manners, you case to teach you a little The history of the toil of the strait of Lard and to both tons on each foot, or SOS tons in all. of rancid lard! And in about one Magellan began when the tirst primi acuu iu r uruui. more than is necessary. This, of minute more I'll have a ring in your canoe capsined and fatally spilled give wire and wire course, involves a needless oxienditure m)se and trot you around to the stock tive CITIES HARD TO KILL. its dark skinned Amerinds into the icy energy and more feed yards I of muscular i waters fence of this southern archipelago. Lowest Prices. needed to keep the animal in proper "Say. he wilted down like a cabbage The lirst white man's toll was paid on ' What Rome. Paris. Constantinople and condition, so that with a lighter shoe leaf and passed by without a murmur. you to me before buying. London Have Suffered. his maiden passage through the strait the owner would not only relieve the "And now do what you can toward by the man whose name the strait now It is a difficult thin? to 1:111 a city. Ten carloads of horse, but lessen his grain bill. Amerabating this sidewalk nuisance, won't bears, and the price exacted was one and there are some well known places ' ican Cultivator. ' you?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. of the flower of his fleet and the deser- that have so much vitality that they prices defy and tion of others, which turned tail for will survive any number of disasters, i Selection of tha Ram. She Did Wisely. Buy home before the bitter blasts from the Take IJome as a tirst example. So will give You Selection of a sire Is of the greatest i "I can't. I can't. I can't!" he groaned. western unknown. importance iu the breeding of a profitfrom me and you will "Can you not?" she said sympathetiSince that long ."00 years ago these swept by pestilence. She has been able sheep flock. Here is where we cally. The cirl loved him. wild and forbiddiug regions have ex- burned twice and starved out on six j you bought. know look for the improvement of our flock, "No," he cried. "I have a past, and acted their heavy toll of life and occasions. Seven times she has heen care rests on it is only fair that you should know. property from every maritime nation besieged or bombarded. But she still and therefore the jrrentest the selection. W. A. McKcrrow. I would marry no girl on false pre- of the globe which has sought to use flourishes. Perhaps that is why she tenses. She might And it out after- these "ends of the earth" as a highis called the Eternal City. i he Guinea Hen. ward. 1 have a past." way. The very names given by explorParis has had eight sieges, ten famGuineas are prolific egg producers "Reveal it." she cried softly. "I ers to these parts are a clew to its his- ines, two plagues and one tire which and do not require a great deal of at could forgive you anything." For the tory and character Mount Darwin. devastated it. We make no reference tention when kept on the farm. They ; girl loved him. Beagle channel. Mount Sarmiento. to the number of revolutions, as they Bone reliable like liberty and do not bear confine- "I told you that I left my home town Desolation island. Thieves bay. Port are too numerous to mention. But ment well. For best results guineas i lf, SOfa- - iv fortune." he said hoarsely Famine, Mount Misery. Dnfit bay. Last .Paris still flourishes. you moneys And you should have plenty of range. Hope inlet, in many cases spelling trag"That is not true. I had to flee it Constantinople has been burned out "One day about G o'clock, it iwas. edy in its worst forms. Outing. nine times and has suffered from four you Also, me well I romember the time a fellow plagues and live sieges. (There are WHEN THE SOIL townsman passed me with his little Cement. Stevenson's Name. Lime some people who think that many of No modern writer is better known the sultans have been as bad for the boy. Suddenly the child fell, slipped, by his initials than Hubert" Louis Stestumbled to the street. city as any pestilence: And yet she crop of Ijwill buy all REQUIRES "Ah. 1 see it is sou down!" 1 remark- venson, but "11. L. S." was arrived at goes on. Ste pay cash for it, now 5c ed, gazing up at the sky. after considerable experiment. Lastly there is the English metropo heard me: the venson's baptismal names were Robert uS- - London began as a kind of mound "A number of citizens per bushel more esle. news snreau. ana wen. to mate a Lewis Balfour, and the third name in SWamn. in her early history she 'town got too caused the difficulty. Until he was was saei;Pi, burned aud all her inhab-abou- t &y a j short story sho'rter. the NBB'IJ BBS! QBtSrillined fifteen he signed himself "It. itauts butchered. She has been Can you forgive me hot for me ARE YOU WITH After that he occasional-- 1 mate( by plague five times, exclusive that?" Few Experiments. Shuddering, the girl shrank away ly used Stevenson. "R. L. B." In 1S15S of typhus, cholera and such maladies, from him. Her lips moved, but the he asked his mother to address him as gno uas been more or less burned sevr power of speech had deserted her. "Robert Lewis." but a year or two en times, She is thriving in spite of There is only one sure way of de- - , gadly be Tcachca for Ws hat Phila later, as he expressed it in a letter to all. termiuing wuetner a sou hocus iiuji;. delpbia Times. Mr. Baxter, "after several years of and that is by trial. An application Yet He Loved the Sea. feeble and ineffectual endeavor with of lime over a whole field would be a regard to my third initial a thing I is said that Bryan Waller ProcA Divine's Choice. It waste of both time and money if the ter, known as Barry Cornwall, who A celebrated Scottish divine, lately loathe)," he Anally abandoned it alto field were not in need of such an applideceased, who had been ailing for some gether. Stevenson when about eightwrote the well known poem It is suggested that the farmer time, decided to consult Sir Thomas een changed the spelling of his second TA cation. ej J Ci H I'm on the seal I'm on the sea! I am where I would ever bo! who has not already proved for hima careful examination name from "Lewis" to "Louis." but Fraser. After ES&irf self whether his soils need lime would Sir Thomas pronounced his verdict and Lewis he remained at all times in the was 'the very worst of sailors. When we read that he was so seasick that better conduct a few simple experi- added. "You must go to Algiers or mouth of his family and friends. (GREENSBURG, KY. ments at different points oil his farm. he could scarcely bear the sound of a some winter resort ou the Riviera." A few barrels ot lime, or a lew ion "Impossible!" said the ecclesiastic. human voice it becomes apparent that Origin of the Moss Rose origin of the moss rose his wife's conduct during his affliction of limestone would not cost a great "I have too much work to get through." The reputed deal, and tb labor of treating a strip "Well." said Sir Thomas, "you must according to the Persian legend, is so could scarcely have been reassuring. with lime or ground limestone here make your choice. It Is -- ah either prettv a tale that it will have a ro- - As he lav on the deck of a channel and there across different fields in i Algiers or ah heaven." mantic interest for all who love that boat, covered with shawls ana a tar-ol- d patient, with a were to be grown or so which crops "Dear me!" said the world and delightful member of paulin. she had the pleasing habit of small area here and there at j ssu "Then I suppose it must be treat a -the great rose family. It appears that humming a strain of his jovial so: week, next month, next yeaiv ... Honey Bread. s points in the fields in which giers. University of Edinburgh in the long ago the angel whose task song. The poet who loved the sea. out The merchant should never j have to be grown would involve dent. it was to tend the flowers, weanea loved it uest at a distance. In Europe where tho food lose sighf. of the secondary ob- with his labors, fell asleep beneath a little life just then, but what force no but a small amount of labor. mese Taking a Chance. itnlnn nf Vtnnair aaarrta frn Vo milcn rosebush and on waking, refreshed had was used in the entreaty: areas should be very carefully locatEach marked, and the results of ' Kind Old Lady Well, my boy. what with its perfume and the shade it had "Don't. my dear! Oh. don't!" ed and hertpr understood than in the 3ect of his advertising:, applications should be carefully is the matter? it ask for any boon , Yet no doubt he loved the sea. the afforded him, bade Boy Muvver sent me for tuppence it wished. "(Jive us." said the roses, i United States, enormous quanti- - dav's ad must be a substantia studied on the succeeding crops. It is his-seeOrigin of Panic. possible that the effects, good or bad, worth o' soap, an' I've lost the tup- "some further charm." and the angel, used. Of late years we addition to the foundation of pence. moved with the times ties are No word has mav be easily apparent. It is possible Old Lady Well, never mind. on which he had been lying a'nd en- - more than "nanic." Long ago in an- to be waking to a realra- - store's reputation, that the cfrects can be discovered only j Kind twopence in- you j s for you. How did The cumulative effect vof daily -wnh it. telling cient Greece it was a mild fear veiopcd the by carefully cutting and weighing the Here's ' lose It? anu sounu:. tion of the value of honey, as a pmns from portions of the treated areas timm thnt tiiic won mvorlnff. beinz snired by mysterious sights Boy Playing pitch aud toss. Every the emblem of modesty and humility, j among the mountains and valleys .by wholesome and delicious article advertising is to make such an nd comparing them with the crops j body's Weekly. impression upon every newspa-servativ- e ivnniri mnkP tln moss 'rose the fairest night, which were attributed to the produced upon equal adjacent areas. by no of food, and also as to its pre- ma- of its species and its queen for all time. lod Pau. Nowadays it has a on Lime should not be applied to the Again Postponed. j -means supernatural signiticance iir,-'- n Milou nnr to tho litter in the barn. qualities. Cakes and Per reader tbat if he does n0 Pall Mall Gazette. was the several Shem. having been rebuffed stock exchange "Panic fear" want anv ot the advertised ar Lime should not be applied to land times, had become decidedly impa- original expression, and in shortening sweet breads made with sugar Queen Elizabeth's Jester. . Mn- - nrnnnred for notatoes.-Mic- hitient. Pace, jester to Queen Elizabeth, was it to "pai.ic we have nil really been soon become dry and crumbly, tides immediately, he will even--an- d gan Experiment Station. "Father," he said, "why undei tin. j so bUter in nls retorts on her that he as slipped as the small boy who calls t to get the good of them tua,1y be inade to want them,ani-mussua can't we leave the ark now .' was once forbidden her presence. his "omic paper" a "comic." Shaftes Poultry Points. water has subsided!" Aftor hp hnrt linen absent for some bury "JttO j ear ago wouiu uave ui be eaten when fresh; butjwiUhave his ml"nd made up 'in If the hens take to the trees at night ""Wet grounds," laconically answe-- - time a few of his friends entreated her j the word for any contagious feeling ..f ivi4UStifv ic ifl'nnn' tt It'll .. advance as to where he had bet-ho-ney iv , a i.u buujiiU.u """ cd xoah.-Chic- ago Tribune, majesty to receive him back into favor, that seized upon masses OL UiUll- where, they are made up with j free their :uuse. Keep it clean and engaging for him that he would be "There are many Pannlcks in Manfrom mites and they will be satisfied they seem to retain their ,ter buy them. Aggressive. guarded in future. On his return. kind besides merely that of Fear. And more . with it. r rame your auveruaui& wuu a. "These men." said Mrs. ?, thus is Religion also Pa nnick." Lon- hioist freshness indefinitely. jn however. Pace was as bad as ever. Bettc--: get that pure bred cock for Gurnm, "are becoming very assertive to instant results, but count "Come on. Pace," said the queen in don Mail. next year's lise soon. It will cost more and aggressive. France honey bread a year or, view a KraCjoUs humor "Now we shall hear next spring. an extra dividend "Yes," replied .Mrs. Baring Bauuers. Elastic Time Table. f , ,. eighteen months old is preferred j confidently on The feet are a pretty good guide to "something must ue uone to cuecu f In its early days railway traveling said Pace. ''1 never "No. madam age of fowl. Spurs belong to 61d birds them. The first thing we know they They say, "It 'in the shape of future by all the was a much less formal affair than to that just made. usually, bon't keep birds with scaly will be wearing the divided sklrts."-Chica- go talk of what is discussed now. One night, back 'in the sixties, has ripened," It is the pre world!" legs or those that have been sick dur-InSI0O Per Plate. Record, the gifard of the last train leaving ihe season. .If they are well now' -j Banff was reminded by an Irate pas- servative, or rather the unchangThe Planel Mercury. liet rid of them, for they are not likely j Applied Science-to the sun that senger that it was some minutes past ing quality of honey that makes Mercury is so close io be more profitable in the future. vas pa;a at a banaea.tb. Senry cia starting time. "Oh. aye." replied First Youth Scientists say that trees Unless we give the hen good care rontrlbute to the heat of the atmos- it at times receives nine times the the amount of heat received by the earth. the man. "but Meester F. has a dinner it SO popular with the best con- - tin New Orleans m 1S&: Mighty costly now we cannot expect her to have any phere. It would be much too hot on Mercury party the nicht. and I'm jist gehf him fectioners Christian Herald. for those with stomach- trouble or in- regard for our grocery bill nest winter. Second Youth That's so. A birch to permit life at all similar to what two or three meenits' preevilege." costs something i digestion. Her new winter suit """ To day .people every where me many a time. Stray we have on our own plauet. and there London Chronicle. as well as our own. and. like others has wanned Htories. use Dr. King's New Life Pills for thesa1 has never been any discussion regardof her sex. she cannot disport herself Meaning Of Advertising. His Half. ing the habitabillty of Mercury. itroubles a3 well as Uver kidney creditably unless well dressed. Awful Moment. A wife after the divorce "said to her bowel disorders. Easyj snf ensure "That man eating lion glared at you 'lusbaud: A Careful Clerk. The Dairy Covr. you shot him?" you have the The primary object ot the j 0niy 2o cts at Paull Drug Co. sausage Just before r'l am willing to let "Why didn't you praise The dairy cow is a necessity if you "Intently." replied the scientist. "He more?" demanded the' grocer. "That baby half of the time." merchant who advertises in to expect to build up your farm and re- appeared as if he were looking me over "Oood!" said he. rubbing, bis hands. sausage is all right" duce the home expenses. She contrib- for a pure food label." Washington day's newspaper, says the Phil - signs of an ancient race have-- , Splendid !" "It doesn't pay to praise ,sausage too utes the best articles of food the cheap- Star. may have "Yes." she resumed. "you highly." retorted the new clerk. "It adelphia Record, is to sell the been discovered on an island in est and affords gratis the best fertilizhim nights." might wag its tail." Washington Herbeef ing material known. Unlike the Watson, the Needle! goods that are now on his shelves c, a skeleton with steer, the dairy cow does not have to SheMiss Hawty's dimple is awfully ald. Ho Objected. The secondary necklace of human teeth being-- ' be slaughtered to produce food, but so deep, isn't it? Loolis like a gimlet hole. Money is a bottohiless sea in which Clergyman Elmer, wouldn't you like and counters. long as she is properly cared for sho He Perhaps that's what "gives her honor, conscience land truth may be to be a minister when you grow up? object is to sell the goods that 0ne of the finds. It was doubt- Boston drowned. Kozlay. gives food products, valuable offspring such a bOTed expression. Small Elmer J?o, sir; I don't believe come into his store next iess.that of a prehistoric- dentist Transcript, end fertilizer. .n workins'O "Sunday. Chicago News. will 1 ally Tombs That B:es Sometimes Erect In Thoir Hives. Bees have a very ingenious and sanitary way of disposing of a mouse or a slug that may happen, by accident or design, to .find its way into their hive. When the intruder is killed the problem arises how to deal with the body. If it is impossible to expel or dismem her It they will proceed methodically to Inclose it in a veritable sepulcher of wax. In one of his hivps a beekeeper dis- covered three such tombs side by side, erected with party walls like the cell of the comb, so that no wax should be wasted. Tfcre tombs the prudent "sextons" had raised over the remains of rhre? snails that a child had introduced into the hivp. As a rule, wheu dealing with snails, bees will be con- tent to seal up with wax the opening of the shell. But in this case the shells were more or less cracked and broken, and they had considered it simpler, therefore, to bury the entire snail. They had further contrived, in order that traffic might uot be impeded in the entrance hall of the hive, a number of galleries exactly proportionate, uot to their girth, hut to that of the male bees, which are almost twice as large as the workers. London Standard. i The great Greeji River Merchandise Distributor, has just Received a f forty-niner- s' ! j ! Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth;3 ing, Shoes &c. offering g at Popular prices, g Suits at Sugar Pure : Pattent Flour Pat. s j j ; o ! J I ! ! Flour Satisfaction, Guaranteed at It wil!jay consult j the best Fertilizers competition satisfaction. , j j at that' that your Fertilizer always what Have a FulS Stock o l Fertilizers they are get worth. Write what want. Salt, u; and your am wheatand paying than anyone AE? -- Satisfaction Guaranteed. J i I mmnHwmmfflwinmminmmffimmHimtmmp.tmnR' i nt ! i Stu-erop- , i "" j m flOV,-er- ', , , I I ' 1 1 j lii-.-- - I I result cr . - tbt . mid-Pacifi- a - r THE ADAIR. COUNT THE ADAIR . KEWS COUtiTY NEWS first class certificate. Published Every Wednesday BY THE In this system something be- Adair County NeWS Company. C Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. in- terest of the City of Columbia and the people Adair and ad jaccnt countisb. Entered at the Columbia class mail Post-offlco.as Democratic newspaper devoted to the sec-n- d WED. JAN., 31. 19P . i TfiF PUBLIC SCHOOLS. lu r ii & Chairman Lawrence B. Finn, & Kentucky Railroad Comof the mission, who is also Chairman of m ,f&& Vi the Executive Committee of the National Association, called a rMjH meeting to be held last Thursday educational campaigns and the sre tne original, the genuine, ana the best CHILLED m "papers have had a great deal to PLOWS in the woilJ. They arc made bc"cr. they wear in the Seelbach Hotel, of Comlonger, do belter work and mors cf it WITH LIGHTER say about the improvements of missioners to protest against the DRAFT, than any ether plows mid:. the public schools, but up to this Uscra of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS doGoi President appointing Judge to be noth i writing, there seems ii i.rtt,v.c. u,o A;nnhesitate to leccnurccnd'therij ia the Hghcai inm. t mg doing. JNow, 1 have tor rvr i i i.trni. imrt iiuiiiuil: 'hi rL" Hook, of Kansas, to the Supreme .. They :peak from faith bora of experience. several years been advocating a class certificates should all rebench, to succeed the late Judge strict compulsory school law, that Ceive first-clas- s pay for their ser-wi-ll compel the parents and' . John M. Harlan. Hook, it is guardians to send their children , vlces and likewise with second said, is inimical to the interests tn the pnblic schools but I don't and third. We can best reach &$&&&& ,mfrm 'W WWWW' hear of any body talking the th children through our teacher, of Railroad Commissioners. thing up. We must maoufact- ure a pnblic sentiment, and have is our opinion, and to do this The County Unit Bill passed people talk it up, and keepagita- - something must be required of ter, Miss Bessie, visited friends the Senate and the Governor . ting it until we compel them to and relatives here last week. take notice along these lines. the teacher. There is not a will sign the bill. What savs the Adair County business man or firm any where Mrs. Annie Cundiff and sister, "Wpws? Trip 'Mpvvs hflts nlwnvs ,, i i a Keep mS emPIoyee s Senator Bradiy has introduced Miss Myra Todd, were here be&i foremost in all good enter-jwn- o Vs under similar condition that Ken- - a bill in the Senate, demanding ping .a few hours Wednesday that have come up but An - tollfrom foreign ships passing afternoon. ST state is paying more than $1200. ofcner stimulating move to get through the Panama Canal. Mr. B. M. Callison, sold to Mr. and the News is silent on the the three thousand in school Henry.Callison to hogs for $31.29. Would you rather have one pair of Good Glasses for $5l00 and wear subject, so far as I have been would be what we call an edu. The Fourth Congressional dis at j them with satisfaction, than five pair at $ .00 that would likely injure your eyes? Ti: a Die to see. cational ballot." A requirement trict of the State of Oklahoma We do not believe in a com i ' Fonzo Hancock, left Monday for Reason it out with yourself and decide which is the cheapest in the long run. .u; i: m My Glasses are not all $5.00, many are less and some are more, the pulsory school law because, jn jtxiuut; LUia mic vYuumniccu ocxen inqorsea president Talc lor re Bowling Green, where they will lous opposition for a while, but it nomination by a vote of 118 to 32 price depends upon the condition of your eyes, but all are worth more than the our judgment, it is wrong in enter school. They wer,e accom-paine- d would prove its worth in a few amount you pay, considering the service rendered and the benefit you gain. sucprinciple andtfcould not be by Dr. N. M. Hancock. I will remain one more week with S. N. Hancock, at J. N. Page's Drug years to the cause of education as cessfully enforced. The force Miss Ada Fesse, after an ex- Store. good government. system in every instance per- well as to tended visit to Corbin, returned I. taining to the liberties of the to her home one day last week. -WHAT BILL MEANS. people, is confronted with sturdy If you have eye trouble of any kind or if you suffer with headache it will Mrs. Sallie Callison, who has New pay you to call. . resistance. An appeal to reason been sick for the last week is imThe County Unit Bill, passed rfcpWnf npranasinn is thJ. proving. i hear. with an order book. method in which we believe, and j by the Senate, provides that at It makes a fellow feel Dictionary Misses Ada Fesse and Mattie intervals of three years 25 per e the one, if judiciously per-- ', will change like be is nearing Heaven's por- The Callison, were visiting Mrs. of the qualified voters of THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? sued, will bring to our schools !cent" hand at Esto in a few days, tals. Horace Massie several days of county-m- ay peti- the unit-- the new ceea. Because J ' ninety per cent, of the ab. and our old frienJ J. V. Lapsley Papa's health has improved TION, covering every last week. tlon tne Uountv Jud2e tor an field of the world's thought, sentees. It is our judgment will move his goods down to his wonderfully since he started on action and culture. Tiie only election, at which the sense of new unabridged dictionary in rtaf offor.Mw .nnoni.: wiii new store house on his farm. We this trip. many years. Roes X Roads. the voters of the unit may be We are in the most southern be made under our present comhate to give J. V. up but the best defines over 400,000 Because Words; more than ever county of Tennessee, but" the mon school system. So long taken as to whether or not there before appeared between two There is a little boy at Oliver of friends mus; part. covers. 2700 Pages. 6000 Ilshall be sold in the unit intoxas teachers are permitted to McElroy, mother and baby doing lustrations. John Turner, made a business weather has been very cold for icating liquors. It requires a draw money on absentees, and ne on' dictionary Because trip to Gooden's X Roads, this only a few days at a time. The well. with tho new divided legal voters in changes are sudden. page. A "Stroke of Genius." children that never enter their majority of the Loren Miller bought theDabney week. the county at this election to Hoping this will not go to the school houses, so long will that Because ' 3 an encyclopedia in a single volume. boys farm. I don't know the prohibit the sale of intoxicating Lawrencebun. Tenn. waste basket, as my friends are three thousand remain out of s accepted by the Because price. liquors or to permit its sale. Courts, Schools and X n cIoe readers of the school. A teacher should be! Press as the one supreme auGuinn Bradshaw was through Editor of News- :Under the provisions of this thority. paid for what he does, and not e.3P "' I wish to beg space in your . this part this week hunting cat'wno nows Wins Because Rucker P. Grimsley. for staying in a large district. bill, as the Appellate Court has Success. Let us toll columns to inform my manyj you about this new work. tle to buy. No other business, public or pri- - construed Section 61 of the con- friends of Adair county, that I The things at Melvin Warners am now at La wrenceburg, Tenn., Dingo. on such a principle. stitution, if the county, the vate, is run WBITE for ipeciaca of new divided pi. sale sold high. C 4 C MERRIAM CO.. Pufeluien.SprimfieU.Mia. a thriving town of about 2,000 Our svstem is wrong, and is as largest unit, votes wet, and the MeaUca thli ppr, wcdT. FEES a xt cf pocket nipt. Precinct, the smallest unit withirt Melvin Petfcy sold his store to Hershel Blakey is in from inhabitants. There are two po-- : much aa injustice to capable county, dry, there may be Henrv Moss- - Mr- - Moss and &s Texas to see his sick mother. litical papers, one teachers as to the public. Often the Cane Valley. Mrs. Mary McFarland fell on and a music journal, published brother, Bob, were there last our best teachers are forced to sold intoxicating liquors only in week invoicing. Mr. J. C. Eubank, sold to Mr. the ice and hurt herself badly. accept a district with the small-- , the Precincts which vote wet, as nere constitution provides for the Will Jones his residence and Mrs. Joe Stott's gave birth to est number of pupils, while the ' Fealing Coffey is bad sick this This is where James D. city, township and pre-- blacksmith shop 'for 81,350.. babe on the 12th. Vaughan, the pubiisher of so, a still-bor- n youthful beginners may secure countv week. unit-est She is still in a very serious con-- I Rev. W. A. Beck; the Method district that reaches the high- -' cinct a"s a Mrs. Ann Selby after a weeks many good song books, resides. The bm Passed is not an oriS- - ist pastor of this place, delivered am attending a normal singing dition. limits. We believe in paying visit to see her son Elmer Rippie-to,vp is an amend iinal measure. , i,nt-n- j oiQ i Herschel Campbell has X aAlALy uaacu uu slauc UA Q,. "" ment to Section It of the Ken- a very interesting sermon last has retnrned home not school conducted by Prof. E T. 2560 2nd Sunday. Roanoke, Va. I ed a position with the Universal tificate held by a teacher, then much better. tucky Statutes, entitled' "Liquors. have the school graded to corresMr. R. J. Lyon and Mr. Tom Mr. Eldridg Montgomery and get the advantage of meeting Book and Bible House of Intoxicating." and is now on the road. pond with certificate of teachTaylor, of Campbellsville, passed Ina lrvin of the Wells Bottom teachers from several differenc provides that the words through It. er, the grade of school to be dehere one day last week, wer quietly married here at my states. I have been here 20 He says that he is now ready to days, my father only 15. The supply the people with anything termined by the average daily "cities of the first, second, third Mr. J. W. Sublettand Mr. T. home last Sunday night The next attendance shown in monthly nd fourth classes" be stricken A. Furkin, made a business trip morning they started for their course of study is note reading, in the book line. Pedigog-er- y, reports. A a teacher holding a from the statute. Mrs. Mary Mckinney. who is new home, Paint Lick, in Garrard audition, sight singing, to Louisville last week. No- - I voice culture, harmony, etc. about eighty years old, may fail in' certificate.fell and Mr. June Hancock wife and county. Here Eldridge has a posigrade onre-- j The President has appointed The tuition for a term is $7. broke one of her arms one day-las- t receiving a similar little daughter, spent last Satur- tion in a Bank at that place. These ' examination, so may a school Winston VV. Wiseman, of Dan-dro- n week. It is causing her a two young people have been No one can attend such a school ville, Collector for the Eighth day and Sunday with Mr. Claude and not realize the needxof bet- lot of suffering. from grade No. 1 to 2 or teaching a few years in our Callison and family. B. advance to Kentucky revenue district. The evenS3, likewise We wish them great ter equipped teachers. Prof. A leading magazine has a long Miss Bess Rice, was the guest school here. C. Undsell gave us a lecture and theiiighest. No teacher should appointment was confirmed by success in their new home. editorial about a certain negro of Miss Mary Hancock last Satura solo. The class gave one con- falling from a fifth story be permitted to teach in a school the Senate. The appointment window Mrs. Liza Selby and her childday night. cert,, and took in about '$30. in Tampa, Florida, his head if the grade of school is higher of Mr. Wiseman was expected, ren and Mrs. Viola Benett were They are to. give another concert striking the pavement, and yet than the teacher's certificate, j but a hard fight was made Mr. Joe Callison,' sold to Mr. visiting at Thomas Hadley the. Congressmen. Eugene Grasham one calf, for $7. causing him no more serious reagainst 'nim-I've been in singing tw. nermit teacher to 'accent! bther day.., by Mr. M". O. Wilkerson and'wife, classes and heard singing all my sult than a few slight scratches. fschool of inferior grade to certif Langley and Powers, and This .country has gone hog life, but never heard any cult- But such a fall as that is nothicate. Certainly all teachers of Judge Tarter,of Somerset, the last of Taylor Co., visited Mr. E. C. ing, and I doubt that he would wild over the. dish order busines ured singing ' before. The have even ..worth would strive as hard to Named. Sherman.Qoqper. Wiseman Sublett last Thursday. received a scratch-ha- d. again almost, every girl is out Vaughan quartett is wonderful to he been a Kentucky negro. a first class school as a recommended by Senator was Mrs. Jennie Smith and dau gh secure An extract from Dr. U. L.Tay lor's health report in last week's issue touching on our public schools is as follows: We have had several whirlwind ! ; i- sides staying in a school house is required o ' the teacher and something is required of parents. No teacher could afford to allow his school to dwindle, no district would desire it. Should it occur it would lose the teacher prestige and deprive the commnnity s teachof a chance for a er the following year. Persuaive methods would be emPloyed by the teachers, an ac- tive campaign in every district would result. Many years ago something similar to this was required in Virginia and it worked to the good. Again, if teachers were only paid for those they teach a large number of the three thousand would soon be in school. We have never been able to see any justice in paying teachers as now paid. We be- first-clasfl-1 j Bradley, and inreply to all the arguments of those who sought to have Cooper retained, on the ground that he made an excellent official and had been a strong friend of the President, Mr. Taft is quoted as having declared that he needed Senator Bradley's vote on important 0& measures before the Senate. President Taft has accepted the resignation of Maurice Galvin as Collector at Covington, and the appointment of a successor is en tirely in the hands of Senator Bradley. I ' i" S3S 5. l ISi. 1 I I j.lrT'-- fisM m UK-U- dRV. m a yiier umi V n nows -- m m m 0f t i Reed Hardware Co. I Good Glasses ZZP.0. i I shop-prise- , ' Bad Glasses ,. ,. ,.,.... WebstefS t:i. 1 , WHY OWN International Dr. E. Alper, Optician. post-offic- ! i j Ne' j j j 1 ,' non-partis- an J : j a. ; e, -- accept-Hilderbra- nd, ; Phil-sdelph- ia, i j I - m ' ! . W- to-nig- ht. , s THE2ADA1R COUNIYNEWS Elida, N. M. Denmark. v PERSONAL Editor News: It has been so long since I saw Mr. G. P. Burress, Campbellsville, was here Monday any thing in your paper from Mr. C. S Harris, is spending a few this section, I will try to tell you days in Louisville. what is going on. First, we Mr. G. W. Coffey, Denmark, was have had the coldest weather for here during court. '"' Mr. A. G. Norris, Louisville, was many years, and more snow and here a few days auo. ice than we have had since I came Miss Alma McFarland, has been here. quite sick for the past week. Our people are very jubilant Mr. R. L Marshall made his regular over the prospect for a bumper trip to Columbia last 'Friday. corn crop. Our .crops 'have been Mrs. A. D. Patteson, and her two very short for the past two years. children, are on the sick list. Mr. J. P. Beard, who has been sick Fred and myself have quit farming and are in fiie cotton and for two weeks, is able to sit up. We have a nice Mr. E. B. McLean, traveling sales- mule business. man, spent Sunday in Columbia. bunch of cattle on hands, and Mr. W. G Clelland, Lebanon, called while we have had a fearful to see our merchants a few days since. winter we have not fed our catMiss Clara Blair, of Glenville, is visiting her annt, Mrs. F. A. Rosen-bau- tle a feed, and some of them are good butcher stuff. R. M. Grissom and brother are Mr. T. W. Taylor and Hugh Noe. Campbellsville, were here a few days of also in the stock business and last week. farming. (Bob is also interest Mr. Pilson Smith and Mr. Jas Anpublic schools, or one derson, Greensburg, were here one day ed in the of the teachers.) Bennie, as last week. Mrs. T. B. Rice and two little sons, you know, is a good gardener Romine, are visiting at Mr. J. P. and fruit man, and I ate this last Hutchison's. summer some of the finest peach- Mr. P. H. Bridgewater, of near Cane n citizen, has been es I ever ate any where, and Valley, a dangerously ill for the past week. they were of his own raising. Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Cane Valley, This is not a farming country visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L fhp ht nountrv T HHw J WW, h t w..w h w C Feese, a day or two last week. ever saw. Mr. L. M. Wilmore Mis Mnrv Miller, who is in school at Bowling Green, will return from a' was right. Hiram K. Turk, Sr., visit to Nashville the last of the week. only had two daughters, Mrs. Frances and Sanford, two children of Robertson and Mrs. Allen. 4 j m. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. t. J: I j Quite a lot of sickness in this 7K M 7K community. m2 Latest Quotations on Live Stock .Mrs.' J. W. Blakevs condition sty remains about the same. She CATTLE has been sick for some time. Mr. Elmer Rippetoe's, mother Shipping steer $5.256.00 a a. Boef steers (5.503.50 7K. is spending a tew weeks with 475(5)4.85 ? him. She is on the sick list this Fat heifers and cows Cutters 2.0o3.00j " week. Canners . 1.002,00 "v Mr. George and Garfield Do- - Bulls 2.003.85 honey recently sold their farms Feeders 4.oo4.85 viStockers 2.504.50.i to Loren Miller and Lee Collins. Choice milch cows O George will goto Oklahoma in Common to fair cows the Spring. At present he is HOGS. visiting in Wayne Co. I I Nl 'IN IN IN L - 35.00-45.C- i 15.00-35.- 00 I ' Good Only Doting .. Janu 1 Nl j ' Mrs. Bettie Wheat of 'Crocus is Choice 210 up visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jas. Mediums, 165 to Pigs Roughs 6 40 vk: 210. 6.25 5.45 5.40 ary and February. Daily CouierJournal one year and 7K 7 j well-know- Ed Knight. IN. S. C. Neat was calling on our 1 SHEEP AND LAMBS M merchants last week. IX Best lambs 4.00 5.00 sr Mrs. Lawless of Sewellton, is Culls 2.50.300 Mi IN visiting her son 0. B. Buchanan. Fatsheep VJ1 Mr. Fred Acres and wife of IN GRAIN. Nl1 Roy, passed through here SunSIS. Wheat. 90 A day enroute for the Rock House ts Corn... 50 7K Bottom, where they will visit IN Local Market. Mrs. Acres parents. NL Miss Carrie Aker's is visiting 7K her grandfather of Esto, this 3.00-3.25 To-da- IN NI 7K 7K IN the Adair Couuty News one year. . . $4.00 $2.75 $2.00 7 Daily Courier Journal six months and News one year Daily CourierJournaI three months and News one year 7K X IN t IN m. IN Vl 7Tn In 7K NJ Nl . week. Mr. Garfield Dohoney's baby fell against a hot stove burning i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Strange, have been Charles, you will please find quite sick for a week, but are improvenclosed, a one dollar bill to con ing. Mr. Alfred Pendleton and wife of tinue my paper an other year. Casey county, are visiting their daughtWith best wishes for a prosMr. Luke Lay and er and perous year for you, I close. wife. G. W. Robertson. Rev. J. A. Johnson and wife, of Mannsville, Taylor, county, visited at P. S. Since writing I notice the home of Mr J. A. English last something from the Dirigo corweek. Miss Stella Jones, who spent two respondent favoring the parden weeks with her brother in Cicinnati, of Henry Youtsey. I agree with returned to her home, Montpelier, son-in-la- its face considerably. Herschel Blakey came in from Texas, last week to see his sick mother. Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks 24 9 7 IN o '7(N 1"1 During Year 191 -- W NJ IN Turkeys Geese Ducks 8 9 14 W IN 3K IN When you want a reliable medidine for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can always be de Ginseng pended upon and is pleasant and safe Beeswax. Yellow Root. to take. For sale by Paull Drug Co. May Apple(per lb) ; J fall clipping spring clipping. Hides (green) Feathers Wool Wool 27 8 44 -- IN IN 5K. sooiCJ 50 7K In IN NJ IN We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List IN NJ 7Jn Mi IN 7 Cane Vallay. Mrs. Dr. Atkinson is on the sick list. p. P. U NV SMYTHE for i IN NJ 7K 2K IN IN NV little girls, left jlast Monday for Adair county ought to be proud Bowling Green, where they will Mr. W. H. Speer and wife, of near liar cnn ' Tim nnrnott- ' Alsrk of Mrs. Hatcher, visited at the home attend the Cherry College, Speer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis over the State erettiner back! J' W' Subletted T. A. Fur-Hutchison, last week. where she belongs. kn were n Louisville last week, Mr. W. A. Neilson, of Louisville, G W R. D. Neilson, are brother of Prof. P. buying spring goods. i.r spending a few days in Columbia. Mr. Pyres. Urban Keltner and J. C. Bault Neilson is the General Agent of the American Seeding Machine Company of We have certainly had plenty two tobacco dealers, of this place Springfied, Ohio. of cold weather, ice and snow were on the market last week Mr. M. Cravens, who is Assistant every day, we would certainly with a fine lot of the weed. Doorkeeper of the Kentucky House of Representatives, spent last Saturday enjoy some sunshine. W. H. Jones purchased the and Sunday at home. He reported that Mr. J. W. Wire, of Glasgow, pr0perty of John Eubank last the solons were a fine body of men and that everything wjis moving nicely at who visited. relatives during the Monday for $1,300. Frankfort. holidays at this place, writes Ray Shepherd after spending back that he returned home all the holidays here returned to his Here is a remedy that will cure your right, John is certainly a jolly home in Oklahoma last week. cold. Why waste time and mcney ex- fellow .we was glad to have him Misses Susie Kate Page and perimenting when you can get a prewith us. e paration that has won a Ada Feese, returned home from reputation by its cures of this disease Died the 14th the little child and can always be depended upon? It of Mr. Thomas Monday's, Rev. Corbin last week, where they is known everywhere as Chamberlain's had been on a two weeks visit. Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of Payne, preached the funeral. Mr. C. A. Wilson who has real merit. For sale by Paull Drug, Co. The remains were laid to rest in been suffering with rheumatism the cemetary at Morischapel. For Rent. for the past six months is not On the 17th the death angel improving any. Two houses and lots. Apply to. came to the home of Mr. and G. P. Smythe. The Presbyterian church at Mrs. Whit Keltner, and purchased from them the jewel of their Kelly ville, is about complete We Frightful Polar Winds fhope to have better luck with Blow with terrific force at the far bosom, Nellie. She was a light to only stood a north and play havoc with the skin, their home and a comfort to their this one as the other causing red, rough or sore chapped hearts. She was kind and lov- few months, and was consumed at home. n-; , weaker to report. administration. Democratic Miss Julia Penick, Mary and Prof. Romie Judd, who is a teacher Three cheers for the best Attorin the Baptist Academy, CampbellsFon Hancock, a trio of our best ville, spent last Saturday and Sunday ney' General Kentucky has had. week. him. As the others were turned Mr. Jo M. Turner one of our loose, let him go with the gang, best citizens who has been sick Miss Jennye McFarland, who wa3 Adair people here are very for the nast three months, is quite sick in Indianapolis for eight or recovered, we are glad jubilant over State-hoo- d ten days, has and a graduaIIy growing Friday. j -- FIRE INSURANCE and t ii " "he (N $1 One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly REAL ESTATE J iTrtMTT 7 Is IN ii Is IN IN 7 jjg 7K TVTl s ( at tjj-- wrfting. days ago. Pl1f "RlTr-- in niAlr fN 7K. ! NL' Mr. E. S. Rice,' made a business trip to CamDbellsville a few m. 7K IN f 1 i Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Hendrick- son, visited Mr. W, P. Dilling - j) ham last Sunday night. IN Mrs. Jas. sick list. M. IN Vl IN Courier Journal One Year &. In 7 Willis is on the ' ? , Nl ?n ' 7x1 , Mr. Winfrey Beard visited at Mr, G. C, Russell's last Saturday! Nl 7TC M Louisville Times and New Nl 7K 7 IN NJ night. , 7jn TIN world-wid- Mr. Walter Arnold of near; 5 Knifley and Miss Lillie Harden, m of Watson, were married lastr Sunday at Rev. John Rices. Mrs. A. C.Wheeler and daugh - 77K77fN7iN7iN7K7iN7lN7i7lN 7 ter, Miss Lillie, visited Mrs. Jesse. Absher last Wednesday. f Nl $4.50 TTn Nl' 7TC ) T& , i Misses Judelle and Annie Ro-- 1 bertson visited their sister, Mrs. Van Humphress a few days ago. The party at Mr. G. C. Rus-- , sel's was largely attended, all report a nice time. ..-- il 6 "S CLEARANCE SALE 4 FOR THIRTY DAYS I Mr. Allpn. nf Hnstnn villp. wn .. .. . ...v, ..w here a few days ago buying cat- - i ! ..., will offer my winter stock, such as Blankets, hands and lips, that need Bucklen's by fire. Eld. M. R, Gabbert and sister, Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes ing to all especially to her af7 Miss Mattie Callison is visiting Miss Gertrude, of Roley, were the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled flicted father who has been affor colds sores, also burns, boils, sores, long with rheuma- the family of Mr. Horace Massie here a few days ago en route for ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only flicted for so Columbia, where Miss Gabbert 25 cents at Paull Drug Co. tism. We trust father and mother in Taylor Co. , this week. tie, Quilts, Men's, Ladie's Underwear, Sweaters, Caps, Woolen Scarfs, Shawls, &c, at following prices: Regular $1.00 values .79c Cash S .50 .25 ' Mr. Ed Pointer, who was known to a great mariy people in this county, died one day last week. He lived in East Columbia precinct, not far from Purdy If your children are subject to at tacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamberlain's Cough Remddy as soon as the' child becomes hoarse and the attack may be warded off. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Ira G. Vaughan was visiting brothers, and sisters, may meet their loved one in that land where relatives at Spurlington, Taylor sickness, sorrows and death nev- county, last week. er come and partings is no ' Absher. Pray to Him each day more. that when your lives are over n a uewjis muuie ui vautv al you may meet your darling f,.' mr. that ley, visited at H. B. Robertson's on the happy golden shore. Saturday night. Rev Pangburn spent last Fri-- 1 Mrs, Mary Brockman is visitday at C. W. Keltners. ing her son, B. F. Robertson this 1 It ka 1 m will enter school at the L. W. T. " .39c .20c t. N 4- - " S.- - Best 10c Outings and Storm Flannels 8 f3c per Thursday. Mas. Harriet Robertson visited at H. B. Robertson's last yard, and numerous other things not mentioned . HENRY INGRAM. rm l rl j v 4- - i 1 Persons troubled with partial paraly-si- s are often very much benefited by massaging the affected parts thoroughly when applying Chamberlain's Liniment. This liniment also relieves rheumatic pains. For sale by Paull Courier-Journ- t al Drug Co. The Adair County News and Daily Both one year $&5Q ttjf A ATK COUNTY nfavc FREE FOR STOMACH AND BOWELS s, No.WalRover. mW i ! TALES ARE TOLD T5MCIY RRCMITICQ . L . & N. Time Card Mr. Taft had a popular plural-- ! Wc are in receipt of letters from mild and gentle in action that a child "Mrs. Eva Gaskins, 304 Madison St., ?s E!5 aS no SZTrtifcrS. ity of 1.269,994 in the election of Topeka, Kan., and Mr. P. H. Gavel-la- in Wagoner, Okla., as well as many others, tellinff about the wonderful re It arouses the flow of gastric juice, sults they have secured in the cure of J and by a peculiar action trains the their stomach and liver troubles by stomach and bowel muscles to again the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- do their work naturally, and in time sin. medicines of all kinds can be This remedy, as all readers doubtwith. A frpp snmnle bottle less know, has been before the public can be had for trial by sending your for a generation and is now being auurcsp wr hi more extensively used than any other way Mrs. io inc uocior, uaveiias iu ana uaskinas, Mr. Temedy for stomach, liver and bowel many others first learned of the cure. complaints. According to reliable tes- Later, when satisfied i is the remedy timony, it seems to be a very quick you need, do as others are doing and and lasting cure for constipation, in- buy it of your druggist at fifty cents digestion and dyspepsia, liver trouble, and one dollar a bottle. ' biliousness, headaches, sour stomFor the free sample address Dr. W ach, gas on the stomach, drowsiness after eating and similar disorders. It B. Caldwell. 402 Caldwell building, is a liquid with tonic effect, and so iMonticello. 111. pri ? women and old people. I MM 1908. This plurality will have to be nvpmnmp if a DpmnfraHc nrpsi- dent is elected next fall. It means a change of more than . Mosby Had Seen Him Before. Colouel John S. Mosby, the fire oat in guerrilla chit flain of the Confeder- RQ. ftnn v,wv ,,,. The Democrats had 162 votes in the electoral college of 1908. They must have 2G6 votes in the next electoral college in order to win. I acy, walked into a Washington bank one morning, shinned down a check in front of the aged cashier and demand- - j ed the money for It. "I will have to lintl some one to identify you." s:iid the cashier. "This i nw Mitmmw O : HUGHES S. CO&PAJVV A v. BLINDS. Sash, Doors, blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Interior Finish, Etc. ' 4 Largest Wholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods, H We appreciate them. C The sterotyped reply to these statistics will be that Mr. Bryan was a. weak candidate. This is true. In comparison with Demo cratic opportunity, Mr. Brvan was indeed a weak candidate, but ll VsAns-s.Mr. Bryan ponea b,4Ub,iU4 votes This was 1,300:000 more than Judge Parker poller in 1904 It' was 852,137 more than theCleve-- , land vote in 1892. It has been onlv bv the vote lor Mr Bryan himself in 1896. Democrats who talk as if the T T- - t ; , E if v 1 HilRHR po INCORPORATED. k-V . 211-2- 15 E. Mala Street . $ fcO O0& A('r9 O K. H. OIETZMAN. l,uuiov h.l,u,ivi uex t election would be a walk- iver do not rerhze the size of the; Republican majorites that must oe overcome. Roosevelt's popu-a- r plurality in 1904 was 2,545.-5L- 5 j McKinley's popular iec plu- 'UE WAS AN OFFICER AEMY." IN THE UXION u 0. HARWICH, Pres. . rt. COCK'r, v, fres. W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. " ESTABLISHED 1861 IN'CORPORAIEl) 1889 -- , coveted gum. "Xow that he stands with his back to Experiments with a process for obAttoney-At-LaDEALERS IN In four successive presidential j mp l recognize him perfectly." said taining a textile fiber, with merits bei' Mosby hotly. Q Will practice in "I remember having tween SAW those of cotton and linen, from elections the Republican cahdi ' SPOn it twico during tue war."-Po- puthis and adjoining counties. the nettle are being fostered by the dates for president has polled ,ar MaRazinc. Australian government. Jamstown, : 1301 THIffTeeNTft-MM- N. Kentuck), more than 7,000,000 votes. Mr In the Malay peninsula an English naturalist has discovered a species of Taft was by no means a strong, THE WIT OF A ant that niakes its nest in the fleshy stems of ferns that grow on the limbs xsr candidate in 1908, yet he polled FOOD EXPERT. of trees high in the air. more votes than Roosevelt re The number of depositors in savings ? ir .'" banks in the Uuited States in lfi20the MbTWV ceived in 1904, and the brute Sheet Iron and Tank WorR year for which the Ggures can AP ..71. wiwF fni'PP nf fhoao Ronhli t! Two Examples ol Or. Wiley's earliest was a little less than 9.000 be rhowu. and last year over 0.000,000. t can majorities constitute a The world's first International fiber Qiiiok Repartee. tremendous handicap upon anj congress was held in Java last July ' 1 sU5T The raw products out of which fibers Democratic candidate. JOBBirvQWORK SOLICITED are made are now considered second If the Democrats think the In the department circles in Wash- only to brcadstuffs m commercial ira ington, says Arthur Wallace Dunn in AIJ Kinds of Machinery Repairer next election is as good as won World's Work. Dr. Wiley is known as portance. J& W tar W &4k The Chinese colony in Paris has in a man wLo is ROod mPany and who they are sadly mistaken. They says things worth repeating. Soon aft-- , creased to such an extent that the have a fight on their hands j or the president's order was issued to Celestipl empire has given orders for' effoot was toi the construction of a pagoda there. Arwhether or not Mr. Taft is re-- I !hP given athat no Informa,tlonany em-- , chitects, masons, carpenters and decocongressman by expressly nominated. New York World. ' P'yce of the government and only rators will go build it. from Peking heads of departments could furnish in- - and Canton to . A small tailor in the Twin Cities has formation Dr. Wiley met a member of nAniri'ncf : In front of a head for advertising. -Tom Taggart, of West Baden Good morning, doctor, now are his store stands an oil barrel with the and French Lick fame, over in yonI thb morainSr was the greeting j head knocked in. The barrel Is bright can't tell you," promptly respond-- 1 green, and on it in red letters is pain; xlOOSierdom, was in Baltimore ed the doctor. "You'll have to ask the ed, "Stand In My Barrel Whi'o I Pre A Few Seasonable Goods Headline! Your Suit For HO Cents." last week grooming Governor j the best examples of his Fishing methods are being revolu 19c Marshall, of Indiana, as a dark quickness of repartee is the exclusive tionized in the seas around the islands ' Ter Box Laxative Bromo Quinine property of " ""j " 15c horse for the Democratic pres- - of Chemistrv the women of the bureau of Japan by the introduction of English Laxative'Tablets Singley steam trawlers. The vessels on trial ' " 25c idential nomination. Hills Cascara Quinine Mr, Tag--! TIle? :,,, '"lI1 him ',lK bi cWef." hav resulted in the discovery of new j HENRY VVATTERSON u uuvv a i nunc young woman or ine and valuable fishiug banks which " "25c gart, who is considered a good Weeks Break a Cold Tablets met the doctor as he was passing could not have been fished by the na " Editor. "'" 25c sport, says he loves to place his along the corridor to his office. Nyals tive craft. "Good morning. Bin Chief." she said. " " .' 25c money on a long shot, and that A. D. S. " ." " Rice is not. as commonly supposed "fJooil morning. Little rethe daily food of all the Japanese. The i he doctor. ' ' We Can Furnish You " 19c his State is going to send Mar- torted Rexal poorer classes cannot afford it. The " Bottle 83c shall's name before the conven- Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil . maximum price of $2 a bushel was . Scicncs and Theology. Booker Washington story of reached last August. This was. how- '42-8- 3c County News . Scotts Emulsion tion, and expect a lot ot support ;' an o!d negro theologian tells aexplained ever, not due to the laws of demand The ' who '" 50-1- 00 Cod Liver OiP Nyals . " V how it was that the Egyptians were and supply, but to artificial raanipu from other western States. drowned in the lied sea. "You see," lations of brokers. '" 100 and the Wine he said, "it was the middle ob winter, The much talked of bridge across j f"V-V 89c Rexal An exchange says: "A prom-Jme- and the children of Israel crossed in the Yangtze river in China is not to ' de mornin. when the ice was nice and be built because it has been figured u' " 50c Emulsion farmer paid $400 for a hard. But de 'Gyptians crossed at out that the cost would be prohibitive. " noon, when de sun had 83c pair of mules. A. D. S. He refused to and they was drowned." melted de ice. Rut a tunnel is likely to be construct "That 44 44 i. 83c j pay $300 for a pair of smaller be true." said a young colored can't ed under it. as this is not aonly practlstucable, but would cost ouly reasonable Courier-Journ- al ,4 ' " ' dent, "for I've learned from my geogra- 1.00 mnloc Konon,a amount of money. Vinol laigci. uiics phy tijat lce won't freeze so near the uic Since the firsi woman deputy of Nor Write us for Quotations COUld pu 1 150 pounds more be- - equator." "Just what I expected." re-- way. Mrae. Olga Uoystad. has made torteu the preacher. cause Of their increased Size. He some of these larned "There s always such an exceptional record among the Both One Year young men try- lawmakers of that country doors hitht0UISVILLEf nYj ' In t0 spi,e our theolsy- - Dt I'd hev erto barred have been opeued to womrefused to vote a bond issue for you know that them times I'm talkin en. The Academy of , good roads that would have en- - i of was before there was either iocra- - turies tightly closed Sciences, for cen ' For $1.50. against women, phles or 'quators." Liverpool Post has just elected its first woman memboy in but the difference in the field was abled the smaller mules to pull A seventeen-year-ol- d ber. , accomplished by scientific meth one thousand more." Penny wise Union county grew 145 bushels Success Versus Failure. With the opening of the American "I met Thomas A. Edison at the Carl-Jo- n factories at Niagara Switzerland lost of corn on an acre of land and ods of cultivation. Our farmers and pound foolish. We can also give lifieia in London." said a New Yorker. control of the aluminium baarket. was a wared the $50 prize at the may well learn a lesson as well "Edison astonished me with his republic had held for combination Kentucky Corn show at Lex- as many those from other parts with Daily of the hard work he has done in which the little several years. Neither Switzerland A Chicago University profess- his time. Measured by the barrel, of the State. Why plow two ington. possess such rich mines or Sunday Courier Journal. lunch one day Edteon and T nor France most of the Corn is here, this acres of land when you can get or says there ps more remance "Afterup as walked the Haymarker. Edison, as of oxide of aluminium or such sources Write Courier-Journ- al Comwould make 29 barrels to the acre the same yield off one acre by in .marriages at seventy than at usual, talked about hard work. I said of electrical energy as the United pany, Louisville,. Ky., for or about three timeg as much as practicing intense cultivation.? twenty. The Oslerian theory has thoughtfully: success always means States. " I suppose Aviators are popularly supposed to This also leads us to conclude be men of iron nerve and perfect free sample copy of edition is considered a good yield on hard work, doesn't it? that it would pe a good .plan been fiercely attacked, but it is " 'Yes.' said Edison. 'It does.' physical condition. Yet the great you desire, but be sure to good land here. It is douptful for some of our farm boys to try hardly necessary to go to the "He nodded was rejected for military servtoward a poor, old sandif the Union county boy had any an experiment with a single acre other extreme and make gay wich man a poor, thin, bent old fel- ice on account of physical shortcom- send your subscription order low of seventy or so. staggering along ings, a special arrangement had better land for his experient of land this year and see how Lotharios and ardent Romeos of Iti the gutter under three heavy and to be and made by which his services to this paper NOT to enormous snno"wih "irds and added: as an aviator might be utilized during v sepnagenarians. than can be found right here. much they can accomplish.- " 'But failure means harder.' " Courier Journal. the French maneuvers. w MIlihWRIGHTS f fllACHlNlSTS LOUISVILLe rality in 1900 was 949,790, and check is made outistoa John S. Mosby, rule which we but identification in 1895 it was 601,854. In 1892 must observe." About y.uoo.OOO t le great Democratic landslide ning were dartingshafts of blue light-- " from the colonel's year, Cleveland's popular plu one eye when another employee of the structure. bank said he knew Jlosoy. rality was only 390,810, and yet "That old man should have known Experiments prove that the gums of had a plurality of only 99.017 to you, colonel." said the acquaintance trees, so highly prized by man. are prowhile the old fighter was counting his duced 1)3 disease. Trees can even be overcome from the previous elect-lio- coin. "lie was an ofllccr in the Union inoculated and made to furnish the j ' j n. New Zealand condenses and powders u.27..-&;4i.3E3 urn .7:00 am great quantities of milk. 'Jo. SX 8:15 10:U. an 5:06pm .!) 7:1. sin . The imperial Chinese postoflice has 10.O j- 80pm imported 100 bicycles for the use of Io 21 9:CP 6:30 pm 'o.W postmen at Shanghai. NORTH BOUND Of the 12.0OO.otiu tons of iron ore Lv. Lkbanon Ak. Lotj.sws rain which Spain produces annually about . 21 7:50 ar am 9.000.000 are exported. o.7S 10:15 ara 7:32am During the last two years Canada 0.28 430 pm 655 j C23p 305 p has sustained a loss of over $45,000,000 !o..' u. j. zSS sun lOz. worth of property by fires. Noe. $ and d8 are Sunday trains only. Rubber boots are now made with a leather inner heel which greatly in creases the Iwot's jMriod of usefulness. One of the European eomixinies manufacturing harvesters for years has employed an American technical manager. W. M. CUIliJUORB, Pnop r. Our farms are decreasing in size, the average number of acres in farms havFirst-Chts- s Table ing deerwwed from HIS in 1000 to 1.13 i in 11)10. Good Sample Roeme The secretary of war and Mrs. Stlm-soFeed Stable imv? leased the home of Mrs. Reasonable Rates Churchill Cnmlop of Washington for season. the K F.pt receives ten times as nwny as Turkey does about W0.H00 tourists a year. Cairo counts on $10,000,000 a year from the tourist traffic. Since the discovery in jEngland of the lawn mowing procliOfoes of the guinea pig the price of these little animals ha increased fortyfo'.d. VETfRlHARY SURGEON There are '2JAM pit brow girls in Lancashire, about 20 in Durham. 50 in East Scotland. ;wi in the Swansea district and 10O in the Cardiff area. France and Cermuny import from Greece large quantities of an inferior grade of wine made from dried fruit. 1 It is used for blending purposes. For advortbing purposes a Pennsylvania! haa patented a fan in the shape of a huma:i face with a tongue that Special Attnetin lo Fyes j witves in .i:i o;;t as th. -n is moved. he "atuimiourri farms' The arr i Fistulo, Poll-eviSpavin or any surof the i.'niied Stales is v.iitl to be gical work l, done at fair prices 1 cr eipial to that of a strip of land from well fixed to take care of stock. A.'cn Maine to Florida ten miles wide. ey due when work is done or stcck Sis freshly baked pies were placed removed from stables. hi the cornerstone of the Domestic LOCATION NFJR ED HUGHES' RISEF!U'l. Science' building. Cincinnati, by a bakON BUP.KSVILLE STREET. ing concern which will occupy the ffsAi.N In effect Monday. Dec. 31. 118.. SOUTH BOUND Lv. Louisville Ak. Leba.no .5:'13 n GRftDYUILLe. C, D. Crenshaw y v f- ! I army." Joseph H. Stone, ENGIKE. EC1LEF S, MLIS. MILLS, FEED MILLS GFIST ! SMOKESTACKS. - - Why Ji I Not &ln&!: rJS2- " nt urm j Everything In The Drug. Line! At Lowest Cut Rate Prices as a i The I i lour er I , i Tli' J Journal? du-rea- l Mis-Chief- ," 4 . j """ Adair 4 a -- ;'. nt Weekly 4"4 .o tU 1.. J , ' ! i , CITY MALL PtiAKiViACY, i I J I ! j ac-;ou- nt rate Ve-drin- es the - THE ADAIR COUNTY TEW1 ! 7 IN THE epzi Hopeful Outlook. then will often cure the worst of men. REALM 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. vl 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." 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 tell 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. lor Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 49 QJ ,, The I woman'sTonic The Hustler feels confident that the present general assembly of Kentucky will accomplish more valuable legislation for the general good of the State, than any of its predecessors within a generation The Democratic ma--j nty is committed by platform declarations to certain specific and well defined reforms, and everything indicates that the leadership of the party proposes to fulfill the platform pledges in absolute good faith. Gov. has the confidence of the Mc-Oea- ry "Why do beautiful women marry ugly men?" asks a contemporary. Possibly because they believe that handsome is as handsome does. THE OF FASHION The Long Coat Stylish. The eoat sketched here is carried out In dark navy blue blanket cloth, fastened with four large buttons and adorned with ions black satin revers. LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 great body of people of all par- Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider. M .had; been troubled with sick headache for about five j ears, when she began taking Chambeilain's Tablet- - She has taken two bottles of them and thny have cured her Sifek headache is caused by a disorded btomach for which these tablets are especially intended. Tiy them, get well and stay well Sold by Paull Drut Co. .t.. Phone 29. Qy. Office 'Phone 4(- - a.nes Triplet! Dentist. MBium JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KF.NTUCK1 )pSWi;aXSX5XjS WEEKLY ties. He is rounding out his career as a public man; he has no political axes to grind; he has no motive other than to act for the good of the State, and to leave a creditable record to posterity. Thus situated, his influence will be a power for great good; things will be placed upon a higher level than is usually the case with an occupant of the gubernatorial chair who has ulterior ambitions. The environment of the present body, hedged s it is by platform pledges and an untrammeled Governor, make f r better things. Let us, therefore, be optimistic in '"Old Kentucky" insofar as a wise admin istration of State affairs can c mtribute to the general good Madisonville Hustler. German women are seriously recommending compulsory military service for the sex. Sometimes it does seem as if war was hardly worth while. You don't hear tobacco dealers joining in the laugh at the ex- pense of those large hearted women who buy Christmas cigars for their tumnii. The navy is eviJeitl in e'-nes- t in its determination not to have undesirable men in its ser i:e. It has just issued an order putting the ban on chewing gum Mr. Edison says that soon the newly-wed- s need not pa. out $4 50 on the installment plan for furniture, but can get their concrete outfit for $200. Still on the installment plan? We see in the papers that a New York bride is spending hei h learning how to run a dairy farm. The damel's heart is full of the milk of humtn kindness. Certain scientists advocate the use of the surgeon's knife to reform bad boys, but a good old fashioned session in the wood shed is worth more than a seance on the operating table. ney-moon BRIGHTER, BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER THElREGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEfc YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE LGUISVILEE TIME BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY -- $4.50. s THE LOUISVILLE TIMES he best afternoon paper prin- GOURE R JOURNAL We will send the Cincinnati Weekly An American miner kilM Enauirer.one year, and 1 he Adair County News one year for $1.25. The Enqm seventeenJMexican bandits sin.v e is a great paper. i He could hire HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a Naoional Newspaper, Democratic in Short Stops anded. almost any nation, out 1 1 Will ' ts' anywhere. Has the best corps of corresr. n h i 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 A New Jersey boarder who. showed fight to his landlady and Men are incr'e: sing faster than was clubbjd into submission with women in this country. If there were no wars in the achichenwas sent to jail. He world, what would the newspaper deserved his fate for causing such a tragic hiatus in the menu. paragraphers do for material? PnSs: to.r k. ..JE-- "v oondents. Covers the Kentucky field perfectly. Covers the generai news field completely. Has the best and fullest mar nM 1 ra .:.. Jro DANK BLUC COAT. I I 1 Ii THE ADAM COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR K Having discovered that it is possible to live without butter, indignant persons are doing it. A Philadelphia man has been ... . ... arrested for talking back to his wife. H- ought to be tried - A wife suing for years alimony, places her claim twenty-eight A y 11 8 i if you will give or end your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. i i 1 ail! Courier-Journ- al. Yr al, S6.00 S2.00 i May IS Courler-Jonrn- Yr We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write this paper. J cLLnUUU lunacy. A flying li feboat for aviators is now planned. Completely to defy Dallas has an ordinance requi -the elements, it should be made ing persons or commitees solid -fireproof. n& funds for charitable- - or sim The son of the Gaekwar of Ba-- 1 i,ar purposes to secure a permit roda says he has no inclination before starting out. In every wn business men are imposed to marry an American girl. Con-- , n in many instances by people gratulations, girls. ilKinlimr gets one dollar aWOia, who are collecting funds for for every word he writes He lealv charitable purposes who should write at least ten words naVe nothing but selfish ends in VieVV lhe Dal,aS 'an Slves the before breakfast. i.irhnritioc tVo virVif tr rrh- intn New York asks e'ery citizen . uie real purpube ul luc collection to be enough of a sport to clean and the power to forbid the SOlic five and inches o snow . Itation if the purpose IS not a off his sidewalk. worthy one. It wouldn't be bad A scientist tells us that tuikey icjjiiou. ivecuru aim onion- will be extinct within the nexr in . icle ten years. From the looks of Or any other town. things in Europe, so will Turkey t I i , m Her recreant spouse now finds that harmony . in the home at nothing a year would have been far less expen-fo- r Isive. $12 a week. L at This smart coat is trimmed with a broad baud of black braid, piped with crimson aud arranged to form the lower part, of the collar. Under each arm a curved strapping of stitched cioti, is -placed, with a tare mitsMo a pocket. -. kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, but fa,r to everybody. . SEN! voUR SUBSCRIP- 11 w TION RIGHT AWAY GREATLY. Full TO VARY railored Models THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times. Length Gjg Ollie James anJ' Lingerie Ones Full2r. If there was anything lacking; to convince any one that Ollie M. James is a statesman speech yesterday to the his Legislature after he was elected a United States Senator, was sufficient to persuade the last doubting Thomas. Those who heard him yesterday and who have heard a dozen or more similar speeches made by other people who have been elected Senator by the Kentucky Legislature, said it was the best speech, made on a similar occasion in Frankfort in forty years. His speech was entertaining, impressive and convincing of his sincerity and of his knowledge of the big affairs of the United big-brain- ed one-thir- d Down in Georgia a judge has decided that it is a crime to kill a baseball umpire. It seem-- a rath- 26 INTKES RIGtf AT 17 CENTS PfR 80!)' i' decent tiling to decide. as long We will ssve you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENE A Washington telephone girl We carry in stock all heights 2K incl- - fence lasts. as our stock of recently married a London bankand styles of Ellwood nr coiarp Mph er With her it was a rapid transit S8INCH CSTt Y from "ring off" to- "ring on." Tg 1 jf i StllL; u ; ntKu iLnlLL Fo. fl - soinc:i 42I.1CH 34INCH 26IHCH -., ir ' ibich fl ifTi ?nwuuf"1wfmivi'H, KKXAKKKHHKr.'f(nHOr kkh w A "vrTA ft 77VA77v77llf aKa KrtKn Ka Ha AA(n A'v'ivi ft a )( illfmk a ' Irm j. I-- pioducing all kinds of concreted furniture mattresses. Thus far con- a )out a certain size, together, crete mattresses have not been though you can, not always do! Mr. Edison is ex-ep- pt In dlscuss,n waists tll0 Dry Go0(ls Economist says: "The question of sleeve lengths has 1)0cn sompwnat aisturiiin?. but from r Present indications the ,ellRtll w, contlnilp ,arKC.,v ,n dressy models, a feu- - of the lace waists show- illS the full lencth Slet'VO lillisllL'd With a frill falling over the hand. j Tile tailored styles have full length ' sIt'l'vl?s- while the semitailored nuni- bei"s also favor the lontr finish, al- r though many length drossj; modt'l5; :in llt,- !''i by .v laijje iro iui-- uimi illinium iniue. portion of lingerie-for winter are made with full length statues, but there is some tali for the three-quartoi? with finish. Either'styie i a plaited laee frill. "The regulation sleeve is in favor. ' ;mu tleslgns are coming ' the set-few Pirra to strongly to the front. There i xtlll a U. ..i. OtTA . v 3 ii up. However, or pesam. u aiiu, Kt.ou.y h,1UU,U We,t" uei-wstyles m dressy waists, and this effect .. i u onn ' " is also seen with a set uu section ap- or less. To make this Weight Plied just ahove the elbow. "FuHs they must be pushed from birth dcsJf;n(d are appearing over the ulbow. oru smiR flttUS to market day. The pigs that Knos t the wrist. The cheap lingerie models show many regulation sleeves. .,,.,., makes a good steady growth .m. ltll m?, - "".-- u, "- - " -""' gathered into a deep trimmed from birth to market gives good WIth ,naertton- white this- is much It'would be better y profit many other designs are akso it'ii. f if you could keep all pigs of hwn. but in the majority of eases the . ivrwt icngtn w sou. throe-quartethree-quarte- tk , er Sn-sh- ed I lnt-onrlor- l nl.,f m i i 1 ....U e .., j j I - j I i i , i well received. rJlft-ri- tr ttrmrl Jb . it4SVrrriftrt1ay'-MJWt tlfl5 J'T.lVl In r w a. fJnhk. 1; WFiT' lUnillim mi iii'U1i hi mi Mi i nim liiniiin ul ELLWOOD FIZU3 FEfiCE (STANDARD STYLE) HADE IN SIX HEIGHTS ". ' , fkiisfi&rvi4 imU'.l'U'. - Hardware, Farm' Implements and Roofing. London is to have a new hotel containing 1.000 rooms, and it is A divorced woman in Missouri promised that no tipping will be has a right to be kissed, for a permitted. Reserve your rooms says so from the bench. i t .. i . DEHLER BROS., " early. judge This we should regard as one of 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Maryland has revived the old the inalienable rights of any uncustom of whipping wife beat- married woman, no matter by ers. A little whipping now and what method unmarried. States government. The fact that he stands so high fu...e ,i. . .,.. .. !. m congress ana witn uie lediiy ''1 bj men of the party in Washing- ton is in ltseii convincing ev- idence that he has abl,ityf else he Biotas. sart very Hptodntehavereie-ate- would have long agro been Ifyou wouldhe ( t0 tne bKr crowd of the color of the blouses thu same as medicores who are never heard that of the suit. ,r with your The smart thing to ch Washington. ffl ff lingerie white blouse is a skirt of heavy white satin, tailored and quite' brain as Ollie James is big-oshort. well as of fame, and he Will be A blouse veiling that is newer than those of embroidered or beaded chiffon hear(j from in the Senate in a composed of a trelliswork of twist- way that will make his friends in, 1 ed silk, the crossings being held Bother by little beada or iTrrtriMlu rn f m i?rnlrl &&&., llClllUvnj xwvftu. vi aaaaj iwll fringe outline the neck and fort News. i , , . ' j ; . c ! I I . to-- beads,-whil- e arm-hole- 8 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Gradyville. J. F. Pendleton, was at Sulphur Well, one day the first of the week; Charlie Herriford, of Columbia, was here Monday. Mike Winfrey, of Columbia, was here the first of the week. as on Mrs. George H. Nell, the sick list a few days of last week. j were burned in this section, last week. Messrs. Durham & Anderson, of Greensburg, were here the first of the week, looking after hogs and cattle. Mr. Guy Coomer, the up to date dry goods man, of Nash- ville, was calling on our merchants, last week. We understand that Mr. J. F. Pendleton, sold his Hunter farm, last week, to Allen Keltner, for the consideration of $4,000. This deal rounds Mr. Keltner up with one of the best farms in Adair County. ; representing organizations in all parts of the country has been in session here. The Association encourages business men to interest themselves m primaries and in public questions. It endorsed one-celetter postage. A convention has been in session in the interest of Federal aid to good roads. In an address to Senator Keed, or Missouri, the Judge Gary plan of Federal supervision of corporations as "Plutocratic Socialism."' Representative Henry, of proposed a constitutional amendment making the last Thursday of April, instead of March 4, the date for maugurat ing Presidents and Vice Pres- idents. The charge that persons connected with the Steel trust are endeavoring to advance his nomination for the Presidency has been called by Col. Roosevelt nt meat-packer- s, coa-demn- ed cerns a ihousand miles distant at the same price as that charged for a few miles would weaken home ties and loyalty to com- munity interests. It would build r up large concerns to the depreciation of local values. Nearness to a good live towns adds to contentment on the farm. Increase cf great cities and consequent misery of many unemployed are largely due to dullness of many small town. Great cities furnish gravest dangers, Carriage of first and mail-orde- Tex-as,h- as "Tom-fooler- y. "S , ? 4 Of ' r- . - V The few days of sunshine put The recommendation of PostmaHitchcock that a move on our farmers and they ster-General have made a good start towards the Government appraise, take farming in the way of turning over and operate the telegraph the soil and sowing grass seed. companies has produced much If the weather continues good discussion. The New York for the next few weeks, the ma jority of sod land will be turned World has suggested ironically that, for efficiency, it might be in this section. Mr. Allen Parson and wife, of better for the telegraph companPortland, spent a few days with ies to operate the Postal departrelatives here last week. ment. Charles S Hernly, President of The telephone line from this place to Weed, has just been the New Castle, Ind., Industrial completed. This gives us good Association, has just given the connection with Nell, Red Lick Senate Postoffice Committee an and Edmonton. interesting recital of industrial Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Montgom- development. He said that New ery and Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Walker, of Columbia, visited Castle was a sleepy country vil their relatives here last Satur- lage with a population of 3,406" day night and Sunday. in 1900. It is now a thriving Mr. Elmer Keen's, new dwell- - city, having about twenty-fiv- e ing is nearing completion and important, diversified industries, when completed will be a very ami a population of something desirable home. ,more than 15000. Though Mr. W. L. Grady, who recent - houses have been rapidly built, ly moved into his new home is ast year an automobile company, making some grand improve- employing two thousand hands ments on the looks of his prop- erty, by moving back some old in their Plant found lfc necessary buildings that were near his new to invest $150,000 to provide dwelling and putting up new homes for their employees. The fencing. He has just completed success 0f jjew Castle caused a large ana commoaious ieea many other towns to follow its barn that gives him ample room example. Mr. Hernley's serv- fnv ofrrlr !tr fZarJv ic por. tainly living at home now and ices have been asked by commer-wi- ll not be bothered any more ' cial clubs in nearly every State, by the high waters of Big Creek, Under his direction, Brazil, Ev-- I must say to my old friend ansville and other indiana cities and neighbor, H. C. Walker, of have succeeded in locating that his old friend portant industries, and Cohort to wit Jo. L. Garnetti Mr. Hernley said that one of of color was in our midst a few the first things they did not do e days ago, and informed us that' was to send for a lot of was nearing the North pole der catalogues. Lack of public and that he would readily accept spirit, he said, would deaden any the proposition from him now to town. Local merchants had o South snd spend the remain- - ways beenactive in such devel-de- r of his days in that warm opment. Any system which and if the proposition , ables them from helping in such was still open for him, the only movements, supporting their for him to do was to simply ,cal newspapers and extending notify' him and he would gather ' credits necessary in growing up his affairs and take off his towns, will result in decreased hat to the flat woods section, step home markets for farm products, down and out, and go to his bet- labor, etc. Lands near a live ter half. Wants to thank Mr. town are worth much more than and Mrs. H. C. Walker again, lands near a dead town. Any for the nice presents they receiv- - rate which would enable the ;ed- from their hands during the government to operate Parcels j'hollidays, and the remainder of Post otherwise than at great loss 'itheir days this gift will be a would be so high as to make it practicable for transporting farm fright spot in their memory. products. Merchants and farmFrom the Nation's Capital. ers prefer to sell goods and products through personal inspection. Washington, D. C 127. Where the farmer might save a Editor News: of goods on ' President Taft has notified few cents carriaSe mail-ordbought from some President Gomez, of Cuba, that house, he would lose much more unless a reign of militarism can through deadening of the town he ayerted there, the American and sending its resources to centers. iGovernment will take charge of large mail-ordThe proposed carriage of parthe island. 3?he National Board of Trade cels by the Government for conj j j mail-or-wJ j al-g- j dis-clima- te ' lo-thi- ng - j ! er er y ers from those of the old world HUBBICH BROS. & WELLENDORFF in its encouragement to liberty of thought and action, equal and The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS exact justice to all. Local mer- will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling chants, he said, should otherwise Floor Coverings of All Kinds. be allowed to retain the advantages nature and their own Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted to the practical display of immense oft stocks efforts and expenditures had given them of their local marCarpets, Rugs and Linoleums kets. For the Governmont to A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for? deprive them of these, he believthe showing of ed, would be class legislation, Lace Curtains and Draperies Agitation, which it was assumed Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our came from the farmers, really Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our came from retail mail-ordbig live store. second-clas- s mail at a cost re- houses. . Though the voice might gardless of distance might be be that of Jacob, the hand was Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, justified by their diffusion of in that of Esau. .To be "progress "" Incorporated telligence necessary for stability live" toward Socialism is not real progress, he claimed; but we of a republic. 522 and 524 West Market St. The present carriage of mer - should seek the "old paths", and Louisville, Kentucky. oppose futher entrance by the chandise up to four pounds of distance was only in- Federal Government into fields cidental; for samples, for infor- of private enterprise. mation purposes, etc. Thi3 has Mt. Carme!. been so abused that it might be more just to transport even mer-- ! chandise under this limit at rates Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Biggs, proportionate to distance. were visiting their daughter, Wholesale and Retail The cheif argument used to Mrs. Russell Edrington, at Cane locate industries in the Central Valley last Friday. Mr. Been Harden, who recent-- 1 West has been that thereby such All Kind., of Plaining Mill Work, Sash, Doors and. Blinds concerns would be nearer the ly married Miss Mollie Pike, has centers of population and mar- gone to housekeeping. We Columbia, Kentucky. v should hope Mr. and Mrs. Harden a u kets. If the Government haul much merchandise at rates prosperous and happy life. Tommie Frost, is now making regardless of distance, there would be little inducement for a j his home with his sister, Mrs. factory to locate or establish a Tom Smith, he is totally blind. The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al branch in the West or South mr. iomunc.oneoiourDesc g Ung year QY $1.5U, congregate men wuu iius uau yntatmuiiia. is Factories would where labor and power are cheap- still confined to his room though est. The proposed system, he we hope to see him out soon. believed, was '.protection to Richard Hubbard, who was home industries" reversed to run down by an automobile in destruction of home industries. Louisville, several weeks back DR. H. W. DEPP, Dertist, "Parcels Post," he said, "is will be home this week. ' Work Guaranteed the entering wedge of Govern J. T. Johnson, a fine old office over PeP,e's Bank- Edmonton, Kentucky. ment ownership and Socialism." (gentleman has returned home It will necessitate large increase from Lebanon where he has been of force and equipment. Its to have an eye treated. P. W. Bridgewater, one of the chief advocates have introduced HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID bills providing for Government best known old men of our comFOR RAW FURS AND HIDES operation of transportation lines, munity is lying dangerously ill at Wool on Commission. Write tor price- list mentioning trite ad. including public highways, "at his home with pneumonia. Mr. lowest possible rates regardless Bridgewater was the first post- - JOHN WHITE & COo LOUISV!LLE,KY. v of distance." If the limit be in- master at Cane Valley and he creased to eleven pounds, why gave it that name. Orb'iary. Mr. Bill Hitch, our noted mil- -' not 1100 pounds? It has been AND REMEDY, said that eleven pounds is the ler and black smith has left us Fredric M. Bradshaw. was CAUSE weight of a gallon of whiskey, and now we are in need of both. born Feb. 29, th 1824, near jug and container. immediate Uncertainty Adair county, Ky., Re- - futiirp ic 1nnfcpr1 of the manv men iinnn hv Sparkesviile. Advocacy of Government en-- ( moved with his parents, Eligah 0f affairs, as a blockade to enter- bus trancelinto express-carryin- g and Mary Bradshaw t o Russell prise and business prosperity, and followed, he iness is naturally Miss Clara Rowe, daughter of county when about four years this blockade is now quite apparent the channels of trade. said by Socialistic demand for its Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rowe, has old. Died near Fonthill in said The Presidential Election; the ownership and operation of been very sick but is better at county Jan. 19 1912. Age 8 7 efforts of Congress with no fixed purpose; Organized Labor as a new telegraph lines, telephones, rail - this writing. years and ten days, factor in politics; together with roads, coal mines, etc. Indibegan a meeting at He was married to Louisa J. other matters of greater or less Rev. Scott import, represent at this time a vidualism, initiative and Antioch last Monday. Rexroat, This union was blessed chaotic conflict of separate interwould disappear under Born, to the wife of Albert with ten children. His wife and ests, to harmonize which is now the problem before the country. such paternalism and bureau- Brun.mett, on the 22nd, a daught- all but three of the children All want Prosperity, Peace and cracy, Goverment conduct of er. him to the other shore. Plenty. Read with care the Cinbusiness is more . costly and He professed a hope in Christ cinnati Enquirer, a journal that Miss Frances Rowe is on the prints all the news each day from wasteful than private operation. in earley manhood and united every commercial center throughsick list. Regulation, not operation.should A barometer of world. Mrs. Etta Garmon is on th with Baptist church at Friend- out the causes" and effects that points out, be had. ship. sick list. as a Beacon Light, the danger and Many factories are moving out the safeguard therefrom. He was in the constitution of As well known, the Daily Enof the large cities to towns and Coomer & Gowen, our tobacco smaller cities where living con- dealers, are buying all the to- the Salem church in 1867, in the quirer is the largest in size and highest priced paper in the United ditions produce improved types bacco that they canget, and pay fellowship of which he died. He States, yet cheapest, measured by left an only sister, two sons, one quality and quantity. of citizenship, hev argued, and ing from 3 to 7cts. The Weekly Enquirer, with the Mr. H. S. Wheeler, who owns daughter, and quite a number of cream and digest of all the news, Parcels Post would stop this movement of decentralization. the Matthew Sparks property, at friends and great grand children able and conservative editorials, market reports, methods and reIt would blight the efforts of live this place, concluded the other to mourn their loss. sults from Government and State industrial organizations for town day that he had more room to He was stricken with paraly- Experiment Stations, veterinary development. For the Govern- his house than he wanted, and sis some years ago tnd has been matters, People's Forum, choice literature, short and continued storment to place the propucts of cut off 10 feet of his ell room, confined to his home most of the ies, sermons, general information, etc., with the exclusion in old- - and has about twelve orfourteen time since. factories of all matters of scandal and imsettled communities into the rooms left. He was a good citizen, a kind morality, is today the Cleanest g markets of the Central West at Roy Garmon had a father, a true and tried friend, Weekly Family Journal obtainable. issue is alone worth the same price as charged to Thursday. He had several and we believe a true christian, Eachyear's subscription. the once of a local industries, many of which hands and plenty of every thing and that he is now in the paraSolicitors for subscriptions make struggling for a j g00fj to eat. a handsome profit and increase the are new and dise of God. May we all meet good influence of The Enquirer in foothold, vwould rebuke the pio crit James and familv rnnvpd him there. A the uplift of morality and industry, neer spirit and punish local en- from this place to Rugby, last and for the betterment and welfare E. Z..Waltors. of the community. For terms write terprise. Fonthill Ky. Thursday. to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, He did not believe this to be a People are very busy burning Wanted, at the Myres .feed Mill, you true function of the United' plant beds for another tobacco Send us $1.25 and we will send Th qood corn, Will pay the highest mark- the Weekly Cincrnnati .Enquirer and et price. States Government. Ours diff- - crop. News one year each. tf j er j $ ( Sandusky $ & Co. , j j ; LUMBER J j . PAINLESS Dentistry at PAINLESS Pricess FURS AND HIDES i ! Mon-tpeli- er ; tjt self-relian- ce pro-ced- ed non-sectari- an well-establish- j barn-raisin- I j i son-in-la- w. U&f 7f !