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T G Hadley 65 acres joins G W Coffey tax and cost 3pa Hamnnns 100 acres joins F A Lewis tax and cost Miss Sam E Yates 182 acres joins Robt Johnson tax and cost G NUMBtK 14 -- L THE GREEN COUNTY R. R. DEBT. Surprise Dinner. ZACH DARNELL DEAD. AT THE PARSON'S i, 6 IT WOODMEN OF Rev. S. P. Stapp, who lives with his mother, Mrs. Cinda Stapp, near Roy Mr. Bingham Moore and Ky., was given a surprise birthday din- The End Came at 6 p. m., Last ner by his many friends, in honor of his Mary Hancock Married Last Wednesday Evening. Much Speculation as to the Final 27th., birthday, on the 28th. of January Tuesday Night. The tabic was abundantly supplied Outcome of the Controversy. with every good thing to eat, each fam COUNTY. ily, being represented by a well filled HE WAS WELL KNOWN IN THE BY ELD. Z. T. WILLIAMS. RITES SOLEMNIZED basket, there being about forty persons RAILROAD TAXES FOR MANY YEARS. 5 71 30 09 A 4 66 THE WORLD. Lodge Organized in this Place Last Wednesday Night. A WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 4 Coomer (N R) 32 acres the recent 'proceedings in the Federal Court, there has been much speculation here as to the final result, of the controversy. The Federal Court says that the bonded debt running for more than thirty years, must be paid, and Green county officials say they cannot One Who Was There. pay; thnt levy has b en made, but no one will quality to collect the taxes. Mr. Mc. Goode, who sells a goodly The bond holders are innocent purchasers, but uti account of the condition share of the grocries used by che retale of affairs, we beiieve they would con house in this section of the state, says sent to a compromise, and if they will, that business has began to pick up, and that the prospects are much brighter it should be made. The Court can certainly find a way to than they were a month ago in a busicollect the bonds if the county persists ness way. Mr. Goode is in position to know, and it is to be hoped that this in lefusin- - to pay. For the good of the county, we hope spring will 'see a revival in all lines of that an agreement will be reached, and trade. News Journal. the county wiped out of debt. If a On account of present. Af tea every one had indulged, to the fullest extent in the pleasures of the palate, they proceeded to enjoy a few hours in social intercourse, after which they repaired to their respective homes, each expressing themselves, as having enjoyed the day immensely and trusting, that they might have the privilege and pleasure of meeting Rev Stapp in the future on likewise occasions. Mr. Zach Darnell, who lived in the country, died Wednesday Gadberry evening, the 31st, ult. He was about 67 years old, and was a victim of catarrh of the head. The deceased was born and reared in the White Oak precinct, but live-- in the neighborhood where he died many years He was a man of convictions had opinions and freely expressed them Many years ago he made a profession of his faith in Christ, ami lived a con sistent Christian life, his church mem bership beimr in the Baptist church. He was jovial and had many friends. No mean act was ever laid at his door The funeral services were held Thursday, and a great many people, neighbors, were in attendance. l Tuesday evening the 30th., Mr. Moore arid Miss Mary HanBingham cock, both of Cane Valley, drove into Columbia, and to the residence of Eld. Z. T. Williams, where they were quietly married. The groom is a son of the late Dr. C. D Moore, and is a popular young man in the neighooroood where he was reared. The bride is a daughter of Dr. and was quite a Mrs. N. M. Hancock, an tavonte with the people of her home town. We have not learned of the plans of the young couple, but presume they witl reside at oane Valley. They have the best wishes of a large circle ot Iriends I joins G H Nell tax and cost Hulet Coomer 80 acres joins J. P Compton tax and cost V. E. Dudley 39 acres joins M England tax and cost L. C England 35 acres joins Mrs. J R England tax and , 4 65 FOURTEEN 4 13' CHARTER MEMBERS. cost Drucilla Gowen 120 acres joins J. O. Moore tax and cost H B. James 30 acres joins F W Page tax and cost A Keen 103 acres joins J A Diddle tax and cost Marshal Roach 72 acres joins C B Sexton tax and cost W. L Sneed 122 acres joins D C Whee er tax ana cost J B Sexton (N R) 72 acres joins T Wheeler tax and cost Mary A Simpson 120 acres joins J M Shive tax and cost G A Shirley 12 acres joins W Hamilton tax and cost J no Sneed Sr 125 acres joins J W Sneed tax and cost J G Smith 50 acres juins W B Smith tax and co-- r Geo Smitn 70 acres joms S I 5 19 4 12 6 37 10 71 6 90 6 83 4 66 4 12 4 91 4 92 A lodge of W odmeu of the World was organized here last Wednesday night with fourteen charter members. It is a benevolent and insurance order and is a strong institution. The starting of this lodge makes two Woodmen organizations in Columbia, the Modern Woodmen of America having been at work for tne past two years, and at this time has a large membership New Place Of Business. The business house formely occupied 3 06 the Citizens Bank, will be used as a - can be so much DEATH OF MR made, compromisedry goods store and will be occupied by 6 77 could be paid yearly until the bonds who will remove men are satisfied ROBERTS. Mr Henry Ingram, wholesale building his stock from the Ty lor county is in the same condi5 19 the Isst of this vveek. Counters and tion and shesbould make a settlement shelving have been put in the bank in like manner as mentioned above. She Was the Wife of Newton Ro- building making it a very attractive 6 19 store room. It will be a much more COLORED IN DISTRICT NO t berts, a Prominent Lady of x ound Party. convenient place, as Mr Ingram has RHERIFF SALE OF LAND FOR SALE Luther Emanri 35 acres Pellyton. been doing business off the square. joins Milt' England tax and A pound pariy was given at the On Monday March 4th, 1912, at the cost 4 01 residence ol uir. and Mrs. J D. Jones, Every body be at the Parlor Circle Couit house Door m Columbia, Ky (the Joh Taylor 50 acres joins of Pellyton, last Saturday mght. MANY FRIENDS ATTENDED FUNERAL. this (Tuesday) night. Tne show will same being the first day of a regular Strong Hill tax and cost 4 13 A large crowd was present, the tabu-wa- s open term of the Adair County court) at 1 nicely spread with cakes and fruits. WHITES IN DISTRICT NO u o'clock p. m or thereaoout, 1 will offer After supper the crowd the The people of Pellvton, this county, Geo W Blankenship 2 acres for sale to the higneat bidder lor cash iss-- s iparlor where Alta and Effie are i the deepest sympathy with Mr. Monday week circuit court will n hand tracts joins W S Hindman tax the following Thomas, of Decatur, rendered some Newton Roberts, and cost 3 75 who lost his beloved commence at lamestown. A few days of land or a sufficiency thereof to satisnice music Alter which the crowd was W P Edward (N-- R) 30 acres wife one day last week. She was of the first ween a representative of fy the tax and cost due for the year cntei tamed by Misses Maggie Rubaits joins S N Keltner tax and about thirty years old, popular with this paper wM be in attendance. He 1911 by the following named persons and Daisy orton, until the late hour, cost 3 06 every body; and will be greatly missed. desires ro see all the old friends of the whn ail departed for homesayi g they She was a victim of pulmonary trouble payer and to make the acquaintance of it Claud Gains (N-100 acres WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 1. had a good time joins Waller Morru-o- n A. large circle tax of friends attended the many new ones Persons who want to Fannie Beards heirs 113 acres and cost . 4 66 subscribe for the Nfws or give otders funeral joins G, F Knifley tax and- shocking Sounds W H Parson 330 acres joins for job work should make it a point to cost ? 10 48 In the earth are sometimes heard be Lucy Kemp (bal) tax and see him play-rigJ. W. Bault 8 acres joins P Mr. E Iraund Day, an actor and fore a terrible ea thquake. that warn cost 2 12 6 77 recently died in New York City Barnett tax and cost of the coming peril Nature's warnings We will pay 30e perjlozen for eggs WHITES IN DISTRICT NO. 6 J F Bottoms heirs 95 acres are kind Tnatdull pain or ache in the where he was popular in thearitical cir- in merchandise this week. joins J. Emmett tax and Mrs Mary Cor bin GO acres back warn? you tne Kidneys need at cles The wife of Mr. Day was Miss PatRussell & Co. , joins T I Smiih 4 66 cost 5 IS tention if you would those ty Chandler, whose mother is Mrs Lou L B Cox Sr., 50 acres joins T Mrs Elisabeth Cooluy 53 acres Chandler Montgomery, who was bon dangerous maladies Dropsy, Diabetes vlr Ray lowers, has purchased of 7 26 joins B F Thomas , tax and Ford tax and cost or Bright's diseases. Take Electric and reared in Columbia and who. if Mr. J A. English his one half interest L Curry 90 acres joins W Cor she is living, is a very intellectual cost 5 18 Bitters at once and' see backache1 fiy 6 13 Ed Cundiff (N-- R) bin tax and cost 25 acres woman, a strong writer, who has con- in the grocery store which has been run and all your best feelings return " My over the firm name, Beck & English, C T Hrrrison 2& acres joins G joins M I Ellis tax ?nd cost 4 65 son received great benefit from their tributed m:my articles to leading mag 1 town lot 3 91 Ike Dixon (N-Dickson taxes and cost azines. The last time we heard of her and he is now at his p!ac of business. use for kidney and bladder trouble." in Coburg tax and cost Her Mr Flowers is a popular young man Mrs L Light 26 acres joins 3 05 writes Peter South Kockwood. she was als.i living in New York Wingle tox and cost Day in Louisville and he cordially invites his friends 3 06 S L Hartfield (N-R- ) 100 acres Mich, It is certainly a great kidney daughter married (r. throughout the county to cab and see James Larrison 31 acres joins joins Willie Smith tax and medicire " Try it 50c at Paull Diug Co. Mrs Day's father, who is dead, was him. j Mr. Jas. E. Chandler, of Campbelsviile 4 13 P Talbot tax and cost cost 7 30 H C Harmon 47 acres joins 0 acres J II. Nance (N-- R) joins H Chandler tax and Wm Curry tax and cost John Henry Hurress, a white man 5 71 CAUGHT CASEY. IN THE LAND. cost 3 62 Guss Duvall 1 town lot in was arrested by Deputy sheriffs Frank THIEVES 11 54 Cane Valley tax and cost and Mike Winfrey last Tuesday night Matthew Overstreet 246 acres E C Page 2 acres joins J R and lodged in jail. H-- was arrested on B Watson tax and joins E Rice tax and cost 12 07 8 25 cost ( Hal) Will HendricKson, Indicted for Mi- - a capias and will have to serve about Mr. Robert Conover Loses Three COLORED LIST IN DISTRICT NO 6 one hundred days, as we are informed .John Overstreet 9 acres joins licious Shooting Arrested in At the same time a negro man, named E Watson tax and co3t 4 39 Zella Johnson 1 lot in Cane Hundred Pounds of Good Jones, was arrested and locked up, . 4 12 Rhoda Rainwater 200 acres Valley tax and cost Casey County, Tobacco. charged with whipping his wife. joins J Scott tax and cost 4 91 M L Johnson (N-acre J T Thompson 10 acres joins joins C Johnson tax and J K Matherly tax and cost 5 19 cost 2 53. Bank Election. AND IS NOW LANGUISHING IN JAIL. ' Henry Johnson (N-IDENTITY OF THE THIEF UNKNOWN. T P Williams 81 acres joins acre II H Perkins tax and cost 8 89 2 21 joins F Allen tax and cost The Bank of Columbia elected the J. W. Wood 35 acres joins J Mina Massie heirs 1 lot in Our readers wul remember that we following officers for the ensuing year. Woodrum tax and cost 5 19 2 80 Cane Valley tax and cost reported that Will Hendnckson. of It seems that the thieves have got it . W. W. Jones, President, NO 1 COLORED IN DISTRICT Susan Marshall (N-10 color, sh t several times at Leonard in for Mr. Robert Conover. A short R. F. Paull, Vice President. acres joins J W Vaughan Wooten. near Sparksville, then made time ago he lost quite a number of John McWhorter 40 acres Jas Garnett, Vice President. S 89 joins G. White tax and cost 4 12 tax and coat his escape At the last term of the nushels of wheat, but the thief was John W. Flowers, Cashier. H H Shively 5 acres joins J J I femith 74 acres juins J G Adair circuit court he was indicted for Jo S. Knifley, Asst. Cashier. caught, and is now serving a term in 4 13 Burns tax and cost Groves tax and cost 9 95 malicious shooting the penitentiary Last week on going r. W. R. Squires. Last week a report came here that to hi ban. Mr Conover discovered JIUECTORS. WHITES IN DISTRICT N) 2 WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 7 he was in Casey county. Sheriff Pat that about three hundred pounds of his W. W. Jones. Jas Atchley 70 acres joins T D S Beard 2 acres join B Burteson started Deputy Sheriff Oliver finest tobacco hart been stolen. To the R. F. Paull. 9 05 J. Brockman tax ano cost Willis after him, and after a two day's 4 15 ton tax and cost perpetrator of this deed there is no las Garnett. S. Burton 63 acres joins G hunt he was caught and returned to T. P. Dunbar. Garfield CuJiner 20 acres oins clde, at this time, though diligent J. 7 49 Burton tax and cost Adair countv, and is now in jail. lie 5 51 Clay Moure tax and cost search has been made Every effort John W. Flowers. Robt Burton 10 acres joins K ' in custody will probably remain ; should be made to run until LV Hall 2 acres joining S H down the thief Burton tax and cost 3 S6 75 the next term of Circuit court. Vlitchell tax and cost Mr. W. E. Bradshaw, of this place, or thieves, as it is more than likely that S L Chappell 60 acres joins L T N at 15 acres joins Mrs there is an organized band of pilferers has accepted a position with the Cum8 28 .Ino Greer tax and cost .6 22 Hudson tax and cost berland Grocery Company, and he is who are getting their living by stealing. C E Grentry 15 acres joins W COLORED LIST IN DISTRICT, NO 7 Marriage Licenses. now on the road. He will make reg4 12 H. Conover tax and cost Sallie Banker J acre joins M Who Preaches XextSnnda. ular trips to see the merchants Melvin 0 Hardwick 46 acres 2 27 The following marriage licenses were through"ou 'his section, and feels sure Waggener tax and cose joins Nath Goodin tax and Columbia, Rev. J. R. Crawford. issued from the Adair county clerk's that he has inducements for them. J B Lucus 1 acre joins J T Page 6 26 5 71 cost Columbia, Eld Z. T. Williams. office during the month of January. Ed Waggener 4 acres joins Howell & Paxton (N R) 150 Columbia, Rev.s J. W. Weldon. 4 65 Frank McClure tax and cost Walter Arnold and Lillie Mae HardDr. Woodruff J. Flowers, who octax and cost acres .4 12 W H Wade (N-- R) Zion, Rev. D. H. Howerton. . 4 acres en. L Montgomery 17 acres joins. cupied the lront room of the News ' 2 64 joins A Williams W. A Stotts and Nora Monto-omerbuilding, has removed his office to the 6 77 A J Combest tax and cost Dr. R Y. Hindman and I. aura F Fon Sale One Oliver Chilled plow, T W Montgomery . 60 acres WHITES IN DISTRICT, NO 7 A up stairs rooms in the new Paull Drug Herriford good as new. Company building. joins TO Wheat tax and 1 town tot ColumG. A. Pmith and Lutie Mae Barger. A Goff Bros., Columbia,. Ky. ; 4 65 " cost . 12 95 14-Bengham Moore and Mary Hancock. bia tax and cost Mr G. W. Coffey and Mrs. Mollie M.I McQueary 2 acres joins ' 1 town lot in Co- Edwin Hurt 3 81 B Barton tax and cost Rev. J R. Crawford, will preach at Helm were married at Montpelier last 8 47 mmbia tax and cost Mr. S D. Barbee, has purchased of Dora Rt dford 50 acres joins the Union Presbyterian church next Sunday morning by Rev , G. M. Deen-eParson Bros 1 town lotinCo-lumbi- a ' 4 39 R. K Young the farm, known as the G Grant tax and cot Sabbath Feb. 11th, at 11 a m. In tr.e tax and cost , 4" 88 ' Yarberry farm, located near Cheatham J P Tarter 25 acres joins J J evening he will occupy the pulpit in 1 town lot C R Payne (N-- R) All accounts made with Ballard & bridge, and posession will be given at 5 19 Helton tax and cost town and will continue his Sunday 9 22 in Columbia tax and cost Miller before January 1st 1912 are now i once. The consideration was in the TU White G8 acres joins J evening talk on Genesis. Theme Abra1. town-lo- t Sam Shreve (N-- R) owned by A. H. Ballard and are now in neighborhood of $2,000. Mr. Barbee's Tarter tax and cost ,6 25 ham The Friend of God in Columbia tax and his hands for collection. Please call on son, Sam, will remove to the farm. 6 51 cost WHITES IN DISTRICT NO 3 and settle same without further Born, to the wife of Robert Fletcher, him Ballard & Miller. COLORED IN DISTRICT NO 7 A Bakerton, Jan 29th, a son, James Gar-aet- t. notice. Monday was County' Court A fair Everlan Cundiff 50 acres This child was named on day 4 12 Tom Lester 1 town lot in Co- ioines P Nelson tax and cost Born, to the wife of A. A. Miller, on crowd in town, several stock men, and the November election, nearly , three the 29th ult, a daughter; weight 10 I a number of mules changed hands, Amanda Gifford 27 acres joins Lumbia tax and cost 4 65 of Months, before it came into existance. A. D. Patteson, S. A. C 7 04 Loy tax and cost pounds. Jas prices ruling high. by di.-crid-ed until they oecome excited. Last Friday morning the fire alarm was sounded, coming from the residence oi Dr. U. L. Taylor. As soon as the bell Wilson tax and cost tapped people swarmed out of business F S Wooten 23 acres joins F houses and in tnree minu'es'more than Bridge v.iter tax ami cost a hundred persons were at the scene Harriett Yarberry 100 acres. toiearn thtt it was only a flue burning j ins L M Janes tax and out. cost You are in never kno.v how many people to'n It affords me pleasure to say to those, who need glasses, that Dr. Alper, a specialist, Wno has been with Mr S. N. Hancock, for several weeks and whose advertisement appears in this issue, knows his business and is in position to give the very t service I freely make the above statement since he has fitted glasses for two of my children. b-- C S. Harris. Married in KentucKy. At the horns of the Sear Russe lvilte. Ky , Mr. of Clinton, Mo., was married 10 Miss Mattie Flowers. Mr Turk is a native of Multown, Adai ouuty, Ky , and a son of Dr. J. G. Tuik. Miss Flowers visited the family of Mrs. Elizabeth yie two years age, and met many of our people Mr. and Mrs. Turk left for Clinton, Vio , near which p ace they will reside This is the reason of the ear whes mothers feel very much concerned over the frequent emda contracted ty their children, and hav.- - abundant reason lor us as every coid weakens the lungs towers the vitai . ,.n-- pavns the way for the more s?nuua diseases that so'' oft-- n follow. iJnamberlaiii's Ut.uw-Remedy i famu for its cures, and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Paull Drmj Co . h Jan 31st. J. S Turk, to-w- R) ht, e that havi pu sd through Columbia wre not la ne but in very good condition While hogs are reported in Aduir county, a grat - Deen niv. ts. bougnt and shipped in few m-tn- v t-i- - week. Thoe -- R) MAC COLLINS DEAD. When a You ig Was Well-know- n. Man He Was a m Citizen of Adair Umnty ana i MANY RELATIVES IN RUSSELL COUNTY, R) Editor News: On Jan. 21. 1912, my mother, Louisa R) K) iiok-keepe- which occurred at Sweet Water, Teas, Jan. 1, 11)12. His death was due to pneumonia. Had he lived till Jan 17cn he would have been 89 yeais old. He was for many years a resident of Adair county, Ky., and wdl known to many Adair county citizen-- . Although he left Kentucky when I was nut a small boy. I remember hirn as a man of a strong character true to his convictiona.never afraid to speak his sentiments to any x one. Peace to his memory. His Nephew, W. T. Shelby. Esto, Ky. Srtlby, received the sal intelligence of tile deatfcxof her brother, Mac Collins, yu wdi Hnd Chamber-lam- 's Liniment excellent. It allays the pain, remove-- , the o.enes, an.l soon restores the part to a healthy condition. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by PauM Drug Co. For a sprain Eor Sale. 55J acres of land 8 miles East of Columbia. Frank Smith. Garlin Ky. 14 1c 2t r. 1 ' " H Afe The Government has allowed Mr. P. Bridgfrwstar, of this county, $220. ued war. tau it that it was- - for provender' oy soldiers' stocic during the Civil ' f G R. Williams purchased of Sam S. Williams a 100 acre farm, lying on Gieen river, for 81,830, and is now in possession. a For Sale . Old Buggies and HarneaB.lJ Goff Bros., Columbia, Ky. ife." -- ' & I N. 14 It . t V v . A THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS to look lively. of the upper house." Knifley. While the use of electric lightSenator Scott has fought for Bros, have bought house has some disadvantages exWolford This has been the worst Democraticy in Metcalfe country about $2000, worth of timber periments are being made that a number of years and no man weather for January the writer from the Chelf Bros., and ar did to remove present for obsticles. stands higher among his own has ever experienced in Ky., now planting their mill here getA method for removing the people. He is a good lawyer, since he has been a citizen of ting ready for sawing. cardon from coal tar, producing fearless in the discharge of his the State a space of 31 years. Joe L. Beard SDld 93 hog3 to a clear, transparent goldea Mr. W. J. Bottom, has sold his duty, and possessed of a liberal J. C. Durham & Bro, of liquid, has been perfected brown store of good, plain sense. His farm to B. W. Sherrell. Conthe a few days ago for 5 by Sweadish chemists. proving at this writing. ple by the Democratic party. district which is made up of sideration $2100 and will remove cents per pound. He also sold As the Chinese calendar , to 111., in the near future Born to the wife of Willie Good-incen- Barren, Metcalfe and Monroe, It has nearly been a half Jan., 24th. a 10 pound son. Mr. Cle Bottom and family, one milch cow to John H. Goode month is more regular than ours is naturally Republican, but Mr. Ala-batury since the name of an alternating between tvventy-nireturned the 19 from 111., last for $35. Joe is a good trader. Born to the wife of Oscar ian has been mentioned in Scott won by a handsome majorHard wick, Jan., 28th. a girl. Fridaj , where they have been Every bo ly here is delighted and thirty days. Presidency, ity and further political honors connection with the That the "only child" geta too making their home for some with the bridge that spans Green Mr. S. L. Williams, will sing and the people of this State are will co ne to turn. Franklin at the Goodin school house, evtime. river at Ne itsville, an are will - much attention statistics aaem? iroused to a high pitch of en- Favorite. ery Saturday night and Sunday. prove. Of a hundred. onL Jt Hesekiah Lanehart, of Ind,, isjing and ready to he'p distinguished Mr. Ben Robinson and wife, thusiasm for the recently examined here on a visit to see relatives 'Other bridges tnat are ned-a- i in ichilbren flight Photography. visited the family Congressman from the Ninth from Absher, the county, but especially theoie eighty seven were found t be and friends. of F. J. Hardwick, last Satur- District. Let all Democrats sign Mr. J. W. Absher and wife, that is so badly needed across nervous. In an article. on outdoor photoday and Sunday. the petition for the purpose of visited A. C. Wheeler and fami- Casey Creek, near Plum Point. Laconics from ihe JcffrsoRBian Mr. Carlo Bryant bought a organizing an Underwood Club. graphy at night, a writer in the There were two balloon assen-tion- s good milk cow from Frank Abrell, February Woman's Home Com- ly last Sunday. Montgomery (Ala ) Journal. Presidential canidates give Mr. Walter Arnold and Lillie here last night that made for $36. panion makes the following in M. Harden, drove to Rev. John the heavens look bright as days their managers as much trouble Gone to Rest. Mr. Bob Young and family, of terestmg report. T as prima donas dfc C. J J T: mil. lUbb Columbia, passed through here Movement across the field of "lces" 1i. ounuay uan. 4iui, ami Some of the citizens thought the Many a man had a firm pirch last Friday enroute to Eunice. first one was an, airship. carried. On the 17th. of January the view of any object or person were on the water wagon fell off durThe Archibald Wheel Co., has death angel visited the home w,i,;i r fv, nvnn:,.i..n . n;nn.nn: Mr. J. T. Hancock, is a citi ii i i )' Parcels Post First. The ing the recent cold spell. opened up work at Neatsburg, of Mr. and Mrs. Whit Keltner, will do no harm, so Inng as the zen of our town occupying the counsel of wisdom prevails in and are doing a good business. Cuba is developing more and and claimed for his own their movement is continuous and not Jack Morcran Dronertv. jl yj r rf f Or f in ueciueu . Mot, n,,nA;fP m . "aB1""SLU" 1t . M.o The infant of Mr. Willie Good- little Nellie aged 12 years. She "'' h postpone w"" the present more the political trick3 and ' Ihus, in mak- for in, is quite sick. AU1 "Cl I1UU,L iei general cussedness of these was sick about two weeks before ing a street-sceano account iaailuul-it..e idea of taking over the good old Mr. G. F. Pike, who has been the end came, being a victim tof need be taken of thelpedestrians re Haute' Ind- - the midd!s : U. S. A. telegraph service of the country in bad health for sometime, is brain fever. She leaves a father, if they do not stp in front of Iast week Here's where some American ifc a branch of the l30St improving. Mr. O. G. Henderickson and to make mother, two sisters and five the lens for any length of time. " Queen fathers save money ' office business every where' brothers, to mourn their loss! The same applies to horses and family, passed through here Mary", of Britan, doesn't William Randolph Hearst. Tne struggle is on for an ex- Nellie died on the 17th., carts, but automobiles, street- Saturday enroute for W. P. Dil like American women. The return of William Ran- Littlle tension of the parcel post system lingham's. Bryan's interview in "TheOut-look-" dolph Hearst to the Democratic about 11 a. m., and on the 18th., cars, or any vehicle which carso that it may be of as much atk, p. m., she was laid to rest ries a light of any kind, must be Mr. W. B. Hovious and L. R party carries with it a powerful doesn't mean a great deal rihaf opiiu a jlcw uojo ;ill To,,;, sen.jw- as it is in foreign coun in the Jackson cemetery. Weep kept out of the picture. jjuuij' vn.li. cQnf o tam When Mr, Hearst is the influence. tries no more civilzed than the Out it is doubtful if he got $1 not parents for little Nellie is at you see any such lighted moving ville last week. per word for it. owner and publisher of great Why not have a bridge, across United States. It is best to have rest. She can never return to us object about to cross your field The Socialists have a harder newspapers in New York, BosCasey's creec at the Hancock jthat battle fought ought out wth road to travel in the West now go to her if we only of view, you will cap the lens ton, Chicago, San "Francisco and but we can the express companies and a with his clientele which runs into trust in Jesus He will take us to very gently, so as not to disturb ford we can get one if we will comparatively few tradesmen they had before the McNamara, confession. millions, through his paper he that home where Partings never the position of the camera and all work in union. The coli weather has nut a before undertaking so large a A Friend. then uncap it when the disturbLetter writing isn't the onexercises a greater influence than come check on the egg crop in thisjPiece of business as that of the ly thing that gets Mamie Rogers. ing lights are gone. any other one man:in the United the political telegraph, or even the consider . section candidate into trouble, but i t States. He is a fearless and! Bloody Louisville. Alf. Chandler, wi'l move his atl0n of lt' looms largest as trouble maker. bold fighter and he has never In the rush and hurry of modsaw mill in the near future toj Cen' Hitchcock is anxious to yet directed j his paper against The Evening Post pnblishes ern life do we think as much as One has to consult the daily Taylor Co., on the Elkhorn" and make a reputation in office that men prominent in public lifethe followiug summary of crimes we might of the happiness of papars latest edition, before pike, to saw 500,000 will long stand out for excellence who are growing old. Mannsville has not proven the of oleliCB during a single those that he one knows whether China is a feet for the Campbellsville lum- but it is possible to attempt too Republican against them and in the)end in Louisville: They have lost so much! Their or an Empire. much at once Tnere is a wide ber Co. majority of the instances has Frank Hopewell shot and kill. youth, often their health, most Texas has sffered from the exThere has been very little land difference of opinion about the of the friends and companions driven them from public life. He ed Mrg Mndred Boggess. aggerated reports sent out of the turned this fall and winter for policy of government operation of has not onlygbeen.a most relentpublic utilities, including the tel recent mentingitis epidemic, and James Winburn stabbed Tom who started with them on life's next years crop. journey, and yet we often grudge less foe against grafters and cor- - McQuaid. Perhaps fatal, a law has been passed punish It is reported that Mr. J. B. egraph. No goverment permits rumor morguages. to ruptionists.but has'always been Charles Gdetz accused of strik-th- e them the brightness any joy we the mail service to be in private might so easily put into their Grant has got the mail route hands- most persistent and intelli- - jng wjfe over head witb poker, A threatened massacre in PeAPart from thafc the from this place to Golumbia for gent fighter against trusts and jonn J. Hennessy shot by lives. We will not stay to hear United States has not engaged in king was slated to happen just the next four years. monopolies. Had he been nomi-joscthe recollection of old and happy .Mason. May!die. business to compete with before the arival of U. S. troops Miss Lillie Wheeler, is spend-lan- y ' nated for President when Judge and may be there will be plenty , Highwaymen hold lup three days which they love to tell us; V,o oion ixraar - PHVate enterprise. cr Parker was named the party !men. Another Sunday shooting we let them see so plainly that f WOrk for the Red Gross Co3- If the country could have the Mrs. J. W. Absher near Absher would not have suffered the over- - found jts way n che 'print their day is over, and ours, has 0h welI when vou read of the services of a Hitchcock indefinite- Ky. defeat it sustained. day and should be added to this come! That those who have ly it might safely undertake al-- ! fchousands per cent devidend per .. He has been pictured in this jst. borne the burden and heat of most any business, but he is week of those Chicago pork pack- Casey Creek. part of the countryas a rich man Up in "Bloody Breathitt" they the day, toiled and struggled and mortal, while hunger for office ers you can'c bIame em for hold" buying his are fondof saying that Jackson, worn themselves out for others, unable to write but Born to the wife of Ben Hum by the inefficitnt, and their in-- on t0 such a lead pipe cinch' can talent. That has been exploded. known far and wide as ''the city should be left to feel lonely and phress, Jan. 21, a girl. .efficient, and their success in can you. We can His campaign for Governor of sudden death," is no worse neglected in sorrow. Mc. C. Goode, of Campbells-- ! getting office, is eternal. The Ella. against Heghes demonstrated his than Louisville or Lexington, and ought, each and all, in our ville, was on business here one telegraph must be regardrd as remarkable ability as a speaker The own place and way, do some- day last week. , There Lis a difference. not yet witnin the field of practi- Health of this community is and he has given multiplied evi- - prominent citizens of a bluegrass thing to bring the glow of sum Mr. E. A. Strange of Glens- - cal politics.- - Buffaalo (N. Y.) good except some have colds. dence of all sorts of sense and or beargrass city are not in the mer and the remembrance of the fork is teaching a winter school News. The birthday dinner at Mr. ability. The News is glad to see dangerof death that menace the days of roses and love into the here. Fush Pikes was enjoyed by all Mr. Hearst back in the Demo-- j prominent citizens of'a mountain lives fast nearing their winter Do we ever stop to think, we who were present. Miss Heistan Cunningham who' eratic party and on the firing line, town, where prominence is more and their end. Mr. Clay Buck, made a flying has been in school at Bowling' wonder.how blessed are the quiet This summer and fall his batter-- 1 dangerous than "obscurity. But Green, for several months, is days the days when nothing trip to Sano, a few days ago. ies will be most effective for the highlands, the bluegrass and The joint commitees of the now at home sick of Typhoid happens! There is no illness to Mr. Irvin Holt and wife, are Democratic success. E Town! the "pond settlements" are Kentucky House Senate on Fire give anxiety, no business bur visiting at Calvery, this week. fever. .News, about alike in that they do little insurance decided to report but, Wheat is looking fairly good in A good horse belonging to dens or troubles to disturb, discourage crime, and leave favorably House Bill 62 and Sento on the contrary, there is the de this community. All Foa Underwood. Peti- undone much that tends to en- ate Bill 21, the bills which create George Chelf by some unknown lightful consciousness that all is Mr. J. B. Abrell, was in town means one day last week got tions are being circulated in courage it. an insurance commissioner with one home and before us one day last week on business. of his front legs broken and well in the Montgomery for the purpose of As long as convictions are as power to fix rates charged by fire the. promise of a peaceful day. Mr. Henry Pike is preparing organizing an Underwood Club, rare as they are in Kentucky insurance companies. The bill had to be killed. no condition of life for a large tobacco crop, clearWe know of Mr. E. E. Sanders and wife, and the Journal would like to see there will be plenty of killing. is to be charged, as reported by that brings more pleasure than ing and burning plant beds. the name of every voter signed And dark and bloody Louisville, the commitee, so as to give the have just returned from Camp- this, or that should fill the heart to it. We are all for Underwood where convictions are nearly as Auditor instead of the Governor bellsville and vicinity, where more full of gratitude. Ajiy business man would be and as Alabama is his home, we rare as in Jackson, will continue the power to name the commis- they have been visiting friends horrified at the suggestions that and relatives. should give him unanimous sup- to have a record. Frankfort sioners. he would ruin his boy by neglect, The Roundup. . port. Mr. Wilburn Wolford who has News. The committee was in session that his absorption in business The- annual crush of cotton would Mr. Underwood is one of the been in school at Campbellsville for several hours and heard ar. result in the undoings of has returned seed in this country is now near- his own son. But oest'known men in the country guments for and against the bill, Jforseveral .weeks Judge Scott. it is the easjana" his popularity is increasing. iest thing in the world to forJeit several insurance representatives home and will enter school here ly four millions tons. "Saate "Senator Scott, of the "This is gratifying to his Alabama Glasgow district, is fast develop- appearing before the committees Business of all kind has been Secret societies of Yale Uni- a boy's conff dence, It will take and they are being supporters, on the stand still here for some versity own property assessed at only a little snubbing, a ing into a wise Senator said in opposition to the measure. little ' encouraged by the good reports time, due to the cold and inclem- nearly a million dollars. scolding, a little unkind criticism - State poltician yesterday, an upjreceived from other sections of "and those who know the man Wanted, at the Myres e'eal Mill ent weather, but for the past Apples and potatoes when froz. alittle nagging and unreasonablecountry good corn. Will pay the high3t mark few days work has been revived en can be restored to good con- ness to :the shut off forever any intiwill nou be in the least suprised et price. Underwood has be- now things are beginning dition if they are thawed slowly. macy between you and your boy- Since Mx r and to see him take high rank among tf come the majority leader of Congress he has shown the people Health of this community is his ability in such a way as to not very good at this writing. convince them he is made of the Weare having cold rainy weath- material to make a good Presier now and the roads are in a dent. He has handled the combad condition. plicated situation in Congress in Miss Fannie Neat, who has a courageous manner and has been sick for sometime, is im- kept pledge made to the peoElla. Solon? v the Camp-bellsvili- e, n: n, 1 i I ;.-- hy V ii ' i i i i-- ! self-.Ilummat- eJ. e, ,"""; 1C1-- " I 1f V " V fr v v - - - j i I eat ! ! A. - j , i j ' ' , ! ; week-charg- es J i ar ( ,,,,-fV- J j Mon-whelmi- ng ; j . j I , , j I j j j ' i '' - j -- N fv - V - 'M? Js. - r ' T.2 . r i' A. Bfe aU i Inri 3 ADAFR COUNTY NEWS FA&M oil JfijyP' 1& i QMMl am S BY vtf v&Jl At the land show held recently fn Kew York four $1,000 cups for the best wheat, oats, barley and alfalfa were won by Montana farmers, this in competition with the United States and Canada. WORDSWORTH'S RECITATION. Tha Way. the Eng'ish Poet Received Ralph Waldo Emerson. When Emerson, the great American writer, came to England he paid a visit to Wordsworth, says an English magazine. Wordsworth had just re turned from a journey and was in his garden writing a poem on what he had seen. The visitor found the' great poet a white haired, tall, sparely built man, of a rugged, rustic type, with nothing, unless it were the fine eyes, to hint of the poet. Wordsworth made no ceremony over the visit of the man from a far land, but said instantly when he was called to greet him. "If you are interested in my poetry perhaps you wjll like to hear these lines." Emerson politely agreed, and this is what happened. Emerson has himself written the story down for us. The old poet thought for a few moments, then stood forth and repeated with great animation an entire poem he had written. "The recitation." the American phi-- : losopher wrote afterward, "was so un-- ! . worusiuoul'u ior anu surprising Tr 1 worth standing apart and reciting to me in a garden walk, like a schoolboy declaiming that at first I was near to laughing: but. recollecting myself that I had come thus far to see a poet and he was chanting poems to me. I saw that he was right and that I was wrong, and I gladly gave myself up to hear." J- - miiiiiiiiiiiiiititiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiHm, BRAINY Brilliant i. 9 t3r F.E.TR1GG JSEfoTR&LFSir ROGUE RIVER The roots turnips, carrots, parsnips and such which have been put iu the cellar for winter keeping will remain crisp and firm much longer if they are put in boxes and covered with moist sand. They will keep the longer if the cellar is cool. The real merit of a cream separator does not depend upon the cheapness of the price at which it can be secured, but rather upon its durability and the kind of job it does in removing the butter fat from the milk. A good many get caught by the cheap bait and a lit- tie later throw their bargain out on the Inventors Who Reaper! Pitiful Rewards. AMD 9 WW s J l CO J Ssrf' ' DiED IN POVERTY WANT..! OREGON CORRESPOND VALLEY -- .. ESU. SOLICITED CZ- i Some Men oF Genius Who Were Doom ed to End Their Days In Obscurity, While Their Fruitful Ideas Made Millions and Fame For Others. i j 53 :S rr The great Green River Merclian- - B -J M.Wrt ttfc This matter must not be rcpr'nted without specis.1 permission. With proper care ducks will begin laying at five mouths without regard to the time of their being hatched. Data lately published show that about 14.000 families are at present residing on land watered by government irrigation systems. "While there may be greater risk in raising them, a Cock of cockerels at 10 cents a pound live weight are a more profitable proposition than the average hog or steer. A unique experiment in oiling railway tracks was worked out the other day on a transcontinental line when a tank car containing 10.G00 gallons of cocoanut oil sprung a leak and the contents were spilled for a long distance. The dust was laid, but the material used was a bit high priced. the cry put up bj many farmers about the high price of farm machinery resulting from manipulation by the trusts when these same implements are left exposed to the weather in headlands and fence corners with no covering but a few cobwebs. The grand total value of all live stock of the country, including the several kinds of domestic There is ui.guty little consistency in poultry and bees, as reported to the census bureau for 1910, is ?4,S93,000,-00This is an increase of nearly CO per cent over the showing of 1000, when the figures wore $3,075,000,000. 0. ' animals, The idiotic practice still persists of getting pure bred cattle so fat in making them ready for live stock expositions as to virtually ruin them for breeding. The live stock authority or judge who has the nerve and good sense to lead a vigorous revolt against this senseless practice will be entitled to the thanks of every raiser of blooded cattle in the country. Ensilage is coming more and more into favor as a part ration for feeding cattle. A combination that is hard to to thirty pounds of beat is twenty-fiv- e silage, from eighteen to twenty pounds of corn and from two to four pounds of clover hay or alfalfa. Where it is not possible to secure these legumes two or three pounds of oil or cottonseed meal will be a good substitute. Iu a good many states laws recently passed specify what shall constitute official weights for the many products of the soil used in general consumption. Where such laws have been passed it means that the buyer can insist on a fair measure when he buys a given amount Three products of general consumption where the enforcement of the law is likely to make u difference are potatoes, onions and npples. Every thinking horseman knows that it is not whether a collar is soft, but whether it fits, that makes it a good or bad collar. Without question the best collar made today is an iron frame in which there is no leather or padding on the parts touching the shoulder. This reduces perspiration to a minimum and keeps the surface of the skin in a healthy condition. A collar that has to be padded is likely to be either a poor fit or poorly made. As a source of supply for the nitrogen ration needed on the farm a field of alfalfa is preferable to a clover meadow for two reasons. The first is that it is a perennial, not a biennial, as is the clover. This means that it can send its roots deeper into the earth and when once established is much less likely to winter kill or die in a dry spell, as was the case last summer. A second point in favor of alfalfa is that under equally favorable conditions it will yield twice as much hay as will clover. Perhaps it is some- -' what more difficult to get a field of alfalfa started, but it Is worth the ef- fort For those living in the northerly latitudes who have a strawberry bed to carry through the winter for the first time a suggestion will be in place as to protecting it It is well to wait until the ground is frozen firmly, when the bed should be given a covering of clean straw, coarse hay or cornstalks and of sufficient depth to shield from the rays of the sun and keep the bed from alternate thawing and freezing during the winter. If one's locality Is likely to be visited by a killing frost at blossom time the danger may be reduced by allowing the covering to remain on the bed until a couple of weeks after other green things get well started. If the covering is of straw it Is an excellent plan to merely rake it from the plants on to the spaces between the rows, where it will serve as an excellent mulch and keep the berries clean. Xow and a ainatmanisborawhose brain fairly bubbles with inventive -' gemus. New ideas stream from him, j VO j j and all branches of science are masj tered with hardly an effort. juuk pile. Such was Frederic William Martlno, one of those many brilliant Italians Get that boy interested iu raising a who left their native land to seek 3 . prize winning acre of corn in one of fortune ki a foreign country. the several corn growing contests that .Martlno came to England, and his Which he is are being held in many sections of the name is most familiar from the Mar- country and there will be little need y rifle, the breechblock of .. of worrying about his leaving the which was one of his numerous In ' farm. Stated in another way, this 50 :S carried over one off. ventions. means that if the boy finds something It is an irony of fate that Xartino's of real live, up to date interest on the name should go down to posterity 15 lbs for one dollar farm he will stay there. If not he is solely through a warlike invention quite likely to dig out. which he himself thought little of Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 when his greatest work was done in There is little question that the deBest the cause of peace, for Martino was per bbi 4.75 cided improvement in quality of fruit the discoverer of the process for con- EI Second produced the past season by orchards verting basic slag into manure, a dis4.25 S not sprayed was due to the fact that covery which has put millions into the total failure the year previous in Lard and the pockets of German manufacturers, STOVES OF IRON. both to practically all the territory east of the but from which he himself, it Is give Rockies made the propagation of They Superseded the Roman Stuba In stated, never reaped a penny. wire wire worms and to quite an extent the The fluted rib for umbrellas, a new the Eighteenth Century. fence Lowest Prices. spread of fungous pests impossible. ' A heating apparatus called a "stuba" j Preess for the extraction of nickel It illustrates nicely the well known (stove) was widely used among the, frora its ore. a new development of you to me before buying. truth misfortunes, like blessings, are higher class of Romans before the be-- 1 Platinoid immensely important In seldom unmixed. a brilliant inven-clas- s Ten carloads of ginning of the Christian era. This j electric work-a- nd tion for tli reduction of gold ore. of heaters was fixed and lmmova-prices defy and A new theory is seldom advanced but ble. besides beinir in several other re-- t"ese are only a few of Martlno's dls straightway some one comes along and specls wholly different from the mod- coveries. And yet he was so lacking will give You Buy overturns it. Not long ago enterpris- ern stove. In Germany and Scandina in business capacity that in snito of nis extraordinary output of valuable ing poultry keepers attached great via they were used in bathrooms and from me and you will merit to the forced molting of a flock hothouses during the middle ages. lueas lie uieu at uiasgow in vjvii a of hens to induce early and long con-- 1 They were usually constructed of brick, comparatively poor and obscure man, know you tinued laying. More recently the dec- stone or tile and were of immense size. while dozens of others have been made laration lias been made that this They sometimes covered the whole richer by his genius. In 1SC0 the chemist Lenoir patented forced molting is an injury rather than side of a twenty or thirty foot room and often extended out into the room i a motor driven by an explosive mix- bea benefit. The truth probably lies tween these extremes that such feed-jin- g as much as ten feet, in which case the ture oC a and gas. He used electric at molting time as will put the smooth, flat top was used for a bed- -' teuition obtained from a battery and flock in the most vigorous and active smau, tue ueateu suriace imparting an a Ruhmkorff coil, actuating a sparking agreeable feeling of warmth during plug very similar to that in use in the condition possible is a benefit. Bone reliable those cold nights of long ago when modern motor. The system of valves by means of which the suction of the as covers And you you moneys It is a bit hard to understand just such thingsPolignac were quite rare. - piston Cardinal drew In the charge of gas for of Prance was perwhy it is so, but the grape does best me you on a soil which at surface at least haps the first to attempt the construc- the next explosion was also designed Also, tion of a stove wholly of iron, this at by Lenoir. larwould be called thin. One of the Lime and Cement. gest vineyards in the country lies along about the beginning of the eighteenth i In 1SC2 he actually produced a car the railroad right of way between Pas- century. The first real improvement which, if crude, was similar in all reI will was spects to that in use today, save that crop of all adena and Redlands, and the surface uvur uiu oiu uoman "stuua pure white sand as brought about by Franklin in the year ho employed coal gas instead of petrol, soil is as nearly 1745. pay cash for now 5c it could well be. Yet it is a marvclous-l- y typical One of his efforts produced a and this he actually drove himself base burner, almost perfect and through the streets of Paris. thrifty vineyard through the entire per bushel more esle. Yet for reason's similar to those tract of :;,C00 acres. Similarly the a model of workmanship. Stoves were not used In private houses to any great which caused the failure of Martino he Michigan, most profitable vineyards in ' New York and other grape producing extent prior to the year 1S30. London never received the :jf."n! of his gen-- i ARE YOU WITH ME? Standard. ius, and it was left fur DaUak-r- , nearly states are, as a rule, situated on this ' thirty years later, to r sduce the first sarai' light and thin soil. Traveling Stones. of the practicable autorars. "Traveling stones," trom the size of Lenoir died in 10OO pnir and unMany a dog and this applies to both a pea to six .inches in diameter, are known. town and country canines becomes an found in When distributed Three years later, in 1903. the life of all around nuisance by being allowed upon a Nevada floor or other level surface George Shergold came to an end In to form the habit of rushing out and barking and biting at every animate within two or three feet of one another Gloucester workhouse. Shergold. origthey immediately begin to travel to- inally a shoemaker, was the i.iventor EX m A object that parses the place. Naturalenrages passersby, who, ward a common center and there lie of the safety bicycle. He built a ma ly this habit R2j o em 4 to use a common phrase, "lay" for the huddled like a clutch of eggs in a nest t chine of this order in the year 1S7C, brute. .After he has been whipped and A single stone removed to a distance the front wheel of which was twenty-seve- n inches and the rear wheel some M0 stoned about so much he naturally of three and a half feet upon being inches in diameter. looks upon every traveler as his enemy released at once started with wonder- thirty-on- e GREENSBURG, KY. In 1900. when it first became genera foe to the promises he has un ful and somewhat comical celerity to and join its fellows. These queer stones ally known that the man wbocc invendertakon to protect. The time to take are found in a region that is compara- tion had made millions for others was the kinks out of a dog of this kind formed, by administer tively level and little more than bare as poor as when he had cobbled shoes. before they are ing a good whipping every time he rock. Scattered over this barren re- a public subscription was raised, and tries it It won't take him long to gion are little basins from a few feet for some time an allowance of 5 shilcatch on, and he will t:iy near the to a rod or two in diameter, and it is lings a week was made to Shergold. in the bottoms of these that the rollhouse, where he belongs. But the funds became exhausted, and &LAJNDED Mountins. For should quit slandering our e ing stones are found. The cause for poor Shergold ended his life in the eastern Kansas have the strange conduct of these stones Is workhouse. past we have been, tain people and sweep cleaner Two farmers in ' How many people have ever even had an object lesson on the benefits of doubtless to be found in the material tiling that should be of practical help of which they are composed, which ap- heard of Scheele? Yet this poor Swed- carefully studying the newspaper before theJr own doors Tfae es to other tillers of the soil. The soil in pears to be lodestone or magnetic iron ish chemist was perhaps the greatest reports of crime committed in tablishment of churches and the ' discoverer of facts that the world has the section where these men live is a ore. Harper's Weekly. Kentucky, and the trials of those abolishment ol the saloon are ever known. stiff clay and does not have adequate A Legend of Agincourt. We always hear in England that natural drainage. One of these men, a For many centuries we English have Priestley was the discoverer of oxy- indicted for the same. We nave chiefly responsible for the imsort of agricultural progressive, decid ed he would tilo a part of his land- - j plumed ourselves upon the victory of gen. Yet Scheele made this most im- - especially been comparing the reproved conditions in the mounthis some five years ago. Every year Agincourt. Indeed it is from King portant of all chemical discoveries si since the land was drained it has pro- Henry V.'s address to his soldiers on multaneously with Priestley. And If cord in these particulars of what tains and if the Blind Tigers that occasion, as given by Shake-pearwas Scheole who discovered chlorine is known as the mountains of duced bumper crops, whether the seacould be pne out of business the that the motto of this journal gas. Chlorine Is perhaps the most son was wel or dry. The season just past, notwithstanding the se- Is taken, "Familiar in their mouths as important of all gases in commercial Kentucky with Louisville, the mountains would show still greatIt Is the great bleacher vere drought yielded seventy hush-el- s household words." Put the French chemistry. Metropolis of the State, and Lexof corn per acre. A patch belong- have an account of the affair not so i hat giics us white linen or white er improvement in the observing to his neighbor who had no faith much to our credit It was arranged, straw hats it is also the best disiu ington, the leading city of tha , according to this fable, by the two tectant known. It Is essential to the hush-elsance of the law. Whiskey from in tiling produced just thirty-fiv- e These two cities and that iu a dry season, while if leiders that only the nobles on each manufacture of the great pain killer, Blue Grass. iK' wre to fight. King Henry V. chloroform, ami It Is used extensively probably represent the highest lawless dives is at the bottom of the season had been as wet as some i have been within a decade it would then artfully ennobled his whole army j for the extraction of gold from its ores. nearly every killing in that parfe monne s vaiue to tne worm uas culture and best educated places have raised no crop at all. Tiling is a and hence jrot the best of the cneniv. !of the State. E Town News boon to heavy soil in a wet season and Shakespeare unwittingly gives a little heen incalculable, yet Scheele. the man In each also benefits it in a dry. The man who countenance to the legend when he who discovered it. lived hungry and of the Commonwealth. can add two and two is no longer de- makes the king declare in the above died a pauper. of them crime is just as preval mentioned address. "'Be ye ne'er .so Professor Gore died a comparatively bating whether tiling pays. vile, this day shall gentle your condipoor man, yet Gore was the inventor ient as a like population in either ' A medical journal says that tion'." London Standard. of the modern safety match, of the ' The Pennsylvania experiment station method of electrodeposition commonly the Tenth or Eleventh Congress- women are justified in using has been making some investigations known as electroplating and of many ional Districts, and the per cent. paint and powder. along the line of the handling of ma Realism With a Vengeance. Very grace-o- f "A great deal of fun has been poked other processes which have put milnures that have practical value. In convictions, in murder cases ful of the medical journal, in the course of these it was found thatj at the realistic school of art." says a lions into the. pockets of manufacturwhere the manure was thrown out as New York artist, "and it must be con- ers. Gore's book. "Electrometallurgy," especially, is larger than in Louis-- l vjew of the fact that they will fast as made and kept in a covered fessed that some ground has been giv- published in 1S70. is still a standard shed it lost of its nitro- en to the enemy. Why. there recently work on the subject. London An- ville or Lexington. We have, of Continue to use them whether h came to my notice a picture of an swers. gen, potash and of its course, been unable to keep tab Ithey are justified or not, of its phosphoric acid. By a Assyrian bath, done by a Chicago Valu? of Cinders. second method in which the manure man. and so careful was he of all the , on all the cases in any of the sec- A few Tears a:ro creat hnans of otn was left to be tramped down with bed- details that the towels hanging up ding of straw as fast as made during a were all marked Nebuchadnezzar in ders piled up. often being dumped into tions. but baring thefeuds in the low places where new earth was need period of six months it was found that the corner in cuneiform characters." mountains, which we now think ed. Manufacturing concerns were glad there was very little loss of fertilizing Lippincott's. is OSKSJ to get rid of the accumulations. But io o mnffor nf flip rmyh ltfo ia aa elements owing to the fact that the now the cinders are in great demand manure was In so compact a mass that Thoroughly Qualified. safe in the mountains of Kentvery little air got to it The advantage "And why do think." asked the for use In the foundation for cement ucky as it is in either Louisville in dollars and cents in favor of this president, "that you would be an orna- aud concrete work. They form a per feet drainage material, and it has been latter method was found to be $2.50 ment to the diplomatic corps?" or Lexington, ana property is I A Hilade A New "Sir." replied the applicant, with found that frost acts very lightly on for each steer fed for a period of six Man Of easier to fix a 1 "l was suffering from paiu Him. months. But better than either of these pardonable pride, "for four years I them. Furthermore, concrete work in much safer. in my hoot- u methods was that of spreading the ma- had the honor of directing a church which cinders are used is said to be of jury or to prevent justice in our Sstcmanh. fct?f? extreme durability. When cinders are T. Alston, Ealeigh, N. C. "aad my nure as fast as made directly upon the choir." Philadelphia Record. I lver and kidneys did not ground and mixed with cement the cities thau in our mountain terwork right, land. This plan Is followed by many mass becomes very hard. but fourbottles of Electric. Bitters Labor to keep alive in your breast of the best farmers today and is largeritory and it is more often done. made me feel like a new Ban." ly the result of an introduction of the that little spark of celestial Are, con to success is aseasy as the The road manure ssreader. time our metropolian press PRICE 50 CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES. wituicft - Washiagton. ' road to ruin, Benjamin Franklin. i -' disc Distributor, has just Received a ir Magnificent stock of New Fall clothing, Shoes &c. H offering at Popular prices. um-Uenr- I Suits at Third Ir r Sugar Pure Pattent Flour Pat. Flour Satisfaction, at Guaranteed and It wilfpay consult 1 1 at the best Fertilizers competition satisfaction. that ! that" your Fertilizer always what bought. i Have a Full Stock o Fertilizers they are get worth. Write what want. Salt, buy your it, am wheat'and paying than anyone I Satisfaction Guaranteed. All m3 5 ihe mouB-sometim- 1 I e, . ; ! one-thir- d one-fift- one-sevent- h J j i r ! u ectric tters n-:, Itis 1 1 jt THE ADAIR COUNT Mb 4HE Mr. Bridgewater and iV;iss persons who seemed to spurn ah Mattie Sublett, of Romine, were signs of sympathy, and thereby , Published Every Wednesday visiting Miss Cleo Shepherd last hangs a true tale. Saturday night and Sunday. - - BY THE A prominent, but very eccen Will exair.Ir.e your eyes thoroughly ' Mr. Charlie Hutshison and two tric old lady lived at Albany. free of" charge, and when 1 furnish a Adair County News Company. sons, of Columbia, were visiting Ky., many years ago with her' puir of glasses you can depend upon ( Incorporated.) he sick folks of this neighbor- aged husband, who ecame very it ihey are the best that skiH and ex' EDITOR. CHAS. S. HARRIS hood last Sunday. sick. The old lady like Collin's n Cn,,Rn nrHomnam. perience will produce. My work is all guaranteed, tind the prices are Mr. John Turner, of Russell sheep, "With a head of her! ximk --. at Stanford. Democratic newspapor devoted to the inright. AH my patrons in Adair coup terest of the City of Columbia and the people Springs, was at the hedside of own." never was particular so Adair and ad jacent counties. Chairman Prewitt will call a ty Sesiify to this. his brother, who is dangerously long as she could find "That evmeeting of the Democratic exerything about the town was d as sick last week. Kntered at the Columbia I. ecutive Committee for the last class mail matter. Messrs. Sam M. Suddarth, suited to her mind." ' During his I will remain one more week with S. M. Hancock, at J. N! Page's Dm of this month, to fix n time and Cassius Hood and Trabue Shearer protracted sickness she reiused Siore, Columbia, Ky. WED. FEB., 7 . 1912, place and manner of selecting L. VV. T. S. the all offers of as s i s t a n c e from delegates to the National Con- Jr., entered the their neighbors until one morning The House and the Senate of vention from the State of Ken- first of January. '- a friend rapped on the door to Kentucky Legislature passed tucky. the Mr. Rollin Webb, was in t. learn of the old man's condition, i;he compulsorv direct primary last week on business. Running it Without Rubber Tires when she appeared saying, while law which means that every' Robert Ewing, member for Sympathy. she pointed to his corpse she had nomination made by a political Middle Tennessee of the Wood- prepared for burial: "Here I am "party must be made in primaries row Wilson State Committee, calm and serene, heart whole, hereafter. Both the two leading tendered his resignation as such Dear News: It is our human nature to free from man, and at peace parties are compelled to nominate because of the controversy betheir candidates upon the same tween his kinsman, Mr. Watter-son- , crave sympathy which prompts with God. Come in Mr. Brown, and have a seat . " Sj mpathy for day; the officers of election and and the New Jersey Gover- us to tell of our ailments and petty grievances, generally to her would have been like the lot "the entire control of the election, nor. the annoyance of others. Most of laziness that old Jim Burchett are in the hands of the County Senator Pritchard has intro- all seem to merit it at some pe- said the Lord wasted when He Election Board, as the regular November elections. The state duced a redistricting bill, putting riod in their lives, which are of- made his John. We carry a large stock of Rubber Tires and can furnish you the Pardon me for writing so :pays all the expenses, so that Adair, Anderson, Boyle, Casey, ten but a series of misfortune, tthe poorest man may become a Clark, Garraid, Jessimine, Lin- and hopes never to be realized. much. You know 'tis sometimes Kelly, Springfield and Goodyear "Wing." The two Pleasures and sorrows are alike hard to suppress the spontaneous Best Brands of Rubber Tires Made. candidate for office without coln, Madison, Mercer, Shelby, Spencer together, making the human heritages. After matur- productions of a well stored having to put up a big entrance Also the Best Grade of Diamond (8 22) which comes Cheaper Congressional district. ity, while life in most cases is mind. J. T. Jones, fee. The law provides that the Eighth Put on at J. W. Coffey's shop. All work guaranteed. o one continual strain, the Montpelier, Ky. primaries shall be held in AuTrustees of Central University, are slaves to a desire to rival gust each year. at a meeting in Louisville decid- ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ensign R. C. Saufley, U. S.N. , of Kentucky, was practically ex-- 1 onerated by the findings in the court-martirecently terminat ed. He will be reprimanded with no loss f numbers. Mr. Saufley is a sen of the late Judge al ' I I After All Others Fail! ( , TVT ! Post-offi- ce sec-a- Dr. E. Alpeiv Optician. Camp-bellsvill- e, i v j , 1 well-to-d- The bill passed in both Houses ed to accept a gift of $50,000 without a dis senting vote, offered by the Rockefeller fund as both parties were pledged to of the General Education Board its enactment. There is a slight provided a supplementary fund difference in the two bills, but of $150,000 is raised. that will be adjusted. Mr. Roosevelt is now fairly in Mr. William Sampson, son of the race for the Republican nomiJudge John R. Sampson, of Mid nation for the Presidency. In dlesboro. is a candidate for dele our judgment he will soon see gate from the Eleventh District that a large majority of the Re to the Baltimore National Con-- 1 publican States will support Mr. vention. Mr. Sampson was born Taf t. """ " in Columbia and is a Democrat The tobacco markets were in whom there is no gu le. He is a nephew of Mr. Mont Cravens quite lively last week in this and is a gentleman of character State. On Wednesday, it is reand a lawyer of ability. There ported, that one thousand wawill be two delegates and we will gons loaded with loose tobacco be glad should the district select lined the streets of Lexington. I i ; i the rich, the rich to their riches, and the poor to their poverty and should there be no skeleton in the closet, it is composed of clouds and sunshine a bitter for most every sweet, for there will be briars where berries grow. We used to read in the blue- backed speller, that age increases the desire for living, though it lessens the enjoyments of life. The latter is doubtless true, but what of the former, when but few, if any, agedpersons would live it over if they could. The young live in the future. Bright prospects beckon us onward to someperiod of unalloyed happi- Owensby. GOFF BROS. Columbia, Kv. Mr. Sampson from the eastern end. A bill has passed both Houses of the Kentucky Legislature, $75,000 for the Gov- Mr. E. C. Walton, who some years ago, owned and edited the ernor's . 8 mansion. B P . .Stanford Interior Journal, has During the month of January purchased from Mr. Cecil Wil- there was a fire in Chicago, upon liams the Somerset Times and an average, every twenty minwill immediately take charge. utes. He is a spendid news-papman and his Kentucky friends will be Russell Creek. glad to learn that he is again in Burning nlant beds is the orthe business. der of the day in this precint. There has been much talk to Mr. and Mrs. bam bquirs visit- the effect that Ohio will not sud- - d Mrs. Gennie Smith last week. "Pi.qoioi-nnvt- Mr Miss Cleo Shepherd was visi111 Ullli JU1U Alii.. XUJ.U in rho J. icoiutu- tial contest. Ihe President's ting friends and relatives at Row-en- a recent visit to his home State last week. leaves no doubt as to how it will Mr. Abston of Tennessee was other and sympathize for the instruct. Thrf manifestation at visiting at Mr. James Suddarth best, because they have their misfortunes as well as the worat. every point showed that the last week. Republicans were enthusiastiMr. Charley Browning and For the bad because they are cally for him. wife of Bliss, were visiting at Mr. bad, and may have oeen as the woman said by the worst half of Scott Todd last Sunday and born The Harvey-Wilso-n Watterson Mrs, Scott Todd is at the bed- - herself; correspondence is dying out, and side of her daughter, Mrs. Willie badly. " Then it is right to meas- in a short time it will seldom be Todd, who is very sick at tbis Jure all men by the same stand vA ftoy t.1. Via fii'et(.. U. AAAbV.1 fVio Ull mentioned. When the National writing. limb rciiv XJUU Democratic Convention meets in Mr. O. P. Hancock was called transgressed, and there were but Baltimore, the coming summer, a to the bedside of Mrs. Dr. At- two of the boys, one killed the good man, one that the Demo kinson last week who is danger- - other. Jacob "cheated Esau out of his birthright. David com- cratic party will cheerfully sup- - 0usly sick. imittea muraer, Solomon wor-M- r. port, will be named. James O. Smith who has ' Mped idols Noah got drunkj been sick is slowly improving. Pefcer denied hig Master and the The Thompson compulsory Mr. James Smith who is a good ap0stle, Paul, after having .primary bill passed the House, very low state of health is some preached' to others, ' feared" lest and the Eaton bill, also 'provid, ha h'peome a mRtawav. Wp do ing compulsory primaries, passed better. tne senate, wnne similar m Mr. James Wilson, bought one pretty well considering the stock, purpose they are not identical work mule from Bill McFarland don't you think so? and the two legislative bodies for$115' Sympathy begets charity, and will have to get together on one Ernest Cundiff, sold two charity or love hides a multitude (lie other. or Lcalves to Brack Cain for$19.25. of sinsT We have known a few er - To-Pi- - i i ness, which is seldom realized. The aged live in the past, and enjoy the association of the few old friends left behind The old adage that, "Life is what we make it," would have been more correctly rendered, "Life is fashioned for us," because our "characters are mostly formed by ou surroundings while we are young, lhere are both good and bad in alh A poet has rightly said; "To err is human, to forgive divine." We're all human folks, and humanity is frail not so much difference in us after all is told. Treat men kindly, and nearly all of them will treat you well, treat them badly, and they will use you likewise. . Try it and see. Toen let us forgive each Mr. Lawrence Wilson and a Mr. and Mrs. J. D. White and Mr. Blankehip, of the Felix, getting along nicely. Mr. Fred Coffey, of Pellyton, little son, Willie, spent Sunday community, were in this part reis visiting his grandmother, with Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bryant. cently buying fur. Mr. Joe Rooks, who lives near Miss Stella Long was the guest Mrs. Elizabeth Haynes, at this here is selling out, preparing to of Miss Pollie Belk Saturday and writing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oaks go to Ohio. He will leave next Sunday. week with his little family exMr. John Lowe, shoe drummer are all smiles over the advent of a new boy, who arrived at their pecting to make t;hat place his was here last week. home. Miss Callie Gaines and Miss home on the 29th., of January. Meldrum Scholi, sold to seme Mrs. Stella Coffey and little Idell Sims, visited at Mrs. Mary daughter, who have been visit- parties a few days ago four fat J. Long's one day last week. hogs at Sets. Misses Ermine and Stella ing their friends here, left the Mr. U. A Montgomery, sold to Aaron, visited at Mr. Bud Keans 27th, for their Oklahoma home. As leap year is said to be the Bennett & Co., six fat hogs at and Mr. Sam Aaron's a day ana time to court, so it seems it must 5 cts. night last week. Bro. Luther Young, left to da On Sunday Jan. 21, 1912, Mr. be the time to marry, judging Joe Guffey and Miss Emma Sul- from the number of weddings. for Lexington where he will enbeen. 'The last coup ter school. He is a worthy livan, were united in marriage, there have young man, and carries with him oy Esq. B. B. Sims. Mr. Sims le to take the vows were Mr. the good wishes of a host of nas officiated on 8 different oc- G. M. Coffey, lately of Oklaho friends. casions since he is "Squire." ma, and Miss Bettie Kin: bier, of therefore you see he is somewhat skilled in the art. Misses Melly Haynes and Mary Wheat, visited at Mr. L. B. Guthries one day last week. Mrs. Julian Long and Mrs. Martitia Carter, visited Mrs. Valeria Grider one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. B.Collins sold 2 heifers to Selby & Hammonds for $46. Mr. Collins also sold 26 month old calf for $21, and 2 hogs at 5 cents per pound to Mr. "Ill-begott- en - i j i I ; J ; and business prosperity, and this blockade is now quite apparent Mr. S. B. Collins is in a critic- throughout the .channels of trade. The Presidential Election, the al condition with rheumatism. efforts of Congress with no fixed He can't move hand nor foot. purpose; Organized Labor as a ntvr factor in politics; together with Ozark. other matters of greater or import, represent at this time a i ccqi-pnt chaotic conflict of separate inter- Naws of present, very little has been done ests, to harmonize which is now the Dink Mann. in the way of farming so far, and On the morning of the 16th, there has been but little plow- care the Cin- Plentv. Read with about 1 o'clock, while all was ing on account of wet cold cinnati Enquirer, a journal that prints all tne news eacn aay irom quiet within, and the cold bleak weather. every commercial center through wind houled and moaned without A barometer of A message was received at out the world. the citizens of our town, were this place yesterday stating that causes and effects that points oi't, Beacon Light, the danger and aroused from their peaceful Luther Bolin, of Miami, Mo., had as asafeguard therefrom. the slumber by a messenger with a been kicked by a horse and fatalAs well known, the Daily l!rt cry of fire. On reaching the scene ly hurt. He is a son of Mrs. quirer is the largest in size highest priced paper in the United it was learned that Mr. Charley Mary E. Bolin, of this place, was States, yet cheapest, measured hy Edwards residence was on fire, born and reared here but has quality and quantity. The Weekly Enquirer, with the The men with their buckets went been living in Mo., several years. cream and digest of all the news to work, and water being handy His friends here are sorry to able and conservative editorials the flames were soon annihilated hear of the accident and much market reports, methods and results from Government and State without any serious damage, ex- sympathy is felt for his mother. Experiment Stations, veterinary matters, People's Forum, choice cept a hole being burned in the Mrs. Fannie White, who has literature, short and continued stt roof. been failing in health for a year sermons, general information, etc., with the exclusion Mrs. M. O. Stevenson, little is not as well this week. of all matters of scandal and iiii daughter and son, Mary and RoMrs. Morris, mother of Mrs. morality, is today the Cfcamt bert, of . near .Columbia, were J. B. Montgomery, is quite Weekly Family Journal obtainable.. Each issue is alone wortli, the price visiting the former's t parents, feeble. of a year's subscription-SolicitoMr. and,Mrs. J. H. Barger and Mr. and Mrs. Bob' Smith and for subscriptions make ,a. handsome profit and increase the other friends here last week. son, visited Mrs. Smith's parents good influence of The Enquirer in to the wife of Mr. Char- and brother, at this place last the uplift of morality andindustry, Born, and for the betterment and welfare ley Edwards, January the 2otb, Saturday and Sunday. of the community. For terms write a girl. Mother and baby are Mr. and Mrs. ,W. J. Gabbert; to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio, week inj-prp- near Denmark. They were married by 'Squire Sam Collins, the 26th ult. My, how we wish we 8A0SE AND REMEDY. were a minister or magistrate Uncertainty of the immediate Mrs. W. J. Lawless, visited at future is looked upon by many men at Jamestown, several days last of affairs, as a blockade to entcr-pris- e a ! fX non-sectari- an ks aJ r-i- es, V -- -- rs THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Blamed A Good Worker. Mr. Lee Floyd, spent, last TuesLOUISVILLE 'I blamed my heart for severe dis PERSONAL tress in roy left side (or two years," day night, at Allen Aarons. :c writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., but I Mr. J. A. Turner and wife, of know now it was indigestion, as Dr. Sir. James Cole, of Bakerton. was King's New Life Pills completely cured Big Elm. visited at Henry Aaron, Latest Quotations here county court. me. Best for stomach, liv-- r and kid- one day last week. f kmyx-mumn- v - I MARKETS. I I i on Live Stock IN Ik .IS X I 7K XI,' IX -- IS Mr. E. W. Wethington, of Clements-ville- , was here latt Friday. ney troubles, constipation, headache or debility. 25c. at Paull Drusr Co. i Mrs J. W. Marshall, Glenville, visitSALT H)K SALS. ed Mrs. J. W. Jackman last week. Mr. Napoleon Stephens, who lives in j ' Tarter. I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt. the Milltown country, is very sick. which cost only 15 cents more than the Mr. Geo H. Gowdy, Campbellsville, j o bushel barrel which you .buy else- ... r u t We have had more snow and fu was nere 1.1. iirsuk uuy ul mc uiunm. luc .S3-Sam Lewis where. cold weather than for many Mr. J. P. Shaw, who frequently makes Columbia, spent Sunday here. years. Consequently wood houses Dr. and Mrs U L. Taylor, desire to Burdetce, of Lebanon, was Mr. Sam thank their many friend, for their is almost empty. in Adair last week, loonin for mules. prompt assistance when greatly in need Mrs. Martha Ann Abrell who Mr John Durham, of Greensburg, in case of the threatened destructi n of , has been very sick for a few days was in Columbia several days of last their house. week. is thought to be some better. There is no better medicine made for Mr. W. II. McCawley, of St. Louis, Mr. W. G. White and wife Cough Remetraveling salesman, was here a day or colds than Chamberlain's dy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves visited J. I Cravens and family, two of last week. the lungs, opens the secretions, aids Mr. M. Rey Yurberry, who is in the expectoration, and restores the sj stem of VVeubs X Roads last Thursday revenue service, was in Columbia the to a healthy condition For sale by and Friday. first of the week. Paull Drug Co. Mr. D. F. White Fold a yearlMr and Mrs. Bruce Montgomery For Sale Or Rem. ing calf to a Mr. Wilson of Cray spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. . E. Rowe, who live out of town. Will sell or rent my farm of 70 acres, Craft, price privite. Mr. Elmer Wheat, postmaster at located i miles north of Montpelier Ky. D. G. Shepherd has been on Jamestown, was in Columbia last Write or call on me. the sick list for a few days. Thursday, en route for Louisville. M. H. Murrah. Montpelier Ky. Mr. W. T. Robinson came in Miss Elizabeth Drake, teacher in the public schools who visited her home, j Illinois, a few days ago, A thourghbred Short Horn bull calf from Bowling Green, returned last week ! i Mr. Ola Blovd, visited his brother and sister on Crocus last Shipping Saturday and Sunday. CATTLE nL ix rx "f steer...--- . $G.O0(Sr.0O :x AS 1 IS Beef steers Fat heifers and cows Cutters Canners .. . 5.00G 4754.85 00 ix ! ! is IX 2.0o.00 1.002.(j0 UUMS.eD DUliS "X M S & as ne. I Feeders Stockers Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS 4.004.85 2.504 35.00-45.C- 50 O ic nn or: rn ' "JK" XV N1 (lood. Omy Dunng Janu 7x xi XL' K Jx" sK ! Choice 210 up 6 40 IX Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs Roughs SHEEP AND LAMBS 6.25 2x ary and February. Daily'CouierJournal one year and the Adair Couuty News one year... Daily CourierJournaI six months and News one year i i ..:. i.. aily vuuilClJUUMIclli nircc niuiiLiib and News one year -- s N w 7K JX : 5.45 7Tx vj 5.40 in ! fX ix" IS njV XIV TX K rx Best lambs Culls 4.00 3.00-3.25 o.OO 2.50.300 GRAIN. "x M Vl 1S 7K 2x Fatsheep $4.00 m tX IN Wheat Corn 90iK 50 IN ,- IN IS $2.75 $2.00 LS IX ix ! '( In the history ef tne weather bureau, Thursday. Mr. Creed Harmon killed a Louisvillp, January was the coldest Mr. Frank Richardson, who has been month for forty years copperherd snake near his spring living in the West a brother of Mr. Hush Richardson, is now a citizen of one day last week. Columbia. Mr. Jo Williams and wife, of Montpelier, who have been in Cincinnati for several weeks, returned home ls.st for sale 14-2- stating years. 1 he weather had been Local Market. To-day. 3N W. T. Dohonney. t colder there than for several Eggs. Hens. Chickens Cocks "X vi IN N Tx ! V .., o 7 IN Send us $1.2 and wp will send you K 10 Mrs. Susan Cravens is on the Turkeys )S 'he Weekly Cine nnati Enquirer and The Mrs. J. R. Hindman, left for LouisGeese 3 7. News one year each sick list at this writing. ville last Friday, meeting Mis9 Pearl 9 Ducks s Hindman in the city, and the two will Mr A W. Pedigo, Glasgow, was here In" John Shepherd, Jr., entered Wool fall clipping 14 is visit at Bowling Green. the first of the week for the purpose of school at Russell Springs a few Wool spring clipping. 7 !S Mr. Twyman Atkins, of Salesville, buying mules 8 7N Hides (green) days ago. two weeks with Montana, who spent 44 Feathers relatives and triends in Columbia, left ! W. L. Brockman sold to Lucien IN. his home via 5 00 Ginseng last Friday morning for lv-- and Lara Brockman a small farm in the Missouri, spending two weeks Beeswax. 50 latter State. Yellow Root. . near Sano, for $400. -1S IN Mr. and Mrs. Leo Baldauf will reside Mr. P. M. Roberts has pur- May Apple (per lb), SIS in Elizabethtown. Mrs, Baldauf, who I Sl NEW chased a shingle rig and will at- has been visiting her parents, Mr. and IN ' S Mrs. Sam Lewis, left tor that city last 1 tack it to his grist mill in the IN Wednesday, ami upon her arrival comG. P. SMYTHE iS near future. In menced housekeeping. Mr, Baldauf In for and the change is a traveling salesman, Mr. J. C. White had the misxiy THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? was made for his convenience, We In cutting his foot with FIRE INSURANCE fortune of com nend Mr. and Mrs. Baldauf to the SK CHEA- a NE Because " XIV an ax last week. residents of Elizabethtown. TIOU, covering every and JN field of the world's thought, M Dr. 0. S. Dunbar, who has had a denaction, and culture. The only Died on Jan. 30th., old Uncle IN REAL ESTATE new unabridged dictionary in tal office in f olumoia for a number of many years. 3n Elzy Shepherd as he was familiar- years, enjoying a good practice, has IN Because "defines over 400,000 y called. He had been confined quit the profession and will devote his . Words; more thou ever IN Column fachis time to the Columbia beforo appeared between two j to his room for more than six : covers. 2700 Pages. 6000 IlHe tory in which he has an interest. before I reached the warm and IN ' lustrations. months, but bore his sickness and thinks it will be beneficial for him to hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. k k only dictionary Because take more active exercis. He left '"suffering with great fortitude. with the new divided IX Lay at McKinney. Monday for Lebanon where the factory page. A "Stroke of Genius." xt He was 77 years old and was a IX is located, and his friends trust that IS Because "fc " an encyclopedia in When I boarded the train I ix good health may attend him, and suca singlo volume. soldier in the Union Army duriS cess crown his efforts. Because ifc "s accopted by the ing the Civil War, and while found quite a lot of young folks, 7K Courts, Schools and IN Pres3 as the one supreme authere he professed religion and whom I knew from Russell and SS He Won't Limp Now thority. IX united with the Baptist church Casey counties, who were on No more limping for Tom Moore of Because "3 who knows Wins Success. Let us tell Cochran, Ga. "I had a bad sore on my and later with the Methodist and their way to the State Normal you about this new work. nothing seemed to hely till instep that livad a consistent member until at Bowling Green to attend Kk IX Iused Bucklen's Arnica Srlv' he writes school at that'place in order the (X: ef new Tided pact. soon cured Will- i- tar ye but this wonderful healer the end. He was a good man at G. & C. MERRIAM CO.. PoMi,Spirf,H. JS im Heals old running sores, ulcers, PP ', recti velEE et of pocket pa. all times ready and willing to aid better to prepare themselves to IX boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or j & "those in distress. He will be meet the stern realities of life, pi'es Try it. Only 25 cents at Paull " 3 ?IN IS IS i TX WebstefS l 1 We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our ai ready Large List M St ix ! K XIV IX IS fx m International ! ix i I 11 rx : ' " One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weeklv 7t Xf 7K .IS Courier Journal One Yea; x J Q Sid IX tts Louisvi lie-Time- s and News Xf 7f 3x XI JX greatly missed in his community And by the way when it comes ( by relatives, friend and country, j to a test of power, intellectually, ( . danger Do you know that more real The condition of Mrs. J. W. and the country has lost one of noraiiy or pnysicauy, our nacK- - IX IX lurks in a common cold than in any woods country boys and girls will K Blakey, is much improved. p .TlX other of the minor ailments? The safe its best citizens. His wife Xl way is to take Chamberlain's Cough be found able to take M Mary McFarland, is still Ix Mrs. him to the grave about alwavs Remedy, a thoroughly reliable preparaUJ- vllCUIOV;! VVr9t since her fall on fan rril-Va ix tion and rid yourself of the cold as unable to walk, ", PTa loavoc tflni . Y yH titiruvw arr" ii iwutvti bV l.y SS S ............ ix7ix7i7ixix quickly as possible This remedy is for the ice, children all of whom are grown, , I beiieve" that in the country sale by Paull Drug Co. Migs Bettie itimbler, was hapto mourn his loss. 1 vould say where the boy or irl 4s close to pily married; to Mr. Green Coffey, to the bereaVed children, weep the great heart of nature, fof Sale. I of New Meiee-- , on the 7th. of not for what is our loss is heavens free from the many vices to be ' ourier-journ- al Jan. Esq. S. B. Collins, officiated gain, and prepare and meet him LUUUU $v L1IC jiy i .in-- rifled UwOb III I have" 40 acres of land for sa le, May peace and happiness follow in that celestial city where part- place in world to raise children. Located 2i miles East of Col umbia Old and them. Ky. Address. ing will be no more. I am attending the lectures of F. C. Br&se. R. F. D. 1. Mrs. Vina Buchanan) who has Harness, Southern Baptist Theological Cairo, 111. Louisville, Ky. j been in declining health for some v ll-- t Seminary in order that T might Old Wagons time, is ho better. be better prepared to tell of Him One Oliver Chfiled If you want to keep posted during In Order to weat away a part "who come to destroy the works Mrs. Fannte Helm, of Helm I the year 1912, subscribe for the Daily rainy of the devil " We have a great Plow Good as New, Bargain. prices. The price of the C.J. Ky., is visiting her sons, this of the monotony of this Sunday, I thougfe't I would write school here which affords great is $6.00 a year, but if you will send your j week. subscription to The News office Ve will opportunities to the preacher that j sold a fine a f e v lines for the News. and . Allen Aaron, furnish the Daily Courier-JournBranch Stb'le, Ruswff Springs, Ky. my liome, from famous will take advantage of them, j I left our paper one year each for '34.00, This ipair of 3 year old mules-- to Mr. offer is good during iTanuary and old Russell county, Friday for Some of our preachers do not j Lee Floyd, at a fancy price. February. and received a cordial welcome. Cray Craft. Dunville, where I boarded the think the preacher ought toj Rev. Tobias Huffaker will wife of Mr. Will fitter, is The stage for McKinney. tired and know very much in order toj preach again at Concord the 3rd Uere is a message of hope ahd good seriously ill at this writing. hungry. The man I stayed with preacli, .but I think the question Mrs.. John D. Fayes who has Sunday in Feb! at 11 o'clock, cheer from ftfi. C. J. Martfh, Boone for- a long time is imMr. J P. Winfrey, spent one at Dunville" having failed to should be what saith the scrip- - been sick Mill, Va., Who is the motfter of eighevery body come out and hear an teen children. Mrs MarHh was cured night last week, 'with his sister, bestir himself early enough to' ture? and of, course if we don't proving. interesting sermon. of stomach trouble and constipation by Mrs. Aaron. ,, Mr. S. D. Pierce is assisting breakfast' before the know we,, can't tell-anprepare Chamberlain's Tablets "after five years if we Prof) Mrs. Nancy Hughe's condition, Hill, in carrying the mail Mr. TM. "Antle'.and family, stage left, and of course having recommends ttf "suffering, and How remains about the same. can't tell we haye no business in tliese tablets to the public Sold by j visited at Mr. Henry Aaron, last to go without my usual 'morning from Columbia to Tarter. 'Paull Drug Co. the pulpit. Very Truly Yours. Mr. .Upton Grider and. S. G. Sunday. Mr. Ethel Bryant and Miss Ida repast, I was more suceptible Jas. S. Wade, Bryant, who eloped to Tennessee Blair are preparing tpTbunva Akers, has return- than ever before :to the incleMr. Elmo Strange has removed to the Y, Hall room 106. last third Sunday have returned brick kilm. little red brick on Burkesville street, ed home ffonva'visit, at Esto. ment elements and .'nearly froze Marcum's residence. just above Mrs. Drug Co. Denmark. I if?1" ! j pre-ceede- S4.50 ! - yiXlXy-lNyiNZ-l- x tii..x.- i i.-- siit-i-i- o ! The Adair County News and Daily Both one year $4.00 ll - i Buggies i Couriea-Journa- l. at j GOFF BROS., Columbia, Ky. al , -- J - d -- Miss-Carri- U c -- 4se THE ATAtk county wmis ' Problem Which a Hindu Princo Was Able to Solve. There is a story often told in India New Zealand condenses and powders of Sbajee. a Ilindii prince, who ou a certain occasion showed liimselt al- great quantities ot milk. The mother docs not live who for the use of children. It is mild, most as clever as Arciiimedes. -The imperial Chinese postoflice has The remedy trould not do all in her power to keep gentle and A high otlicial Had made a ov that imported KM) bicycles for the use of 3icr child healthy, but often she does is absolutely pure and is guaranteed 3iot know how. So when a doctor in every particular. Mrs. Toomey of he would distribute to the poor the postmen at Shanghai. of standing points the way all can Emingsvillc, Pa., and Mrs. Fred weight of his own elephant in silver Of the li.f!(ai.ofit tons of iron ore Crqms of Alanson, Mich., never give money. But the great ditiiculty that which Spain produces annually about .afford to listen. their children It is an accepted fact that nine out are only a fewanything else. These at first present til itseit was the mode !).O0O.O(i() are exported. among thousands of of ascertaining what this weight realo ten of the troubles of infants and During The last two years Canada children is intestinal. You notice it women. ly was. All the learned and clever Tjy the fact that the child is cohsti-lialeYou can buy a fifty cent or one men of the court seemed to nave en- has sustained a loss of over $43,000,000 worth of property by tires. it belches, is peevish and cries. dollar bottle of any nearby druggist, in vain to construct a maJDon't give a remedy that contains an for they have all sold it for a genera- deavored Rubber boots are now made with opiate, because the child will get in tion, but if you want to test it on your chine of sufficient power to weigh the a leather inner heel which greatly inthe habit of needing it, and don't be- child first send your address to Dr. elephant. At length Sbajee came forward and creases the boot's period ff usefulness. come alarmed and run at once for a Caldwell and he will cheerfully send One of the European companies man-- doctor. suggested a plan which was simple you a free sample bottle. deufacturing harvesters for years has Try a scientific laxative first. Give Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, and yet ingenious in the highest building, Monticello, gree. He caused the unwieldy animal employed an American technical man"a small dose of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 402 Caldwell JL'epsin, the remedy that is intended 111. ager. to be conducted along a stage specially made for the purpose by the waterOur farms are decreasing in sine, the side into a Hat bottomed boat. Then, average number of acres in farms havhaving marked ou the boat the height ing decreased from 140 in 1'. 00 to 133 to which the water reached after the In 1910. elephant had weighed it down, the The secretary of war and Mr. Stim-so- n latter was taken out aid stoues subhave leased the home of Mrs. stituted in sufficient quantity to hold Churchill Candee of Washington for the boat to the same line. The stones the season. were then taken to the scales, and Egypt receives ten times as mr;n. thus, to the amazement of the court, tourists as Turkey does about 140.00) o was ascertained the true weight of a year. Cairo counts on $10.COO.OOO a : o v the elephant Exchange. I year from the tourist traffic. - niiivuccJ - -Since the discovery in England of o o FISH. FIGHTING c company Jl the lawn mowing prodi itics of the o guinea pig the price of these little ani o BUNDS In the Rage of Battle They Turn From raals has increased fortyfold. Dull to Brilliant Colors. c There are 2.F00 pit brow girls in Lan 6 In the gardens of Singapore it is the cashire. about 20 in Durham, 50 in Wholesale and Door House o custom to stock the ponds with all East Scotland. 30 in the Swansea dis in manner of queer fishes, many of them trict and 100 in the Cardiff area. of the fighting variety so dear to the France and Germany import from Send your orders to us for prompt shipment heart of the orientals. This species of Greece large quantities of an inferior Qsh is so combative that it is only nee-- . and good goods. U We appreciate them. grade of wine made from dried fruit. essary to place two of them near each It is used for blending purposes. other, like fighting cocks, and perhaps i For advertising purposes a Pennsyi-vania211-2E. Main Street BOO fgL& UUbe to irritate them a little to bring on a has patented a fan in the shape ' lively conflict. of a human face with a tongue that LOUISVILLE.LKY. -- INCORPORATED 9 They at once charge each other with wave:; in and out as the fan is moved. fins erect, at the same time changing The area of the "abandoned farms" color in their excitement from the dull- est of gray greens to brilliant reds and of theto United States is said to be that of a strip of land from blues. Indeed, confinement in close equal to arouse their Maine to Florida ten miles wide quarters is not needed Sis freshly baked pies were placed combative propensities. U. G. HARDWICH, Pres. R. If. DIETZMAN. J. H. COCKE. V. Prcs. ec Place two glass jars close together, In the cornerstone of the Domestic with one of these fighting fish in each Science building, Cincinnati, by a bakand they will at once swim round and ing concern which will occupy the endeavor to charge each other through structure. Experiments prove that the gums of the interposed glass. Even a single fish seeing himself re- - j trees, so highly prized by man. are pro-- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889 fleeted in a mirror will dart at his duced by disease. Trees can even be own Image and. irritated all the more Inoculated and made to furnish the by his failure to reach his supposed coveted gum. enemy, will assume the most brilliant Experiments with a process for obDEALERS IN hues. Seeing his reflected antagonist taining a textile fiber, with merits bedo the same, he will redouble his ef-- ; tween those of cotton and linen, from SAW forts to reach him. Exchange. the nettle are being fostered by the Australian government. 1301 TtilRTeeNTff-rtftI- N, Photographs For Lawsuits. In the Malay peninsula an English One call for services a professional naturalist has discovered a species of photographer dislikes above all others ant that makes its nest in the fleshy and that is to get an order for a pic- - ' stems of ferns that grow on the limbs Atsii . 253Sg25c ture that is to be used as evidence in of trees high in the air. a lawsuitl The photographers who are savings mm. i Tft " most in demand for this purpose are ' The number of depositors in irftBWjrrac taiwir banks In the United States in 1S20. the the busiest ones, those who make a year for which the figures can Sheet Iron and Tank Work specialty of taking pictures ot news ' earliest . jh "n- - wa icr be shown, was a little less than 0,000 events for the papers and magazines. . -- & v-i r year over 9,000.000. When any one wants photographic e'vl- - and last .JjJ! The world's first international fiber deuce he Is likely to remember the ' H' L wGsmFlibk'-name of some firm of professionals congress was held in Java last July sn that he has seen often In print and The raw products out of which fibers fcjSefci?- JOBBING WORK SOLICITED are made are now considered second asks them to do the job. ot only to breadstuffs in commercial im"We wouldn't mind that sort AH Kinds- - of Machinery Repaired work so much if taking the picture ; portance. was all that there was to it." said one The Chinese colony in Paris has in of these picture men. "We get So or creased to such an extent that the 3 for the picture. Later we get a Celestial empire has given orders for subpoena, and we have to send to the construction of a pagoda there. Arcourt the man that took it. to swear chitects, masons, carpenters and decothat he recognizes his work, that he rators will go expressly from Peking took the picture, that he never was and Canton to build it. arrested and a lot of other fool stulT A small tailor in the Twin Cities has that uses up a day's time. Therefore a head for advertising. In front of we never touch such a job knowingly." his store stands an oil barrel with the New York Sun. head knocked in. The barrel Is bright green, and on it in red letters is paintA Curious Locomotive. ed. "Stand In My Barrel While I Press railway N Your Suit For 50 Cents." The Darjeeling-ilimalaya- s A Few Seasonable Goods Headliner one of the most curious in the world. Fishing methods are being revoluIt is of two foot gauge and on ac- tionized in the seas around the islands Laxative Eromo Quinine Pe . Box 19c count i if the steepness is full ot loops, of Japan by the introduction of English " " Singley LaxativeiTablets loc curves and spirals, many of the curves steam trawlers. The vessels on trial having only seventy feet radius. Some ". Sills Cascara Quinine 25c of the gradients are as high as one have resulted in the discovery of new and valuable fishing banks which ' 11 A special type of Weeks Break a Cold Tablets 25c foot in twenty-eighnalocomotive, the Garratt. had to be could no have been fished by the "'" tive r::"' Nyals 25c made for it at Manchester. This locot '"ot. as c tuuuonly supposed. "A. D. S. 25c motive was required by the specificathtj t d of all the Japanese. The tions to be able to travel on reverse 4 Rexal 19c .curves not exceeding sixty feet radi- I'lMier His!s cinnot afford it. The us, with only twenty feet of length of !ji:r:iimun price of 2 a bushel was " Bottle Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil S3c tangent between the curves. The en reached last August. This was. how" 42-8- 3c Scotts Emulsion gine consists of a frame Mtpported at ever, not due to the laws of demand "' " each end by four wheeled bogie, each and supply, but to artificial raanipu " 50-1- 00 Nyals Cod Liver Oil , r r of which is described as a niiuiatuie lations of brokers. " "" Wine 100 lotomotive without boiler. The boiler The much talked of bridge across " is carried ou the trame between the the Yangtze river in China is not to " " "" " ; tftexal 89c bogies. Youth's Companion. be built because it has been figured ' u " Emulsion" 50c out that the cost would be prohibitive. Both Wrong. But a tunnel is likely to be construct ' " " " A. D..S. 83c Sandy avid his master drove up to ed under it. as this is not only practi '"-- i 83c the small station" as the train approach- cable, but would cost only a reasonable' ed. "Here's yer train, sir." said Sanmoney. Finol 3.00 dy. "That is not my train." replied the amount of Since the first woman deputy of Normaster, wto had his own ideas about way, Mme. Olga Roystad. has made Write us for Quotations correct speech. "But it's the train I such an exceptional record among the Sixth Jefferson am going by." But it happened to be hithLOUISVILU, r Y a special train and didn't stop at the lawmakers of that country doors womopeued to erto barred have been station, whereupon Sandy exclaimed, en. The Academy of Sciences, for cen "We're baith wrang. for it's neither turies tightly closed against women, your train nor the ane ye're gaun by. has just elected its first woman memis anything to the report Davis And Lincoln. The coun-itr- y theresectional ber. that bitterness is now a but it's the ane that's gane by you." will endorse the proposition With the opening of the' American thing of the past, and the rumor Betrayed. ?df the Kentucky Legislature to factories at Niagara Switzerland lost seems well founded, there is no "Say. mamma, can Anna see In the control of the aluminium market, place statues of Jefferson Davis p telligent patriot who should dark, like n cat?" which the little republic had held for "Why. child. What makes you ask "and Abraham Lincoln in Ken- - object to Kentucky's several years. Neither Switzerland choice viaicky's niche in Staturary Hall in should she put the statues of such a question?" nor France possess such rich mines "Oh. last night when Cousin Carl Washington, says The Montgom-- ! these two men in the Washington was here I heard Anna say In the1 of oxide of alumininm or such sources of elqctrical energy as the United 3ery Advertisor. Statuary Hall. Some might hold dark room. 'You must really shave States. These two distinguished men that Henry Clay ought tb be the oftener. Carl.' Aviators are popularly supposed to were natives of Kentucky and man Kentucky should thus honor, be men of iron nerve and perfect Better. "Presidents of two governments but a great deal more would be "Your wife uever sings any mure. physical condition. Yet the great was rejected for military serv lose her we once had. Their lives were contributed to National good Did sheshe found voice?" ice on account of physical shortcom "No: her senses." Toledo linked together; they were, ings. and a special arrangement had by the selection of busts of Davis Blade. to be made by which his services first men of their day. and Lincoln, natives of the same Self indulgence deprives u man of no an aviator mlrh bo utilized during were both great men. If State. Tampa Tribune. that might make him great the French maneuvers. A non-gripin- ONE WAY OF SAVING A BABY FREE TO TRY g. WEIGHED THE ELEPHANT. TIMELY BREVITIES TIMELY HINT pycBQ gG33:i aasi a I w I i rnsom u lift i r xiightful very wee k. J had spells when I could H hardly Lreatho or r peak for 10 to 20 r r.. .1 i u t.i i w me, but I war: completely cured Lj OniiELglnHMnRil A 1 ccah rud . Ibftmewith To Prevent Potatoes Sprouting. A German publication gives a new method for keeping potatoes from sprouting, which consists in placing them on a layer of coke. Dr. Schiller of Brunswick, who has published the method, is of the opinion that the improved ventilation bj means of coke is not alone responsible for the tesult, but believes that it is due to the oxidation of the coke, which, however, is a very slow one. Coke always contains sulphur, and it is very possible that the minute quantities of oxides of carbon and sulphur which result from the oxidation, mixing with the air and penetrating among the potatoes, are sufficient greatly to retard sprouting. Potatoes so treated are said to keep in good condition until the following July. i a m &;r 50c URc Mrs. AND IWH 93faWS! &i)&tj:rfllr$! ? Ksrecrs I fl 5T d, J. E. CcT,Joliet. Fl AT A' L DUGGISTT LS3553i3K-!2- S1.0C J -- Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, lnterior Finish, Etc. Sash the South. C'Ot ; s Largest , ( E. L. 15 n The Idsal Horss Shoe. The ideal shoe is one which is light. consistent with a month's wear. This will keep the foot level instead, as is the case with a heavy shoe and heels. of putting the greater pressure on the toe. Very careful examination and cal- culation have proved that if a four pound. shoe is used, as is sometimes the case, on heavy horses, a horse in an ordinary day's work lifts fifty-twtons on each foot, or '20S tons in all, more than is necessary. This, of course, involves a needless expenditure of muscular energy and more feed needed to keep the animal in proper condition, so that with a lighter shoe the owner would not only relieve the horse, but lessen his grain bill. Amer- lean Cultivator. o ' ' i i C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETPRINARY i V14VHn'Mn00'0tK)4 ' j Selection of the Rem. Selection of a sire i.j of the greatest importance in the breeding of a profit-- 1 able sheep fiock. Li ere is where we look for the improvement of our flock, and therefore the greatest care rests on the selection. W. A. McKerrow. The Guinea Hen. Guineas are prolific egg producers and do not require a great deal of at-tention when kept on the farm. They like liberty and do not bear confine-ment well. For best results guineas should have plenty of range. ( Special AHnctsn to Eyes al j -- istulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin orar work done at fair prices 1 , fixed to take care of stock V --. y due when work is done or f tcefc emoved from stables. r-e- ll LOCATION-NF' AR ED HUGHES' RE5ICE:E. ON BI'RHSVILLE W. J. Pyne Mil! & Supply Co. JVIILiLiWt?IGHTS STREET. I J ' f OIMCHINISTS J Joseph C H. w Stone, . , Attoney-At-La- ENGINES. ECILEFS, , MLIS. GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS WHEN THE SOIL UiRES LIME, Will practice in this and adjoining counhe LOUISVfLLe Jamstown, -- : Kentucky , SMOKESTACKS, Need Best Determined by S,, j- !rrvmi tl ';" I ton Few Experiments, a;i.n 'Wily s .S 0irarwr. -- r J Everything In The Drug Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices as a There is only one sure way of determining whether a soil needs lime, and that is by trial. An application of lime over a whole field would be a waste of both time and money if the field were not in need of such an application. It is suggested that the farmer who has not already proved for himself whether his soils need lime would better conduct a few simple experiments at different points on bis farm. A few barrels of lime or a few tons of limestone would net cost a great deal, and the labor of treating a strip with lime or ground limestone here and there across different fields in Not Read The t. ....."" . Hi-t- - y ,' . which crops were to be grown or so treat a small area here and there at different points in the fields in which crops have to be grown would involve but a small amount of labor These areas should be very carefully located and marked, and the results of the applications should he carefully studied on the succeeding crops. It is possible that the effects, good or bad. may bo easily apparent. It is possible that the effects can be discovered only by carefully cutting and weighing the crops from portions of the treated areas and comparing them with the crops produced upon equal adjacent areas. Lime should not be applied to ma nnro piles nor to the litter in the barn. Ume should not be applied to land being prepared for potatoes. Michigan Experiment Station. Courier Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We CanFurnish You The Adair County one! i'ev ! '" '" Poultry Points. If the hens take to the trees at night it's a sign something is wroug with their house. Keep it clean and free from mites and they will be satisfied with it. Better get that pure bred cock for next year's ue soon Tt will cost more age of fowl. Spurs belong to old birds usually. Don't keep birds with scaly legs or those that have been sick during the season. If they are well now get rid of them, for they are not likely lo be more profitable in the future. Unless we give the hen good care now we cannot expect her to have any regard for our grocery bill next winter. Her new winter suit costs something as well as our own, and. dke others of her sex. she cannot disport herself creditably unless well dressed. The Dairy Cow. The dairy cow is a necessity If you expect to build up your farm and reduce the home expenses. She contributes the best articles of food the cheapest and affords gratis the best fertilizing material known. Unlike the beef steer, the dairy cow does not have to be slaughtered to produce food, but so long as she Is properly cared for she gives food products, valuable offspring end fertilizer. the Weekly Courier-Journal nextlspring. The feet are a pretty good guide to CITY HALL PHARMACY, Both One Year I For $1.50 Wejcan also give liben.. combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. l , i I Write Courier-Journ- al Com- - Ve-drin- Jhiy ng Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the j Courier Journal. ipany, I N I 0 Evv MALICICuS FRUIT. IT1 II riflial Couldn't Walk! "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in fine health at 52 years." IN THE OF REALM FASHION The Stings Thst Coma With Caraleis ii; r nunuung ot rriCKiy rears. My lirsi snd experience of the LJ -- SELECT CULLINQS i i r?i-i.- . r- -i THE The ;ist We have thousands of such letters, and more are arming dally. Such earnest testimony from those who tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetave ble, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strcnih. If ycu are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a gOGd tonic. Try it ! Your druggist sells it h-- can prl Uly par was Kilned on a visit Passing of the Boston Bag. to the market p.aie of Algiers. The! One cannot but be impressed with fruit was Lauded to us, politely peeled by the Arab dealer, and thus as we the growing use in the Hub of the Velvet Street Dress. made acquaintance with its delightful leather Gladstone bag in place of the The sketcti shows si velvet suit with coolness no suspicion of its evil quali- green cloth bag which used to be so a faint self stripe and trimmings of ties entered our minds-- . prevalent and serviceable to carry A few days later, adding the excitesatin. In beech brown it forms the small things in. from shoestrings to ment of a little trespassing to the more legitimate pleasures of a country ram- volumes of Emerson and dictionaries, ble, we came upon a well laden group and which was and still is especially of prickly pear bushes and could not affected by men with spectacles and resist the temptation to heip ourselves students at school. The green bag has to some of the fruit. The result was indeed been a Boston institution and woeful. almost as famous as Boston baked Concentrated essence of stinging nettle seemed all at once to be assailing beans, but seemingly it has its limitaKnowledge has hands, lips and tongue, and our skin tions in capacity. wherever it had come in contact with grown so. or at least its apparatus. the ill natured fruit was covered with that something larger and stronger is J a tbk-- crop of minute. bnt!y h::irs, now required than the green bag. un-- l apparently growing from it and veno- less it is. to have the dimensions of a mous ami irritating to the last degree. M ".XV O'lw m -mail sack. i Our silk gloves, transformed suddenly into miniature robes of Nessus. had the Gladstone bag. which besides be- to be thrown away, perfectly un wear- iug larger is also much stronger, and able, and the inadvertent use of our then it has a handle. At the rate ofJ pocket handkerchiefs before we had increase scholastic impedimenta aro fully realized the estent of our misfor- - found necessary to the highbrows as 4"firWfc .. :. . 1. III-- Afrl-- j LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR BRIGHTER, 1911 BETTER,' n mmmii ..,, """f ' BIGGER THAN EVER the;reguur price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES, IS$ 5.00 ff A YEAR. rrt ; mam asem W 'Is to: Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chatiancosa Medicine Co., Chattanooca. Tenn.. for Special Instructions, and book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent free J 58 to-pa- se Ilisifft i I as wen For a sort many a day did the retribution of that theft haunt us in the form of myriads or I,tprary motor cart will have to be of tiny stings. "Home Life on an Os-- ! devised for their special use. Boston trich Farm." Advertiser. , nUose :, ha..I. ' Ups nA.-.iAn- I 1 Scaled. "7" TT Y0U WiLL SEND YOUR ORDEfc TO US, YOU CAN GET Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo .had oeen troubled with sick headache for about five years, when she began taking Chambealain's Tablet. She has taken two bottles of them and they have cured her. Sisk headache is paused by a disorded stomach for which these tablets aie especially intended. T:y them, get well and stay well. Sold Kes. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40- - FIRST AERIAL POST. China, and a iWild the Carrier. The ancient. records of China reveal the fact that our aerial post was forepfnUnfl r.vtA 4l.n..n.. 1 UL BU1UU UUUMUU, -- JWIU, llO. apuy enougu oy celestial, it is true ; that the flrst postal air man was an aquatic fowl, and to this day the post in China is referred to as "the con venience of the wild goose." and pictures of that bird still appear on cer tain stamps. The legend tells us that a Tartar chief was offensive to the Chinese em peror, who sent a special envoy to warn him. But the chief took the em- peror's servant prisoner and made him shepherd to his flocks. In this condi- tion of social degradation the unfor- tunate envoy languished for some ' years until one day he captured a wild goose and his mind was illumined by the bright idea of using it to carry news of his whereabouts to uis friends. with a letter secured to its leg, the Samaritan goose flew southward until, virtue meeting its customary reward. ; It was killed in the grounds of the palace by no less a personage than the emperor himself. The letter was read, and a punitive expedition rescued the captive and puuished the rebel chief-l-ace ' In Or. ares it Was Used Triplet! I , Goose Was - Dentist. JEFFRIES BLOCK COLUMBIA KENTUCK1 BEECH B1SOWN TAILOKED 4! j Massenet and His Visiters. The composer. M. Jules Massenet, has a beautiful estate at Egreville, and he does most of his work there, because in Paris he is rarely free from visitors. But Egreville is not so very far a . , from J,aris j occasioaav ,. .. . THE ADAIR COUNTS NEWS AND j J I Jules Massenet at his work. ,,..,' Mas- -' ; THE L0U1SVILEE TIMES by Paull Drug Co. SUIT. i I '5K'sSXS?5 SX' most ideal and fashionable type of suit, especially when cut and fitted with perfection. . Evening Gowns. Old gold is one of the favorite WEEKLY GOU -J- OURNAL col- ! HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL ors for evening. Dresses of tulle and silk mull, with flowered borders, are charming for debutante frocks. White tulle is used extensively for blouses, chemisettes and entire gowns. Many evening frocks of chiffon are trimmed with lace flounces and tiny sprays and knots of silk or velvet flow-- . ers. Dressy frocks of satin show narrow pointed trains or square or rounded trains quite separate from the rest of l j I ' senet. however, never lets his friends disturb him very long. lie has a neat way of suggesting their departure. He receives them cordially, and in an-- 1 swer to the inevitable phrase of ad- -' BOTH ONE YEAR miration for his house and grounds he always says exactly the same thincr. "es. says M. Massenet genth. "the principal charm of this place is that tue railway communications are so THE LOUISVILLE TIMES bad. The only decent train to get you out here brings you here at 1 o'clock, and to get back to Paris with the best afternoon paper prill, anything like comfort you will have , afZ t0 leave again at 2 o'clock." Paris - anywn ere. Letter. FOR ONLY $4.50. - . j , ' the skirt. ' 1 AHDJTHE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEtf Evening frocks of tulle or delicate the flounces touched with crys- - Pearson's TVeekly. tal are worn under extremely short chiffon tunics, edged with fringe Attractions of a Malay Hotel. We are so accustomed to reading in the guidebooks that the local hotels are the best in the east that it is reMANY BUTTONS TRIM freshing, says the Java Times, to coma across a description of a hotel in the THE SEASON'S GOWN little town of Kuala Lumpur, in the Federated Malay States, riere are a few points which our hotel proprietors might notice: Bedrooms. 57 fooh hr-- m Of Odd Shapes and fire Of m ; llJ ustti l r-i.- iii riefflusii rasiiiuii. :t, r-- i: colored tiles, walled with white Min- TO THIS PAPER not to The Keeping It All Dark. Buttons for gowus. coats aud suits ' ton dittos; a long, continuous corri- G2r fGet in length by 12 feed broad; Many a theatrical manager, in search form an important part of the well or- - dor eaLU e'ectnc ueu utted with "return" of more favorable conditions under! Louisville Times. dered toilet. While in some instances buttons are ring, so that the visitor knows at once which to produce startling stage ef-if you will give or end your order to this used with profusion, they are placed in yhether "o is being attended to. Lon fects. has wished that1 he could turn!' We will send the Cincinnati Weekly rt A, t!1... Globe. not to the Courier-Journa- l. sucha way as not to seem ornate. For paper Enquirer.oneyear.andThe Adair County 0Tg leaving the audieuce and orchestra nU. instance, upon a handsome gown small Watling's Island. total darkness. The great drawback New3 one year for $1.21 The Enquirbuttons covered with the same fabric is a great paper, San Salvador is perhaps the most in- to this has always been that the or as the gown itself were set closely toteresting historical point on the Amer- chestra players need some light to see gether from the .shoulder seams on each side to the hem of the skirt in ican side of the world, as it is the is- their music. A novel solution of this' A Thrifty Squirrel. Alfred Daily7Gflrier-Journa- l, the back. Although many dozens were land upon which Columbus first land- has been introduced in a London thea McHenry has a park of several thus employed, the effect was one of ed. Yet it has lost its name. In view ter, whore the orchestra players read acres, in which a score or more of the history not only of the Bahamas music printed in white ink on black simplicity. paper, in auuiuon tue musicians- iUUi'' uut ol lue American continents of gray squirrels have taken up A strange freak is that of using two Oourier-Journ- ai, :,s wel1' ifc is far from surprising that trie light bulbs are fitted with special of buttons upon the same tai- ' their abode. The other day Mr. lored suit. In ra.wt instances the but- - thc identity of the famous island shades, which reflect little or no light McHenry bought two bushels of tons are dissimilar as to material and i Bb.",d have been IonS ,ost or at the j beyond the black music sheets. ;. j.ue wnue suirt tronts of the orches- We can give you a combination cut " sniim nave oeen . size The utilitv buttons are small. to) the squirtra players are hidden by black bibs, walnuts to be fed tlu. larger ones nre simplv for or !ayed u,ntil thc mid(lle f the Jast tury vrhcn CaPtain Becher of the Brit- - and buldheaded musicians have to rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write rels during the winter. He left by application of the descrip-ui- i wear black caps The use of wooden button molds H 4 ,1 this paper. on contaJned in Columbus' journal to the bag with the nuts in the back the increase Some are made in the curse from Gomera to the Baha-aStores Without Signs. ovals, lozenge shape and even square part of his buggy, which was Five vears airo a ioweirv tirm built well as in the shape of a half mil- - mas determined clearly that Watling's ) SXS ) SXB a,one met a11 requirements of a new store on Fifth avenue. Xo pushed into the carriage shed. let. It is the fad to cover these with JfIand the name was displayed, and the patrons handwork of some kind. Silk, satin 'i o days later when the oeca- ' wondered when one would anuear. or velvet is often used aim is freuueni Xone did. Later a dry goods arm sion required the use of the bugPutting It Nicely. ly embellished with silk embroidery There is .a good deal in putting a or cording or metallic lace work ntMby' n"d "' tcoin,tigy again he went to remove the a year An odd use for buttons has appeared thing nicely. A prisoner was being out uo in millinery, where upon some of the sentenced at the assizes the other day. jewelry Orm has followed suit, and so two bushel bag of walnuts, when "You have a pleasant home and a has an art dealer. All used to have most expensive of imported hats a I ! rrtt-i-l'lr n Tnfr'f hal wao large button covered with Irish crochet bright fireside with happy children sit- signs on their stores when they occu- ROD INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER a peck of the walnu in rainbow tints is seen as the center ting around it. haven't you?" said the pied less pretentious quarters. then: ,.. . . ., "I made some inquiry as to the oc- of a ribbon or chiffon llower of a mod- - judge. We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long est "Yes. sir," said the prisoner, who casion for this seemiug modesty." said CUt tnere WaS a ll0ie m tne Da5: shade. as our stock of 26 inch fepce lasts. We carry in stock all heights The use of white pearl buttons upon thought he saw a way out of the a curious observer, "and i was told and an excited squirrel that chat. , serge orother mannish goods is , that the signs were not left off through j styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. dark and i eil. said the judge, "if the hannv architectural scrunles. The Is lcicu uu tx ucaiu uvciacau accm-an innovation of the French dressmakS8INCH rrTnl ers. Not for use are these buttons, in children sit around the cheerful Are-- 1 really psychologic. Patrons of great ed to have more than the ordinaINCH 50 T7Y7T7V7V7V1W most cases, but as trimming, set closel- oiue uuui you return tney will stay stores like to go to them as thev do ' y, along the edge of revers or udoii there just two months." London Tit- to private nouses. TUey taue a gen . ry amount of interest in McHen42INCH A uine pride in knowing who is Indoors ry's cuffs or flares. Even china buttons Bits. movements. The latter have thus been employed by some of ' without being told." New York tSun. INCH 34 MM Making His Meaning Clear. watched the squirrel, and when. the most original makers. Senator (just returned from 'Wash Small and large buttous. made of S6INCH Naming Aeroplanes. he discovered that it had its home-white cotton thread, closely crocheted, Ington) srr. Eeler. what Is the senti, Suggestions are already beginning'.,,. , -e ., mVWh?& are now in fashion. They are placed ment of the people In your town con- to pour into the navy department for laiNCHoYllRflVWIulflVftVWW4 " " "ie inters ae-- . on blouses, on one piece frocks, on top cerning Rising Politician (sternly interrupt- the naming of aerial warships, nor- ' climbed up a ladder and investi- wraps. In every size. net. Wasp. Ilawk and Vulture are the Buttons to bo fashionable should bp ing) Senator, we don't deal in senti- favorites, though Eagle. Swallow and 8ated- - He not on,y found the ment in our town: we deal with fac's Uee hither very large or very small. are close seconds in point of pop-- 1 squirrel's nest, but all the stolen. jrit A3X. iwnriww' Tsnfiffrmtwi'W'MW'ii ji f. a. x, fae's! Chicago Tribune. iOf rti CLLWOOD HELD FENCE(STANDARO STYLE) MADE lr SIX HEIGHTS utti,i.. sk Lvui.-ii.-- liter u.uuim 111 lit; vpsirs of no iisp for .. v....- to - ... v. or nnrtl WainutSs ai well. The squirrel Rcversible Fabrics. v v. ....... The Difference. Roofing. Reversible materials are much used the aeroplane has been sufficiently per- - na(J transferred the nuts fromt "I am told Homebody takes a great f fetor? tn lirvnmn nt for the long mantles which are ao prac-nni nnt' Interest in bis children." ileal. The favorite colors are gold and theoretical value. But they reflect the the buggy up under the rafters ' "Yea, he does, but not a controlling white, gray and mauve, currant and confidence of numerous persons in the j at within fourteen hours of ate Interest" Judge. red. bine and chamois, bottle green and development of the flying ma-- ! .. 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. beacock green, otter and rosewood, chine' to n point where itwiii be of light. Philadelphia North Amer Man's life ia In the Impulse of el moan green aD TioIet and black and Louisville, Ky. practical Talue as an instrument of nQT1 ' nation to somelbteg higher. Jacobl ttf bt gray. uuuenn. , 30 feet by 12 feet attached to each bed- - so the mint Itself is not responsible for room and fitted with tops, floored with the change "Ottawa Citizen. fE&Z'SX Wc bell and electric fan: a bathroom1 "We lZiZM et onr rt,'PS The words "Dei gratia." the grace of pondents. from the 1911 issue of Canadian coins, and Just why Covers the Kentucky field per this is so seems to be a matter of much mystery. As far as can be as- - fectly. certained the royal mint in London is responsible for the change. Although Covers the frenpral tipwc fioT3 the "Dei gratia" seems to have disp- peared from the Canadian coinage, the I completely. new King George coins in Great lirit am retain it. The King Edward coin Has the best and fullest mar bore the inscription "Edwardus VII. Dei Gratia Rex Impcrator." The mill kets reports. Canadian coins are stamped "Georgius V Hex et Ind. Imp." There is no sign; DEMOCRATIC in politics, but of the "Dei gratia." "We get new dies for a,! our coins every year, and the fair to everybody. ones we received this year were lack- God. have disappeared j Del Gratia Off Canadian Coins. Ha3 the best corps of corres YOUR SUBSCkIP from the other side TION RIGHT AWAY 1 .... 1 1 Yr S6.00 2.00 unday Yr i elec-kin- ds j I ,...", de-aii- cl nt cen-nauie- ti ' ish-nav- y s "&SXSSX I ! case.-Argo- naut. i ELL WOOD 26 WIRE FENCE lT - j l ; j j V I re.-isn- j - I 77sIPjl ff xYX f f f - - 1 , j uu . , twi iii 'nim MliX- j i m IV Hardware, Farm Implements and' i i DEHLER BROS., 1 nof-no- j day-ultim- ucmiui-uuu.-x-iuiaueiyu- f "N 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS when completed will be one of the best in the county, and we take it that there is no place in Metcalf that a bridge is needed worse than it was at this place. The whole truth in the matter is this ford is really dangerous in any season of the year unless a person is absolutely acquainted with the stream, and we Adair county people will rejoice when i lv few hours here one day last or more, $50. In this way I am HIIBBUCH BROS. & WELLfcNDORFF sure that 75 per cent or more of week, J. A. Diddle and Clem Kelt-ne- r, Mr. Rollin Todd of Romine was the pupils who do not atThe readersi of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS was in Columbia, last Frithe guest of Mr. Ira Vaughan tend the schools at present will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling day. last Saturday nignt and Sunday. would be found in school. I also Floor Coverings of All Kinds W. W. Yates, of Edmonton, is Mr. L. V. Murrell and family believe in issuing three grades of Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted spending a few days here, at have moved to the property of certificates as are now issued, but stocks of to the practical display of immense this time. Mr. C. D. Dohoney and B. M. think that no teacher should be allowed to teach more than one Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Lucile, daughter of Mr. and Callison. term with a third grade, or more Mrs. W. L. Winters, has been Mr. R. B. Wilson a traveling A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for than two terms with a second very sick, for the past few days. the showing of salesman for Bradas & Gheens grade certificate, it is completed. Messrs. Rufus Pulliam, Davleft Thursday to be gone for a Lace Curtains and Draperies With this limit we .will soon and son Rollin, of id Kinnaird few days. Milltown. Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our have a full corps of teachers one day last Nell, were here On account of sickness the Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our holding first grade certificates. week. big live store. Miss Mary Calwell is attend- girls did not start to school at Of course there are perhaps 50 ColumJudge N. H. Moss, of Bowling Green last Monday. ing the Graded school. per cent of our teachers who bia, spent a day or so last week, fiubbuch Bros. & Weilendorff, Mr. W. B. Sublett is sick at would oppose such a law, for I Spring school The Sulphur on his farm near here, looking taught by Mr. Walace Beard this writing. Incorporated know by experience that it is far after his farming interest. Mrs. E. C. Page of Frankfort, more easy to teach four or five closed Friday. 522 and 524 West Market St. G. A. Keltner and AlMessrs. Mr Twyman Atkins is visiting Ky. , is visiting her mother, Mrs. pupils at $2.00 per day than it is Louisville, Kentucky. ien Rose, of Keltner, were here relatives and friends in this com Dr. Moore. to teach 60 or 70. And it is also the first of the week and report munity, second nature with some people Dirigo. business very good in their secto want something for nothing. Mr. Tommie Powel is erecting tion. Landy Stotts, sold fifteen acres Bnt I believe that all true and 4 He will soon a new residence. GradyThe stockholders of of land, to Leslie Janes, for 150. loyal teachers would vote for this have it completed, ville State bank, met the first Mrs. Hiram Stotts, is very plan. What say ye of the proMr. Edd Hatcher went t o day of Feb., and by acclamation Greensburg last Monday where sick at this writing. She has fession? elected all the old officers for the he accepted a position with Mr. Pneumonia. Wholesale, and detail ensuing year. While the institu Russeli Springs. J. W. McClister, was on the Pete Bardon in the stave busition is only one year old, the sick list last week. ness. School is progressing, nicely management of the business has new arrivals every week. Landy Stot.ts, has removed to Mr. Will Hovious and wife of been very successful and the All Kindb of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds Mrs. Pearcy, returned ThursKnifley, passed through here the house recently vacated by, stockholders, are well pleased day from a visit of several weeks Columbia, Kentucky. last week to visit their parents Ed Stotts. Mr Luther Willis and son, one her old home in Glasgow. Mrs. quires, of Green county. Mrs. J. W, McClister, visited at on the of our best farmers, are Bro. Pearcy, met her at Columher parents, who reside in the Miss Mattie Hatcher was visimarket for a fat bunch of cattle. bia and accompanied her home. ting Mrs. Birt Thomas last Sat- Fairplay neighborhood, one day Messrs. Durham and Anderson, Mr. Tom Conover, left the 26th this week. urday and Sunday. of Greensburg, passed through The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al of Jan. for his riew place of busiEld. Robert Kirby, filled his Mrs. V. S Hindman i s the ihere the first of the week, en. Indepen- ness in Louisville, his wife will 8oth One Year for $1.50. county, champion turkey raiser of this regular appointment at route for Cumberland go later. part of the county She sold dence last Saturday and Sunday. .after a car load of fat cattle. Mr. Tim Cravens, of Columbia, fortyfour for which she recived Ray McClister, Gadberry, visWe have heard a great deal of $100.58. ited relatives here a few days, made a flying trip to our little HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID complaint about the scarcity of . lid m 83 URgk town Thursday. NKk FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES fSA MTWM vmm f Mrs. Duff Thompson died sud- last week. hay. Scarcely any in this section i m m wmbb Wooi on Commission. Write tor price J. H. Judd, who travels out of This cold weather has given ti 'Jti& denly at her home at Miami last list mentioning thlz ad. uyam?( J?f !Wft SISf for sale. staQlisnod 18 a? Louisville, called on our mer- several of our citizens the FlordropMonday night, a victim of WHITE & COs LCUISVILLE.KY. Is The day or so of warm weattf ida fever sy. She leaves a husband, three chants, one day last week. er the first of the week, gave our sons, and a daughter many BooaBBHnnHKvxmHnaB Henry Moss, who runs a roller Several traveling salesmen, put plenty of work. tobacco men frey, visited their daughter and Bakerton. friends and relatives to mourn mill at Greensburg, was deliver- up at the Kimble house last Mr. J. H. Holladay, the well sister, Mrs. S. T. Irvin, last her loss. The funeral services ing flour to our merchants one week. It is supposed the ground hoe week. known school teacher of this were conducted by Rev. Z. T. day last week. Dr. Hatfield, was at Rowes X saw his shadow and went back county, who is teaching down Williams of Columbia, Wallace Bennett, Fairplay. Roads, one day this week doing for six more long weeks. We bad several weddings durSouth, is well pleased with his dental work. daughter was here last Thursday. Miss Annie Johnston ing Christmas. If they they T. C Goff, with the aid of nositio and likes the southern Miss Combest, sister of Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Johnston J. G. Campbell, Finis and Wood U drilling a fresh wa- marry off as fast next Christmas, people fine, but says it is a misdied last Tuesday evening. She ArthurvStotts, have been loggi ng Carl Combes has been visiting ter we;l for David Baker, at there won't be any left on the take about it being August had been a suffer of lung trouble for Baker & Co., near Breeding at this place several days. market. Burkesville. weather down there ia January. for several months. She leaves this week. Miss Lula Foley, who is in The boats are making regular On leaving Horse Cave, for the Mr James Cole still comes af-ta father, mother, one sister, Hurrah, for our editor and his school here, visited her parents trips now. The tow boats are the southern climate, he unrobed the Adair County News evfour brothers, tc mourn her loss. editorial in last week's issue, on Saturday and Sunday. clothputting in good time, too. himself of all his winter ery week. Jim says he can tell The funeral services were con- the Educational outlook in KenMr. Festus Wade, visited ing expecting to land right in the Messrs. C. L. Winfrey and H. the time by his watch now, and ducted by Rev. Z. T. Williams. tucky. I am with you Brother friends and school associates, at A Moss have been loading bar- don't have to guess at it. midst of mid summer. After Harris, for if there is any thing this place last week. finding himself so mistaken in ges here with staves. Cane Valley. Jack Teal, of Brush Creek, I oppose, it is compulsory laws. the climate, he went at once Mr. Charlie Herriford, of Messrs. Flowers and Henry shot himself to death last week and invested himself of what he The health of this community I am a firm believer in the good Columbia, was here on business Parish started to Columbia towith a No 12 breech loading old doctrine that "All men are Thursday. had been divested. is not very good. day, with a lot of cattle for G. shot pun oau?e not known. He created free and equal.'" I beSeveral of our business men, Mrs. F. E. Christie is on the Mr. J. W. Kimble, has an ap. T. Herriford. onlv said he was tired of living. lieve that more pupils should atwill attend court, at Edmonton, sick list this week. pointment as store keeper guager G. W. Brockman went to He was a married man, and had tend school in Kentucky than do, especially the ones that indulge Ky. Burnside last week on the steam- two children. The little girl 5 or Mr. R. B. Wilson sold to Mr. but I am opposed to a compulso- at Holland sometimes. .in Dr. Combest, is reparing his er Rowena. 6 vears old begered him not to J. C. Eubank a store house and ry law. I was a teacher in the Quite a number of the citizens jot or j;g50. Lots of corn is being shipped kill himself. He told her he public schools for eleven years, property bought of Mr. John our midst f Sparksville, were in from this neighborhood to the wou'd, and tild her to turn her Mr. B. Gilpin a salesman for and during" that time the attend- Marcum. one day last. The conversation Mitchel, is still on the Nashville market. Price, 60cts back and then pulled the trigger Prof. Johnston Bros., was here one ance ran all the way from zero to up between them in regard .came 100 percent., of all pupils in the sick list, unable to take his place per. bushel on the bank of the last week. Mr J. H. Judd, of Columbia, My attention to owning dogs. in school. Prof. Luther Bernard river. Campbells-vill- e district. I think the teachers with Aitsheller & Co., of LouisMr. Ray Weir of was directed at once to Mr. Todd has charge of his class during have a heavy load to carry, and Mr. J. T. Herriford, of near ville, was here last week selling was here last Sunday. breeding, who addressed the auhis absence. and Columbia, ha been buying cattle groceries. Mrs. Cleve Thomas and little should have the dience. He said that he had been Mr. Ethel Hatfield, now has in this vicinity. assistance of all, but while this GarneU Breeding, of Amanda-vill- e, jmarried six years and had owned son, of Corbin, an i Mrs. Horace charge of the barber shop. is true, 50 per cent, of our teachSome of our traders are losing was here last week. thirty two dogs and one half of Massie and family of Taylor Co., ers do not do their duty in reMr. J. H Payne, is on his farm a little money on some of their itinS Mr- - A' R' Feese' .his married life he has been Zola L. Miller passed through gard to securing attendance. near Denmark this week. shipments. Miss Flora Wilson was on the tirely out. The question was at here Sundav on his wav to Whetdays of last week. (I speak irom experience.) I Miss Mollie Kean, is now make Mr. Felkne, with the McCully stone, to load a barge with staves once asked, how many he had sick list a few believe that if the legislature ing her home with Mrs. Ermin-WilsoA good drug store needed at now and lie said four, all of Hat Co., Knoxville, Tenn was for C. L. Winfrey. would pass a law similar to that which he had come into posses- this place. here yesterday, and put their suggested by Mr. Harris, that Mrs. Stella Coffey, who has line of gents and ladies hats in Almost Lost His Life. sion of since he listed his prop Mr. John Faulkner and wife we would find more pupils in been visiting relatives returned with Irvin & Lloyd. S. A. Stid, of Mason, Mich, will neverty. If any one can beat Mr. have moved to the farm of Mr. school. Just grade the teacher's home Ardmore Okla , last er forget Ms err;M oxnosur" to a to her Breeding, on this subject I Brack Massie. salary to the attendance, and I week. Mrs. Minnie Melton Gilbert, merciless storm," Tt cave me a dreadwodld like to hear from them Mr. Claud Edrington and am sure that the attendance will who has been on the sick list is ful cold he writes, that caused severe through the News. and Mr. Ruel Edrington mother pauis in my chest, so it was hard for PuHnft the months of grow. I believe in making "all OAU...T.rir.iiMll conrl tVio January and convalescing. Arlnir 'nriJ, mo to hefathe. A neighbor grave me and wife, have moved to "Sir. Pilmore Sparks, the J. L Glidewell,i who left here saveral therschools as nearly equal as,i News and the Daily ' does of Dr Tung's New Disstock man of Metcalf return- - covery one veaf Vach for $4 00'. The "Daily nearly two years ago, has t possible, "and then paying, all relief. ' sitf months and he l county, informed us that one of Mrsv R. T. Dudgeon whose ed home from Dexter; New The doctor sajdwa on the- verge of aJ,saYary to be g'raded on, teacnersi .Adair County Newj5.pnp.year for $3,75"-Ththe best hridges in his county is health has not been very good for attendance. Say, if 50 per cent, three, Mexico. He arid Mr. WF. (juf uiuuiuu, i'ii" n Daily wiin tne ' neanng ' completion, that the past year is improving. ., ., ifiel Adair Ctfunfy News one just d month's ana two bottles areagitating the toba.c-c- Discovery, T did-- o Radford or less, Ts the attendance, then $2.00.? Remember that this .spansJEast Fork near his place. Atkinson is.yery sick pay the teacher $30 per month; year for Mrs. Dr. question; fl&ey will put out completely cure me." Use only this unprecedented offer ia good only in the 129 feet long, and quick, safe, reliable medidine for couehs 'This bridge is and February. Now another large crop. at this writing. the attendance averages 65 months of January If colds, or any throat or lung trouble. lis .all completed except the apis the time to subscribe. This is PresiMr. and Mrs. J. F. Loyd and Price "oc and $i.0 Trial bottle free. from each end. The Mr. W. R. Lyon, a salesman percent., pay $40 per month, dential year and every body should proach ounty is to do this cwork, and for H. Wedekind & Co., spent a and if it averages 80 per cent.. keep'poatea- heir daughter, Mrs. J. C. Win- - Guarantee 1 by Paull Drug Co. Sandusky & Co. ? LUMBER t AND HIDES '. j 'Mm>m Ir-v- in pr j j on , n. " i j well-jknow- n' Camp-bellsvill- e. ' Courier-Journa- l, .which.-brpusrluVvBre- at Cquriec-Journa- -- - e Courier-Journa- l, cf a-- . .j i