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DEATH OF AN Whereas, At the local option election ESTIMABLE LADY. On last Saturday afternoon the teams INENT CITIZEN. held in this, Metcalfe county, last SatOF THE CONDITION OF of the Columbia High School and urday Feb., 24th, 1912, every precinct Mrs. Kate Smith Succumbed to the Training School met for the y THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK in the county voted dry, the first time in a double-headon the forEnevitable at 8 o'clock Last being 857. We Wish to congrat- Mrs. L E. Schramm-N- ee Miss Highmer's grounds. The first game was be- Mr, Richard P. Breeding, Monday Morning. AT COLUMBIA, IN THE STATE OH ulate the good citizens of Metcalfe tween the "Fourth" Teams of each Ethel Azbill Passed Away county on this sweeping victory not ly Respected Old Gentleman, KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE school. They were by no means evenonly for Temperance, but for law and at Cleveland, Ohio OF BUSINESS FEB. 20, 1912 ly matched: Lindsey-Wilson- 's team Crosses the Divide. order. FUNERAL SERVICES AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCB averaged approximately 140 pounds, I RESOURCES. Whereas, We realize that much of while Columbia's men averaged ap 84 04 37 Ivoans and discounts the credit for this victory is due to the THE REMAINS TO BE CARRIED TO INDIANAPOLIS: Overdrafts, secured and unsecurproximately 119 pounds. The score was 223 62 patriotic efforts of the following named ed The death of Mrs. Kate Smith, which 5 to 0 in favor of Columbia. The line- INTERMENT IN COLUMBIA CEMETERY. U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 25 000 00 gentlemen: Rev. J. R. Crawford, of occurred at her late home, in this place up follows: Referee C. Diddle, umpire Other Bonds to Secure Postal Columbia, Rev. Harvey Baker Smith, The intelligence of the death of Mrs. last Monday morning, at 8 o'clock, was Hancock, 2 022 Savings Hon. Bazil Richardson, Hon. C. A. L E. Schramm (nee Miss Ethel AzAfter an illness of several months. Bonds, securities, etc not a surprise, as she had been in a C H. S; 1SI 23 L W. T. S. Mr. Summers, Hon. W. H. Jones and Rev. bill) reached here Monday morning. Richard P. Breeding, who was Banking house, furniture, and critical condition for the past month. Alvin Lewis Forward Allans 3000 00 D. B. Dilley, of Glasgow, Rev. H. H. The dispatch was to her uncle. Mr. fixtures known to every body in the lower end During her long illness she was tender- Edgar Reed Forward Bill Due from National Banks (not Jones, of Hiaeville and Rev. Payne, of Jas. T. Page, and was from the father Adair county, died at h'is late home, ly nursed by her faithful and devoted Bryan Enlish 075 79 agents) Centre Duvall & Mc- of Sparkville, who, although not citizens of the deceased, stating that the end Breeding, at 3 o'clock last Monday Duereserved and Private daughters, they preferring to adminisfrom State Clender of our county, gave much of their val- came Sunday night at 11 o'clock. ' morning. He was a son of "Uncle" Banks and Bankers, Trust ter to her every want, one or two being Roy Rasner Hughes Guard uable time for the furtherance of the Companies and Savings Jimmie Breeding, who was a pioneer The deceased was a young woman of at her bedside all the time. Their de- Harry Allen Guard Fenley Banks cause of Temperance and right. Methodist preacher of this county. rare intelligence, the idol of fond parvotion to a kind and loving mother was The second game between the First Due from approved reserve We wish tfj take this method of ents, a devoted brother, a loving husbeautiful, showing that they had not teams was more interesting. They were The subject of this writing was in his 44 794 C3 agents thanking these gentlemen and showing, band and many relatives. eighty-firyear, and had been a de- Checks and other cash items.... 514 07 forgotten the care of the parent who very evenly matched, and the victory C70 00 our appreciation of the service they She was a great reader, and in conwatched over them in infancy and who was no landslide whatever. The first vout member of the Methodist church Notes of other National Banks rendered to us. early manhood. He was char- Fractional paper currency, nickversation she was delightfully entergave them the proper training from half ended with the score a tie, 3 & 3 since 101 is els, and cents We also wish to thank every minis- taining. With her parents she spent childhood to mature women. With their At other times during the game it itable, the latch string of his door be- Lawful money reserved in bank, ter of our county, every speaker and several years in Japan, and also visited years his viz: Specie T 400 own hands they tenderly and sorrowful- stood at 6 & 6, and 9 & 9. At the last ing upon the outside. For 8 600 CO every citizen who worked notes 1200 or contrib- i other countries, and she related most ly prepared the body for tne tomb, moment Columbia made a foul which place was a home for the weary travel' Redemption fund with U. S. to our cause in any manner. uted entertainingly stories of her travels. though there were many friends who Hudson pitched, thus winning the er, and no man was ever turned from Treasurer (5 per cent, of cir-- , Therefore, Be it resolved: his door. and the many rare and interesting willing to perform the duty. stood 1 250 00 culation) game. Edgar Diddle, Columbia's newThat a copy of these resolutions be He was especially kind to the poor, The deceased was a daughter of est recruit, hung on to Hudson like a sights observed while abroad. 2itt 156 23 furnished The Edmonton News, GlasTotal Nathan and Margaret Murrell, and was leech, the latter dreaming of losing and was ever ready to help those in years old, She was about thirty-thre- e gow Republican, Glasgow Times and LIABILITIES. torn and reared in Adair county, her him. The score was 10 to 6. C. Did- distress a Christian man who has gone Capital and five or six years ago she was hap25 000 00 Adair County News for publication. stock paid in life being spent in and near Columbia, dle refereed 'and E. Reed umpired. to his reward, one that will be greatly Surplus fund 18 000 00 pily married in this place, to Mr. L E. J. A. Pulliam. massed, not only by hiaaged companion, Undivided profits, ess expenses and for more than twenty years she Line-u- p is as follows: Schramm, a prominent business man of S. W. Free. children .and relatives, but by the en903 17 and taxes paid was a resident of the town, enjoying C C. S. L. W. T. S. Cleveland, Ohio. She was a lady of W. S. Carver. 24 400 00 tire community where he was born and National Bank notes outstanding the respect of the entire community. Rowe Eubank . Forward strong Christian character and took Committee. Due to Statu and Privato Banks reared. In early womanhood she was married Hancock 503 90 Centre Marshall great interest in church work exceptand Bankers Funeral services were held at the Dividends unpaid to Mr C. A. Smith, a prominent far L. Lewis .'. . Goff Guard Mr. J B. Coffey, of this place, As ionally popular in the circles in which home Monday afternoon, and Tuesday Individual deposits subject to mer of this county, who preceeded her E. Diddle W. Diddle Guard received notice she moved. Her friends here speak of 133 227 21 sistant Fire Marshal, check the remains were brought to Columbia to ttie grave many years ago, dying in Vardeman Hudson Forward from his Chief last Wednesday night to her as a lady possessing a most lovable and interred in the city cemetery. Total this town. She was .left with five $203 15G23 go in Green county and Larue county disposition, one who will be sadly miss- TJie game between the "Fourth" Many sympathizing friends attended daughters, all married but two since the Teams at Lindsey's old dining-rooState op Kkntocky, yss: was and investigate the origin of several ed, not only by those who were near to death of the husband Mrs.Sam Mourn- not so interesting. The Trainers had the last sad rites. County of Adaih fires. Mr. Coffey left Tuesday morn- her by ties of blood, but Joy all who ing, Mrs. N, M. Tutt, Mrs. W. H. Gill, been strengthened by new man and I. E. II. Hughes. Cashier of the above ing for the scenes. If the fires are the had the pleasure of knowing her. a Hatcher Loses A Good Citizen. Mrs. Geo. R. Coff. y and Mrs. R. K. were too strong named bank, do solemnly swear that the abovo work of incindiaries Mr. Coffey will do Her remains will be carried from for the little boys from statement is true to the best of my knowledge Young, all being at her bedside when in an effort to run them down. Cleveland to Indianapolis,and placed in the High School, Lewis and Reed deE. H. Hughes. Cashier. his duty Mr. Leslie Turner, who was a merch- and belief. the end came. serve special mention. The score was Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29th He is a man of judgment and careful in a Vault, to remain until it suits all When quite a young woman Mrs. 14 ant at Hatcher, Taylor county, died day or Fob. 1912. relatives for the final services. to 3, and the line-up- : all his undertakings. Smith made a profession of her faith in C. H. S. last Wednesday afternoon. He was J. R. GAnNETT. N. P- A. C L. W. T. S. Commission Expires, Jan. 17, 1914. Christ, united with the Presbyteryears old, a consistabout thirty-fiv- e 'PKoro rail! a on imrnTln mflflfmrt Mr. A. P. Wilson, who removed from Alvin Lewis Forward Hughes ian Church, and lived a consistent memCorrect Attest: ent member of the Presbyterian church, of Columbia Chapter, R. A. Masons this county to Russell Spring several Edgar Reed II. N. Miller. Director ber until the final dissolution. Of her Bryan English Forward Armstrong and was a citizen who had the connext Friday night. At the regular months ago, was in Columbia a few McClender Centre Montgomery. Director. J. F. parents-family- , fidence of the people. He will be there is but one mem Tom Patteson Guard time in September the Chapter failed days since. He reported that business John D. Lowe, Director. Duval ber hvini:,a brother, Mr. John N. Mur-re- l, LRoy Rasner greatly missed from the community to elect officers, and a dispensation has at the Springs had been rather dull, but Fenley Guard who is now in his eighty-firs- t year. been granted to elect out of time. The it was likely to get better when good Hancock refereed, and C. Diddle Um- where he was reared. The deceased Mr. Everett Hoover, who was the The deceased was seventy years old pired. leaves several brothers to our knowlmeeting for Friday night is called for weather set in. He stated that the the first of last January, and during her The C. H. S. boys edge, Mr. Robert Turner being one of jailer of Metcalfe county, died Sunday that purpose and every Companion is side walks on Main street were being were defeated entire life she enjoyed reasonably good again in the He also leaves a number of last week. He suceeded his father fraternally urged to attend. j paved, an improvement that has been first team's game. This the number. health until a few months ago. of relatives in Adair county, Mr. J. .0. to the position, who died last June. Walker Bryant, H. P. sadly needed since the place was a game was a good one from start to finM and Miss Kate Russell being Her devoted daughters realize their ish. town. He left home the day before the Sullivan's goal throwing was ex- Mr. J. Will Rernove to Lebanon. loss and are almost heartbroken, and All arrangements have b3en perfect- Graded school election, but he said he cellent. The score was 10 to 6. Reed three of the number. the aged brother keenly feels this sad ed for the Myers- - Barger wedding felt sure that the proposition carried. refereed and C. Diddle umpirrd. The dispensation of Providence, as the de- line-u. Dr. 0. S. Dunbar has purchased a which will take place at the residence was: MRS. A. RIPPETO parted was a much loved sister. residence in Lebanon and will remove this (Wednesday) morning" at 9:30 C. H. S. Glorious News. L W. T S. Our admonition to the living relatives his family to that city this week. The Eubank Centre Marshall fr- m Dr. J. T Curtiss, Comes o'clock. As we go to press the day beis, keep your eyes on the Star of doctor is a member of the Columbia Hancock Forward Rowe fore date of our paper, full particulars Dwight, Kan. He writes: "I not only Bethlehem, after while there will be Vardeman Forward Hudson & Sul- A Native of Adair County Dies in Column Company, the machinery having will have to be given next week. have cured bad cases of eczema in my another meeting. been removed from this place to Lebalivan patients vith Electric Bitters, but also The funeral services were held in the L. Lewis Clinton, Oklahoma. non, and he thanks it will be to his inGuard W. Diddle 1 have one of tbe best saddle stallion? cured myself by them of the same disPresbyterian church this (Tuesday) E. Diddle terest to be closer to his business. We Goff Guard He is a grand son of ease. I feel sure they will benefit any af ternoon.at 2 o'clock conducted by the regret to lose Tr Dunbar and his very in this section Enthusiasm was high all through the old Nat Brown. Will make the present case of ecezma." This shows what pastor, of the deceased. Rev. J. R. The Clinton, Okla , News of February estimable family and trust that the re- season games and a wholesome rivalry existat my barn. Call and see him thousands have proved, that Electric rawford, a large circle of relatives 22nd, contains the following death no- moval will proye beneficial, in a finaned From a financial standpoint they Bitters is a most effective blood purifier. if interested. and friends being present. The inter- were cial way, to the doctor and bring that tice. a success: Its an excellent remedy, for eczema, tetJ. C. Browning. ment was in the city cemetery. Mrs. A. Rippeto was born on March pleasure that is due a good wife and XX ter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and runMilltown Ky. 22, 1838 in Adair county Ky. Died Feb. bright children. ning sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys 18 2t. Program For Mission Day. Mr. Jas. R. Wade, an old and highly 16, 1912 at Clinton Okla. Joined the and bowels, expels poisin, helps digesrespected citizen, who lives on Green Presbyterian church about the age of Mr. B. O Hurt, who has been living tion, buiids up the strength Price 50 Sad Death. The following program will be carried river, this county, met with a stroke of fourteen, and after her marriage to Dr at Russell Springs for the past two cts. Satisfaction guaranteed by Paull out at the Christian church next Sun- paralysis Tuesday of last week Dr. A Rippeto Dec. 26, 1854, joined the years, has returned to Adair county Drug Co. Mrs. Susie Talbott, who was the beday morning. W. J. Flowers returned from his bed- Cumberland Presbyterian church. Thus and is living on his farm between 1. Our Ministerial Relief Work. U. side Thursday and reported that the she was a member of the church nearly loved wife of Dr. J. G. Talbott, Burks-vill- Ozark and White Oak church Public Sale. died one day last week. She was L. Taylor. whole of the left side was paralyzed. sixty years and lived as the companion of Mr. W. F, Owsly and n a daughter 2. The work of the Christi-Wom Mr. Wade is seventy-seve- n years old, and helper of her husband for Rev. L. B. Arvin, of Campbellsville, 1012, we years. He said as he was going was a lady much loved for her amiable, filled an's Board of Missions. Josephmel but the indications point to his recovery. the pulpit at tne Baptist church On Tuesday, March the 12th, character. She will be to the funeral that in all that time he Christian Rows Sunday forenoon and evening, in will sell at Public auction our farm con- never saw anything in her life that greatly missed, not only by the surviv- last absence 3. Our Bible School Work, State and of the pastor. Rev. D. H. tainiag 130 Acres, located h miles South of the family, but by the National. Horace Jeffries. Repels Attack Of Death. should not be in the life of a christian. ing members the home town. She was Howerton. Large congregation were For years she was president of the every body in 4. Our Church Extension Work. F. of Burdick. KY. Good buildings, plenty "Five years ago two doctors told me Ladies Presbyterian Missionary Society a cousin of Mrs. John Lee Walker, this out to hear Mr. Arvin. J. Barger. of running water. Will sell on easy 5. The work of the American Mission I had only two years to live." This of Guthrie Presbytery and many of us place, and Mrs. K. B. Simpson, of Mr. R. E. L. Walters and Mr. Henry startling statement was made by Still- - can remember her best in that work, Breeding. terms. Also stock, farm machinery, ary Society. Mrs Z. T. Williams. Smith, of Font Hill, were in Co'umbia, man Green, Malachite, Col "They where she always plead for Missions. 6 Our National and Benevolent As A. W &1.N. Miller. Monday with three head of good mules hay and corn. told me I would die with consumption. Her life was one of christian helpfulness sociation. Ray Montgomery. Children are much more likely to for sale The buyers did not show up so 7. Our Schools and Colleges. J. D Ii was up to me to try the best lung to and admire her for many sterling contract the contageous diseases when There will be preaching at Freedom medicine and I began to use Dr. King's qualities. During the eight months of they have colds. Whooping cough, the donkeys, were returned to their Farris. Baptist church, near Roy, the 3rd Sunstables. 8. Foreign Missions and Church Stat- New Discovery. It was well I did, for her last illness she was patient. Will- diptheria, scarlet fever and consumpday in this month, services to com1 am working and believe I owe today ing at all times to die but yet wanted tion are diseases that are often conistics. Z. T. Williams. mence at 11 o'clock a. m. In th afterSALT FOR SALE. We hope for a large attendance of my life to this great throat and lung to live. Her death was said to be like tracted when the child has a cold. noon there will be singing by U. G. Anthe members and also of other churches cure that has cheated the grave of an- the swinging of the pendulum, strokes That is vvhy all medical authorities say A Sunday-schoo- l I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, derson and others. We expect to have some special music other victim Its folly to suffer with growing shorter and shorter till it hung beware of colds. For the quick cure organized. coughs, colds or other throat and lung perfectly still. She was laid to rest in of colds you will find nothing better which cost only 15 cents more than the will also be for the occasion. 5 bushel barrel which you buy elseIt is the time of our annual offering troubles now. Take the cure, that's the cemetary in the community where than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 33-Sam Lewis. Mr. J. B. Russell, of this place, sold for Foreign Missions. We hope to have safest. Price 50 cents and $1 00. Trial sixteen years ago she and Dr Rippeto It can always be depended upon and is where. his Green river farm, lying near Wat- - , bott,e f ree at PauI1 DruK Co- came and organized the first Sunday pleasant and safe to take. For sale by an increase of offerings as we have had for L Work on Richardson & Walker's roller son, last week, to Mr. School in their "Dug-out- " which was Paull Drug Co. in eacn oi me years tnat are gone. 812,000. Possession will be given the j Z T. Williams for a long time the only religious inmill building is progressing rapidly. A Jack For Sale. first of January next. i struction for the whole country there Mr. A. D. Patteson, Sheriff of Adair few more warm days and the. house will about Friends made her last days as county, left here last Sunday for Buck- be ready for tht machinery. The latest is that Mr. Thomos Jones, EggsJEggs. jack, color blue, pleasant as possible and then a large ley 111., and will return with George of the Pellyton neighborhood, has just J. have a crowd followed her to the grave. Many Acree, who is indicted upon a felony A boys corn club and a girls canning had a fight with a bald eagle and that mealy nose, which 1 will sell at a bar will rise up in that day to call her bless club will be organized in Columbia in We will pay 17 cts in merchandize charge ih the Adair circuit court. G. W. Helm he quit the contest victorious. Mr. gain. ed. the next few days for Adair county. for eggs'this week Montpelier, Ky Jones went to a snare that he had set 18 3t Funeral services were held by Rev. B. Last Monday was county courty, man Full particulars will appear later. Russell & Co. for a rabbit. He found one swinging, G. Taylor, pastor of the Presbyterian of the veomanrv beinc in town; A" about half devoured. While gazing at Mr. William Trotter, Town Marshal of Elk City, Okla., on Saturday number of tracts of land were sold at Born, to the wife of W. L. Baker, it, he was attacked by a bald eagle of Campbellsville, and a voung man church Mr. W. F. Neat, will serve on the Keb. 17, 1912. Com- Monticello, on February 29th, a daughafternoon the court house dof by Master which he slew with a pair of wire ply-er- s. named Catling, engaged in a Federal grand jury, and is summoned shooting ter. missioner W A. Coffey. The eagle measered eight feet llast Wednesday to report in Louisyille on the 12th of night. Our infor- j from tip to tip. an error "in the Frst NaThere'was mant stated that his information"- was, Coldmbia Lodge, No. 280, 1. O. O F.. this month. Henry Altschler bought six mules statement, published last tional Bank's that the shots all missed their mark. here last Tuesday, paying from S125 to Will meet in regular convocation next II 1 .4. TaaakWlsV week, in the papers distributed from W. A. Coffey, Master, Commissioner; m joiepuua uiuvu, ui tuiur, woo Killed Tuesday night. There will probablybe "Loans and $200 per head. the Columbia sold at the court' house .door Teck Cook, another colored man, in work. Every member is requested to Campbellsville, twelve years ago and j Virgil Burton, Frank Burress and discount" our figures showed $40,000 about $20 000' worth, of .land - -Mr-- . S. D Barbee, has sold Jus stock be present. v." of court. made his escape, was arrested at Vine Rural JBurton, charged with assaulting when they should'have showed $84,000.' of groceries to W, H. Sandusky and Grove, .Ky., last week and returned to ! Mr. 4 J. F. Neat 'were arrested last The error was corrected before any pa-- 1 Nathan Kelseyi- The business "will be Susie Mr. Muler Stapleton.4and-"Misthe scene of the killing. The indict - ! week, the two former at Lebanon, the Dera were mailed out-o- f towm "ThisH conducted by the new firm, at the same Born, to tbe wife of Rev. J. W. Wei-d- on, White were married in the Knifley again publish the entire state eat aganst Cloyd has long since been latter in this place. They are charged Week-wFebruary 28, 1912, a daughter. stand, near the roller mill. country last Thursday. ment. diHHBeed. with breach of the peace. . r total-majorit- a' 1 .", st Legal-tend- er 1 ." I m - ( I - y . p -- e, fifty-seve- ! 3t Jo-Bear- d . well-brea- d i - I4 ! I 1 1 Post-office- last-Monda- by-ord- er I -- , - s e -i- - r "s , & . ii u, , " "- -a rh ry v ir.v. - I'M Al. i ll' Met officials may, in tn exer-v.- .. the i o cial functions, deem .:nJ as these equipments are the scope cf their selection, It i.ot bs veil to increase the i ton aud erect an "Uncle - BEN JOHNSON , FOR THE PEOPLE e Sheds Light on Washington Municipal Appropriations. OPPOSED TO TREASURY RAIDS Kentucky Congressman Discusses at Length the District of Columbia Bills, Sections of Which He Denounces as Being "Loaded" Says He a Target for Abuse Because He Stands Against Loot. 1 -f- -. Washington. Representative Ben Johnson of the Fourth Kentucky district continues to be much in the limelight here as a result of his excoriation of the attempts to have the federal government pay the larger part of the bills of the District of Columbia, regardless of their character. These attempts Mr. Johnson has successfully checkmated so far, at least to the extent of saving the national government over $2,000,000. In discussing at length the attempted elimination of those various sections in the district bills which are ' loaded," Mr. Johnson made a speech which caused him to be showered with congratulations from both sides of the house. This speech, as it referred to the municipality of Washington, would be of local interest to every other city in the country in xrhich combinations have sought to filch the public treasury. Naturally the press of the district is waging a determined and united f:ght on the chairman of the District of Columbia committee, but Mr. Johnson has paid no attention to the editorial and news stories. Mr. Johnson took up, in turn, the operation of the local railway company, which seeks, he asserted, at the governments expense, to have work done which it should pay for. He ridiculed the devices to which those who are anxious to have the federal rovernment pay the expenses of the district resort He pointed out the inconsistency in this or that apparently innocent section which, when properly shown up, proved to he another scheme to extort money from the national purse. Mr. Johnson was at times caustic and humorous, and he IieJd the attention of the house throughout. Johnson Opens Fire. The house being in committee of the whole on the state of the Union, had under consideration house bill No. 17681, making appropriations to S v provide for expenses of the govern-- f .. ment of the District of Columbia for ., jibe fiscal year ending June 13, 1913, ' and for other purposes. The section of the bill under immediate consideration called for an appropriation of 2975,408 for interest and sinking fund tin the funded debt. Mr. Johnson spoke as follows: Mr. Chairman: I make a point of order on this section of the bill, and I wish to discuss it a little. I regard this as one of the very important, lems in the bill. In fact, I think there is no one item that is more important than this. It has been carried along in the appropriation bill for a number of years. However, when it was first put in the appropriation bill it was inserted with the form cf the statute of 1S79 upon the subject. Since that time they have ceased to use the statute with this form, but have used somebody's conclusion as to what the statute meant, snd have inserted that conclusion in the appropriation bill instead of the act itself. Before going further into that particular subject, I wish to devote a lit lie time, not to criticism, but to a review' of some of the rulings which ihe chairman has made. A ruling by the chair to the effect thaf an appropriation made out of public moneys for the purpose of resurfacing streets with asphalt can be diverted from the purpose for which it was appropriated and used to build brick paving for the street car companies, and another ruling to the effect that an appropriation made for the public schools, with which to wiuip public playgrounds, can be from that purpose and spent upon any other playgrounds parochial, sectarian or otherwise do not inspire one to further points of order. Bocausc the street car companies desire the district authorities to construct that part of the streets which, under the law, the street car companies must build and maintain, is no reason why the district authorities should want to go into the street building business for the street railroads. The district officials should, In my opinion, confine themselves to the task of caring for their part of the vwork; and, instead of becoming contractors for the railroads, should otify the railroad companies that they themselves must do it. The might not care for a small fine, iut if they did not comply with the law their franchises would These franchises were secured al too little an expense, and are now so valuable an asset that not the re- motest risk will bo assumed which might endanger their forfeiture. I am conscious of the fact that no one who will read the Record containing the proceedings of the committee of the whole house wliile this bill has been, under consideration can ar rail-voals rive, at the honest and intelligent that any motion made or any amendment offered by me Jia had for Its purpose the rejrol or Impairment of a single act of congress. If 1 ouat to do that, this is neither the time nsr the rlace for It Upon the other hand, I have fM'V fi lly endeavored to have the com of the whole house confine Itself strictly to the law as it is now upon the statute books. During the remainder of the time this bill Is under consideration I shall continue my efforts in that direction. It will be infinitely better for both the United States and the D'strict of Columbia If a strict Interpretation of the law Is here adhered to. I do not wish to criticise adversely the decisions cf the distinguished gentleman who now occupies the chair: but I tniBt It Is not at all distasteful even to him for me to review some of them, merely to see how this year a too liberal corstp'ction given to a law lea,s neyt year to another too liberal construction, until, in a few years, the original law is lost sight of and the accumulated, unwarranted constructions therefore given become the accepted law. Important Point Raised. The chair has held that under existing law an appropriation can be made from the public treasury for equipping public school playgrounds. Whether or not the law warrants that is not at issue, for the reason that no roint was raisetl as to that. But a point was raised as to whether or not the public treasury could be invaded for the purpose of equipping other playgrounds; and the chair has held that an appropriation of the people's money could be put into the hands of the district authorities with no limitation upon it other than an expressed belief that upon his part that those with whom it would be intrusted would not go beyond proper limits in expending it. If this policy should be generally pursued, there would be no need for a single official bond in the entire Union; in fact, if we are to presume that only the proper and just act is always to be done, there would be no r.eed for laws, no need for courts, no need for this legislature. The law relative to the schools of the District of Columbia not only contemplates, but says so in so many words, that (inly the public schools are to be cared for at public expense. If, as the chair has ruled, the public money can legally be spent for playgrounds other than the public school playgrounds, if the officials into whose hands the money to be expended has been put think so, then all limitation is removed. If the public money can be spent by district officials upon any playgrounds which they select, then let us see where it leads. If this expenditure may legally go beyond the public school, then it can go to the sectarian school; next it may go tc the private school; next it may go to the public playground and Just here I wish to call attention to the playground item. That item does not l'mit the public fund to equipping the public school playgrounds; neither does it limit it even to school rounds. Under the decisions of the chair the district officials into whose hands this money is put, if they wish to do so, can expend any part or all of it upon any playgrounds. Then, if they wish to do so, they can spend it upon grounds other than those generally accepted as playgrounds for school children; and. from all I can icarn, they contemplate expending it upon grounds other than public school grounds. When the ground upon which the money is spent is not property legally acquired by the district for the public school system, then that ground occupies the same legal status as a park privately owned. The public fund may properly be spent upon a park public owned; but it can not properly be spent upon a park privately owned, except under authority of an act of congress; and it requires an act of congress to give that discretion to the district officials which the ruling of the chair gives them. There Is no act of congress which authorizes the expenditure of public money upon such private park or private grounds as I have mentioned. And. if there is no such act of con-- , gress. then the item In the appropriation bill is clearly subject to a point of order, at least until a limitation of its use is confined to the public schools. Equipping Playgrounds. Again, if public money can. in the judgment of district officials, be spent to equip playgrounds, who is to determine what that equipment is to be7 Inasmuch as there is no maximum school age limit in the district lb? equipment must, of necessity, take a wide range. The official report of the school board discloses their statement that the school children (?) range in age between 5 years and CG years. The equipment of a playground for these would range from rocking horses to crutches. If, under the ruling of the chair, the district officials can spend Uncle Sam's money for cmtclies, the crutch must fit the school child who Is to use it, else it would he without value in the As arnica and salve? playgrounds. are used at public expense In the playgrounds to enable the children 'tc pursue their games, why should not rheumatic remedies also be carried children? In stock for the Jackknives should be furnished jn the playgrounds, so that the boys can amuse themselves whittling upon the con-cluoion Cabin?" Not o .ly- I music taught in the Vl h'tshets should be furnished Was I g on scho Is, but these self-rllag p.anos iro'as I believe the school child-eanyway. They could get abundant amusement out of t ey call them are put In and paid breaking up and making raumblo for by your and my accordian These instruments are not pegs out' of the $3,000 worth of good school furniture which was thrown there for instruction, because it re- "in out of the schoolhouses to make room quires no more teaching to play one lor new furniture, which was shy on of those mechanical Instruments than pacifications so the papers said, It docs to turn a grinding organ. Under this new precedent that district and the papers are always right. officials can equ.p anybody's playThn, Mr. Chairman, your ruling o this question leads to "other equip- grounds, and can equip them with vl ment for the playgrounds. The school such games and amusements as they S board report also contains the in- choo e. why not send these pianolas from the schoolhouses to the school formation that one of the colored teachers takes her "kindergartents" plavgrnunt's? Mr. Chairman, I am not afraid to around to Corcoran Art gallery once IN a week and there entertains these lit- make a small wager that Bob Tayl :r tle tots by pointing out to paid for the instrument upon which .charm them the artistic and masterly fea- he learned to music-lovin- g and thrill the men .and souls of tho tures of the greatest collection of paintings in this whole country. - Un- women of this country; but if he cle Sara pays in salaries, houses and wishes to hang his fiddle and bow upon the wall, never to take thwn grounds one-haof an average year in and year out of about $4,000,000. down again, and take lessons upon Mr. Chairman, just as soon as your the pianola or the grinding organ, ho Daily Uncle Sam can spare the money your is still within the school age of the one and ruling should be brought into service, District cf Columbia, (Laughter.) Adair Couuty News one $4.00 Hi Grind Organs and Undesirables. and the Corcoran Art gailery purTN vl chased as a playground for the colHowever, I am not quite sure that 'IN Daily ored "kindergartents" of the district. I will not make a point of order 'iN six IN (Laughter.) Kentucky, my native against Senator Tay'or taking lessons J News one N $2.75 state, will erect a monument to my on the grinding organ at the expense memory for having made a point of of the American citizen. If that conDaily order which brought forth a ruling cession is made to him he may next K which establishes a precedent upon demand to take lessons In the public xi. News one JN $2.00 which Kentucky taxpayers may have school with the bear and the drum. the pleasure of sending one of these The organ and the bear and IN little colored tots of artistic temperathe drum must, by all means be re- 'K ment to the Old World to gather up served for the many foreign born who for the Washington playgrounds all are in Washington, declining our cM l VJ the bogus pieces of the masters which izenship, refusing to pay taxes,, hoard-in- ? it IN J. Pierpont Morgan did not have unmoney to be sent back to a our loaded upon him. (Laughter.) foreign land, while all the time their N While Kentucky would thus honor children are receiving the advantages IN mt, Mr. Chairman, for having done cf free tuition, free books, free scien. nothing more than unwillingly made tific instruments, and hot lunches in "in" the opportunity for such a chance to the schoolhouse. When the desir- .! NJ 7K spend the public money, marble shaft able ones of these become citiJ and fulsome epitaph for you. Mr. zens with us, take upon themr Chairman, who established the preceselves the oath to support the K dent, would be but mockery of the constitution and "Old Glory," help honors which. Tennessee would confer support the government, then, Mr. N upon you for giving her. Kentucky's Ohainmui. I am willing for them to 'IN IN playgrounds sister state, an opportunity to pour go into our the money of her people into such a a"d receive the and diffiglorious work. cult instructions from our accomplishk Again, Mr. Chairman, the printed ed teachers upon tho grinding organ; t'.fen they should be permitted to play report of the school board for thia with our Teddy hear and heat our . city brings the delightful information but not until then. . that the people's money is spent to tom-toN Mr. Chairman, under the "tightteach the young men and young ladies black and white, from G years wad" public school system which tho to G6 years to "trip the light fan- American congress imposes upon the K District of Columbia the pupils have iC tastic tee." N rN By all means the playground, paid cooking schools. The teachers give l the public money to little children, for by your constituent and mine, K should be equipped with a ballroom send them to market, and have them having gilded wall and waxen iloors, taught how to buv. These stall keepK . that these ladies and gentlemen col- ers in these markets who teach them IN uo not, I imagine, charge too little for IN ored and otherwise may, in swallowA' the teaching. N i IN tail coats and kid gloves, sleeveless When they have had this lesson in and bosomless gowns, instruct the 'IN iTN disciples of the lowly Xazarene who buying they take, or have sent, to the 'IN school that which the stall keeper are teaching from the pulpit that the them to buy; then it is sensual embrace of the round dance has taught five and' six course "festi-bles.- " feerved in leads directly, in the great hereafter, 'IN. I recently saw one of these to the certain attainment of that for It had which He bowed His head and died menu cards. principal ice cream on it. I asked the of the school upon the cross. he was a colored man whether the Niy 7K Dancing and Shower Baths. children made the ice cream or Nt" Let us, Mr. Chairman, that our lought it. He said they bought it ?5n TN earthly fame may be more lasting, aiready frozen, but he could not tell and that our glorious hereafter may me how much teaching it required to K be rewarded with a halo as big as a have the children and their invited Nl NJ,' horse collar, go back to those school guests to learn how to eat it. But. 'In IN Nl items, deprive the' common herd of Mr. Chairman, that is of but little intaxpayers, with bended backs, crook- terest to your constituents or mine. Nt 7K ed fingers, and bleeding palms, from All they have to do is to work hard NJ participation in the erection of this 1G hours out of the 24 to get the 71n dancing tabernacle, and give all the money with which to pay for it all. Then, in the public schools here in vl1 glory to the men of God in Tennessee, Nt 7K and let them pay for it. (Laughter.) Washington they have sewing schools IN Nt IN Mr. Chairman, in another of the The government furnishes them with school board reports I find that one the material which they use jn the IN IN of the colored school teachers de- sewing lessons. They make aprons, : JN NJ JN scribes the splendid shower bath3 and so forth, and then, after they are Nt 7Tn which have been erected in his made, they are made: vthe same garNjy school, asks now, in simple justice ment cannot can not be made any IN more, so they just let the girl take it to the District of Columbia, that a NU ' swimming pool be put in at public ex- home with her. pense. But that is of no moment to IN Also Teach Millinery. Nl either Kentucky or Tennessee or the Then, they teach millinery in the TN 7iN N .: l NU NJ other states; all they have to do with public schools here. The government 7KyK7FZ7KA:7k7K7KK in NJIn Nl Tfc NlK Nl Nl ?K ?K jfc & WNJ'; Jy ; 7K 7Sr ?? It is to pay for it. buys the untrimmed hat frames, also Then another colored teacher, so material with which to trim them. The the report says, wants a greenhouse teacher gives instructions how to trim Chapel, taught by Prof. J. B. Parson. erected and maintained at public ex- the hats When a girl has trimmed Coffey, is progressing well this pense, in connection with his school. one to suit her new dross, it is trimThe health of this community week. Mr. Chairman, why should he not med; it cannot be trimmed any more; have it? In this climate the flowers it is useless to the government, so is very good at this writing. bloom only in the spring, and that is the girl is permitted just to run along The land buyers from N. C. entirely too seldom for this gentle- Lome with it. Bro. Moxby, filled his appoint- are looking for homes this week. man of ginger-cakhue. Where you Then, so a printed a report of the I reside the chrysanthemum ha? school board says, if she wants to ment at 'Barnett creek school and Miss Emma Pelley, visited hardly faded until the lilac blooms trim another she does so. If, after it house, Saturday night and Sunand almost immediately after that the is trimmed, it is trimmed, it is of no Miss Lizzie Martin one day last Mareschal Niel, which has remained use to Uncle Sam; he does not wear day. green from fall to spring, blossoms? that kind of headgear, and tho girl is Mrs. Hase Able, of Casey's week. into beauty and fragrance, puts cut told just to run along home with it Mrs. Emma Blair and son, its tiny arms, and renews its kindly and give it to one of the family. creek, visited her mother, Mrs. and annual embrace of our humble Cut. Mr. Chairman, your constitucottages which stand upon the sites ents and mine do not care anything Mamie Mills, at Parson Saturday visited her mother, Mrs. Helm, last Satnrday and Sunday. where 50 years ago spacious colonial about that; all they have to tio with and Sunday. were the pride ,of Dixie land. the matter Is to plow corn, pick cothomes Mr. William Batie, is on the Mr. Chairman, this school teacher ton and hoe tobacco, so they can get and the children in his school are' re- the money with which to pay for all siek list this week. Quarterly Meetings. ferred to in the report of the board this. of education as yet bearing inherited There are a lot of other things done The writing school at Barnett marks from cruel burdens placed, in the Washington schools with which Greensburg, Earley Feb. 10-- n upon their parents by heartless task- the people back in the States have creek school, just closed last Greensburg Circuit, Poplar Gr. Feb nothing to do, except pay the bills. masters of the south. Friday, taught by Miss Mary 3. recently came across an tem furMr. Chairman, it costs the taxpayCampbellsville Sta. Feb. 8. AH the scholars improv-e-d ers of the Union only a few million nishing automobiles for some of the Rosi. Campbellsville Circuit, Asberry 9 school fratPrnity. The poorly-paidollars a year to keep up this teachin their 'writing and reported school terichers back in the States do in the district pubing of race hatred Mannsville, Circuit, Merriraac Feb lic schools. Now, why not, in the not c.u-- anything about this All they good success. 14-name of all that is good for the Union, have to do with it is to be taxed upon Miss Gertrude Blair, visited'her Casey Creek, Pine Grove Feb 16. should he who Is inculcating these theii own small salaries to help buy Columbia Feb. 24-those automobiles for the Washington sister, Mrs. Maud Dodson, of ideas into the youth of his color not ' Cane Valley, Mt. Carmel have a .greenhouse at public expense? school teachers. 7--f Feb If a janitor of a school is caught Taylor county last week, and 28. (Laughter.) v Under the precedent which you, Mr. hauling off coal covered up with ashef just returned home. Gradyville, Pickett's Chapel Mch, 2 3. 300.U00 lead pencils recently Chairman, have just established; play- from the school he may be reprimand. W.--FHogardT ' by the school board. I take it , The singing school at Milli's grounds, may be equipped wherever ed, but he does not fail to have his lor granted tkat the 200,000 lead 'yenT-i's must of necessity io for som her purpose than for writing and flouring purposes. That other purpose must be for in th playgrounds, if h' trinload of pen-s were not of suit i' le size already for jackstraws. hatchets ir'Rht b How-pve- r, surplled Instead of ci n, cs itak " in sK j "f jft 7ls 7t 'P I st r-- p Rit. I., y,Ou d rp a it-t- ee Special Bargain con-Btiruen- ts. Rate -- Good Only During Janu- ary and February. CouierJournaI year year... months i lf the ! CourierJournaI year year and .1 CourierJournaI three months and During Year 1912 tax-support- long,-tediou- s We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to oulr al ready Large List . -- I I -- I i One DoHar and Fifty Cents gets ? The News and the Weekly " Courier Journal One Year Louisville Times and News $4.50 T e 12-1- 1 17-J- . Feb-18-1- d 15. 25. 'jmr-i:hase- d v., V v JZi' T4. 1? dMPl -- -- - - "fir ffc-- '. ,,t i Jp- TVTIS . - 1 IkrC4 jfr,' - 'lSL' ! r- 7 ' I "Ml "i?S . c-- . X 1'fcMMPi llln rtfMBM - d, liAlrt u'D i x I i 3 do with that; all tie has to do fe to pay for the hauling. "The poor man in the different states in the Union buy.- school books for his own eh'lJren and - confederate put la a bill for hauling the ashes away; but the taxpayer hack in the States does not care, all he has to do with It is to buy the coal ana pay for hauling the ashes. The ashes are hauled away vard in Wrs'i-injtofrom every man's in the But th taxpiyer States has noth'n? to do vi'' tint; all he has to do is to pay for the haule r year to year In the mat-- o .impropriations the 'M'trict pre-s't.o-- figure of a crroving youth o'hing adapted to his frame. s th house would hand the cap1 ital UiUnic pality a s it tl.is year of t e same size as la-- year or even "With s nler wii ts protrulin; fr rj the coat culls, with rnees by upstretchiuu kaickeibock-e.s- , w th waistcx-afai'in; to mai e ing. connection wi.h the lower part cf the are A number of cootume, with coat tightly stretched to do dental work na'lv GO.OO'i ac oss an expanding cho t and strainschool children in ,vishIutont thne ing at buttons, the develot ing district children, rantring in a"e from 6 vears presents a sorrowing figure after it to 66 years some of them unnatural-ire- d has been fitted out by the ho'se idc t b-cl: n. bk ex-ios- td t de--'s.- s em-lo- ve The following tribute to the r!j faithfulness of Congressman Hen ' to foreigners. '' ool boo's rt rrT". nl t'.ien Johnson was written by Mr. J. committee according to But the people back in Kentucky the measurements and style lai I "e yevnir f'-e- fr. -- i their Ivcll.v South, a newspaper and jr '.'i to buy sercol bcoVj for the and Tennessee have notri- -; to do down by the latest bill to come from magazine writer of no"-- , and has "Kith this but pay f of tle bins, that body. The tendency of such a t?Klien of the millionaires here, bvjon printed in many of the lead-- ! tlon I say that if TMieir parents b The school criMren thee rfciircn r.0.iy is to subject the municipality the rieht kind of Americans they will ing dailies of the country: in age from C years to 66 to ridicule." years have rhysicians, paid out cf tolerate it no longer. But, Mr. Chair-'j'jie people should know anil District Won't Be Weaned. . man the prophecy which I read-tto treat them. B'it prbl'c the lvMnenib.ir lhe noWc nhl which S"IKf Mvtnnvv Vrvrf rt fnrt fliof HoV you but a moment ago shows I had 7. the people of the TJn"t?d States have r ; Ti. LliU uiuu the highway not lon I metm if in n nonnnor Hinnin l,or hut '"'i i.k,.ki. lu.iii nothing to do with this matter but to I t ago. Before I saw him I met a wor"I do not find it now. I have it here. or joarusiown, ivyM nas oeen pay f of the bills. running the road. She In the Washington Times of April 28, making in 'the committee and on Thse same school children have an In the road in haste, came looking back, down 1911, I find these words used by a (he floor of the hone during the trained nurses to wait upon theui past two weeks in an almost vain minister from the pulpit: when ill. But that is of no concern Ik other, as if danger followed, fane "You," speaking to the citizens of effort to throttle graft and lessen lo the people in tne different states: not ask any protection from me, the district, "are like n lot of In- in some small degree at least the all they have to do with it is to pay however. She seemed in no apparent dians on- a reservation, governed by reckless and useless expenditure dentists, physicians, nurses and emthe United States government and of the public money. ploy teachers for their own children, danger. I asked her no question, and The writer; tiirnprl n tVi HrA Whon with just as much intelligence as Inand then pay cost for of that never knew Chairman John?pnj great dians are governed. I have seen legisxearly GO.OOO enrolled children chil- curve in the read I met17a years big, he saw him m the "pit old, fat, chubby boy, 16 or lation passed for the district that has dren black, cnildren wh'te, children of hanging down his back, shamed me for my citizenhip in the. grappling single - handed and the Anerlcan citizen, children of the wi't curls the perspiration rolling down his alone with the howling Ircasmy United States.'' foreigner who disdains our flag, chilrunAs forecast nearly 30 years ago, hogs. Though alone and against ;1 have seen that boy. I mot dren 6 years old, cniidren 66 years face; and up the road he came he stopped the president has been surrounded, merciless odds, he realized his him on tho highway not long ago. Old. But the merchant, the farmer, ning1. When I met him you meet a the high officials have been brought cause to be right and his purpose Before saw him. I met a woman the laborer, the school child, the me and said, "Mister, did I woman up the road just ahead of In, and now, as then, there seems a true nor did he fail to give them, School teacher back in the States, has runnir, down the road in great r did. Ho said, "Was I suspicion, at least, the ministers may nothing to do with this except pay me?" battle royal. j,.,.. She asked no protection. she dressed in a black suit of clothes have been subsidized by this crowd f of the bills. o better evidence of the light eemo(i ju no ;,mit danger, but with a black bonnet and a big black upon the District of to help fasten The poor man in the different states plume in her hat?"t I said, "Yes; that Columbia that condition which we ho made is to be had than from! flcci on. t :l irvc ;n the road I of the Union buys school books foi howls and veils! mot ., roil( j, is the woman I met, and she was runf, cuibby bov now have. It is of no more import- the his own children, and then contributes ning." He said, "Well, I want to ' ance to me than it Is to any other that went up from all around and 0f ,; or 1T wjln curls hanging toward the purchase of the school catch her. Will you let me have your long accus-- j down hia i,acic anti perspiration member on this floor; but I do feel about him. Tho.--o books for the children of the millionhorse and buggy that I may catch that because of my position on the tomed to nursing at the public rolling' down his face. Tie ran up Washington. aire in I said, "I do not know about committee on the District of Colum- breast beheld themselves about to, oml nirl- - "Mister. Ait vnu mefu A great howl goes up in Washing- her'" that. First, tell me what you want bia 1 should call attention to these be weaned and raised a wild and ton against Ihe committee which a woman up the road ahead of vitL her." He then said, "That is things. would not this year build two new hideous Avail. Others who for'! me?5 T said I did. ("Dcscrintion. my mamma, and she is trying to The remainder of Mr. Johnson's school houses at a cost of $1,250,000. Voll. 1 want to catch her. etcj wean me, and I swear I do not intend speech was a legal argument relative years had boldly and 1 am an incompetent in their And io let her do it" (Laugher.) to the liability of the United States robbed the public treasury of tho! Vill vou let me have vour horse eyes because I stand between the people's money raved against Mr. Chairman, take this boy, which upon 515,000,000 of bonds. anj i;gtrVf T said:"1! do noi people In an effort to stop raids upon the District of Columbia says must "over ardent economy." "peanut! .10W aK)"ut tj,:it. Firt tell me tho public treasury. Because I object an etc.. etc. wjiat you want with her and why." politics," to giving away real estate owned by wear short breeches and your Uncle From Roosevelt's Columbus Speech Members coat, and compare him to f Johnson's worthy Behe the United States, I am narrow. :that is tny this picture what Sam, and comnpttee. poor wenehes. are niammv and -- he is trying to weaii cause I object to having the govern- present? then clothesdoes all will fit at No ment go into the construction busiwhooped into swearing they will; me. and Mear do not intend him. If a suit, perchance, had been ness for the street car companies, inOne only safe course to follow resign unless he relents and per-- j j() 0( j,cr ,o it.'" made at some time or other where stead of sticking to governmental the trousers were for a out-- . 31,.. K(i(,,r. the.--e thing.- - aro in this great American democracy miN unhindered the annual functions, I am wrong. Because I obwith- - written in tin- hope that attention were man poor of the people's millions man, and the ject to seeing one gang of men laying willing to have tho trousers made is to prove for making the popu- out word 'or question as to who. mav j)e ,lnnVn lo the worthy streets, followed in a short time by way, then they might fit your in that why or where the recipients though seemingly hopeless effort lar judment really effective. another gang tearing them up, I am Uncle Sam, because one of his legs male- thereof. which Hen .Johnson has not progressive. Because I object to pulled so long oy tne disIt s false statesmanship to enHe is reminded of the fact tint ing in the hou-- e to bring about a eeeing men here take advantage of has been Columbia that there is no of the necessities of those who are in trict for but one leg in those trousers. deavor, by the exercise of per- Hardstown. his home, is hut a iit- - businelike. economic:" admiiuV use distress and compel the unfortunate to (Laughter.) What kind of a hat must y the village in the road, requiring tration of public a Hir.--. I.e.verted ingenuitv, to seem to give pay from 36 to 250 per cent, interest a few hundred dollars armu- - pje of the -- tale and tin- great o nnnnnf. Sam have? They say Ti di Tli rf fTiirrtl! on borrowed money, then I am inter- youi Uncle that this boy must have the most ant, a most competent man they all the people full power and at the ally, while the nations capital' struggling mne of ihe people, of fering with contracts. Because I no matter what it costs, miM have her tens of million, other state- - know nothing of what been compelled. same tjme trck them OUt of it. wish the homeless renter should' be modern hat,where the money is to sdmit that he has no matter but .Johnson retorts that, cities are j. wing done either in the nu it uuw uiivmi iu uie ucirtjssiij permitted to pay as small a rate of fr0mo tal"nS 0lT his Clothes down to his up of people, and those of tioiinl coiigrc- - or their pITpM mischiev. . In th ' COme .. faa.it.lnn nnnn his llttk It is both futile and . Yut your Uncle,, Bam ,,nas oeen uudershirt and going back under - nis, l.iuiiiuru are just as Avorthy ishituies. .11iiuusi; us VI ,";,-.,""- .; ijuvs Hither then- - must, . .. i, luuicu weai-IIl,.. . Uie same uai o.i.v-- x.v. nm. these nasty, dirty steps, and there ous to endeavor to correct the and princely as the dweller- - in come l, i, i v.:i. 111U , awakening, and wih it IUW T,.. an IIUIUC III UJXJll pouring public money into takiug out books upon which a hand at-lives, then I am an anarchist The menced reform, or anon the dy of i my capital on earth. pit, from which no has not been laid for a quarter of a evils of big business by an owner of the house pays a dollar and this bottomless Some extracts from Mr. .Tohn - 'archv will begin to d.uvn on the condiever returns. Take his coat. a half rate on valuation. ' dollar been tattered and torn during century to seek what he finds. Have tempt to restore business son's speech are worthy of note. American pe.ople. It has great officers of this country the This makes his rate a dollar a hun- .ill tions as they were in the middle T quote the following: Would that every Kentuokiun, . this time,, and he has had but given to tho American congress the dred on a real valuation. The tenant "The printed report of the at lea-- t, might one suit of clothes, while this big. right which the American people of the last century, before railthe speech of pays a dollar and a half a hundred on fat, chubby boy, with curly locks, has have, especially when that right is school board for this city (YWh-'BeJohnsoi,. made on the fiooi a full valuation upon lys personal bad a new one every year; and now, asked in the most polite and dignified ways and telegraphs had render- iugton) brings the delightful in-- ! of the house .Ian. 22, 11)12, from property. when the committee calls a halt they terms? If it is denied by any one. ed larger business organization formation that the people's money which the above quotations are Would Do Justice to All. complain because, for the first time he should simply deny it, but not reis spent to leach the young men taken. be wiser, In order to do justice to all, one since 1S74, or as far as that is con- fuse to answer a polite letter, as two both inevitable and desirable. young ladies black and deed somewhat astounded should be lowered or the other should cerned, for the first time since 183S, of my letters have not been answered from 0 to (Hi .Years tot haps, and vet inspired with such The chief trouble with big bo raised. I care not which it is, so when the District of Columbia was by the secretary of the treasury. But ' 'trip the light fantastic toe. . , appreciation ot the 'M.ardstown .v, that the city will have sufficient reve- bankrupt, he is not to have a new these accounts will be found. Tiiis , uu. u.B fof nue, intangible personal property is suit of clothes. What has this boy bouse has conferred authority upon Dusinebs iw aiircu of rolumWn llllllUUj, that he would gladly teJn n,,iii,' o mnr nrn Anmnv mill not taxed at all. been denied? I say positively noth- - the committee on the District of Co- - that big business has so often the pupil? have cooking schools, men I did not raise a point of order in ing. That chubby boy in other lumbia to go into them. That com teacher give the public sav to all the world, "There by the principle! 1 the bill against the one, single, soli- - ' o.onls, the District of Columbia has mittee has done so to the fullest ex- refused to abide money to utile cnimrcn. senti stancis a man. tary item for which it was provided been given the last dollar, and then tent it hmld up to the present time; of the square deal. them to market and have them that tho district should pay wholly some, to which the law entitles him. Tut the power of this house will, I Pointed Paragraphs. thev to out of her own revenues, and I shall Kow we come. I say. to where the say, be called upon, if necessary, to I believe that the initative and taught howthis bin. When ......... Hsnmc ei ..1. in buying. nnt neb ' lesson have had nuu leuenu gunuiuuieui uuc nwi. oiv force the production of those books. what they ' The district should be permitted to more than that to which it is entitled It these high officials who have them referendum should be used, not they take, or have spend her own money as she pleases, under the law; but the time now in charge will not lend a helping as substitutes for representative have bought to the school. Then You can't expect a blind man ' fivn nnmui IV it if !c crMil 111 i 11 VWHl.A f7i.:ll.. but it is the duty of every member in comes when the federal govern-thi- s hand to see whether or not the Unitv 11 in government, but as methods of ble. 1 recently saw one of ihese to see the error of his way. body to see to it that the money ment is asked for that which the ed States government, whom they given by the federal government to district has unlawfully received for represent, has had and is to have a making such goverment really menu cards. It had ice cream on long years; when, as a matter of fair settlement of its accounts bethe district is not thrown away. it. T asked the principal of the Even there "has b.eeu" never I would not object to see the dis- - fact, in not one of those years has tween the government of the United representative. ccnooi no was a coioreo man- - forgets own lawmaking body, the district been legally entitled to it. States and the District of Columbia, trict have her the day when he was' 'it. I do not believe in applying whether the children made the ice elected by the people of the district, Frightful Indictment, then I Fay God help this country. A ,, . ,, bought it. He said they and I would be glad to see the dis- - ' Mr chairman, one of the most ehanse is impending. The infant tne recau save as a iusl resurt, cream orit bought already frozen, but ho have the privilege to expend her prop-iaIt's easier to know what to do things j ever saw in the manufactories have been protected when it has become clearly evi- own money just as the people of the anguasej a thing that was opportune by a tariff wall so long that the peocould not tell me how much tench- is to do what you know. district wish to spend it. I, above th and h opportune now, I find in ple in the last congressional election dent that no other course will ing it required to have the chil- - than it an ouiers wnom. i nave iieara express an old report. arose from ocean to ocean and from lren and tneir invited guests to A child con save its parents a themselves upon the subject, am in the gulf to the lakes, and because of achieve the desired result. M Sims: A report of what? learn' how to eat it. Hut that is favor of a democratic local A re that uprising there is a majority Mr. Johnson of Kentucky: The crook in public life is not of little interest to your consti- lot cf money by not being twins. in the district. committee. upon this sid of the house today congressional port of a When the district comes to levy The report, in speaking of conditions whica wishes and which intends to ordinarily the man whom the tuents or mine. All the have to do is work hard lfi hours of thes Never offer a man advice until her own taxes, marshal her own as- which then existed, had this to say see that the accounts between the sets, expend, untrammeled by con- in epeaking of the district govern- government of the United States and people themselves elect directly 24 to get the money to pay for you find out just what kind ha, gress, her own taxes, then she will ment: the District of Columbia have been to a highly important and respon- it all. wants. appreciate a responsibility which will "They teach millinery in upon properly kept. (Applause.) "They have laid their hands sible position. encourage congress to help her with schools here. The teacher of the comall the organized forces Activity of the "100." a generous hand. munity; they have captured every About the sweetest thing omThe effort to restore business gives instructions how to trim This is but the beginning of anA spirit of wastefulness will stop source of influence, public and pri- tho hats. When a girl has trimcongress quicker than anything else vate; they have dictated the conduct other question. This select 100, I to the conditions prevailing half med one to suit her new dress, it earth is a girl of seventeen whothey call it here, hang around in a desire to aid the district-Noof the presr, controlled tne legisla- the Capitol doors and beseech and a century ago and to trust for is trimmed ; it cannot be trimmed is stiil a baby. Mr. Chairman, we have heard ture and manipulated the courts; . , all these years that whatever the Dis- they have demanded the Irresponsible plead with every man, "For God's justice solely to such proposed any more; it is useless to the government, so the girl is permitted trict of Columbia wanted of the United cisbursemerlt of the . public funds; cake take care of the National City, Don't imagine that people are States it got. The language just used they have secured the arbitrary ap- in which you own a part." Mr. Chair- restoration is as foolish as if we iust to run along home with it. by me, I believe, shows that to be pointment of all officials, high and man, since I have been in congress should attempt to arm our troops Tf she wants to trim another, she going to call your a liar every I and every other man who has been conclusive. I never quite understood low; they have cultivated congres-rioadoes so; it is of no use to Uncle time they think it. paid enough in ex- with the flintlocks of Washingall came about, but the Washhow it Ram, and the girl is told 'just to committees; they have de- in congress have to buy himself a ington Post of Aug. 28, 1911, had bauched public servants; they have orbitant charges run along home with it and give ton's Continentals. Don't be too modest. People- home might call his this to say: surrounded the president; they have ewn, here which he it to one of the familv ' inno matter how much he has but and "The drift of the The antitrust law does good in patronized the rowdy element; they "A number of dentists are em- - never criticise an old hen for1 laid they will ever call it theirs. Let fluential element toward this city have intimidated the primary asseminvoked ployed to do dental work for cackling after she lays an eggy could take no better turn than we blages of the people; they have pack- one of you whose city they say this so far as it can be yeee in the increased number of con- ed political meetings; they have con- is offer to take one item of anything against combinations which real- nearly 60,000 school children in Washington, these children rang-- ! No matter what tne future has gressional homes. Once they become spired to overthrow political organi- without paying two prices for it, and memthen see whether it is your city or ly are monopolies, or which re- ing in age from 0 to 10 vejirs . interested it Is noticeable that imposed their canzations; thoy have m store tor a woman, she will undergo a change of heart that didates upon the people and driven theirs. I say, Mr. Chairman, that is strict production, or artificially some of Vi bers them unnaturalized for- - ' bodes no ill for the municipality. voters to their support through the same condition which arose and eigners. But the people back in lok for it on the bargain Evidently they come to see what threats of starvation; they have sup- caused a public uprising" in this land raise prices. and Tennessee have qy, trusts, which are but the Washington really needs." pressed freedom of speech in the Dis- against the and people have nothing what- nothing to do with this out pav The the offspring of this Mr. Chairman, I saw in the Wash- trict of Columbia and made liberty of outgrowth f tie bills. Owing to the difference in Friday, Jan. l.olitical action an offence; they have high protective tariff. Now, there ever to jfear from giving any ington Evening Star of "Tlie ashes are hauled away which, in speaking neduced the wealthy, tyrannized over comes and is rising from day to day, 12, 1912, an article public servant power so long as free from every man's back yard weiSht people now invest m fake., . of the government's contribution td-- the poor, ostracised the honest ana not in the halls of congress alone, ward the District of Columbia, aays: J Dersecuted the Independent; they J hut throughout this land, a cry that they retain their own power to in Washington. Hut the taxpaver mining stocks instead of buying money ;s being taken from the tax- sack in the states has nothing" to !cumberSome gold "la its restrictive treatment ny tne bricks: hold him accountable. r -- fr one-hal- I fun-is- T ; one-hal- J, ',,,,. ' rl-- T i one-hal- f i - I I d one-hal- g one-legge- d one-legge- d have retained the leading members of the bar, subsidized the churches and schemed for the control of th fchool and charitable fund; they have fought the power of appointment of judges to be the ministers and have made the rolice acnts of their will; ' they have organized a militia establishment on the basis of an army corps. ' "This grave indictment, if anywise true of the late governing power of the district, becomes at orce a lesson and a prophecy when it is contemplated to vest still broader powers ur-othe commissioners other than ti.ose conferred upon the governor and board of public works'." Mr. Chairman, that is a frightful indictment; but in that indictment a prophecy was made. Has that projiiecy been fur lied? Is it not ing fulfilled every day and eve-- y hour whiIe we stand here? You llear il sai'1 on the streets and vou see it ?- - JUe press that an attempt is going to be made to repeal tue system. But realizing their enormities, realizing that the government of the United States has protected m's infant industry, the District of Columbia, to the point where the high protective tariff has protected the infant manufactories of this country, namely, to the detriment of the peo- P'e '. they fear and tremble that out Ul J1"""suiwuu t llldj ue pealed. They ilee when no man When they fear its repeal, what is their first step? To tho White House they flee. There, as predicted CO years ago, they surround the president of the United States, end when they emerge from the White House they come with smiles upon their faces, saying to themselves and others, 'Do not fear for plan, because if the the American congress repeals It the president will veto it." Tho committee on the affairs of the District ol Columbia has sought to arrive at the condition of the accounts between the District of Columbia and the United States. Are facilities being given to the accountant and to that committee? Let us see. Twice has the secretary of the treasury refused even to answer a polite letter from the chairman of tiro committee on the District or Columbia asking that the man who has been in charge of these accounts for nearly 25 years be permitted to go with this accountant and show him the accounts upon the books. Where are those books? Members of congress know that at the north of the treasury building there is a long flight of granite steps. , No Answer to Letters. Back under those steps, covered with the dirt of a third of a century, are the old accounts between the United States government and the be-ran-i- ng nalf-and-ualf payers in the stat" anl given away here, and f'cn ly them wasted, thrown to the winds, in swimming pools, greenlousc? mid things like l?t, which our e?."ron in the coun-trnever dream of getting. During Cr last session of rengress. wsen '" v 'ad rn arrrc: nation hill a'ro-nn- r v "E30XO BEIJ" THE WATGK303 OF U,S. TREASURY ; odd !: ' dcll-- ic!' r.: td ' b?;y d'-.ti-'-u, :- vlza for the I R"ered : ' '-- eJil-- I "-i- s - f .r "" i word iirii! t.iiJ "" i - an t!. ' I "There Starts a Fvian!" vote oij ynr. "cr If our f'-oochildren l n iir "vri, bet net -- t:-- .t a 7 e . 1 j ff "'""'", "! , 1 - - i- pur-suet- h. children of the millionaire in Washington. "A great howl goes up in Washington .'gainst the committon which womM noi his year build tu o new M'hool houses at a cost of T am incompetent' in $l.ii.")0,0(K). their ry because I stand between" the people in an effort to stop raids on the public treasury. Because. I object to giving away thfc real estate owned by the United States I am 'narrow.' Because I object to having, the government go into the construction business for the street car companie-- . I am 'wrong.' IJeau.-- e I object sw l.iviiMf ing one gang of men streets, followed in a short tiim by another gang tearing them up. I am not progressive.' Because I wish the homeless rentei shcnM be permitted to pay as small a rule of Isivntion fi? !ii larwllnrfl. tllon j am Slll ..limrchist,- etc.. etc. ir,.. J0hn,0n likened the trict of Columbia to a "biir. fat. chuhbv bov" in thj following D?s-un- tii an-ccdo- te: chase of the school books for the then contributes toward the pur- 1 j I half-and-ha- lf war-whoop- s, j red-hand- ed -- , "au-.rchist.- " 1 1 - ! j . j U-e- n I - pco-onl- i i ! I - is-- I rm-ma- de - j kg-Hardito- S c ' VV 1111,11 J I ; two-third- s ' t v te-u- f n He-wou- ld in-a- nd , fm t '- -' .. per-whi- te rjct lhp-Di&(- j iiT-- k i '- ( -' I 1 ! ! j ' 1 i- j j . 1 . 11 111 i I 1 v. 1 j j I i i 1 . ap-tri- ct te j nt tin-publi- c - be-l'e- - w, r il . I well-to-d- o j , i count-Kentuc- ky ; one-lml- s -- 1 1 A. I IT THE ADAIR COUNTY THE -- ADAIR M:Sb .COUNTY knowledge, and so NEWS within our far as we can see. cut but little. PMi911il!liSMSilSSil!Si!l!iSi9PPP!lPiSPSiliM! figure in the battle next fall. r Roosevelt has had two terms, and BY THE country in the grasp Adair County News Company. he left the of a severe financial panic when, ( Incorporated.) apparently, no real cause for it CHU3- - S. HARRIS EDITOR. could be given. President Taft, his competitor for the nominaDit:i'i.i itic newspaper devoted to the up to the tlic City of Columbia and the ueople tion, has not measured lair and adjacent countl. hopes of the people, or the ex- pectation of his supporters. In E as sec- at the Columbia 'nd la.s mall matter. face his administration has been f dl"saPPint" 0ne great maSS I). WJjI. iMAldtli., 7' failures. This is to Democraticyear, and glow- 3 he Legislature will adjourn be a ing platform pledges with either :next week. Published Every Wednesday en--- i I'ost-ofWce m n im &WJ. t Whats the best Turning 66 VULCA W fHE T tx& iyiA!mnfJj i What's file Best, Heaviest and Cheapest Wn Mr. Roosevelt Governor McCreary has signed pledged thereto will not be sufficient to get the enthusiastic the county unit bill. support of the2 t Republicans. . The present Congress will There are thousands of Republiprobably reduce the tariff on su- cans who want) a change, and gar. will vote on their judgments. Mr. Taft or rence inc PB A Am erican 99 M What's the Best Stock and Poultry Tonic? Drs. Hess Clark's Remedies. & The following extract from an old letter was sent to Mr. Rollin y Hurt, of this place. The It is given out that President is from Hon. Ben JohnTaft will soon start on a speech-makin- son, Congressman from the tour. He will discuss Fourth district: Roosevelt issues. Washington, D. C, Feb., 17, '12 to the Wiandots (as I am informCreelsboro. Federal laws are all passed to Gadberry. R. Hurt, Esquire, Republican convention in the meet the desire of the roads and ed.) We have as yet no news Columbia, Ky. There is a good tide now and other big corporations. The on ; from them, and grow uneasy Eleventh district, to select deleSome of the farmers have bethe boats are running again. gates to the national convention, Dear Sir: common people derive no benefit gun plowing and grubbing in their account. Recently, In looking through Mr. Gordon Thurston, was whatever, from such legislation. this locality. will be held at Corbin April the some old records, 1 found an oid 6th. . visiting at home a . ew days last Even most of our Presidential Mrs. Samantha Gadberry, is on Jamestown. which contained an newspaper week, while the river was to low timber is taken from the forest the sick list. The Confederate pension bill article, a copy of which I send of the corporations and monop-ilie- s, for the steamers to run. Master James Blctir, Beckham passed the House one day last you. To preserve a little piece Mr. J. G. Murray, of Indianand even our Attorney Loy and Owen Taylor were viswill preach here Eev. Wells week. If the Coventor signs of local history it might be well apolis, Ind., was visiting friends next Saturday night and Sun-.da- Generals are selected by the iting Mr. Marvin Loy, Sunday. the hill, and doubtless he will, that your local paper publish it and relatives in this part last heads of the steel and oil trusts J. A. Darnell and family were every Confederate soldier ofi Sincerely yours, week. We are haviner several eood from among the big lawyers who visiting at Z. L. Bennett's SunKentucky will be paid a pension Ben Johnson. Uv.,.;c T? n T.QQVl prayer meetings at the residences have helped them to amass their o..'. oyiveatcj. xj.aii.io, a., W . day. of $10 per month. Attis McFarland and F. F. Cook, of our neighbors. Meetings are enormous wealth by corrupt THE MARYLAND JOURNAL R. T. Gadberry, wife and lit'members of Jamestown Lodge conducted by Bro. Bill Hughes, means. Knox Was the attorney Trim-- j AD-blSouth AND BALTIMORE for the steel trust, and was rec tle aughters, Ida and Helen, No., 359, I. 0. O.F., and Dr. our blacksmith. now clerk of the National VERTISER. ommended by Andrew Carnegie were visiting the formers mothCombest, M. F. Upton, Cortez House of Representatives, has Our school, being taught by Friday, August 10, 1792. er, Mrs. Sarah Gadberry, SunMcKinley, James Popplewell and Mr. Elmer Dalton, will close to be appointed Attorney Generplan to divide thej (No. 64, of Vol. XIX.) suggested a day. al by Wm. Mckinley, and he reD C' HPPer members of Rus" next Friday. be-- . vote of Kentucky equally (No 1479 ) Mrs. Mary Gadberry, is on the mains in the cabinet tween Champ Clark and Oscar Extract From a letter to a . sell bpnngs lioage ino., xou, an Our merchants are enjoying a Well, I will quit talking pol- sick list. Thurs- Underwood, both being natives gentleman in this city, dated Co - Ieft for Burkesville last good trade at present. Z. L. Bennett was in Columbia, itics for this time. udle' nd on the Sfcr-. ' da of the State. lumbia, Ky., June 19, 1792: Mr. Ed Oldham, died near Helm, We have had the coldest winter on business, Wednesday. Odd Mows Lodge "Thelndians fromtime to time insfcifcuted an Ky. , a few days ago, .a victim of ever known here. The coldest S. L. Bennett, is dangerously The Democratic party was Thursday night Feb., 28, T am clearly of there apoplexy. We sympathize with day was in January, and was 22 ill never more iortunate in pre- our nest wisnat this writing. opinion that since the first set- '1912. We extend his wife and children. degrees below Zero. We havei Messrs. Clay Taylor and Mark election signs of Democratic suclodge. tlement, they have stolen horses esto this new Quite a number from here at- had about 20 snows, the worst Loy, cess. With no feuds within, and left for Illinois, last week. At the February term of the tended court at Jamestown. to the amount of upwards of one falling last Tuesday night, no real general without, who can Messrs. Sellus and J. B. Loy, 3000L, that is from Columbia Russell circuit court, the grand Our farmers are not doing Feb., the 20th. The snow drift- were Dingo, success. The lyon killers doubt at 'jury returned fifty indictments. last Sunday. alone and its vicinity. much towards their crops, due to ed 6 or 8 feet deep, and trains nor the high tariff apostle can Mr. Acy Loy and Miss Ruth Thev now and then kill some1 The following marriage licen- were completely tied up. bad weather. not surmount the difficulties. of our citizens and scalp them, ses were issued from the Russell Stotts, of Bliss, were visiting The boys from Adair and Rus- Mr. Charlie Ferryman was or carry them into a horrid cap-- ' County Clerk's office during the Mrs. Louisa Loy, last Saturday After being out 112 hours visiting Harlan Dalton last week, sell who came to this State last night tivity. The latter end of April months of January and February: and Sunday. the jury in the Sneed murMr. Elmer Dalton, is on a busi- year, have all quit writing to the they killed within 3 miles of ' Welby Absher to Opal Oaks. Rob der case, Ft. Worth, Texas, News. I want to hear from all Gentrys Mill. Columbia, a Mr. James Nevil, a ert Antle to A. Noma Miller, ness trip to Jamestown today. agree. Seven were for failed to of them again through your Lieutenant in our militia a Chesier Carnes to Mary Pierce, His brother is teaching for him. acquittal and five for conviction columns. I hope none of them young man of great worth:! Stanley Beck to Lillie Claycon, farmers have not done a great OaKford, 111. Sneed killed the father of the! have become disheartened and they nearly skinned his head all Charles R. Williams to Emma deal of work for a crop, but man who robbed rum oi his wite, .returned to Kentucky. I have when over in taking off his scalp. The Overstreet, Warren B. Harris to Feb., 26, '12. there is a good day for his plea' being that the father been here 19 months, . and have loss of this valuable member of Alma Dunbar, W. C. Ross to Editor News: work they make use of it. was in the plot that planned the no idea of going back to society was greatly regretted, Marv E. Wolford,- - Joe Guffey to It has been quite awhile since tucky to live. " I can make elopement. Our merchants at this place, an was a very severe blow to Emma E. Sullivan, Eldridge I wrote to the News, but I have are doing a good business. The Edwards and Powers force his afflicted mother, who had but , Montgomery to Ima Irvin, Green not forgotten my promise to money here than I can in Ken- Born, to the wife" of J. N will lock horns at Corbin on the! a few months before followed m. Coffey to Elizaoeth Kimbler, write another letter, so here it is tucky, and I like the people fine I was offered $40 a month as a Brockman, on the 24th a son, 9th of 'April, the day set for the her husband to the grave; and! jame3 W. Roy to Mariah E. with a thought and a smile for clerk in a big store here, but I Mr. T. A. Alley, of this place, convention to select dele-- j was left with several small chil-soGeorge F. Meece to Levia everyone. ' can't afford to take it. I make has removed to Mrs. Emilv Mc- gates to the national conven-- ; dren, leaning and depending in a p. Blair, Reuben Griffith to Bes-tloI have been living in the village Edwards will lead the great measure on this her dear sje Biack, Gholson W. Coffey to of Oakford, since Christmas. I $75 a month with the assistance Corker place near Vester. Roosevelt fight and Powers and 'son. He was brought in and Mary J. Helm, Wm. M. Hare to have written before about the of my wife, and don't have very Several of the boys around' hard work to do. this place, are going to. leave for his followers are supporting Mr. buried with great decency. The; Cora Flatt, Bryant N. Miller to town. It is only a small place, Around Bloomington and Dan- Illinois in a few days. Taft. Convention goers are Rev. John Smith "preached a Hart, J. C. Ramsey to on the C. P. & St. L. R. R., 32 looking for ard to a hot old time. eral sermon on the occasion. A Dorsey Spencer, Ulysses E. miles northeast of Springfield. ville and Champaign there is betMr. George'Carter and William ter farming country than where Jasper, of Dr. W. G. Hunter will be present, Mr. Ball was killed or taken stapp to Lula Holt, Lawrence C. As you readers know, the two- this place, made a pay better a worker for Mr. Taft. prisoner at the same time; he! Winfrey to Mollie Leach, Preston cent rate is in force in this State, I"am located, and they business trip to Pulaski county wages. been heard of. A Eads to Corinne Stephens, Ruf us but on the C. P. & St. L., they last week. - The announcement of Mr. has not since This year is the State election Mr. Orcut, who was in company, ITnlicharge 3 cents tor all local tick Mr. Ethel Blair, bought some fn Mnrn RiP.harriS. Roosevelt for the Republican j as well as National. Caldwell on alreceived two wounds, but got in ets under a' provision of law, nice shoats from Mr. E. A. Mcnomination, is no more than we. tKe Democratic ticket, and & Party was given at Mr: and and is nearly recovered. 'About lowing the old rate to continue Kinley last week Price vai- -. exnected, even though he is on thp hpfrinninpon the Republican, are the y L. A. Lawless' last 'of Mav. 3 men Mrs. of receivers c"pn roads m the hands known. ... record against the third term. were ,Killed, on the road be- night, and quite aj num-b- at the time the new law was most important candidates for , Mr. J. H. Alley, of this, place, His-.- declaration ,T . . . . orougnt mucni Governor, and I think the Dem twtjfcjn uiinuimmw aim ueAiiigLUii. from town went' out. All passed; 'There are only two or ocrats are pretty well divided was visiting at Mr. Austin ' Brycomment both favorable and unfavorable, and his position on Three ambassadors are sent toj eport enjoyable tmie. three roads in the State that between Clark, Harmon and Wil- ant last Sunday. ' v public questions and policies have the ditterent Indian nations, to son, and the Republicans between rate now. charge the Several of the. boys who are likewise been wfdely discussed. negotiate a peace, a Mr. Gerard, You can aajr goodbye to constipation The railroads have many ways Roosevelt Taft and LaFollette. atteding the L. W. T. b., came primary election will be with a clear conscience if you use The Just how strong he may prove to an inhabitant of Columbia, to the to beat the people and evade the Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have held here in April. Friday evening to visit be with his party, whether he Shawnese a Major Trueman to home laws of the various states, and it been permanently cured by their we. With good wishes to all I close. will be the nominee or not, is not the Delawares and Col. Hardin their parents and friends. For sale by Paull Drug Co. R. N. Anderson. goes without saying that our Two new battleships will likely be ordered this year. There is an old adage "in time of peace, An Old Document. Call on THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE for all the above articles, together I5 prepare forjwar. " with Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, Saddles, Har ness and a General Line of Hardware at the LOWEST PRICES. -- intro-ductr- m g ! ' y. I - ( e. ! ; ! to-da- y. j ! , b , - ! . i ' i . j i i j j i I I ! Wil-distri- ct n, n. , j t j fun-JSedal- ia - , j j j I - De-ne- en 1 t Wed-nesda- -- - " C9 -- mi er - i - at-San- o ! nt Q . ZmtiS THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS iff t li I WfJ rHl ' mB E Mflr " )& V ftH ln H I fvl LOUISVILLE MARKETS. on Live Stock rJx Latest Quotations 8 C fi flV YsvRv CATTLE & ?5.506.00 5.255.50 2.0n3.00 ' 1.002.2o ' w & 5 $ lit KAEI& HKm VOT ?l ff f5ilsi fSE WKurOa tN J V Shipping steer Eeef steers Fat heifers and cows Cutters Canners Bulls Feeders 4254. 75 $$ i PMSE M5 zft Wl Mf i (( Stockers .' 253.00 4.254.75 2.753.75 2. 35.00-45.C0 00 Every dollar's worth of Royal Fence on a farm increases its selliiig value many fold -- fr lyl Choice milch cows Common to fair cows HOGS ... 15.00-35.- 8 6 4U f ffe 6 Economizes Buie?9 Flour. Eggs; makes the food more appetizing andl wliolesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ot Tartar . Of i Choice 210 up 4 What is being done today lwHHHKjl(i'Pg in thousands of cases? ""'-IRun down farms are being bought up, fenced, fertilized a?and otherwise improved and worked or sold at handsome profit. M (W ?$ ffl Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs Roughs SHEEP AND LAMBS 6.25 5.15 Best lambs Culls 5.00 3.00-- 4 COO gigHKl , 3.005.00 00 t -- Fatsheep GRAIN PPMJialE1! "--" JRL - J$jj Wheat. Corn. .. 51) I "E 50 Local Market. r.it.-m-t---aT -- ay 15 10 6 Qi all farm improve SIS' TTIOTsi'G- T47VVOTl "tlTTI -jr To-da- PERSONAL Mrs. H. B. Ingram, was quite sick last week. Fire and Accident Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks . fence costs the ttr ?r Insurance. am the Local Agent for two first-cla- ss least ana 3 vnIue Turkeys Geese Ducks Wool : S 10 Fire and Accident InMr. Horace Massie. was here from surance Companies, and have Taylor county Monday. been assigned this teriitory. ' If Mr. Fred Hill made a business trip you need Insurance, either Accito Louisville, last week. dent or Fire, write me, Miss Sallie Field, was confined to her CHARLIE MULLINIX, room a few days of last week. Mr. W. B. Patteson is doing special revenue work and is located at Bards-town. 6 9 14 fall clipping Wool spring clipping Hides (green) Feathers Ginseng Beeswax Rife, Ky. Yellow Root May Apple (per lb) 27 8 44 5 00 50 H-- Kff 3.5 2 Springs. Mr. Geo. H. Gowdy made his regular Without a jar, shock or disturbance, trip to Columbia, the first day of the is the awful speed of our earth through T?qtt Pmvna OTirl TViyfai oy month. space. We wonder at such ease of Mrs. Geo W. Staples, returned from movement, and so do those who conducting a series of meeting at the Cincinnati market last Friday take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No French Valley. Several profesnight. griping, no distress, just thorough sions and a number of seekers. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Cane work that brings good health and fine Valley, spent Saturday night and SunMiss Dollie Wells entered feelings. 25c. Paul Drug Co. day in Columbia. Russell I na-ture's Nineteen Miles a Second. Q"S mr stiff steel wire, the strongest and best possible to produce for fencing purposes. The stay r i''?ii'is,suaiiZjmrz' si Wy j? T' VST ri Slf-jrm&mz&tt&jmrjvf or upright wires are continuous u m.'.'w y s t js from top to bottom of the fence, 9 and secured to the horizontal wires by the Royal loop. Being wrapped around the horizontal wires entirely within wMfsJrJSf the tension curves, the stays are rigidly held W&WJ& in place and side slipping prevented. The whole forms a fabric of the greatest strength and ample flexibility, the best of the continuous stay fences. ,iypM s? j? jS fr Jf. 1!yV" SiM '" sstlyi( WC Lj iyS fc Jf jfi -- IricStM'' ur VySvS5 Royal Fence is heavy, hard, made of mrmwgmMmwpr - vi.. S uanr i A.y xr 4 4 Q"0 imr The prayer meeting at this Winfrey. place, was very largely attended Mr. and Mrs J. W. Houston andl We are glad to say the Graded last Wednesday, and a very intheir daughter, Miss Helen, returned For Sale. school election was a success last teresting sermon was delivered Missionary Institute to be Held at Jamestown, March to Columbia a few days ago. Saturday, most ever one being by G. L. Walker. Master John Beard, son of Mr. and 30, 31, 1912. Three Hundred White Oak trees. .T. P. Beard, who was quite sick Mrs. for it. Address Titus Mercer, Milltown, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Whitlock and Mrs. last week, has very much improved. Mrs. Ida Payne is confined to Emma McMahan were visiting Mr. J. P. Jasper, of Hartford, Ky., is here on business. He was formerly her room this week. their aunt at Keltner, You judge a man not by what he 9 a- m. Opening. proprietor of the Columbia Hotel. promises to do, but by what he has Mrs. Ermine Wilson has quite 2 Should we pay our assessments and why? Mr. W. A. Coffey, attended the done; That is the only true test. a severe attack of tonsilitis. meeting of Committeemen of the Elev- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged Rev. Waller Pierce filled his J. W. WELDON, J. R. RANDOLF. enth Congressional district at London by this standard has no superior. PeoProfs. Alper and Hancock, op- regular appointment at this last Thursday. ple everywhere speak of it in the highticians, have been at the Kimble place the fourth Saturday and 2 Pastors duty to these in giving and collecting? morn- est terras of praise. For sale by Pauli Mr. Fred McLean, left Friday J. L. MURRELL. house for several days. Sunday. ing for Liberty to assist the Casey Drug Co. circuit court clerk through the term of Born, to the wife of Jim ClayJ. L. PlERCr. 4 How do you raise these Your plan, Mr. Garnett Morrison and For-- Sale. court which commenced last Monday. ton, a girl last week. w R. WAGONER. wife, of this place, were visiting 5 Benefits of systematic giving. Mrs. Sam Mourning and her daughtMr. Waldrop who has been his parents from Tuesday until er, Miss Nellie, Urbana, 111 , daughter One span horse mules " years old 16 6 How and by what system have our Women accomplished so much? and granddaughter of Mrs.- Kate Smith, hands high. visiting his daughter, Mrs. In Thursday. MISS MAGGIE SMITH, deceased, arrived last Friday afternoon. W. H. Cundiff gram, returned to his home last MRS. J. A. GOODMAN. Miss Julia Eubank has accepted a Many sufferers from rheumatism Friday. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has position in a millinery establishment at have been surprised and delighted with Mission Fields, China, Japan, South America, Mexico. Korea and Cuba, 17-2- C Mrs. Golan Butler, has been sufferPure bred single comb white Leghorn Mr. L. Rounds is on the sick ing irom a severe spell of tonsilitis for eggs for sale, 15 for 50cts. several days. list this week. Mrs. John D. Lowe, Miss Amanda Butler, has just return- 17-Columbia. Ky. Mr. Charlie Winfrey is at home ed from a two week's visit to relatives now. Mr. Winfrey has been a in Campbellsville. Two good cows for sale. Appy to way some Messrs. B. H. Giipin and Robert time in the interest of Garrison Bros. Borders, were here from Campbellsstaves and lumber for Humble & Columbia. Ky. ville, a few days ago. 2t school at this place last week. $ Reed Hardware k 4 "S"6"6"0"99"68"6"Q $3"SS"fr84S"64Q$$ the past "month is now able to be out again. Prog ram 17-- 2t 1 - . - ; 7 Our prompt relief afforded by applying the Fry. Lay Leaders ought to take in these lo bring best results. Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case 8 The part our x of coughs, colds and croup. It can be J. P. HARRISON. W. S. NIGHT.. of Rheumatism in ten requires any Mr. Oscar McBeath, of Boyle coonty, depended upon. Try it. Sold by Paull Mr. Will McM'ahan, who has whatever. This who was recently a citizen of Columbia, Drug Co. 9 The Sunday School's part in this work, and the results? been confined to his room for is for sale by Paull Drug Co. is now representing the International G. A. BARNES:' Harvesting Machine Company. He Hezekiah Harmon, who was in prison reached this place last Saturday and Laymen and Pastors are urged to give a few hours to above themes and', will make Columbia headquarters. & at Frankfort, is dead. His remains arcome prepared to take part. Bro. J. V. Weldon will preach on the 29, at 7 p. Mr. I. C Winfrey, of Beck's Store, rived here Tuesday night. Cumberland county, father of Attorney; m. L C. Winfrey, visited Columbia last Mr. Forth and family and uncle Friday and Saturday. He reported the We vill have preaching each day and night. Come in the Spirit of pray- Houston Oil Company, now drilling for Solomon Turpin have removed to their er. oil near Burkesville, struck gas last farm near Cane Valley. Central City, Muhlenburg county. She won its great reputation and extensive is now in Cincinnati, but will leave in a sale by its remarkable reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures few days, to fill her engagement. lin-ime- nt $$m week. Mr. E. W. Newman, of Washington, known to the reading public as "Savoyard," visited his daughter, Mrs,, H. N. oeachamp, at Campbellsville, last week. Mr. Newman was born and reared in Metcalfe county, and ranks high as a writer and a historian. D C, To Mothers-An- d Others. Last Saturday.Mr. D. Knifley was auling lumber and' his wife and small child were on the wagon when both were jostled off falling under tlhe hind wheel. Both were run ovtr and while Mrs. Knifley is not seriously injured the child is not likely to recover. The only reason given why it did not kill both is that the ground was very soft, it is fortunate tha it is no worse than it is. Some Flyers for the Week Bro. E. F. Goodson, our Secretary, will be with us. W.F.HOGARD. Cane Valley. You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema, rashes, tetter, chaf ings, jcaly and crusted humors, as well as their accidental injuries, Q. P. SMYTHE for cuts, burns, bruises, etc , with perfect saiety. moinuiK eise ueuia no qmcKjy. For boils, ulcers, old, running or fever sores, or piles it has no equaL-2- 5 cts, at Paull Drug Co. TheGolumbia Livery stable, occupied by Goff Bros., will be recovered. - 4ic Standard'Prints (all styles) - 74c "Hope" Bleach Cotton 8 wide Bleach Cotton 5c - 5 to 10c Colored Cotton Shirtings - - - 4c Apron Check Ginghams - 8c Large Assortment Dress Ginghams Trion Brown Domestic 5c Our Spring stock is coming-inow. You will be agreeably surprised at the low prices. Come early and get tha first selections. 7-- ' Mr. Jake Vanhoy, of Springfield, is visiting his father, S. Mr. VV. w The health of our community is very good at this writing. L. Wilson, has sold-- ' nr m x uuinis ijiucery sunts 1a iur. !.. Mr. Bingham Moore and wife, Vaughan.. i" ! n.. W I ir. n - - . Russell & Co, PIRE INSURANCE and RCAL C&TATE I &$$$&$$&& $$$$eit$3 spent Saturday night and' Sunday with Dr. N. M. Handcock and family. Mr. Cleave Thomas and twife, of Corbin. were visiting his mother last week. Mr. Melvin Gavehas about completed hia new dwelling. Misses Julia Moore andPmk Callison, were the guests of 'Miss' Bessie Smith last Tuesday night. Miss Ada Eeese is teaching school near her sister,. Mrs. Horace Massie, Taylor county. Mrs. Harriet Cundiff, is in LaFayette Ind. KZ THE ADAlk COUNTY NEWS The can candidate, whether it be! case of the trained young women Taf t Roosevelt' or some other. Atlas Peck has traded for a in search of employment is a There never was and never dope to be used as a companion peculiar one. The youngwoman will be a better advertiser than ' a left mo withT a fr?gutul CGi;?h 01.Z m trained for school teaching has the Sage of Sagamore Hill. While leflvervweak. 7. had soells. when Irmil.i 2 miuil he can get a wife. ".. " LJ hardly brcv little difficulty in getting a posi- Rooseveltremainsthe presidential minutes. My doctor could rcthel-g- j Mrs.Jsaac Hellwanger spent tion, and the stenographer when possibility, Roosevelt will loom tq me, but I was completely cured b; Jj .& Wednesday at a Tickville store 3 she graduates from business col- lavrra- in m nnklin sm... "D -- - Hd 0 DRe SO..H uuuilli eve. rwUUiit:""6- '" looking at a piece of calico. lege generally has a job secured velt putting aside the kingly 1 SjliSSISVSi An enlarged picture of Jesse for her. m j. r nftx. .Tnifet. til The girl with hist- - crown, thrice offered. icn.mV.i J mes has been hung on the wall rionic training has recourse tojture that looks well in at the Hog Ford moonshine still dramatic agencies, or, if she is a But from this vantage point, to a house to'preserve order. graduate ef a reliable dramatic; finish fight with the Federal ma-- .! Slim Pickens has entered so- school, the latter institution helps chine and a more than doubtful !C. D. ciety, and since doing so he has her to get a position. Farther contest with a reorganized DemVETERINARY 5liR(iQK put insect powder on his mule down the line we find the girl of ocracy to follow, it is a far cry. IS and greases his buggy with vas- more limited education and abil- Meanwhile the Columbus platities who has received domestic form adds to popular interest. It eline. trainiug. She, when in search in no wise commits the Colonel. Dock Hocks, who fell from the of a position, applies at one of Louisville Times. fence Thursday and broke two the numerous commercial emribs, is being attended by the Do you knotv that more real danger ployment agencies. lurks in a common cold than in any umbrella mender from Bounding But the young woman who is other of the minor ailments? The safe Special Attnetin lo Eyes Billows. way is to take Chamberlain's' Cough colleged trained or self taught, istulo, Spavin or any surRemedy, In his lecture at the Wild On- so that she is capable of filling an tion, anda thoroughly reliable prepara- gical work done at fair prices 1 am ; rid yourself of the cold as well fixed to take care of stock. Men ion school house a few night ago important position, finds quickly as possible. This remedy is for ey due when work is done or stock it ex- sale by Paull Drug Co. removed from stables. Prof. Sap Spradlin gave it as his tremely difficult to secure such a LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RES!DE,CE, opinion that dandruff was only plaee. There has been no way ON BURKSVILLE STREET. The Girl on the Girl. freckles jarred loose by sneezing. of letting the people know where Yam Simms has written to a she can be found. In former The farmer's girl does not genChicago house for a prospectus years most college girls took up erally realize the advantages she of a new suit of clothes, and ex- school teaching on graduation. has for self improvement over fi. pects to walk with Miss Fruzie Now the field of endeavor has the city girl, or those situated in Attoney-At-LaAllsop under her large hat ere broadened. Social work, adver- other positions of life, says an Will practice in tising, medicine, newspaper exchange. The freedom and inthe onions bloom again. this and adjoining counties. Jamstown, : Kentucky, Ellick Hellwanger heard of a work and business managing dependence of farm life affords opened their doors to young opportunities for study, which, marriageable widow with three have if rightly employed, would degentle children and a cow, living women. x I f--J FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD PERSON'S BOWEL TROUBLE One of the most remarkable proofs of the unusual laxative merit contained in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is that it is effective not only in people in the prime of life, but at the extremes (of ages. As many letters arc received from mothers regarding the '.ures of children, as from men and Tvoi.un of sixty, seventy and eighty .ye.' of age. It must be truly a won-dul laxative. 1. Hogwallow News. The Tbained Women. c- of constipation and "bo cl trouble in old people it has no 3 1 the cure eg cis It corrects the constipation, the headache, biliousness, gas, drr - n'ess after eating, etc. People jlv. .icing in years should see to it address to the doctor. Address him Dr. W. B. Caldwell, .Mat their fcowels mov'e freely, and ff tl.cy do not to take Dr. Caldwell's 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. r'- -' Syrup Pepsin. You can prolong your life by healthy bowel action. Clogged bowels" invite disease. Women about to pass the menstrual period cannot do better than use Syrup Pepsin several times a week until the system has settled to its future condition. Among the strongest supporters of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin aYe Mr. W. G. Zorn of New Decatur, Ala., and Mr. George S. Spaulding of the National Soldiers' Home, Kansas, both elderly men. The regular size bottles can be bought of. any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar, but a free sample bottle can be had by sending your I IW KmQ' prinL(.feSjSSSBBSSSn ! . Crenshaw V-J- '' i 4 , A cojwphjvy riucHEs xA S X bunds: LargestWholesale Sash and Door House in the South. Send your orders to us for prompt shipment and good goods. TJ We appreciate them. Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns Porch Material, Stair Work, Jnterior Finish, Etc. n9 0O O 4mKH $ 9 Poll-evi- l, 0 e i Li L. IMS CO., INCORPORATED. 44--&- "S R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec 1889 Joseph Stone, w -- U. G. HARDHIC. Pres. J. H. COCKE, V. Pres. WJ.Pyne Mill & Sup ply Co. -- ESTABLISHED m INCORPORATED FvimitWiGHTS N. DEALERS IN I During the months of January and near Thunderation, but February we will send the Adair bounty after a visit to that place he con Courier-Journcluded that he would take only News and the Daily one year each for $4.00. The Daily the cow six months and over al Courier-Journ- al the mficHiNiSTS ENGINES. EOILERS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS 1301 TftlRTeeNTft-MftlLOUTS VILLe SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work Atlas Peck, 'who ha9 recently Adair County News one year for 82.75. been appointed chairman of The Daily Courier Journal, three County News one the grievance commitree that months and the Adair year for $2.00. Remember that this will assist in the operation of unprecedented offer is good only in the the railroad that will run into months of January and February. Now Tickville has returned home, is the time to subscribe. This is Presidential year and every body should bringing the chair with him. An eating house called the The Columbus Platform. Farmers' Rest has been opened at Tickville by a gentleman who used to dig cisterns for a living. The platform announced by All his tables are made large in Mr. Roosevelt at Columbus may order that his patrons will have not be the platform on which he plenty of room to chew their will be or consent to be a candi-dat- e -- keep posted. JOBBING WORK SOLICITED 5 AIJ Kinds of Machinery Repaired- - steak. The Mail Carrier attended the magic lantern show at Rye Straw Saturday night. He took his mail pouch along with him, and when the stopped him he threatened to have him arrested for interfering with the U. S. mail. While Gimlet creek is frozen over our citizens can exercise quite a saving in the wear and tear of the bridge by walking and driving across on the ice. It might be economy to set the bridge aside until the creek be gins to thaw. This would be a great saving to the tax payers. A large yellow mule hitched to -- p verything In The Drug Line L. At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A presidency, but there's no getting away from the fact that, if the Colonel should be a candidate, the platform would be thoroughly suited to his for the uses. Wall street could ask nothing door-keep- er Few Seasonable Goods as a Headline!- Per Box 19c Laxative Bromo Quinine " " Singley LaxativeTablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets A. D. S. " '15c t Nyals ftexal (i " " "' " Bottle i 50-1- 00 Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c Nyals Rexal Cod Liver Oil Wine " " " V " Emulsion a cart occupied' exclusively by ran away 100. Jefferson Potlocks, 89c the forpart of this week. The 50c runaway was headed toward Rye 1 A. D. S. i?-- u 7. Straw and might nave resulted ti disastrously had not Jefferson had the presence of mind to hasVinol Write us for Quotations ten on ahead and let down the Sixtli & Jefferson fences. CITY LOUISVILLE, KY , Tobe Mosley has been named as special committee to investiT gate the indications for the Daily forthcoming blackberry crop. The Adair County News He has given the task his careCourier-Journ- al Both one ful consideration for the past few days in making a scientific Here is a message of hope and good If a man has a big family he examination of various bushes, cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone can seldon be induced to spend and while it is hardly time for Mill, Va., who is the mother of eigh- his money on anything else that the blossoms to make their, apteen children. Mrs Martin was cured they cause him more trouble. pearance he feels safe in giving of stomach trouble and constipation by Chicago News. out the official statement tliat he Chamberlain's Tablets after five years Every time a woman changes doesn't know anything about it. of suffering, and now recommends From Hogwallow, Kentuck, these tablets to the public. Sold by her mind she thinks it is up to Co. Dunk Botts Editor- .Paul her to air her views. 83c 83c 1.00 " HALL PHARMACY, and year $4.00 I P-- ug more comforting than the Colonel's assurance that big business is not to be interfered with, save in so far as it is necessary to soothe the people by an occasional hunt for monopoly ducks with the accompaniment of a brass band. The progressive West, being promised the recall, the initiative and the referendum, as well as direct nominations and the short ballot, has no cause to feel that the Colonel has slighted its wishes in making up his programme. And, wit.h Wall street, the West, the States certian to vote the Republican ticket, no matter who the nominee and the large personal fol lowing the Colonel will always control by reason of his genius for crowd hypotism, there is good cause to suspect that he would make the campaign interesting in. the event that he is in earnest and can succeed in defeating Mr Taft for the nomination. But, knowing the Colonel and somewhat of his gift for political thrift, something more than the Columbus platform is needed to convince us that he has as yet made up His mind to go gunning for the scalp of his residuary legatee, and. in his own person, risk the real danger, of defeat that will confront the Republi- I1 velop our farmer's girls into professional women workers of our times. How is it, girls, and especially you girls on the farm, that we hear so often of the "self made man" and so little of the e woman? The girl who has been raised on a farm and has aspirations to any of the professions, generally conceives the idea that she must get away from the farm to do her studying, at the very first jump. Do not be too hasty in leaving the farm, where you keep such perfect, health, which is the great requisite to a brilliant mind, and, first of all, be fore you aspire to any professional work, learn your duty as a housekeeper. Household work will not interfere with study. You require exercise and there is nothing better than keeping a farm house, and if you do not wish to take up any profession, study will not harm you; make the most of talent nature has given you, and when the happy fellow is met your happiness will be of the kind that you will notf regret the time you considered wasted in study. Do not be too hasty in running your neck in the matrimonial noose. you from choice remain single you will find plenty of work to do, plenty of burden to lighten, and plenty of loveless ones upon whom to lavish the wealth of charitable affections. Be assur- or flint- trnp VmnninPSK is not. self-mad- Why Not Read Th Courier 1 Journal? HENRY i WATTERSOIS Editor. We Can Furnish You The Adair County New and the ! Weekly Courier-Journ- a If , ; Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give libera) combination rate with Daily foundinlivingforone'sselfalonejay Courier Jom"nal- Do your best. Com- Make the most of Write Courier-Journthe material at hand, and at the pany, Louisville, Ky., for close of life's journey you will .free sample copy of edition enjoy that place which the; knowledge of a well spent life j you desire, but be sure to j send your subscription alone can give. order ' al , " this NOT to the shocking Sounds. In the earth are sometimes heard be- Courier Journal. fore a terrible earthquake, that warn of the coming peril. Nature's warnings are kind. That dull pain or ache in the This is the season of the year when back warn9 you the Kidneys need attention if you would escape those mothers feel very much concerned oxer dangerous maladies. Dropsy, Diabetes the frequent colds contracted by their Take Electric or Bright's diseases. children, and have abundant reason for Bitters at once and s,ee backache fiy its as every cold weakens the lungs and all your best feelings return." My lowers the vitality and paves the way son received great; benefit from their for the more serious diseases that so use for kidney ana" bladder trouble," often follow. Chamberlain's Coogh writes Peter Bondy, South Rockwood, Remedy is famous for its cures, asd is Mich," It is certainly a great kidney pleasant and safe to take. For sale by medicire,' Try it. be at Paull Drug Co. Paull Drug Co. )to paper V ;, h , THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Absher. 7 ! StmiUiUiiUjUiiMhiMiUiumii uauiiiaiuiiuiuaiiUiuma Stubborn Case "I was under the treatment of two doctors," writes Mrs. R. L Phillips, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro? nounced my case a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was not able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardui. I used it about one week, before I saw much change-Nowthe severe pain, that had been in my side for years, gone, and I don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than has in a long time, and cannot speak too highly of Cardui." , THE LARDU I Womln'sTonic if you are one of those ailing women who suffer from any of the troubles so common to women. Cardui is a builder of womanly strength. Composed of purely vegetable ingredients, it acts quickly on the womanly system, building up womanly strength, toning up the womanly nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardui has been in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousands of ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received from it Try it for your troubles. Begin today. Write to: Ladies' Advisory DepL. ChaManooea Medicine Co , Chattanooea. Tent, for Satcial Instructions, aad book. " Home Treanent for Women, sent free. J 52 WitMM Or. ce tfeWon'r Limp Now No more limi ing for Tom Moore of Cochran, Ga. "I had a bad sore on my instep that nothing seemed to hely till Iused Bucklen's Arnica Srlv , he writes but this wonderful healer soon cured me. Heals old run ning sores, ulcers, boils, burns, cuts, bruises, eczema or piles. Try it. Only 25 cents at Paull Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40- - Dillingham, is spending a few days, with her aunt, Mrs. N. R. Thomas. Messrs. W. A. Martin and B.F. Cooley. visited their grand mother, Mrs. S.R. Thomas, of Ella, last Saturday. Messrs. E.S. Rice and H. B. Ejj The Green River Merchan- Robertson, were in Campbells-villone day last week. 3 dise Distributor, has Received a Mr. J.K. Humphress, of Canal Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- Zone, was here a few days ago. Misses Emma and Clara Robing, Shoes &c. ertson, and Audra Dillingham. and Mr. Albert Uooley, were j Which he is offering at Popular prices. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thomas, last Saturday and Sunday, al 50 Suits carried over at one Third off, so, Mr. and Mrs. Harden Cundiff, :2 and two sons, Mrs. Bettie Hutchir2 Sugar 15 lbs for one dollar son', Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Feese Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 and daughter. js Best Pattent Flour per bbl 4.75 Messrs. W H. and 3.W. Absher a 2 Second Pat 4.25 and Leslie Bryant, were in on business a few days Lard both Miss Bertha Woodson Lewis great LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR : BRIGHTER, BETTER,1, e, 1911 just 3 3 f BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGULAR E PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES sb: IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR YOUj WILL SEND ORDEi TO US, YOU CAN GET Camp-b.ellsvill- e, ago. f her brother, Mr. Bert Bryant, AND during his last illness, has reDentist. turned home. THE L0U1SV1LEE Mr. J. A. Bryant, is very feeJEFFRIES BLOCK ble at this writing. KENTUCK1 TIMES COLUMBIA Drug Co. Mrs. Mary A. Brockman, has returned from a few days stay BOTH ONE YEAR andvMrs. D P. llice. with Mr. p!BKmi)fflys Mr. Johnny Weatherford, who FOR ONLY 1 Have Full Stock of has been quite sick for some time, is slowly improving. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Mr. and Mrs. Drury Moore Bone Fertilizers they are reliable the best afternoon paper prinand sons, Mr. and Mrs. Willie And you get you moneys worth. ted anywhere. Morris and children, were at Mr. AL COURIER-JOURNWrite me what you want. Also, J. H. Morris last Sunday. Has the best corps of correp. Salt, Lime and Cement. Colbia Ray, the little son of nondents. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor I will buy all yourcropof wheat'and Mr. and Mrs. Will Rice, was very sick a few days last week, Covers the Kentucky field perpay cash for it, am now paying 5c Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in but is improving. fectly. per bushel more than anyone esle, politics. It prints all the news without is Miss Annie Robertson, Covers the general news field fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 spending a few days with her ARE YOU WITH ME? completely. a year, but you can get the WEEKLY sister of Jericho. COURIER-JOUhN- AL Has the best an.d fullest mar On Feb. 17th, after an illness Satisfaction of several weeks, Mr, Burt kets reports. Bryant, crossed over the river of ADAIR COUNTY AN0;THE r DEMOCRATIC in politics, bui death. He leaves ten children to mourn their loss, four of them BUT .4 ONE YEAR fair to everybody. are in 111. His wife died about SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPvn 4 yearo ago. He was 48 years GREENSBURQ, KY. old. Was buried Sunday afterTION RIGHT AWAY noon at the Absher burying ground in the presence of a large n!?HnH!t?!t?ntnmn!?TH!!??fH?n?f!tf??mn?UTn?ffT?n!nT!T circleof relatives and friends. Whiskey Pie. Whiskey pie order to this if you will Slve or 'end Mr. and Mrs. Jake Biult and has made its appearance in a cerpaper not to the Courier-JournRowes X Roads. Jim McKinley and family, were tain dry community, and has belittle daughter visited Mr. and visiting Bill Prices the other come popular with citizens desirMrs. Ben Thomas last Sunday. It is & boy at Charley Medaris, night Mr. Howard Russell visited ous of killing two birds, thirst he is 63 years old and this is the Yr ourier-Joorn- al, Loren Winfrey and Miss Mollie and hunger, with one stone. relatives on Casey's creek last Daily first one at his house. You can Leach, were married at Liberty The expression Saturday and Sunday. has guess whether he is" glad or not. church last Sunday. Eld. J. K. acquired additional significance Yr Abe Garner" was here on a C, Aaron officiated. Sunday Jourier-Journ- al, SpaiRsville. there. The county officials are visit last week. We are always Jim O Holt will put up new investigating the case of a resyou a combination cut giad to see Abe come. We can give goods at Esto as soon as J. V. taurant keeper who has been sell' Deputy Sheriff, A. W. Rowe, 1 was at Union last Saturday Lapsley gets rate on Diily or Sunday if you will write out. He can't go ing mince pies in which the is on the sick list. 29 Lawhorns until some one gets the Post mincemeat has been largely renight. There was this paper. Rev. Bryant Wilson, of Rugby, and two Had leys there, that was office, then J. V. Lapsley will placed by a fine brand of whiskwho had a stroke of paralysis the crowd. put up new goods down at his ey. One customer ate or drank some time ago, is in a critical George Cook was visiting at home. two pies, and cleaning the platcondition. Sam Steohenson. and Dr.- - Bar- Sister Fannie, the wife of Will ter, tried to clean out the place. Tiller, died at her home near With each pie a glass of water is Born, to the wife of Thomas ger's last week. James McKinley got one of his Denmark, Feb. 18, 1912, after a served as a chaser. The price of England, on the 18th, a boy. scladed two weeks ago. He long ."sickness of many months "mince pies" has been raised An infant. son of Mr. and Mrs. feet HIGH AT 17 CENTS P"R ROD 26 INCHES is up again so he can go. with that dreadful disease con- from five to forty cents, but as Billie Brumnette, is quite sick. as long ' Malley Selbys condition don't sumption. She was a daughter an analysis by an appreciative We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENPE heights Elroy RoA'e, lost a milch cow, s our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all of old uncle John Loy. She chemist showed that there was a get any better. Fences. half-pione day last week. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh of aged whiskey beOne of Clay Hadleys children leaves a husband, some brothers 5BINCH TSn Married on the 18th, Joseph got Badley burned last week arid sisters and many friends be tween the crusts; the high price 50INC.1 T7T7UT7T7TW "Henton to Miss Mary C. Wooten. They were making hominy out hind to mourn. But not as those of food 'has nothinS t0 do with ' town now Elroy Rowe, is on the sick list. in the yard, its clothes caught t.hf. hnup nn hnnp T7nnr,io waB the increase. In that the village toper, who seeks 3,nch Mr. C. C. Rowe, delivered his fire and it ran for the house. ;i croud woman. a ik r st I n st asks. for a " 26IHCH AaAAAaAAAAA A A A AVA AAjVlijiiwVffiu sThere surely will be corn andiu""" crop of tobacco, to Allen Walker, Wljen its father met it the blaze "mince Julep. ..,.. , vuj !. is inch hkk H)WKAjAjjQiAiLA a a AiUyiMsL lis of Columbia, last Thursday. His was from its knees to its head, rn ojni Q iti h vuuiibjr UCAiaulU- -' entire crop brought $256. it is badley burned. Clay got mer, as the farmers, many of ' JKKMsIK J7AT7tAAiA7t7tA han't done .gathering their Blamed A Good Worker. R. L. Rowe, is delivering A. his left hand burn putting the them crop yet. last years iii i'hiwi I'lnwn www t' w h "fffipiWfrtl"niri)Hi ffiniiitfi -(ii "I blamed my heart for severe dis- iN'SXriEICttTS W. Rowe s, crop of tobacco at fire out. eTlwoodfieIe Tfence standard STYLE) Eld. Charley Deemer will'tre3sinmy left side ,or twoyears'" Columbia, today. Oiiver Hadley of Garlin, was W iHardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. days agoon the hunt preach here at the Oaki Grove now 711 indigestion, as Dr. . Dunk Murphy and family, who here a few church the first Sunday m March. King8 New Life puis completely cured He found one. have been stationed at Taylor & of a milk cow. Thpro was rmarterlv mooHnr'me. Best for stomach, liver and kid-.. a, j .ww...6 . 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Moss' mill, in Cumberland Co., Ewell Kimbler has gone to atsOak Grove church March 23 ney troubles, constipation h ead ache op debility. 25c at Paull Drug Co. Campbellsville this week. . Louisville, Ky. and 24: have returned to this place. James Triplett Mrs. Mary Bolin, who was with and Flour Guaranteed to give Satfsfaction, wire and wire fence at Lowest Prices. It will pay you to consult me before buying. Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers at prices that defy competition and that will give You satisfaction. Buy your Fertilizer from me and you will always know what you bought. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WEEKLY a $4.50. Guaranteed. NEtfS i WOODSON LEWIS yur al $6.00 "pie-eyed- " S2.00 L wuu w kc 7 NCE nt j -- 77777777vWr iMiiilim i . 1 U. 1 1 - mT TMADE t DEHLER BROS., r"3 -- ' i ( J& .A rw. 1 s 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS been a divine from Louisville or bought a farm near Smith Grove horses with Washington Monday. HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF Bros, Tarter, Jamestown, and Chicago. Come again Cager and will remove to it soon. and let us know when you are Miss Allen Baker, is spending Piercie, Russell Springs, are The 'readers! of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Mrs. Kate Montgomery and conning and we will 4have every a few weeks with her aunt, holding a series of meeting at will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling daughter Elizabeth, visited their thing in readiness. Valley. French Maud Cole. Floor Coverings of All Kinds relatives here last Saturday and J. L. Holt, is off this week on Mr. James Cole, is on the sick Russell Creek. Sunday. t Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted v business. , list. stocks of to the practical display of immense V7. W. Yates, of Edmonton, Bro. J. W. Nelson, of the L. J. L. Darnell and S. T. Hale, Misses Lora Fletcher and .Ruth spent a few days here the first W. T. S. will preach at Cyclone Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums Thomas, were shopping at Bak-erto-n changed farms last week. week. of the school house the 2nd Sunday, in A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for last week. Almond Richard, of Nancy, Mrs. W. P. Flowers, was on the afternoon at L o'clock. the showing of Eggs are twenty cents per bought a farm from U. G. Rex-roa- d Glen-villMr. Ethrige Bennett, of the sick list last week. at this place, and will soon Lace Curtains and Draperies dozen. passed through this place spent several J. A. Diddle , to it. Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our with a nice bunch of hogs taking days in Columbia, last week. Pickett. Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our Obituary. Guy Nell and Lum Hill were at them "to his farm. big live store. Most of the farmers have been Quarterly meeting at Pickett Edmonton, last Thursday. Eld. G. W. Grider, who was busv sowing grass seed for the Chapel, March 2nd 3rd. Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, born July 27th, 1824, was marG. H. Nell, has been on the past wenk. W. G. Pickett, was in Columbia ried to Nirah Blair, April 11th, -- tobacco market, Louisville, for Incorporated We are glad to note the two on business one day last week. 1850. And in the same year prothe past week. 522 and 524 West Market St. Mr. Smiths, of this neighborgood fessed saving faith in the Ssvior, Lee Flowers,is spending a few hood, are up going about their Mr. Allen Keltner had a Louisville, Kentucky. horse to fall down a few days ago he and his wife uniting with the days in Louisville. rooms. and break its neck. Baptist church at Union, Adair Mr. J. D. Walker, was confinMiss Amanda Butler, has been Was ordained to the Prof. Willie Acree, has been county. ed to his room a day or so iast visiting friends and relatives at teaching a singing school at Pick- gospel ministry in 1888, in which week with a bilious attack. Cane Valley and Campbellsville calling he served faithfully until I ett, this week. Mr. Everert Cook, was at Kelt- - for the past week. Ollie Frankum, is drilling a his death, which occurred Feb. 22 Miss Annie Lizzie Squires, has ner one day last week. 1912. Brother Grider lived to well for Dora Kemp. from this place attend- been visiting friends and relaSeveral years 6 Mr Alex Estes is running a ripe old age being 87 Wholesale and Retail meeting, at tives at Milltown for the past ed the quarterly months and 25 days old when the blacksmith shop at this place. two weeks. Picketts Chapel, last Sunday. summons came. Bring your corn to G. W. Dud- Mr. Josh Butler, was through Mrs. T. J. Keltner, of Kemp, Funeral services were conductlast week, ley's mill if you want good meal. this neighborhood All Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds spent a few days with relatives ed at his home where he had getting subscriptions for a Mr. Jim Posey, our new merhere last week. lived for more than 50 years, in Columbia, Kentucky. preacher at Mt. Pleasent. We chant at Kemp, is having a fine the presence of a large congreMr. Amos 'Keltner, had a se. understand that Bro. L. C. trade, He says he sold two dolgation of sorrowing friends and vere attack with his heart last Young will preach there until lars worth before breakfast. relatives, 7 out of 8 Qf his chilweek, that confined him to his September. Mr. Wiley Rogers, has been con- dren being present, and quite a room several days. Ernest Cundiff, was in Greens-bur- g fined to his room with rheumatism Ti.2 Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al number of grand children and Judge N. H. Moss, of Columlast week on business. for a few days. greatgrand children. We feel Soth One Year for 1.50. bia, was here on business last Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cundiff, Mr. Crit Pickett and son, were that we can truthfully say that Friday. gave a partto Miss Annie Squires in Edmonton last Monday. a good man is gone and that the Messrs. J. D. Walker and Hen- and Lela Cundiff. These two 111. Mr. Harlan Kemp, left for wuiiu 13 uciici iui mill ry Cook, attended services last girls invited the crowd, and a HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID having lived in it. During his day last week. Sunday at Smith's Chapel and I large crowd was there, Miss Mag one FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Write lor price Mr. George Rodgers has been long illness of more than a year, heard Rev. Payne deliver an ex- gie Hutchison was entertainer list mentioning this ad. he spoke often of his hope of a cellent sermon. Established 1887 and all regreted when the time getting out railroad ties. bright future and did not fear JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE.KY. Miss Flora Pickett and brother A meeting is being conducted come to go home. the consequence of meeting his by Rev. Scott, at Loyd Chapel. Mr. J. W. Cundiff, visited his attended the singing at Pickett God. He was evidently an old Saturday wi" th kn,ow no PT "or sorrow: The babe of Mr and Mrs. Luth- - brother, at Cane Valley, last Sat- - Chapel a few nights ago. standard citizen, and strong pil- Pearl Barrett last iviUMTtt uiey tuiuw nu luw iiul caret The wheat crop in this section nieht. er Willis, has been very sick forlurday night. lar in the church to which he beDr. Perryman and wife, who wre th know n separation. Mr. Farie Hood, sold a span is looking very bad. past week. . Where they say farewell no more; longed. We shall all miss him have been very sick for some time Who of a!1 our living ,ovcd ones of mules to Mr. Burdett of LebMr. and Mrs. Brack Cain visitBecks Store. but our loss is his eternal gain, I are improving some. Will meet him on that golden shore? anon for $370. ed relatives here last week. believe that he like the apostle Mr. L. H. Brickens, bought Surely father, all will meet you, Mr. Creed Hood, sold same Health is exceedingly good. Quite a number of loads of Paul had fought a good fight and from Mr. Green a nice milk cow. Sing a welcome as we go; party one mule for $115. also Mr. Meet us at the portals, father. Henry Sparks and E. K. Tray- has gained that crown of right- Price unknown. corn passed through here last Tak.j us to thy happy home. Hancock, .sold to same party lor went to Cary's Landing, one week, for Sparksville, .that had Ben Mr. J. B. Abrell and Mr. J. B. Sleep eousness, which Paul said would on peacefully, our lost one, Inrs? mule for $155. Mr. day last week. been bought from Mr. Frank one be gien to all who love the ap Piles, bought 7 head of hogs Let thy rest be calm and sweet. from Mr. Alfred Burton for $14. While we look to that bright future Dohoney, of Milltown, at $2.50 James Garnett, sold to same Mrs Lottie York, died last pearing of the Lord Jesus. When in heaven we shall meet Tbe wife of Mr. G. B. WilFriday morning and was buried per bbl. He has two hundred party one horse mule for $123. So farewell Bro. Grider for a A daughter. :Vlr. Leslie McFarland, will Sunday. liams, is on the sick list at this barrels for sale, but must have few brief days and we shall meet writing. you are right move to the Creed Hood place $3.00 per bbl., Mrs. C. C. Traylor, was at again, where parting will be no crop this year. Foley, ofJRussell Frank the prospects are fine for and make a REMEDY. l&USE Breeding, last Wednesday on more. In conclusion will say to Mr. Anderson Springs, passed here one day Mr. John Squires, bought one the election of a Democratic the grief stricken companion and last week en route to Campbellsbusiness. stock hog from Luther Murray president in November. Uncertainty of the immediate Little Miss May Cole, has been dear children, weep not as those ville. at 6cts per lb. Vtnrc is looked upon bySnany men One of the best judges of mules that have no hope and remember quite sick for a few days. f nifairs, as a blockade to enter- In Memorian. in this section is Mr. Silas Cain the command of the Savior, Luke and. business prosperity, and Messrs. Rich Cole, Edd and blockade is now quite apparent When he looks at one and passes Talmage Sparks, left for Ind.f 21.28 Lift up your heads for your In memory of my father, Zach ais channels of trade. his judgment he seldom misses redemption draweth nigh, for Darnell, who departed from this roughout the V.ie Presidential Election; the last Monday. We know to our own knowledge we shall all soon be with him world Jan. 31st 1912, aged 66 n'ts of Congress with no fixed Mr. 0. T. Smith and wife, were INTERNATIONAL Organized Labor as a new years. We are assured that his of a numberr he has sold this and the love ones that's gone beDICTIONARY at Breeding last week. tcr in politics; together with winter at fancy prices. fore to bask in the eternal sun gentle Spirit is now reveling in icr matters of greater or less THE MERR1AM WEBSTER Messrs. C C. Traylor and C.T. Skater bliss than it is mortal to . ...rt, represent at this time a shine of Cod's love, and never Mr. Allen Keltner, son of Mr. The Only New unabridged dicl tic conflict of separate inter- Ledbetter, have just finished tionary in many years. say farewell want that be a hap- - know. 'Tis only another flower t to harmonize which is now the Whit Keltner, who lives near Contains the pith and essence gathering their last year corn py meeting, yes bless the Lord. transplanted from this cold, cru- of an authoritative library. 'vem before the country. this place, while riding one fa crop. ?! want Prosperity, Peace and Covers every field of knowlel world to a more congenial last week, his horse stumbled edge. An Encyclopedia in a ty. Read with care the Cin- Mr. C. J. Fields, did business clime in heaven, there to bloom single book. C Enquirer, a journal that Ella. and fell breaking its neck. Mr. ' The Only Dictionary with the in Cumberland Co., last week. ::, all the v?"i each day from resplendent forever. Keltner was considerably shook New Divided Page. every coxn:r.v.K':l center through- 400,000 Words. 2700 Pages. Miss Lela Garmon, who has up but not seriously hurt. Health of this community IS The bitter struggle of life is 01: . the world. A barometer of 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly over he has laid aside earthly - and effects that points out, been with her sister Mrs. Garrett very bad at this wiriting. half a million dollars. Our old friend and neighbor Let us tell you about this most returned home Sunday. cares and is clothed in robes of ' i v, eacon Light, the danger and Cager Yates, of Bradfordsville, We are still having some bad J. ':o safeguard therefrom. remarkable single volume. Mrs. Malissie Branham.is very weather, the roads are about im- righteousness. He has entered As well known, the Daily "Writo for sample made our town last Saturday in pages, full paris the largest in size and into that bright, glorious realm sick at this writing. ticulars, etc. passable, the interest of overalls, also filhighest priced paper in the United of light, found alone in the pres- States, yet cheapest, measured by Namo 4his ling his place, towit: wggSgm, paper and Mr Oscar Sinclair, from ence of God. It was a sad fareFrench Valley. jlity and quantity. we will W. R. Lyons, with a full line of was visiting at J. B. well when we received the last The Weekly Enquirer, with the send free UAl WIHIJS'JSV'ra a set of groceries. It is useless to say cream and digest of all the news, Pocket look on earth. One link after r. 1c and conservative editorial, Roads are about impassable in Abrell last Saturday, Maps anything about his trade with Mr. S. L. Williams, had a sing another of the chain that binds market reports, methods and rc- this locality. our merchants for he knows Government and 21. . is severed, y Powell, who recently ng at the White school house our hearts to earth Mont icriment Station, vetsrir:-about what they need, and all he we can but fold the wings of - .ccrs, People's For. r qL .e lost his wife has moved to his last Saturday night. There was a and has to do is fill out his order -'. r-c- - &C. MerriamCo. large crowd from Ella attended. love around the cold bier and .'. a6tre, short and co:;.:n xl "al .A senr.-rvfathers. blank. He spent Sunday with ". Springfield, Ma8.KB " hope of meeting them ' : rruatian, etc., with t' 0 If In Mr. W. A. Bryant, who has live in the his uncle in our city and on two B. 0. Bernard wife and little .i t s . im- a!l matters of rx.-i.again. t different occasion at Sabbath; :!rality, is triy t!" C mest Cole Camp. daughter, Golda Bell, visited the been sick for some, time is im. Sweetly sleeping in thy grave, ble. Vv'qafcly Family jb'"- al cbt proving slowly. j schools we had the pleasure of formers parents, of Eller, Fri-da- v Just one months ago today. ' alIi issus is Cil ": . rtn thz -:- :e ' meeting him.' The Superintend- night and' Saturday. Mr. Lilbiirii Bottoms and Miss Only one, oh, it seems longer We are having some pretty was called away. schools called on him j weather at pEesent .iMorrfa?sir: JKip&qns rv... 12 ; ents from Russell Since my father . i C. C. Hale, sold a six months Gertie Bryant, 'itLroms v"oV.t ard Increase the : of bitter sadness, for an!i address.' HSe at once rer-visited Miss Etwal, Wil- - .One long month ia this,?-,oifcfi&r--c s- - The Enquirer in V Our only hope J. R. Froedge, passed through old harness mare to Jas. .Oaks Springs ' spondesbwith a very suitable ' l 'Si(Aiplift ox morality andindustry, "Friday night. That my father isjn heaven, Burkesville.'-buyinfur. for $135. And bought a work liams last p55flndttor e!ttcrrj?i?Hir! welfare home of joy and;bliss. in lecturefor the . occasion; If any here for r Us; hcrsVfronVW. T. Holt for $95. imIdo TAwit . A Kroll and .Miss fi that ..;, : if the corhiuuR, terms wnte .s known-i- t yas Cager, Is.. Mr: Wes Grove, who -- re fr?.V 4J lives. ft" 5 .U ' Who will meet m.m'upin-neavpnvisitedi-Mrs." luc iinau:rer, 'wiucuiiiuj, uiv. Marcus, Wooldridge, changed Etwal Williams, Who will meet him over there, they would have taken'it to have at the mouth of Crocus, has e, Sandusky & Co. LUMBER j FURS AND HIDES I j j km Hgisi) B WEBSTER'S NEW .c . . j c- son-in-la- i En-ruir- er f&sk YVHRJMI Pel-lyto- n, T- - -- non-sectari- aa , - . t t' - -- " at-Tot- h . . g - -.- 1 -- . , " - one-faadpn- ot l r -- f Ir i f . I J ite'i u& i? X--