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Is it By'Virture of execution No. 1899 Mr. E. B. Leachman, who was known treating the children right? Is it treatwhich- issued from the office of the Editor News: to a great many Columbians, who was I feel myself very much encouraged. ing the parents right? How often do Who Was the Beloved Wife of Rev. Clerk of Adair Circuit Court on the 19th Mr. E. B, Barger and Miss Myrtle a prominent citizen of Green county day of February 1912 for the sum of I feel that I am about to succeed in an you hear uneducated men saying that died in the suburbs of Greensburg last J. W. Weldon, Died in this dollars undertaking that I have been hammer- their fathers ought to have sent them ($275.) two hundred seventy-fiv- e ' Myers United in the PresSaturday morning. He had been in dePlace Last Thursday at . with Interest thereon at the rate of 6 ing at for a number of years. I have to school while they were young. If clining health for several months, but per cents ence of Many Friends. from the 28 day of for five or six years been trying to get these gentlemen will go with me on my 12:30 O'clock. his death was sudden and a shock to Feb. 1907 until paid, and the futher some body to"say something about com- annual rounds in visiting the schools, the whole community. He had one sum of (86.63) six dollars and sixty pulsory school education. In this I am and find 14 boys during a school day on daughter, Miss Leontine, in the three cents cost in favor of Jennie now about to succeed. The Adair Caseys Creek fishing, and then go with LEFT FOR HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS and his daughter, Miss REMAINS CARRIED TO HARDIN COUNTY Firkin against Ellen Simmons. I will County News has spoken. Robert Lee me to the neighborhood of Glenville, Brownie Leachman, was visitinig here the poet lawyerate, has and find five boys belonging to one on Monday the 1st, day of April 1912 at Campbell, when her father was taken seriously of the family, proped upon the sunny side of a the Court House Door in Columbia, Ky., spoken, and a correspondent Our little city was astir between ill. The two daughters were notified, little log cabin, within one-ha- lf mile of The residents of Columbia were the same being the first day of a regu- News has also spoken. The two first eight and nine o'clock last Wednesday and they left for his bedside at once, the district school, none of the boys spread lar term of the Adair County Court, at named are "agin" me, but the last is morning. It seemed that everybody but the end came before they reached shocked and the deepest sadness able to read or write, they would beover the entire community last Thurs- 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout offer for on my side. I am not caring which was going the same way. Every one home. Everybody here is in sympathy hour, when it sale to the highest bidder upon a credit side they are on, if they will only speak come full fledged compulsionists in looked happy. Following the throng with the surviving members of the day, just after the noon subject of this of three months the life estate of Ellen right out in meetin. I have been try- short order. The plan they propose as one found himself inside the spacious family, especially .with the two daugh- became known that the I said before, would be all right if it writing was dead, the end having come Simmons in the following tract of land ing for several years to get up a public home of W. R. Myers. It was the ters, who are great favorites here would work, but how long do they proto satisfy said execution, interest and sentiment on this, what 1 believe to be 12:30 o'clock, p. m wedding morn of Miss Myrtle Myers, .. The deceased was a gentleman of at pose to try it before they would proAbout ten days before the messenger cost, as the property of Ellen Simmons, an important subject. Mr. Hams, in 'elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. high character, prominent in the affairs by the the News, comes square out against nounce it a failure? The Courier JourMyers. The guests were happy in of Green county, and his passing has came Mrs. Weldon became the mother which is bound on the North generally lands of Calvin Coomer, on the West by my proposition, and Mr. Campbell en- nal proposes to try moral suasion. To their salutations one with another and made the world poorer, bringing heart- of a girl baby. It was most my certain knowledge that has been doing nicely until on the dorses him with a hurrah. Mr. Harris R. that little quiet chats concerning the ap- felt sorrow to a loving wife, devoted believed of she was and on Tuesday the lands of lands P. Breeding Shive has two objections to a compulsorv tried for fifty years, and the end is not of Joseph last week, East by the proaching nuptials, the popularity of children and to many friends. May the first yet. looks like to me it would be her condition became alarming, and and on the South by the lands of R. P. school law. The first is that it is wrong bad toIt the two who had chosen this day to n that peace that passeth all understand-incut the pay of the teachers, Wednesday night physicians and friends Breeding, containing about 90 acres. in principle. If it is wrong in princilife's journey together. bind up their wounded hearts, is the gave up all hope. She died happily in Bond with approved security and bear ple to make parents do what they with no better attendance than here The large reception hall, and parlor wish of this paper. the presence of her father and mother, ing 6 per cent interest from date until ought to do without making, it is man- tofore. I have no doubt the teacher could increase the attendance, if they and dining room were thrown into one paid will be required of the purchaser. ifestly wrong to make them pay the husband and a number of friends. Will Remain In Sturgis. erreat salon. The decorations carried tax levied for common school purposes. would devote much of their time to The deceased' maiden name was This March 9th 1912. out the color scheme, white and blue, And if wrong to make them pay the drumming, but would it not be at the A. D. Patteson, S. A. C. It has been rumored of late that Ethel Sutzer and she was born and each room draped with dainty festoons, school tax, it is wrong to make them expense of the children that are anxi-iocounty, to learn? But perhaps I have sad culminating in the wedding bell hang- there was a probability that the Rev. reared at Stephensburg, Harden anv tax at all. Taxes are levied Dav ,. Masonic Election, . . enough. 1 would be glad if these gen- ing in the arch of the alcove where the J. F. Claycomb, pastor of the First ten miles from Elizabethtown. In JOK tne purpose oi running ine govern- happily martlemen wu'd keep up the fight, until bridal group were to stand. Other dec- Presbyterian church would leave here September, 1910, she was Columbia Chapter, No. 7 R. A. M., ment, and governments are run for the the whole country would get alive were" ferns and holly and pot- at the end of his first year's pastorate ried to Rev. J. W. Weldon, and a short orations with husFri- protection of the people. If parents ted plants with a Virginia Creeper but it will be gratifying to his many time after marriage she and her lat- elected the following officers last U. L. Taylor. will not send their children to school, the subJect day night This election was out of clinging to the balusters of the beauti- friends to know that this probably has band went to Montana, where the Church for one time, because the failure to elect last we will soon have a population of igno- been remoyed. The church has done ter had charge of a ful winding stairway. Glorious News. rant and unlettered people, and Ken- with the handsome thing in raising his sal- year. In 1911 Rev. Weldon was trans- September. The house was softly lighted tucky will stand lower than she stands , John D. Lowe, High Priest. Comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, ary 200 per year and in many other ferred to the Louisville Conference, numbers of blue and white tapers. now in the scale of education, among to .J, R. Garnett, King. and last September he was assigned Dwight, Kan. He writes: "I not only At the stroke of half past nine, Miss ways assuring him of their appreciathe States and territories of our counS C. Neat, Scribe. the Church at this place. His work Alice Walker, pianist, opened a beau- tion of the great work he is doing. try. She cannot get much lower, for have cured bad eases of eczema in my S. N. Hancock, C. of H. here has been crowned with success, "Traum-mere- i, His friends and admirers in Sturgis tiful musical program with she is nearly at the bottom. Mr Har- patients with Electric Bitters, but also G. P. Smjthe, P. J. more than sixty additions to the congreby Schumann. Prof. Farris are measured only by the number of ris' other objection that the law cannot cured myself by them of the same dis W. . Myres, R. A. C. then sane "My Rosary" in his usual people who know him regardless of the gation in the short time he has been the be enforced, I think is untrue. In coun- ease. I feel sure they will benefit any Horace Jeffries, Secy. effective style. Then the first notes of church affllilations. Pleasing in man- pastor. tries where it has been tried, it has case of ecezma." This shows what R. F. Paul!, Treas. The most trying hour, however, of his thousands have proved, that Electric wedding march was ner, forceful in the pulpit, broad in Mendelshon's been a success. J. E. Murrell, Master, 3d V. Bitters is a most effective blood purifier. and with that the littlewinsome christian sympathy. He is doing much life has come, the removal of his young heard, In Germany where they have had a Its an G A Smith, Master, 2d Vs Mary Lucile Winfrey, for Sturgis, not only in his own church wile by death. She was a lady of most excellent remedy for eczema, tetribbon bearers, compulsory school law for a number of ter, salt Titus Mercer, Master, 1st. fairy-lik- e mull but his influence for good, permeates excellent christian character, gentle in in a HSht blue silk rheum, ulcers, boils and runI years. I understand they have made it ning sores. It stimulates liver, Bryant, Sentinel. trimmed with lace, and Master Robert the entire community. Sturgis Demo- manners and most lovable in disposikidney3 a success . That country stands high r-tion, and her taking was distressing to . and bowels, expels poisin, helps digesPage Myers, "to the manor born," in crat. in the scale of education, and no young tion, her many lady friends of Columbia who a. white suit, made the way down the builds up the strength Lost Their Child. Price 5 people are found there unable to read cts. Satisfaction guaranteed by Paull stairs, through the hall to the alcove United Stales District Court for the had learned, in a short tinje toloie her and write. We have no difficulty in encom.;, and who delighted to be for the bridal party. These little tots Mr. J. B. Coffey, who was returning forcing the collection of taxes. We Drug Co. Western District of kentucRy.. pany. were followed by Rev. Z. T. Williams. from Larue county, last Thursday, re- - have but little difficulty compelling The groom, Mr. Eros B Barger, folThere is the tenderest sympathy felt ports jps, following- unusual incident. men to' work the roads. in In The highways throughout the county times of lowed with his best man, Mr Fred In the matter of here for the husband, the father, moth At Campbellsville he met Mr. James continue to be almost impassable. wai, we have no difficulty in compelling Hill. A handsomer, manlier pair could Edward L. Sinclair, bankrupt ) er and all other relatives. Burton and family who were returning men to trn t.n t,Vif Front: tn ronol inwooinn Next month the fiscal court will meet LhanTiy be found than these young men 1 ..I... Zl In bankruptcy The little babe that came to bless the to Adair county, having been living in ?. ' .It acuon wiu oe ?ajcefrr put down insurrection. All these .i3 in 1am " conventional morning wedding The creditors of the above named hope, will never know a mother's love, Kansas 'When the hack drove up, for or pnn hp AyifrrrtT t tin their Deuenng the roatisin Adair lonrl twIht rnt- o jooKing to !... laws bankrupt are notified that he was ad- but if it survives it can be taught the this n!ace.'tMr.?Bur.toii-ansuits. ,.- - countv. Yearns JLhatcwilrfriiSnltu' nnTK family fcid i li...iI ' V .nt. twsnty-ffv- e The maid of honor, Miss Lelia judged a bankrupt on the 5th day of many Christian virtues possessed by TOindheJpftMMithiirfe hundred" fc years itwo tnousand-o- r I. Rogers, of Dickson, Tenn., cousin of March A. D. 1912, and the first meet- - the departed paent, end when fits iTmaue-y- xynen Vi-- ii'n tou-gat- e i wusrruiineu ago, "voted, a heavv school tax to carrv nnnnna i cnornnin muvu wim eipi or r- -' me j m.tn .:il the bride, beautiful in her gowntof ing of the creditors of said batfkruptplritfrakW'it'fliglht, it will know' the Mrs. Burton concluded to count her on a graded school in this town, and we ni"e hundred unaer present Conditions, arthe law office of H. S. motner in the celestnai city Deyond the children, and in doing so one was found hear of no great difficulty in collecting , the ,atter we,Sht PuHs the horses lightiblue crepe de bme and 'chiffon will rose"buds Uith'a'toudhTof1" pink, and' Robinson in Campbellsville, Ky., at 12 skies. and missing. The hack was stopped and this tax. Some of our citizens were jnaruer man ,.)UU would ovr good carrying a shower boquet or crioes-mai- d o'clock noon,on the 18 day of March A. Funeral services were held in the Mr. Burton returned to Campbellsville kicking terribly about the. tax, but roads. roses, followed, and the group D. 1912, at which time the creditors Methodest ehurch Fridav- morning at 8 on the hunt of the lost child, a boy they don't refuse to pay it. If they waited for the bride, who soon followed may prove their claims, examine the o'clock, conducted by Rev. W. F. about ten years old. He was found should be compelled to pay the tax and I have just received a nice stock of upon the arm of her eldest brother, bankrupt,appoint a trustee and transact assisted by all the local pastors sitting at the depot. The trip was send their children to it, I think they general merchandise for Spring trade. Mr. Al Meyers, of Monticello Ky., such other business as may be transact- and at the close the family started with hurridly made back to the hack, the would submit to it so I think that the Can please you in goods and prices, ed at such meetings. This march 6 the remains to Hardin county. The family making it to Columbia without who "cave the bride away.'' Never objection that such a law as 1 propose bargains for cash or produce, my terms Ben Spalding, did the bride appear more charming, 1912. church was filled beyond its seating ca- further loss. There were six children could not be enforced, is not well found- arecashnocridit or accounts run. Referee in Bankruptcy. more beautiful than when she stood so pacity with sympathizing friends in all. ed. J. F. Neat, H. S. Robinson, Atty modestly plighting her vows in the There were many floral designs. Mr. Harris says they have a law in Purdy. Ky. Campbellsville, Ky. presence of God and men. She was SALT FOR SALE. Virginia that works well. It is a law gowned in chiffon over white satin We Will pay 15c for Eggs this week. founded on the grades of the teachers, Chamberlain's Cough trimmed with fringe and real lace.. Rev. D. H. Howerton returned I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt, but I think that if Mr. Harris has won its great reputation Remedy has Russell & Co. and extensive beauty and grace were enhanced Thursday evening from Louisville Her which cost only 15 cents more than the much confidence in such a law, he sale by its remarkable reputation and by the veil of tulle fastened with lillies where he attended the "Mid-wint5i bushel barrel which you buy else- would long since have been recommend- extensive sale by its remarkable cures of the valley. She carried a shower School of Methods" for Sunday school Not in the Race. 33-ing it to his adopted State. 1 think of coughs, colds and croup. Sam Lewis. where. boquet of bride's roses workers, and the Sunday school lectures It can be the law he proposes would be all right, depended upon. Try it. Sold by Paull The ring ceremony was performed by delivered before the faculty and stu- All know this third term bugaboo if the children would attend school un- Drug Co. Is false upon its face, the pastor of these two, who is also dents of the Southern Baptist Theon Mrs. Lou W Atkins, the der it. I am liberal enough to be sat, cousin of the groom, Rev. Z. T Wil- logical Seminary by Dr. R.W, Weaver, Since we bo often have declined milliner, will be in her place of business isfied with any law that will bring the To make another race. of Nashville, Tenn. There were enliams, in a reverent, beautiful manner. over Maryin Young's store by the first children to thefschool', but will this do Negro Minstrel. rolled in the school of Methods 302 and Miss Walker accompanied, in softest of April She is now in the Southern it? By holding with both hare and hounds strains, the ceremony with one of Wag- the lectures delivered were of a high markets, and will stop in Louisville, en We'd have a lively chase; The Athletic Association of Lindsey-Wilso- n Mr. Campbell bases his opposition on compositions "O Thou Sublime order. Every Sunday school worker But then, you know we'v said before, route home. She will have a most at- the declaration of Independence, which ner's Training School will entertain who can do so should plan to attend Sweet Evening Star!" tractive line, everything That we're not in the race. says that all men are created free and Thursday evening March 21, 1912. 7:-:next year and she asks her frends to wait for her equal. I can't see what thut has to do To tell of all our wire works o'c ock at the Court House After the prayer the bridal party recoming. , We've neither time nor space; tired to the reception room. Admission 25 cents. with a compulsorv school law that O! How we'd work the rabbit's foot There were many beautiful and costly would not equally apply to all laws Public Sale. Sylvester Burton, who was reared whatsoever He says he is opposed to presents of hand painted china, vases If we were in the race. Mr. B. S; Miller, merchant at Crocus, in the White Oak country, died iu Lake- all compulsory laws. All laws are in has about pictures, pieces of cut glass and crystal, completed what is said to be We'd dazzle 'em; we'd frazzle 'em, land Asylum last Wednesday afternoon. tended to be compulsory. Thou shalt, many fine designs in silver and a linen On Tuesday, March the 12th, 1912, we handsomest the Beat or break a trace, frame resiHe was about forty five years old. He and thou shalt not, form the sum and dence in Adair shower by a host of friends. will sell at Public auctionour farm con- - Now would it not be awful nice county It is a modern wae sent to Lakeland twice, the last substance of all laws. Laws that pro- plan and will Miss Grace Conover was registrar, tainiag 130 Acres, located h miles South have all conveniences. If we were in the race? time about three years ago. hibit are as much compulsory as any keeping the record of more than one go all the gaits of Burdick. KY. Good buildings, plenty A winner should other kind. He has been a school Rev. J. W. Weldon, was given guests. hundred and twenty-fiv- e Rack, singlefoot and pace, a returnedj'teacher for quite a number of years. - Sheriff A. D. Patteson, Mary Myers, of running water. Will sell on easy We would surely win the prize The ushers were Miss leave of absence for a month, by the ...-- s from Illinois Wednesday night with and he says that 50 per cent., of the officers of his sister of tha bride, andMiss Brownie terms. Also, stock, farm machinery, Though we're not in the race. church. During his stay '3 George Acre, charged' with felony and teachers, including himself, do not do away his Leachman, of Greensburg, Ky., and pulpit will be filled by the we both Priest and potentate, who left this county after being in- their duty. If that be so, I think a preachers A. W. & I. N. Miller. Were Miss Willie May Miller, of Louisville, hay and corn. of the town. There'd be a reign of grace. dicted. little compulsion along that line might Ky. and Mrs. Al Myers of Monticello, t With righteousness in all the land, Born, to the wife of Levi Esters, of work well. He is very much in favor To a Roosevelt Man, Ky. Still, we're not in the race. with Mr. Harris' plan, but thinks that j Amandaville. Ky., on March the 10th Jack For Sale. Miss Leachman was charming in pink LATER. 50 per cent., of the teachers would op- twins, a daughter and son Myrtle and silk with rosebud trimmings, and Miss The following lines were received by Miller, the fairest of the fair, in a blue Mr. J. H. Judd, of this place, a former Why longer kick against the pricks? d jack, color blue, pose it, but that all gojd and loyal William. Mother and babies doing I have a silk with fringe. For it's a groundhog case; Deputy Collector, from Mr. Jo Craft, mealy nose, which 1 will sell at a bar- teachers would vote for it. I don't well. know what he means by good and loyal G. W. Helm. gain. The scene was made brilliant by the who was collector of the Fifth Ken So don't forget to te'l the boys Mr. Jo Andrew Bryant,son of George teachers. Does he mean the 50 per By George, I'm in the race. Montpelier, Ky. 18 3t electric lights which were turned on tucky district under Roosevelt: died in cent that do not do their duty, including Bryant, aged about twenty-fivT. T. Jones.v just as the ceremony began. An Two years have slowly passed by himself? Does he mean the 50 per the Egyyt country last Friday night. Montpelier, Ky. unusual luxury for our little city in the Since Petty ousted you and I The farmers of Adair county are cent of the teachers, including himself, He was a victim of consumption. morning time From seats where both, with eager eye, longing for some settled weather. It who would rather teach 4 or 5 pupils I desire to sell my residence and lotr At eleven o'iock the happy two start Did monthly cut the E ederal pie. 1 have one of tbe best saddle stallions is now time to turn corn ground and than 60 cr 70? Now here are the facts in Columbia and will take as part pay a ed away for Hot Springs, Ark., where My troubled bosom heaves a sigh in this section. He is a grand son of gardens ehould be plowed and some in the case. In our county we have good team of horses. Mr, Barger meets the rest of the At thoughts of Bourbon and old Rye, old Nat Brown. Will make the present aeuu put iu. about 5,400 children that ought to be in BjE&klyn team for base-bal- l. We got so free, and drunk so Bly, . , T. G. Rasner. season at my barn. Call and see him school. We have 2,400 actually in att And will again, (this is no lie), "Mr. and Mrs. Eros Barger are excep- -j c if interested. In the second game of basket ball, tendance. Those not in attendance tWoally popular young people, and are When Teddy swings his stick on high, C. Browning. J. school for at the same .rate of those who between the Lindsey-Wilso- n For Sale. '" and they left amid the And knocks "Old Bradley" to the sky. Milltown Ky. .Public school; reported last are. Now I am proposing to make the and, the. ' 18-2- t ' Jwartiest cangratulations of many week, the 'statement was made that parents of these absent children, send friends and sho were of rice. Blessing Onespan horse mules 5 years old.l&w to attend the score stood 10 to 6 in favor of L. them to the schools, and not have an Do minstrel keupes them until they shall return to show not fail court-hous- e the Thursday Through a mistake some one carried hands high. -, at the W. T. S., when it should have been ignorant set of young people growing jjas after a few months at most. ) ,Mr. S. BT. Mitchell's lantern from the ) W. H. CuBdiff ' night week. up in our community without any ed- ten to 9. A guest. Presbyterian church Sunday .night. I - WEDDING BELLS. v ' Death at Greensburg. ETHEL SUTZER Execution Sale. That Compulsory - per-annu- m Lind-sey-Wilso- n, he-gi- g us i . ! I " ." i!xj ! J I - i - """" T ut -. - d -- !. &fiM r a.j ri. be-hel- d I ! - Ho-gar- d, er 3t well-know- e, J0 two-stor- y -- well-brea- e, 19-2- - are-pai- S wall-belove- d, ! "- , ? 1 t'V ' V ' - - jr S&A irlfafS f V -- Zj&r -- ,"1 t -- ''"" j?er ,5 V" THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEW Short Stops. up-to-da- civilization are now independent of time, place, season te A Stupendous Change In China. pledges as redeemed direct priThis is the weather that makes maries, bank inspection, county the roses blossom on the sweet unit and prison reform. girls' noses. The silo enaoles the uairyman Concerning the two first mento keep more live stock on the A statesman is simply a poli- tioned, there can be no question same numoer oi acres and at less tician who politicates to suit that the Governor's praise is cost in teed and lauur. one's own fads and fancies. well bestowed. In the case of JShropsnires are very hardly Fresh air is not necessarily number three of the redeemed cold air. This lictle fact in na- the General Assembly can with sheep, their worn Driugs a goou price and tney seem to be healthtural science should be kept in truth be said to have taken its mind. ier tnau some or the other medicine; that, in the majority breeas. You will not have to wait long of instances, it was taken with a Naturally the cow that gives for an authoritative announce- wry face, is equally true. Whethment concerning the peach crop er the dose will prove as politthe greatest profit is the one thai ically benficial as hoped remains for 1912. gives the most milk during the winter lor milk is ihen highest We have entire confidence in to be demonstated. But in any priced. the opinion that it is not yet time event, the Governor is well withto put away your winter under- in the mark in his declaration Never give drugs to a horse the General Assembly, in that clothing. any more than you would to a matters, has done baoy unless he is downright sick. When the millionaire for a day these three Tang. Shutting off his feed will cure all got back home he had $1.53 in what it promised and set; out to Upon these modernized men do. minor ills. his pockets. The waiters did not and their followers depends the However feature of the mes- know he had it. The size of the tile to be placed is success of the Chinese republic. in a dram will depend upon the Russia has imprisoned a man age which is of chief interest No one can prophesy what the for writing a volume of poems. that which has to do with the outcome will be, not even those length of the drain, the depth of the distance apart the drains are Over here he merely let our Governor's views on the subject attitude most familiar with oriental con- placed. of prison reform and his poets starve to deatb. branches ditions. It is a nerculean underThe high grade draft horse, peach crop having been toward the The taking to rescue China from the of the State government. killed twice already, we may be igno- the product of a pure bred sire I preferred," says the Gover- degradation of centuries of justified in counting on a heavy and a good mare, has made one nor, that the prison reform bill rant, oppressive rule, and do it of the most profitable industries preserving season next fall. should be but peacefully. That it will be done upon the American farm. Lower California, having perday when the legislative department, in time no one doubts. The Veal calves in hot weather will manently lost its revolution, has without being so requested by is coming when China will take grow better if kept during the turned again to bull fighting as me, passed the prison reform her place among the civilized naday in a dark, cool stable, bui the only satisfactory substitute. fea- tions as Japans has done. The bill without the the; stable must be cleaned out The tipping evil has reached a ture I believe it my duty change in form has taken place point where it should stop. A to approve with startling suddeness. The ahdwell veWlatd. A len mtywse laying if net waiter in Chicago got an heiress; That the Governor should re- change in ubstance is the thing also, another in Philadelphia. spect the branch of vital concern. The processes properly fed before she uses up nth prices continually soar- - of the Sate of government, was through which it is to be evolved all her stored energy, and it ocfore long our scientists will no more thin was rightly ex- are wholly problematical, but casionally happens that a hen to, give their attention to pected. That he cari fail to re the world hopes it will be with- dies by overegg production. ' g a substitute for food. cognize that this act leaves him out bloo ished and that it will be Pyrus. Kalys war expense is a mil absolutely free to pujf into effect accomplished wisely and iustly.J lion dollars a day. To get an the bipartisan system which, at Farm and Garden. idea of the enormous cost reduce the beginning of the session he The weather has been delightpreferred, is not to be believed. the tomato plants. Prune a million dollars to spaghetti. ful for the past week, plenty The Hamilton bill provides The making of good hay is an of rain and some snow. The thermometers are bravely striving to become normal again for the appointment of three art. Several of our farmers have good stock to have their plant beds burned, making and if the weather forecasters Prison Commissioners. It in no Sheep are wise limits the Governor's choice on the farm. will quit forecasting, all will be preperation for a large tobacco tojmembers of any one political well. The cow test association is a crop this year. party. One doctor who writes for the great thing for any dairy localiMr. J. A. Reliford wife and The present prison law is, as ty. magazines says an automobile is two children, spent last Sunday the Governor truly says, an ima fine thing for catarrh. He Brood sows as was as cows at Mr. J. B. Keltners. provement over that which it should be selected for their milkdoesn't say how often it should Rev. G. W. Pangburn, filled replaces. It is for the Governor be taken. ing qualities. his regular appointment at to make it conform fully to his Mr. Edison says he likes to The manure that washes away last Sunday with a own and the party's pledge to read novels because they don't and is wasted represents an ac- very interesting sermon. remove the prisons from politics require him to think. Perhaps money loss. Mrs. Jim Reliford, was quite by appointing a nonpolitical tual that's also the reason why so board. Louisville Times. Milk is an excellent food for sick last week. many people like to write them. the young fowls, but requires Mr. King Rodgers and wife, As for the fellow who has been skill in feeding. were visiting in Gradyville last Rules For Business Men. going with a girl three years It takes two years or more for Saturday. without renting a flat and asking the white grub to reach maturity Mr.' Finis Finn, of near Grady ' the question, he had better look Don't worry, don't overbuy; from the egg. ville, spent one night last week out Something is likely to hap-- ! don't go security. The comb is as sure an indica-to- r with Mr. John Edwards of Kelt-ne- r. Pen- Keep a high vitality; keep in of the health of the bird as Any man who can't recall an! sured; keep sober; keep cool-- . the tongue is of the person. Mr. Jake Nelson, the - fashioned winter in a sleigh,; oldto chosen pursuits, but Stick Young pigs need perfectly dry citizen of Greensburg, with her sweetness snuggling not chosen methods. quarters, especially during the spent a few days of last week ciue arm uie stars winding, Be content with small begin first weeks of their existence. with bis mother, near this place. poetry, has a poverty stricken ninfeg and develop them If in milking a part of the milk Miss Voice Piles, has been memory. Bejwary of dealings with un is bloody, stringy or unnatural visiting her brother and sister, The incineration of 300 old in appearance the whole should near Keltner for the passed two Buwcaoiuii uicu. square pianos scheduled for next weeks. Be cautious, but when a bar- be rejected. spring in New Jersey would be We understand that Mr. Allen gain is made stick to it. The March pullets are the ones righteous if among the number Keep down expenses, but that will begin to lay in Novem- Kemp and wife, have removed were your neighbor's untuned inber "if they have been given pro- to their new heme near Gradydon' i be stingy. strument. ville. Make friends, but not favor- per care. . There seems to be a probabili A hay cap will shed a reason- ty that the government will not ites. Nineteen Miles a Second. j ably heavy rain and keep the have a majority in the German1 Don,t ta'ke new risks to re" larger part of the Without a jar, shock or disturbance, cock of hay Nobody seems to be!trieve old losses reichstag. is the awful speed of our earth through from getting wet. Stop a bad account at once. space. We wonder at such ease of naable to explain what difference It is a great thing to know just ture's movement, and so do those who it would make. Make plans ahead, but don't when a plant needs water. It is .take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No boy in London got damages make them in cast iron. A a matter that requires close ob- gripinff, no distress, just thorough a zoo because he was bitten Don't tell what you are going servation. from work that brings good health and fine by polar bears. The dangers of The very best kiad of a pen for feelings. 55c. Paull Drug. Co. to do until you have done it: t self-government No one has yet explained why or appropriateness. women never need ear muffs. It Rests With The Governor. In weather like this a little cold is fraught with great danger. In his message of congratulawedding dees A million-dolla- r not always mean a happy mar- tion to the Democratic majority, the Governor cites four platform ried life. The greatest single stride toward democracy taken since the United States of American threw off the yoke of monarchial oppression, unless France be an exception, is that which has erect ed a republic on the ruins of the Chinese empire. It is a tremendous event China has a population of 440,000,000 a greater population than the entire British empire. Its area is nearly 500,-00- 0 square miles greater than-thaof the United States and all The its insular possessions. greater massess of its people are in utter ignorance, knowing nothing of the science or principles of government, except to obey authority and pay taxes. There are, however, thousands of enlightened Chinese, entirely capThev able of are led and advised by some of the ablest statesmen of the including Sun Yat Sen. Yuan Shih-kand Wu Ting Or-ren- t, ducklings is one that can easily moved from one part of the yard to another. The condition of your neighbor's field makes little difference to you. Your attention . should be centered in your own. Old orchards can be renewed in such a way as to produce good fruit for the family while the new orchard is coming on , :fiKKKXKXXX Special Bargain sx Rate m Good Only During Janu- ary and February. Daily CouierJournal one year and IS the Adajr Couuty News one year... Daily CourierJournal six months and News one year Daily Courier-Journ- al $4.00 $2.75 Mi s ai 7TC si three months $2.00 is 'is s 'IX and News one year OS. (S During Year 1912 vry 7!s te is si IS bi-parti- 'is s 'is We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al ready Large List an is 'Js sit te IS 'is i . 's TS 'IS lid 'IS fs 7s &. bk IS ?K is 'i One Dollaif and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly si is IS Courier Journal One Year IS w IS 7!s M SI' Pleas-entridg- e, Mi is IS -- 'is Louisville Times and News - AS 7is SIX siy 'IS $4.50. )& sir is si 7TC Sl TS IS -- ' ?t7K Arcadia, Fla. j j well-kno- wn J j Dear Editor Here we are from Arcadia, a beautiful little town down in the south west corner of Florida. It has a population of thirty-fiv- e hundred, two rail roads, several fruit packing houses, some of which are the largest in the state. Arcadia is right in the center of the Orange and grape fruit section of the state. It is also a fine trucking country potatoe, onions, cabbage, celery, beans and peas, are all a very profitable crops to raise. Land sells here from $25 to $1000 per acre and some as high as fifteen hundred per acre. The O. Wolford $25 land is unimproved, covered You can say goodbye to constipation with Palmetto and Yellow pines. with a clear conscience if you use The one thousand and the fifteen chamberlain's Tablets. Many hundred dollar land is land that been permanently cured by tbeir haver use. have nice large groves on them, For sale by PaU Drug Cc. g groves that bring the owner something like a thousand dollars per acre eaeh year for the time and labor he has spent to brfng it to its present position. The climate is fine the tempature is about 75 here today, the sun shine is hot but there is a cool breeze from the west just fresh from the gulf that make it swell here. There are beautiful flowers blooming every where and every thing is very much alive. Orange trees are blooming, mulberries are ripening and weather is Ideal. Well, I will-rinoff, I have said enough if' not to much already. From a native corn cracker, Yours truly, ' : ) . " . V" t Y LA? J. t .r? , ;! r;ar r -- V it j JL?A . -i- i"iU,OT-Tr"J'r-; Vffl)'W'i wiS.H-- -- ' - f ixlJU MALICIOUS DA R O TS POEMS WE MISS. The Roosevelt Dilemma. FRUIT. SELECT GULLINGS IN THE REALM Passing of the Boston Bag. One cannot but be impressed with the growing use in the Hub of the leather Gladstone bag in place of the OF FASHION Velvet Street Dress. The sketch shows a velvet suit with green cloth bag which used to be so prevalent and serviceable to carry a faint self stripe and trimmings of satm. In beech brown it forms the small things in. from shoestrings to volumes of Emerson and dictionaries, and which was and still is especially affected by men with spectacles and students at school. The green bag has ndeed been a Boston institution and almost as famous as Boston baked beans, but seemingly it has its limitaKnowledge has tions In capacity. grown so. or at least its apparatus, that something larger and stronger is now required than the green bag. unless it is to have the dimensions of a mail sack, and so has come into vogtie the Gladstone bag. which besides being larger is also much stronger, and then it has a handle. At the rate of increase scholastic Impedimenta aro found necessary to the highbrows as they journey about in pursuit or deposit of knowledge, presently a sort of literary motor cart will have to be devised for their special use. Boston Advertiser. Massenet and His Visiters. The composer, M. Jules Massenet, has a beautiful estate at Egreville, and he does most of his work there, because in Paris he is rarely free from visitors. But Egreville is not so very far away from Paris, and occasionally his friends go out there and disturb Jules "Massenet at his work. Mas senet, however, never lets his friends disturb him very long. He has a neat way of suggesting their departure. Ho receives them cordially, and in answer to the inevitable phrase of admiration for his house and grounds he always says exactly the same thing. 'Tes." says M. Massenet gently, "the principal charm of "this place is that the railway communications are so bad. The only decent train to get you out here brings you here at 1 o'clock, and to get back to Paris with anything like comfort you will have to leave again at 2 o'clock." Paris BKECH BROWX TAILOKED SUIT. most ideal and fashionable type of suit, especially when cut and fitted wud penecuon. Evening Gowns. Old gold is one of the favorite colors for evening. Dresses of tulle and silk mull, with flowered borders, are charming for debutante frocks. White tulle is used extensively for blouses, chemisettes and entire gowns. Many evening ' frocks of chiffon are Letter. trimmed with lace flounces and tiny sprays and knots of silk or velvet flowDei Gratia Off Canadian Coins. The words "Dei gratia," the grace of ' ers. God, have disappeared from the 1911 Dressy fjocks of satin show narrow issue of Canadian corns, and just why ' pointed trains or square or rounded this is so seems to be a matter of trains quite separate from the rest of much mystery. As far as can be as the skirt certained the royal mint in IondoD h Evening frocks of tulle or delicate responsible for the change. Altboug? lace the flounces touched with crythe "Dei gratia" seems to have discp-peare- stalare worn under extremely short from the Canadian coinage, the chiffon tunics, edged with fringe. new King George coins in Great Brit ain retain it The King Edward coin bore the inscription "Edwardus VII. MANY BUTTONS TRIM Dei Gratia Rex Imperator." The 1011 Canadian coins are stamped "Georgius ' V. Rex et Ind. Imp." There is no sign THE SEASON'S GOWNS of the "Dei gratia." "We get new dies for all our coins every year, and thQ ones we received this year were lack-ing the 'Dei gratia.' " said Dr. Bonar, Of Odd Shapes and Are Often deputy master of the Canadian mint.' "We get our dies from the other side, so the mint itself is not responsible for Used In Freakish Fashion. the change." Ottawa Citizen. d 1 ' Keeping It All Dark. Many a. theatrical manager, in search of more favorable conditions under which to produce startling stage effects, has wished that he could turn off every light beyond the footlights, leaving tho audience and orchestra in otal darkness. 'The great drawback to this has always been that the orchestra players need some light to see then? music. A novel solution of this has been Introduced in a London theater, where the orchestra players read music printed in white Ink on black paper. In addition the musicians" electric light bulbs are fitted with special shades, which reflect little or- no light beyond the black music sheets. The white shirt fronts of the orchestra players are hidden by black bibs, and baldheaded musicians have to wear black caps. - Stores Without Signs. Five years ago a jewelry firm built a new store on Fifth avenue. No name was displayed, and the patrons' wondered when one would appear. None did. Later a dry goods firm built a store near by, and it, too, put out no sign. Within a year another jewelry firm has followed suit, and so has an art dealer. All used to have signs on their storei when they occu pied less pretentious quarters. "I made some inquiry as to the occasion for this seeming modesty," said a curious observer, "and I was told that the signs were not left off through architectural scruples. The reason is really psychologic. Patrons of great stores like to go to them as they do to private hduses. They take a genuine pride in knowing who is indoors without being told?' New York Sun. , Naming Aeroplanes. Suggestions are already bpginning to pour into the navy department for the naming of aerial warships. Hornet, Wasp, Hawk and Vulture are the favorites, though Eagle, Swallow and Bee are close seconds in point of popularity. Of course the names will be of no use for years to come, or until the aeroplane has been sufficiently perfected to become of actual and not theoretical value. But they reflect the confidence of numerous persons in the ultimate development of the flying machine to a point where it will be of practical value as an instrument of light gray. es traction. Philadelphia Bulletin. :oinimined5ato locallt can be inveiRle(1 a h0tcl H10 it in a night or two. The spring Lumpur, in tho Intoguillotine trap is one of the best or TT,. .i.., n iYrfovrifnl ATnltiv C?frfic. "nd 1S. t?e few points which our hotel" proprietors hf t0 ,T might notice: Bedrooms, 27 feet by 24 hT mcll tled several feet by 20 feet, each with two electric ton?e,of on - There are the market which do twenty-fiv- e caudle power lamps, elec- - rat po,EODS t,,c business if used according to di- trie bell and electric fan; a bathroom 30 feet by 12 feet attached to each bed- - rations, wlliIe :m excellent, slow, room and fitted with tops, floored with working poison is made by mixing one i colored tiles, walled with white Min- - Part of barytes with eight or nine j ton dittos; a long, continuous corri- - narts of cornnicnl and adding enough Buttons for gowns, coats and suits dor C25 feet in length by 12 feed broad; ' netting to give a stiff dough. Small form an important part of the well or- each electric bell fitted with "return" quantities of this should be placed in j dered toilet ring, so that the visitor knows at once tbe runways of the rats, out of reach While in some instances buttons are whether he is being attended to. Lon-- , of poultry or other creatures: . used with profusion, they are placed in don Globe. such a way as not to seem ornate. For I " , A COSTLY LESSON'. instance, upon a handsome gown small The writer has in mind a pretty Watling's Island. buttons covered with the same fabric San Salvador Is perhaps the most in- -' level headed orchard owner who as the gown itelf were set closely to- teresting historical point on Amer-- somehow got the idea that the chaps gether from the shoulder seams on lean side of the world, as itthe the is- - who are in charge of the horticultural is each side to the hem of the skirt in land upon which Columbus first land-- work at his own and other state agthe back. Although many dozens were ed. Yet it has lost its name. In view' rirultnra.1 colleges, were impractical and thus employed, the effect was one of of the history not only of the Bahama.? ' did not know what hey 'were talking simplicity. group, but of the American continents about when they laid much stress on A strange freak is that of using two as well, it is far from surprising that the importance of a thorough spraying kinds of buttons upon the same tai- the identity, of the famous lored suit. In most instances the but- should have been long lost or island with arsenaio of lead within ten days that the after the petals fall. This was in the tons are dissimilar as to material and reidentification should have been do- - season of 1910. Acting on his own besize. The utility buttons are small, layed until the middle of cen- the and the larger ones are simply for or iury. wuen captain Becher of last Brit- - Uef in the matter, he delayed his first the snravine for tho codling motli until uameut ish uavy by application of thp descrip- the little calyx cup was closed and i The use of wooden button molds tion contained in Columbus' journal to the apples were about s of on the increase. Some are made in the course from Gomera to the Baha- an Inch through. The theory of the ovals, lozenge shape and even square mas determined clearly that Watling's aswell as in the shape of a half bul- island alone met all requirements of college men was amply justified in the fnn. Wheu this orchardist had no end let. It is the fad to cover these with the case. Argonaut. of worms, which converted what handwork of some kind. Silk, satin would-havbeen fancy box stuff into or velvet is often used and is frequentPutting It Nicely. cheap stuff for a canning factory. It ly embellished with silk embroidery There is a good deal jn putting a is needless to say that this experience or cording or metallic lace work. thing nicely. A prisoner was being was not repeated. An odd use for buttons has appeared sentenced at the assizes the other day. In millinery, where upon some of the "You have a pleasant home and a A WINNING COMBINATION. most expensive of imported hats a bright fireside Avith happy children sit- - ' A friend, a banker, living in a seclarge button covered with Irish crochet ting around it. haven't you?" said the tion where alfalfa and corn do weli in rainbow tints is seen as the center judge. and silos have . been built the past of a ribbon or chiffon flower of a mod"Yes, sir," said the prisoner, who season for the first time states that est shade. -' thought some farmers of his section have some use of white pearl buttons upon culty. he saw a way out of the difhThe rlAlllta "TOhnHii,. flirt ciln ,o dark serge or other mannish goods Is "Well." said the judge, "if the happy ,Q case of an innovation of the French dressmakthe man who does not caro fito take up dairying, but' does want to ers. Not for use are these buttons, in eM dr,?,fit aVUn? tn(:1cheerf1u,, most cases, but as trimming, set closeraise beef cattle. The writer would two months."-Lond- on Tit uggest that any doubts these farmers ly along the edge of revers or upon Bits. may have along this line be put aside. cuffs or flares. Even china buttons have thus been employed by some of for if the extensive feeding experiMaking His Meaning Clear. ments which have been conducted, by the most original makers. Senator (just returned from Washmany experiment stations make any Small and large buttons, made of ington) Eeler. white cotton thread; closely crocheted, ment of Mrv people what is the senti one point clear it is that the cheapest in your town cou are now in fashion- They are placed cerning the 'as wejl as the best beef in the world on blouses, on one piece frocks, on top Rising Politician (ternly interrupt- is produced in those sections where wraps, in every size. both corn and alfalfa can be grown ing) Senator, we Buttons to be fashionable should be ment in our town; don't deal in senti- and where the corn crop is put into we deal with fac's either very largo or very small. the silo for safe keeping. It is our f, a, x, fac's! Chicago Tribune. opinion that these fellows are in clover ba very truth and the sooner they get Reversible Fabrics. The Difference. Reversible materials are much used "1 am told Homebody takes a great :hose silos built the better it will be. for the long mantles which are so prac- Interest in his children." tical. The favorite colors are gold and "Yes, he does, but not a controlling white, gray and mauve, currant and Interest" Judge. red, blue and chamois, bottle green and peacock green, otter and rosewood, n Man's life Is in the Impulse of tnosrc green and violet and black and to sonsetbVng higher. J acobL . strove and is striving toward a realiza- i tion of this democracy is best caught in all the history of this country, when exemplified in the lives and deeds of the men who lived and fought, if he puts a blight upon Taft's who conquered and died fighting, mov- nomination by "steam roller" trich Farm year in the litter in and about stables ed by this spirit This is the creative and pens, many of which are in a de- work of the poet we await Tempi j methods of his own, he will be cidedly insanitary condition. Among Scott in Forum. FIRST AERIAL POST. hopelessly lost in the count next tho germ life flourishing under these November. Yieldingjto an o'er-- ; It Wa: Used In China, and a Wild conditions are likely to be those of CITIES HARD TO KILL. tuberculosis, contagious abortion, na- Goose Was the Carrier. weening ambition, he has put The ancient records of China reveal vol disease, lumpy jaw, hog and calf What Rome, Paris, Constantinople and himself in a position to be de-- i the fact that our aerial post was fore-- ' cholera, while parasites that cause j London Have Suffered. ago, scab, mange and itch likewise flourish. stalled some thousands of years a difficult thing to kill a city, stroyed. It aptly enough by Cefestial. It is true Wherea stable is in such condition it and is there are some well known places that the first postal air man was an should be given a thorough cleaning. have so much vitality that they ! The Taf t people, we feel rnor-- i aquatic fowl, and to this day the post This should include not only brushing that survive any number of disasters. will ally certain, will win in the in China is referred to as "the con- down cobwebs and dust from ceiling Take Rome as a first example. No piccleaning of venience of the wild goose," and and walls and a thorough Chicago convention. We gather ten times has she tures of that bird still appear on cer the partitions and floors, but when fewer thanpestilence. She has been swept by been tain stamps. this has been done the interior should burned twice and starved out on six his not only from Kentucky, but The legend tells us that a Tartar be given a coat of whitewash made by occasions. Seven times she has been many other states, But the dechief was offensive to the Chinese em- adding salt and three or four besieged or bombarded. But she still peror, who sent a special envoy to of Roosevelt in the convenof carbolic acid to a consid- - flourishes. Perhaps that is why she feat warn him. But the chief took the em- - crable quantity of the lime wash, is called tion will only make more sure the Eternal City. peror's sen ant prisoner and made him ' This should be kept stirred and may Paris has had eight sieges, ten fam- the defeat shepherd to his flocks. In this condi- - be applied with a broom or long han-tio- n of Taf t in November. of social degradation ..the unfor-- , died brush, but the job is more easily ines, two plagues and one fire which OurRepublican brethern seem tuna'te envoy languished for some t and cffectivelf done if one has a spray devastated it. We make no reference years until one day he captured a wild pump such as is used in orchard spray-- , to the number of revolutions, as they to be in a most deplorable con- goose and his mind was illumined by ing operations. Applied in this man-- , are too numerous to mention. But the orignt idea of using it to carry i ner the solution can be forced into Paris still flourishes. been burned out i dition. Owensboro Message. Constantinople has news of his whereabouts to bis friends, every crack and crevice. nine times and has suffered from four With a letter secured to its leg, tho plagues and five sieges. There are Bowling Green. Samaritan goose flew southward until, RATS IN THE JELLY. some people who think that many of virtue meeting its customary reward, a reader whose cood wife's iellv for the it was killed in ffcsunds of the cupboard has just about been cleaned! city sultans have been as bad yet the Dear Editor: she as any pestilence. And palace by no less a "p"ersonag2than the out by rats asks the writer what he Please find space in the News emperor himself. The letter was read, can do to get rid of the pests. Any goes on. Lastly there is the English metropoand a punitive expedition rescued the person who has had experience in this lis. London began as a kind of mound for the following letter. captive and punished the rebel chief. matter knows that it is a good deal in a swamp. In her early history she frVsn&sv", As I have many Pearson's Weekly. easier to tell how to do the job than was sacked, burned and all her inhabit is to actually do it. However, there itants butchered. She has been deci- who are readers of the NewJSand Attractions of a Malay Hotel. are SOveral methods that have given We are so accustomed to reading in 00il r0!?uUs. iu tho line of traps good mated by plague Gve times, exclusive who are interested in education, the guidebooks that the local hotels results can be had lth tue ca tra,,, of typhus, cholera and such maladies. are the best in the east that it is re, U eoially jf the whole rat tribe in tho She has been more or less burned sev- I feel sure that they will be en times. She 4s thriving in spite of pleased to know something of freshing, ays the Java Times, to ! i I i , , The Stings That Corns With Carelesa Handling of Prickly Pears. My first sad experience of the African prickly pear was gained on a visit to the market place of Algiers. The fruit was handed to us, politely peeled by the Arab dealer, and thus as we made acquaintance with its delightful coolness no suspicion of its evil qualities entered our minds. A few days later, adding the excitement of a little trespassing to the more legitimate pleasures of a country ramble, we came upon a well laden group of prickly pear bushes and could not resist the temptation to help ourselves to some of the fruit. - The result was woeful. Concentrated essence of stinging nettle seemed all at once to be assailing hands, lips and tongne, and our skin wherever it had come in contact with the ill- - natured fruit ".vas covered with a thick crop of minute, bristly hairs, apparently growing from it and vono- mous and irritating to the last degree, Our silk gloves, transformed sudden-- . ly into miniature robes of Nessus, had to be thrown away, perfectly unwear- ' able, and the inadvertent use of our ' pocket handkerchiefs before we had realized the extent of our misfor- tune caused fresh agonies, in which' f nose as well as lips participated. For DIRT AND DISEASE, many a day did the retribution of that Manv of the diseases that attack theft haunt us in the form of myriads farm animals are traceable to germs of tiny stings. "Iloine Lfe on an Os that flourish and live from year to , sec-full- VALUABLE A undertaking is being carried out by the Wisconsin experiment station and Ashland and Bayfield counties, in the northern part "of the state, that is to be strongly commended from the standpoint of good sense and practical value. A quarter section of cut over land, most of it of the red clay type, was given jointly by the two counties for use as a branch experiment station. The state will equip and manage the farm, and a foreman from the college will be in charge. Any workers of the college who may 'require the red clay soil in their experiments will be assigned plots on the farm in question, which is located near Ashland Junction. In addition to the strictly experimental work, the crops will be so planned as to serve as a demonstration to nearby farmers. Meetings will be held each year when the crops are. in the best condition for demonstration purposes. The superin- tendent and his assistants will be at the service of the farmers of the northern part of the state and help them in every way to improve farming conditions. The land comprising thfo farm is typical timberland, and the same problems will have to be worked y out that the homesteader in the tion would have on his hands. Epies of tho Great Events In Our NaMr. Roosevelt, tional History. after many many volumes of commem- weeks having We have worked up his oration odes of quite respectable literary quality, but we look in vain for an stage play, has threatrically anepic of the war of the Revolution, nounced formally his candidacy which might fill each one of us with the heroic spirit and bind us all in for the presidency. Nobody that living union of great hearted hu- is surprised at this. It was mility which is the supreme national pride. We look In vain for an epic quite plain two months ago he on the great civil war. with one of the greatest of all life's soldiers as its would do exactly as he has don. hero, nor do we And immortalized In He has played for effect an old Aeneids those wonderful expeditions across this continent the travels of customer with him but the ef--! Lewis and Clark, the settlement of feet among many thinking people the owning up of the forty-ninerAlaska, the reclamation of the deserts has not been what he desired. and the founding of Texas. IIow otherMr. Roosevelt, it appears to us, wise than through poetry are our chil- j dren to possess the beauty and thtr has made the one stupendous glory and the spiritual grandeur of tbo We do not saga figures who founded this marvel- mistake of his life. ous union of states, of those heroes believe he can be nominated who "highly resolved" and so highly achieved? It is true Walt Whitman in the face of the powerful chanted the song of democracy, but j federal machine. If defeat-- j his chant is a magnificent prophecy of an ideal it is an exhortation, not a ed for the nomination he will be poetic manifestation. The spirit that the worst discredited public man s, ' ' I j I t table-spoonfu- ls J ; f:?SM.?ClTi0n, l all. ! J I ? f ; V- . J . ; s - : : Yet He Loved the Sea. It is said that Bryan Waller Procter, known as Barry Cornwall, who wrote the well known poem I'm on the sea! I'm on tho sea! I am where 1 would ever be! was the very worst of sailors. When we read that he was so seasick that he could scarcely bear the sound of a human voice It becomes apparent that his wife's conduct during his affliction could scarcely have been reassuring. As he lay on the deck of a channel boat, covered with shawls and a tarpaulin, sue had the pleasing habit of humming a strain of his jovial sea song. The poet who loved the sea, but loved It best at a distance, had very little life just then, but what force he had. was used in the entreaty: "Don't, my dear! Oh, don't!" Yet no doubt he loved the sea. Origin of Panic. No word has moved with the , the Western Kentucky State Normal and its work. I arrived in Bowling Green Jan. 28th, and entered the Nor mal 30th, I found it to be composed of some 1500 earnest, honest, hardworking students, all workingfin harmony and for the same end, tfVe left Bowling Green at 2. p. j m. on the datejmentioned above, spent thejiight in Louisville and on the following morning went to Frankfort, arriving at 9:30 p. , , two-third- e -- : : ! ' more than "panic." Long ago in an evening. cient Greece It was a mi'.d fear in spent in The seven spired by mysterious sights and sounds among the mountains and valleys by Frankfort will be lonjr rememb night, which were attributed to the god Pan. Nowadays it has a by no ered by the entire compay. means supernatural significance on the Many interesting sights were stock exchange. "Panic fear" was the original expression, and In shortenin? seen and much information gain- It to "panic" we. have all really beei ed. Both the old and new Capi- -' as slipshod as the small boy who calls Our presence his "comic paper" a "comic." Shaftes- tols were visited. years ago would have used 'was recognized by both houses bury 200 the word for any contagious feeling that seized upon masses of men !of the General Assembly, and "There are many Pannicks in .Mancompany kind besides merely that of Fear. And every member of the thus is Religion also Pannick." Lou- had the opportunity of hearing don Mail. i 'm. spending the remainder Qf the day in the Capitol and return times ,ing to Bowling Green in the i hers i t ' tin address by the Governor. flrlx-lcolil- fl rC 3 I r -- ele-atio- Jr22 Elastic Time Table. The magnificent Capitol was In its early days railway traveling was a much less formal affair than admired by all. It was univer now. One night, back in the sixties, sally agreed that it is one of the the guard of the last train leaving finest in the union. Banff was reminded by an irate passenger that It was some minutes past Claud Harmon, the starting time. -- Oh. aye." replied 1 the man. "but Meester F. has a dinner Repels Attack Of Death. party the nicht and I'm jlst geln' him two or three meenlts preevilege."-Lond- on "Five years ago two doctors told nit Chronicle. 1 had only two years to live." This startling statement was made by Still-- ! His Half. A wife after the divorce said to her man Green, Malachite, Col. "They ! told me I would die with consumption. husband: "I am willing to let you have the It was up to me to try the best lung baby half of the time." medicine and I began to use Dr. King's "Good!" said be, rubbing his hands. New Discovery. It was well I. did, for "Splendid!" today 1 am working and believe I owe "Yes." she resumed, "you may have ' my life to this great throat and lung him nights." cure that has cheated the grave of another victim. Its folly to suffer with He Objected. Clergyman Elmer, wouldn't you like coughs, colds or'other throat and lun to be a minister when you grow up? troubles now. Take the cure that's Small Elmer No, sir; I don't bellev safest. Price50 cents and 31 00. Trial In working Ne bottle free at Paull Drug Co. I ! I v"T 4 'TB E ADAIR OOUK'n KLttS COUNTY HEWS y THE ADAIR for President Taft almost to the man that the Edwards and Powers factions are united and will give the present chief Executive an united support.4 Ed Walton, who recently took charge of the Somerset Times, is certainly pleasing his reader? He is now issuing a Semi-Weea splendid paper, and naturally his business is increasing. WV kl Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair County News Company. ( I Wt Incorporated.) CKAS- - S. HARRIS Editor. Democratic newspaper devoted to the in- -, cra of the City of Columbia and the people adjacent counties. fintered (Mass t Whats the best Turnin: Pow? mail matter. at the Columbia Post-offi- ce as sec-d- J W.UD. MAOBH., 18. 1912, The Kentucky Legislature will adjourn this, Tuesday night. Congressman Ollie M. James will likely preside as temporary chairman over the Baltimore con,- believe that it will continue-t- o grow, knowing that Mr. Walton will entertain his readers andj will give his advertisers the worth of their money. We can not say how broad the smile this extra work brings to the faces of his compositors. A little money changes the statement of Ja man who was al- "THE VULCAN Fence 95 J? m - What's the Be Heaviest and Cheapest Wire "The American" Drs. Hess & - tention. What's the Best Stock and Poultry Tonic? Clark's Remedies. we had a few minutes recess, us to our fate and passed on the Milltown. of Roley, are visiting Mr. G. T. Bryant this week. when a large basket of the most other side. We are made to bp- The health of this community delicious fruits consisting, of lieve that the Captain has not Mr. W. H. Blair, fell from his is very good at this writing. - learned the story of the good s oranges, bananas, pears and aphouse top Monday and dislocated Mr. J. R. Tutt, was in Colum- - his right shoulder, the Dr. was were served, and all the maritian, and also has not learnr brothers ate to their fill This ed the divine lesson of humanity, bia on business one day last week. called and replaced it and he is Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Thomas getting along nicely. was a most enjoyable time. or he would not have passed us Howpleasant it is for brethren by. We went back up in town, and son, of Corbin, visited at Mr. Rhue Hurt, has come in March 6th, 1912. Bert H. Franklin, the former to dwell together in unity. The but wonderful to relate, a good Mrs. J. M. Thomas last week. on a furlough from the standing Editor News: young men, of army. McNamara detective, told the next thing that was done was Samaritian in the person of Several of tlie In company with 9 other brothgrand jury that the money he Mrs. Mary L. Hughes, is on the election and installing of of brother James Row, furnished this community have recently ers of the 1. 0. 0. P., I left left for 111. was given him by used as bribes officers of Burkesville Lodge No. us a rig, and with wraps to keep the sick list this week. Greasy creek on the morning of Mrs. Alice Chapman, of ColumClarence S. Darrow, attorney for 35G I. O. O. F. At 2 o'clock the the keenT Gold mountain winds February the 29th, on the steam' Roy. the McNamaras. It seems that work of installation was com from freezing us, sent us to bia, visited at Mrs. Lizzie er Bob Dudley, for Burkesville, Darrow is in a bad box. pleted, and we all went to the Jamestown, and on our return Thomas last week. to institute an Oddfellows Lodge Sam Jeffries and Walter Murhetel for a knap. On arising trip we were made to think in Born, to the wife of J. R. , uucicio tu uc a. new in at that place. The crowd was rell left last Monday for Illinois. Tutt, on the oth, a son. made from parts of composed of 10 good looking odd- next morning as the sun was the language of the Psalmist, , Kentucky, Several of the young people Mr. B. 0. Hurt and wife visit..Wayne, Pulaski and Whitley. It fellows, to wit; the writer, M. shining on the beautiful moun- David, surely "Goodness and from this community attended ed at Mr. G. R. Redmon's Sunwill be narhed McCreary. The P. Upton, D. C, Hopper, Attis tains, we were made to think mercy had followed us." the party at Mr. George Henry day. We will never forget the good. county seat is yet to be selected. McFarland, L. C. McKinley.X that we were in one of God's Nell's at Gradyville last SaturMr. W. 0. Bryant remains It will either be Whitley Station W. Gloch, Dr. John Cowbest, J. best counties on Cumberland riv- people of Burkesville for their day night. about the same. er. The next thing breakfast kindness and hospitality shown or Pine Knot. C. Popplewell, W. H. Hopper Messrs. Pete Barden and Born to the wife of Thomas was ready, and we marched into us while there. It was a moment and F. F. Cook. The Republican State Conventables I ever of heartfelt joy when two hearts Henry Moore, of Greensburg, Powell a girl. one of the best-laiWe left Greasy creek at 8 tion, to select delegates to the saw. All the good things of the melted into one in a fraternal bought a lot of stave tember Singing at. Freedon church 29th, arriving at from different parties in this comNational convention, will be held o'clock on the market were upon it. After covenant. A brighter prospect next Sunday. munity recently. 'in Louisville, commencing Wed-- ! Burkesville at 2 p. m breakfast we took a stroll about for a good and prosperous Lodge The little daughther of Mr. Among the great scenes of na-- ; nesday April 10. Four delegates city, looking at the . sights, I have never seen. This lodge is the Sam Coffey has been very low Cray Craft. and four alternates are to be ture along the great Cumber- for it was our first trip to Burks- - composed of the very .best men with fever, but is better at this land was, first, Belk's Island, jiamed. ville.' county, such as The bad weather continues writing. of Cumberland then the great bluff called the On Friday night March the 1st C. C. Baker, C. R. Hicks, Coun- and the farmers are making slow, Prayer meeting at Oak Grove Adair county is notv in the Pointed Rock, which of itself at 7 o'clock a banquet was spread ty Clerk Simpson, Circuit Clerk, progress with their work. Eighth Congressional district, is grand scenery, and to see the at the hall where a large crowd Mr. Walter Murrell, left last the 3rd Sunday. Jones, and various other good dash against composed of the folio wing (great waters Monday for 111., where he ex Born to the wife of, Mont Wilof Oddfellows were assembled. men of Burkesville and adjacent pects to spend the summer. this huge wall of rock, we were counties: Adair, Casey, Lincoln, son a daughter. A delicious supper was spread, country. at-- , who is controlling Several from this place, Boyle, Mercer, Anderson, Jessa- made to think Bro. Pierce and Lilburn Breedthe table reaching across the With the very best wishes for tended the entertainmeut at Madison, Garrard, Shelby these things, "the Great I Am," lodge mine, ing will organize a Sunday school room. When we were Burkesville Lodge and all the Shiloh, last Saturday and all re- at Freedon the third Sunday in and also our lives are under His , and Spencer. seated around it Bro. F. W. I. 0. 0. F., lodges in the 31st control. We moved gently down ported a nice time. March. Leach invoked the divine bless- district, I am fraternally yours, The'Kentucky House went on the river for several miles till we Prof. Anderson Murrell, was ing upon us. We then ate our Sylvester Harris, record by a vote of 57 to 22, as reached the rock house, one of visiting his sister, Mrs. Ruth ReyRussell Springs. fill, and the work of conferring I. D. G. M., 31Dist., ofKy. orranrlocf bpptibb. nnr pvpb pvsr opposing legislation looking to nold, of Garlin last Sunday. in order. After Mr. L. L. Rounds is a very-sicthe curtailment of free railroad beheld. Seeing that great bluff Mr. W. 0. Murrell, sold a nice , , , this work was over 'there were . ,. man with pneumonia feverv L Representative or rocK, sianuing mere, ana mat v One passes. mare to W. G. Roy of Ozavk for Dlrigo. Mr. Ed Bradshaw and Mr. some interesting recitations and said he had been riding on passes large hole through it, large . $150. Richardson, traveling men, were: , rains Dy rror. jfoppieweii, ur. NMr. Ed Bradshaw, the grocer for years arid he did not care who enough to drive a wagon here last week. C. R. Hicks and Bro. i knew it. and manv inter- - JCombest, drummer was calling on our Miss Bertha Wallers who- is MessFS Ebb Salmon, Bliss, and in Simnsnn. nfher which fViP Jesting things along the" river. Guy Nell, Gradyville. were here merchants last Wednesday. school here visited her home at . , , closed, and we all went to our Mr. 0. H. Waddle, a wel maae our ,crip veiy . , Mr. Ethel Bryant and wife, Jabez Saturday and Sunday, im.eresuug. a day or so last week writing inlawyer of Somerset, is a At 12 o'clock dinner was ready rooms. Next morning when we known will leave for 111., in a few days. taking with her about 14 boys surance. candidate for delegate to the on the steamer Dudley, the table awoke and prepared ourselves for Mr. David Bryant, is on the and girls of the school to celeNational Convention. He is an groaning with good things to eat f breakfast, the good women of C. G. Campbell did business at sick list this week. brate her birthday. enthusiastic Taft supporter and You ought to have seen us going the hotel Franks had the table Amandaville, last Tuesday. Mary Lizzie, the child Little Dr. A. A. Hatfield is off on a says in his announcement that he down after those delicious eat- - loaded down to the ground with H. A. Moss, Greensburg, was of Mr. Sam Coffey, is improving business trip this week. XTr attwIV u" """ is unalterably opposed to Col. ables. At 2 p. m.. we arrived at rwrfA fliinn'O "c rntfAAlr rtT here one day last week. at presnt. Mr. Charlie Winfrey is attendRoosevelt. He further states I Burksville and a committee of most every thing set before us' Jake Wooten, Sparksville, was Mr. J. D. Hayes, is erecting a ing court at liberty this week. am for Mr. Taft because he op- Oddfellows met us and escorted land then it was time for us to here Sunday. new dwelling house. Mrs. Ida Payne is still on the !take our departure to our reposes Roosevelt and Mr. J. C. Montgomery, the us up to town to the Franks ho-- ; . . Hadis Harvey has been confinsick list. ous doctrine for which the latter tel. At 3 p.m., we met i merchant "of Ozark passed attheH land and ed to his room wih fever for ten came bac .standslodge hall, and began our work Some through here on business last Mr3. Ermine Wilson and Miss days, isjjetter at this writing. were very RenaStephens, are in the LouisBUiiicu fViplrirlrrn Wednesday. . I.': uiautuwuj, ,iv, iuu6v,. , .ixw Willie JBennetty was jumping, j tnanKiui to uaptam uampDen ior Mr. Felix Royse, of Garlin, ville market this week. Mr. W. A. Coffey.Chairman p, m.?we finished our - us up to andtrying; the? "feat of "holding his kindness in- bringingMr. A. P. Wilson moved to the was the guest of Mr. Walter of the Republican Adair County adjourned till 7 o'clock, when we. T nArra nmA fnv r ' rrrifr twa stones in "each hand until he iGoss .. V ,' Committee, has just returned met at the hall for the purpose of Murrell last Saturday night. Fair Ground .property last week . i, t . ' eatables furnished us while made his spring then throwing-theT Mr. Walter Murrell, ofJoppa, and is going in to ' the'poultry erring degrees. We confer- from ,canvassing Cumberland, route up the river. No I am .u behind him, 'when one was the guest of Prof. Ander- business. Wayne and icu me jmuaiuij ucBj.cc uu n. Clinton, Russell, Uiibiatvcxi, w.e naucu apu n vjamy Casey counties; He says the candidates, also the fjrst, second bell and his boat at Burkesville, struck him ,on the knee almost son Murrell Saturday nighty Mrs. Tina Irvine hasbeen conRepublicans in these counties are , and third degrees. At 12 o'clock but he like the Priest abandoned breaking his leg. jMiss Ethyl White and mother, fined to her'bed for a few days. j ! Sa-ple- As soon as the Governor signs most shot to'deathat Atlanta, Ga. the bill, all women in Kentucky Eugene H. Grace, who was a over 21 years of age, can vote in prominent contractor of that school election. city, was found locked in his room with a bullet wound in his House Committee, last breast. Upon being interrogated The week, indorsed the State Board he said hi3 wife shot him. The of Health snd exonerated Dr. wife denied, and told her husMcCormack. The action of the band that she would revoke his committee is not altogether satis- power of attorney forher estate. factory. He then recanted, and said he Strange things happen. Mrs. did not know who shot him. His Henry Noble, of Hazel Green, life is insured for $25,000 for the ICy., thirteen years of age, benefit of his wife. He will reis the mother of a child. cover. Its grandmother is just twenty-nin- e My Triplto BurRsviiie. years old. Call on THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE for all the above articles, together with Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Wagons, Buggies Farm Implements, Saddles, Har ness and a General Line of Hardware at the LOWEST PRICES. i I d t j ; I ' ... k ' - ! - , j ; the-dange- r- - ! i iWofil-iifinn- - fr no. ... - - .. ' en-co- nf :;i., i .., u:tj n'. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS .0; (ROX&Zr trdoOCX Mr. Henry Squirt, "who has 1m-provi- ng. f v -- Sano. been sick ion some time is H. 0. Whitlock v ""lyjrr- - Bakinrf Powder libsoiuti UjTi ." hot-bread- s, expects to erect s saw and grist mill near here. This will be a great convenience for this neighborhood. Mrs. Jane C. Whitlock will leave in a few days to visit her sister, who lives in Indiana: Whitlock, who has been confined to her room for eight weeks, is able to be out .- c . r . cfc&W Ortella Where the finest biscuit, cake, crusts or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, substantial, every- - d ay foods, for all occasions. The only pairing powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lime again. Chess Whitlock, was visiting hi brother, at Bliss, Saturday and Sunday. He was also in Columbia, Monday having some dental work done. llTv nmn nrAek r Pomn bellsville, who travels for Belknap Co.,was at this place Tuesday, Alii. U. tv,t ! March the 5th, the death angle visited Mr. Leslie Loys, and claimed for its, victim his beloved wife She was a victim of com plicated diseases. She bore her afflictions well. She was 30 years, 2 months and 24 days old, when the end came, and leaves a husband, two children, father, two brothers and five sister and a host of friends to mourn her loss. The funeral services were held at the Baptist church at Russell Spring by Rev. Dehart, after which she was laid to rest in the Russell Springs cemetery. The new telephone line from Russell Springs to Sano, has been comPleted-& Program Institute to be Held at Jamestown, March 30, 31, 1912. ' Missiona-r- y 1 9 a. m. Opening. Should we pay our assessments and why? 2 J. W. WELDON, J. R. RANDOLF. 2 Pastors duty to these in giving and collecting? J. L. MURRELL. 4 How do you raise these Your plan, , . J. L. PIERCY. 5 6 Benefits of systematic giving, W. R. WAGONER. MISS MAGGIE SMITH, MRS. J. A. GOODMAN. How and by what system have our Women accomplished so much? t J.J.. ti T. W. Bryant our merchant is mer, was here a few days ago. doing a capital business. G. W. Whitlock bought Leslie Wright's .1911 tobacco crop at Aunt Mary Brockman, is bet$6 per hundred. UUUU, T glUUCIJ UIUU1 j The wheat croP is almost kill ' ed by the hard freezes. ' 7 8 Our Mission Fields, China, Japan, South America, Mexico, Korea and Cuba, The part our Lay Leaders ought to take in these to bring best results, J. P. HARRISON, W. S. NIGHT. The Sunday School's part in this work, and the results? 9 ter at this writing. Phosphates PERSONAL civil suit set to have commenced Monday of this week. Silas Miller and family have Rev. W. L. Pierce preaches at Laymen and Pastors are urged to give a few hours to above themes and this place every 4th Saturday been visiting W. H. Gadberry's come prepared to. take part. Bro. J. W. Weldon will preach onthe 29, at 7 p. for the past week. and Sunday. m. The wheat in this section is Lora Brockman, E A. McKin-le- y and Estal Canada, are doing We will have preaching each day and night. Come in the Spirit of pray- not looking well, especially the a good business logging, for Walk- er. late sown. G.A.BARNES. I. Saturday, April 6. Delegates to Mch., 4th 1912. S Editor News: the Corbin district convention We have had plenty of snow Mr. L. B. Smith, of Campbellsville, , ., , i,, . winter, tne snow nas arnteci, are to be selected to the Corbin was here the first of the week LOUISVILLE 'MARKETS. tms . convention, which select deleJudge N H. Moss returned Saturso that the train could not run gates to the State convention. day from a business trip to Frankfort. for two days. We only got our Elmer Wheat, Chairmen. on Live Stock Mr. A. A. Huddleston, Common- Latest Quotations mail twice a week, but the News wealth Attorney, was here last Saturalways came in on time. day. Love and Pet Mother. CATTLE I often think of my. old Kv.. Mr. C. S. Harris and Mr.x Silas w S5.50(&6.00 were in Frankfort several days of Shipping steer Beef steers 5.255.50 home. I lived there" until .1 was! Take her withered hand in yours, Standard Prints (all styles) last week. 4?.c Fat heifers and cows 4254. 75 30 years old, except two years, I children of her soul? "Hope" Bleach Cotton - 7ic Miss Brownie Leachman, of Greens-bur- Cutters 2.0o3.00 spent in the West. I have lostjMother'sheartiscravinIove; wide Bleach Cotton - v was here to attend the Canners 5c 1.002.25 Mother's growing old. wedding. Bulls Colored Cotton Shirtings 2.253.00 trace of many of my mends and See the gnV3 of any years 5 to 10c 4.254.75 schoolmates. I WOUld like to Crown her furrowed brow; Apron Check Ginghams Mr. Ed Morrow, United States Dis- Feeders - 4Xc Stockers 2.75o.75 Large Assortment Dress Ginghams trict Attorney, spent a day or two in - 8Jc loved and petted you' know if Andy and Woody Petty ' As she has Choice milch cows Columbia last week. Love and pet her now. Trion Brown Domestic 5c Common to fair cows .. are living, also Mark Grider, Joh- n- . . Miss Rena Stephens, of Russell Lay your hand upon her head, Our Spring stock is coming in now. You HOGS Springs, was here the first of the week, Earles and John Stewart. Smooth "her whitened hair, will be agreeably surprised at the low prices. en route for Louisville market. Choice 210 up 6.40 Farm land sells from $100 to She's been growing old the white Come early and get the first selections. 6.25 You've been growing fair; Mrs. Ermine Wilson, merchant at Mediums, 165 to 210. good team of She has t6iled 5.15 $150 per acre, a praed fo'r you Russell Springs, was here Sunday, en Pigs Russell & Co. Roughs 5.40 horses from $400 to $500. Ask not why or how,. route to the Louisville market. loved and petted you, she $ SHEEP AND LAMBS $ Last season was very dry here. AsLove has pet her nov. Miss Lorena Pyle, left here last Fril and S day morning for a visit of 5.00 6.00 Wheat was fine, some of my Best lambs Take her withered hand in yourSf relatives at Birmingham, Ala. Culls 3.005.00 neighbors threshed forty-tw-o Children of her heart, Fatsheep 3K Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Myres and little Mother's growing old; your love bushels to the acre. The corn' GRAIN son, Robert Page, Monticello, came Makes life s sweetest part. r over and were present at the 90 ana oat crop were very ngnt. Touch with love her faded cheek. Wheat. Absher. wedding. Corn . . . 50 Feed is high here, corn is 65 cts. Kiss her anxious brow; Q. P. SMYTHE she Mr. Tilden Wilcoxin and his father, Local MarRet. per busKel,hay $15 to $20 per ton, AsLove has loved and petted you, Several from this place, were and pet her now. were here to witness the marriage of for in Columbia last Monday. potatoes $1 $1.25 per bushel, their niece and granddaughter, Miss Take her withered hands in yours, Mr. Richard Humphress spent FIRE INSURANCE Myres, to Mr. Barger Hold them close and strong; Eggs.- 14 apples 50 cts. 75 cts. per bushel. last Saturday night at N. A. Hens 10 Mr. W. R. Lyon, who has been conWell 1 hope many of my old Cheer her with a fond caress, and Humphress, 'Twill not be for long; 6 Chickens fined to his home, at Campbellsvilfe, friends will lead this, especially Youth immortal soon will crown REAL ESTATE Cocks 3 for five weeks, is again on the road, Miss Eva Morris, is spending a With its wreath her brow, TurkeyB 10 Dr. U. L. Taylor and Col. Newt Thursday. lie was here last few days with her grandmother, As she has loved and petted you, Geese 6 , Coffey. I wished for Col. Coffey Love and pet her now. Prof. Romie Judd, teacher in BaptistS Ducks Mrs. Rebecca Spears. 9 Academy, Campbellsville, spent Sunday when I was shoveling snow for Take her withered hand in yours, Wool fall clipping 14 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morgan' New Richmond Ind. at home. Mr. Will Young, who is Wool spring clipping. 27 my wife to get to the barn to Tbis your heart will prove: a pupil in same school was here. daughter of Taylor! and little Hides (green) 8 If you owe her any thing, county, visited at Mr. George) milk. and family, left Mr. P. V. Grissom . Feathers 44 Pay the debt with love. Bryant's several days last week. (Editor News; here Monday morning for Little Rock, Ginseng 5 00 I was sorry to learn of Susan Press her in your strong young arms; Ark., where they expect to reside. Beeswax 50 Please find space in your Breathe a loving vow, Mrs. Mary Brockman, spent They have the best wishes of this com- Yellow Root 3 25 Rippeto's, death, she was my As she has loved and petted you, davs of lat wppW at- Mr Per for a few lines from a Ken- 9 cousin. munity. May Apple(per lb) .wV w MW You will love and pet her now. tuckian, who is now located at who has been quite Mr. L. L. Rounds, Ben Robertson's. Mrs. J. H. B. Mrs. Dicy Blair, is very sick, New Richmond.Ind. sick at his home, Russell Springs, is reEsto, Ky. Miss Annie Robertson, is visitshe lives with her son W. E. ported better. His daughter. Mrs. Dan Fry. I like this country fine except Clark, this city, has been at his beding her sister, Mrs. Van s Simpson, she came from Grady-villMr. S. L. Bennett, who lived in the winter months, it has been cold side for several days. of Knifiey. The health of this community Mrs. Eliza Breeding has Fairplay country, died Tuesday mornson of Mr. and Mrs. Bertram, a little here this winter, colder than e ing of last week. He was Mr. E. S. Rice, was on Wilbeen quite feeble this winter. Silas Denny, was quite sick several is very good. years old and had been sick for many but I suppose it has been cold days of last week. Mr Denny was in You will find inclosed one dol- weeks. He leaves a wife and eight son, creek one day last week on most every where, is Uncie Will McMahan, of this Frankfort when the lad was taken ill, it snowing place, who has been confined .to lar to pay for the News another children, three by his first wife and five business. was notified and returned home. here today but is not very cold. by the second. The community is in Mr. W. P. Dillingham and Miss Willie May Miller, of Louis- his room with rheumatism, is no year. It is a welcome visitor to great sympathy with the surviving m It seems to be a very healthy ville, who visited the home of Mr. and Alvin Martin, were in Columbia my home. I will be eighty years companion and children. better. country. We have Had good Mrs. W. R. Myres, and who wa preslast Friday on business." o'f May. ent at the marriage of Miss Myres to Mr. Amos Hancock,-o- f Greens-bur- old the 26th, health all winter except colds. It is now the 12th of March and no Mr. Barger, returned home last MonB.F. Carter. " signs of winter breaking. It snowed Mr. Joe Hendrickson, Casey's was the gue3t of G. W. day. This is a very level country, all day Monday, and had the ground creek, spent Monday night with Saturday D. H. Howerton, who visited Whitlock and family Rev. and not much timber. There been dry it would have reached four relatives in Western Kentueky, return- night aad Sunday. inches deep. There is as much demand Mr. W. P. Dillingham. are a few people who have thd ed last Thursday night. Mrs: HoweAccident wefe in the for wood now as there """ Mr. Garnett Morrison, our Fire and Messrs. John Blair, Frank pleasure of burning wood, but nob rton and little son, Russell, who are also dead of winter. on a visit, will not return for a week hustling blacksmith is having a Lawrence and Willie Bryant and very many. Insurance. or two fine trade. The Missionary services at the sister, Sude. visited their uncle, Sometimes my mind wanders Messrs. Lilburn and John William Mr. Garnett "Morrison and I am the Local Agent for two Christian church last Sunday were at- Mr. Absher, at Cray era ft last back to my old Voils and Mr. Owen Webb, all of home and I want tended by a large, audience, and was Russell Springs, were here last week, wife spent Sunday with 'Mr. J3d first-claFire and Accident In- instructive and enjoyed. The offering Friday night, also their grand- to be with old friends very much. en route for Jacksonville, HI. They family, nearExie. surance Companies, and have for,?. M.. was. the largest ever made mother near Shiloh. My home was in- Cumberland Co., accompained to this place by Mr. Squires and were i' assigned this teriitory. If by the church. Mr. Claud Squires and family been J. W. Voils. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather-for- near Burkesville, I would like to you need Insurance, either AcciMr. "Wm. Hobson and Mr. W. L. returned from a visit to Picketts of Knifley, were visiting in hear from Bakerton and Beck's. A letter from NeH tcame in to late dent or Fire, write me, Malone, of pampbellsville, were here for this week. Corresnondent3 must this neighborhood Friday night Store writes again neighborhood, a few days ' soon. CHARLIE MULLINIX, - mail letters in time to reach us not la- a few days ago. From here i&ey went Chapel and Saturday. to Liberty, Mr. Hobson a defendant in ago. N. J. Hare. Rife, Ky. ter than Saturday. , . , Prof. C. R ,Payne and wife, of Burkesville, spent several days of last week with Mrs. Payne's parents, Judge Mr. Frank Sinclair, was in the Cin- and Mrs. J. J. Simpson. They were on cinnati market last week. their return from Nashville whither Mr. J. B. Drye, Bradfordsville, was they had gone with their daughter, Miss Dora, for treatment. here the first of the week. i er Bryant. St. Charles, Iowa. Bro. E. F. Goodson, our Secretary, will be with us. Republicans of Russell county are urged to be in Jamestown on W.F.HOGARD. ., $MtMx$ ! Den-ne- some Myers tor the Week -7-8 y, I j g, Myres-Barg- er -- -- -- 35.00-45.- 00 15.00-35.- 00 ? ! ' . severa-weekst- o j 3.00-4.- 00 j 3N8tNee Myres-Barge- $& To-da- y. ! .- i I . J pa-several j - - A.IA.. j e. Hum-phres- fifty-thre- u-- al g, ss - d, , ' THE ADA3K COUNTY NEWS e. EATS WHAT AFTER Some Funny Mistakes. mean all except the United States And, that being the case, Amer HE Sign in bakery window icans may as well become reTAKING signed to the gracious but un- Homemade pize. to It "will be welcome news that,dyspep- Hundreds of others would gladly tes- grateful role of the benefactor. -- Card in restaurant small in the tify. tics to learn of a remedy steak, 20 cents. Extra small Louisville Times. opinion of thousands, is an absolute It is a guaranteed cure for indigescure for indigestion and all forms of tion, constipation, biliousness , headsteak, 25 cents. stomach trouble, and, better still, it aches, gas on the stomach and similar is guaranteed to do so. The remedy complaints. A bottle can be had at Advertisement in Poultry Jour The Roundup. i Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. any drug store for fifty cents or a nal Plymouth Rock hens, ready Wcall know the value of pure pep- dollar, but if you wish to make a test LIKES FREE SAMPLE is enjoying a good trade. E. S. Rice, of near this place, and Misses Emma and Clara PNEUMONIA left me with r frightful cough arid very weak. T l.ad spells when lie ild hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Sly doctor could not help me, but I waj completely cured Ly Robertson attended the party at George Bault's last Saturday, night. A Wasted Life. New sin in indigestion, and add to this omc exceptional laxative ingredients awl you have a truly wonderful remedy. Mr. T. W. Worthy of Ga., got to the point where he could not even eat or digest vegetables and after many years of seeking he found the cure in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Mr. Rudy Kas-nof Moline, 111., was in the same bad predicament with his stomach, took Syrup Pepsin and is now cured. For-?vth- e, cr of it first, send your address to 1 .". Caldwell and he will supply a sample bottle, sent direct to your Ypu will soon admit that have found something to replace salt . cathartics, breath perfumes and oth temporary reliefs. Syrup Pepsin will cure you permanently. For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. f- :."-dres- The ocean liner, the Olympic, steam boilers. has twenty-nin- e Nova Scotia coal mines employ thirteen thousand persons. The Japanese make vegetable isinglass from six varieties of seaweed. A fifty mile telephone cable will soon connect England and Belgium. U. .C. EARDWICC, Pres. J. H. COCKF, V. Pres. R. H. D1ETZMAN. Sec W. T. Pvne Mill & SoddIv Co. -- ESTABLISHED 1861 INCORPORATED 1889- - eR DEALERS IN service between England and Switzerland has been established over two routes. A method of planting eyelashes and eyebrows has been developed by a French surgeon. Telephone By the'newest methods of making diamonds, reported from Berlin, the carbon crystals are formed by decomposing ordinary coal ENGINES. ECILEFS, SAW MLIS. GRIST MILLS, N, 1301 TfflRTeeNTff-Mftl- FED SMOKE STACK s. Sheet Iron and Tank Work JgBL MILLS LOUISVILLE W JOBB1NQ WORK SOLICITED gas with metallic amalgams of mercury. With modern machinery and the Temployment of 40,000,000 stonecutters, masons, haulers, quarrymen and laborers, the Cheops Pyramid could be duplicated in about two years. There are scientists who declare that the-- Gulf Stream does not, as has been supposed, carry warmth to the British Islands, but that the temperate weather of the islands is due to the warm surface water on a long shelving-shore. All Kinds of Machinery Repaired P verything In The Drug Line u At Lowest Cut A Rate Prices Per Box - Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner " " " :" . Laxative Bromo Quinine " " Singley LaxativelTablets . Hiils Cascafca Quinine ,. Weeks Break a Cold Tablets " "'" Nyals A. D. S. " " V . Rexal " " " ' " - Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion "Nyals Cod Liver Oil Wine- - " "" '" "Bottle "" " ' 19c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- Business men have been surprised to learn that the United. States Treasury Department only 3c 00 ' ' - " Rexal '"D. A. Vinol " " " N" "" " ' ''' . " ."v . 50-1- . " "'' .. ' .:" 100 89c . Emulsion S. ". Write us for Quotations "" al v '" ..... . i " " " " " 50c 83c 83c 100 CITY HALL PHARMACY, ftST BV The Adair County News and Daily Courier-JournBoth one year $4.00 The American Canal. introduced double entry bookkeeping in the conduct of its affairs within the last four years. A small item was' overlooked in the bookkeeping department of the United States Navy. It was the charge for guns installed on the battleships Florida and Utah. The item was for the trifling sum of $1,800,000, Bridegrooms in Australia last year ranged from 16 to 99 years of age, and the records show the youngest bride was 15 and the oldest 82. One man of 77 married a girl of 18. It is not surprising to learn that more marriages were reported from the country than ever before. The other day we overheard a Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. to lay, $12 each. l 50c AND S1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS man soliloquizing and he was 1feaaHffiS322rsSHE3ES53SiE,J From a prepared roofing ad saying something like this: "Not Its bright red color is permanent long since I visited a cemetery and will remain permanent. and saw a tall and costly monD. A report of a wedding The ument glittering in the sunlight, C. VETERINARY SURGEON ceremony was performed by two I knew the man who sleeps beJewish rabbits. neath. I wonder if in the w,orld A Milwaukee paper informs us beyond the stars he found happithat "John Huckbody of Wau-sa- u ness. He certainly did not do so I lost thirty chickens by freez- this side the meridian. He gave ing to death." his strength in the chase fori r i On a coupon the holder of gold. His schemes by day and this coupon when properly punch- his dreams by night were of how Special Altnctin io Eycr ed, is entitled to one of our beau- he could increase his harvest. Fistulo, l, Spavin or any work done at fair prices. 1 am tiful photographs. He never saw the sorrowful "face well fixed to take care of stock. icrn An English report on educa- of the widow in want nor heard ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. tion says The female teachers the plaintive voice of childish LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 0NBURK5YILLE STREET. were instructed in plain cooking; hunger. The birds sang gaily in they had, in fact, to go through the tree tops, innocent flowers the process of cooking them- wafted their perfumes to him selves. Chicago Public Ledger. and the sunlight danced across H. his path, but he noticed nothing, The only music that he heard Attoney-At-LaWatson. was the jingle of the gold as it Cj Will practice in dropped into his coffers. In the this and adjoining counties. of J. B. flush of his conquest and power Born, to the wife --. KentucKy, Jamstown, Watson, a son Walter Christo- he was stricken down, and now pher. sleeps on the hill with the poorMrs. G. R. Feese, who has est. He left behind no legacy of been on the sick list has about kindly deeds, no cherished words of hope, no aching heart for a recovered. Misses Fannie and Ura Bault friend who has gone. His gold were visiting the family of Mrs. has built for him a monument of pulseless granite that i cold and Hancock, last Tuesday. Mrs. C. E. Walker was visit- defies the moans of the wind as Watson, last his heart defied the sobs of huing .Mrs. J. B. manity. ' In the Democracy of Thurs3ay. the grave there is no caste, and Mr. and Mrs. Montie Hovious I say that this man wasted his passed through this place last as much as the Saturday, to visit the latter's life pauper who sleeps in the potter's i parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. field a stone's throw away." Bault, of Holmes. Blue Grass Clipper. Mrs. W. S. Bault is on the feowi f loitrvfi w uaua - Crenshaw j I j Poll-evi- c"r-gic- al i Joseph Stone, J w Why Not Read The ! rum-soak- ed j ! Courier You judge a man not by what he , sick list. promises to do, but by what he has j Anise, the little daughter of done. That is the only true test. Mr. Overstreet, is very sick at, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged-- , by this standard has no superior. Peo--1 this time. pie everywhere speak of it in the high- Several of the farmers in this est terras of praise. For sale by Pauli i J Y Journal? HENRY WATTERSON Editor. community burned plant beds last Drug week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson Co. With the Horses, were visiting the' latter's sister, Mrs. Currie, last Saturday night. i We Can Furnish You horses in the fall, preferring not Russell farm, for $12,000. to keep them through the winter Mr. Beard sold his :arm at months. Holmes, to his father and brother, for $8,000. Tuioo iwi-Vin Horses always bring a higher i The J. H. Beard, the Holmes mer- price in the spring than in the chant, has purchased the J. B. fall, as many men sell their Adair County News and the j Weekly Courier-Journal since strange to them. Whatever may be the policy determined Mi. Knox at Panama will have on it will be necessarily happen an opportunity to ponder on how that foreign lines, assisted by the canal, built with American subsidies, will be able to undermoney by American engineers, bid the Americans in the freight can become an American canal market; that has been the avowfor American ships. As matters ed policy of the German Governnothing is more, ment, and, where mail contracts stand certain than that the canal will or auxiliaries to the navy are carry the commerce of the concerned, that, too, is the Eng- in great volume, of . the rect practice of. free-tradworld, that is, outside of Amer- - i land. Subsidies are not favor ica; or perhaps we should say ably regarded on this side, nor that it will carry American com- do the advocates of preferential merce, when at all, in foreign tolls seem to realize that these This is a novel way of shuffling would, in effect, be a form of off this mortal coil ana about the bottoms. It is a singular fact that our subsidization. most inexpensive way we have merchantile marine, all but a It certainly will seem strange- heard suggested. Even pure vanishing asset', has the slightest ly anomaious that this great Am- water is a dangerous thing Be , possible affinity for the South erican enterprise should benefit careful that you don't get the American trade, and it is yery other nations far more than the water habit and drink yourself doubtful whether a free passage United States, but a" fair inter- to death in these days of temfor American ships or preferen- pretation of the l6cal 'option and protial tolls for those of American treaty guaranteeing equal terms perance, hibition. In. fine be temperate xegister would stimulate the .ahip yards into an activity long to all can hardly be strained to in all thing? Somerset Times. . to-a- ay j indi-wor- ld I e i Dillineham was strange gifts Mrs. Among the visiting Mrs. Ethel Russell, last several saTaft.'has received are week. cred tea plants from the garden Mrs. Lettie Beard was visitpriests in Ceylon. of the Buddhist ing her mother last Tuesday. The plants were sent to the SecSeveral irom this place attend- retary of Agriculture, who will T Hnmnhrpss' AT auction at h,ave them cared for in the tea Knifley, last Saturday. farms of the Carolinas, which G. A. Bault, of Holmes, spent are under supervision of the deSunday with his brother, W. S. partment. Bault. AHuntsville, Ala., man suiH. C. Humphress bought of cided by the water route. He did Matthew Overstreet one calf for not drown himself, oh no. He de- $10. viliberately stood at a faucet in the J. D. Eubank was in this jail in which he was confined, cinity last week delivering goods and drank dipper after dipper of to parties. water until he fe.ll in a stupor, Mrs. H, C. Pike was visiting afterwards. dying a short while her uncle, W. S. Bault, last Friday. Mr. S. H. Jones and Littleton Salt is an essential item for j the horse all the year round. Always keep dirt, snow and ice j out of your horses' hoofs. Keep the frogs clean if you want the animal to rest properly at night, To allow a horse to become thin in fiesh is throwing money i ' Both One Year i ! " 'For $1.50 i away. We can also give liberal If horses are not working cut combination rate with Daily down their rations, they are like r gunday Courier journaj . a human being ana tney ao not require such heavy feeding when , Write Courier-Journ- al Com-n- ot Louisville, Ky., for Look after the horses' teeth, free sample copy of edition they require attention when they yQU desire but be smQ Q get along in years, rne raggea send your subscription order teeth should be filed off. You must use some patience to this paper NOT to the with your colts or you will not be j Courjer Journal, working. Ipany, j successful with them. Kaise pure-Dre- ' Beard passed through this neigh borhood last Sunday. Mrs. Fount Bean is very sick -- Hay-Pauncefo- te with pulmonary trouble. Matthew Overstreet delivered his las.t years .crop of tobacco to Spurlington, last week. Our merchant, C. E. Walker,' . 1 stock, tnej Children are much more likely to scrub kind don't pay, and are contract the contageous diseases when hey have colds. Whooping cough, not worth their feed. diptheria, scarlet fever and consumpA. grain ration of corn and oats tion are diseases that are often conmixed and fed with clover hay is tracted when the child has a cold. more valuable than a single grain That is why all medical authorities say beware of colds. For the .quick cure ration of corn for producing of colds you will find nothing better large gains in horses. Clover than Chamberlain's Cough Reaaedy. It can always be depended upon asd k hay fed this way is worth twice pteasant and safe to ke. For sale by Paull Drug Co. as much as timothy hay. a THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS Hogwallow' News 7 5!!nitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiuaiiuiiiui;iuituiiii!!!3i Gave Up Hope Ci Prof. Sap Spradlen says the reason lead is so heavy is that there is so much of it in a small piece. THE "I suffered Ave years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting In my tide ; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, , I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." The post office will remain open at nights now until Poke Eazly gets through with the tale he started on day before yesterday. Woodson Lewis gieat Green River Merchan- H dise Distributor, has just Received a H The LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 LARDU I Womln'sTonic &' For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving 'woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and welL During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Mediane Co., Chattanooca, Tcnn.. book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J A3 for Special Instructions, and ge Atlas Peck has sent word that if there is any way at all in which he can assist nature in H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- jj bringing about the arrival of rrS 2 ing, Shoes spring he will gladly do so. The train into Tickville Tuesday morning was one day late. H Which he is offering at Popular prices. THE delay was caused by the The stopping of the engineer's watch EE 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. IS a few miles beyond the Calf BRIGHTER, BETTER.J BIGGER THAN EVER THEJREGUURJPBICE &c 0FJ 1 LOUISVILLE TIMES 3 3 3 $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR Ribs community. Another Magic Lantern show : Sugarjl5 played an engagement at the J To 1 i Mothers-An- d Others. Res. 'Phone 29. Dr. Office 'Phone 40- -i Wild Onion school house Saturday night. Among the views was a picture of Niagra Falls lbs for one dollar Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for Best Pattent Flour per bbl Second Pat. $6.25 4.75 4.25 j If YOU WILL SEND 0RDB : TO US, YOU CAN GET You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve co cure children of eczema, rashes, tet- Iter, chafingscaly and crusted humors, as well as their accidental injuries, fcuts, burns, bruises, etc , with perfect i i Cf..4. tfeaieiy. xt.il: imulhihk eise neais so quictuy. ror dous, mcers. oia, running or iever '.sores or piles it has no equal. 2. cts. at 1 James Triplet! Dentist. JEFFRIES BLOCK rii Paull Drug Co. COLUMBIA KENTUCK) standing still. The mail carrier is fooling his horse again. He has placed high wheels on the Fron of his buggy and some low ones on the back axles. This makes the buggy travel down hill all the time and encoueages the horse. Luke Mathewsla has been summoned to Bounding Billows to serve on a jury in the trial of a fellow that broke into the post office. The officer serving the papers is getting up a Democratic jury, and the defendant will without a doubt be found not guilty, on account of the e now being in the hands of Republicans. Raz Barlow, our n fiddler, has concluded to settle down and wj make an endeavor to save up some money between now and Christmas. He will begin to economize by using only two strings to his fiddle when he plays without pay. The Presiding Elder .has sent word that he will soon visit the Dog Hill church. Before he comes the church people will get together and strengthen the floor by cutting an additional post-officwell-know- Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to give Satisfaction, 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. 1 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE L0UISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR WEEKLY COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRY WATTERSON, Editor Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY OOURIBR-JOUBN- AL Have a Full Stock of i FOR ONLY " $4.50. Bone Fertilizers they are reliable And you get you moneys worth. Write me what you want. Also, r THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper prh ted anywhere. Has the best corps of corres Salt, Lime and Cement. I will buy all your crop of wheat and paycash for it, am now paying 5c per bushel more than anyone esle. ARE YOU WITH ME? pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news fielo-completel- - r Satisfaction Guaranteed. AND THE ADAIR COUNTY NEW BOTH ONE YEAR Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul y v W00DS0N LEWIS ;greensburg, ky. jfflimniminnnninnfflimfjnnimnmnminjminffimmR Wheat Suffers From Cold. fair to everybody. For $1.50 r-tj-- SEND YOUR SUBSCRIP- TION RIGHT AWAY verification in the laboratory of science. A German who specializes in the department of physiological VI a js if you will give or Fend your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. foundation under it, the Presi ding Elder being considered a big man in the church. raising them to rent out during the summer months for lighting moonlight picnics, etc., has Yr Sunday Courier-Journ- al, almost completed the work of stopping up all the cracks around give you a combination cut We can his farm, and will soon be ready Daily or Sunday if you will write rate on for the approach of the lightening bug season. this paper. The Hogwallow Improvement XS 5X?X?S) Society walked down the road in a body the other morning to meet the Tin Peddler that has put Hogwallow on his circuit. A goodly number of our people who had never seen him went down 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD I the road to inspect him from fc inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long ambush. The Peddler did not We will save you money on a 26 We carry in stock all heights lose much time in Hogwallow &s our stock of 2G inch fence lasts. and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. but missed several articles of tin58INCH ware. Hogwallow Kentuckian. somen Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr $6.00 Columbus Allsopp, who decid- wants to do it with. And this same woman, so exact in her doed some time ago to commercialize the lightning bug business by ing, gets more time to rest and $2.00 read and instruct her children in the paths of right and the social duty they owe to all. Ladies, we hope you are of this class, receiving the blessings of your husband, and the praise of all who know you. i )es- ELLWQ0D WIRE FENCE '4SIHCH .34INCH 2SINCH 7XTKl1WjffuWm mwfk k H MM rwnTTnTTtTww KM Hm HVf HV TTWWYlf Ha .AfiAflftftARftflflnftnAnnAftnA You look at the housewife who. has a place for her things, and isiNCH W K M H K M KKflwK( ELLWOOD HELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) MADE IN SUOIEIGttTS -- u,tt' these things in their places, and you find a woman that is systematic in her work! and when she needs anything she can put her hands on it in a moment. She plans and calculates whenever there is to be extra work, extra cooking, extre washing, etc. and she knows before hand just what there is to do, and what she Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. "The old womara." A nice phrase to be using about the dear soul who kept her vigil over you in your infancy, kissed away your tears in childhood and remaining your trusted friend in maturity. Is this all the love tral Record. you have for the silver haired What Makes a Han. mother who bathed your scorching brow all through the long Our idea of the component elesleepless nights of affliction, ments of the human body has when your brain was wild with heretofore been based largely upfever? Is there no other term on the nursery rhyme to the efyou can find for her whose love fect that little girls were made has followed you through every of sugar and spice and everytrial, tribulation and misfortune thing nice, while little boys are of1 your life? Has mother, 'naught but a clumsy combina through all these years of labor, tion of quails and puppydog tails. watching and waiting, been Hence it is a matter of surwasting her love on a worthless prise in this iconoclastic age, bunch of clay, who, in the rosy when old ideas, old idols, and old dawn of manhood has no other ideals are being smashed day by term more fitting than "the old day hence, we, it is a matter of woman" by which to address or surprise to find that this opinion speak of his mother? of long standing finds partial The unusual severity of the weather during the past six weeks has done much damage to n the wheat crop, while the wheafthat was sown in the early fall has passed through the frigid period with little injury, the late sown that represents the the major part of the 1912 wheat crop in this county, has suffered so materially that some believe that the yield will not reach more than 50 per cent In some instances, Garrard county farmers will plough up the later sowing and plant other crops. Cenlate-sow- chemistry has analyzed the material structure of man and a bright reporter has translated findings into language not beyond the comprehension of men- And what do they find? Why that there is on the average $7.50 worth of crude material in.men and woman. These materials are fats, phosphorus, lime, iron, sulphur, sugar, albumen and traces of a few other substances. There is $2.50 worth of fat in the normal human body; enough iron tb make, say, a single nail; sufficient lime to white-was- h chicken house; a good-size- d enough phosphorus to put heads on 2,200 matches; a teaspoon ful of sugar; enough albumen to make one hundred eggs, and enough magnesium to make a dainty firework. And then a pinch of salt to season the creation. The German scientist is to be thanked for his research. He has left one of our finest rhymes with a leg of fact to stand upon. Henceforth, the 'fond mother may croon her lullaby, confident that she is not guilty of egregious nature faking while she is giving pleasure to her little one and to herself Atlanto ' -- 4i 't - ,y- - .a '&. Jt -- '?, fC r S " 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The entertainment Shiloh, last Saturday afternoon as very good, especially we speak a word of praise for the little people of our neighborhood, who were trained a very short time by Miss Annie" E. Montgomery. Gane Valley. the asylum and when in his right mind .was a consistent The sale of Mr. P. H. BridgJ. A. Diddle; was on the sick christian. He was forty years water, deceased was ' largely atof the old. Funeral services were con- t list a day or so the first ducted by Rey. John Rice, at the tended. In the yard was a cedar week. residence, after which the body block sawed from a tree which Messrs. Geo. A. Keltner and Mrs. Bridgwater's mother plantAllen Rose were here on business was laid to rest in the family HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF The readersi of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling Floor Coverings of All Kinds Have been greatly enhanced. to Wednesday. H. Nell returned from Louisville, the first of the week. G. Neat and GeorStaples, werejjiere one day last week. S. C. Mr. Eugene Nell, and Dr. S. Simmons are spending a few days in Frankfort, this week. Taylor Robinson, of Red Lick, was here last Thursday. Mr. Blakey Dulin continues in a very critical condition. Smythe, was at Vester last Friday on business. Rev. Hogard stopped over Miss Lizzie Dooley. spent last r i tm" !lt. nr.. nignc witn lux. aim mis. rj. v. iVlonaay nignu Wltn xVirs- ivaie Moss, on his return from Quar- Sutton. terly meeting. B. ? i-- Mr. J. D. Walker, was confined to his room last week with a severe cold. Owing to bad weather, Rev. Crawford failed to fill his ap- ton. pointment, at Union, last SunMr. V. day. bury ng ground. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family-- . Mr. Leslie Shepherd left last Mondav fQr Terre Haute Ind. Miss Liza Dooley was visiting her grandma last Friday. Mr. Clem Burton purchased one sow and six pigs from Mrs. Sarah Burton. Price $20. Hezekiah Harmon, who d'ed in the penitentiary at Frankfort, last Tuesday, was brought here and buried at Bear Wallow on Thursday. Mrs. Sarah Burton and Miss Dellie Burton, ppent last Friday night with Mrs. Malindia Bur- - Miss Sallie Diddle, is visiting relatives in Columbia, this week. C The rain we have had for the past week, have put our roads n a fearful condition. Miss Mamie Walker and Mr. Leonard Walker, two popular young people, of Nell, made a trip to Glasgow, the first of the week and were united in the holy bonds of wedlock. Mr. and Mrs. Strong Hill in Company with Miss Maggie Bragg, left this place the first of the week for Louisville where they will lay in a stock of millinery, for this market, also for Jamestown. Miss Bragg will have charge of the business. It t flL. rec HaCi fiords us great pleasure "mommending Miss Bragg in the to people of Jamestown. She is a i lady of fine taste and has for the Dast vear or two been con nected with Mrs. Hill of this place. The occupation is not new to her and we are satisfied that she will give her customers sat- ' isfaction both in style and taste. On last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Nell celebrated the sixteenth anniversary of their daughter, Miss Creel. Quite a number of society people from Red Lick, Nell, Bliss and Mill town in connection with 'the young people of our city werein attendence. Refreshments were served and the evening delightfully spent. Miss Nell received many nice present. Mr. R. L. Caldwell one of the prosperous farmers, of Milltown, delivered his crop of tobacco to Nell & Nell of Gur place a few days ago, which amounted to over 7,000 lb. Mr. Caldwell received a nice price for his crop considering the way tobacco is selling in this section. Dr. L. C. Nell bought a few acres of land last week, from G. H. Nell, for $100 per acre. This land is near Dr. Nell's residence and squares him up with valuable property. i I t A Wm mmmmm WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE MERRIAM WEBSTER The Only New unabridged dictionary in many years. Contains the pith and essence of an authoritative library. Covers every field of knowledge. An Encyclopedia in a single book. The Only Dictionary with the New Divided Page. 400,000 "Words. 2700 Pages. 6000 Illustrations. Cost nearly years ago. ed more The Sunday school is progress Everyone wanted a chip for a ing nicely. sovenier. Mr. Pete Duncan conveyed his Mr. W. R. Lyon was in our wife to Denmark, Russell county town one day last week. last Tuesday to see a sister, who Messrs. Dennis Eubank and is very sick. Joe Callison, Misses Susie Kate Mrs. T. J. Bryant who has Page and Fon Hancock, attendbeen troubled with a serious ed the show in Columbia last cough for several years, is not Friday night. near so well this week. son of Mr. and Mrs. The little Mrs. Fannie White is not so John Stansberry, has pneumonia well. fever. Miss Tommie Maupin was Mr. W. L. Wilson and wife, guest of Miss Etta and Lula were visiting in Columbia last Bryant last Sunday. Saturday night and Sunday. There seems to be consider-abl-e Rev. W. 3. Dudgeon preached confusion in the new school at Milltown, Saturday night and district at this place. Sunday. Crocus. Miss Allie Oderwalt of Spur lington, is visiting Mrs. R. B. Mr. J. D. Lawhorn bought a Wilson this week. fine saddle horse from W. J. Mrs. T. I. Smith is in Louis- Thomas. Price unknown. ville.this week buying her spring Mr. Leslie Sullivan has moved and Summer millinery goods. Wm Anderson place He Mrs. R. B. Wilson' spent the to the B. S. Miller's renter day with Mrs. Mary Harvey of has been for some time, and he regrets Columbia last week. very much to give him up. Miss Mary Feese entertained Otho Miller was visiting at following on last Friday than .80 the practical display More space is devoted of of immense stocks Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for the showing of ' ( Lace Curtains and Draperies Our old and new friends will be delighted to see our Merchandise. Quality and price always reliable big live store. at our Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, Incorporated 522 and 524 West Market St. Louisville, Kentucky. Sandusky & Co. Wholesale and Retail LUMBER AM Kinds of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors nnI Blinds Columbia, S Kentucky. the j F ivsi yn.wwi.wi pages, full par Kftr vA ticulars, etc . half a million dollars. 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KB p ( Gadberry. j " Several from this place were ered. in Columbia last Monday. Miss Kitty Lewis, of Inroad, Mr. Willie Bennett was at is visiting relatives at this place Glenville last Saturday. this week. Hurt and McClister are enjoyHadis Harvey, who has been ing a fine trade. confined to his room for two Master Leslie Morrison is on the weeks with fever, is some better stage of action again. at this writing . and we trust he J. L.' Darnell, of Fairplay, has will soon be out again. Miss Olga Lawless, was the caught and sold $16 worth of fur R. L. Roe, Chairman of this guest of Candus Lawless last this winter. Educational Division, was here Tuesday night. Born, to the wife of C. G.- Mor- last Thursday and let contracts Messrs. Herbert Long and rison, a daughter on the 2nd. building new school houses Logan Belk, left the 28th of Feb. for Mr. John Bennett, of Fairplay at Independence and Greenbriar. for lnd. was visiting his uncie last week. Mose Wooten being the lowest Mrs. Mary McFarland, who Mr. Wm. Brooks bought one bidder was awarded the con- has been sick for several days is plug hor.e from L. VV. Tabor tract to build the Independence no better house, Wid L. H. Jones, of color, for $15. Mr. Lee Floyd, bought two fine Z L. Bennett bought one pig was given the contract for the colts of 'Lee A. Lawless. Price from Robin Jones (of color) for Greenbriar house. unknown. L. H. Jones bought the Jeff Jones $2. Mr. John Murray, who resides farm, on .Crocus, last Monday, Orbrey, the little son of Mr. Sewellton, was very agree- bert Turner, were visiting at HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wash Bloyd's a few days ago. Wool on Commission. Writs tor price- - ffiS&gg&'S&SSi Mr. Dewitt Kimbler, of Denlist mentioning this ad. mark, will remove to this place JOHN WHITE & CO. in a few days. fcJtfr.nSJj. Hill, was here a few Every one reported a nice time. G. Coffey, amounting to several days ago, on business. hundred dollars. T. D. Flan-naga-n Mr. and Mrs. Roseo Dowell, of B. S. Miller, our merchant, is of Humble Ky., A. D. AL Lula. and Mr. J. G. Murray, of T. having a fine trade. Indianapolis, Ind,, visited their Mr. Buckner Davis, passed Owsnsby. sister, Caudus Lawless, last through Ono a few days ago Tuesday night week. moving to Parksridge. He was The men of this neighborhood Mrs. Gertie Holt, attended the a citizen ofWaynecounty. are busily engaged in running a birthday dinner at old uncle new telephone line from DenJohnathan Blakey's last Monday. HOSE AND REMEDY, mark to Jamestown. Mr. J. G. Murray, left for his Mr. Mart Clayton and family, home in Indianapolis Ind.,' last Uncertainty of the immediate have moved to Jamestown. And Wednesday. "iture is locked upon by many men Dennie Gaskins now resides f affairs, as a blockade to enterMr. and Mrs. Lee Lawless, prise and business prosperity, and where he movod from. comhis blockade is now quite apparent Mr. Lee Floyd, of Columbia, gave the young folks of this nroughout the channels of trade. was in our midst last Saturday munity, an apron party, Mr. The Presidential Election; the Odus Holt won the prize for do- Torts' of Congress with no fixed and Sunday. urpose; Organized Labor as a new ing the nicest sewing. . Mr. Mack demons and family, .. ctor in politics; together with Mr. Lee Floyd, informed us ..her matters of qreater or less left last Tuesday for Indiana, represent at this time a where they will make their fur-tur- e that he will leave for his ,home jiaotic conflict of separate inter- in Indiana next week. ct3, to harmonize which is now the home. AND HIDES ,S. i -- m-o- rt, - Mem before the country. !1 Ono. Mr. C. K. Dunbar, started to Cincinnati today with a nice lot ot hogs. ' Mr. Tilden Wheeler, of Sparks--vill- e. was in our midst last Sat urday and reports everything moving along nicely in his sec tion. O v "'" Vestcrf Mr. Sell Burton, fof this; place died in the. asylum lUst week;was brought back to this place last Friday. Mr. Burton had been to and Mrs. Aquilla Darnell, has for $366. been quite sick for several days. . Ozark. Alvin Bennett, of Indiana reached here last week to be at Mr. Rue Hurt of Quincy, 111., the bed side of his father S. L. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Bennett. Mrs. Geo. Hurt' at this place. Uncle Charlie Bennett is no Rue has traveled a great deal better. since he was here last, said he Died,-othe 5th Mr. Sellus L. had been twice around the Bennett; He'was 53 years'old Tw6rld, visited China, Japan arid when7 "the end came. He was otner ioreign counties, xie is lSqrn;and irearecU imtiis county, "making h1some at present t a sqn'oftte.lgte'O,' 1& a,n'd'Maf--f QufnSy'OT. tha JBennett. He was'ftwice Car- ' ITfe William Montgomery, - Jr. , ried He said he was: ready ;to go. Tdf Lincoln;-Co.- , lis visiting 'his He is survived hy his wife, ten parents, brothers and sisters .at children and two brothers'. this place. n -- . .t - Mr. J. A. Meece, of Ono, is at Louisville on business. Mr. Rural J. Hughes, started for Bishop Texas yerterday. we regreted to see him leave he is such a nice young man. Minerva E. Bennett, died Feb. 25th 1912. She leaves a husband near and one son and many friends, ably surprised on the 26th of Feb. to mourn their loss. She was when quite a number of his 64 years old. friends and relatives came in to Mr. Bryant Dunbar, verteran celebrate his 61 birthday. The old of the civil war died yeslerday ma'n was quite overjoyed when at his home on Wolf creek. He he met his son, Garfield, who releaves wife son and one daughter, sides in Indianapolis, and came to mourn their loss. Mr. Dunbar in for' the oecasion. There were has many friends and relatives present eleven children,- .ten in Russell county.- f grand children, five vt Mr. J. W. Wooldridge, near and a number'of others, there be ' They this plafceti, is feedinll'nice. loi ing thirty-si- x in all'. r, y.,w. vt ? brought their" baskets filled, and of hogs the table groaned under the , The property of 'the late widow ' ,. vC.v t - H -. J' weight oi gooaii tnings to eat. of James B.vFlannagn, was apHe received many valuable pres-ent- praised Feb.- - 29th, by-- H. H: and was delighted with all". Nelson, Sylvester Smith and D. - want Prosperity, Peace and ii Read with care the Enquirer, a journal that t; all the news each day from crr.mercial center throughA barometer of out the world. causes and effects that points out, " a Beacon Light, the danger and t! v safeguard therefron:. 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