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COLUMBIA, ADAIR COUNTY, NUMBER 20 ANSWERED THE ROLL CALL Mr. I. C. Harmon, Who was a Merchant at Edith, this County, Passes Over the River MEMBER Pleasant Trip.. , WITHOUT WARNING. Stanton Wooldridge, One of tte Best Cttizens of Russell County, Dies Suddenly. Bradfordsville, Ky OFTHEMASONICFRATERNITY Adair county lost a most excellent citizen last Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock when Isaac C. Harman finished his life work. He was known to every body in the Green river section of this county where he was born and reared. He was a popular gentleman, and his death brought sorrow to many homes. , For a number of years he sold goods at Edith, and he also had a farm cultivated. He was a very obliging neighbor, and his place in the community will be hard to fill He was a devoted husband and father, leaving his wife and children a record of spotless living. He was a Master Mason, having connected himself with the fraternity when quite a young man. The funeral was held Saturday at" 11 o'clock a. m., and the last rites were performed by the fraternity. He was about 63 years old. Editor News: Notwithstanding the bad weather and roads, I enjoyed my trip made for Mr. Lyon through God's country a few weeks ago. I was waterbound at Columbia, (the best inland town on earth) for two days. Still I did not care. I spent one night at the Model Hotel, kept by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Walker. The traveler that finds fault with them would be hard to please. The other nightwas delightfully spent with my old friend Ed Hughes and his nice children. I never was more royally enter tained. I didn't learn any thing from Ed however, except how to ask questions, and to do successful banking business. He surely has his whole life in his business. 1 also had a fine dinner at Dr. Grissom's with my old friend of North Carolina, Sam K. Breeding.' Then I had the pleasure of carrying him to Breeding, and of seeing uncle Richie a few days before his death. It was indeed wonderful to see him so cheerful and so well satisfied, feeling assured at the same time, that he must soon cross over on the other, side. What a great blessing and comfort to his family to know that according to nature he had to go, yet the change was for his good. Therefore they should not grieve. From Breeding to Edmonton and on around to Gradyville, the roads were almost impassible. From Edmonton to Gradyville I had uncle Weeden with me. and we spent Sunday with uncle Charley, and had a great day, attended two Sunday .schools, and cousin Ella fixed us good things to eat. What more could we ask? Nothing. From there to uncle Henry Moody's at the old Moody home, where he was born nearly eighty years ago, and spent his life time, for he never new any other home. I was also born there, but not so long ago. I nearly always have the pleasure when I am there, of sleeping in the room where I first saw the light over sixty years ago. Uncle Henry is quite feeble, but as cheerful and happy as can be, and his faithful wife never was one better or truer to her work On to Greensburg and Campbellsville, with orders for Wedikind, the Buchanan Lyon Co., and also a lot for our own factory. Altogether, I had a great Mch., ir, 1912 At a meeting of the Adair County Republican Committee held in the Master Commissioners Office, Monday March, 4th, 1912, pursuant to a call of W. A. Coffey, Chairman. Present, C. C, Hindman, Milltown, W. S Pickett, Keltner, L. C. Nell, Gradyville, A. Q. Darnell, Harmony, G. E. Powell, Glen-vill- e, Thos. Powell, White-Oak- , Frank Burton, Little Cake, Oscar Sinclair, Pellyton, (Proxy) G. W. Pike, Cane Valley, J. E. Burton, Egypt. On motion it was ordered that the Chairman publish a call for the Republicans of Adair County to meet in at the Court House in Columbia, Ky., on Saturday April the 6th, at one o'clock, p m., for the purpose of seMass-Conventi- A HIGHLY RESPECTED GENTLEMAN lecting Delegates to attend the Con- . Execution Sale. By Virture of execution No. 1899 which issued from the office of the Clerk of Adair Circuit Court on the 19th day of February 1912 for the sum of dollars $275.) two hundred seventy-fiv- e with interest thereon at the rate of 6 per cents from the 28 day of 1907 until paid, and the f uther Feb. sum of ($6.63) six dollars and sixty three cents cost in favor of Jennie Firkin against Ellen Simmons. I will en Monday ths 1st, day of April 1912 at the Court House Door in Columbia, Ky., the same being the first day of a regular term of the Adair County Court, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout offer for sale to the highest bidder upon a credit of three months the life estate of Ellen Simmons in the following tract of land to satisfy said execution, interest and cost, as the property of Ellen Simmons, which is bound on the North by the lands of Calvin Coomer, on the West by the lands of R. P. Breeding on the East by the lands of Joseph Shive and on the South by the lands of R. P. Breeding, containing about 90 acres. Bond with approved security and bearing 6 per cent interest from date until paid will be required of the purchaser. per-annu- m Above we present the picture of Col Jack Chinn, of Ilarrodsburg, whose announcement for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this district will be formally made at an early day. He will visit this county within a few weeks to mix and mingle with those who believe in Jeffersonian principles. Col. Chinn was actiye in getting Adair and Casey counties, into the Eighth Congressional District. To the Christian People of lumbia. Co- - An Expression of Sympathy. Dear Brethren: There have come to us repeated ports of a terrible famine in China cident to flood, drought and other rein- ca- lamities, because of which millions of lives are now being sacrificed by starvation. It is yet several months till trip. On my arrival homeu had a card harvest and they have nothing on which from Sam Breeding, saying he was to subsist till then. The Chinese relief Fund which has coming by to make us a visit of a day the endorsement of President Taft,who and night. He came, and is gone to North Carolina? We certainly enjoyed is also President of the Red Cros Sohaving him, and hope that he will see ciety, proposes to secure as large a sun his way clear to return to Kentucky to as possible for these sufferers and use it for their relief by paying the Chinese live according to his present plans. 1 have been on the road thirty odd rather than give it to them, so much This March 9th 1912. years, and never before have I seen a for labor in building dykes which will in A. D. Patte son, S. A. C. five months straight summer weather a measure prevent flood and thereby like we had last Summer, nor did I ev- build up the empire as well as provide er see five months straight winter until food for them till harvest. Three dolThe day that Mr. Breeding and "Mrs. this one, and I have watched these lars will keep a life from starvation Kate Smith were buried the weather things closely for thirty odd years. and fifteen dollars will save an entire was miserable, raining, snowing and Our wheat and prospects in Marion family. sleeting, making' it dangerous for county for a good crop in general, was With a view of relieving these sufferfriends of the departed to stand upon never as bad as now. ers, so far as we may have in our hearts the ground. One of the pall bearers I would not have written this, but I to do, we have planned for a Mass meetsaid to the writer: "The municipalj your paper is filled with ing at the Methodist Church next Sunsee board of this town ought to buy a tent matter from every cross roads on earth day March 24 at seven o'clock, p. m. large enough to protect a grave and to but Bradfordsville. Addresses will be made by the folaccommodate the family of the departlowing brethern on the topics as indiC. Yates. J. ed and close friends, who remain until cated. the mound is finished." He asked that The New China- -J. It. Crawford. 2 Cor. 4:10-5:1- 0; the suggestion be published; and we do 2 Caught in Russell County. The Obligation of Christians to Re- lCor. 15: Th-s4:13-18- ; so that it may be considered. A small Rev. 21:1-7- . Help H. spond to Humanity's Call house could be put up in which to keep Signed by the Pastors Association of ii Haker. tent, and the grave diggers could IJ. Lawless, who was serving a term tie The Immediate neea and How to Meet Columbia. raise it when weather conditions made in the Frankfort penitentiary, and it. Z. T. Williams. who escaped from his guard on the 22d it necessary. An offering for this purpose will be 400 pairs Ladies shoes and oxfords, of February, who was conveying him taken at the close of the service. ' Every body is discussing the miser- to Jamestown to testify in a case of By order of the Pastors' Association. mostly on narrow lasts and small sizes roads in Adair county. A gentle- the State against Grover McQueary, to be closed out less than Wholesale able ' who lives in an adjacent town was charged with felony, was caught last man price at Frank Sinclair. Millinery Opening. here a few days ago, and at the Hand-coc- k week by sheriff W. r Hughes and Hotel he stated that he had been Taylor Sullivan. The officers found him j AH Roads Lead To Corbin. over a large portion of the county; that at his father's home. He was returned i Mrs. G. W. Staples takps this meth he had been bountifully fed at every to the penitentiary and will probably ' od of informing the ladies of Columbia Second meeting 11th Congressional stop, but the roads, "My Lord, the do more time than was firt given him and out in the county, that she will District Educational Association two for hiving escaped from his guard. have her millinery opening Wednesday, full days Friday and Saturday April 5 worst I ever traveled. " March 27th. Miss West, of Alabama, and 6, 1912 at Odd Fellows Hall for day who is skilled in the profession, is busy sessions Mr. John D.Davis, of Bowling Green. at opera house for night sesNotice. District Deputy of the Modern Wood- trimming, and on the day of the open- sion. The meeting will be what you was here last week in the interest ing the swellest line of hats ever in Co- helptomakeit. Don't be indifferent and I'will sit each day from March the men, of the order. He met with the organi- lumbia, will be- on display. Visit the stay away. Come program prepared 15th, 1912, until May 1st, 1912, at zation on Monday evening and delivered store, see the hats, put on sale by an and being sent out. For further inforSparksville, Ky . to receive claims artistic milliner mation addres3 H. H. Fuson, Pineville, against ,the estate of Thomas England. u,s . Ky., President, or Miss Marie Brock, remarks enthused the local mem- ibers and they will go forward for more! A nice post card has been received London, Ky., Secretary. n n Roe, Assignee of Thomas Eng- extensive work from Miss Bettie Wade, who is attendland t Training School ing the Lindsey-Wilso- n There will be a union meeting at the at Columbia. She writes that they Methodist church next Sunday night AH parties owing accounts for 1011, have an excellent school, with over two A subject that all should be interested C mpbellsvi!le, The please call and settle and oblige.. hundred pupils in attendance; and that in will be discussed by Rev J. R. Crawreported, last week, the action of a Frank Sinclair, she is progressing nicely in her course ford. Judge H. C. Baker and Eld. Z T. who failed in his work He dynamiter, of study. We have learned from au- Williams. It is hophd that the church so the paper says, to blow attempted, up the Catholic church, that city.and Samuel Bryant, who was a native of thority that she has been offered a good will be welUfilled also the home of the Priest. Enough . Adair county, died in Taylor county, position in a school in the state of Cali vadynamite, which failed to explode, to where he had lived for the last twenty- - fornia when she completes her course at ' Stock Peas of the stroy several houses, was found on five yearson March the 8th. Hex was Columbia. Edmonton News. riety for sale. Cail on, phone or write ' 90 years, four months and twenty-on- e ,e porch of the home of'ttuPriest. J. A English, Columbia, Ky. , The sun came up brightly Monday days old. morning and continued to shine during I 1 have just received 'a nice stock of J. W, Huston was here from Burkes- courage to the farming j general merchandise for Spring trade. Tille last week. He reported that his j Will ' Stone a colored man of this the day. giving now 'looks like we might Caa please you-igoods and prices, grilter was down 750 feet on the first county, was tried in Federal court, class. It pretty weather. The-fa- r bargains for cash or produce, my terms - . Louisville, last week, for selling liquor. have some well, and that the prospects were flat Wing lor oil. He further said that' he ! Thejury failed toagree, hence Stone mers are behind with their work, and are cash, no credit or accounts run. we can have some warm spring J. F. Neat, weakl drill five we'lls in Cumberland will remain in custody until next term unless days the corn crop will be late. Purdy, Ky. ot court. 4Kty. t-- ) -1-- 7; One of our number has been deeply grieved by the loss of his faithful and devoted companion and we here and now desire to record our sympathy and fellowship in his suffering. Yea, we weep with him as he weeps. But we alsa r6joice with him as he rejoices because of her triumphant going away to to her Heavenly Father's home where she awaits his coming and that of her new born babe, her parents and other loved ones. In our sympathetic sorrow we praise God that Brother Weldon does not sorrow as those who have no hope, that he can say, "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taketh away; blessed be the name of the Lord." While he cannot call her back, he can abide the Father's time and go where she is resting in the bosom of the Savior. We commend you, Brother Weldon, the God of all grace who alone can give the solace and comfort that your soul requires in your hour of bereavement. May He, to whom you have so often directed others for comfort in tneir bereavement, be your strength We will and support in your lonely hours. May the Gracious Father strengthen the be- week. reaved parents and loved ones to whom this sad event has become such a blow. See for your consolation, John 14: 49-5- 8; s gressional District Convention of the 11th Congressional District, to be held in Corbin, Ky., April 9th, at 4 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of electing two delegates, two alternates to represent aid District at the National convention, to be held in the city of Chicago, 111., on June, 18th, 1912, and one Elec tor to be voted for at the November election, 1912,and also to elect delegates to attend the State convention to be i held in Louisville, Ky., on April, 10th, 1912, for the purpose of electing four delegates from the State at large, to attend the said National Convention to j be held in Chicago, June, 18th, 1912, ' for the purpose of nominating a candi- -' date for President of the United States A Grand Display. to be voted for at the November elec tion, 1912, and the said delegates are to represent Adair county on all questions The Buchanan Lyon Co., wholesale that may arise before said District and and retail dealers in Hardware, Impl- eState convention Un motnn it was.ments. and Buere-and Hamp??. of ordered that the Chairman call the Re- Campbellsville, Ky., have about com publicans of Adair county to meet in pleted all arrangements for the grandin their respective precinct in mass est demonstration that was ever at- convention at the regular voting places i tempted in Central Kentucky, for the in said precinct on Saturday May, 4th, first week in April. Thi3jfirm has been 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose planning and getting information from of electing a Chairman for said pre- several large dealers in the NOrth and cinct. The newly electedCommittee-ma- n West, who have been successful with will meet in Columbia, Ky., at these educational demonstrations, whichr the Cours House on Monday the 6tft, have proven to be a great source of i for the purpose of organizing and tak- formation to farmers wherever they ing the oath of office. have heen successfully carried out. M. J. Monday having tendered his There will be all kines of late as committeeman in Caey ed Farm Implements in motion, with Creek precinct, on motion said resigna- - j competent experts from the factory to tion was accepted, L R. Chelf was fully explain their merits, elected to fill said vacancy. Also during this demonstration week,. A new precinct having been created j this firm together with a number of in Adair county known as South Colum- - manufacturers will award a number of bia, and the committeeman in East prizes to farmers Thev are determin- Columbia being in South Columbia pre- - ed to make this week one long to be cinct on motion it is ordered that the remembered by the farmers in all of place of committeeman in East Colum- this Green River section, and assure bia be declared vacant On motion j juu it win pay juu tu illltJUU. w. is. .Fatteson is elected to serve as They have also been very fortunate committeeman in South Columbia pre- in securing some very rare bargains in cinct. On motion Clam Burton was Hardware. ImnJempnrs. nnrl lintrmr -- "nnrl -' elected as committeeman in East Co- i Harness, that 'will be on sale at ebJ unheard lumbia precinct to fill vacancy in said of prices during the demonstration precinct. week. W. A. Coffey, Chairman. Do not fail to read their announceG.F. Stults, Secretary. ment in this paper next week, which As instructed above I hereby call the will fully explain all. Republicans of Adair county to meet and comply with the orders of the com- -' E. !?. Murreil "Dead. mittee as above. W. A. Coffey, Chairman. I ; v The passing of Mr. Stanton Wool-dridremoves from Russell county one of her best and most popular citizens. The end suddenly came at his home, near Sewellton, last Thursday morning. He was n years old and was born and reared in Russell county where every body was his friend and he was a friend to every body. He was jovial, and in disposition, kind, and one of the most devoted men to his family the writer ever know a Christian gentleman, one who will be greatly missed from the affairs of his native, county. He was a man who had plenty anu iub luuiununate always iouna in. ' him a friend, one who at all times was willing to administer to their needs. ' In our judgment had weather conditions been favorable, hundreds of friends would have attended his funeral. Peace to his memory; sympathy for the sur viving members of the family. ge fifty-seve- improv-resignati- on I i ! I -- . I fr . - 20-4- News-Journa- l, whip-poor-wi- ll n Mr. Edward R. Murreil, who was a this son of Rev. Schuyler Murreil, a native of Adair county, died in Louisville last week. He was seventy years old and i for the last ten years was a book-keeDebate. er in the office of the Louisville Ever ing Post. His mother was a sister ot There will be a public debate at L. the late Jas. M. Montgomery, and an W. T. S., Auditorium, Saturday night, aunt of Mr. Scott Montgomery, this March 23 1912, at 7:30 p. m., between place. Edward R. Murreil never lived representatives of the Frogge Literary in Adair county, his father being a Society and the Columbian Debating circuit rider, he lived from place to place until his children were old enough Society. to choose their own locations For the Program. j last thirty years the deceased lived in March de Concert Wollenhaupt Hartford. Ky., and the city cf LouisMiss Cary Rosenfield. Question: Resolved; That it would ville. He was an accurate accountant, his services at all times in demand. He be better for the United States to it immigration entirely, rather than was twice married, and is survived by his last wife and one child. deal with it in the present way. Frogge Aff. C. B. Diddle, Clarence Strange. Attention. Columbian Neg. Dick Weldon, 'J. W. Nelson. Vocal Quartette Selected Mr. CatThe buiding Committee for the Bapron, Hill, Misses Milliken, Crockett." tist church will push their part of the A cordial welcome to all. work as rapidly as possible. Just as soon as fifty percent of the subscripThe pastor of the Baptist church de tions have been received active presires to conduct a class in Mission study parations will be instituted for build similar to the class conducted last win- - mS- - The call for the second payment ter. The cours- - vill continue ten of -- 5 Per cent nas been made and we weeks The books for the study will trust every subscnber.to the fund wirv cost 57cts. each If vou desire to taks be prompt in its payment. Many have paid the first so in that "p the st Plef e &? mo your name not be expected tocall, both when event will pay bj next Wednesday night. It is desir called Miss Alice Walker and Mrs. G. R. ed that it be a voluntary study, and it is on hoped that there will be as many as Reed will assist the committee" in colfour or more to enroll. Come join the lecting and we trust everv one on class and let us inform ourselves as to whom they call will promptly respond. ' the problems that confront our Mission We have no time to lose inythis mat-ter- if the building is completed before Boards. V cold weather next fall, and if every, D H. Howerton, Pastor. member will assist we will oon have our new Church under course of conNegro Minstrel. struction If any one desires to pay f full subscription it will be gladly acThe Athletic Association of Lindsey-Wilso- n cepted and the note-- canceled and re- pay 17 cfs. for Eggs Russell &Co. p pro-hip- Thursday evening March 21, 1912. o'clock at,theCourt House. Admission 25 cents. Training School will entertain turned. 8 Respectfully The Building Committee, By C. S. Harris, Treasurer. W7 THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS reported will swell those figures There is a womanless republic by several thousand acres seems Luke Mathewsla will begin to A debate was held at Bounding on a peninsula south of Mace- certain and is evidence that the move around and change seats Billows Saturday night, and was donia in Greece where 10,000 farmers of Kentucky are no longoften in order to prevent the enjoyed by many from this sec- men live, studying and praying er to be divided by issues which wrens from building in his coat tion. The subject was: Resolve, constantly, and where policemen have been injected into every guard the course to keep out wo- previous pooling pockets. Will Roosevelt Be Elected? The campaign. Jefferson Potlocks has been in- affirmative won unanimously. men pilgrims and other persons The ten-yeplan eliminate the vited to attend a birthday cele- However, this decision will not who would make undesirable expensive annual fight for life, bration over on $ie far side of interfere with the regular elec- guests. Prof. Casper Renex Gre- which the Burley organization gory, thelogian of the University has had to Musket Ridge next week. The tion as make and assures time the negative side will feature of the event will be a big take it to the Court of Appeals. of Leipzing student ef Biblical to the management to devote to manuscripts, who located in dinner and for this occasion JefThe Blind Man from the Calf Kansas City recently at the Fine the work of putting the organiferson has twisted his whiskers zation of growers on a firm basis Ribs neighborhood played one of Arts Institute, told of this most back out of the way. in the days and weeks which forOn his trip to Rye Straw this his longwinded dusty pieces on unique of all countries. merly had to be given to the laweek the Mail Carrier put blind- the fiddle ot the Dog Hill church The place is Mt. Athos, classic bor of keeping the growers toers on his bridal, to prevent his last Sunday. The Preacher was peninsula of Akte the eastern- gether long enough to get somemule from looking back, he hav- aiming to deliver a sermon, but most of three little peninsulas be- thing done for the benefit of all ing Miss Hostetter Hocks in the the Blind Man did not get low Macedonia," Prof. Gregory who grow burley tobacco. through in time. buggy with him. explained. It is called Mt. of Poke Eazley says he bets the the Twenty Monasteries, and Firsby Hancock is remodeling his nog pen so mat it win m every fellow that writes all these was used in ancient times as a Senator Glenn's bill giving a a signaling station to Asis Minor. pension of $10 per month to indiway conform to the pure food ent medicine testimonials law. Instead of building it flat smart man. It is a real republic. There are gent disabled As soon as Raz Barlow can 10,000 monks there, who govern soldiers, who honorably served on the ground he waited and be gun it about two feet up in the make the necessary financial ar- themselves without interference one year or until the close ofthe air, giving the bottom ample rangement he will go on a trip from Turkey or any other coun- war, in the confederate army, to Tickville to redeem a letter try. There are, however, no and who are not; able to earn a ventilation. Columbus Allsop and Fit Smith that is being held there by the Government buildings, no Presi- support by manual labor or by profession, trade or craft, has beengaged in what looked like a government pending the pay- dent or other officeholders, serious difficulty in front of the ment of one cent additional posThe only police force is compos- come a law. The applicant must blacksmith shop Monday morn- tage. Raz considers the govern- ed of men who patrol the coast have less than $300 net income to keep out women arid men who per year and less than $2,500 in ing, It was a quiet affair, only a ment as being mighty little. The excelsior Fiddling Band have no permit to enter this most property, and must have no other few intimate friends of the contracting parties being present. has been improved both in ap- - exclusive of countries. Only outside means of support. The The trouble came up over a re- pearance ana anility to make those have a letter of permission applicant must file with the county judge the affidavit of two mark by Fit to effect that Colum- music by the addition of Cricket from the Greek Patriarch in Hicks to the organization. bus was growing old. are allowed to enter physicians, or one physician and The Mail Carrier has warned Cricket will play the French the holy place. The holder of two lay witnesses, as to his inall his patrons along the route harp and pat his foot. the letter must present it in ability to earn a support. The that hereafter all postal cards A play was given at the Tick Karges, the village capital of the identity of the applicant must be sworn to by two reputable witmust be written in plain hand- ville opera house the other night. peninsula. writing. In the second and fifth acts three Some reports have it, Prof, nesses, application to be made to The Ladies of the Dog Hill people were killed by the. villian. Gregory said that this republic the county court at a regular church will give a supper one The coroner at Tickville attended was formed in the ninth century. term, anil to lay over for examinight next week to raise money the show, and lost $15 by all of It is said that the foot of a wom- nation and proof, until next terra. with which to buy a dipper for the dead ones coming to life an has not tuched the soil of the The county attorney must repreagain in the last act. place for centuries. All the sent the Commonwealth, Judge the cistern. Slim Pickens is fortifying himthe Greek. make a finding and forward same monks represent Catholic Church. They work the with a brief memoranda of the self against the early spring Repels Attack Of Death. testimony to the adjutant generrains by purchasing a storm"Five years ago two doctors told me soil some, but live chieny upon I had only two years to live." This contributions proof celluloid collar. from pilgrims. al of the State, who will look up n startling statement was made by all records of the applicant and The Hog Ford preacher next Green, Malachite, Col. "They Probably the greatest collection Sunday in his sermon will preach told me I would die with consumption, of Biblical manuscripts is in the file all the papers with the pen' to try the best lung monasteries of this republic. sion board, which is constituted on the Rise and Fall of Gander ' u waf UP t0, medicine and I began to use Dr. King's ' creek. New Discovery. It was'well I did, for ' It is the most interesting place of the governor, auditor and sec- i Poke Eazley and Fletcher Hen-- ! today I am working and believe I owe in the world for the student of retary of state. The applicant iuub n ArrVif- Ttlrkf?rf or " "1C lu "'" rr"i must have resided in Kentucky a. iigui, xucouajacup tut iiii-cure that has cheated the grave of an- - LUC Bible, the doctor said. morning. Poke rushed atvay other victim. Its folly to suffer with have been there three times since Jan. 1, 1907. The pension thr oat and and I will never tire of goafter a tence rail, but he was so troubles colds or Take the cure that s now. long in finding one. that he Was safest. Price 50 cents and $1 .00. Trial ing. There are in the monas- - is payaoie to widows who marteries thousands of Greek manu ried Confederate soldiers prein a good humor by the time he bottle free at Paull Drug Co. scripts, and hundreds of them vious to 1890. got back and they called it off. ,f Bys Can P Il are connected with the New Sidney Hocks had a narrow, .Testament. Hundreds of stud escape from jail atThunderation Live farm boys under eighteen Pellyton. ents have studied many of these a few nights, ago. Wanting a years of age, in Will county, ' manuscripts very carefually, but drink of water during the night nois, made records of over one ' Mr. George Ellis is quite sick. he quietly left the jail unbe- -' hundred bushels of corn per acre there are other manuscripts that Have not yet been read carefully. knownst to the jailer, and made the past year. Miss Etwol Lemmon who has The highest yield It may be that great discoveries, been visiting at Campbellsville, way down to the pond, and his was 117 bushels and 60 pounds, valuable to the Bible scientists, when he returned he found the counting 75 pounds to the bushel. will emanate yet from this great has returned home. jail door blown to and fastened. ;These The school at this place is prowere accomplished storehouse o manUscripts. He found it impossible to get m gressing very nicely under the im connection with a country- without the use of violence, so! management of Miss Florence Bt in : """ Tobacco Pool. The he went to the blacksmith shop. the boys;co!;n Rubarts. contest-and after procuring a hammer , , ., , 'ants was harvested. The aver-- . With nearly 170,000 acres of Mrs. Lizzie Jones, Mrs. Mary , .. ., aim cnisci lie suuii uau uie uuui ae yield of all the i boys in the land pledged to the new ten-yepellev Mrs Fanni Rlnnkf m onrnrnn unrnnir rnt nwvui.viu Annn ' 'contest was over 82 bushels of pool of the Burley Tobacco So-- j an(j children visited Mrs lviag . . . 3 ailer ever being any wiser. . gram per acre, lhe acres ot all ciety and sentiment practically Rubarts of Dunnville, last week. Cricket Hicks, who is some- the contestants were measured unanimous amung the members Miss Nannie B. Rubarts visit- what of student of nature, brings and the harvesting supervised by of the District Board in favor of ed Miss Daisy Morton a few days in the report that a fiock of wild a committee of WiU county farm. the establishment of a tobacco ago. geese lit in a pond on Musket ers. All soft and unsound grain ' factory the profits from which Mr. Joe Knifley bought several Ridge the other day just as the WQg get aside and did nofc enter wm gQ tQ fche themse) ves water was freezing and got their into the weight of the yields. instead of geing to the trusts hogs in this community last feet caught tight. Realizing This is a fine record and one of which has heretofore fixed the their helpless condition he gath- which any farmer might well be price not only of the raw product Mr. I. C. Harmon of Edith, is says, ered up a lot of old vils he proud, says Farmers' Review. If but of the manufactured article, 'very low. and buiit a big fire under the ice thirty-fou- r boys in a single coun- - the outlook for the industry in The huxfcer business" is the the geese loose. This is ty can raise an average of 82 Kentucky has been materially to thaw topic of the dav There is onlv the first time we have heard bushels-pe- r acre crop, what ought improved. four huxters at this place. much from Cricket since he be- the grown-u- p farmers do? With of the pooling That the result Miss Lilan Ming is real sick. came overworked last fall, and the average corn yield of the campaign was more favorable to Mr- - Geoe Hatfield of Rheber gave up his job of ringing the state standing at thirty-nin- e the dooI than the leaders of the bell at the Tickville church every bushels per acre and the average movement expected is gratifying Casey county has recently mov fourth Sunday. ofthe country standing at to those who hope to see a great ea t0 iVlr- - doe orte s larm- The Wild Onion School teachwould look as if more manufacturing plant established Mr. Joe Ellis was as er has hung Bryan's picture in boy farmers were needed. in Kentucky. That the coniplete ar ate Con-stantanople the school room, and the scholars say they are all going to vote for With the comming of spring him when they get grown. Hogwallow News. A Land Without A Woman. returns from counties not yet XKXKX During Year 1912 X SIS. We do not want to Lose a Single Subscriber, but want to Add Many New Names to our al X X X ready Large List 1S SIN" ! Hi 9 50 as & 2n 3n SIC IN .IS SIC SY NIX One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly 7I 7i v viz I iK Courier Journal One Year TV Nl' IN r Louisville Times and News 7Tn l K JS IS IN. TN NJ IN $4.50 7K NJ U IN 7K IN IS ?F 7K IS X Everything I n The Drug Line At Lowest Cut Rate Prices A Still-ma- . j , Few Seasonable Goods as a Headliner Per Box 44 44 I ri-s-- n - i- - - u - s" "-- u iu ! JL dy j al-rea- 1 j Laxative Bromo Quinine " " Singley Laxative&Tablets Hills Cascara Quinine Weeks Break a Cold Tablets Nyals A. D. S. 4 19c loc 25c 25c 25c 25c 19c 83c 42-8- 3c 50-1- 00 It 44 I t: t 4 44 1 i . 44 Rexal Wampoles Wine Cod Liver Oil Scotts Emulsion " Nyals Cod Liver Oil . i Wine 44 44 Rexal (4 (4 Emulsion 4 4. 44 Bottle 44 44 4. 44 44 4( 44 it) 44 44 44 J A. D. S. 4 4 4 " 44 4 44 44 100 89c 50c 83c 83c- .4 tt 44 i Vinol Write us for Quotations 1.00 & ' , ff CITY HALL PHARMACY, Sixth Jefferson KY LOUISVILLE. Ten-Ye- ar ' ; ar ck -- t). it. HARDWICK, Prcs. J. H. C0CKF, V. Prei. R. H. DIETZMAN, Sec i I W. T. Pyne Mill & Supply Co. ESTABLISHED 186! INCORPORATED . pamiiWiGHTs 1301 j j DEALERS IN f 188-?- mflcnmiSTs ; I ENGINES. EOLEFS, SAW MLIS. SMOKESTACKS, Shget ron and Tank orK , GRIST MILLS, FEED MILLS TfilRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLe j j i ' ; i i , i ABMHPWEa JOBBING WORK SOLICITED j twen-ty-seven- ,it I . . C-vil- le - (BMMUiJjjVt 3 'H I wS?1. r - -- All Kinds last-week- of Machinery Repaired- . , s -- ". i HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS . ponds where rarp are raised for market the practice is quite common f fattening the fish before catching them by feeding them soaked shelled corn, 'which they are said to eat greedily. Even fish know :i good thing when they get it One should not only exercise care in the matter of the terms of notes which one signs, but also in the wording and terms of contracts for land that he may contemplate purchasing. It Is some bother perhaps to look into this' matter carefully and if necessary pay a good attorney for doing so, but in the end one may save hundreds and possibly thousands of dollars. la The San Jos6 scale is a pest that requires a stronger spray than tender growing foliage will stand. For this reason the treatment should be i:n:e between the time the leaves fall 11 autumn and the time they start in the spring. If the job is delayed until spring the spraying will also play smash with the green aphis, which is a troublesome pest in many sections. six-year-o- ld Perche-- 1 A fine team of rons which a friend drives to town fre- (juently and for which he would hard- ly take a cold 500 indulged in a short hut vicious run the other day. In ex- plaining it the owner said it was not due to any meanness on the part of the horses, but to the fact that the WINTER BLOOM. harness and double trees were in poor 2Co flowers suitable for indoor culture repair. This team will not run away give such a return In both beauty and with him for the same cause again. fragrance of bloom as do hyacinths and narcissuses. Varieties are now ob it is a long step from the grease t tainable that for color and thriftiness which used to be sold at country stores of bIoom nre rcmarkaue. "WMle one before the day of the creamery at 5 mav use a more pot, a corn- cents per pound to the 3,000 pounds of moa ia tomato cau wm serve tue pur. butter which were sold the other day, poge miesg ono wisU(?s tQ have a bank at auction at the close of a big dairy or bed of flowers, In which case a show, which scored an average of nine- larger receptacle will be necessary. ty points and brought 3314 cents per The pots should be filled with light pound. The difference In the prices sandy soil and the bulbs set with the quoted nicely typifies the progress crown just below the surface, the soil which has been made in the organized being well firmed around them. The dairy business in the past thirty years. pots should then be given a thorough watering and covered with earth in Brush land or wood soil is ideal for tno cellar to tue ac)th of luree or four growing potatoes. This is due to the , Inclies aU0Ve the bulbs. If they show mellowness of the soil resulting from a tendency to dry out they should be the large amount of humus it contains i giveu another watering. In from four and the usual freedom of the soil from to sx wceiIS the bulbs will start to weed seeds. Where new land is not svov,- - when thev should be removed to available much the same condition can i quarters where there will be plenty of be had on a piece of newly plowed pas- - Hgur yet where it will be cool. Both iure or on a clover meadow the last of the plants mentioned will produce crop of which has been turned under more perfect blossoms if they are not the preceding fall. In both of these subjected to direct sunshine at all. cases there will be a good supply of The paper white narcissus has a some what different habit and may be put humus and few weeds. In vessels containing water and small of nature as irrevocable as stones at once. A law that of the Medes and Persians ordains that a certain class of landlords and A QUESTION OF PROTECTION. tenants the kind who skin the land That the health and longevity of and put nothing back will have to re- many of the less hardy types of apple pent and turn from their evil ways or trees are largely dependent upon the go into involuntary bankruptcy. Stat- way they are protected has been pret- ed in another way, it means that this ty plainly demonstrated in the case of class of chaps have got to quit insult- - ' a Fameuse tree from which the writer j ing land worth from S100 to $230 an nicked the fruit a few days ago. The acre with methods that for awhile tree in question stands on the north were considered permissible on virgin side and about five feet from a shed land worth from $13 to $30 an acre. which effectively protects its trunk and lower limbs from the winter sun. They are getting on to the ropes j ot only has the tree made a prodi-dow- n in German South Africa, having g0US growth, but it is remarkably recently ordered 3,000 bushels of pedi- - thrifty and sound. Twenty feet to the greed seed corn from the agronomy north of it, but exposed to the sun, is department of the "University of Wis- another tree of the same variety consin. Experiments in corn growing which has been badly hit with sun have been conducted in the territory scald and is already sick unto death. mentioned and have been attended We have watched these two trees for with such good results that porn cul- a number of years and are convinced ture is to be taken up on a more ex- that, while some otheV factors may tensive scale. The season in South have played a part, the difference in Africa is the reverse of that in the their condition today is due to the north temperate zone, corn being plant- protection they have had. It is this ed on the 1st of October instead of principle that makes many orchardists the 1st of May. in northern states favor the rather close planting of apple trees in rows The Kansas City Star, owned and north and south. This serves in a published by William 11. Nelson, has measure to give the protection menput up C0O in cash prizes, which is to tioned. to be distributed to the boys of Mis., , souri, Kansas and Oklahoma who raise rKUNiNia Buuni. next year the best acre of corn as well crowinsr sections where the! In fruit w as the most perfect specimens of single pear blight is prevalent it is well for ears and groups of ears. Already the the orchardist to reduce his pruning boys in the states mentioned are be- work during the winter and spring to a ginning to plan for the contest, which minimum, as cutting at these times not only gives promise of being a greatly augments wood growth. This splendid means of arousing the inter means a greatly increased number of est and occupying the energy of the new shoots, whose tender tips are espe- boys, but of havinj a very tangible re- - cialiy liable to infection by the blight suit along the line of a production of cerms from the feet of ants or other more and better corn insects that happen to alight on them. More than this, the sap moves very It is seldom that profit or benefit rapidly in this young growth,' which comes through getting two bad things increases the chance of an infection together, but there seems to be an ex- of the largo limbs or trunk on which ception in the case of using convict the shoots are growing. Moderate labor on the bad roads of the country. pruning may be done during July and In several states where the system early August, and this will not only has been or is being tried a twofold not induce the growth of these shoots, to produce fruit result has been noticed roads have but will cause the tree year. The writimproved at a minimum cost, buds for the following been er had some experience along this line while the men performing the work not long ago and knows whereof he under the supervision of proper au- speaks. thority have, through the wholesome influence of exercise, sunshine and THE WORTH OF COMMON TOIL. fresh air, taken a decided step ahead While it is entirely proper for partoward better citizenship. Every state ents to hold before their children the has its bad men and its bad roads. "room at the top" idea as affecting the The two should bo got together. life pursuits they are to follow, it is sensible to lay stress also on both the Hardly a community but has two and dignity of the service of types of citizens the one deserving worth who do the commoner though those and receiving the contempt 'of all fair just as necessary work of life who till minded people, the other meriting the soil, lay sewers and mains, greatest respect. The types referred the wood and dig coal, water shelprovide hew to are respectively those who will not ter, food and clothing and make the and those who try toay tleir honest thousand and one other articles that debts. Instances are frequent in which add to the comfort and satisfaction of folks of the former class have money living. These tollers may wear roughto' spend for most anything er clothing and get more dirt and calunder the sun, but nary a cent to pay louses on their hands, but the service dn an obligation. Those of the other they render to their fellows Is as noble class, who take a reasonable attitude us that of preacher, teacher or profestoward their debts, will often deny sional man. . themselves and go short on things they actually need to meet obligations when they become due. In the same measure that the class first named is I , j ! 1 THE COMFORT OF A FURNACE. Some of you folks that have money in the bank or what comes to the same thing grain in the crib or fat steers in the feed lot and have been heating your houses with all the way from two to half a dozen stoves would better look up the matter of installing a heating plant. It will not only mean an economy of fuel, but a max-inuof comfort for all members of the family, coupled with a minimum of dirt and ashes for the women to clean up. While hot water systems are in some ways the most satisfactory from the standpoint of evenness of heat and economy of operation when once installed, they are also the most expensive. It is further quite t necessary that the houses in which the water system is installed should be frostproof from cellar to garret. If this heating system or the steam heating type does not seem advisable the hot air system should be installed, and very satisfactory outflts can he got at from SS5 to 150. The chief point in favor of the hot air plant lies in the fact that all parts of all rooms which are equipped with registers will be cvenly neated Thcre is no "frozen on one sido roastcd on the otber siae busincss nbout it K one has been sub1ectod to these extremcs for a gen- j cratIon or more be m apprcciate the ' comfort of a furnace heating plant. m PROOF OF GENTILITY. Heroic Wife of Morgan Shuster. derate Sleeves That Hid the Hands Showed Washington, Feb. 26. the Wearers Didn't Work. among Span- ,, Though I hourly expected to see The practice observed ish hidalgos of allowing the finger nails to grow into claws was to dem- my husband assassinated by a onstrate that tbey had never done any Russian fanatic or murdered in manual work. The same custom exists among the Chinese for the same cold blood by Cossacks, yet I reason. would gladly have remained in Among the Romans the wearing of long sleeves, which came down over Persia with him for the entire the hand, was the fashion in aristo-- , three vears if wa.cnnlri h niri- cratic circles. This advertised to the world that the wearer did not engage ed tne people of that tortured in any labor and freedom from em- - lan(3 ployment was the condition of re- . spectabiiity. irs. vv. morgan bnuster, he- Engllsh boots and shoes have been j roje wjfe of the former treasur-rlesigned more or less for the samo of Persia, made this purpose as that of the Chinese, who hind their women's feet in proof of statement, Mrs. Shuster, before their gentility. As early as the time of WiJIiam Rufus "peaked toed boots her marriage, was Miss Pearl and shoes" had their points made like Trigg, of Glasgow. a scorpion's tail, and a courtier namOuly when we saw it was best ed Robert stuffed his out with tow. and caused them to curl round in the form of a ram's horn, a fashion which ;for Persia were we willing to took mightily among the nobles, it leave," she added. "Iamheart- is piain mac me purpose 01 xms iasu- pprQ:n It would be a Ion was to show that the privileged bILK lor wearer was not dependent on any kind j blessing to the world if England or labor or ueetness or loot lor his would awake to her duty and daily bread. . The practice of wearing tight fitting tlrive out the Russian and the boots and shoes is an old one. for Chaucer, writing of them in his day, Belgian. cays that it is I have tried to forget the horMerveylo sith that they sitte so pleyn, rors ofithose days, but I am not How they como on or off again. Later, in 17C3. Horace Walpole said, able to do so. Imagine our little "I am now twenty years on the right aide of red heels." Harper's Weekly. American band of prisoners in a . er-geneI something of capital significance WEIGHED THE ELEPHANT. in the selection of the Maryland A Problem Which a Hindu Prince Was city for the Democratic ConvenAble to Solve. There is a story often told In India tion. There is something rather of Shajee, a Hindu prince, who on a, satisfying in the thought of Bal- certain occasion showed himself alArchimedes. as timore in June for the time and mosthigh clever ashad made a vow that official A place of naming the next Presi- he would distribute to the poor tht his own elephant In weight dent of the United States. At money. ofBut the great difficulty silver that the gateway of the North and at first presented itself was the mode what this weight realSouth, the candidate who goes of ascertainingthe learned and clever ly was. All enout from historic town will be a men of the court seemed to have madeavored In vain to construct a striking appeal to a united coun- chine of sufficient power to weigh the try for commercial and industri- elephant. At length Shajee came forward and ! al peace. Mr. LnFollette's progressive-ness- ; Mr. Roosevelt's digressive-ness- , Mr. Cummins' radicalism and Mr. Taffs wanderings have I , ' sort of fumbled and crosscur-rente- d government affairs until neither merchant nor manufacturer, capital nor labor, knows just what is expected of them, nor what to expect next in the way of government activity. Whichever of the Republican possibilities finally receives the suggested a plan which was simple and yet ingenious in the highest degree. He caused the unwieldy animal to be conducted along a stage specially made for the purpose by the waterside Into a flat bottomed boa'. Then, having marked on the boat t:ie height to which the water reached after the 'elephant had weighed it down, the latter was taken out and stones substituted in sufficient quantity to hold the boat to the same line. The stones were then taken to the scales, and thus, to the amazement of the court, was ascertained the true weight of the elephant. Exchange. FIGHTING In FISH. , j , J i j ; , f J tu : : nomination there will be enough of discord in his wake to shock even Chicago. magnificent palace set apart for There is no Republican candi- ENGLISH PENSIONER. us by the Persian government. dacv that SDells peace, The Superannuated at Birth and Drew the The Persians were so grateful; nomination nf nnv nf the pnnrli- Stipend All His Life. a h .x. a I . ri xuiui was reaiiy x. Ll. . patnetic, 'dates mentioned, particularly"'""1"" The wife of an English cabinet min- mcu ., , ., They at once charge each other with ., m ,. ister had promised to stand godmother missionaries nave toia me mar, t, , , , - flns erect, at the same time changing jr resident xaic, ine nero acneato an infant and, calling on the parents a day or two previous to the christen- the people looked to Mr. Shuster ule K.indicates a greater turmoil. color in their excitement from the dullest of gray greens to brilliant reds and ing, expressed her regret that her hus- as their last hopt from the It is only a few weeks to the blues. Indeed, confinement in close band had nothing left at his disposal Russia. quarters is not needed to arouse their of any importance and that the only convention date. The task of combative propensities. thing he could do for her godson was The first discord was from the naming dplecrar.ps and rrpnar?nir riace two glass jars close together, to put his name on the pension list as diplomatic crops. .. Impossible, . ., ... , . with ono of these fighting fish in each general postman. a superannuated The ofTcr was accepted. The pension they said. Mr. Shuster will nev iui uic tuHvcmiuii trip win uc and they will at once swim round and was regularly paid to the parents dur mand the attention of party or ' endeavor to charge each other through the interposed glass. ing the minority of their son and to er be able to stay here. ganizations from now on. The Even a single fish seeing himself retervvar(1 as Ion as hc live(1 ne w af Then came the news of the T"4onrrrr,a4-inirivpil in tlio wnrtil liorvinm nn nlflor- rinrnmiffno Vioo An- flected in n mirror will dart at his uuiuiun-w;uaa own image and. irritated all the more man and attained a considerable age, Cossacks marching down On US. termined that 4elegates may be by his failure to reach his supposed often declaring that he had more pleas- - when the Persains brought word will assume the most brilliant ure in pocketing the few pounds he chosen by direct vote where such enemy, Seeing ute reflected antagonist of atrocious deeds committed by hues. drew half yearly from this source than ne uenyeti irom tne receipt or any otn- - the unciviJZRd tr0ops, my blood action is not conflict with the do the same lie will redouble his efExchange. Zl JlTl. 11UU Ul UiO ill,UUIUt State laws, and is decided upon forts to reac'j him. He died a few days after one pay- - ran cold. by the State Committee. In Photogaphs For Lawsuits. ment was due, and one of his executors As they drew near Teheran a ' One call for services a professional came to town to announce his decease this respect the Democracy has photographer dislikes above all others and to receive the money. On asking guard of 200 Persian soldiers was granted the greatest possible and that is to get an order for a pic- the clerk who paid him if It was neces thrown around the palace to proture mat is 10 ne useu as iiueure m sary to produce a certificate of the freedom in the naming of con- - a lawsuit. The photographers who are deatu he was anscred: tect us. But we knew that if purpose "Oh, no, not in the least. I will take vention delegates. The results most in demand for this who makearo a the busiest ones, those your word for it. My father paid his things went wrong the Cossacks should be a thoroughly represen specialty of uking pictures of news pension as long as he lived, and I have would make short work of them. events for the papers and magazines. r!iirl if- mvsrlf for tin Inct- Miirft- - tpit3 - "v .. tative convention. ...UW .....a. .J .M.. wnenever - When any one wants photographic evimr. anusier was away I am quite sure that the old gentleman he is likely must be dead by this time." j couid onjy ,hope that he would And the next station to Balti- dence of soiro firm toofremember the professionals name This recipient of the public bounty , . more is Washington. jtccii often in print and ' return sate. that he has UnquestlonaDly a had been a superannuated postman for News. asks them to do the job. upward of eighty years. Exchange. price was on his life. "We wouldn't mind that sort of work so much if taking the picture On the day the Persian ParliaTo Bo a Real Actor. The Kicker. was all that there was to it." said one Sinking one's identity in character ment decided not to request Mr. of these picture men. "We get $3 or parts on the stage is but an insignifiLater we get a S5 for the picture. cant branch of acting. The displaying Shuster's resignation, as it was subpoena, and we have to send to We hPe to 0 to realms above of a personality beneath the makeup, ordered to do by Russia, women court the mau that took it. to swear the incarnation of a written character when we lie down to die; we that he recognizee his work, that he in flesh and blood, by a sheer act of and children carying banners in took the picture, that he never was a11 cIad in white genius on the part of the actor in fillnrrestcd and a iot of other fool stuff scribed Give us liberty or give hPe the choir ing a part with his own personality Therefore uses up a day's oafV. c novadod ovnnnd ftI11. will greet my wandering eye; thatnever toucn su"n a time. Kuowiug. tempered to the limitations of his role we jod the creation, in short, of a living, park, shouting in a frenzy of joy. we know that we'll be filled with Now York Sun. visible and intelligible being, is the reons free from care grand goal of the actor's art. I told Mr. Shuster then A Curious Locomotive. Lf- : i i How well Richard Mansfield knew s railway hs The would not be frightened XUi d,1eKs Leu x"e " luy that art: In his performances you we one of the most curious in the world. aie nu mckws, uieie. It is saw an impenetrable makeup; but, away by Russia acWas two foot gauge and n wa.t tncn uma hopeless tight. But it governaiulclc rugged be the Jasper count of the steppness is full ofon . Though loops, LUUUll IliIllDlICIll ItiL lllll lll'lllllll of Our own th lit5llice wero th bra!ns of tho curves and spirals, many of the curves greatest dramatic genius of our gen- ment could not help us, and the pave, no soul shall more complain having only seventy feet radius. Some eration, fashioning steadily and suthough sunlight shine the ages ' of the gradients are as high as one Persain did not have the strength perbly a character as he conceived it A special typo of foot in tv.onty-eighthrough, no spirit call for rain' locomotive, the Garratt. had to be out of the materials placed at his Comr mand by the playwright. Henry though crowns be half a size too made for it at Manchester. This locoThe Tree Dentist. in National Magazine. by the specificamotive was . small, no seraph tear their hair, tions to be able to travel on reverse sixty curves Trying to Be Witty. The.oak had a big cavity iij the and all is joy above because j us, withnot exceeding feet of feet radilength of only twenty They wore sitting in the parlor with trunk, like the cavity in a tooth, there are no kickers there. langent between the curves. The enthe lights turned low. The hour was pretty late. He and she had talked and with a huge gouge the tree of frame Their music may be out of tune, gine consists four awheeled supported at bogies, each about everything, from the weather to dentist cleaned out the wch end by soft!noorie will hold his ear; the of which is described as a miniature lae aest shows?. He yawned, and she yawned, but he made no attempt to brown dust, the rotten wood. without boiler. The boiler ' .. robe will not be taylor made, locomotive ou be frame between the move toward home, and she was beis arried When the cavity was quite coming weary. At last she said: "I there 11 be no moans and tears, bogies. Youth's Companion. heard a noise outside just now. I won- clean, he disinfected it with cor--1 . the sandals may be often worn, der if it could be burglars?" Both Wrong. . rosive sublimate he sprayed it Of course lie tried to be funny. Sandy avid his master drove up to none asK a Detter pair; ior giory "Maybe It was the night falling," he as a tooth is sprayed.the small station as the train approachto the Lord of Hosts, there are ed. "Here's yer train, sir," said Saa- said. Next he filled it, very careful"Oh, I think notl" she exclaimed. no kickers there. And when the dy- - "That ls not my train. replied the "More likely it was the day breaking!" ly, with a germ-protrific toi whn liml liTe nT Tilonc fihinfc cement. "tJH-Hasty exit of he. Pearson's Weekly. Heavenly councils call for. paving! correct speech. But It's the train I The top of the filling he smoothgoing te be the streets, the' man who gets amspecial by." Cut it happened aic15he Scriptural Place Names. a neatly off, and the edges of train and didn't stop ed England can boast that no other the contract may work onward station, whereupon Sandy exclaimed, country possesses so many Scriptural the adjacent bark he drew over neither "We're swift and fleet ; no spirit will in your baith wrang. for it'sgaun by, place names "as it does. The name of ane ye're nor I 1 I 1 Li v I the Rage of Battle They Turn From Dull to Brilliant Colors. In the gardens of Singapore it is the custom to stock the ponds with all manner of queer fishes, many of them of the fighting variety so dear to the tipnrr nf the orientals. This snecies of fish is so combative that it is only nec- essary to n,ace two of them near each othe. llke fiulinc cocks. and perhaps tn Jrrntt tiinm ;i Httlo to brinir on a -- I j I .. j i I I I , ii.uuv, f c vav- ! ( ! ' ! j - - X'"-- " w-- w 1 I I J i E-To- ; I thatyin ! tu ; Slt, Darjeeling-nimalaya- i,i, j I I IT1I . t. Kol-ke- d , i ' , - of V M W! W MV- Jericho occurs six times on the ordnance maps, paradise five times and Nineveh, Mount Zion. Mount Ararat and Mount Ephraim three times each. In Bedfordshire there is a Calvary wood and in Dorsetshire a Jordan hill. of censure the latter is worthy of respect and encouragement in every way. C- -' -- nnzg? c the cement. "The bark," he explained, as he threw his huge instruments into his waiting automobile, "will growoveV the filling hiding it, Benefits Forgot. in time, completely. And the Alice What a rude, boorish-felloMr. Brown is. Ethel What did he rot, which would have destroyed do. dear? Alice Why. he gave me his tree, will now cease, as deseat in tb& street car without lifting the cay ceases in a filled tooth. his hat. Boston Transcript. Gave Him an Opening, "Lay a little by." advised the pub- dsher. "I'd like to," said the popt "Buy a tittle lay?" Washington Herald. junction bring nor cranks nor croakers swear, the realms above are free from chumps there are no kickers there. Then take me from this vale of tears where cranks comenot to the front, where men who never work or toil still lie around and grunt; we long to wear celestial robes and climb the golden stairs; for The National Convention. well we know that in those lands .after Baltimore there are no kickers there. Ex Then los there is change. isWasjJ ""- -it train the it's the ane that's gane by you." 4 Betrayed. "Say. mamma,' can Anna see in the dark, like a cat?' "Why. child; what makes you a'sK uch a question?' "Oh, last night when Cousin Carl was here I heard Anna say in the dark room, 'You must really . shave oftener, Carl. ' Better. "Your wife never sings any more. Did she lose her voice?" "No: she found her senses.' Toledo- Blade. t Self indulgence deprives n man of that might wake him great. er-vytb- in? i,": """2i 1 l ' - A THE ADAIR THE ADAIR COUNTS COUNTY HEWS knew his work and was MIS at his j ' Published Every Wednesday EY THE -- Adair County News Company. ( Incorporated.) CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the Ingres: o the City of Columbia and the people " Aiilrand adjacent counties. Sutured at the Columbia class mall matter. Post-office as sec-a- d CUD. MAGEEL, 20. 1912, HSSING. OF THE LEGISLATURE. of the Legislature, last week, closed one of the most interesting sessions this State has had for a number of years, and at this hour all are at home rendering an account by word of mouth to their inquiring friends. Some of course are elated oyer victories won, some i.u adjournment post of duty. He is a man who believes in doing things, believes in practice as well as theory, anc impressed us as a fit gem in any Democratic Congress. The Dem-- 1 ocrats of his district made no; mistake in his election, for he is an aggressive and progressiva Senator. To make a long stci . short he is a wireless messagv man whose whole being is tuneu to the harmony of Democratic principles and progressive policies. His interest manifested for the Democrats of this county cannot fail of hearty appreciation and full and complete reward, should an opportunity ever be presented to repay him. So many want information as "1 i t f m I 1 What's the best Turnin 6 Plow? m "THE Fence VULCAN' ' "The American 9? J f J! 1 m m' What's the"Best, Heaviest and Chea pest Wire m m Drs. Hess & to why Adair county failed to I What's the Best Stock and Poultry Tonic? Clark's Remedies. Call on THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE for all H met with some objectioms Marion and Washington counties, and was therefore abandoned been called an hour earlier. along very well. We hope he the advent of two. Fifth Sunday Program. good will prevailing on Senator Arnett is not only a with can soon be out again. The little child of W. N. Emerboth sides. THe bill introduced strong man intellectually, but Mr. Lloyd Watson and family son, died laat .Friday night. The fifth Sunday meeting of by Repre&entative Dickey, of strong with his fellow Senators. are now occupying sheir new Mr. E. J. Waiters, sold to Mr. county, passed the House He is father of Senator L. W. the Russell's Creek Association home, recently rented from Mr. Barren Tobias Meece 63 acres of land of Kentucky Baptists is to be but was killed in the Senate Covington, a young Arnett, of Waller Smith. for $340. smothered to death by the lawyer of sterling qualities, and held at the Mt. Gilead Baptist Misses Mag Hutchinson, Nina Officers caught Bram Lawless former - Legislators indicated Rules Committee at- the inchurch in Green county, March one of the able young men of the Bessie Smith visited Mrs. Monday evening. He escaped more evidence of a thorough in- stance of Senator Bertram, 30 and 31. The program was and Senate. from the guard who was returntelligent body. Many good cit- - a member of the Committee. arranged Tuesday and is as fol Mattie Coffey last week. Mr. Everett Turner, who fell ing him to the Jamestown circuit izens from various parts of the1Senator Bertranlj though appeal. Unprecedented outlawry in the lows: back in a wagon a few days ago, court as a witness. State visited our Capital Cltv ed to bv the.writer and others,f to way TUESDAY MARCH 30. of assassination took place j while the Legislature was in permit the bill to be reported We believe Dr. J. T. Jones of 10 a. m. Devotional, by Evan- is reported better. at Hillsville, Va., on the 14th. session, and all seemed proud of over his objection, granting him gelist L. B. Arvin. Mrs. Bettie Wolford is visiting Montpelier, should come again Circuit court was in session, and soon come again Doctor tell us "What the intelligence, honor and the privilege to fight it on the Judge Thornton Massie had 10:15 to 11 a. m. of Each her children at Columbia. standing of their representatives floor of the Senate, was rejected about the other side. just sentenced Floyd Allen to should be the Attitude both in the House and Senate. and in the closing hours its adMember of His Church," Rev. The roads in this part are the serve one year in the penitentiaSAUSE AND REMEDY. worst HarAs usual many meritor- vocates failed to get it called ever seen. Traffic of all ry for aiding in the escape of a Wood Prescott, Rev. Frank measures failed to from the committee. The failure D. H. Howerton. ious kind is at a standstill, even the county prisoner. Two of Allen's rison and Rev. Uncertainty of the immediate simply for the lack of time of this bill cost the Democrats of pass 11 to 12 a. m., "The Attitude cutting out their brothers and several friends .'attire is looked upon by many men drummers are. and, to our mind it is unfortunate this State one Senatorial district, to District Mis- nf affairs, as a blockade to enter- - regular visits. opened fire with their revolvers, of Each Church and business prosperity, and to the state that the Governor, or that is all. Dr. Shively and Mr. H. Ruby" and the Judge, Commonwealth's sions," Jils blockade is now quite apparent the Legislature itself, has noj S. Robinson. hroughout the channels of trade. Attorney and the Sheriff were in- to continue its delibera- Adjournment for dinner. The Presidential Election; the i,uwa To the ReDublicans of this stantly killed and every member Mrs X. W. Scott who has iVorts of Congress with no fixed tions for a short time beyond the Legislative districfc we want to session will be The afternoon The as courfc wounded of mrpose; Organized Labor as a new been confined to her room for uay peuuu piebumeu. say thafc your Representative, gin with devotional exercises. bun '.f?V in nolitics: together with some time is no better. sins made their escape into the pre-- i Much time is required m the p. m. Church Dis- other matters of greater or less 1;30 onn:aAl IllUUUtailia. nicy .wcic lunuvvcu, w Q jiin-n.- , unA H"lv,-,Miss Bula Bean, who has been "Alport, represent at this time a paration, development and dis- - """ conflict of separate inter- - on the sick list, is reported much during the and a reDort cams that one of the cipline," Rev. T. E. Ennis. himself with credit hautic : :., .e , 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. "Denomina-Rei?, to harmonize which is now the cuaatuti uj. term just closed. His studious Allen boys had been killed. better. H. N. r ihlem before the country. the welfare of many sections, attention t0 busine3s before the tional . Education," Peace and 11 want Prosperity, Mr. A. K. Rupe, of Breeding ' and often the entire state, and House received from him the tity. Read with care the Cin- our thanks Phillips, Pro., W. G. Welborn We desire to tender Enquirer, a "journal that who has been in a critical condiafter all'painstaking afforts and ciosest attention for he was at to Senator H. G. Sanders of and Prof. R. G. Graves. prints all the news each day from tion for some time is no better. SUNDAY, MARCH 31. proofs to justify favorable ac- - his desk the entire time Again Campbellsville, for his devotion every commercial center through- He is very low at this writing. 10 a. m., "Devotional," led by out the world. ' A barometer of made the sixty ,his C0Urtesies to visitors from his and enthusiastic efforts to aid tienhave been can es and effects that points out, Mr. Hadie Harvey who has day limit kills the measure. We ' district is highly commendable Adair County Democrats in the Rev. W. S. Dudgeon. as a Beacon Light, the danger and been confined to his room for 10:15 to 11:15, "Systematic the safeguard therefrom. believe that the Governor, or j as a gentleman and can not fail last fight pulled off in the Senate As well known, the Daily En- sometime is getting along nicely Giving," R. R. F. Jaudon. thirds of all the members of appreciation. last Tuesday night. He is a 11:15" size and largest "Home Missions," Rev. quirer is the paper ininthe United at this writing. elected should have the power to" In the redistricting measurs, true Democrat, a man who enlughest priced States, yet cheapest, measured by extend the Legislative period at affecting this county, he was joys the confidence and good D. H. Howerton. Birthday Dinner. quality and quantity. least twenty days. Should such openly opposed to all and took will of his associates. The DemThe Weekly Enquirer, with the Maple Hill. The writer of this had the granted it the floor in oppositon to the Sen- ocrats of Taylor and the entire extention of time be cream and digest of all the news, editorials, pleasure of being at a birthday able and conservative would have a beneficial effect to atorial change, making a speech district made no mistake in his market reports, methods and reprevent unwise and ill advised that elicited much applause. election, as he was in hearty acMr. J. R. Smith, wife and sults from Government and State dinner at the home of Mr. and measures that add to the long He made an open, hard fight to cord for good and wholesome children, spent the day at Mr. Experiment Stations, veterinary Mrs. J. W. Banks the 13th The: matters, People's Forum, choice occasion being Mrs. Banks forty-four-th list of statutory demands that defeat it in the House and for legislation, and especially in Iven Bennett's last Sunday. literature, short and continued storbirthday. The tables sermons, general really amount to nothing. We his manly stand, game fight we measures affecting his party ies, Mr. Tom Corbin has set up a information, etc., with the exclusion were spread with the best the y trust that the day is not far dis- could not fail to admire him. His of all matters of scandal and im tant when such power will be standing with the body of which Some newspaper writers be- grocery near his home, and he moralitv. is today the Cleanest country affords. After enjoying intends to run a blacksmith shop Weekly Family Journal obtainable. such a delicious meal the young vested as above stated. he is a member bespeaks not on-l- y lieve that the fight between Mr. , , ben- Each issue is alcne worth the price ' ,.,i j Col. Roosevelt will be- - also, which will be a great ' JCU,1C wr im Taf t and iC"c" "v credit for him but for his subscription. We 3f a year's efit to this neighborhood. passed the evening with music e Solicitors for subscriptions come so bitter that neither one Senator M. 0. Scott, of Ed' a fine a handsome profit and increase the and all wish him good luck and w e3 whHe fcfa monton, is deserving of a more of the two will be7 nominated Enquirer in rood influence of The f in nnnvprsntinn All on. trade. i:k, ttimiimujuj, linnnlcpri i:r. II. .UpiUL Ulc lUUiailLjr nwi:nriiit.-tiw... j.i fitting compliment than we are In ,the closing fight oyer the a LilC and wife and for the betterment and welfare jgVe(l the occasion to perfection. will be lively times in There Mr. Iven Bennett able to extend at this time, for Senatorial bill affecting this counof the community. For terms write his untiring efforts to meet the ty, we feel that the people of Kentucky before the August spent Tuesday night with Mr. to The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Ohio. May she live long to enjoy many rhore such dinners. desires of the people who elected this section are entitled to know primary. All candidates- for Clay Bennett's family, and a few Irvins Store. him and also the Democrats of that Senator B. M. Arnett of Congress are to be nominated in of the near neighbors came in to unjoyed the Fireand Accident sink awhile, and all this county. As a game fighter, Nicholasville, espoused our cause that month. has been so bad The weather the evening. a true and unflinching Democrat, with as much enthusiasm as if Insurance. There is an intimation from Mr. W. A. Smith, wife and all winter there has been noth. a lawyer of ability, a progress- he had besn personally interested. ive man of fixed principles all He placed the proposition before Chairman Prewitt that the State children spent the day las; Sun ing doing except ordinary business at loafers lodge, there I am the Local Agent., for two focused on the best interests of the Senate, asking that it be Democratic convention to select day at J. W. Garnett's. Fire and Accident Inhaving been several new ones first-cla.bis people and friends, his im- called from the committee, and delegates to the national cpnven will preach'at our surance Companies, and have Bro. Philips initiated into .this wonderful press on legislation is both put on its passage. It took tion, will.be held in June. been assigned this territory. If new school' house, Smith's busy order lately. and appreciated' by twenty-si- x votes to carry and you need Insurance, either AcciChapel, the 4th Sunday afterw)io have watched his it only lacked three of reaching There is a new boy at Isaiah dent or Fire, write me, Roosevelt will take the Col. those noon about 2 o'clock Luttrell's, while Leo Norman Stump. He will open his cam- course. He was one of the bus- that number. The twenty-si.CHARLIE MULLINIXr Mr. Jimmie Smith is getting and wife are thrice- happy over iest members of the upper House, would have..Qgep. cast had this raiern in JNew lorK mis weeK. Rife, Ky.. - much however, good and wholesome legislation was enacted, and will doubtless meet the approbation of the public in general. It has been our pleasure to meet and shake hands with many of our law makers of this, as well as other sessions, and truly we can say that no In the main, change. Judicial and! Senatorial relationship, with the districts of which it is now a part, we make the following brief statedoubtless feel that there were ment: The proposition to place many pebbles on the beach, and this county in the Judicial disthat their pets and' ideals were trict composed of Green, Taylor, not groomed to their pleasure. Marion and Washington counties, m m m m m from wwmwmwwmwmmmmmmmm mmmwmmmmmmmmmmwwmmm articles, together with Field Seeds, Fertilizers, Wagons, Buggies, Farm Implements, Saddles, Harness and a General Line of Hardware at the LOWEST PRICES. the above t m . . ' :i-- c -- . , i &, -- j -- .:rn. -- mui """ v,-- v. -- ( -.- - j j ! non-sectaria- n- , ,,: . mj-k- i i r -- i . - 9 ss v dis-cernab- le x " - THE ADALR COUNTY NEWS . Gloriaus News. - B m r ivi H W Gomes- from Dr. a m J DE! Dwight, Kan. He writes: "I not only have cured bad cases of eczema in my natiehts with Electric Bitters, but also cured myself by them of the same dis ease. I ieei sure tney win Denenc any case of ecezma." This shows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is a most effective blood purifier Its an excellent remedy for eczema, tetter, salt rheUm, ulcers, boils and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisin, helps digesPrice 50 tion, buiids up the strength guaranteed by Paull cts. Satisfaction Drug Co. Felix McKinley sold John D. Lowe, last week, one of the best team of horses, in the county, a sorrel and a t bay, seven years old each, for S42.". J T. Curtiss, Hanna s Green Seal "The Made-to-Werd ar Paint9' two-third- Absolutely Piire If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the. quality of the paint to be used. In any given job of painting, labor represents practically s, material one-thithe cost. It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality of the paint is all important. sought? Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job How is I I tut i o have pure, and wholesome foody be sure that your 'baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum Ths Lsissi will guide yossj Royal is the only baking pow;der made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar the printed formula on every package. is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended for durability? upon HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint has Farmers of this section of the Estate should read the advertisement of Locust Grove Stock Farm, published in to-day- 's News. Mr. A. S. i THE JEFFRIES HARDWARE STORE Chewning is FOR 8ALE BY' ' ; The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public the composition of the paint. IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? IT OUGHT TO BE. jjijijiiiii: ,iJ fmH. I the proprietor. ber-sho- p Elmer Willis, of color, this county, Mr. J. W.Lowe, has removed his bar-- ! was tried in Federal court, Louisville, to front rooms in the Columbia last week, for selling whisky, and con Hotel, situated between LcLean Bros. victed. store and the first entrance of the hotel. tw Ho Aium No Lime Phosphates "j PERSONAL Mr. H ugh Noe is here this week. before coming to Columbia she was in a J millinery establishment, Cincinnati, ac-- 3 j quainting herself with the very latest )j' styles. j i LOUISVILLE ' MARKETS. on Live Stock Mr. F. P. Warren, Jamestown, was here Friday. Mr. J. N. Coffey is n. on a business trip to Louisville. who, several years ago taught in the Lindses-Wilso- Latest Quotations CATTLE Mr. Sam C. Lackey, Ha rrodsburg, was here a few days ago. , Mr. Walter Ingram left for the market the first of the week. Mr. Lee Grissom was in Louisville Shipping steer Beef steers Fat heifers and cows .' Cutters Cahners Bulls $5.506.00 5.255.50 42o4.75 2.0o3.00 1.002,25 2.253.00 4.'254.75 several days of last week. Feeders Stockers Mr. C. S. Harris returned from Choice milch cows Frankfort last Thursday. Common to fair cows Miss Jennie Jones was quite sick HOGS several days of last week. Mediums, 165 to 210. Pigs Mr. J. N. Aldridge, Stanford, was at Roughs the Columbia Hotel last Friday. Mr. N. V. Miller, of Campbellsville, was here several days of last week. Mrs. Edwin Hurt and children, Lebanon, are visiting in Columbia. Choice 210 up 2.753.75 35.00-45.00 00 ... 15.00-35.- 6.40 6.25 5,15 5.40 SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs Culls , 5.00 3.00-4.00 G.00 Miss Sallie Diddle, Gradyville, spent Fatsheep last week with relatives in Columbia. Mr. Henry Ingram was in Louisville Wheat. last week, purchasing goods for this Corn . . . 3.00o.OO GRAIN market. Mr. Sam M. Bowman, the Lebanon ta ilor, was here two days last week, taking orders. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Walker left Monday morning for the Cincinnati market Mr. John N. Murrell an aged and ' highly respected citizen, has been quite sick for several days. Dr. Simpson Simmons, Gradyville, was here Thursday, on his return from Louisville and Frankfort. door-keep- er 90 50 Owing to.the high waters and the heighth of the pony, our EdSALT FOR SALE. I have a d jack, color blue, city. mealy nose, which I will sell at a barmonton mail failed to reach us gain. G. W. Helm. The timber belonging to Diddle last Thursday night, but come in I have an honest 7 bushel barrel salt,, IS yt Montpelier, Ky. & Pendleton near this place will Friday morning before break- which cost only 15 cents more than the bushel barrel which you buy elseoi In this paper next week will be fully be worked up during the year. fast however in time to make Sam Lewis. where. explained the great demonstration of Mr. S. A. Harper has been the regular trip to Edmonton the The Buchanan Lyon Co. confined to his room, for the last next day. The twentieth of March and but little See the minsterl show at the courtground has been turned in Adair county. house Thursday night. An evening of few days, with fever. Mr. J. F. Pendleton, one of The present indications point to late fun for those who will attend. Finis Finn sold one work mule our best farmers and stock dealcrops. v Russell's creek was out of its banks last week, to Allen Dudley for ers in this section, was in our and on bottom lands a $135. We are recieving this week several last Friday, town one day last week. While great deal of fencing went with the Mens aud Boys suiis. Styles correct Liss Whitlock sold one work in conversation with him in recurrent. Frank Sinclair. and Prices right. mule to Uriah Bradshaw, for gard to farms and farming" inter-est- s, Gradyville. $125. he made this remark; "that Listen, the announcement in this paper next week will explain to you fully Strong Hill sold a span of work he had a boundary of land all in the great demonstration planned by The' Geo. H. Nell was on the sick Buchanan Lyon Co., Campbellsville, mules to Ben Coffey, a few days one body his home farm con- list a few days of last week. sisting of one hundre.d and eight Ky. ago for $330. James Q. Diddle spent a few acres, and that he could say one , , , T j. r. renateton nas oougnt My accounts are in the hands of Wal- - days inLouisville last week, fViif- nrt- monir man nnnlrl ' Dr O.S.Dunbar. ter Ingram. several car load of hogs, for f u- Mrs. Ella Y. Robertson has say, and that was this, there was jture delivery. Priceunknown. Do not fail to attend the minstrel had a severe attack of Rheuma- not a single gully on this body of Miss Annie Kinnaird, of Red-- . Thursday tism for the past two weeks. show at the land, and we know that this night week. Dr. S. Simmons and Mr. Eu- - lick, after a weeks visit with' farm lies' so you can run any Miss Barbara larter, aged seventy- - j gene TSJell, returned from Louis- - Mrs. D. Walker returned homej kind of machinery over it. nve, an aunt oi i.ur. a w. xarcer, mis last Saturday. place, died in the. Gradyville country ville and Frankfort last Friday. Messrs. J. R. and R. W. Shirlast Sunday. The continued hard rain last Rev. J. R. Crawford of Co- ley, C. M, Hindman, R. L. CaldWalker Bryant sold to R. A. Hutchi- - lumbia, spent a few days here Thursday night put our creek son, a few days ago. a farm in Cane ast ,veek. while en route fnr V.A. out of hanks, but no serious dam- well and Chapman Browning, Valley section, known a3 the Hutchison . n progressive farmers of the ' nionion to nu nis regular appomt- - age done. farm, for $3,100. Messrs. Joel 0., John S. and ment. community, were with us Born, to the wife of J. R. Tutt, Jr, Rev. G. W. Pangburn filled his Nathaniel Moore, three brothers one day last week, looking after March the 4th,a son. James Granett. . well-brea! Jack For Sale. for the past week or so maple syrup and sugar. Judge J. C. Carter, while on his return from Liberty court stopped over for ihe night in our roundsfMr. Hill up with a home six hundred acres of this Gradyville land. 33-- 3t I j j - j court-hous- e j , Mill-tow- I Local Market. G. To-day. P. SMYTHE for Eggs Hens Chickens Cocks 14 10 6 3 10 FIRE INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Turkeys Geese Ducks j i Mr. M. Cravens, who was assistant Ginseng of the House, returned Beeswax from Frankfort last Thursday. Yellow Root Mr, W. T. McFarland visited his May AppleCper lb) daughters, Mrs. Talmage Smith, and Miss Jennie McFarland, at Indianapolis, Resolutions, Ind., last week. fall clipping spring clipping. Hides (green) Feathers Wool Wool 3 6 9 14 27 S regular appointment here last that are nearing their 70th year Sunday with a very interesting of age and over, were in our midst last Friday on business, discourse. Miss Christine Nell in com- looking well for men of their age. pany with Miss Smith, of the Mr. Strong Hill, closed a deal L. W. T. S.,of Columbia spent one day last week with Shelby last Saturday and Sunday at Tarter for the consideration of home. $430 that put him in posession We have had on our market of another farm. This deal ! and buying canvass, preparatory' for their plant beds. From all indications, if every thing proves favorable, there will be an un usual large crop of tobacco made in that section, as well as a great many others in this part of the country. 44 5 00 50 of Respect. Drs. E. I. Alper and S. N. Hancock, Whereas, God, in His wisdom inopticians, left Monday morning to visit finite, has called from our midst, to the several towns in Kentucky. They will Life beyond, our beloved and faithful be absent a week. in the Missionary Society, Mrs William Todd, who lives near Ethel Weldon, wife of our beloved Milltown, was dangerously ill last pastor, J. W. Weldon, therefore be week, but is now better. Mrs. Todd is it Resolved, of Mr. Scott Todd, a daughter-in-la1st, Than hi recognition of her beautiful, young Christian character, we are Mr. Dan Clark returned from Russell in solemn thankfulness for its influence Springs last Sunday night. He reports of which we so deeply feel the loss but little change in the comdition of Mr. from our society, our church and out L L. Rounds that he is a very sick man. i community, Miss Montra Thomas, of Milltown, iind, That tno row dihl; "we trace n visited her sister. Mrs. Cassius, God's wisfe design,, our prayers we lift river,last week. She Was ac- throtfgh darkened glass, "Thy will be companied by her brother, Mr. J: A. done." Thomas. Srd. Thatt'dlW bereaved husbanc1. Mr. A. A. Huddleston and Wife ot' father, motlfer, and 'brother, we extend Burkesville, visited their taiece Sfes l0ur deepest and tenderest sympathy in t)6'rd Payne, who is sick at the ho&e of this their night of gloom, claiming from 'Judge J. J. Simpson, last Saturday and Him, with whom alone is day, the 'Sunday. The young lady wis thought Father's promised love and care for orphaned bady girl to be some better Sunday. W-- . Taylor, Manager of the 4th. That these resolutions be spread Mr. C MiK upon the minute3 of our society, and American Express Company, waubefc Wisconsin, is spending a few copies be sent to The Adair County days tn Columbia. Mr. Dane Charles News and Central Methodist Advocate. Taylor, who visited here last Spring, Mrs. Emily Burton. "' find who married Miss Louise Hanc&ck, , J. O. Russell. " J. A. English. Miss Lydia West, of Gadsden, Ate., milliner, who will assist V G. W. Staples. an experienced " J, G. Eubank. Mrs. G.W. Staples this season, thrived Committee. Rorrtev afternoon, ceyerai weeKs w 44$$4$4044&e44444$$$&$94 The tone Disk Harrow Strongest Construction and Lightest Draft J j Brced-ing.Gree- jfip JJ the most rigid of any used on 'the bumper type Harrow. The draw frame is one continuous piece of angle sleel se curely fastened to the outer ends of the cross bars. The draft links and bearings are so constructed as to withstand the hardest usage. is The Frame V , Reed Hardware Company 3$4$$$$4$$44$$444$4$$$$fr9$MQi 'JX A iTlSJSlISS WgSsSWrraa If J4?(fcg-.,- ' 'T'.WMW.".iPtt W ;li;W. JLUrfM A fi a alM1LqiiMhKKESiWiaiv''HM?ag,SiJBJ M. IJgt ' v -)- "W H made of angle steel, making it light and strong. The Keystone is equipped with adjustments which enables the operator to keep the gangs perfectly level as long as the The gang frame is Harrow lasts. This Harrow is also equip- ped with hard oil cups which insures perfect oiling. ye Invite you to Inspect the Keystone Disk Harrow j "1 -- V' - " - yi "'.''i'V- - i- - THE APAIK COUNTY NEWS He does not take the time to teach the boy Mr. S. L. Kinnaird and son, what the world will demand of James, of Red Lick were trans- him to be a man; he does not lay acting business here Monday. down to him a code of manners Mr. Leonard Walker and Miss and weary away many hours Although those may dispute it who without griping and without shock to yet thousands of the system. It contains tonic properOiave not tried it, others, who speak from personal experi- ties that strengthen the stomach and Mayne Walker, of this place, teaching them to the boy so that ence, assert that there is a permanent cure for chronic constipation. Some bowel muscles so that in time medicines drove to Glasgow Monday and he may be equipped to start out testify they were cured for as little as of all kinds can be dispensed with and Afty cents, years aj;o, and that the nature is again solely relied on. were married. early in life on the highway to trouble never came hack on them, while Among the legions who testify to thepo others admit they took several bottles Biankenship, Sharon, are J. Teachbefore a steady cure was brought about. facts Beulah F. Rogers, Kosmosdale,Ten' Mr. D. W. Kinnaird spent a success and happiness. and K. The remedy referred to is Dr. always have a bottle of it in tl Syrup Pepsin. It has been fan and they few days at Curtis, last week ing the boy is more important the market for oer a quarter of a house, for it Is a reliableto laxative for a old age. than teaching the horse. century and lias been popularized on its the family from infancy visiting relatives. merits, by one person telling another. Anyone wishing to make a trial of tl.. The fact that its strongest supporters remedy before buying it in the regular It is dollars and cents on one re women and elderly people the ones way Mr. Aar.on Yarberry. bought a druggist at one most persistently constipated makes it dollarofaa large bottle fifty cents or can size) rtain that the claims regarding it as have a sample bottle (family the home stack of hay from C. H. Kin- hand and possibly a long life of sent to n permanent cure for constipation have free of charge by simplv addressing. Dr. happiness or drudgery on the net been exaggerated. W. B. Caldwell, 400 Washington St., like cathartic it isornot violentbut operates pills, Monticello, 111. Tour name and address naird at 72 cts per hundred. other. The lack of parental aswaters, gently, on a postal card will do. salts Mr. G. E. Hamilton delivered sistance along this is the cause tobacco at Red Lick Thursday. of so many importantyoung dareMr. Baker Jones sold ten nice devils we meet every day. ParF. umiuiiiiiimiimiiuiuiuiiiuuiiiiuuuiiuiutuiiiiuiumiui hogs to M. to Sparks, and de- ents should prize their children him Wednesday above every other earthly posslivered them in a dollar of the market. ession and they can leave no Pearl Bell spent a few days at greater monument in this world A. C. Pulliams recently. than they left refined sons and Mr. Willie Rose, bought a hav daughters to adorn the earth stack from G. E. Hamilton, last after them. week. Mr. C. A. Bell of Red Lick, You judge a man not by what he A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation 1 Nell. father's hands. HUMOR OF THE DAY PNEUMONIA Sidewalk Usurpers. left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when I could, "Say." writes a correspondent, "you hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 have been very glib with your deminutes. My doctor could, not help nunciation of automobile and street me, but I was completely cured by car nuisances. Pray lend an attentive ear to the plaint of a plain pedestrian, j "My pet growl is aneut the human porkers who usurp the sidewalk and crowd decent law abiders into thet ft Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. gutter. Sometimes you are elbowed ' M AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 50c AND Sli?0 off by a trio who. instead of breaking away to their own side of tho common path, take the middle, and so give you no alternative save to step from the curb or batter ahead with out regard to consequences. "Sometimes it's only a selfish pair-usu- ally a man and a woman who VETERINARY SURGEON down the middle and take it for conif granted you will break away and let the procession go by. a thing which yon usually do rather than make a disturbance. "But the other evening I plucked, up courage, and when a big fellow with two gum chewing girls tramped down the walk I held my ground and veryi ifi- neatly put my shoulder into the fel-- i low just as he jostled me. He whirled Special dttnetin lo- - Fyes urouud instantly and yelled, 'Where are you going, you shrimp?" Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any sur"I have no talent in profanity, and! gical work done at fair prices. I am well fixed to take care of stock. Mor UU UUUUl 1 UIUU I. VIVJ IUU oiiuuuvsu juo- ey due when work is done or stcck AH 1 oould say was: 'I'm trying tlce. you a little manners, yon case removed from stables. to teach of rancid lard! And in about one LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE, minute more I'll have a ring in your ONBURKSYILLE STREET. nose and trot you around to the stockyards!' "Say, he wilted down like a cabbage leaf and passed by without a murmur. "And now do what you can toward 11. abating this sidewalk nuisance, won't you?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. I lW DR. KING'S BlSGOVery Cal1--wel- l's wzrTTjfsfEfrsT . lc. D. Crenshaw i Woodson Lewis great just passed through here Friday on promises to do, but by what he ha3 done. That is the only true test. Ejs The Green River Merchan- - s: his return from Louisville. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy judged by this standard has no superior. Peo Rose Received a sf at Mr. Willie one daydid business ple everywhere speak of it in the highH dise Distributor, has Edmonton last week. est ternis of praise. For sale by Pauli H Magnificent stock of New Fall cloth- - f Rev. John Scott will fill his re Drug Co. gular appointment at this place 2 Shoes &c. ing, Saturday and Sundsy. Requiescat in Pace. George Compton bought a calf from Dock James recently, price The Kentucky Legislature died H Which he is offering at Popular prices. $8.00. peacefully y after an illness Mrs. John Rose, who has been of a little over two months. It E2 iE 50 Suits carried over at one Third off. very sick, is some what improved had been known for several SugarJ15 lbs for one dollar weeks that the end was near at at present. Pure Hog Lard 50 lbs for $6.25 Messrs. R. H. Kinnaird, G. E. hand, and many friends and relBest Pattent Flour per bbl 4.75 H Hamilton, and R. C. Pulliam, at- atives kept constant vigil about Second Pat. 4.25 E tended county court at Columbia the dying bedside. The deceased also realized her condition Monday. Lard and Flour both Guaranteed to made many preparations Mr. A. C. Pulliam was kicked and give Satisfaction, wire and wire by a horse Monday, but has along temporal lines during the closing hours. fence at Lowest Prices. It wilPpay about recovered. The incipiency of the Legis-- 1 you to consult me before buying. Mrs. Vallie Combs, who has lature's illness dates back to Ten carloads of the best Fertilizers been sick for sometime, imJanuary the 2nd when she was at prices that defy competition and proves slowly. seized with a severe attack. S Mr. R. H. Kinnaird and Miss Drs. Percy Haly, J. C. W. Beckthat will give You satisfaction. Buy. Blanche Walker, attended the ham and other specialists noted your Fertilizer from me and yoirwill birthday party of Miss Grell Nell In this character of disease, were always know what you bought. at Grady v.lle, Saturdoy night hastily summoned, and gave also Misses Delpha, Gertrude their closest attention to the sick ! Have Full Stock of Kinnaird and Ethel Deepew, person throughout her illness. Lissie and Lanie Kinnaird, of They seemed to thoroughly Red Lick. the case, and their Bone Fertilizers they are reliable Some in this section have made skillful dosing will add greatly to And you get you moneys worth. some nice tree molasses, and su- their reputation in the future. Write me what you want. Also, gar this season. Dr. McCreary, the eminent phySalt, Lime and Cement. Miss Ethel Coomer who has sician whose years of experience I will buy all your crop of wheat and been ill with pneumonia is make him invaluable in illness of this kind, was frequently compay cash for it, am now paying 5c Mrs. G. E. Nell of Gradyville municated with regarding the per bushel more than anyone esle. is at the bedside of her mother, Legislature's symptoms, ,and his counsel was heeded in critical Mrs. John Rose. ARE YOU WITH ME? Mr. M. F. Sparks received a stages of the patient's sickness. The remains were interred in bunch of hogs at Red Lick WedSatisfaction the Political Graveyard on Blastnesday. Hopes Creek this afternoon, Mr. James Reece, produce man, ed Rev. Terof Sparksville was here Monday. Rev. McDermott and rell being the officiating clergyMesdame Amanda Moss and men. Telegrams of condolence Mollie Yates, will be in the milwere received from prominent linery business at the home of men of ail parts of the State. QREENSBURG, KY. Mrs. Moss, this seaaon near It was noted that Eli Brown Weed. Harvey McCutc.heon and Lawrence Reichert were among those nunmnifflmnimmninimmmfflninimmmmnHniflR For "Dady" To Think About. who did not attend the funeral. There are men who will spend It is said that Miss Legislature The Adair County News Daily hours after.hours teaching their said some very unkind thinfis horses manners, how to slow up concerning this trio during her Courier-Journ- al Both one or increase their speed by a sim- last illness, and despite the inple manipulation of the reign; tercessions of mutual friends in behalf of the three, the dying Here is another true story: himself, when he was a pupil in how to change their gate by person failed- - to retract any of The principal of a village school the same school. His grasp up-I- n touching them on the neck with the hand; how to hold themselves heristatements. E Town News. Kansas one morning or after- - on the boy's collar unloosened up and move gracefully in the detected a boy cutting the self, and he returned to his desk, You can say goodbye to constipation show ring. The greatest posfetters of his name in the desk in a sadder and a' wiser teacher, sible good that, could come of with a clear conscience if you use Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have front of him. As the novels That principal is today judge of this would be only a few .dollars, been permanently cured by theirj use. would put it, the principal rush- -' an important court in one of the derived from the sale of the ani- For sale by Paull Drug Co. ed to thelspot, angrily put forth greatest cities in the world. We mal. Tliese same men have boys Ins hand intending to grasp the often wonder whether or not in lxy by the collar, when lo! and the administration of justice the Who are as badly out of whack I desire to sell my residence and lot behold! close by the newly form- judge ever thinks of the incident as the horse was at the beginning, in Columbia and will take as part pay a ed letters were the initials of the in the village school. John Mac- - but they, fail to get rubbed down good team of horses. T. G. Rasner. .principal's own name, written by Donald. and twited likgifcborse at their !9--' Joseph J Stone, Attoney-At-La- w g to-da- g She Did Wisely. "I can't, I can't. I can't!" be groaned. "Can you not?" she said syinpatheti-- l cally. The girt loved him. "Xo," he cried. "1 have a past, and it is only fair that you should know. I would marry no girl on false p;e- tenses. She might And it out after-- 1 ward. I have a past." "Reveal it." she cried softly. "I could forgive you anything." For the girl loved him. "I told you that I left my home town . to seek my fortune," he said hoarsely. "That is not true. I had to flee it. "One day about G o'clock, it was,, well I romeinber the time a fellow j townsman passed me with his little boy. Suddenly the child fell, slipped.) stumbled to the street. "Ah, I see It is son down!" I remark-- ' ed, gazing up at the sky. "A number of citizens heard me; the' news spread, and well, to make a , short story shorter, the town got too hot for me. Can you forgive me t ' . ( Will practice in this and adjoining counties. : Jamstown, Kentucky, Why Not Read The that?" Shuddering, the girl shrank away from him. Her lips moved, but the j power of speech had deserted her. Sadly he reached for his hat. Philadelphia Times. . Courier J a un-dersta- nc con-valese- nt. deceased, who had been ailing for some time, decided to consult Sir Thomas Fraser. After a careful examination SlFThoinas pronounced his verdict and added, "You must go to Algiers or some winter resort on the Riviera." "Impossible!" said the ecclesiastic. "1 have too much work to get through." "Well." said Sir Thomas, "you must make your choice. It is ah either Algiers or ah heaven." "Dear me!" said the patient, with a sigh. "Then I suppose it must be Algiers." University of Edinburgh Student. Taking a Chance. Kind Old Lady Well, ray boy. what is the matter? Boj' Muvver sent me for tuppence worth o soap, an' I've lost the tuppence. Kind Old Laay Well, never mind. Here's twopence for you. IIow did you lose it? Boy Playing pitch and toss. Every-body'Weekly. s A Divine's Choice. A celebrated Scottish divine, lately Journal? HENRYf&WATTEKSON Editor. We Can'I Furnish You The Adair County News and the Weekly Courier-Journal Guaranteed. WOODSON LEWIS Again Postponed. Shem. having been rebuffed several times, had hecouie decidedly impatient. "Father," he said, "why under the sun can't we leave the ark now? Tu'.' water has subsided!" "Wet grounds." laconically answe-p- d Xoah. Chicago Tribune. Aggressive. "These men." said Mrs. Voteby Gumin, "are becoming very assertive and aggressive." "Yes," replied Mrs. Baring Banners, "something must be done to check them. The first thing we know they will be wearing the divided, skirts."-Chlca- go Record. Both One Year For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- and year $4.00 First Youth Scientists say that trees rontribute to the heat of the atmosphere. Second Youth That's so. A birch has warmed me many a time. Stray Ptories. i Applied Science. pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order f to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. its-mo- on j ' -- 2t "That man eating lion glared at you just before you shot him?" Nineteen Miles a Second. "Intently." replied the scientist. "He Without a jar, shock or disturbance, appeared as it ne were lootung me over for a pure food label." Washington is the awful speed of our earth through Star space. We wonder at such ease of na' Watson, the Needle! ture's movement, and so do those who She Miss Hawty's dimple is awfully take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No deep, isn't It? Looks like a gimlet hole. He Perhaps that's what gives her griping1, no distress, Just thorough such a bored expression. Boston work that brings good health and fine Transcript. feelings. 95c. Paull Drugr -- Awful Moment. C. V" --- w vm THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS WINTER SPRAYING. SEPULCHERS OF WAX. r 7 Sulphur Springs. Mr. R. W. Lloyd is on the sick Don't Suffer! hd been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but ! was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework. "I d LARDU I Womanllbriic You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Writs to: Ladies Advisory DcpL, Chattenooca Medicine Co., Chattanooca, Tenn., book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. 1 60 for Special Instrvcttotis, and 64-pa- ge Place Names That Dot It Breathe of Its Tragedies. I The history of the toll of the strait of To Mothers-Ari- d Others. Res. 'Phone 29. Office 'Phone 40- -i Magellan began when the first primitive canoe capsized and fatally spilled You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve its dark skinned Amerinds into the icy to cure children of eczema, rashes, tetDr. James Triplet! waters of this southern archipelago. ter, chafingscaly and crusted humors, AND The flrst white man's toll was paid on as well as their accidental injuries, his maiden passage through the strait Dentist. by the man whose name the strait now cuts, burns, bruises, etc , with perfect bears, and the price exacted was one Nothing else heals so quickly. safety. of the flower of his fleet and the deserJEFFRIES BLOCK For boils, ulcers, old, running or fever tion of others, which turned tail for cts. at COLUMBIA sores or piles it has no equal. KENTUCK1 home before the bitter blasts from the Paull Drug Co. western unknown. Since that long 300 years ago these wild and forbidding regions have exBOTH ONE YEAR acted their heavy toll of life and y5XaSC?(SXsXS) property from every maritime nation of the globe which has sought to use these "ends of the earth" as a highway. The very names given by explorers to these parts are a clew to its hisTHE LOUISVILLE TIMES tory and character Mount Darwin, Beagle channel, Mount Sarmiento, the best afternoon paper prinDesolation Island,1 Thieves be?. Port state experiment station or agricul- Famine, Mount Misery, Unfit bay. Last tural college for identification- - The Hope Inlet, in many cases spelling tragted anywhere. NflL specimens should be closed securely in edy in its worst forms. Outing. a small tin can or other tight recepHas the best corps of corres tacle, so that the scale, if present, will Stevenson's Name. wards heaven and her face radi-enot get scattered through the mails. HENRY WATTERSON, No modern writer is better known pondents. These institutions are always glad to by his initials than liobert Louis Stewith heavenly light and give advice along such lines. II. P. venson, but "R. L. S." was arrived at closed her eyes on this earth and Stuckey of Georgia Experiment Station after considerable experiment. Covers the Kentucky field perin Ste-- . Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in Southern Cultivator. venson's baptismal names were Robert was bourn an Angel in presence fectly. prints all the news without politics. Lewis Balfour, and the third name of the King to behold him in his caused the difliculty. Uutil he was Covers the general news fielo fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 about fifteen he signed t himself "R. beauty and to be with him forKeep up your talk in favor of , j Stevenson." After that he oecasional- a 3'ear, but 3'ou can get the WEEKLY better farming until your nelgh- I ly used Stevenson, "R. L. B." in 1SGS ever. We look away through completely. bors join you in an effort to pro-- f COURIER-JOURN- AL duee more on the same land. X ' he asked his mother to address him as our tears to the time when we Has the best and fullest mar "Robert Lewis," but a year or two Our average yield of staple crops will be with our love ones again. later, as he expressed it in a letter to 4 is entirely too low and far below Mr. Baxter, "after several years of While we may not understand kets reports. X what we can produce. feeble and ineffectual endeavor with !wAAAt-'lMMi!DEMOCRATIC in politics, but regard to my third initial (a thing 1 why He sends to us such grief loathe)," he finally abandoned it alto- and loss we kneel and whisper BOTH ONE YEAR fair to everybody. For Holding Log on Sawbuck. gether. Stevenson when about eightAn Illinois correspondent sends to een changed the spelling of his second through our tears a prayer for the Farm Journal tho following meth- name from "Lewis" to "Louis," but help and know he hears. After SEND YOUR SUBSCRIPod of holding wood on a sawbuck: "In Lewis he remalued at all times in the either one of the pieces marke'd D mouth of his family and friends. funeral services conducted by put at the upper Rev. J. R. Morris, we laid the TION RIGHT AWAY end an eight or Origin of the Moss Roee. tenpenny nail. A. The reputed origin of the moss rose. body to rest in the family bury- 1 B M WM Take a Chain. B, i iippnrdlnfr to tho Pprslsin Iptroncl. Is sn ing ground in the presence of a about three feet i pretty a tale that it will have a Poor Chap. if you will give or send your order to this with links j manlic interest for all who love that large circle of friends, having holes large QId world and delichtful member of Seth Barton French,at a dance paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Her cousin, G. F. G, enough to pass a the great rose family. It appears that at Sherry's, in New jjYork, nail head through in the long ago the angel whose task them. At one end it was to tend the flowers, wearied the American snob. of the chain put a with his labors, fell asleep beneath a Dogfish. "America is a republic," he weight, C; a box rosebush and on waking, refreshed LOO HOLDER. Coiirier-JorHii- al, said. "We all began even the filled with sand or with its perfume and the had a few bricks or rocks tied together afforded him, bade It ask shade itboon ' A fisherman from Montauk mightiest of us humbly and for any will do the heavier the better. Then it wished. "Give us," said roses, Point was telling his the friends of simply. When I hear one per the wood to be sawed is put on the "some further charm." and the angel, Courier-Journ- al, buck in the regular way. as shown. stooping, picked up some of catching a huge dogfish that had son snubbing another on groundo moss Put the chain B over it and fasten to j on which he had beep lying the en- a most abnormal skull. The and A, so that the weight C will be about veloped the flowers with it, telling j angler operated on his ugly and of birth the thing strikes me as two inches from the ground. This i them that this green covering, being ludicrous and unreal. It reminds We can give you a combination cut saves a lot of trouble." the emblem of modesty and humility, worthless catch, and found in the rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write would make the moss rose the fairest skull all that was left of a once me of a Mayflower girl. ' of its species and its queen for all time. istrong Live Stock and Dairy. "A girl of Mayflower descent rubber band. Evidently this paper. Pall Mall Gazette. when that big dogfish was little yielded to the pinch of poverty There's a salve for every sore, but it Queen Elizabeth's Jester. do any good if the sore is on the i won't sufficiently to marry a Grand Pace, jester to Queen Elizabeth, was some angler WHO naO rigged up horse and the salve remains in the drug But her husso bitter in his retorts on her that he for C0(J or other bottom fish had Rapids millionaire. store. was once forbidden her presence. The mare is the most successful dual band was a plebian.and she nevpurpose animal on the farm, perform- After he had been absent for some Caught the dog around its gills forgive him. She ing almost a season's work and raising time a few of his friends entreated her an(j turned Jc j003e expecting er would practically as good a colt as though majesty to receive him back into favor. would never cease insulting him engaging for him that he would be the tortured thing to die. she spent the entire, year' in idleness. on account of his low origin. Tfa t recalled the to In compounding rations for the cows more guarded in future On his return. fh J however. Pace was as bad as ever. the herdsman should not overlook the INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD "She was shopping one day "Come on. Pace." said the queen in some fishermen not SO gentle fertilizing value of the different feeds a gracious humor "Now we shall hear For example, with nitrogen at 15 cents j and humane as the ruling angler and a salesman said to her: We will save you money on a 2fr inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long per pound and phosphoric sicid and pot of our faults." "And to whom shall I send the "No, madam." said Pace. "1 never jtreat the poor but pestiferous as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights ash at 4 cents, a ton of corn is worth 6.45, while cottonseed meal would fig talk of what Is discussed by all the ' dogfishes when they are caught. parcel madam? and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. world!" ure $23.75. 2-- " WEEKLY I Recommended by Georgia Expert Measure Against San Jose Scale. There was a time when good fruits could bo grown with little or no spraying. But that time has passed, for, with the growth of the nursery business and the dissemination of imported nurserj stock, injurious Insects and fungous diseases have been so thoroughly dlstrlb uted all over our fruit growing sections that unless stringent measures are re sorted to very little first class fruit can be produced. If an orchardist does not intend to spray his fruit trees he had about as well cut them down and grow other crops on the soil, for an uncontrolled attack of the San Jose scale will in a very few years put practically the entire orchard out of commission. This scale is now so prevalent that few or chards are clear of it or can hope to remain so. A large number of the volunteer fruit trees in the fence corners and along the roads are infected and serve to spread the Insect to orchards, even if there were not other chances of infection. In fact, the matter narrows itself down to the point where we must either spray or buy our fruit from the man who does spray. There are certain scah, insects, espe cially the San Jose scale, which can not be successfully combated during the summer, for at this time the trees are in full foliage and are so tender that any spray solution which will kill the scale is liable to kill the trees also. For this reason we have to resort to fall and winter spraying. At this time the trees are dormant and more resistant to spray solutions, so that we can use solutions sufficiently caustic to kill the scale and yet not injure the trees. The San Jose scale is known in almost all horticultural literature. However, it is sometimes surprising to know how many owners of small orchards do not know the San Jose scale when they see it on a tree. This scale is of a brownish gray color and is ordinarily not larger than the head of a pin. It attaches itself to the bark of fruit trees, giving the limbs of the trees a grayish scaly appearance. If one of these scales is mashed with the point of a knife or other instrument a yellow fluid is mashed out. Any grower who is not familiar with this scale should send specimen pieces of limbs that are thought to be infected to his Tombs That Bees Sometimes Erect In Their Hives. Bees have a very ingenious and sanl-'- j tary way of disposing of a mouse or a slug that may happen, by accident or design, to And its way into their hive. When tho intruder is killed the problem arises how to deal with the body. If it is impossible to expel or dismember it they will proceed methodically to inclose it in a veritable sepulcher of THE I list. J. N. Garrett was in Burkes-vill- e Tuesday on business. Several plant beds have been burned in this part of the com munity. one of his hives a beekeeper disWe are sorry to report that covered three such tombs side by side, erected with party walls like the cell Mr. Finis Thurman is no better. of the comb, so that no wax should Miss Georgia Garrett and little be wasted. These tombs the prudent "sextons" had raised over the remains of three snails that a child had Introduced into the hive. As a rule, when dealing with snails, bees will be content to seal up with wax the opening of the shell. But in this case the shells were more or less cracked and broken, and they had considered it simpler, therefore, to bury the entire snail. They had further contrived, in order that traffic might not be impeded in the entrance hall of the hive, a number of galleries exactly proportionate, not to their girth, but to that of the male bees, which are almost twice as large as the workers. London Standard. LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 Miss Mass Collins, visitedlat J. N. Garretts Thursday. BRIGHTER, BETTER,! BIGGER THAN EVER STRAIT OF MAGELLAN. GOURIER-JOUR- On the 23 day of Feb., the angels of Death visited the home of J. N. Garrett and took for its victim their loving daughter Lot- tie. She was born Fed. 2. 1889. and was married to Will Yorkin April the 13, 1908. Lottie was converted in her childhood days and lived a devoted christian un til her death, she leaves a hus band, one child, father, mother, one brother and one sister to mourn her loss. She was a kind wife dutiful and loving sister. The babe she left is only 15 months old, and will never know . i ' tne love OI a mother. It IS hard to give up our love ones by ties of nature. We weep, but when we thing about sufferingand pain on earth brings and to know from the bright evidence she1 left that she is happier and walk- ing the gold .pave streets wear-- ! ing a crown and rejoicing with tne angeis, it is wrong to grieve but Jet us take comfort in her last words and prepare to meet her. She knew every one on up the end. raised both hands tont the;beguurpsice ofj THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ' IS $5.00 A YEAR. IF YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE TO US. YOU CAN GET J ADAIR COUNTY NEWS THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES FOR ONLY $4.50. Editor s It , I ' and;the adaib county n For $m(7 ro-lon- g, con-demm- ed Daily; Yr $6.00 ! Sunday Yr $2,00 j I ! I j I I I j ELLW00D 26 WRE FENCEi ' j 58 INCH SOINCI1 i 34INCH S6INCH 18 INCH TmNrjmruutm Wh men f7wA7AA7 .AAftAAnnHflAMAAAAAAAAi -- V Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116 East Market Street, Eetween First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. Horses that have a tendency to kid ney trouble, often manifest in azoturia, may be helped quite a bit by giving them a dose of saltpeter now and then. In severe cases, where' the limbs are tffected with the overflow of albumen in excellent medicine fs Fowler's solution put on the oats or ground feed. The dose should be increased from ? teaspoonful at Orst to a tablespoonfui given twice a day. Where oats are scarce cornmeal and bran, mixed at the rate of one part meal to two parts bran, make a fine feed for horses. Feed according to what the team is doing four quarts three times a day when working and considerably less when standing in tb barn. Horses should get their meals at the same hour every day, should have water three times every day and a. lump of salt in the manger. Children are much more likely to contract the contageous diseases when A Careful Clerk. they have colds. Whooping cough. "Why didn't you praise that sausage diptheria, scarlet fever and consump- :. more?" demanded the grocer. "That comes wiggling up, tail first, on- - ' tion are diseases thatr are often con- sausage is all right" ly to go down again and repeat i traded when the child has a cold. "It doesn't pay to praise sausage too until thi That is wfay a11 medical authorities say highly," retorted the new clerk. "It the 'performance might wag its tail." Washington Her- wretched things dies. Frequent- - beware of colds. For the quick cure of colds y0u will find nothing better ald. is no beer bottle ! than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. ly, when there upon Money is a bottomless sea in which had, a piece of wood will It can always be depended For andjs honor, conscience and truth may be to be and safe to take. sale by pleasant drowned. Kozlay. do just as well, or just as ill. Drug Co. Paull The Planet Mercury. Mercury is so close to the sun that i bottle handy, and this is tightly it at times receives nine times the. corked and tied tc the tail of the amount of heat received by the earth. It would be much too hot on Mercury fish, which is thrown back into to permit life at all similar to what goes to the bottom, i we have on our own planet, and there the sea. It has never been any discussion regard- of course, but the steady pull of! ing the habitnbility of Mercury. . Generally there is an empty beer i "With her nose in the air she turned to her maid and said. "Marie, tell this man your master's name. I1 never can re- member it myself." m I that airfilled bottle finallv proves to much for its strength, and it I I j : I - -- '. ' '.& e 8 i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Humble. M Cane Valley. in very bad condition with pul Esto, a few days ago. He was. HUBBUCH BROS. & WELLENDORFF taken to Geen River to be buried.' monary trouble. Mr. Neat, a traveliag man for My. T. D. Flanagan is doing a The readersl of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Wayne Goode, has been on the He was a good Christian boy. Otter & Co., was here one day will be pleased to heart that our facilities for handling flourishing business at this place. sick list for several days, but is Alex Aker's wife died last last week, better at this writing. We un- Saturday night, after a long illFloor Coverings of AH Kinds Mr. Sigle Coffeylof Ono, Mr. Ed Hood, sold to Mr. derstand he will return to the L. ness. She was buried at Jeff relatives here last week. Have been greatly enhanced. More space is devoted Hadley's March the 11th. Eugene Grasham 7 hogs at 5 cts. W. T. S. when well again. stocks to the practical display of immense of Mr. Bill Owens made a busi Miss Ruth Sublett and Mr. Mr. Bill Price is on the sick Mrs. Bun Humphress, who ness trip to A. R. Foley's recentCarpets, Rugs and Linoleums Foree Hood, spent last Sunday was confined to her bed several list. Has been in poor health ly. with Mr. John Faulkner and A new handsome Store Room hus been arranged for Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Ashbrook weeks with typhoid fever has for a long time. the showing of wife. Misses Alda and Bertha McKin- visited the formers parents most recovered. Mrs. Claude Martin, of Sparks-villLace Curtains and Draperies Mr. Sherman Keath, agent for ley were visiting Miss Ada Bibee Thursday. was visiting Rev. W. S. day. Our old and new friends will be delighted to 'see our Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Cravens are the Clementsville spoke Co., has the other Dudgeon and family last week. Merchandise, Quality and price always reliable at our opened up a yard at this place, There will be an Easter meetnumbered with thelsick. big live store. and is giving good satisfaction. ing here at the Oak Grove church Miss Rachel Hancock, was on Mr. W. M. Robertson lost a sick list last week. Mr. Almon Woliord, contem- - this year. First, Rev. Nathan the Hubbuch Bros. & Wellendorff, valuable colt last week. Mr. Henry Moore, sold one plates going to Louisville to work Antle will sing at 10 o'clock, afIncorporated Mr. Owen White was in our ter which, Eld. Charley Deener, shoat to Mr. Ira Vaughn for $7. midst Saturday . 522 and 524 West Market St. Messrs. Herbert and Walter Mr. Wilber Daugherty, sold of the Baptist church, will preach Mr. Walker Cravens, Jr., has Louisville, Kentucky. to Mr. Burk Tucker, the Easter sermon. Dinner on Furkin, have returned from a to his home at Illiapolis, his farm returned and removed to Clementsville. the grounds if you will bring weeks visit to Ne Hope. 111. Mr. Finis Willis and sister, of Mr. Tucker sold his farm to Mr. your dinner with you, after Misses Sallie Robinson, Cleo George Beard, and moved to the which Professor Robert Antle Campbellsville, spent Saturday Fitch, and Sarah E. Abrell, of farm bought of Mr. Daugherty. will speak on a subject of his night and Sunday with Mr. T. A. Tarter, visited relatives and Mr. Beard sold his farm to Mr. own choosing. Then singing by Furkin and family. friends of this place Friday and Bailey, and Moved to the farm Bro. Antle. The object tff this Mr. Oscar Edrington, who has Wholesale and Retail Saturday. meeting is to try to get money to been home quite a while- on a he bought of Mr. Tucker. Master Marcus E. Willin who (paint this house this spring. visit, left last Thursday for 111.5 ' knifley. has been visiting his grandmothCome friends and help us a little Mrs. T. I. Smith, who has been i Mrs, E. P. McKinney, has er, on this line, and God will bless All Kiiub of Plaining Mill Work, 5ash, Doors and Blinds in Louisville" for the past week March has continued the bad returned to his home at Joppa. you. Columbia, Kentucky. has returned with her Millinery weather that prevailed through Ira Cravens lost a valuable January and Bebruary, no farm goods. Ella. milch cow recently. work of any kind being done. Absher. The roads are in a very bad Mr. Luther Coffey of JamesThe health of this section is condition at this place. town, has been visiting his sister GROVE - STOCK - FARM very good except bad colds. On account of the rain Green LUViU3 1 S. L. Williams happened Mr. Mrs. T. D. Flanagan. The Columbia mail has failed to a bad accident one day last river and Casey creek, were past Misses Rose Ashbrook, and to reach this place several times week, while rolling logs. He let fording and the mail failed to reach Watson and Knifley last Ada Foley visited the latters in the last two or three months one roll over his foot, causing Friday. grandmother, near Font Hill last him much pain. on account of high water. Miss Vinnie Weatherford, week. John D. Lowe was to see our spent Thursday night at H. B. Mr. Charlie Hammonds, the merchants last week, and had Williams visited Miss Lizzie Robertson's. n stock dealer, passed as good trade as usual. Abrell, last Sunday. Migseg and Audra m through here one day last week. Dr. Ferryman, who has been lingham. spent Monday nisrh t at moved to Mr. Abe Sherrell has Mrs. Ion Smith was here shopthe farm bought of W. J. Bot- sick for some time, is no better. Mrs. Elizabeth Cooley's. ping Wednesday, Mr. Phil Sherrill, bought four Mrs. Sarah Abrell visited the tom. Mr. B. S. Ashbrook is visiting Mr. Rurel Tucker, removed to family, of Mr. Bob Pike, last shoats from W. P. Dillingham. 3 2 Price unknown. Hodgenville. his brother at Mr Lon Clelf's one day last! Thursday. Mr. Albert Moore, of Purdy, ivir. ih. r. ivicivmney wno nasi weefc JELt.VJHN .BJJRJD The little child of Mr. Henry was in this neighborhood cne been confined to his room for Stock that will make the Season of 1912 at Dee Knifley 's child that was Pike, is quite sick. day last week buying poultry. sometime is improving. Mrs. S. R. Thomas, is improvrun over by a wagon, is gettin my Barn. Master Johnny and Jimmie Mr. J. B. Cravens and mother aong nicely, ing. Sherrill, spent Tuesday night at moved to their new home. have RAVEN BIRD tQ Mrs. Mary L. Hardwick was Deleny Robertson. wife of Henry The gasoline mill is near com-- 1 Humphress, last week, a still visiting at Mr. Abrell's, one day Mrs. Ermine Green, is spend- - Sired by Red Bird 195G, he by Cabell's Joe Brown 1955, he by pletion and will be" ready for j30rfl cnjid ing a few weeks at Mr. J. W. Cabell's Lexington 3234, by Gist's Black Hawk. last week. 1st dam Authilia Thompson, by Thompson's Lexington, he by business soon. Misg Lmie wheeler spent tw0 Mr. Jo Goodin is on the sick Forths near Cane Valley. Cabell's Lexinffton 3234 Bv Gist's Black Hawk. 2nd dam bv Cald- Misses Rose Askbrook, Ada! weeks with her sjsterMrs. J. W. list. The candy pulling at Mr. D. well's Denmark, hebyKing Denmark. 3rd dam Bonie, by Old Robertson was largely attended. ' Nat Brown 81. and Aldie Foley were delightful-- , Absher, near 'Absher, Ky. Mr. Clabe Buck, was thrown All reported a nice time. Raven Bird is a beautiful mahogany bay full 16 hands high, 6 ly entertained at the home 6 Owen, a son of Mr. J. H. from a house last Monday, cut- Ty TVTTf twt3 "TTr ' The sale of the late Burt Bry- - years old, he has the best of eyes feet and legs, a beautiful head ' Tucker, is reported very low! ting two gashes in his head. ant, was largely attended, every and neck, a very heavy well set tail, which he at all times carries Wednesday. : ast with that dread disease, con- Miss Rfcwal Williams was vis- - thins: sold well. , to perfection. He possesses extreme speed, style and action, and Mr. Billie 'Bolin is confined to sumpti0n. the most perfect disposition of any stallion I have ever seen or iting Misses Bettie and Bertha Mr. H. B. Robertson, bought pneumonia. his room with handled. He has fine distinct gaits, and goes them ail in a most Born, to the wife of J. B. Wat--1 Bryant, last Saturday night, five shoats of Iven Morris for $10. attractive iranner. You will note from his breeding that he has Miss Rose Ashbrook pleasantly son, Feb., 28th, a son Walter: Lizzie Abrell was . visiting her Mr. R. O. Dillingham, was at for his sire the famous old Red Bird, who has perhaps sired as ' entertained quite a number of Christan. uncle L. H. Bricken, one night home from the L. W. T. S. last many show, and sale horses as any stallion in Kentucky, and traces young folks Friday evening. All on his dam's side to Cabell's Lexington, conceeded by all horsemen Mr. G a r a n Weatherford last week, Friday until Sunday. report a delightful time. ..- bought an aged horse mule at the Miss Nannie Russell, was here to be one of the greatest sires that ever lived. Raven Bird is one of Red Bird's greatest sons, and has proven himself an excellent sale of Bert Bryant, for $86. SSURI a few days last week. breeder, and we have every reason to believe that, if he is given Casey Creek. Mr. Jo Beard, of Jerico, has WIIHlfilf On Saturday morning March an opportunity he will make a reputation equal to that of his worbought the J. B. Russell farm 9th, Joe Andy Bryant, son of Mr. thy sire. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. The farmers are getting anx--WebsteiCs near Watson, on Green River, Geo. Bryant, died at his home Alexander's Artist 4517 A. S. H. R. ious to see fair weather. ' New for $12,000. He gets posession near Egypt church, after an ill- - Sired by Fayette Artist 4516 he by Kentucky Artist 1455, he by Several men in this vicinity Jan., 1, 1913. ness 6i several months of which Artist Montrose 51, he by Artist 75 by King William 67. have sown tobacco beds, pre1st dam Louise Cabell 5900 by Red Squirrel 53. 2nd dam he bore with Datience. He was John Holt sold his farm to a' paring for tobacco crops this Dictionary ready when the summons came."?1? C'1130 by Jewel Denmark 70 by Washington Denmark 64. North Carolina man, for $1,600. ' summer. 3rd dam by Dew Drop, by Cabells Lexington. Alexander s Artist THE MERRIAM WEBSTER? He was about twenty-si- x He will go to Florida. years s beautiful red che3tnut, five years old, 15J hands high. You fl De Knifley 's, child who was old. He leaves an aced father. ,;n Moffat. Qfoii,v.r.c, B ecause it is a NEW CREAora fflr if a nm fVio onva fV.of f TION, covering every Rows X Roads. thrown from a wagon and hurt, thought, two brothers and two sisters. in TCpntno.Tcv. He is a orand individual and in everv wav as field of tho world's action and culture. The only and also had pneumonia fever is new unabridged dictionary in to mourn their loss. He will be as his breeding. He is thoroughly broken to double and single har many years. . ., improving slowly. ' Bill Cdok is doing a lot of slat greatly missed from this com- ness, and nicely gaited, in fact he is a combined horse of high Because " d5fines over'400,000 Mr. Harvy Chelf and family, and wire fencing that is improv-ar- e Wor ds; more than ever munity where he was reared. class, and presents a magnificient appearance anywhere you place before appeared between two him. His future as a show horse and as a producer of saddle horsgoing to Mattoon 111., where ing the looks of his farm very covers. 2700 Pages. 6000 XI- The funeral services were con- es, will compare most favorably with the best. Fee, $10.00 to inInstrations. they will go into the restaurant much. ducted by Rev. W. S. Dudgeon, sure a living colt. Because. We wish him much; Jim Oaks is having him a new business. after which he was laid to rest in page. A "Stroke of Genius." . Marion success. ground cleared. Jim is a hustler. the family burying ground near 6 years old, 15hands Because ' s arL encyclopedia in Marion is a black Jack with white-point- s, a single volume. being Hurry up Jim. The school at this place, his home. The family have the high, extra good length, heavy bone and foot, good head and'ers. s accepted by the Rorancp taught by Prof. Strange, is pro-- ! Butler Kelsay bought a cow Courts, Schools and sympathy of the entire He has lots of substance, in fact he has all of the desirable features Press as the one supreme auJack. He has proven himself very sure and a nUat thority. v a first-clas- s gressing nicely, both pupils and ast week for $25. excellent breeder. Service fee $10.00 to insure a living colt. who knw,B a Because patrons like him very much as a! Jim Holt is putting in new us toU Success. you about this new work. Children are much more likely to; The above described stock will do service at my barn in Colunvn teacher. goods .at Esto. V to-da- y, e, j ! this-sprin- g. Sandusky & Co. LUMBER - ! ; I I I I ! well-know- i j j j a i I j TVT T n-ii-- i i ! I 1 j WM lewwii , j International . j : -- fi-mr- I j j ( j "AS'SISSS . ' A . j " Miss Lillie Wilkinson of Liber- - tinnterchool i. xni-- aUbis placeney ;.- jm Mondayjto take the Normal.,' gelby, Sen., will move to. JHplE's mill days.fl crop with:his' brother," Tom, J r m infetf i.j'-.c- - j G-- 4 KeatkrathJjppr,rctlTeFEXEjwtorpH:i.rtop.I wet- WEITE tat rptcima. of new divided f&tt. C. MERRIAM CO.. Pnllklien, SpriatfeU, Hut. contract the contageous diseases when bia. they have colds Whooping coucrh; .consump i - a ". . 1 1 3W.V? I ' VT , ft' -, 'SmsjSr " ., .j Mv. John Holt,, has" sold,Put( Mrst. Minnie . i. tti i: i viaitiug ana is gmig " .cnuiua lu mane j.mui wcic, ,.::.: :j- t. "his future home. 'Owen, son of J. H. Tucker, . taken to prevent at Beldon Chamberlain's Liniment: Not 'ohecasj' thMn Chanjberlauv's, j of RHeumatism'iriMf rr requires' anylm-- it can always be depended upon and is should, any qccur Helm's last week. ternaltreatment whatever. This lin pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Arthur White of color, died at! imenfis forsale by Paull Drug Co, is' Paull Drug Co. i ! '. ;f , "fany lj. sufferers , ftom rheumy . -j , iVT-i- t fe - miy jejiytheria, scarlet feverr 'and tion are diseases that are often con trUcted whenthe- child' has a cold; 11 medical authorities say beware of colds. For the quick cure will; I am prepared to take care of mares sent to ma from,a di--- . i. n.t,C'l . j. rr i 'I --ti find'thW ouenL-Kemedv- oetter All Li. will receive my personal attention,' and due care stock AfS.-CHEWNIN- altases m0neyisdue and must bepaidr when mares are brt K stock, tradid, parted with or removed from neighbor mtimf " wij 'V. j.ii , accidents and"escaiies,wbutv'will not be refpootk m ' i rr c Vt Columbia, Ke iJPKf &; y ' iff i