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Sad Death at Cane Valley. o'clock, Miss Rachel Hancock, who was about fifteen years old, a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. 5. M. Hancock, died at the residence of her parents, Cane Valley, this county. She was a victim of typhoid fever and was confined to her bed about six weeks. This death is a serious blow to the father and mother, who only two months ago lost their oldest son. Rachel was a favorite about Cane Valley, and her death brought sorrow to many homes. She was a member of the Christian 5 - The News will not be issued next week,xlueto a readjustment of the Dr. Garlin Grissorn and Miss Jim- press now under construction. When mie Curd Left for Tennessee the next issue is run the press will be on a concrete foundation, and whethAltar. er any improvement will be noticeable in its geneeral appearance or not, it will be unquestionably better on the press, and more pleasant for its oper- ACCOMPANIED BY TWO FRIENDS. ator. This has been under contemplation Tor some time, issue will be missed. Leg and only one Last Wednesday night Dr. Garlin Grissorn and Miss Jimmie Curd eloped for Birdtown, Teun., accompanied by Mr. Walter Goff and Miss Bess Hunn. Doubtless they were married some time during the day Thursday. All the parties returned home Friday and received the congratulations of their many friends. This couple has been keeping company for the past year, and it was generally believed that they, would BroKen, Mr. W. T. Acree, who lives near Roy, this county, met with a serious accident about ten days ago. He was hooking up a horse, the animal becoming unruly, kicked Mr. Acree, breaking his right leg below the knee. Dr. Neathery, of Russell Springs, was called and reduced the fracture, placing the broken limb in a box. Several days thereafter the patient, in his sleep, perhaps, kicked the broken limb from the box, and from that time he has not been do ing well. Dr. Woodrulf Flowers was called Sunday, and later he called Dr. C. M. Russell, who failed to get the information in time to meet Dr. Flowers in consultation: and the two phyicsians will go to Mr. Acree'shome and in all probability will amputate the limb. to-da- y, eventually get married, but the elope' ment was a surprise. The groom is a young physician, who graduated from the Louisville School of Medicine several years ago, and is a son of Dr. W. R. Grissorn. The bride is a popular young lady, a daughter of Mrs. Sophronia curd. May peace and happiness bless tins union, is the wish of many friends of the contracting parties. For Sale at Auction. rr i ii xi iiuu auiu puviiLtJiy uuiuiu x ...mi on win Saturday, Oct. 12, 1912, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. offer my home at Loretto, Ivy. ..- Attorney General James Garnett had his household goods packed last week, preparatory for shipping to Frankfort, and in a few days himself, wife and son will leave for the Capital where they will reside during Mr. Garnett's term of office. Every body in Adair county was glad when our distinguished citizen was elected, no one dreaming that the. position would necessarily force him to remove from the community. He is of that character of man that will leave a vacancy that will be hard to fill. He is enterprising, and has ever been ready to lend his influence and to give of his means to every object that had for its purpose the advancement of Columbia and Advil' county, hence he and his interesting famiiy will be We can only hope greatly missed. departure of this family will that the not be linal and that at the expiration of Mr. Garnett's term of office they will return to Columbia, where they will be met with a unanimous and cordial greeting, and in the meantime they are invited to visit the old haunts as often as possible. Their friends at all times will stand ready to greet them. Last Friday morning at Church, and took a great interest in itsSunday school, always in attendance unless prevented by sickness. She was also faithful to her Church, ever ready to do any duty laid upon her. She will be sorrowfully missed by parents, brothers and sisters, and al! her youud companions. The funeral services were held at the Christian church, in Cane Valley, Saturday, many relatives and friends being present. May God comfort those who have been so sorely bereft. as follows: The fall session of the Presbytery of Transylvania is to be held in Columbia, Oct., 18 to 21. This will bring together about 30 or 40 Ministers and lay delegates in the varied interests of the denomination wii be discussed and at the same time there will be a number of popular addresses by able men of the church on themes that will be of interest to all Christian people. The Presbyterian church is undergoing thorough repairs, and will be to the public by the time the Presbytery convenes. The popular hours on the program will be ed Editor News: Of course as most people know, when 1 am not otherwise engaged, am lookiug around for something out of the ordinary, and listening to the opinions, of people upon various sub- I Friday 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18, "The Need of Evangelism" Revs. C. C. Brown and Carl Mitchel. Saturday 11 a.m., Opening Sermon-R- ev. C. S. Watson. Saturday 4 p. m., "Systematic Giving" Rev. Dr. McDowell. Saturday 7:30, "Better Sunday School Organization" Bev. Dr. W. A. Provine. Sunday 11 a. m., Sermon by Moderator and Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Rev. W. II. C Sandidgc and Rev. J. S. Turner administering. For Sale I will sell The Adair County of News at a reasonable price and on inviting terms j Juror Faints. :..ti.. i.r payments. It is Last Thursday afternoon as the McAllister trial was proceeding, Mr. to the highest and best bidder. The John Arnold, who was one of the, property contains about (5 acres. The jurors, stepped to the water cooler house has 8 good-siz- e rooms,halIs.bath and after drinking he suddenly fell to and colonial porch on two sides, and the floor in a faint. The occurrence all modern conveniences. Good gar-debarn crib, 2 cisterns, all necessary created a commotion, but after a short time Mr. Arnold got better and was outbuildings in good repair. Beautiremoved to the Hancock Hotel, and i ful locust grove surrounding the later he drove to the resiaence of Mr. house Possession given in 30 days. (1-J. 11. Young for the night. Friday Same will be sold one-hacash, morning he was still complaining and balance in one and two years, with inwas not able to sit as a juror, and the terest from date of sale. Parties decase wrs continued until the January siring to examine the property will call on the undersigned. term of the Adair circuit court, Emily J. Cummins, Loretto, Ky. Officers Elected. u, J lf 2) one of the best equipped country plants in the State and is doing about $7,000.00 business annually. This is a great opportunity for any enterprising young man. Outside business complications and bad health reason for selling. call if you mean business. 3 p. m., Home Missions Rev, IF. S. Attractive Footwear for every foot, Murdock. and prices to suit your purse at 7:30 p. m. Foreign Missions -- Pie v. V. P. M. Yeaman. Sinclairs Monday 8:30 a. m., Business of the Presbytery concluded. Louisville Conference. A basket luncheon will be served by the ladies of the church, at 11:30, so Thegappointmeiits for the year were that visitors read out last Monday morning. The can getaway leaving for the railroad In time to catch the affollowing will be the location of some Write or C. S. Harris. ministers known here: Columbia W. F. Hogard, P. E. Columbia, .7. S. Chandler. T. L. Hulse, Pembroke. A. R. Kasey, nopkinsville. J. W. Weldon, West Broadway, Louisville. W. A. Grant, Earlington. I. W. Napier, Cane Valley. D. T. Tarter, Jamestown. J. L. Murrell, Monticello. ternoon train. It is expected that there will be a goodly number of visitors attending the Presbytery. Will Go to Winchester. jects. The other day I happened to-bsitting near two gentlemen who were discussing church affairs, and as to the qualities a man or woman should possess to make a model church member. From the view I arrived at after hearing the gist of the argument, and" from the high plane fixed by one of the gentlemen on model church membership, I concluded that there are but few model members in any of the churches of this day and time. It seems that the standard fixed for the model church member'is very lofty, and as a matter of fact should be, but according to the scriptures men-an- d women both sin because of the devil's temptations and the weakness of the human flesh. Men in this world have so many thiugs to contend with, that it is hard for most of them to say they sin not. 1 doubt veryseri-ousl- y if the line was drawn tight, and the searchlight thrown onto every Church member's life, whether one-ha- lf of them would prove to be model church members. The little hidden sins, hypocraey, one of the worst foesof-- church member, hatred and envy, two other nefarious acquisitions of some church members, are all contemptible in the extreme, and no true church member if he or she possesses any of the spirit of God, can harbor any of these things and claim to be a model church mema ber. A Body Blow. To be Married This Week. Columbia Chapter, No., 7, Royal Arch Masons, elected the following officers, .for the ensuing year, last Friday night: J. R. Garnett, II. P. Gordon Montgomery. King. S. C. Neat, Scribe. G. P. Smythe, P. S. R. II. Durham, C. of J I. J. E. Murrell, R. A. C. W. R. Myers, M ;5rd V. Frank Sinclair, M 2nd V. T. Mercer, M 1st V. Horace Jeffries, Sec. R. F. Paull. Treas Geo. A. Smith, Sentinel. Notice. All those who are indebted to the Miss Eliza Gibbs, who was at the head of the music Department in Lindse School several years ago, and Mr. Evan Price, of Bellings, Montana, will be mrrried in Mexico, Mo., the home of the intended bride, next Saturday, the 5th of October. Miss Gibbs made a number of friends during her stay m Columbia, all of whom wish her much happiness. A farmer, carrying home an express package he received from a Chicago mail order house, was accosted by a merchant, who said: ''Why didn't you buy that bill of goods from me? I could have saved you the express charges on them, and besides you would have been patronizing a home store." The farmer looked atf the merchant for a full minute and then said: V'Why don't you patronize your o'clock. home paper and advertise?" I read Cane Valley, Friday night Oct. 4' 7 The October Woments Home them and didn't know you had this o'clock. panion. particular line." Gradyville, Saturday morning Oct. 5, 10 The man or woman who has such a The people of Columbia and Adair dislike for any other person county will regret to learn that Rev. are past speaking terms, or that they that talks J. R. Crawford, who has been the pas- about another person to his or her tor of the Presbyterian Church, this hurt, or thatspeaketh not the truth, place, for the past four years has ac or that has malice for any of his or depted a call from the Winchester her fellow members in the churclvin S. G. Sheley, norse Cave. Church, and will leave with his fam- my opinion cannot be a model church R. M. Curry, Cloverport. ily, for that city, some time in Decem member, in view of the scriptural inber. Mr. Crawford is a strong, force- junction. Some people attempt? to ' Roosevelt SpeaRing. ful preacher, a gentleman of learning, cover up their faults and parade as' very entertaining, takes a great inter- model church members, and it may J. W. Dinsmore, Progressive candi- est in his church, and his departure be that they do deceive some people, date for Congress, will speak in the will be not only deeply felt by his own but not all of them. interest of himshlf and of Theodore flock, but by all the denominations of Fred McLean. Roosevelt for President, at the follow- Columbia. Mr. Crawford's compan Miilinery Opening. ion, Mrs. Crawford. is a diligent! ing times and places: church worker, and she and her interKnifley, Thursday night, Oct. 3, 7 esting family of daughters will also be My millinery parlors will be opento o'clock. sadly missed. We can cheerfully com- the ladies of this Pellytou, Friday morning Oct. 4, 10 and adjoining counmend this entire family to the good o'clock. . ties Saturday Oct. 5. Call and see my Purdy, Friday afternoon Oct. 4, 2 people of Winchester. beautiful display of Com- imported and styles in hats. Mrs. Geo. Staples. es late firm of Murrell & Miller either se by note or account are requested to call on Dr. J. X. Murrell at his dental otlice in Columbia, Ivy. and settle tive wants to meet all these former in wedlock. same. Very Respectfully, The groom is a young fanner, who subscribers, make settlements, and Murrell & Miller. has many friends, the bride a popular will insist on them renewing their 47-young lady, a daughter of Mr. J.'H. acquaintance with the paper. Breeding. They will reside at BreedChester Watson, .las. L. Fisher and ing, leaving for their home the mornJack Barger, all convicted at the Few, if any, medicines, have met ing after the ceremony, having spent term of court just closed, were con- with the uniform success that has att at the nancock Hotel. veyed to Frankfort Monday by Sheriff tended the use ef Chamberlain's Colic, A. D. Pattesoo and his deputy, Oliver j Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The ' Sale of Personal Property. Willis. The former will serve from remarkable cures of colic and diar-- ; two to ten, the two latter from one to rhoea which it has effected in almost five years. every neighborhood have given itaj I will, on Tuesday, October S, 1M2, wide, reputation. For sale by Paull sell to the highest bidder, at My resAfter being in session two weeks, Drug Co. idence in Gradyville, the following the busiest term of circuit court held property: Household and kitchen furin Adair county for several years, niture, farming implements, a lot of Notice to Trustees. closed last Saturday. As stated last-.horses, mules and cattle. Sale to beweek a great many misdemeanor cases gin at 10 o'clock a. m. Terms will be were disposed of, and three or four All trustees needing new stoves for made known on day of sale. felony cases. Only a few civil cases tljeir school districts can get them in 47-J. D. Walker. were tried. One pannel of the stand- Columbia, as they are contracted for ing jury was discharged Thursday by the county Board of Education New Dental Office. morning of last week. and must bring in old stoves and ex2t the-nighJ Extra good Values in women's sweatThe Russell circuit court will begin Columbia, Saturday afternoon, Oct. the third Monday in this month, and ers, 50 cts., to $2.50 at 5, 2 o'cloek. doubtless there will be a large number Frank" Sinclairs. Glenville Saturday night Oct. 5, 7 of people in Jamestown the first day. o'clock. x Married. A representative of The News will be Every body invited. in attendance the first of the week. He Junius Hancock, Chnn. Prog Cam. is anxious to meet, all friends of the Com. Mr. J. C. Ueece and Miss Bertie publication. Under the law we have Breeding, of the Elroy country, came Dr. W. Tl. Grissorn, Sec. Prog. Cam. been forced to erase a number of to Columbia last Wednesday and late Com. names from our subscriptiou-list-thowho were more than one year in the afternoon drove to the residence Mrs. Huffaker Dead behind on our books. The representa- of Eld. F. J. Barger, who joinod them Mrs. Huffaker, the wife of Eld. Tobias nuffaker, died Monday night at 11 o'clock. She was an excellent woman and will be greatly christian missed. Much sympathy is being expressed for the husband and children. A more extended notice will be writ ten by some one who was better ac quainted with the deceased. o'clock. For Sale. ! 2t I have 2 pure bred Poland China male pigs for sale. They are 4 months old and fine individuals. If you need a hog of this kind $10.00 will buy either of them if taken by the I5th of this month. No time to lose if you want anextia young hog. Nearly worth the money at market price for feeders. C. S. Harris. 4S-2- The October Woman's Home the first installment of a nserial story by Justus Miles Forman, which has to do with the subject, "Votes For Woman," and is sure to create considerable discussion. The story is entitled "Through The Open Door," and starts out briskly with the principal character, a young woman of nineteen, discovering herself in a state of revolt against her teacher, who is stand pat and conservative to the last degree. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, formerly chief of the Bureau of Chemistry in Washington, contributes to the same number of the Companion a remarkably interesting and useful article entitled "Intelligent Eating," full of specific suggestions to every body. Another notable contribution is entitled "What 1 Got Out of College." the author being a WelJesly College graduate. "What Children Should Eat," by Dr. Roger H. Dennett, a New York specialist on children's diseases, is also a valuable article The regular Cooking, Home Decoration, Housenold and Fashion Department are filled with good reading and with ideas that will help women to save time and money in their housekeeping and dress arrangements. ns Marriage licenses. - The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair county clerk's otlice the month of September: Ed Tarter to Josie Blankenship. Green Hoover to Ada Voils. A. T. Armstrong to Myrtie Phelps. J. R. Garnett to Mary W. Cart-wrig- ht. Harrison to Flosie Bottom. J. T. Brockman to Annie Dudley. Harrison Browe to Mackie Coomer. O. II. Beard to Montra M. Thomas. . Jas. V. Rooks to Lula Pile. Sellaro Loy to Mary E. Sparks. W. II. Eastridge to Minnie L. J. C. Reece to Rertie L. Breeding. A W. R Knight. Chance to Make Money. The Adair County spoke Compady will commence receiving on their yard this place, October 10th. The first man who brings a load of spokes will receive $5.00 more than his load measures. The one whose load brings the most money during the day will be given $5.00 over and above the price of the load. For prices see bills which are atevery post otlice in the county of Adair Rev, J. II. Crawford tired hot shot into the whisky sellers and whisky drinkers before a large audience at the Baptist church last Sunday night. One listener saya that it was the most scathing rebuke of the traffic he ever heard. It is understood that spirits are not legally sold in Columbia, the town being without saloons for nearly a half centurj', yet there are boot leggers who occasionally get in their work. In all probability if they had heard Mr. Crawford they would have concluded that they were in a dangerous and very unpopular, business, and that it was time to quit. t The Epworlh League. change. Gov. Jas. B. McCreary has issued a call asking all citizens throughout the Respt. Pearl Ilindman. Rev. J. II. Crawford, accompanied by Miss Elizabeth Holladay, will go to Edmonton on Thursday to begin revival meetidgs at that place. Evangelist R. W. Lewis will assist in the State to set aside next Tuesday, the Sth, as clean up day. It is requested that all rubbish that might cause lire be removed from premises and that flues and chimneys be cleaned. If proper precaution is now taken for winter fires, thjj Governor thinks thousands of dollars will e saved to1 property owners. 47-2- D Dr. James Triplett, last week, purchased a new and comfortable Dental For Sale, outfit and now offers his professional service to the people of this section. One International Gasoline His many friends and patrons will Engine. One Richmond City Corn find him in his office over Mr. Geo. E. isMill, 14 inch burr. These machies Wilson's store. Elsewhere in this sue his card appears. good as new. Will exchange the engine for a smaller one. I have a 5 year old mule, 15 hands Darnell Bros. high for sale. Oliver Miller, Gadberry, Ky. meeting. Dr. Lewis has a national reputation as a successful evangelist and a good meeting will likely result. Mf.W. S. Feese, son of Mr and Mr. J. Cager Yates, Bradfordsville, Mrs. H. C Feese, this place, enlisted seeing the notice of Mr. C. R. Royse's jn the regular array at Louisville last large apples, writes that he filled a week. He was sent with other re peck measure with twelve apples cruits to ( incinnati. grown on his place. They weighed from 12 to 14 ounces each. Simpson is making for Judge J. J. jiimself a reputation as a freak growof the Read the advertisement er. He lias .sent to this office a bunch Adair.County Spoke Company Jxi to- i dayslSews. rf corn, seven ears grown on on-- i cob. ,- The Rev. O C. Brown, of Louisville, Ky., .vill preach at the Union PresbyColumbia, Ivy. terian church on the 3rd Sabbath in Oct. Mr. Brown will probable be en Andrew . Gowen lias been appoint- gaged to conduct revival services with ' ed post master at Basil, Adair county, this church at. some later date. I have! a pair of buggy horses, bays Teachers. G and 7 years old for sale. Vice C. O. Coomer, resigned. They are ' good ones. Quite a number of men and boys J. H. Judd; of Columbia, were very anx2ous to see Please mail all monthly reports to. Born, to the wife of Lucian Blair, Columbia, Ky. the animals in Ilaag's show. They! me and Ir will ha"Yef them signed by the 23d of September, a daughter. " . 'v left for Campbellsville before sun up the chairman. ", Read the big stock sale, !vwflise& Respt. ., Borp, to the wife of Sam Franklin; Monday morning, fearing that some in this paper by Mr. A. S. Cnwning. get away. of them might .Pearl Hindmau. recently, a son, still born. J-, The open session of the Ep worth League drew a large audience to the Methodist church last Snnday night. Tife program was very interesting, the following persons taking part. A talk by Mrs. Bettie Atkins, which abounded in good, wholesome ideas. The Duet by Misses Milliken and Crockett was highly appreciated, as were also the addresses by Prof. Ivan E. McDougle and Mr. M. M. Murrell. Miss Bess Shannon gave a readiug, a yery appropriate selection, rendered in a most attractive manner. - - t - ' v THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS Intelligent conRural School Water Supply. e rive at the honest and day night at Mr. Abb Brockmans. the district official! may. In t clusion that any motion made or any of their official functions, deem offered by me has had for Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Russell best; and as these equipments are amendment the repeal or Impairment Its purpose pardon," said the Many of the rural schools are within the scope of their selection, "I beg your Woodrow Wilson is a brilliant were the pleasant guests of Mr. of a single act of congress. If I sought smokwould it not be well to increase the fifth man among us in the convincing political speaker, and Mrs. Wm. John Stone last deficient in water supply. In appropriation and erect an "Uncle to do that, this is neither the time nor and the place for it. some cases the water must be Tom's Cabin?" ing compartment as he lighted a Upon the other hand, I have faithbut never did a candidate for Sunday. Not only fresh cigaret, "but can any of President have less need to rely Mr. A. H. Feese visited rela- brought from long distance in Washington is music taught In the fully endeavored to have the commit schools, but these whole house confine Itse" tee of where it is more convenient the vou tell me what has become of pianos pianolas I bollevo strictly the oratory. county last Saturto the law as it is now up- - i on the arts of tives in Green water is unfit for human con- they call them are put in and paid the statute books. During the all the phrenologists that we No speeches made by Gov. day and Sunday. for by your and my accordlan conof the time this bill Is und-- r sumption. used to hear of! I don't meet Wilson in his own behalf could stituents. Those instruments aro nt consideration I shall continue my efspent Mr. Howard Russell instruction, because It rethem any more." The laboratories of the Bureau there for more teaching to play one forts In that direction. possibly be so strong as the Sunday at Hershell Bobertson.s. quires no both, It will be infinitely of engineering of the State Board of those mechanical instruments than the United States and better for of "I guess they've beat it," re- speeches that Col. Roosevelt is the District Mr. Donnie Jones was at W. of Health stand ready at all times it does to turn a grinding organ. Un- Columbia if a strict Interpretation of plied the reckless smoker. making for him. No argument der this new precedent that district law Is here adhered to. I do not H. Cave's last Friday night. to make sanitary analyses of officials can equip anybody's play- the to criticise adversely tho decis' 'Sorry to hear that. I was advanced by Gov. Wilson in fawish equip them with Miss Ella Humphress is visit- water that may be sent in for grounds, and canamusements gentleman very much interested in the vor of his own election could be as they ions cf the distinguished such games and now occupies the chair; but I ing her uncle, Mr. Richard Hum- that purpose. The laboratories choose, why not send these pianolas who even science, In fact, I've had my so strong as the record of the from the schoolhouses to the school trust it Is not at all distasteful them, phress, near Hovious, to him for me to review some of would like to receive as many playgrounds? own bunps felt of." Taft administration in his behalf. merely to see how this year a too Mr. Chairman, I am not afraid to Several from this place attend- samples of public school water Here is a candidate ior Presconstruction given to a law leads, "And what were you told?" make a small wager that Bob Taylor spelling at Jericho last supplies as they can get. The paid for the instrument upon which next year to another too liberal con"The real truth. Yes, sir, I ident who has nothing to fear ed the years, tho tho struction, until, in a few he learned to State Board of Health in a recent souls of the charm and thrill and original law Is lost sight of and tho and nothing to explain. No Thursday night. men was told that I was modest and construcCongressional investigation can Mr. B. F. Thomas is erecting a bulletin expressed the belief that women of this country: but if ho accumulated, unwarranted unassuming too much so for my. tions therefore given become the wishes to hang his fiddle and bow law. good. It was said that I rever- cause him a moment of anxiety. large feed barn on his farm near there was urgent need of an ex- upon the wall, never to take thorn Important Point Raised. upon amination of these supplies and down again, and take lessons enced truth and would not even He is not called upon to appear here. the pianola or the grinding organ, ho The chair has held that under exexaggerate, Also, that I had no before any committee that may Mrs. Lizzie Hurt is visiting solicited the interest and the is still within the school ago of the isting law an appropriation can b (Laughter.) cor- her sister, Mrs. Rebecca Thomas. services ot physicans in securing District of Columbia. made from the public treasury for confidence in myself when wo- be inquiring into the use of equipping public school playground-- . Grind Organs and Undesirables. men were around.. Yes, the rupt corporation money in polMrs. Heck Arnold and Mrs. samples from public school wells Whether or not the law warrants that However, I am not quite sure that Is not at the professor hit my case exactly." itics. Sam Williams of Texas, who Containers will be supplied from I will not make a point of order point wasIssue, for as toreason that no raised that. But u against Senator Taylor taking lessons So far as he is concerned all "Excuse me, but what profeswere called home to be at the the laboratories at Bowling Green on the grinding organ at the expense point was raised as to whether or not public treasury sion of occupation do you fol- the trusts in the country can bed side of their father, Mr. J. wherein specimens of the water of the American citizen. If that con- the the purpose of could be Invaded for equipping other cession is made to him he may next open their books and make pubmay be sent for analysis. playgrounds; and the chair has held low?" asded the fat man. R. Wade, returned home last demand to take lessons In tho public lic their contributions to cam- week. At the present time when the school with the boar and the drum, that an appropriation of the people's 'Been a drummer and on the money could bo put into the hands cf grinding organ tbe bear paign funds. No standard oil country schools are reuming '.'he drum must, by and means be and the district authorities with no limithe all road for thirty years, sir! Yes, revelations, no Harriman revelaoperations this is a matter of no for the many foreign born who tation upon it other than an expressed Saved by His Wife. sorry to see phrenology go to the are in "Washington, declining our cit- belief that upon his part that those tions, no Beef Trust revelations, She's a wise woman who knows small importance. School pupils izenship, refusing to pay taxes, hoard- with whom it would be Intrusted wall as it did!" no Penrose threats and no Hearst just what to do when her husband's should have pure and wholesome ing our money to be sent back to a would not go beyond proper limits In Mrs. II. J. while all the time their expending it. fcr ' ;n Brief and Breezy. threats disturb the even tenor of life is in danger,is butthat kind. Flint, water in abundant quantity and children land, receiving the advantages If this policy should be generally are "She Braintree, Vt., of his way. No Cortelyous and no insisted on my using Dr. King's New every'schoolhouse should be well of free tuition, free books, free scien- pursued, there would be no need for a single official bond in the entire Money is tainted its destinaInstruments, Loebs are required to subsbanti-at- e Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for a supplied with water of that sort. tific schoolhouse. and hot lunches in Union; in fact, if we are to presume When the the tion, not its source. dreadful cough, when I was so weak ones of these become citi- that only tho proper and just act is his statements. No bosses my friends all thought I had only a Where there is doubt of the zens with us, take upon them- always to be done, there would be no Mexico, s revolutionary move- stole his nomination for him and short time to live, and it completely purity of the supply the school selves the oath to support the r.eed for laws, no need for courts, ment has degenerated to a case no Wall street plutocrats are cured me." A quick cure for coughs constitution and "Old Glory," help no need for this legislature. The law and colds, it's the most safe and reli- authorities should promptly avail support the government, then, Mr. relative to the schools of the District of prickly heat. financing his candidacy. He able medicine for many throat and themselves of services of thet Chairman, I am willing for them to of Columbia not only contemplates, Among the other go into our playgrounds but says so in so many words, that owes favors neither to the Mur- lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, State Board of Health. and receive the long, tedious and diffi- only the public schools are to be of the petroleum are political ray Cranes and the Barneses and whooping cough, quinsj', tonsilitis) at public expense. If, as hemorrhages. A trial will convince Trustees and teachers not in-- ! cult instructions from our accomplish- cared for has ruled, tho public money organ; the chair ed teachers upon tho grinding scandals and soiled reputations. the brother Charlie nor to the you. f'Octs. and $1. Guaranteed by frequently are neglectful of their then they should be permitted to play can legally be spent for playgrounds Co. other than the public school playThe United States Treasury in Perkinses and the Garys. No- Paull Drug duties on this score and no doubt with, our Teddy bear and beat our grounds, if the officials into whose but not until then. running short of small bills has body suspects him of any allihands the money to be expended has there are hundreds of school Mr. Chairman, under the "tightHogwallow News. nothing on the average citizen. system which the been put think so, then all limitation ance with crooked political mahouses in Kentucky which are wad" public school imposes upon the Is removed. If the public money can American congress The Congressional record out- chines or with crooked corporadeficient in supply or which are District of Columbia the pupils have be spent by district officials upon any Yam Sims attracted a lot of teachers give playgrounds which they select, then put this year is 19,978,456 words, tions. No partnerships with using water that is dubious purity cooking schools. The little children, let us see where it leads. If this the public money to some of which were not knots privilege are loitering by his notice at Tickville Tuesday, by In such a situation local health send them to market, and have them expenditure may legally go beyond go t the public school, then it door. His is the one untainted trying to ride his mule up close officials, physicians or school taught how to buv. These stall keep- the sectarian school; next canmay go anybody. it ers in these markets who teach them brass band was Recent exposures are enough candidacy the one candidacy to where the patrons should take tho initiative do not, I imagine, charge too little for tc the private school; next It may go to the public playground and Just playing. the teaching. to disgust the Standard Oil Com that measures up to the truest and see that any defects or dan-- 1 they have had this lesson in here I wish to call attention to the When The Wild Onion school teacher gers are remedied. Courier buying they take, or have sent, to the playground item. That item does not pany with its self imposed task i Political ideals of the Republic school that which the stall keeper limit the public fund to equipping the There are two overwhelming has bought a new globe map for Journal. of running the country. neither has taught them to buy; then it is public school playgrounds; does it limit it even to school the school house. It revolves on " served in five and six course Did Mr. Archbold depart for reasons in support of Woodrow I recently 6aw one of these grounds. Under the decisions of the Poultry Nores. menu cards. It had ice cream on It. chair the district officials Into whose Europe to try escape the expense Wilson's election to the office of a wire axis, and Cricket Hicks hands this money is put, If they wish I asked the principal of the school of inducing Pennsylvania to vote President of the United States. has applied for the job of keephe was a colored man whether tho to do so, can expend any part or all One of these reasons is Theodore ing it going while the geography Look to the comfort of the children made the ice cream or of it upon any playgrounds. Then, if his way this year. bought it. He said they bought It they wish to do so, they can spend Roosevelt. The other is William class is reciting. fowls. Curious, isn't it, how much already frozen, but he could not tell it upon grounds other than those genH. Taft. -- New York World. accepted as for Bat Smith bronght to our ofNever feed whole corn except me how much teaching It required to erally children; and, playgroundsI can easier it is to land American school from all have the children and their invited fice yesterday a jug of ten-yeat evening. troops away off in Nicarauga guests to learn how to eat it But, learn, they contemplate expending It A Log on the Track other than public Mr. Chairman, that is of but little in- upon grounds Direct sunlight is a great nat- terest to your constituents or mine. school grounds. than right across the street in of the fast express means' serious old Moonlight Reel, which sets When the ground upon which the trouble ahead if not removed, so does his subscription forward for an- ural disinfectant. All they have to do is to work hard Mexico? money is spent is not property legalloss of appetite. It means lack of vi1C hours out of the 24 to get the twenty-fiv- e years. ly acquired by the district for the Don't neglect your chicks and money with which to pay for it all. Those holes found pounded in tality, loss of strength and nerve other Then, in the public schools here In public school system, then that Eazly has come to the fowls in hot weather. Poke Speaker Clark's desk, were prob- weakness. If appetite fails, take schools. ground occupies the same legal status Washington they hav.Electric Bitters quick I to overcome conclusion that he will sit around Hot, close weather brings lots The government furnishes thm with as a park privately owned. The pubably made during the time the the cause by toning up the stomach the material which they use in the lic fund may properly be spent upon Baltimore convention was in and curing the indigestion. Michael on the other side of the stove at of lice to the dirty pen. make aprons, a park public owned; but It can not sewing lessons. e Hessheimer of Lincoln, Xob., had the this winter. A so forth, and Ucn, after they are properly be spent upon a park prisession. n fact that and they are made: the same gar- vately owned, except under authority It is a been sick over three years, but six made, candle burns on the shelf on that Now that a man has invaded bottles of Electric Bitters put him all hens are not good layers. ment cannot can not bo made any of an act of congress; and It requires right oii'his feet again. They have side of the house, and Poke will more, so they just let the girl take it an act of congress to give that disthe White House grounds and The hot sultry weather is try- home wit:cretion to the district officials which helped thousands. They give pure try to see the political questions milked the President's cow Paul- blood, strong nerves, good digestion. the ruling of the chair gives them. - Teach Millinery. Aling to both fowls and men. in a new light. of congress which au, ine, the guard about the Presi- Only 50 cents at Paull Drug Co. The-iil. teach millinery In the There is no actexpenditure of public Don't crowd sleeping quarters. public schools here. The government thorizes the such, The katydids are talking it money upon dential goat ought to be doubled. private park or priburs the untrimmed hat frames, also vate grounds as I have mentioned. Keep fronts of houses open. around among themselves in the Absher. material with which to trim them. The Penrose and Archbold both in- no there Hens and pullets do not thrive teacher gives instructions how to trim And, ifthen theIsItem such act of conweeds that frost will fall about gress, in the appropriatimate that the Standard Oil! the hats When a girl has trimmed on the same kind of feed. tion bill is clearly subject to a poln one to suit her new dress, It Is trimMiss Arva Cave spent Saturday the middle of September, about published in Hearst't Magazine of order, at least until a limitation of Heat prostration is common in med; it cannot be trimmed any more; its use Is confined to the public Mr. H. B, which time Luke Mathewson will are forgeries, but we haven't night at her uncle's, it is useless to the government, so schools. quit sleeping with his feet out of yards where there is no shade. the girl is permitted just to run along heard of any libel suits being Robertson. Equipping Playgrounds. Keep things clean. Use lice Lome with it. printed a report of the the window. filed. Again, if public money can, in the Mrs. Mary A. Brockrr'dn is on Then, so a powder, lice paint and disinfect- school board says, if she wants to judgment of district officials, bo spent To keep down any hard feelWhen the crops are sefely har- on tbe sick list. trim another she does so. If, after it to equip playgrounds, who is to deterings that may arise out of it the ants freely. is trimmed, it is trimmed, it is of no mine what that equipment is to be' vested the Northwestern farmer Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Hendrick- there maximum As soon as the hatching sea- use to Uncle Sam; he does not wear Inasmuch aslimit in is no district thr will be able to give his old road- - son and son, Ray, of Casey coun- - Hogwallow postmaster wishes to the that kind of headgear, and the girl Is school age necessity, take a equipment told just ster to his hired man and buy a ' ty, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Harmon announce to the general public son is over all sale birds should and give to torun along home with It wide range.must, of official report of The one of the family. it new touring car. the school board discloses their stateBut, Mr. Chairman, your constituand little daughter, Clarice, of that he was not responsible for be marketed. ents and mine do not care anything ment that the school children (?) the ruling of Postmaster GenerFeed little, if any, corn or othThere are still nearly half a Neatsburg, were visitors at W. about that; all they have to do with range in age between 5 years and 60 al Hitchcock in keeping the er heating foods while the tem- the matter Is to plow corn, pick cot- years. dozen places in the United States P. Dillinghams Sunday night. The equipment of a playground for ton and hoe tobacco, so they can get closed on Sundays, and perature is high. where Lefty Louie and Gyp the Mr. and Mrs. James Robert money with which to pay for all these would range from rocking the says he knew nothing of the horses to crutches. If, under the ml It takes a good poultryman to this. 331ood have not been seen. and little daughter and Mr. son There are a lot of other things don9 ing of the chair, the district officials by the keep up his enthusiasm when the he was notified The Hon. Jim Mann complzins and Mrs. Olen Rohertson and move until in the Washington schools with which can spend Uncle Sam's money for government. the people back in the States have crutches, the crutch must fit the weather is hot that the official flag of the House children were visiting at Mr. school child who Is to use it, nothing to do, except pay the bills. else it "would be without value in the lacks the proper number of stars; Delaney Robertson last Saturday Success with poultry all deI recently came across an item furFortunes in Paees. playgrounds. As arnica and salves for nishing ;but we thought those scrappy night and Sunday. pends on whether we have egg school automobiles Tha some of the are used at public expense In the poorly-paifraternity. There's often much truth in the Democrats were making Jim see school teachers back in the States do playgrounds to enable the children to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williams saying "her face is her fortune," but producers or drones. not care anything about this. All they pursue their games, why should not its never said where pimples, skin plenty of them these days. is to be taxed upon J rheumatic remedies also be carried have to do with and children were visiting rela eruptions, blonches, or other blemishI keep on hands a full stock of their own small itsalaries to help buy In stock for tho children? on Casey creek last Satur- es disfigure it. Impure blood is back coffins and caskets, also robes; 2 those automobiles for the Washington Jackknlves should be furnished in Sick headache is caused by a disor- tives of them all, and shows the need of hearses. Prompt service night or day. cchool. teachers. tho playgrounds,' so that the boys cai' dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's day andlSunday. Dr. ICings New Life Pills. They pro- Phone 29. If 'a janitor of a school is caught amuse themselves whittling upon the Tablets and correct that and the Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather-for- mote health and beautyj Try them. hauling off coal covered up with ashes 300,000 lead pencils recenUy pur J. F. Triptett, 1 yr headachns will disappear. For sale jhased by the school board, I take it al Paull Drug Co. ;om the school he may be reprimandColumbia, Ky. of near Knifley, spent Sun- - 25 cents by Paull Drug Co. granted the 300.000 lead pen-Ever Sec Modest Drummer. Overwhelming. exer-els- . self-playin- g ro-aaln- lib-'er- al music-lovin- g ac-eert- ed ed ! I deslr-r.L'- v I ; by-produ- cts tax-support- tom-tom- i 0 j "festi-bles.- i ar - T'-io- post-offic- well-know- - r. J post-offic- es d . ld d, 45-- ed, but h does not tail to have bis for tkat .Mr. - C- j DAIR COUNTY NEWS Better Use A political FjQr Money. ' v Curious Aerial Battle Fought by Two Problem Which a Hindu Prince W Epics of the Great Events In Our Na Frenchmen In 1808. Able to Solve. j tional History. la this day of the development in There Is a story often told In India "mimta ol commem-certai"e Uttf mu quite respectable liter-mo- n aeronautics it may be interesting to of Sbajee. a Hindu prince, who on a Tecall the first duel that was ever occasion showed himself al- - nation des of Quality, but we look In vain for an fought in the air. It took place In as clever as Archimedes. a keen competition for it. e war of the Revolution, ePIc oi A hish official had made a' vow that 1S0S and, as might have been ex' ' fll Alt eacu one oj.t us wuh WU1CU sm un peered, occurred In France. XI. de he would distribute to the poor the One of the candidates, Ezeki-- 1 Grandpre and Jf. Ie Pique had a quar- - weight of his own elephant in silver the heroIc spWt and bind us all In el Hicks was a shrewd old fel- - j umuu ui yrai urancu uu nr,M-nin mocev. Cur the "real dilbrn rv that rel ar s of lady engaged in the Imperial Opera. at first presented Ust-i- f was !ie mode millty which is the supreme national low, and a neat campaign fund They agreed to ligh' :i due! to settle of ascertaining whai this weight real- - pride. We look in vain for an epic was turned over to him. To All the learned and never on the great civil war. with one of the their respective vluims, and Iu order '.v wu-stc-hz angry pnssion should men of tne court seemed to nae en- - greatest of all life's soldiers as Its that the of the astonishment of all, how- not interfere with rln imlishori p!a- - deavored in vain to construct a mu- - hero, nor do we find immortalized la ever, he was defeated. ganceof the proceeding they postponed chine or sufficient power to weigh the Aeneids those wonderful expedition across this contlneut-t- he travels of the duel for a month, the lady agree-- elephant. "I can't account for it," said lug to bestow her smiles on the sur--! At length Shajee ''ame forward and j Lewis and Clark, the settlement of ne forty-ninerup of the vivor. The duelists were to fight in suggested a plan which was simple one of the leaders of Hick's Alaska, the reclamation uf the deserts and yet ingenious in the highest dethe air. Party, gloomily. "With what Two balloons were constructed ex--. Bret. lie caused the unwieldy animal and tbe founding of Texas. How otEr-acll- y alike. On the day of the duel to he conducted along a stage special-- , wise than through poetry are our e'i-D- e money we should have won. Grandpre and hi: second entered': ly made for the purpose by the water- - dren to possess the beanty and the How did you lay it out.Ezekiel?" the car of one balloon. Le Pique and ' B'de into a flat bottomed boat. Then. ' glory, and the spiritual grandeur of the uis second the other. This was in the , having marked on the boat the height ; saga figure who founded this ti.arvel- "Well," said Ezekiel, slowly CTi'oVn of the. Tuileries, amid a big to which the water reached after the i ous union of states, of those heroes crowd of spectators. The men were ciepnaui uau weigueu it oown. me wuu muiy resoiveu anu so mgniy pulling his whiskers, "yer see, to fh'' IH,t :,t 'iU,h o;'-er- . but at each j latter was taken out and stones sub-cl- e achieved? It is true Walt Whitman only pays $250 a year that office f,lr"s halloon. in order ro bring them ; stituted in sufficient quantity to hold i chanted the song of democracy, but one-ha- lf l,y the escape or gas. As pis-I- the boat to the same Hue. The stones his chant is a magnificent prophecy of i Uown salary; an' I didn't see no sense to,s u'05lII hardly have served for this were then taken to the scales, and an ideal it 13 an exhortation, not a and year out of about $1,000,000. in piying $900 out to get the General Daniel E. Sickles, Mr. Chairman, just as soon as your 1)U,'1,0S. wh aeronaut took a blunder-Uncl- thu,5. to the amazement of the court, poetic manifestation. The spirit that was ascertained the true weight of stro e and striving toward a realiza Sam can snare tho mnnpv vnnp huss in his car. office, sj I bought a little farm whose name has been used extion of this democracy Is best caught At :l KIvt'n s'snal the ropes holding; tho elephant.-Excban- ge, ruling should be brought into service ' when exemplified in the lives and tllL blllloons were cut, and up they insted." tensively by the "Guardians of f.nd the Corcoran Art gallery pur j deeds of the men who lived and fought, weut into t!u" :lir- - Tl,e wlnd wa3 chased as a playground FIGHTING FISH. Liberty" organization as its oreu "Kindergartents" of for the col- - ' UL:uiv mouemic sum uepc me uuuoons who conquered and died fighting, mov the district. . A K.- rpui l.lr. If 3011 have young children you have chief guardian, positions, " " nKA l" -'- vnImIhas decided to ' (Laughter.) Kentucky, my native In tl,oIr respective When aboutabout In the Rage of Battle They Turn From cu of the "-poet we await Tempi work perhaps noticed lhat disorders of the v:mls apart. half state, will erect a monument to my Dull to Brilliant Colors. stomach arc their most common ail- follow General Horatio C.King; memory for having made a point of a mi,t UI) in !u'i,Jr tll preconcerted In the gardens of Singapore it is the Scott in Forum. sigual for tiring was given. M. Ie custom to stock the ponds with all ment To correct this you will lind out of that organization as soon order which hrnus-h-3- - w.w.. r.iin Ulill.J which establishes a nreceilont imnn Pique fired, but.. CITIES HARD TO KILL Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver of ..,M. de Grand- manner of queer fishes, many ,- them i i ..i .,.,,.. as he can find somebody to ac- i vn ten k"onfitrT.-- ituvuajuia iiia.v llLLVt? " uu a i aim1 seiii :i nan ..i i ineu .. m.tx.Aj inrousu i.o ui. .i UmUUUh .nni t. w .tar- m iuu i ,? Tablets excellent. They are easy and ulicij iv !, lilt the pleasure of sending one of these P1(!lles halloon I lie balloon collapsed. heart of the orienal3. Tnjs spceics of VVhst Rome, Paris, Constantinople and pleasant to take, and mild and gentle cept his resignation. ,i with frightful rapid- - j descend. little colored tots of artistic tempera- - ",e London Have Suffered. SQ combative tnat it is ouly upr fish in effect. For sale by Paull Drug Co. .. " second were . essary to place two oC them near ea n I! it is a difiicnlt thing to kill a city. '"I"'In his promotion to the rank ment to the Old WnrM to gather up d:1,etl Lto vcco for the Washington other, like fighting cocks, and perhaps Ii and there are some well known places of major, just announced at the the bogus pieces of theplaygrounds all De Grandpre .outinued his ascent j a ttle (o brJn 0Q a j that have so much vitality that they masters which Irrimte Partners in Town Business. J. Pierpont Morgan did not have un and terminated his aerial voyage at p j live,v confllcr " will survive any number of disasters. war department, Charles Young i distance of . en leagues from Taris. i They loaded upon him. (Laughter.) Take .Rome as a first example. No charge each other with at once of the Ninth cavalry, a negro, ';'t tate whether he was fing orectf flt the sam& t,me clianng fewer than ten times has she been While Kentucky would thus honor! nstorf A village town, a city, is a me, Mr. Chairman, for havine- riono. , . . .. . . color in their excitement from the dull- - swept by pestilence. She ha3 been becomes the first of his race to t nothing more " i est of gray greens to brilliant reds and j bnrned twice and starved out on sis than unwillingly made . V ". partnership. All of us here are Utira'"' attain that grade in the regula! the opportunity for such a chance to ' blues. Indeed, confinement in close occasions. Seven times she has been in business together. Owner- army quarters is not needed to arouse their j besieged or bombarded. But she still the public money, marble of the United States. He spendfulsome epitaph for you. shaft Courishes. Perhaps that is why she SPOKE HIS OWN DOOM. and combative propensities. Mr. ship of property is individual, ' Chairman, who established the prece- s Place two glass jars close together, is called the Eternal City. is now attached to the American ! dent, would be but mockery of the '" Spite of His Caution an innocent ' with ono of these fighting fish in each j Paris has had eight sieges, ten but our prosperity as a whole is ' Remark Condemned Him. which Tennessee would confer and they will at once swim round and Ines, two plagues and one fire which closely bound up in each other's legation at Monrovia, Liberia. upon you for giving her, Kentucky's T1' father of Gueau de Iteverseaur ' endeavor to charge each ot.her through , devastated it We make no reference to the number of revolutions, as the.r sister state, an opportunity to pour ' had been a distinguished lawyer, and th? interposed glass interest. the money of her people Into such a through his influence he held impor-Evn a siugle fish seeing himself re-- are too numerous to mention. But Facts for the Workers. If you have a hojse to rent,' glorious work. taut offices under the government Hected in a mirror will dart at hl3 Paris still flourishes. Constantinople has been burned out Again, Mr. Chairman, the printed i When the revolution began he gave up own Im.:ge and. Irritated all the more goods to sell, labor to sell, your report of the school board for this n's ofhVc "t La Pochelle and retired to bv his fal'ure to reach his supposed ' cine times ami has suffered from four success in getting a goo price enemy, will ssnine the most brilliant plagues and five sieges. There art Texas established a new high city brings the delightful information Chartres. From the time that the revolution hues. Seeing his reflected antagonist some people who think that many of for such service depends on the record for coal production last that the people's money is spent to began (lueau de Iteverseaux devoted do the same, he will redouble his ef- - the sultans have been as bad for th teach the young men and young la ' city as any pestilence. And yet she prosperity of your neighbors. year. dies black and white, from C years his attention exclusively to preserving forts to reach him. Exchange. nis own sslfet"- - He wrote no ,ottt-'l?ocs on. to 6G years to "trip the light fan- - i If they are doing well, they will Within a year the population tastic tee." j TI wo"-ldreceive Iio letters. Tie saw Lastly there is the English metropc-Photographs For Lawsuits. no visitors and paid no visits. Hn One call for services a professional j lis. London began as a kind of mound pay fair prices, and as times go, of Buenos .11 i,j rixr i iw ,.i Hires has increased ni!ni,Li and ' mine, ' Vko to no person and allowed no mi. photographer dislikes above all others ;n a swamp. In her early history sho for by your these prices tend to rise! uini- - Ifc would have licoi pic was sacked, burned and all her Inbab nnd that Is to get an almost 50,000. should be equipped with a ballroom t0 conit! ne:u" ovilleuctl Iu Q nse(1 ns linil08slllle to be moro pnldeilt than h, tl itants butchered. She has been deei- that b hav On the other hand, if your XGn ttrS' a"d was. a lawsuit The pbotographer, wbo an mated by plague five times, exclusive The United States and its de- these ladies and gentlemen co! i rTnmivii- - lir w.uiliifl ninu li.d hulil mncr r rloninnH r. thu niirr.icn nro i i. .i.ji.. ,.i.i neighbors are not succ ding, they pendencies produce one-tenth of on his fsirui neur CIiartros and VCI1 i the busiest or.es. those who mske a ,; has been more or less burned sev- imTT'c cioti!e"! lured to consult a carpenter. Ttio car- specialty till will haggle for the last cent for ..v. o.-- . V of tiklng pictures of news Pn times. She is thriving in spite the world's sugar. and bosomlesa gowns instruct the peilter told uIin that bc t.oi:U1 not un , events M and niagazInes. for tue n' labyour house, your goods your dimples as Wheu any one wants photographic eM - ' A somke abatement exposition ., tnut of the lowly a2arene who ; tlert:ike (he work .n.- i t. U.v. i.v.iiii.o Hum iub inupit inai uie Gueau de ITeverseaux wished, becatw I or. The prices for these ser; he is likely Yet He Loved the Sea. will be held at Glasgow in Sep- sensual embrace of the round danco most of hls workmen were drafted t. dence of sump firm toof remember the professlouals name It is said that Bryan Waller Proc- vices will tend to fall. ic.iu uhl-uiin lu Sictt nereaiier, j0ia tue annv Jlt once. that he has seen often in print and ter. known as Barry Cornwall, who tember and October. to tne certain attainment of that for j Gueau ac Ueverseaux replied: "Th- - ' nsks them to do When you buy goods away the job. wrote the well known poem The forests of the Alaskan wmviv a.ie uuiu xiis neau anu uiej workmen need not go They can send 'We wouldu't mind lhat sort of I'm on the ea! I'm on the sea.! upon the cross. from home, you work to reduce J nm Vilicre I would ever be! substitutes." work so much if taking the picture coast yieid about 27,000,000 board This remark was heard by the work- - was all that there was to it." said one was the very worst of sailors. Wheo Dancing and Shower Baths. the prosperity of your neighmen, but only the first phrase made of these picture men. "We get S3 oi we read that he was so seasick that feet of lumber a year. Let us, Mr. Chairman, that our bors. Thereby they become less earthly fame may bo more lasting, any impression on them. They reported, (." for the picture. Later we get & i he could scarcely bear the sound of si Bolivia's third railroad through and that our glorious hereafter may everywhere that M. Gueau de Ilever-se.iux- eubpoena. and we have to send to human vofoe It becomes apjiarent tbiU ah! ro do any thing to help you, who must be good authority, court the man that took it to swiar ' bis wife's coadin t dMriug !i atEi. rkw; Chile to the Pacific coast will be be rewarded with a halo as big as a j and you have failed to build up horse collar, go hack to those school , had said that they need not go. The lhat he recognizes his work, tout Me could scarcely have been reassuring, opened this month. !lpm? flnnri'f tlm nntnmnn hnr1 t uews went to headquarters that Gueau took the picture, that he nevei was As he lay on the deck of a channel business ties with them so that d ncrseaux declared that the draft-- i arrested and a iot of other fool stuff a:.d a New York has more than 1 S00 taxpayers,!. with bended backs, crook--1 ed workmen need not obey the gov- - that uses up a day's time. Therefore boat, covered with shswU habit tar they feel no personal interest in -oi i paulin, she bad the pleusiug .i i.i.ii r tu iiasuii, u.iu uiucuinj; jkuius, lrum considered to electric trucks and nerrly 500 participation in the erection of this' ermuom- This TVaswas condemned be j we never touch such a job knowingly " j humming a strain of his Jovial you. to -- Now fork Sua. song. The iwet who loved the i. hit dancing tabernacle, and give all the conspiracy, and ho electric pleasure vehicles. death and executed. loved it best at a distance, had very glory to the men of God in Tennessee, i When you buy goods at home, A Curious Locomotive. little life just then, but wtat force he and let them pay for it. (Lamrhter.') Denmark imported nearly you increase the prosperity of railway Is bad was used in the entreaty: The Darjeeling-Himalaya- s who He Was- Mr. Chainnan, in another of the tons of coal last year, school board reports I find that one ' A traveI(-'- s:nv woman take a man one of the most curious in the wond "Don't, my dear! Oh. don'tf your neighbors. They are not j ,hc col,sir VJ!nU hIni "'' tlle stci1s It is of two foot gauge and on Tet no doubt he loved the w. of tho colored school teachers do- merely better able thereby to most of ic from Great Britain. fccribes the splendid shower hatha i"to a railroad car. jum liim down into count of the steepness is full of loops. j Origin of Panic. An aviation school in that which have been erected in hi .' " swlt- - IIIe "l n xtM nml lwo b- i- curves and spirals, many of lEe eurves I help you along in return, but you brown baskets with Iooe covers and having only seventy feet radius. Some No word has moved with the tlmeJ school; asks now, in simple justice , of the gradients are as high as one more than "panic." Long ago in an have created business friendships country has been contracted for m Liie jjisliicl oi i ninmnin Tiinr n long handles at his feet and say: "Novv- A special type of clent Greece It was a mild fear foot in tweuty-eight- . thm' 'i"?1 .' 3!?,r by tha government of Gautemala. swimming pool be put in at public exthat make them want j:o help :,nn ,,on l ln,,ve uU l Ja,,e the Garratt. had to be j spired by mysterious sights and sound thf. """ pens. But that is of no moment to , tnade for it at Manchester. This loro- - among the mountains and valleys by you. The energy released by a either Kentucky or'Tenneesee or the CtT? :l"1? XUlon hv 'oii:in rwu-hethe door motive was required by the specltica- - ; night, which were attributed to th states; candle burning steadily for two other to pay all they have to do with ' Buying to home pays! traveler said to her: tions to be able to travel on reverse god Pan. Nowadays it has a by no. it is for it. ' curves not exceeding sixty feet radi- - means supernatural significance on the "Is that miin your husband? ' full days is equal to one horse Then another colored teacher, so; ..Nnw... roj,ml t,u, wom;ln ..Ho,s 03. with ouly twenty feet of length of stock exchange. "Panic fear" was tbs. the report says, wants a greenhouse m . (Iilll;:!l!tM.-llere is :i woman who speaks from i power. husband, and she hasn't lengent between tbe curves. The en j Tiginal expression, and In shortening erected and maintained at public ex- - spIrlt (.lloUKll to S:1V ,lor sonl is her pine persona' knowledge and long exper-- 1 consists of a frame supported at j it to "panic" we have all really bee According to a Berlin nerve pense, m connection with his .school. 0W1K ience, vix.., Mrs P. II. Brogan, of Wil-- ; ach end by four wheeled bogies, each j' fls slipshod as the small boy who callt llr. Chairman, why should he not jf which is described as a miniature hi "enmlc naner" a "comic." Shaftes- son, Pa., who says, know from ex- specialist knittiqg in bed is an have it? In this climate the flowers wouldn't Work Nowadays, locomotive without boiler. The boiler bury 200 years ago would have used Cough perience tliati Chamberlain's bloom only in the spring, and that ifl - Tlll. Egyptians had a very remarka-entirel- y Is .ho the word for any contagious feeling carried on Remedy is far superior to any other. excellent antidote for tired nertoo seldom for this gentle-- ! bIe 0i(l!n:tin-- i to prevent persons from bogies. Youth's be frame between Companion. e that seized upon masses of men. is nothing that excels ves. .For croup man of ginger-cak- e hue. Where yow borrowing imprudent iv. An Egvptian "There are many Pannicks in Man. 'For sale by Paull Drug Co. and I reside the chrysanthemum ha? WIW ot permitted to borrow without Thirty-eigh- t Both Wrong. kind besides merely that of Fear. An? of the forty-eighardly faded until the lilac blooms ; piviug lo his creditors iu pledge the Sandy his master drovt; up to ihus Is Religion also Panni? states have fairly adequate laws and almost immediately after that the . body of his father. It was deemed the small station as the train approach- don Mail. . Marepchal Terse Telegrams. -for the protection of insectivor- green fromKiel, which has remained both an impiety and an infamy not to ed. "Here's yer train, sir," said Sau to spring. b'.o:om fall "' redeem so sacred a pledge. A person dy. "That is not my train." replied the Elastic Time Table. into beauty and fragrance, puts cut who died without discharging that duty master, who had his owii ideas about ous birds. In its early days railway travGliujj its tiny arms, and renews its kindly was deprived of the customary hon-an- d correct speech. "But It's the train was a much less formal affair than, The French government has The resignation of R. M. Valannual embraco of our humbte ors paid to the dead. am going by." But It happened to bo now. One night, back in the sixties, upon n special train and didn't stop at the the guard of the last train leaving. entine of Massachusetts as com- ottered a prize of $S0.000 for a cottages which standspacious tho sites j where 50 years ago colonial station, whereupon Saudy exclaimed. Banff wa3 reminded by an Irate pasNot in the Contract. missioner of Indian affairs h is device that will make aeroplanes homes were the pride of Dixie land ..n.i . J W.., n..rfiiin- .w cn f .....- - "We're baith wrang. for it's neither senger that it was some minutes past ... .,. ...f . ...,. &W. nnr. Mr. Chairman, this school teacher self?" your train nor the une ye're gaun by. tbe starting time. -- Ob. aye." replied accepted by the president, safe. been and the children in his school are reIt's the ane that's gane by you." "Xot unless I can get a rebate from the man. "but Meester F. has a dinner A fence can be made cat proof ferred to in the report of the board my lawyer, judge: 1 have paid him Oscar T. Taylor of Pittsburg party the nicht. and I'm jist geln him of education as yet bearing inherited good motiey to talk for me. and I Betrayed. two or three meenlts preevilege."--- ' by stringing a tight, wire was elected commander-in-chie- f about marks from cruel burdens placed won't do his work for nothing." New "Say. mamma,, can Anna see in the London Chronicle. . j dark, like a cat?" of the United Spanish War vet- two inches above and paralled to upon their parents by heartless task- York Press. masters of the south. "Why, child, what makes you ask ; His Half erans at the . Atlantic City en- the top. ucb a question?" Mr. Chairman, it costs the taxpaya wife after the divorce sale) to h When Women Vote. ers of the Union only a few million . "Ub. last nlgut when Cousin Cart husband: campment. Fair Suffragette Isn't she a fright! was here I heard Anna say in the dollars a year to keep up this teach- Why does she do it? Her Chum "1 am willing to let yon bnvo the ing of race hatred in the district pub Principle. Mrs. Jack Johnson, white wife When you have a bad She swore she wouldn't dark room. You must really snave baby half of the time." cold you want, He schools. Now, why not. In "Good!" said he. rubbing his hand. ; wear a rat or a corset until Mame Oftener. Carl.' " of the colored champion prize the best medicine obtainable so as to of all that is good for the Union, fimith is elected president Puck. "Splendid!" I Better. "Yes." she resumed, "you mav have fighter, is dead at Chicago from cure ifc with as little delay as possible. should he who is inculcating these Here is a druggist's opinion: "I have ideas into the youth of his color no? "our wife never sings any more, j him nights." A a gunshot wound in the head in- soid Chamberlain's Cough Remedy have a greenhouse at public expense! Landlord You Mistake. now for four Did she lose her voice?" owe me "No: she found ber senses." Toledo for fifteen years," says Enos Lollar of i Laughter.) He Objected flicted with suicidal intent. months' rent, and the first three months Blade. QoritrtfM Tm1 'nni1 nnncUAM t4. .t- . !71mni. filer o Under the precedent which you, lit you paid so promptly. Tenant'-Yes- . .n. ... nuuiuii I u.ta Chairman, have .just established, pla to be a minister when you grow upl The American motor boatDe-ibesfco- ll 1 shouldn't have doue the arket For know. it Ra Self indulgence deprives a man of rounds may be pqripped wherever tou Transcript. Small Elmer No, sir; I don't beller , troit, which made the trip acro3s Paull Vmg Co. that right nLm great In working m tkmday.-Chic- ago New office in a small town was vacant, The office paid $250 a year, and there was ) i i i (the Atlantic some months ago. cls must of necessity bs for gom has arrived at Cronstadt on her other purpose than for writing; and figuring purposes. That other purwav to St. Petersburg. pose must be for jackstraws in the playgrounds. If this trainload of penPresident Taf t will be fifty-fiv- e cils were not of suitable size already vears old on next Sunday and for jackstraws. hatchets might bo supplied instead of jaekknives. Howwil1 celebrate the day at the ever, hatchets should be furnished home of Miss Delia C. Torrey, the school children, anyway. They could get abundant amusement out of his aged aunt, at Milbury, Mass. breaking up and mailing mumble pegs out of the There is a boom growing for school furniture $3,000 worth of good which was thrown William G. McAdoo, acting chair- - out of the schoolhouses to make room for new furniture, which was man of the Democratic national specifications so the papers shy on said, committee, for the nomination and the papers are always right. Then, Mr. Chairman, your ruling on for governor of New York. this question leads to other equipSharp warnings that they must ment for the playgrounds. The school board report also contains the innot permit firing across the borformation that one of the colored leachers takes her "kindergartents" United-State- s der into settlements on around to Corcoran- Art gallery onco soil have been sent by the a weeic and there entertains these littlo tots war department to all the Mexi- them the artistic by pointin- - out toand masterly feacan federal and rebel command tures of the crpntAsf nnnonf?nn paintings in this whole country. Un- ers who have taken up positions Sam pays in salaries, houses and grounds along the border. of an average year i , A DUEL IN BALLOONS. ( WEIGHED THE ELEPHANT. POEMS WE MISS. I I st " - I -- . : , nc-ou- t io.-i!ii- v n i"i 'ik - ' ' s, ting - , - ! ' , . e t 1 J i e'f-rllt- .v -- "" f i ... W. I w , ' isii-sso- . 1- I ? uit I - -- ?T - ""-b1- .' ? J fam-hono- rs i I J i s -- m, ! ! I ' ?. ".r11 15, r,. . ; ; - se iii ; , ! j, ! I i ! ; ! J ; I - ! . si : ; 3.-000,- i r b-- v -- a. I - f Iu-'l- p j d J s ' '! tSi-r- it-.- " i ht ad - -- . ! J 5 ! J I W v-- at J .X-.- 1 ; TM' the-nam-e ? ; f , J' -- iuu T s v-.- 4 - y f lw THE ADAIR COUNTS NEV S FALL inspection. TOCK 9 We have received our NEW FALL STOCK and are showing the Largest Stock of General Merchant dise ever shown in Columbia. We invite your RUSSELI fUE NEWS State, a gentlemen of the high- zest character, one who will be Wednesday Published Every greatly missed by his home people and by the fraternity through- BY THE ADAIR COUNTY Adair County News Company. ( out the Commonwealth. Incorporated.) CHAS-S- . HARRIS Mrs. E. C. Lane, who shot and killed her husband at Danville, EDITOR. about ten days ago, was given an Democratic newspaper devoted to the fairest of the City of Columbia and the pooplo Adair and adjacent counties. Entered at the Columbia mall matter. Post-officsec-ndcl- WED. OCT., Democratic examining trial last Thursday, and held for first degree murder. From the tone of the papers e as whisky and general cussedness was the cause of the murder. 1912 The slayer did considerable 2. swearing before she shot, and Ticket. the murdered man was proven to have been drunk. The New Jersey Democratic primary resulted in a big victory for the contentions of Gov. Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic candidate for the Presidency. Representative Hughes, Gov. Wilson's candidate for the United j States Senate, won over Smith by about twenty thousand ma jority. This primary shows conclusively that Gov. Wilson is in the saddle in the State of New & CO $&$$$$$&$$$$$$$$$$$i$$$$i&$$$$$ mpire and Superior 4 Wheat Drills lid Supplies V & Look your old Drill over and give us a list of needed repairs so as to save express and delay See our Drills and get our prices For President WOODROW WILSON of New Jersey. Vice President THOMAS R. MARSHALL of Indiana. I ! For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln County. NOTiCE- - j ! 8 Jersey. The News will not be issued .s next week, due to a readjustment of the press, now under construction. When the next issue is run the press will be on a concrete foundation and whether any improvement will be noticeable in its general appearance or not, it will be unquestionably on the Dress and more hp.f-.te- i' f!P ft Eugene N. Foss, the present j Democratic Governor of Massa-- i chusetts, was renominated for a! Phiilippines, for whom we hold second term, in a State wide governmental power in trust, for primary, last Wednesday. The their service not our own. The Republicans selected Joseph other, the additional duty, is the ' Walker as their candidate for great task of protecting our peo- - j the same position. The Pro- ple and our resources and of : i .l. wiiuik gressives did not take part in the Keeping open 10 uie ...ii peoprimary, but it is generally con- ple the doors of opportunity pleasant for its operator. This ceded that the strength of that through which they must, gen Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT has been under contemplation, party eration by generation, pass it. rus been overestimated. for some time and only one issue they are to make conquest of HICKORY and 'OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair Count . will be missed. Why any Democrat shou.d de- their fortunes in health, in free- - Kentucky. sert Gov. Wilson in his fight for dom, in peace and in eontent- One month and three days l the Presidency of this country is mnt." the November election. beyond our conception of DemPrice per M Pieces Let it Tint be forgotten that The polit.cal outlook is highly ocratic duty, opportunity or good Woednw Wilson's political ca-- ! On Heart Depth Length C A&B D encouraging from a Democratic of the country at large. He is reer has been distinguished from in. 30 in. $14.00 8.00 lib. x $6.00 i an able Statesman in full sympa- - its start by 'ar on bossism. He view. .? in. in. x 12.00 26 in. 6.00 5.0U ' thy with the great body of peo earlv invited the relentless hos- 1 in. 2 in. x 30 in. 18.00 iaoo 76M It is new said that Woodrow ple who are strugling for exist- - j tHjjty ot Smith the most power. j 16.00 26 in. 9.00 If in. x 2 in. e.m Wilson will, in all probability, ence. Against the allied combi-jfNew! x 30 in. 35.00 2J in. democratic politician of 21 in. 18.00 carry the State of Iowa. nations of capital known as!Jersey p0r that the people of x 2$ in. 28.00 26 in 21 in. 15.00 full believer in tariff that state love their governor.; trusts, a AH wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber Mr. Taft savs that he thinks revenue only, and having During his official life Governor lie will be elected. He is cer-jfAll spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Hichory, Spokes that are brash, a.so judgment rrgea s own way irom tne vvilson has dethroned the ma- - containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as crl . tainly not Basing his 11UU1U1GJ. vvama m 111c d oanica, nhmac nornoe tnr ra. rf on the reports that are contained These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than i x I x 30 in. leng v2 he is eminently the man to place'' nui:pnn and Hpmopratio hosses metropolotain papers. in the be cassej as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. , . . , actneneao ot our government understood each other and were x 12 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culfed. All Spokes too small for Col. Roosevelt spoke m several from whom the people may truly ,surj3ervient to great corporate in. Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long Sr.nl.hprn states last week. He and justly expect a square deal. lerrstsand sec the government Length Depth On Heart thinks he will carry, so he says, A&B c of New Jersey free to serve the Wnnrlrnrar Wilcnn three States in the South. at least 3 in. 30 in. x 2 in. $30.00 It was a consummation $12.00 " fillrttirinnr ?t Viie cnaanli rvf or. & ' absolutely alone in his Cii-nr,, CA :j.U. Iaeu ux i:.4. ,uUB,Ci av He is 30 in. f 2k in. 3h inx 45.00 20.00 ceptance: "Tbere are two great' "iat nlc -, A R r.Aa i J TL A anvj u Qiam. ,'r. Q,or.J P.,.,k Yk,. ruL oFub.co .. .;i auiiiu uir VUK M.:.J Uf 1CM things to do. One is to set up pected to see consummated, but 1 lie r in "iv. wa win UlUU Sdp limOer '.n S1ZCS justice and of right in ' courageous leadership brought it! 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. the rule of indulging in . Te'Jdy has been such matters as the tantt. the d The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than Sap timber, but both grades must be split orn dishing out tafty'to the Southern regulation of the trusts and the, about This is the man and the whom the aspirant for Second Growth White Oak, showing a good growth. sugar producers for several days, prevention of monopoly, thet candidate a third term declares would be- uun l oui iJityn xnuui nW u.vta, oa wc wmiui use uieiu. opuses mat are crash, also pieces "but so"far no evidence that he adaptation..of our banking andi to xhe bosses, and containing worm noies, Knots, sun cnecics ana snort croons win dc classed as culls. Subservient , ., . will electrify that section. The currency laws to tne vanea uses , mnst. not hp. VOto for by days of his preaching; t are rieatfv t5jwh'ich our people must put isn . " Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. . . Wilson UCIIUllld Jjiwgi.wiiva, ing and end. tnem. tne treatment 01 tnose. All Oak Spokes must be 30 Jn. long. For further particulars call on or address,' .never truckled to , them; and who do in our fac-- ! Roosevelt did that's all; and it The passing of Green R. Kel. ler, whose death recently occur- tones and mines and throughout 8 Jlke,y to prove a sumclent war. CO. voters uf the United, red at his late home, Carlisle all our great industrial and . (Mass) Re- Columbia,. Kv. "KyM removes one of the best raercial undertakings, and the State. Springfield Wethington, Mgr. publican. EG. .known newspaper men in the political life of the people of the I OOOiQi i i j ; 1 I 1 1 The Jeffries Hardware Store ATTENTION ! j Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Lon; i u, . or 1 1 , . . " , - J ''" 5l,. .- . one-thir- ! , r. . ,,.,... , 1 ! -- com-rant- to te . THE ADAIR SPOKE - THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Presence of an awakened first, and to others, later. What j in benefits the farmer is certain to nation, impatient of partisan f j? T Thn silver cord hasasrain been loosMr. Geo. It. Iliudman, of Magnolia, jedj the golden liowl broken and a benefit the cities. United States Mo., who visited relatives in tills coun-- J spirjhasrirned to fche God who Senators, representatives in conty, left for his home last Wednesday gave 'it. gress, governors! and State and LOUISVILLE MARKETS lie is a native of Adair, leaving here Whereas, the Angel of Death has n years ago. He returns to again crossed the threshold of our county officers, by the dozen, the scene of his boyhood days every Church and Sunday School and re- - have sent in strong letters aplew years. moved from us a valued and devoted proving the character of the Latest Quotations on Live StocK Mesdames Lou Allen and Ed O'Kear, member. Mrs. Walker Bryant, of of Chattanooga, Tenn.. who visited) Therefore, be it resolved by the meeting. Dr. Ben Bruner, their mother, Mrs. Elrod, returned members of the Columbia Baptist Louisville; former Mayor Charles Sunday School. home last week. of Indianapolis, cattle That in her death we have lost a Bookwalter, Mr. George Conover, of Virginia, worthy Hooper, of Tennessee, Shipping steer and devoted member, the Gov. Ben a . $?.uoy,8ou Til .unveu ,u ti.. i.t au., iiuHiuut iio- rTM.... church a faithful and loyal servant, 5.5ix&6 50 day for tlit purpose of meeting Ins Mr. Charles C. Gilbert, of Nash-- 1 Beef seers Qw comnumit islbereft of a Fat heifers and cows 425f,6.00 county. lis Conover relatives of this ville, and a dozen others will be cutters e christian character. 3 who leK father was Levi Conover, athy to 3 That we extend mu. 'Cannersi.oo3.oo nuair counuy vne:i quinj auuuy man the devoted husband and children in heard in course of the meeting Hulls ' 3.25o.OO Levi Conover was a brother of this; their sad bereavement, and com- But as before stated, it will not Feederfl 4.255.75 "Uncle" Jack Conover, the father of mend them to Him who is the only be all work s.755.5o and no play. There Stockers J. P. K. Conover. source of true comfort. oice milch cows...:.... will be diversions of a pleasant Common to 3 That these resolutions be spread Judge II. C. Baker and his daugh fair cows . . . lo. ter, Miss Sallie, left Friday for a ten upon the records, a copy be presented character. When the meeting, . tirc? days visit abMonticcllo. to the family, and to the Adair Coun- - adjourns it is believed a long ty News 8.75 Miss Lydia West, who is the step will have been taken toward "1,0P ZKi Committee. 7. Go llXUlUlIlt?. J.JJ for Mrs. G. W. Staples arrived cementing the bonds of friend- - pigs G.50 last Thursday night. New Livery and Feed Stable. '.... 7.00 ship between the states repre-- J Roughs Mrs. Emma Thomas, of Louisville, Texas, is visiting relatives at sheep and lambs sented ana a long step taKen W. II. Gotl' has withdrawn from the 5. 00 (.00 opened a toward the final achievement of Best lambs Air. M. C. Alley: of Sadorus, III., lirm, Goff Bros., and has Culls 3.oo5.oo livery and fee'd stable in the the best public highways in the who has been visiting relatives and s.uo-i.Coirey Bros., barn, United States to connect and ratsneep friends at Tiussell Springs, started on barn known as the golie has all kinds of vehicles, fresh GRAIN. his homeward journey last Friday. .ing horses and safe drivers. Feed in cross Indiana, Kentucky and: 105 Mr. Ilugh Xoe, Campbellsville, was abundance. When in Columbia, ask Tennessee. Along the Old Louis- - Wheat last Friday. SO here Corn. for his stable. ville and Nashville pike, in Ten-- ! Attorney General Jas Garnett, arLocal Market. nessee, farmers gladly pay $1 per Valuable Land For Sate. rived from Frankfort Friday acre on their land for the pur- air. iv. jj. jjurtiam win ubju uuuis- I have 100 acres or good land, in pose of raising a fund to make ville this week, attending the Nation- - tjiree tracts which I will sell private improvements. J. H Roney, of Eggs.. 17 al Live l'ouitry car Lot bhippers con- - jy at a bargain. Two tracts are in Hens. 9 veiition and the bouthern Poultry and r; reell cou,ir,v. near the Adair line, one Cottontown, Tenn., who owns' Egg Convention. From Louisville he j Adair near the Green county line, 165 acres has donated .$200, a' Chickens 12 will go to Martinsville Ind., for a Tew G0od dwelling on one tract, and I am ' team and gravel. .J.. A. McDan-ie- l, Cocks . . '.) stay. days using all three tracts as one farm. & of Uuo, Hart County, Ky., isj Mr. W. B. Patteson, of this pliCi. Will sell any one, or all three of the G Turkeys tracts. anexperiencei business man, a for-- 1 doing fine work in his section to rr. ' J- - Booker, -- m 1 Geese mer sheriff of Adair county, a gentle- ward bringing about more good ' Miami, Ky. man of excellent character and stand-- ' Ducks .T. " " roads. ing. has accepted a position as book-- 1 Wool spring clipping. 21 keeper for the Consolidated Coal Jtev. I. It Crawfoidw.il spend next babbat at SulP,,ur Wcl, when Jt 1S Company. Jenkins, Ky.. Letcher coun-- 1 12 Hides (green) SAYINGS OF W00DR0W WILSON. ty. Mr. Patteson an Ived from jen,;. probable that a new Presbyterian 45 Personal Resolutions. -- make-believe- r. Buggies Surreys Runaboxits. forty-seve- Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. , , ', 1 s -- , iu - r j Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Car Load Of Satnrrlav. , , Oo-i.o- - j 35.oo-45.- oo 00-35- .00 ' 1 ! Busies Eery LVI Mill-tow- n. I Saturday June 22nd. Main first-cla- ss t uu J To-da- y. j Greensburg was Blocked for two hour? with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. day Town Marshall caU'ed) on to clear the street. n Street j j 1 During the . J F - j j . " . -- ins last Saturday night and will re- - .cHiireitull be organized. turn in a few days. The town is less Mr. It. T. McCaffree is dangerously than eighteen months old, but it is ill at his home near Columbia. one of the fastest growing towns in "Kentucky, over five hundred dwellings j m,-- . j. q, Yates, the well driller, It. is a mining town. now going up. his Ieft knee badly lmrt last Sat. liif.s,Upln.aSnf husiiios mnd. urday while sharpening a bit. .Mr. Geo. V. Staples and Mr. J. L. McLean went to Campbellsville Mon-- ; llussell's Creek Uaptisb Assooirtion uiiy sum viaiiuii i.ne ijij; tuwii, win uuiiiiiieuce iibuuiiriersviue, uieun ' county, Oct. 9. ( ! Feathers What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, i Miss Winnie Uarbee, who is in school at Princeton. Ky, writes that she is W. L. Stotts sold Brack Cam, last trettinsr along nicely, aud that there v,,o wle.. lo.. " mi " ljauui,i' .. """" are'five hundred pupils? in the institu-- ' I The forces of the nation are Beeswax asserting themselves against every form of special privilege! Yellow Root! ' MayApple(per lb), .and private control. We need no revolution, we neecj no excited change: we need Residence Phone 13 u onlv a nev noint of view anda 'new method and spirit of council.; DR. J. N. i , Ginseng r -,0 25 8 25 2 Styles and -- Easy Ridlni lion 8110. U"B ir: destruction of - vut- wcaic f,Xv;, vuau .rt r,,. Bccumg ; iz Mr. .1. I!. Uarbee left for Louisville j Good ahow at larlor c5rc,e ove thing, but merely the rule of' Mondav morning where lie will re-- 1 Saturday nijrht.. ceive his automobiles when they ar-- i 47.0" right and of the common advan-rive from the factory. Hopes to have tage. them on tl.e pike in about ten days. 25 Wanted ar, the Li udey-Wilso0ur domestic markets no longMits May Stults is not yet able to bushels of green tomatoes. ' i sit up, tnttsl e improinj. er suffice.- - We need foreign Wanted: Wood and butter at L. Miss Kate Uuscll, remains very ; markets. That is another force sick and thera is but little hope of W. T. S. that is going to break the tariff ' her recovery. covv with young calf for sale. Freli down. The tariff was once a Mr. Asa Itoy, who lives near JJoy, 11. 1. Conover. was reported dangerously id last j bulwark; now it is a dam. For; j I any kind, nor disruption ofany sound or honest' office. Front - uui, the- ' REMEMBER, Woodson Le wis the Buaw MURRELLj Qiau, the Mower and Binder man, the nudoettone a, 1 " ! nRNTIRT rooms in Jedries lairs Gasoline BTd'gj ( Engine man, the Implement man. Farm ' up n. -- r Columbia, Kentucky.1 Q. P. SMYTHE for A AHCA 3 )VJV GREENSBURG, KY. i l: KMMnA cii a P. w VV a fi HRE INSURANCE and REAL Mrs. Both One Year for $1.50. the general interest; they are , Master John Beard, who has been tneco alWay for the benefit of the, fnidrive Vl .1. -, i i .....o .itn tMt.lr .w. l.lia mcl. " nays gooa roaas meeting to De MU.wo.u.. u. h Jones A I. J LiitJ iew wiiu beeti. axiu 4". B' oone C... ueiiUii. lew, mux tU. S ' Vlilr IVffovlVn-V Cmrr ' S '' obtain them have only them-- . Mr. E B. Uarger, of this place, a , , o m- mm lventucKy, reached home wwuvl national selves to blame if presently they Vetetdnany Surgeon last week. Mrs Barker and her fath- - diana and Tennessee will be rep seemed to be condemned and dis- -' and Dentle-er, Mrs W. R. Myers, met him in ' resente' ami- - from present mdi- ' Louisville trusted. 9 years experience. Special attention ' """uicui3 ""'uc w"j No man can be just who is not 2iven to Surgical and Dental work. Mr. A. M. SpoLswood, Lexinfftx)!!, hand. Not only will good roads j w:ls here Monday. unice at resilience near urauea ocn'ioi are Bargain Days free; and no man who has to building Mebsrs.T. K. Stephenson, G. S.Dun-- j and how to build them, be dis- PHOF NO 7. N. bir, X. S Lester, Kendall, and Mr. cussed, but a round of entertain- show favors ought to undertake Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store axe the W. A, Anderson, Rowena, were here the solemn responsibility of ment will be provided which will order and price Concessions ho'd sway If in neid of Sunday. government in any rank or post be well worth enjoying. A barMr. J. li. Coffey, who has been an whatever, least of all in the su-in- out Fire Marshal is now lire becue of the real Or. .,.. - TI l,nn,ln.fn.I. fni. li mr Linoleum preme post of president of the Rugs, Carpels, ' l!i"d tacladed The value wm .1 UiaN'-LUSj United States. t.hat he is well pleased with the work of good roads as a commercial! STOItK To be free is not necessarily OArKrt GEO. assigned him, For present or future use, it will pay yoj handsomely lo Icot asset t0 tne farmer js rec- Mr. T. l. rjpton. of Glenviiie, who ognjzed in all sections. Columbia, Ky. over our large Assortment of special priced Merc is ni si. Indiana to be wisp. But wisdom comes large lumber is a saw dresser for a . frank' with counsel, with the riioxi: an.' campany, Shreveport, La, reached has proved this m many instan-homon a visit list Monday. ces, as has Kentucky and Ten- - and free conference of untram-meleMubbuch Bros., & WelEendorff Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-f men united m the comnessee. What is wanted is more Incorporated DR. T. A. SMITH roads, s these mean more mon interest. Should I be enValuable Land for Sale. Jsood great office of Jft 522nd524 West Market St, valuable farms and better access trusted with the , DENTIST One hundred and thirty-liv- e acres'for the farmer to the markets. president, I would seek counsel , . , of bottom land and tembered land for T wherever it could be had upon Columbia, Kentucky instructive ana practical tarns Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. sale This is in two tracts The terms. acres of bottom laud Is in fche from representatives of the diFloor Fron. Russell BTd'g-2- nd Graded School district, one mile from rector of public roads, WashingWe must speak, npt .to catch mile from, tl)e Columbia, ton ; the agricultural departments votes, but to satisfy the thought School building. - R. ,Conoyert Rof the three states interested, and concience of a people deeyly J. W. Copeland, of Dayton, Ohio. Columbia Iy.'' purchased a bottle o Chamberlain's The Adair County News, hViA P.nnvip.tion that Cough Remedy for his boy who had a and various commercial bodies, .firroil hv Daily ; twill be made. It will be shown they have come to a critical turn-- . d, and before the bottle was all used I handle the best "of fertilizer and': that the 'good roads proposition ing point in their moral and the boy's cold was gone. Is that nob sell cheap for chash. Courier-Journ- al s- - McKinley. is of vital interest to the farmer! political development. We Btand t0"rs bm? t sale by rami Drug Co r0r ler. I , victim of rheumatism for several! u, uat ji months., is thought to be some be j ""uu"i-c- " Commissioner of Public Roads. trade is reciprocal; we can not. Mattie Vance, who has been a,R. Qm Terrell, of Kentucky, hasLpll nniP,o we .,un nuy. v .,, in eiiort to oring aDOUt a cenaance or iarmers at O- - 1 r j- ... Dig t-- ue evtrj ESTATE The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al at- - FaVors are never conceived in . 1 - V t i ball-olave- r. Jones Jones t J J July August j 1 isL,' old-fashion- ed 4 "'' James Triplett T and j AVIT-SOX'- J S to-da- y I ; . e. i d 1 -- i nine-fcj'-llv- e ... ' " one-ha- lf r 48-- tf i and i6-3- iff $ THEADAIK COUNTY NEWS Bowels are Basis of Child Health The careful mother, who watches ' closely the physical peculiarities of her children, will soon discover that the most important thin? in connection with . child's constant Rood health is to keep the bowels regularly open. Sluggish lowels will be followed by loss of appe-- " tite, restlessness during sleep, irritability and a dozen and one similar evidences of physical disorder. At the first sign of such disorder give the child a teaspoonful of Dr. C ..well's Svrup Pepsin at nteht on retiring and repeat the dose the following night if accessary more than that will scarcely will find that the child le needed. You accustomed good spirits will recover its at once and will eat and sleep normally. This remedy is a vast improvement over salts, cathartics, laxative waters and similar things, which are altogether too powerful for a child. The homes of Mrs. Carrie McDonald, 1030 Trigg Ave., Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Sallie E. Griffith, Veechdale, Ky., are always supplied with Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, and with them, as with thousands of others, there is no substitute for this grand laxative. It is really more than a laxative, for it contains superior tonkj properties which help to tone and strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels so that after a brief use of it all laxatives can be dispensed with and nature will do its own work. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, ion Washington St., Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. iFI FRT ni II I INRi p"3x?sxsks) The Titanic's Final Plunge. The filling of the forward compartments brought her down by the bead and gradually to an .almost vertical position. Here she hung awhile, stern high iu air, like a huge, weighted spar buoy. As she swung to the perpendicular her heavy engines and boilers, tearing loose from their foundations, crashed forward idownward), and the water pressure, increasing s she sank, burst in the so far intact after compartments. It was the muffled roar of this "death rattle" of the dying ship that caused some survivors to tell of bursting boilers and a hull broken apart. The shell of the ship, except for the injuries received in the collision, went to the bottom intact. When the after compartments finally gave way the stricken vessel, weighted with the mass of engine and boiler room wreckage at her forward end, sank, to bury herself, bows down, in the soft ooze of the Atlantic bottom, two miles below. There, for aught we know, she may at this moment be standing, with several hundred feet of her rising sheer above the ocean floor, a sublime memorial shaft to the 1,600 hapless souls who perished In this unspeakable tragedy. Scientific American. Bride Fined For Coquetry. A young woman of Zurich has been fined 1 4s and costs for "coquetry." She was about to be married and duly presented her birth certificate at the town hall, where it was found that the figures of the year of her birth, 18S3. had been changed to 1SSG by the bride, who thus became three years younger. As it Is a serious matter in Switzerland to tamper with official papers, the police were informed, and the young woman, who belongs to a good family, had to appear before the magistrate. She explained that she felt at least three years younger than her age (twenty-nine- ) and therefore changed the figures. In pronouncing sentence the magistrate smilingly remarked, "Ah, mademoiselle, you must not be so much of a coquette." Geneva Cor. London Standard. Western Bank Loans. The difference between tbe American east and west so strongly emphasized by rhetoricians and meteorologists extends even to the banking system. In the west they lend money on reputation, in the east on security. On a day in June last sis little banks In Seattle had lent on individual or firm notes without any other security than the names $3,597,000. while the whole National bank group In New York had lent on similar paper only a little more than 59,000.000. On that same day in San Francisco the loans of this sort amounted to more than $47,000,000. The western system is one of credit based upon industry and upon much closer and more accurate knowledge of the man himself than can ever be possible in the bigger eastern cities. World's Work. Toll of thft Icebergs. The list of vessels battered or sunk by Icebergs Is a long one, and it is well to recall it at a time when all the world Is thinking of the Titanic. Thus, to take an example or so at haphazard, in the spring of 1S90 four steamers of WEEKLY I PNEUV left me with a frightful cos:ch a- - u very weak. X had -- pells when 1 c u. hardly breathe cr speak for lu t(- '? minutes. Aly doctor could notl.i r; me, but I was completely cared I y T m COURIER i JOURNAL i I DR. ICING'S W Mrs. HENRY. WATTERSON, Editor 50c J. E. SI. 00 U9Sr i Cox, Jolit a m AND t v Democratic in politics. ' It prints all the news without fear or favor The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL Is a Nm.ional Newspaper, 9 isaaawfteaaiEEagz AT ALL DRLG jsts II ! C. D. TL.I Crenshaw CflDHCAW J CTGO!MAOV II LlViltrmi JUilULUIl 1 ND THE ADAIR COON BoTi-T The Daily If NES I! ONE YEAR S Louisville And The Times News Special Attnetin to Eyes a I i you will give or send your order to this Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Spavin or any surgical work done at fair prices I an: well fixed to take care of stock. Men ey due when work is done or stcclt removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. ON BURKSVILLE Adair County ally i Courier-Journ- al, Is the best afternoon daily paper publish ed in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the Presi- dencv. - I: i. Joseph Jamstown, H. w Stone, Attoney-AMa- unday Courier-Journ- al, Yr S2J0 I: Will pradlce in this and adjoining counties. if V We can give you a combination cut ay if you will write rate on Daily or Kentucky this paper. i Si ? ' X'1).eSXsX&X?SXXX Va'(Xo)VSXiJ.((iT'ji SVBvf Whv tj The campaign is on and if you Yant to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. . The Ad air County News andWeek lyCour- - m ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. Dggrj We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for 4.50 per year Oome to the office or mail in your subscription. You will need a Daily paper During the mm Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. jjjiCourier Journal? iSs' HENRY WATTERSON Editor. We CarCFurnist) You Presidential Contest And The Louisville Times will keep you Posted. route utterly vanished, and In 1S99 ten steamers disappeared. In 1908 the Mongolian was Imprisoned for two days in the ice, but escaped. In 1909 tbe Lake Champlain, the Regulus. the Bonavista and the Montrose were so battered by the floating ice that each escaped calamity by a very narrow margin, while none can tell how many Gshing smacks are yearthe England-Americ- a This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to The News, Columbia, Kv. The Adair County News and 1he I i ly dashed to pieces by these towering glassy crags. London Queen. AH Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books Just Like a Conundrum. George W. Coleman, a Boston man who spoke to the newspaper men at Columbia the other day. pulled a neat "gag." "I'm going to show you something which 1 have in my pocket," he said. "I never saw it; you never saw-it- ; nobody ever saw it. Xou can look at it, and then I'll never see it again: you'll uever see it again; nobody'll ever see it again. How many of you believe me?" Four or five men held up their hands doubtfully. Then Mr. Coleman took a peanut from his pocket, shelled it. exposed the kernel, which nobody had ever seeu; then he ate the kernel. Kansas City Star. Our Chief Capital. William Muldoon. the health specialist, said In a recent interview In New York: "The health of the average American is far below what it was a generation ago. The trouble is that we Americans put dollars ahead of health, ahead of life, ahead of everything. "They say that a European, landing for the flrst time in New York, once nslced a native, 'What is the capital of this country, sir?' " 'I forget just how much the capital is,' the native replied, 'but anyhow It's all in Pierpont Morgan's hands.' " New York mmsmii m mwmwmwmm U. G. HARDWiCH, Weekly Courler-Journai Pres. J. H. COCKF, V. Pre;. R.H. OiETZMAN. See Both One Year For $1.50 i J . T. Pyne Mill & Suppl y Co. -- ESTABLISHED m INCORPORATED 1889- - WILiUWHIGHTS DEALERS !N f mflCHlJlSTS UDUISVILLe We can also give liberal Will have to Come off,, Under the Law, if not Paid at once ENGINES. BOLERS, SAW MLiS. GRIST WILLS. REED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTH-MrtfN, ' combination rate with Daih or Sunday Courier Journal. ' Write Courier-Journ- al Com-ipan- y, MOKE STACKS, , Louisville, Kyv foi free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure ro t The Governm ent Sheet iron and Tank Work i s.JKO send your subscription orde to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. Press JutJBINQWORK. SOLICITED V'' . Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year ed on Dr. Cook in Berlia the explorer said: "My lectures in Germany will To the first newspaper man who call- Dr. Cook's Modified Claim. aittjgw i sPWcggPiW?-- - aEcrfj-- . Wfc$MttV$i All Kinds of Machinery Repaired not be given for tne purpose of ! tnak- - j ; We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week ing money. I hope simply to make tr.y The reporter says: work known." "Cook has modified his claims. He no longer says, 'I reached the pte. but 'On April 21. 1908, I arrived at a point on an ice floe which, according to my calculations, could be designated as the north pole.'" Cook also spoke hopefully of an expedition to the farthest north point by Zeppelin balloon- - ftSJLS... drSSI. aT -4 KS VC .W.Jr. S9r tro X?4 5 ' I-- The Adair County News and Daily jfsSsrs .ttidaud Tlaleicrb. Cri I KrlacSo A otrt V.;n CVMiro. sK.' iJeivi,!3 ji -- ji liver andkidneysiii'ln-.Courier-Journal .ot right 3 " (! ',! n-- . s ? i made mo fee - 'k. - ojw mjus - ifl,VWMWP-i - - u , TH THE DUTCH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS The Glory of Autumn. i i FARMHOUSE. that his efforts were appreciated or even read. JNow Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of different kinds. What other treatments I fried, helped me for a few days only." CARDU I Woman'sTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before faking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooca. Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Ten- nInstructions, and book. "Home i reatment tor women, sent iree. j oi f or Special Write ce I Now is t ha ii iff if j 'lllINll'lINI'l'"'' is. mm: -'- KaeK7fc& i m I i imA it fir 1 111 IV M X want to keep posted dur ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair If you County News. 7K SV One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year W in of travel is swollen by the home- while all classes of business men coming of the "vacationers," are permitted without criticism and they will tell you, with a to do business with a saloon sigh of satisfaction as they lay keeper the country editor isn't, in a store of freckle and tan re- he must be "holy" undefiled, mover, bleaches and cold cream, separate from sinners and keep that they have had a lovely time, himself from the world. but we, who know, feel that 1911 FOR Short Stops. they are missing the best of the year, for the glory of the auBRIGHTER, BETTER, Baseball threatens to become a tumn months is just now beginning to tinge the woodlands and paramount issue, BIGGER THAN EVER tint the mountain sides. Yet It must be confessed that the THE REGULAR PRICE OF the call of the home and bus- dog has some glorious days. iness is insistent, and the workThe new dance of the season THE LOUISVILLE TIMES up the strife of is called the "horse trot," if you ers must take the streets, the business of the care to go the pace. A YEAR. bread winners is opening, and Double deck cars would bei IS and the housekeeper must be DODular with the DeoDle who setting the house in order for the sleep outdoors aU winter If YOU WILL SEND YOUR 0RDE coming winter, while every A paris playwright owns 127 TO US, YOU CAN GET where the schools are calling, pairs of trousers? But how calling, and the young people many pairs of suspenders? THE ADAIR COUNTY C. R. must De Prepared. cheesemaking is to be seen.-M- rs. mi. u mueeu utJ a MU3 j Miller in Leslie's. The summer has been hot and) iIIls woulu NEWS disturbing, even in the country, world if the venders treated THE SWISS PRESIDENT. .,y and the sun has been like .watermelons with benzcate of AND 7K His Powers Are Quite Limitedt and So flame; the rushing about sda' Is His Salary. m , Wireless telegraphy may be president of Switzerland is so thrmierh the heat-- and hnrrv h The THE LOUiSVILEE r hedged about by the constitution that, drawn heavily upon the strength only in its infancy, as Admiral V, excent for official nurnoses and to fa ' cilitate the exchange of courtesies and of even the young. But now, Edwards says, but it is a husky TIMES of amicable understandings with for- nature is settling down, after infant- eign nations, he has no more standing Tncnnirv ic rn ho fho ntan nf than the other six members of the heV TTfinnrtiB nf fnil nnrl fVio hay BOTH ONE YEAR council of which be forms a part He .Chicago's society burglar. is elected for one year, has no official vests are either garnered, or Crazy for other people s jewelry, residence, and his chief business Is to ready for the hand. No more sign the documents of the bundesrat FOR ONLY douot. or council of seven. His salary Is in toiling under burning skies; no !no our money equal to about $3,G00 per A woman left the Arctic circle THE LOUISVILLE TIMES annum, and there Is no provision for more wondering, "What shall X private expenses, such as traveling or to et married in Boston. Prob-beMy the harvest be?" We know the entertaining. He is expected to live the best afternoon paper prinor the worst; it is all done, abIy been up there to set in the capital of the country during ted anywhere. the year he holds office. His. associate glory of the autumn lies climated- members In the bundesrat get $3,000 a Men accuse women of being year, and they are elected for three like a benediction over fields aDd Has the best corp3 of corresyears, their votes having the same forests during the "Sabbath of slaves to fashion and still wear force as that of the president pondents. As a rule, the president of Switzer- the year," and a sense of peace ' straw hats when it is cold enough land Is before election a member of steals over the soul at the touch for earmuffs. Covers the Kentucky field perthis council and is elected to the highEating lunch every day in ten fectly. offiee without opposition, but in 1SS3 of little, cooling, vagrant breezes er he had a rival, and, though he won in whisper of comfort and minutes is another form of speed the election, he was unable to support that Covers the general news field what in his country Is looked upon as rest. Now and then, during mania that is responsible for an affront and committed suicide be- early September, we have a touch many deaths, completely. fore his inauguration. In this connection it might be well or a hint of frost; and there are Once more the last of the pas-hHas the best and fullest ma? to note, too, that Switzerland is the , days to follow as the sum-- Senger pigeons has died. That one country on the globe where it costs kets reports. nothing to die, as in certain cantons mer dies away. But October! bird will accomplish the feat poor are buried at the exrich and DEMOCRATIC in politics, bui pense of the state. Harper's Weekly. There is nothing more beautiful 0nce too often some day. "cloth.-of.gold-" than this month, Lightinmg has come to the fair to everybody. A Chance of a Lifetime. when the last hint of summer !frontas a cure for rheumatism. "Have you any cheering news?" asked the boarding house landlady has died away, and the drear u SEND YOUR SUBSCftIP But it fe hardly ,ikely many when her husband got home. "Dearie," he cried, "I have more iness of winter is but a far sug- - be struck with the remedy, than that I have a happy surprise." gestion. These days are full of RIGHT AWAY "Huh! Are you sober?" Family and Cattle Find Quarters Un der the Same Roof. The typical Dutob farmhouse is square, one storied, with a pyramid shaped roof. The space between the apex of the roof and the celling of the dwelling part is generally nsed as a storehouse for winter food for the cattle. The living room door opens into the stable, fpr the cattle are invariably housed under the same roof as the family. The homes vary little in their furnishings. One always sees bright strips of carpet, a highly polished center table, where the family Bible is displayed, and a glass dresser, with its shelves filled with rare old brass and delft ware. The most curious thing about the bouses are the sleeping quarters-uniq- ue and certainly unhealthy from the modern viewpoint, which requires plenty of fresh air in the bedrooms. The cheesemaker's family sleeps in recesses in beds built in cupboard-lik- e the wall and as far from the window as possible. There is a door similar to that of a cupboard, and this is kept closed during the day in order that the bed may be hidden from view. The stuffy condition of this walled in bedroom can be readily imagined. The linen is always snowy white, and the whole makeup presents an attractive appearance even to the decorated strap suspended from the ceiling and used to assist the occupant of the couch to rise. The visitor is always welcome at the cheese farms, but the visit must be Just at this season the stream that they are and concludes that ..... he knows THE LOUISVILLE TIMES $5.00 3 i- i , 1 j ! ( I i $4.50. i st i ac-T- he j t ', ( j ot 1 I J J j j iw: ?y f reformers should be careful not! , C ff ana sione, to make mother wash all the,UOIOUsb me ia su ""Peasant.-bed?" the paved streets and the darkVerilly there is something dishes and wipe them, too. , "Aw, say I This is the real thing." offices know nothing of it. ness of "Tell me the worst" Scientists have discovered how Worsethan caPital Punishment: "Tou know that milliner you got a The toil of nature has changed, 590 hat from?" daylight. They For instance a ChicaS iud 7& but the maelstrom of life in the to make artificial "I do. Don't tell me she's dead." has sentenced a man to 30 days aoA VV WWW V .. 1U VJWWW fn coo W41J nf if 41UVi AtUW 0vn0 "Better than that. She's coming great cities swirls on forever. in Pittsburg. here for two weeks board." in the lobiter palaces. "Henry, you can have that trip to People who love their fellow Monte Carlo you've been wanting." Things They Don't Say. Saves Leg of Boy. Cleveland Plain Dealer pleasure that old boy men will note with "It seemed that my would have to lose his leg, on account some aviators are learning to "I could have been here on Cocaine, & of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad fti Peru and countries Travelers time, but I really didn't care." being injured. where rani rows iliew the leaves of bruise," wrote D. F.Howard, Aquone, fall without tills pi:mt for the purpose of allaying X. C. All remedies and doctors treat"Let me interrupt the conver- The numerous diamond disap- l 7F the e.i-- e ill hunger and t,he feeling of ment failed till we tried Bucklen's exlKiu-iio- ii that accompanies it At Arnica Salve, and cured him with one pearancenow roported indicate sation a few minutes with one of i lie leaves were thought to possess lirst box." Cures burns, boils, skin erup- the presence of some clever mv pointed anecdotes." food elements, but now it is known piles. 25c at Paull Drug Co "Don't excuse my handwrit-Th- e that the cocaine they' contain merely tions, thieves or cleverer press agents. aliays the irritability of the nerves average college yell may m- - Ifc is never better than in that produce the sense of huuger. CoBooze Advertising. and generally caine is an alkaloid made from the be a weird affair, but it is asjthis instance, coca lpaf. which has the effect of comdignified as a funeral in compari- - worse, pletely destroying the sensibility of recently was nerves. The discovery of this active An Illinois editor 1 expected you, Mr. Fountleigh son with the average campaign principle of the coca leaf explained fully and satisfactorily the effect pro- called to task because he insert- yell. l nave oeen up stairs primping duced by chewing the leaves. ed an advertisement for a for the past two hours." 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD One Harvard scientist has sue place in his town. "booze" In My answer to your proposal of Trouble. ceeded in making hot ice, which We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long The worn, gray haired man met a his next issue of his paper he remarriage, Alfred, is 'Yes.' It as our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights mysterious stranger. plied to his critics in the follow- would be of no use at all on the "And who might you be?" asked the and styles of Ellwood and Square lesh. Fences. morning after the night preced- took you long enough to come to man. ing style: the point, I must say." 5BINCH G523L "5Iy name is Trouble." replied the ing. He says he canf esses to the act, stranger. Somen "This weather is better than A Brooklyn man who was "Strange that I got these gray hairs but assigns two reasons therefore dodging you and never met you be 2lflCH by a pickerel wants to last year's."' fore," said the man. Cincinnati En- First, because he needed the bitten "These were not the best seats hydrop34INCH quirer. J "yM money, and he got fifteen cents know if fish can have unless it's a dogfish, I could get. I had an attack of a line for it. Second, he desir- - hobia, Not The Kiss Feminine. stinginess when I got the box should say. Brother Which one of those Penton , " &Ams is ,kmJKKa Kajuaw ed to ascertain whether his es we claAa girls is It that you don't like? Sister office." Side whiskers are to come into Ssshl Some one 'might hear you. teemed brothers and sisters read "I am glad to have you go, When the crowd comes up I'll kiss her Both his curiosity fashion again and the youth who his paper. twice. Illustrated Bits. ome and see us Mr. Boresum. and cupidity have been satisfied. cannot raise a mustache will thus u nrf IH en v HLir:H ii ELIWOOD FIELD FEMCE (STANDARD SITICJHAUC iA as seldom as you can." Literature. He had talked of the evils of in- find that life has its compensaf "Pa. what Is literature? J. W. Copeland, of Dayton. Ohio, Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. "Literature is writing printed In temperance devoted much space tions, purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's some expensive manner." St Louis Professor Metchnikoff says Cough Remedy for his boy who had to the religious and temperance a organizations, given the preach- - one may by eating carrots pro- cold, and before the bottle wasallused Too many people mistake n wl9h for j the boy's cold was gone. I - . ir. nob v 1162East Market Street, Between First and Brook. era compimentary notice, but no long one's life. ti ambition - Chicago News.-- ' better than to pay a five d.i or doc. LouisviIle,Ky. . intimation bad ever been given Why is it that everything which tor's bill? For sale by Paull Lrug Gov or dock , "Better than that, dear heart." '. "Well, tell It to me. Did you earn two bits spading up somebody's peony cne tanes JM 1 . , 1 1 L I I - 1 Louisville Times and News i j j 14-ye- ar $4.50 xxyxxxxxx mzxxxxxxxxxxxx ' ! ! ! ELLW00D WRE FENE J : i t 77777M TTTtATUVUWi i a ""' v. 1 DEHLER BROS., Post-Dispato- h. 8 Gradyville. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- few days of last week with a I rheumatic pain in his back. Judge N. H. Moss was here Mr. Walker Bryant our county Incorporated last Friday. clerk, and children of Columbia, J. A. Wilmore, Lee Flowers visited his brother Mr. Dolp and Nat Walker were at Columbia Bryant of this place one night Twelve head of Brood mares and Stallions will be sold :it last Friday. last week. public auction as follows: Uncle Geo. Flowers who has Mrs. G. R. Feese visited her Louise Cabell, 11 years old, a great brood mare, register been on the sick list for the past daughter. Mrs. Wilbur Beard c Windows, Doors, number 5900 threp other good ones in foal by Bald Chief, No. week or so is improving at this several days of last week. 3806. time. Blinds, Columns, Mrs. W. P. Dunbar visited her it Raven Bird, by Red Bird 1956, 6 years old and has proven t: There will be singing at this sister, Mrs. Heniretta Hancock l : Brackets, , .... himself a great horse. place conducted by Prof. Stapp, one day last week. T Alexander Artist, 4517, by Fayett Artist, 4516, is 5 years Mouldings, on Saturday night before the Miss Mary Garnett has taken old and measures up to present day exactions of horse fanciers in first Sunday in next month. posession of her school that was Stair Work. all his make up. Every body invited to attend. being taught by Mr. Barger. Ask Bald Chief, 3809, by Montgomery Chief, 1361 is 3 years old Geo. H. Nell returned to CoMr. Eldridge Barger of Joppa, and is one of the most promising youngsters in Southern KenFor lumbia last Friday after several was in our town one day last tucky. His first colts will appear next Spring. Our days stay with us. week, Columbia Chief, 5437, by Bourbon, King, 1788 is one year Mr. AvHubbadof Greensburg, Complete spent last Miss Ola Pendleton old, but an individual that measures up to bis fancy breeding. I was here a day or so last week Wednesday night with Miss ' also have some colts that will catch your fancy if you like good Catalog. looking after the tobacco inter- Flossie Arnold. ones. est. Mrs. Henry Johnston Mr. and JACK. There has been one crop of to of Cane Valley, visited the lat-tesie Thomas last week was an inMy Jack, 6 years old is a good one, 15 hands high and hft3 Wilson's Store. bacco of the 1912 growth sold at sister, Mrs. C. M. Bault last crease, over 2 bushel were shelled. proven himself of great value. He goes under the hammer. 5 and 8c per pound. That don't Saturday night and Sunday, Mr. Walker Cravens was quite Mrs. C. I. Thomas and Mrs. CATTLE. look very bad, the Greensburg Mr. Dee Knifley bought two M. B. Dohonny and Mrs. Lizzie sick days of last several Loose Leaf House will handle One Aberdeen bull, 11 months old as good as they grow. mule colt's one at Columbia for Thomas were visiting Mrs. Pate week, this crop. Two Aberdeen cows, one due to calve first of December, the $86, one at Roley for $70, Thomas one day last Week. Miss Myrtie Combest who jther next April. They are pure bred and excellent individuals. Mr. George A. Keltner, of Mr. E, V. Humphress sold a Miss Birt Thomas who was spent two weeks very pleasantly Keltner, was in our midst one HOGS. span of aged mules to Brack visiting Miss Nell Waggener of at Russell Springs has returned delivering a nice day last week Some pure breed Poland China hogs consisting of 2 year old Massie for $360. Springfield for the past two home. lot of cattle to J. F. Pendleton boar, sow and 5 pigs. Also several shoats. Mr. Charles Sinclair sold to weeks has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Collins market price. at the I also have a brake cart and harness, a good Houten road Mr. Sam Burdette of Lebanon, 1 John and James Durham were were visiting on Casey creek a cart. Another Bone yard establisaed span mare mules for $315. rlnv nr an loot- mnnlr here bnying cattle last week. "CC1Vfor his own convenience, Mr. This sale will be held WEDNESDAY OCTOBER THE 23rd Miss Vina Taylor is visiting Mr. Charlie Floyd left Thurs-'an- d busiStrong Hill, the well known wiU begin at 10 a m at my barn half mile from Columbia, friends and relatives at Elkhorn. day for Missouri where he ex- At Rest. ness man of our town has one Further information will be given if requested. Mr. Wilbur Beard traded a pects to spend several months. a very few of he will only admit TERMS Six months, bankable notes. young mare to W. F. Allison of Mr. A. M. Roy is not so well his neighbors to deposit. All the above stock will be sold to the highest bidder. Mr. W. A. Rankin was born Disappointment for a span of Remember the date Wednesday, Oct. 23rd. Mr. Robert Reed of Columbia, Nov. 1st, 1844, and died Septem this week. wagon and Harness, mules, snsnt a few davs of last week ber 21st 1912, being sixty years Mrs. Nancy Bryant and daugh-- ! .. v, giving $200 difference, ter, Susie, left Monday on a here workme insurance old. given by Mr. The bean hulling Columbia, Ky. Rq wag converted s e v e r a 1 visit to relatives in Springfield good success. Quite a number of ladies of Dolph Bryant last Saturday night WMrB acm an wiH flip 111., they will be absent three was largely attended and all re- - p,:- -: our town and community witnessnuiiiT nn Hvprl a weeks befere they return home, ed the opening of Mrs. Hill's ported a nice time. good Christian until the end. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bryant, of' Spurlington when the blessed Savior called Rochester, 111., are visiting rela-- : on last SatMr. John Jones of fine display of hats Taylor county, visited his sister, him to that bright home above, tiver in this community. urday. Mr. Henry Parson who has Mrs. K. A. Uorbin Irom briaay where there will be no more sad Rev.Edward Aaron will begin a been living in our town for the till Monday, parting and no more good-byeMeeting which series of meeting at white Oak Of the Adair County ' grand-- 1 years has moved to the Misses Annie and Judelle We grieve over the loss of past five will convene with the church at Cane on Wednesday night before the of Mr. Geo. H. Nell. bertson visited their sister, Mrs. pa, but it was the Lord's will for first Sunday in Oct. Valley, on Friday evening before V. Humphress one day last him to go, and we should not Mr. Geo. Franklin who made.E. Miss Etta and Lula Bryant the first Sunday in Oct. cry out against God's will. a crop of tobacco on Mr. Strong week. were guests of Miss Sarah Lou 1912 at 7:30 He was twice married, and Bryant Han-- J season wants to Messrs. Willie and Robt Hill's farm this last Sunday. p. m. say to his old friend H. A. Walk-- ! cock, of Cane Valley, passed his last wife, who was Miss Rel-d- a Mr. Albert Bryant was in Coffey, survives him. He er of Columbia who is interest- here with their horses en route Campbellsville last Saturday on leaves six children and a number ed in the loose leaf house for the Liberty Fair. i. Devotional, led by Z. T. Williams. business. at Greensburg that he expects Messrs. Feese and Dudgeon-wer- e of grand children, who grieve Folee Hood 2. Address of Welcome for him. Home will not be the The implicit confidence 3. The President's Address: The Bible and the Bible School. to have his crop ready for the in this section one day last that many same again, for his place is va- - people have in Chamberlain's Colic, 4. The Soul's Desire for God, Z. T. Williams early part of week delivering stoves. market in the Appointment of Committees. J is still, but Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is 5. November. Mr "RI V. PnmiYhrPSS hniichf: cant and his voice Saturday Morning Session. 9:30. Bible School Session. . knotv that founded on their experience in the use Mr. J. F. Pendleton made a a pair of 3 years old mare mules they should rejoice , to ., , ,. of that) remedy and their knowledge i Devotional, led by State Worker. ne nas gone to awen in tnat of the many remarkable cures of colic, trip to Sulphur Well last Wednes- - 0f John Knifley for $320. The New Graded Bible School State Worker day where he will deliver 40 head' CharJie Walker is building a heavenly home. He will watch diarrhoea and dysentery that ib has 1.' Evangelism Through the Bible School W. J. Loos. effected. For sale by Paull Drug Co. of cattle at a fancy price that , new dam at the Plum Point milL from the gates of heaven for the State Worker 4. The Model Worker's Conference nome coming oi nis iovea 5. The need of Better Trained Teachers and Leaders in the Bible School, ne naa grazing at mm piace. He. wiu be ready ao grind again Humble. ones. May the Lord bless us all Mrs. Z. T. Williams. Mr. Charlie Sexton formerly ' jn two or three weeks. may be ready to meet that we Afternoon Session, 1:30 of this place who has been. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram of Pulling Fodder and making; Devotional, led by A. R. Feese. Reports of Churches and Schools. j fl LL..!M- - J- me past, nvmg at ocouibvme xui j.l Hnni. Columbia, is visiting friends and iiiiii sorghum is the order of the day, W. J. Loos The ' ritual Betterment of the Church The funeral services were confive or six years called in to see reiatives in this secti0n. Old uncle Alburn Robertson is Our Flea for the Union of God's People T. Williams ducted at the residence Sunday us one day last week while on a this writin&- Saturday Evening Session 7:30 Mrs. Jesse Absber visited her afternoon. The remains were verv feeble at occ "OUb"fc"' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. laid to Devotional, led by W. H. Cundiff rest in the family burry-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foley, of Mr. Mrs. William Compton, State Worker Wedne?day ing ground, near Mr. L. V. Cook's Kings Mountain, were visiting 2. The Problems of the Ministerial Supply us that he was . Sexton informed F. J. Barger 3. The Problems of the Country Church Wayne county, many friends be- - reletives here last week. Query Box Opened. 4. well pleased with Scottsville and Hovious, of this place attended ing present. Every body is in Our school is progressing nice- Sunday Morning Session, 9:30 had a nice business and was the State Fair at 'Louisville. sympathy with the wife and oth- - ly under the management of . Model Bible School, Conducted by State Worker. getting along fine. W. Jt Loos Mr. J. R. Slaughter and family er surviving members of the Prof. Logan Robertson. 2. Sermon Miss Mabel Atkin, of ColumThe singing at New Friend 3. Communion Service. is on an extended trip to Jeffer- family. May the Lord bless bia spent several days last week son county, visiting friends and them all. ' Ship church was largely attend- - 4. Offering. visiting Miss Mollie Flowers of Afternoon Session His loving grand daughter, ed. relatives. .pur city. . Address by the State Bible School Worker . Emma Stephenson. Mr. Geo. Hancock and family Mr. Odes Holt of Esto, was There will be dinner on the ground on Saturday. Our farmers are putting in Bakerton, Ky. here on business one day last Mrs. Heniretta visited his mother Let all the Churches in the county send Delegates and reports to this meeting --this week cutting corn, sowing Hancock last Wednesday. week. wheat and making sorghum. Thc Men Who Succeed Mr. J. R. Beard is spending a Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Smith of Horse Cave September Kentucky Fair Dates. Several cases of diptheiia in heads of large enterprises are men p fc mn as few days at Campbellsville. visiting relatives e deMorgantown September 19- our community at this time, of great energy. Success, To ail is to fail. It's here Monday, mands health. Milltown. Barbourville Fair September 2L utter folly for a man to endure a weak, Migg Clgra Fo visited Misges Knifley. half alive condition when Lexington October Electric Bitters will put him right on Lona and Elender Wilson last in short order. "Four bottles Monday night. Mayfield October Bowling" ". Green September Mrs. C. I. Thomas, of Lewis-vill- his feetmore real goou uian any otner did me fTl Miss Ellen Monday is on the ltf- auuui, lfu X. u, li' t ri r uao ntA4 1UL. .Running up and downstairs, sweepTexas, is visiting her sist mm1ini T ovor tnnU- - wrir.Ps fihas. 4.7, sick' list at this writing ing and bending; oyer making beds will B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years completed hid new barn. Mrs. Lizzie Thomas. a woman healthy or beautiTompkinsville SeDtember or suffering with Rheumatism, liver Jtr. Ruel 'Tucker and family Miss Mont Thomas is visiting trouble; stomach disorders and de- - Mr. Herman Foley failed an ful. She must get out of doors, walk .p, t&lle- or 'two every day and take moved from this place to Casey's .her sister, Mrs. Cassus Breeding, ranged Kidneys, I am again, thanks I eagle last Friday.Mt4was a great Sanders September ''""'' unamDenain's Tablets to improve Uo Electrjc.Bitters, sound and well." her Monticello SeptembeF3-6- . show to the people as there were Creek one day last week. of Little Cake,-- , this meek. digestion and regulate her bowels. Only 50 cents at Paul Try them. several who had never seen one. I Newport September orsaie py i'auii, Drug.Co.. The bean hulling at Mrs. Das- - Drug'Go'. ""' . "A Tjr. J. C. .Gose was laid up a Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. High Class Horse Show WHOLESALE a -.- . rs ( i - , A. S. 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