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An Attempt to Assassinate Ex-Presid- ent HE FINISHED HIS WORK, GONE TO HER REWARD Carried His NENT CITIZEN. Former Lieutenant Enevitable OVER Governor to the J. R. Hindman Sucumbs Crosses RIVER OF DEATH THE DARK and had ofteu been called to do work 70th vear, and her whole life was in adjoining counties. On the ."th spent in Columbia and in its suburbs York. She was a daughter of Jas. M. and day of this month he died at his fate Susan Russell, who died many years Wisconsin. All this occurred at Milwaukee, home, two and one-hamiles from ago, and since their she was en route from this town. One week before his do- -' her brother, James M. demisehouseand while the The shot was fired kept in. mise he was on Cumberland river, the old homestead. his hotel to the auditorum. surveying, awl before he finished his Sh was a devoted member or the work he was taken sick, and returned Presbyterian Church and had beeu home, fie told a friend, who called COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Abolish the Fiscal Court. to see him, that he felt at one time he since early girlhood. She was loved by all Columbia old and young -- for i would not be able to reach his family of the To the special committee alive. lie lingered for six days, grow- her many Christian virtues. She is has ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KY. ing weaker all the time, and when survived by two brothers, James Mb Louisville Commercial Club; which Russell, and J. O. Russell, the former f?frif",tl Prime if ivne noonofnl cnrrnnnd undertaken a campaign for the aboli- J. L. Pelley & S E. Conover PUT ) vs tion of thC'Fiscal Court, the Courieredbyhis wife, children and several !dep"ty Ps,tmaster, the latter a prorai- Alberta Whitworth, &c Deft. mercnani. Journal pledges heartily its interest f riends liy virtue of a Judgment and order j ne uiuerai services were conduct- lioi-ltRflli !Wf'f!fl ran !m lio and support. The task is one that can - ' fji .. ..... "Y... rend-- i ltm. be accomplished, and the end in view of sale of Adair Circuit Court, called, was a line citizen, and had no .wuuiioi . late home Ull .lumesiowu , . . should interest everyone in Jefferson ered at the September term, thereof, many friends in Adair count as any street, oaturaay aicernoon following, shall procounty, who has an interest in public 1912, in the above cause, one man It is needless to say by her pastor, Rev. .1. R. Crawford. body. ceed to offer for sale at the court- other were affairs that are his own affairs. When the war of the States broke that he will be greatly missed, not on- Therepresent, many friends and relahouse door in Columbia, Ky., to the ly all being deeply touched by those out, he espoused the cause of the The Fiscal Court system is intoler- highest bidder, and dear to tives at public auction, on him. but bywho were nearcounty. Es- by the solemn and impressive words State lias become interested in build- able. Tts history of graft, Monday, union, enlisted in the 13th Kentucky the entire the 4th day of November, Infantry, and was a gallant soldier, ing good roads, and is willing to fur- wasting of public funds, neglect of 1912, at one o'clock p. ra., or there- pecially will he be missed by his spoken by the pastor. At the close of neighbors and the county ouicers, with which the remains were borne to the soon becoming a commissioned oilicer. nish an engineer to establish grades, public interest, scorn of public opinspecifications, estimates of costs and ion. The taxpayers have been ruthl- about, being county court, upon a whom he was almost daily associated. city cemetery, followed by a large He was in many hotly contested batcredit of six months the following de- The deceased was an concourse of sorrowful f riedds. tles, acquitting himself with honor in supervise the building of roads we, essly exploited through the medium scribed property, to wit: Two ardent Baptist, certain aud had been a member of were many beautiful floral therefore, accept the proffered serv- of machinery that could never be sucevery engagement. the church There When the war A ices of the commonwealth, and submit cessful in anything but providing fod- tracts of land situated in Adair coun- at Alilltown for a number of vears. designs. closed he returned home, read law and following proposition Lo the peo- der for small politicians and hungry ty, Ky., on the waters of Slate Creek. This body of Christian people will al-- 1 the was soon admitted to the bar. The iirst tract contains 461 acres more ple of Adair county, to wit: The contractors. lie was a born politician, representThe millions of dollars or less, and is bounded as follows: On so miss him as he attended services of-- 1 i Program. ten. ing this county in the Legislature Fiscal Court of Adair County, Ky., squandered upon public roads built hereby agrees to pay one half of the without regard to scientific principles the South by th2 lands of C. S. Colthree or four terms, and was later lins and 1. W. Dohoney, on the West The funeral services were held at elected Lieutenant Governor of Ken- cost of construction of and upon projects undertaken in the by the lands of P. W. Dohoney, on the the residence Sunday forenoon, con-- ! tucky, making a splendid presiding macadam roadsbuilfc in said county on interest of property owners enjoying a East by the lands of S. B. Conover and uuuteu uy new j. n. urawiora, a Teacher Association to be held at large circle cf sympathizing relatives Glensfork, Saturday October 23, 1912, officer of the Senate, his correct ruling the following conditions: Said con- political "pull" would, if disbursed on the North by the lands of J. IT. being complimented throughout the struction is to be in accordance and through competent and honest hands, Pelley. The second tract contains 3S and friends being preseut. At 11 Division .". State.He made one racj,fpr Congress, unaer the direction, of the State en- have built model roads to every farm acres, I rood and 3S square poles, and o'ciock the remains were laid to rest Music conducted by J. V. Dudley, in the Columbia cemetery. as a Democrat, and (vas defeated by gineer, both as to grade and character gate within the count boundaries. J. W. Turner. is the same tract of land on Which S. A good man gone, peace to his honDevotional M. K. Ulair. Adams, the dis- of material: that said court will pay Incompetent"spuires,' incompetent I. Conover now resides. The above i the late lion. Silas one half of the expense of said buildorable memon . Words of welcome May I Tpton. 'engineers" and inattentive, rate pay- described tracts will be sold separatetrict being overwhelmingly Republi--ca- ing, provided the citizens or persons ers have Response Ben Jeffries. in unthrift that ly or sufficiently thereof to produce Patron's view of the public school Go. llindman's home life was interested in the building of said has retarded the progress of the coun- the sums of money so ordered to be COMMISSIONER'S SAJE. 'of today J. W. Marshall, Mathew' .vithout reproach, lie stood for the roads, willipay the other half. This ty by keeping the public roads the made. For tne purchase price, the Taylor. xight upon all occasious. and his proposition extends to every mile of greatest of public utilities, in a la- purchaser, with approved surety or strict integrity v. as a distinct chara- road in Adair county. Be it known, mentable state of underdevelopment securities, must execute bond, bearing ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KY 2 Methods of teaching beginners be ihowever, that this court is limited in and disrepair. There is absolutely no read Mrs. J. B. Yates. cteristic of his make-up- . legal interest from the day of sale un- S. A. Absher&c. PUT., ) :. From which does the mind gain He was enterprising, e er ready to' its powers to raise Tuoney for the pur- hope of improvement save by abolishpaid, and having the force and open his purse to objects of charity'.'or pose of building roads, and therefore ing the Fiscal Court system and sub- til more knowledge, reading or obscrYEW W. Absher &c Deft., a judgment. Bidders will be J. to any enterprise that had for its ob- it makes the above proposition on the stituting for Uie "squires ' a compact effect oi to comply promptly with By virtue of a judgment and order i tion -- S. XV. Turner. prepared Enumerate some method of teach-e- d ject the advancement of Columbia and explicit understanding that it is not and responsible commission composed these terms. of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- prompted by the special demands of of men chosen from Adair county. at the September term, thereof, iaS advanced reading Flora Powell. the county at large W.'A. Coffey, Master Com. He has gone to hb rewaid and Co- Columbia or the central part of the and by methods that will guauantee 1912, in the above cau3e, I shall pro- - j 5 IIow assign, study aud reett. a lumbia and his native county has county, but will, ir: good fairh, dis- an improvement in the quality of pubMiller, Robert ceed to oner for sale at the court-- spelling lesson-X- ell been made poorer. lie is survived by criminate against the central part of lic service. When the question of For Sale house door in Columbia, Kj., to the bailey. u Outline jour method of teaching-- ; Ills M). his Wife, two brothers; and the county in favor of any other sec- - abolishing the School Board was under highest bidder at public auction, on I will sell The Adair County tion in which the people meet the re discussion the then existing School seural sisters. Monday, the 4th day of November, ' grammar to make it interesting W The funeral service were conducted i(iuirfments0f ald courf in other Board adopted a resolution favoring 1012. at one o'clock, p.m.. or tliere- - i pupils- - S. P Stapp. News at a reasonable price and on at the Metliodist Church this (Tues- words the court pledges to the ueoole abolition. Will the existing Fiscal inviting terms of payments. It is about, baing1 county court, upon a 7 Discuss the eutural utilitarian the Court do as much? Courier-Journaday, afternood. by Iter. S. G Shelley, of Adair county t,o pay one-hal- f credit of six months, the following de values of arithmetic Robert WWs -one of the best equipped country and the local minuter here, He v. J. cost of building macadam roads as t. scribed property, All sit- Bessie Eppersou. II. Chandlei. Tlie Church building above set forth, and further stip uated in Adair County, Ky. A sliares S IIow may the parent aid the woe it plants in the State and is doing Public Sale. CuJlJ not hold (lie people, and hun- - ulates that not less than one consoc-- i of the Stephen Humphreys land con- and influence of the schooL-- J. Ji. utive mile will be considered, nor about $7,000.00 business annualcireas roiiowed tlie remains m Mm taining m; acres known as lots Jtfos., Abrel, O. M. Willis. ,n,ieson " one roan cemeterj. When friends witljdrew' uv umu ly. This is a great opportunity for 7, 8 ami 9 A tract of land containinir ' 9 Educational values of history and On Thursday. October 3ist 1912, at ifl ,d colmti w,lh,n the year 10i:- ow lo successfully teach It Hoy, from tne grave Uie mound was cover--! o acres lying ou tlte waters of Green my rosidonce in Columbia, Ky., I will any enterprising young man. Outxu mecu una iruinjiu ion uie omaers p! aiMi nnurotv River, known as the homo place, a 100 Hadley, James Hayes. " " V".1'0'"" i side business complications and bad 10 Outline a brief MavGod the xnv of ail thai) orcitixeiw accepting the above terms jT consisting of household and kitch- course eivlsn acre tract awl a 43i acre tract of land ty goci eoinfort Uie wile, the ion Ktid 11 must satisfy the court, in its Anrili en furniture, some farming implewhich you thiuk would be really valiii lying on the waters of Blue Hole health reason for selling. Wrile or term of their good faith and ability to i 'ie relatives. Rranch of Green River known as the j aole Albert Rryant, Joe Calhoun. ments, and 2 good Jersey heifers aged pay oue-hacalf if you mean business. the cost of the mile or 4 and 21 ll Make an outline of tha facts of Murrell Jand, a tract of land known montlis respective!'. The two miles of road desired, and 'should as Uie Sanders land containing 50 nature tliat children may be taught. C. S. Harris. one 21 months of age has been bred to th&re be more demands than said acres, a tract of land lying on tlie wa-- 1 '" sclwol Nell Miller. The .eiirt.4. court has the ability to meet: by its a registered Jeise. Terms made tersof Green River known as thei - Give general standards of tee-- known on day of sale at 10 o'clock a. powers of taxation, then said court Greeu land containing oi acres, a tract ? geography and tell liow the subject fi(V2t W. H. Patteson. reserves the rijrht to reject the over m. lie,ateci to th Ywmm PMfc Speaking- of land ljiug ou the waters of Green may te eloaoi plus and use its discretion in said chi'dren-- J. V. Dudley J., i Mr J.'W. Dinsmore, Candidate for River known as the Grant land, con- - nfe ,of the Congress, on the Progressive tiekecin matter." taining Stif acres. For complete oe. For Sale. lis made to the I ,;; An "ter,y a100' room-desc- rf this district, addressed .a small Since the court has t secured Mr. lion. Z. T. Proctor, Leitchfield, scriptiun, reference Coffey as road engineer lie assistance Ione-E- ,va audience in Columbia. Saturday trie Morre. My uion. will speak at the following times and judgment, and order of sale of record i u How tlm Ls wasted ln u 9BiwoK of the btate Engineer uouid nob be I have a lot ofl liousehold furuiah-iug- s piaees in Adair county: 5h, in the interest, of himself and 1.5 page 188, of the in order book No., ' party As a whole, lie is fairly an en- needed We ean build a few miles of which 1 will sell cheap. Adair Circuit Court Clerk's office 1 room- -1' Epirsoo, Frank Taylor. PoHytou, Thursday Oct, 24, at 10 good road each year if the court and tertaining speaker and presented his 11. S. 1ST. Iljjncock. ill first oneroid lands ui 3 lots as, J 5 diameter building in schoo- l.9 a. m. reasons for support in a creditable tne peopie uesirmg gooa ronas can - v- S KniHey," Thursday, Oct., 24, at I p. follows: The shares Stephen Hummanner Ilis criticisms of the Re- meet." on any reasonable terms. We phres - land containing (56 acres togeth- - Oakl6 Industrial edacation-Cart- e. Mr J. P. Ricknell, of Rerea, was in m. niki publican party were not pleasant In would have tlie roads and every dollar er. lriinivn ,.j v.,. JL.r r.ra'h .. ,.w v.w, ....,... mc Hia Jnista be left with the people of the county towu 0,le da last wk. the interest Sparksville, Friday, Oct., 25. at 10 home ...w tT Is a classical education a bamtifc the extreme to the few Republicans place, the 100 acre tract dud the ' of the proposed pike between Colum a m. who were present, and his fearful as well. 43 acre tract known as the Murrell to a man in ordinary bMSiaese Beu. Weed, Friday, Oct., 25, ab 1 p. m. bia and Jamestown, hy the way of Jeffries picture of Democratic power aud! Keltner, Friday night, Oct, 2o, at 7 land together, the Sanders tract, the - IS The school as a factor toward; Russell Spring At an early day he policies tickled no one except the ex- -' Greon tract, and the Grant tract conTurniag Awav Positions. will be in position to take subscrip- P mr making tlie future eJblaaaetolp o& trcme advocates of Roosevelt or Taft. Gradyville, Saturday. Oct., 26, at 10 taining 142 acres together. I will Kentucky Miss Pearl HIiMhmii. tions for stock in the Company. Mr. His position as to our constitution and offer all the land together, and then a m. courts reached the extreme limit Lust week two calls for book-o- r Bicknell is verry confident of success 2 will accept the bid or bids that bring Columbia Saturday, Oct., 20, at i and has been given much encourage when, he favored their overthrow by keepers: four the most money, or sulticient thereof five for stenogra- - ment, particularly in Russell county. P m. people at the falls. The recall of nhers- - airht. nr tfill fnr ciimmominl A Card of Thanks. the: "- Cane Valley, Saturday night, Oct., to produce the sums of money so or. ' ....wvM. It is needless to say that a pike from J ., uuiuia.I aecsious and the T..J!.!. t . . dered to be made. For the purchase juages aim teachers; about the same number for Columbia to Cumberland river would 26, at 7 o'clock. denunsiation or ignoring rlie eoustltu- -j combined steno-ra-tio- n, and He comes m the interest of the Re price, the purchaser, with apporved bo of much worth to the commercial was .the-- most sweeping of any phers; and more than twenty for n interests of this county and we hope publican party. Every body invited. surely or securities, must execute Tobias nuffaker and family hereby, ever madejn this section. bond, bearing legal interest from the egraph operators were turned awav by it will be built. Afs a divadend pro- Come and hear the issues discussed. to express their heartiest On Monday, following, Mr. J. Rich- - j the Business University at BowW day of sale until paid, and having the desire for the kindness sliown, the ducer we see no reason why it would thanks force and effect of a judgment. Bidardson spoke in the interest of the Re-- 1 G ttaii. because that Institution lud bo warm hearted' assistance given, and disappointing Make up your publican party and while his hearers exhausted its supply of young men your ders will be prepared- - to comply mind to help in this project. the expressions of sympathy tendered, Tlie Transylvania Presbytery will promptly with these terms. were fewer in number than Mr. Dins-jiin-d women who were qualified for during their recent distress and. meat-a- t V A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. the Presbyterian Church, Comore yet he spoke wiUi earnestness ' places. Our own bovs and girls had All that kind an&i bereavement. and enthusiasm. His criticism of the . better take notice, Dr. U. L. Taylor lias tested the a-- , lumbia. Saturday 11, a. m. Rev. Geo. good neighbors could do was dons. z third party was enough to indicate! ter in the well on the South side of C. Watson, Mt. Vernon, preaching Do you Need Spectacles? After Such a generous outflow of milk of 'Bile l""" Kviiu.iuuujug i,u lUllUWJUim the public square and pronounces it the sermon. There will be a. popular about 30 days I will be away from Co- human'kindness tends to raise one's ' :., Mr. James T. Quails, well known in 'nlin'iHAn nf T?nncopnlK , unfit for use and full of disease germs. meeting on "Tlie Need for Evange- lumbia for awhile. If you need your estimate of fturajSdty and does much, (TnparnniP.nL lentil- si nvvorl mmc this community, wrote his friend, Mr. ...... .ni. u..w.v,v uuiuia iyCi,vu-Those in authority should have this eyes attended to now is' your opportu- - ro make such 'inatfrnf'sn-r- . fr'-- j ,,n 1 , takbafe signs tnau no nope of victorv J. D. Lowe of this citj', that he had well cleaned of impurities or till it lism, "on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock litII !. L'.is entertained by eh her oiyami'Jeri; fonnd his soul mate hf CpaVvill . l I US. we ' tooth advised aeainsi vo r lf ex-Presid- Last Monday morning at 8 o'clock Columbia was thrown into the deepest grief when the announcement came that Gov. .7. R. ITindman had died suddenly at his residence, on Burkes-vill- e street. lie had been complaining more than usual for several days before his death, but his condition was not alarming until a very short time before his demise, his wife and son, Dr. R. y. Hindman, being at Ins bedside when the end came. Gov. IUhdman was seventy-thre- e years old past, and was one of the prominent men of Kentucky. He was a man of honor and Christian character, and a leading spirit in the Methodest Church of this place. Until recent years he never Hailed to attend the Lousiville Conference, and was a leading representative in that The Fiscal court held its October term the first week in this month, and after the usual routine of business was transacted, Sir. Luther Fletcher, of the Breeding neighborhood, was e elected keeper for the year, the allowance for each boarder being reduced to $1.25 per week. Judge Moss appointed Mr. J. N. Coffey County Road Engineer as provided by the acts of the last Legislature to take effect December the 1st. and continue for two years on a salary of SGOO per year. This appointment was unanimously confirmed by the Magistrates. Wc deem it proper to state that we beliexe a competent man has been selected, and that he will endeavor to make good to the county in the betterment of the roads, both as to grades and general condition. XT xo system orJ ounuing roads was adopted, yet every member of the court feels that some plan ought to be inaugurated that will secure the making of a few miles of macadam road each year. It is not our purpose nor desire to encroach on the important prerogatives of the Fiscal court, but g as a citizen interested in the of public conditions in this county, appeared before the court and submitted the following roughly and hastily provised plans for consideration: "Be it ordered, that: Since the poor-hous.. Theodore Roosevelt (Special to The News from Courier Journal) Surveying Last Time. Instruments Home, Took His Bed for the Miss Kate Russell, After an Illness of Five Weeks Crosses The Divide. FUNERAL SERVICE LARGELY ATTENDED en-suei- ng Former President, Theodore Roosevelt, shot in right shoulder by an assassin. Physicians say wound in not dangerous. The shot was fired by John Shrenk, who had been following for three weeks. Mr. Roosevelt made a speech of the an hour after being shof Physicians issued a bullet at 12 o'clock last night, saying the was conveyed to New wound was not dangerous. The ex-Presid- DEATH OF AN EXCELLENT CITIZEN. Friday, There was no better known man in On Russell, October 4, 1912, Miss Kate one of the most promiAdair county than Mr 11. T. JIc--l nent, yet one of the most home like Caffree, who served the county for many years as a surveyor. lie per- ladies of Columbia, peacefully closed haps had been on every farm in Adair, her eyes in death. She was in her l I well-bein- 11 ! - t- - r- .... 1 isa-histor- y first-clas- s, I n. ! 1 J ! ! i l. ( to-wi- ! i 1 lf ! 1- ! I I I I . . V 1 ""!. 1 'rt. , ! book-keepe- rs tel-ma- , r . i ' i" '-- -- -- It -3 tt ' A ''' - ir ne ll U' Crtf. 'iM..iu Hu I I'' r T s THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Longstreet. Short Stops. rect from the farm by mail. minister in charge of the Hodg-envilThe double decked street car This will be an important feature Buffallo churches, and in New York carries 88 persons. The farmers are very busy of parcels post. Eggs and chickGo swimming while the swim- Any old car can carry 100, alJohn H. Womack, who bought left Tuesday for Morganfield sowing wheat. produce are carried by ming is good. en as though it will not seat but 50 of Mrs. Ermine Wilson's stock of where he will attend the ConferMrs. Mandy Wilson who has the posts of European nations, Looks as if summer has re- them. goods, two weeks ago, is doing a ence. bet- and the same conditions will ap- turned from its vacation. been sick for sometime is no good business. By the way Mr. Before leaving, Bro. Grant King George has invented a ply here, Not only will the Putting it mildly, summer has Womack, who was thought six stated to a representative of the ter at this writing. new fangled kitchen rage, but u Several young folks from here government carry these things, been very lenient with us this ago, to be in bad health Herald that he did not know weeks glance at his photograph conattended the spelling at Clear but an indemnity will be provid- year. has entirely recovered. whether he would be returned vinces one that he never has in.Springs Thursday night, all re ed for their loss or damage in Once in a while summer re- vented a safety razor. The Bank at this place is doing to his present charge or not. ported having a good time. transit, Farmers will be able to members the address as well as a fine business. Mr. Robt. In- The Conference will result in a Druggists are demanding that R. L. Wade was here Friday supply their trade in the city di- the telephone number. gram, who is the cashier, is a number of changes and whether physicians prescriptions be writrect, without even hitching up a gentleman, and he will be among those placed in on business, very courteous Hay fever about this time of ten legibly. What! Take the towns will not be known S. B. Wade sold W. M. Wilson team and making the journey to year ceases to be a theory and romance and mystery out of has made many warm friends other town. This will save them the a second hand wheat drill. v throughout this section. He has until the meeting adjourns. becomes a condition. medicine? ' major expense of marketing here, Bro. some of the best customers in Mr. N. R. Leach who has been Since his residence ''Listen to your wife," advises: The aviators are still trying to goods, as well as saving time and Russell county. Grant has done a great work for afflicted with stomach trouble a medical expert. But what if make records. The air has a good, and has built up his church- for several years is reported money both to the consumer and you really need the sleep? A number of the citizens of hypnotism of its own that no producer. It is possible the par this place are contemplating put- es in a manner that deserves the worse at present. What will our courts do with- - amount of accident or fatility cels post will prove to be a novel ting down concrete before cold highes praise. But it is always Mr. C. H. Cravens and wife means of cutting the high cost out that garrulous ancient mari- - seems able to overcome. weather sets in. The main side these good men that are taken returned from Somerset Thursner, the hypothetical question? A theif at Atlantic City made of living. walks should also be concreted away from charges that they day. Some magazine might make a off with his booty in a motor and every body would be glad to have labored earnestly in and Mr. N. N. Owens bought a Answer to Many Letters. hit by putting the picture of a boat. Evidently he believes in have built up, and placed again black mare of E. N. Wade last see the work commenced. girl in a bathing suit on its having all the latest improvewith another heavy burden on week price unknown. P. L. Wilson has just returned ments in his business. Get your license from county cover. their hands only to remove that from the Louisville market Misses Lela Lillie and Dallas Clerk. The new mikado has only one and shoulder another. . His hard When you have a bad cold you want-thMrs. Ermine Wilson is clerkWade were at Russell Springs best medicine obtainable so as to Its unlawful to kill any kind of wife. This may be taken as an concientious work here could ing for the Supply Co. She and Friday purchasing goods. cure it with as little delay as possible. game from Sept. 15th to Nov. indication that he does not care have done nothing only attract Here is a druggist's opinion: "I have would be glad to meet her old Rev. Jas. Wade preached at 15th each year. for war. sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the notice of those higher up in I customers at her new place of Fairview Sunday. S .vitzerland has forbidden kiss- for fifteen years," says Enos Lollar of Yes you would loose your gun, the affairs of the church and ifc the business. S. B. Wade and son have a if caught. As same will be sent ing in railway stations so that Saratoga, Ind., "and consider while nothing can be said for best on the market." For sale by Mr. J. C. Popplewell, who certain, it is doubtful if Bro. nice bunch of hogs they are to the commissioner at Frank- trains may depart on time, we Paull Drug Co. bought Mr. J. E.Snow's interest inf'T. Grant will be returned tothis!goinS t0 remove to their farm fort. t in the store in which they were Wilson's Store. on Goose creek to take the beech charge. It is said that the new emperThe fish car will be at partners, has made some changes in a few weeks. Par- or of Japan does not inherit his During the time in which he mast. conducting the in the manner of Mr. A. fvl. Roys condition tendency to write has had the Hodgenville and Mr. Porter Bernard will leave ties who go after fish will take business, and his trade is very seems to be worse. Buffalo churches in his charge, for Georgia in a few days to vessels for transporting them to poetry. Banzai! satisfactory. Farmers are very busy cutting the waters to be stocked. One source of wonder is why about 38 new members have teach school. Jamestown. John Ragle and Attis Smith been added, oyer four thousand Now as regards fish you will the most crowded restaurants corn and preparing for wheat dollars has been raised, and other left Saturday for Illinois. fattest sowing. notice that ours is a game and usually employ the The sheriff and his deputies work, which, while as important The spelling and exhibition at D. C. Hopper passed here fish commission, and our duties waiters or waitresses. are riding over the county daily, as these, is not so easily visible. Wednesday en route to James- and purposes embrace the care New York man threatens to Conover school house was largegetting ready for the approach- Bro. Grant has kept his members town. and propugation of fish as same tour Europe on a capital bank- ly attended, and enjoyed by all ing term of circuit court which enthused with the work, has as game, and as a matter of roll of $75. We presume that he present. Here is a woman who speaks from of fact the fisherman will reap will convene here the third Mon- built up Sunday Schools, increasMrs. Nancy Bryant and is a good swimmer. personal knowledge and long experday in this month. ed the attendance at prayer ience, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil- the benefits of its activities along Now is the oldest inhabitant daughter, Miss Susie, left for The corn crop along Cumber- meetings. He has done such son, Pa., who says, "I know from ex- with the man, gun and dog. running around in circles trying Springfield, 111., where they will land river is unusually large. work that it will be a great loss perience thafc Chamberlain's Cough While the law does not require a visit relatives for a few days. Remedy Perhaps there will be more to the members of the two For croupis far superior to any other. a license to fish the good sport-ma- n to remember a summer that beats there is nothing that excels Mr. Geo. Staples called on our this for variety. gathered than for many years in churches to give him up, He it.'' For sale by Paull Drug Co. public spirited angler and The one redeeming feature of merchants last week. He is a the past at any one season. week-o- r showed, and doubtless will con-- ! will remain away about a Chicago's new magazine for poets fine salesman. New Paper Cups For Jelly. The wheat crop of Russell tribrfte to the game and fish proten davs after w hich he wil Mr. D. L. Wilson will start for is that there is no law compelling turned out fairly well. This is return to his home here to stay jection fund by taking out a any Indiana and Illinois in a few one to read it. not a large wheat county, but or to make preparation to go The new paper sanitary tumb- license. He An expert says that the auto- days for a short visit. lers which have just come out the quality this year is extra esewhere. His friends and The last legislature made a mobile is not displacing the horse. will purchase his fall and ought to be hailed with delight crop is good. The Irish handsome appropriation for the are all devoutly wishing by workers That, indeed, would be rank in- winter stock of goods on his the modern housekeeper immense. adjoining the Harrodsburg purchase of land for the former. gratitude to man's best friend. return home. especially at preserving times. There is decidedly more fruit in Herald. State Fair for the purpose of Quite a number from Cray-craf- t, These little vessels are made A New York motorist used the county this year than for establishing a hatchery which Rev. Grant is a native of Adair from spruce pulp. Roy and Ozark attended They are, maple syrup in mistake for several seasons in the past. As will be operated by the U. S, county. He was educated at treated with aseptic qualities at lubricating oil on his machine; singing at Blair's school House a result, several brandy distil Government in the propagation Golumbia, and like all other the mill before being packed in and a sweettime he had of it, Sunday. leries are In operation. Some. of fish for distribution and edu- who have cartons and shipped to the Mr. Waco McKiniey was at too. people who do not believe in the Adair county boys, cational purpose. Luther Burbank is one of our this place looking after his inter liquor business, are drying their left home, is making his mark. various stores and in these car- The stocking of fish can be tons sold to the housekeener. so best little benefactors, but the est in the tombstone business, fruit, and in the end will nroba then they taken UP riht awa A Loci on the TracH the only thing she has to do is to crowning glory of his career this week. ovj get more ior it tnan tnose express means senous break the seal and the jelly jars mU3t he Protected- of the fast would be an odorless motor car. Mr. Fair, the Singer Sewing who are selling to the distillers, t,mnhiftnhpnrnfnnfremove(. sod0es Parties owning dams on Rus- New York man who is married Machine agent, was doing busTho rkT?0n,e iioii ij r, - loss of appetite. Jfc means lack of vi- - are ready for use. jljvuu'iuiuna nun sell creek will notice section nerve tality, loss of strength and . They are so inexpensive that says he is iness in this place this week. to his mother-in-lagressmg nicely and m a short ;,vpnl,nfi If annetite fails, take 392a, and avoid arrest ar.d trial perfectly happy, This is a We would be glad to hear time will be ready for. occupancy. Electric Bitters quickli to overcome they may easily be thrown away by so complying. V. ... :.., aeusuu. tfip rvmcn Vv tnilimr iin tilio stomach r. .v, A f U -, n to the jokesmith's more pike talk. Let every body j severe l. x ai uic cnuui uie winter aim ,.i.; xuuniiiK "", and curing the indigestion. Michael viiauiuB Section 34 Any person who union. get busy and push the entersquare is not progressing as fast Uessheimer of Lincoln, Nab., had says the Philadelphia Times. hunts in this state without a i.i but six Each tumbler is treated with a sick over three Women in Newport have taken prise. as our people would like. butbotUesof ElecLric Bitjrs' put hIm f process which enables the license or lends or transfers his or up the fad of doing their own wax keeping everlastingly at it, the right on his feet again. They have The culling season never ends, jelly to slip out as easily as from her license, shall be fined not less marketing. A woman will even end will be reached some time helped thousands. They give pure than $50 nor more than $200 to descend to work it is fashion- but it time now to do a little specblood, strong nerves, good .digestion, a glass jar. if m the future. Enterprise is 0niy 50 cents at Paull Drug Co. ial work along that line. which may be aded 30 days in Little round lids come for able. what this town needs. A few be encovering the vessels and slip in- jail. This section must Turkeys always always find Helen Keller, deaf, dumb and live men could soon make Jamesforced and will be, regardless of Sure ProoF. to a small groove at the top. blind, has learned to sing. This ready sale and are almost clear town a good business point. The who it hurts. The hot liquor can be poured indicates that there is hope for profit. There is always a detrouble with our citizens is, that The Warden. directly into these paper tumbsome of the 5 cent theater mand for them. The time of top much time is taken up in remind me in their overproduction has not yet arour neighbors grow, in terpretation of the law of little lers. A kerosene bath for roosts and artists. Pupils in an aviation school in rived, and seems a long way off. stead of doing something to Tommy Traddles." nest-boxis in order any time Will Deliver Poultry. the east fell 200 feet and escaped cause our own bailywick to come during the hot season Reserve some good, bright alwas John G. JohnThe speaker unhurt. Several football coaches to the front Live chicks, ducks and yeese. falfa hay out of the last cutting son, the famous Philadelphia SatiPiX hi Hi !! are said to be looking him over. So far as I know all the schools lawyer. He continued: for poultry feed next winter. It as wp.11 as pirfrs and cpnpral farm ' , Why not ship the boys who , , .... au- - She's a wise woman who knows; o'the county are being well atjllst what to do when her husband's are posessed with a desire to be would pay to take special care of "Tommy Traddles came homei aim gctiucn tiuuua xiii uc tended better than usual. this, cutting it when in full mitted for transportation by par- - life is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, one day with a handsome golf Bratatree, vt- - is.of fclf "She "bad men" down to Mexico or bloom and allowing eels post along with other merch- - insisted on my. as little ami J,f you hare young children you have King's Xew Central America and let them using ball. noticed that disorders of the on it as possible in curing. perhaps andise, when it is instituted on Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for a It "Look at the lost ball I found January 1. This has been decid - dreadful cough, when 1 was so wealc become revolutionists? most common ail- stomach you will find Qn ment. To correct this my friends all thought 1 had only a wouldn't hurt us, and it might . .. . Saves Leg of Boy. the linkg father, he said. eu uy tiie ayciiiai uuiuuuaaiuu clmrt. rim in iiv nnrl ih nnmntmlr iJIIV LI llWIJUvA AtlJJJL tJ UIA1UUII1 some "It seemed that ny revolutionists old boy Tablets excellent. They are easy and "But are you sure, Tommy, which is preparing theregulatious cured me." A quick cure for coughs do the real would have to lose his leg, on account pleasant to take, and mild and gentle good. said Mr. Traddles, that it was a by which to govern the parcels and colds, it's the most safe and reliof an ugly ulcer, in effect. For sale by Paull Drug Co. able medicine for many throat and There may be some truth in bruise," wrote D. F.caused by a bad Howard, Aquone, lost ball really? post service. The schedule is to lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, the Boston doctor's claim that N. C. All remedies and doctors treats whooping cough, quinsy, Rey. W. A. Grant, "Oh, yes, sir, said the boy. I be so arranged that city dwellers hemorrhages. A trial will tonsil itis, beans are more nourishing than ment failed till we tried Bucklen's convince Arnica Salve, and cured him with one saw the man and his caddy look- may get fresh eggs and butter, you. POcts, and SI. Guaranteed by beefsteak. Look at the Boston box." Cures burns, boils, skin erupiRev. W. A. Grant Methodist, ing for it." chickens and other products di- - Paull DrugXJo. tions, piles. , 25c at Paull Dra Co Red Sox. Russell Springs. le J i 9 e Camp-bellsvil- le fatr's j ! . -- co-pot- ato j I j i i j i ....., o : v ! t i j j j-i- i -- i i w r: I j I . w - 4- - i j ! 1 ng j es j are-the- ir , W1V ' 14-ye- ar . .... I. DAIR COUNTY lNEWS They may then be wrung out and A woman's club in New York, Backward. Timely Seed Corn flints. by various individuals and corput in the wash. Remember. since admitting men to member porations interested. Letters DIP I ilfcfxIA. however, that no disinfectant in Backward, turn backward, oh ship, has increased the number AffWaT101.f;-.,i- -. regarding club work should be the occupied sick room can do time, in your flight; feed me on fof its women members by 20 per ' well to have the attention not sent to Dr. Mutchler directly. gruel again just for to night. I cent. Wonder whv. '" Circular Issued by the State Board No club should neglect this only of the members of agricult- uuuuuaunicoiiail auu auuiigut. am so weary of If you do not believe a hole in ural clubs, but also of the gen year to have a good show of vaof Health of Kentucky. 9. The isolation of the patient steak, petrified biscuit and gal the ground has a strong attrac- eral farmers, call to the import rious farm products, as the crops should continue for ten days af- - vanized "cake; oysters that sleep tion for mankird, observe the ance of getting a good supply of have been fine. Assistance in To the Health Officials, Physi - ter all trace of the disease has in a watery bath, and butter as crowds gathered where a sky- seea corn will be freely for next year. The suc" 'inderr-i.kincians and People of Kentucky: disappeared, and until he has strong as Goliath of Gath. Wearv scraper's cellar is being dug. fat of next years corn crop will Kwen on apnlication to the Ex-b- e The unusual prevalence of dip - had a disinfecting bath and been of paying for whatvI can't par ., A scientist feller announces . ; largely determined by the ac-- 1 tension Division, thena m many sections of the clad in garments which have not chewing up rubber and calling it djSCo'eed a new way tion taken by the farmer within' that he has T- - R- - Bryant, State, makes it the duty of this been in the sick room. No per- - meat. . . ,, .. ... the n ta f next few days. Seed corn SuPt- - Extension Division, Board to again call attention to son from a house where there is! Backward, turn back ward, how be received with r 1' testing is highly important, and College cf Agriculture, the best known methods of pre diphtheria should be permitted weary lam; give me a swipe at by the theatrical profession. Lexington, Kentucky. should not be neglected, but it venting the occurrence and to go into public assemblies, and grandmothers jam; let me drink The king of Montenegro has well to remember that unless spread of this disease. no child from a house where milk that hasn't been skimmed, worn the same silk hat for six- seed corn is properly cared for, 1. Dintheria is hnr.h p.nnfamnna this disease has prevailed should let me f eat butter whose whiskers teen years. Evidently snow- the test next Spring will only re - ' '"' iOSE MM REKZDY, and infectious, and is distinctly a ) be allowed to attend school with- -' are trimed: let me once more balling a silk hat is not one of veal the sad fact that the seed preventable disease, being easily out a certificate from a health have an pie, then lhe joys of sma Mon(. Uncertainty of the immediate wfawi..a. corn is very poor and that a per limited to the first case or cases. officer l.hflf: if: iq snfo i TMl u i .... i cue it en w 1V. hire is looked upon by many men .lime leauy to cun up ana FUC ofBeriln feet stand cannot be assured When it gets away from the pri. ..."'lire nc n lilnpt-nel- f , 10. After complete recovery, Scottish w.., v U.Vwuv.v. n rtitr- Thprs ore a good manjT thin-s' 0plnes "rise and business prosperity, and men and wcmen havp mary cases and makes its escape or death, always thoroughly dis qU,ite ?PPa?nt " TKl? always iiirtea. tf ut how could to take into consideration in sp- rresn fcgfjs Will Bring Cash. upon the community somebody is infect the room and its contents, the TV ot Eve flirt when there was nobody ectmg seed corn. These points) The Presidential Election; the to blame. The sooner we accept preferably with nascent formal' with no fixcd concern not only the ear ifelfl ::orts of this as a sanitary maxim the dehyde, or where this is not The man, whether he lives in around but her husband? urpese; Organized Labor as a new . in politics; together with sooner we shall begin to do our available, by burning three the city, in the village, or in the A Philadelphia doctor claims but the stalk upon which ltwas, grown; hence it is desirable thati matters oi greater or less duties as individuals and commu- pounds of sulphur, moistened country, who has fresh eggs and to have discovered the elixir of represent at this time a the seed corn should be selected import, conflict nities. chaotic with alcohol, for each 1,003 cu- tender poultry need never worry life. Can it be that the Phila of separate inter--: . to harmonize which is now the as to whether there will be a mar delphia brand of sleep has had from the field before the corn is 2. On account of its frequency bic feet of space, previously stopproblem before the country. and fatality this disease is of far ping all openings, and dampen- ket for his products. No mat- this unsuspected virtue all along? cut if possible. beed corn should be selected .'n;ienty. Read with care the Cin- more importance to the people of ing the floor, bedding and cloth- ter what other things may be Woman in Wyoming wants a journal that Kentucky than smallpox, yellow ing and leaving the room tightly subject to fluctuation, there is divorce because her husband the fall just as it is coming 10jinnati allEnquirer, aeach day from the news ,,i:rints fever or cholera. closed for twelve hours. The always an immediate maket for walloped her with a tomahawk. maturity. Select well developed !vcry cummcrcial ccntcr through-ear- s growing upon well devel-jQA barometer o the world. 3. When a child has sore throat, room should then be thoroughly fresh eggs. They can be turned Burying ): hatchet is not al- oped and vigorous causes and effects that points out, stalks, aiKl as a Beacon Light, the clanger and and especially if diptheria is in VenHlntorl znri oil aAnnc TTnr,A into money wihin a very short ways by good results. tor the same maturitv. MrL-- iv cifommrd thpr,.iVnm the neighborhood, it should be! work, etc., washed with strong time affcer tney are produced, and Court in Tacoma prevented a them and allow As well known, the Dailv En- them to mature. immediately separated from oth- - jsbap and rinsed with a disinfect- - this fact of itself is enoug to man from trading his wife for Uo not seler.r. lnro-- onra a - ., , , ,. , .. ... . put a solid foundation under the oer children until a competent ing solution. "'"iiignest: pneeu paper in me unuea two city lots, possibly on the stalks that have grown in hills States, yet cheapest, measured by peysician has seen it and decided You can be- 11. In case of death the hnrlv Poultry business ground that it would be taking by themselves, that have been quty Weekly linquirer, with t!ic whether or not it is affected should be wranned in a sheer iin the business in a small way advantage of ihe an innocent victim. extremely favored in the way ll of cream and digest of all the news, up turnm your prowith a contagious disease. saturated in a disinfecting solu- - and bulld righ spots, or have been favored .abIc antl conservative editorials, " ' duce from da-day into' mney 4. If diptheria, strictly isolate tion and buried without public v to market reports, methods and ra . .f.. iiiLwuna in regard to moisture pre?ent, 'suits from Government and Stute the case at once, in an up stairs ' service. In giving notice of withut any trouble at ail. The e ed on electrlC1- - but but prefer those that have pro-- . Experiment Stzti:ns, your business grows, room if possible, and as discon - ' death newspapers should state ducedmost neavily when going .matters, People's Eorum, choice literatu;ej short and continiecl stor- nectedas practicable from the that it was from diptheria, and;more yu become interested. a 1C w! orm under average conditions. Oth- - ies, sermons general living and sleeping apartments that children, and those having Start riht' and don,t overreach ' er things being equal, select ears infoaUon, etc. with the exclusion " pie' of other children. No one ex- - the care-ochildren, should not yurself and you are bound to cept the physician and nurse (attend the funeral. !make a success. Others arej A Chicrfgo nreacher rises to trom short, thick stalks rather morality, is today the Cleanest ! if. family Journal. obtainable. .1 should enter the room, and they ' 12. To be effective the nrecau- - doing lt every day anJ wflat remarK tnat women s styles ot than from tall slender ones, Each issue al';nc wrtii the mfce today are an abomination to the the latter are more Iiiielv to LaLt should take every precaution not tions herein suggested should be otners can do you can do. ;of a year s sub ;cr;: aon. Solicitors for r.u. criptk .t. cufca liord. Which induces some blown down. Never select an ,;n;ji v,m.j r fn Mrrv ii infonf,v f. ..! uu r.L . w uuieis. tui;iuy' uusciveu. llliperieCU 150- . . a haapic profit and inm-the curiosity as to the source of his ear that is extremely long of f ortuncs in Paees. o. Tha hnarA urges the hypo-- ; lation and dismrection are worse good isiiiucnce ox Iinquir. - hi often much truth in the information. snank, but rather select one of a the uplift of morality andindustry, dermatu. use of a standard anti- - than useless, giving rise only to There's her face is . her fortune," but . l'Mfl fcr .' betterment a::d wellaxe As lor the lall styles m hats medium shank with the tip point-- ! toxin, such as Alexander's, in at a false and misleading sense of! saK its "ever said where pimples, skin of the cornmunitv. For terms write ' ' er"ytions, blonches, or other blemish-- ! of either gender, experienced ing downward at an angle of; to Thr Ciacnwa;:, tio, least 5,0000-uni- t doses as soon securitv about 45 degrees. Prefer ears are prepared for the asthedisease is recognized or! 13. County and that do not have a gross, course, ' Kentucky Fair Dates. K,IIBS New Life Pil,s. They pro-- , worst- seriously suspected, and that boards of health have full heavy husk. t,,em' this dose should be repeated or thority under our laws to enforce A python in the New York " Those boys' and girls' clubs doubled within twelve hours un-- ' these tules, and will fall short of zoo eats only one meal a j'ear. . Barbourville Fair SepUwijer ' less marf-.e:r.ir.rr.y,pT..-i-. v T- i- t'rwir rlnfv if thnt- fcil LU An on. It is easy for a python to make that nave come under the direc- ..... w. .... MWaj a., vfciw. lull ' hort Stops. JJm ituu tioii 01 tue Staort Uravcicity Ex-- t taken place. If case is seenaf-- j 14. Arrangements have been! ' ends meet. tension Division of j;he College ' Bowling Green S9ptaaaber ' ter the first twenty-fou- r hours perfected under which county or Lucky the man whose purse, m. xnuae vvjiu auu to the aweet- - of Agriculture have noticed that 4.7. use from 7 to 25000 unit- - the city boards of health may pro-fir- can stand the vacation strain they were designated "Agricuk-- j m dose, depending upon sever- - jcur Alexander's antitoxin at America sends 2,000 gIob6 trot ompkinsvillebeDtembar . ity. It recommends that immun-- j wholesale prices through this ters around the world every ;wardas proved by thereport ural Club", and not Corn Club." Sanders-Septejupon tjie fortune 0f a noted The reason for thin fe h izing doses of 1000 units be used Board. A constant supply of . TTVKlfllrtllCij"lK.frtVV-i- . O S nnw.., . 1.n .!. I Jfl. 11 i.i jcciuujiiiutvci, wau leic an estate anu gins ciuosin tneir respect-- ; "unucnu ucyicjuuw for all children, and especially fresh antitoxin is always on Cooks of Boston are on strike. 0f over two millions. ive counties should be fixed or- - Newport-Septem- ber for all inexperienced relatives! hand at Bowling Green. Details Horrors! Fancy eating raw " Arbiters of fashion have just 'ganizations through which many! acting as nurses, who have been furnished upon application, beans- ; decided that women will have to 'good things may be taught to! To get winter egcrs in abun seriously excosed. Copies of this circular, and of j 'Protect the calves." cry the begin wearing long skirts again, them and other people, the duoJdance' the stock shoald have tne 6. Placard the house, and keep similar ones in regard to scarlet butchers. This is a timelv hinf.,n-,i.;i- i 1U tij ijuUti ucaac iU uc ?et ,,.r.n , u iicces- - ':.o.f ucmg a ,vvi'rwijg IttCiOl ... irichr. rare now so as to "" i.: Dnn w .!.... lO 'vv,ii all other children, ail having the and typhoid fever and consump-car- e to Darning gins, 'sary t0 tne sidewalks put into operation those things through th$ moult in good thrifof children, and all who go tion for free distribution, may be While the sweet corn' is good swept. proposed by the director of the ty condition and he ivady when where cmldren are, away from had upon application to the Board fit hardly seems worth while to ft is proposed in one of the work. In this connection a hand cold weather comes to convert it. Notify the health officer ox at Bowling Green. buy store teeth. ? iv?td boroughs of New York to tax book of instructions has been the extra feed into N the town or county within twen By order of the Board. Girl in Philadelphia stole a funerals. People there will now Prepared for these clubs, includ- - of ftavhers, and fat to withfour hours, as the law requires. ' William Bailey, M. D., Pres. trom a nreacher man. be confronted with the Droblem ll)S certain definite exercises in stand the winter's riora.. J. N. McCormack, M. D. Sec. ism-raoand he will with the Let the punishment fit the crime. of whether it is cheaper to live corn growing and domestic physician and family to keep the Commited it to Memory. Before t otitMh, science. or die. and compel her to read it. disease from spreading. if it is dij-i;!tj partwi, The concluding paragraph of 0"e Philadelphia father gave The wont of instructing and them ovr. 'x sJ&m tre peivic Fashionable women in London 7. The discharge from xhc Governor Wilson's speech looking after these clubs has reof ac avo woavino' .f hrcnt-lihis; dllrhr.fr fl -- ... nulibones hnd ; mouth and nose, which especialleg ::.r 'octe cently been provided for on a ceptanceough, to be committed , colored stockings. buc we ly contain the germs of the disare the 10 sell, and ratain Th,t is fear; fcr a wedding to memory by every student of better basis than ever bWoiv the ontfe with the. bones tnat the color is not tne real at jail right for desert, but how ease, should be received on soft widu government. Here it is: and as good as your, work hasi traction. apart The latter are nxf car- about providing the corned beef cloths and burned, and ' other "Should I be entrusted with been in the past it is hoped that tain A woman recently obtained a and cabbage? to be in better laying etmdi discharges should be disinfected, the great office ot president, it may be made better in the tion 'divorce because her husband and all refuse from the sick would seek council wherever it near future. Under the new ar swore at her in seven languages. The Men Vfrho Succeed room burned. All utensils used could be had upon free terms: I A boasting Englishmen to his She had no appreciation of learn- as heads of large enterprises are men rangement the extension work in feeding the sick should be ' know the temper of the great ing. American friend; de- - for the .University of great, energy. Success, has been divid 'My convention wch nominated me; washed separately from other iiumds health. great- - great- - granoT-fathe- ir Women's hats will go up 30 utter follv for a To ail is to fail. It's ed lrto three sections, all onerI Know the temper of the coun- , . man toehdurea weak. -. .. - ,,,. dishes, and should remain some L .. , . f. ,. " a t i 1y . & per cent, this fall, says a fash , half alive condition when L; a niai CUtJ- fa "J K.w IUJ UUV,ft "e t "eaa Lne Dys whose picture you see on this time in boiling water. ion note. This is cheerful news Electric BitJers will pub him right on vention and spoke through it. I his feet in short order. "Four bottles and girls, club work has been shilling." 8. Disinfect all bed and heed with deep thankfulness the to the man who hasn't even got did me more real good than any other The American. medicine I ever took,'' writes Clias. assigned as a division to Dr. and other like things, message you oring me from it. his winter's coal iv. . ' 11171.. I. - B.Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years a coincidence! . My vviiau Word come3 from Washington ot suffering with, llheumatism, liver Fred Mutchler, of Bowling I feel that I am surrounded by as soon as removed, by immerwas. men whose principles and ambi- that the treasury has run short (trouble, stomach disorders and de Green, Ky., stationed at the great- - great grand father sion for at least six hours in a tions are those of- true made an angel bo the Indian" servants of one dollar bills. Mr. Treasury, ranged kidneys, I am again, thanks Western Normal School. w Xiiecuru: DiuLers, sounu auu wen." whose picture you see on this solution of chloride of lime, four of the people. I thank God and K u ff if vui is now being lent fpnt. " Tn Mnrman 1?. jr.i,Mi.viTry them 0ajy 5Q centsatpaul .. .w..MU u. ..- -. ounces to the gallon of water. w ill take courage." ' iuacs's We can apnreciate. m by the Federal Government, andlNa al Monthly. PREVENTION OF ' ., j I35' ; the.ty sole-leath- er j ! j ! j j . I ' old-fashion- ed . i- -. j Rite-Bulleti- ' ' Ff w .t--i.- - i i i "Ss ' ! .t-- j ut I ! atv-ade- d i ....v0.W ! -- f. r- - l ' I t w ! i ,' ! ! I I bier the.. ; i j j yf'Jf , , vett-rinar-y non-sectari- an f j ... . m J ; : as'1)' , i J i- - . I i -- -- uuv-uii- u i e I i i . j i !e i i municiVUXlJltneperS0QS SS!lTlT au-!J:- r: ! 1, mber 1 1 i - J- -- -- -l ! i V1V ..'. 4-- 7. o-- u. 17-2- 1. j st . 4-- 7, ; J I j j : I'll tw I j i " J j j ! k;. I ! 1 ! n co-opera- te j . ru.irvt-.C-Vije g j k-- p j ..... . SOfl-rmnn- rl - i.- -,? m-.sen- ! ; I to-da- y, ; . .. 1 run-dow- n, MM. ,' -- ' . I body-clothin- g, 1 -- -- - oyu j Co-operati- on MJi, -- v -. V T- - .2 Ifcl.. ?. A iSK . J & fr 55 THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS LARGE" FA LI STOCK JUST RECEIVED i s A We have received our NEW FALL STOCK and are showing the Largest Stock of General Merchandise ever shown in Columbia. We invite your inspection. RUSSELL (HE ADAIR & CO. are pro a result of the malady, but we glad to state that no very tested from visions law3 both by are yet develPublished Every Wednesday constitutional limitations and serious cases have as Certainly oped. judicial supervision. - BY THE U, G. Collins bought one mule operation but Adair County News Company. not perfect in its not destructive of general good. of I. F. Andrew, for $135, and INCORPORATED.) sold one cow and calf to Brad-shaAdditional Locals. and Murray, for $56. EDITOR. CHAS- - S. HARRIS Finis Thomas and wife who "Democratic newspaper devoted to the Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT came here to attend the funeral Notice. oi the City of Columbia anil tho puovle A.dtr and adjacent counties. of Mrs. Thomas' mother, Mrs. HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, . . The public well in the South East as sec- - comer 0f the public square has been J. A. Chapman, returned to their Kentucky. Knterea at tiu Columbia mall matter. rnnrlpmnnt. ns unfit. To be used for home in Mississippi, after a stay drinking purposes. Any body using of only a few days. 19121 L,1 water lor drinliiiijr- - does il at his iVTHD. OCT., 16. , We are glad to state that the pern. Price per M Pieces ... ... ...... ,o.iayo.. n t . .ct.i.r-i-lodge at this place is Masonic ; . Health Ollicer. On Heart Depth Length A&B C D Ticket. Democratic growing. Three persons were :c 2 in. 30 in. rf in. $14.00 3 8.00 $6.00 Dr. S. 1. Miller has added much to initiated at its last meeting,- and in. x I4 in. 26 in. 12.00 6.00 5.00 the appearance as well as to conveni there are other applicants for For President x 2 in. 30 in. jO.OO 4 in. 18.00 ence to his dwelling by building a 7.00 WOODROW WILSON beautiful front porch. The columns degrees. 12 in. x 2 in. 26 in. 16.00 9.00 6.00 are made of cement blocks and present of New Jersey. 2 in. x We understand that Bro. J. T. 2$ in. 30 in. 35.00 18.00 strength and hearty. 2 in. x 26 in 2i in. Wells will begin a series of meet28.00 15.00 Vice President Look at our window display of spec- ings at this place on the 19th. All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber THOMAS R. MARSHALL tacles and nose glasses We can fit All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained. Black or Shell Baric HJchory, Spokes that are brash, aiso you with any style frame. of Indiana. COUNTY HEWS people and institutions . w ATTENTION FARMERS and TIMBERMEN Split Hickory Spokes 30irL Long 1 Jn-re- st -- ., ! .- Post-offl- cc . i i j ! 1 - - 1 -- ! ! Paull "Drug Co LOUISVILLE MARKETS For Congress HARVEY HELM of Lincoln County. dition until rain of wheat and grass. Many fields yet to be sown can not he pub in good con- Latest Quotations soft-en- The drouth Iras retarded thesowing containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as cull- These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All Spokes smaller than I g x 1$ x 30 in. long will be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. All Spokes too small for 1 the earth. on Live Stock x 1:2 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culled. Miv Cabell, mother of Mr. Kuel looks like the Bull Moose Cabell, died last Monday at her home will hold second place in the near .loppa. She was 80 years of age voting in this county. Shipping steer anu a consi.siem, cuii.suiui It j Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long CATTLE S7.U0(&S.5U j j ... Un Heart 2 in. in. 5.50(5.6.50 125G.OO Depth x x 3 in. 3A in. Length 30 in. 30 in. . A&B $30.00 45.00 c size'-2x- Beef steers A political prophet is a man Kev. .1. T. Uontsof Litehtield, Ky., Fat heifers and cows preach at the IJaptist Church Cutters who thinks he sees that which is will Sunday at 11 o'clock. .Ml mem- Canners next to happen, but the truth is most bers of die church are requested to be Bulls Feeders men feel rather than see in at t his service. Stockers making predictions. I have- T.'i good heavy overcoats Choice milch cows why intelligent men in this part of the coramenweath, who ure mnnvaA fn fho .lcfhinn nf Pips Taft, should accept Mr. Roosevelt and his theories in preference to Mr. Wilson and his platform. On the supposition that the Democratic candidate and platform fail to measure up to the fullest degree of a real progressive, it is certain that neither of the two contain any features of disruption to our government. In the Progressive demands can be found the doctrine of recall of judicial decisions, of president and the claim that we can do better without a constitution than with one. bought in New York under the 10 ..ou j. j'. We can not see nor understand mer. mres-r.- : Purdy, Ky. 1 ham--- 2i 3.0o4.00 1.00:i.00 The A and B grade v in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of One-thir- $12.00 20.00 one third or less sap timber m must 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free rem ail other defects, tough and heavy. d :..2o5.00 l.2o5.75 H5.00-45.- 00 The C grade takes in Spokes that ate more than 3.75(5,5.50 Second Growth White Oak, showing a good grow th. . 15.00-25.00 sap timber, but both grades be split fiorr pieces-containin- 1 Common to fair cows HOGS ein Choice 210 up Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. S.7 7.G5 g Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. Ali Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. haveS'a pair of buggy horses, bays j Mediums, 105 to 210 They are figs o and 7 years old for sale. Roughs. good ones. f.50 7.ftt For further particulars call on or address. J. II. Judd, 25 I Columbia. Ky. J SHEEP AND I.AM1. THE ADAIR SPOKE 5.00 3.(10-4.- 00 CO. .Summers has Culls from "0 pounds down. Also Fat sheep three gilts, ready to pig, for. sale. W. sboati-weighin- r. Best lamba O.OOj g o.W(HjO.UU Columbia, Ky. E. G. Wethington, Mgr. tie Rock, Ark., who was visiting Edward Aarons several daj? relatives here for several days ago. has returned home. glasses, give us a call. Willie Cook sold 3 ?teers an. Paull Drug Co. Local MarKet. Mr. A. J. Corneal, who was bought two mule colts prices not Eorn, to the wife of Iviri T.oy, on visitipg his mother. Mrs. Nannie known to me the lstinst., a son. Corneal, of this place, has re- Clay Had ley lost a $100 colt a Eggs. GlensforK. turned to his home in Illinois. few days ago it s ringed its self Hens. Mr. H. Wolford, of Casey to death. John S. Helm and family, who Chickens Creek, was here last week takhave lived in Campbellsville for Cocks . . . Ed Helm and wife May j ing the list. up a several months, have taken and her children and 'temporary residency at this) Turkeys. .,...., ; Margret Kimble was all Rowes X Roads. visiting X- -, 4 week. . Geese - j place. We understand that they Our country with no constituat Beldon Helms last Sunday. '. 7 There is the largest beechnut Springs Ducks I forgot in my last letter, tc, Born to the wife tional limit to legislation would will move to Russell of j 21 crop here that Wool spring clipping. beyond the pale of hope, within the next few days. has been fori tell you about Jim McKinleys soon be , q urttr , . 12 many years-eno- ugh to fatten . birfchday dinner he was 63, With the overthrow of Judges ' Quite a lot of real estate has Hides (green) 15 all the hogs in the neighborhood. not even good laws could be en-- : Feathers Jteldon Helm sola a heifer for H, f th . A mnthm oM exchanged hands in this commu- ivrmri rphp rtni.r.rinp of nitr-h-- l ww vv.. v UWU o 50 Ginseng W. S. Sinclair, wife and child- - er were there, his father is 8G S18 and bought a cow for J?3 to the winds nity recently. Lawrence T3J1I T)ma ing the constitution T ?rif-fi ,. 25 vnv, Tov and his mother is 88 years old frrtiv. U A Violl Beeswax sold his residence to Dr. and the destruction of the judi3 25 ily at Casey Creek, last Satur and she is as helpless as a child, Yellow Root Your scribe sold twn calves to ciary ought to be well and Bowlin for $G00, and bought 2 day and Sunday. MayApple(perlb). this Uncle Green is stout for a man Charley McKinney for $ throughly weighed by every in- - Mrs. Mary L. Wheats interest Dr. W. E. Sanders will Return : of his age. There were 28 at week. telligent man before accepting in the Svdna Helm iarm fori rcuyiun. this week to Knoxville, Tenn., the dinner after which religious There will be, a large croj of ,..it. We had better suffer some $700. Mrs. Wheat bought John! house and lot for $150, : he will graduate in the services were conducted by W. wheat sownjha-- this fall. where ' bad decisions than destroy our S. Helm's of Creels- - j Farmers are busy sowing medical college, this being his A.. Cook and James Helm ali re- we had bettter accept and William Andrew, Jeff Hadlej?1s on the sick 'i? " ported a good time. bought Jeit Bradshaw s wheat ana cutting corn. fourth year. constitu-porsome bad laws under a this week; very poorly. Mr. D. O. Pelley, who pur Liiburn Combest and Vinnie The school at this place is pro.. you want brick to build your Lennie Blakey and If Quite a number of children chased the stock of goods from gressing nicely under the man- Grider, tion without limit. The consti flues come to Jim Oakes and get tution is the only law made by have been affected with a light Mr. J. D. Jones, reports a very agement of Miss Mary Gabbert., Myrtle Morgan were married first' class brick. Rev. W. H. Lemmon and here last week, good luck and a people. It says to Legislatures type, of diptheria and scarlet f 1 good business. Wells and wife the holiness you can not go beyond and when ver in this vicinity, in the last, Mr. S. C. Neat was here onejwife were at Columbia one day happy life is my wish to them. the Jackman Elmon Aaron and Mintie preachers are.-isuch tresspasses occur the court two weeks, and the school at day last week taking orders. last week. Ida L. Campbell, of Lit- - Blank ensbip were married at Bottom this week in a meeting. annuls them. As it is now our this place ha been dismissed as Mr. J, H. Sanders sole have an eye specialist, this week, Wheat if you want to be correctly fitted with Corn. We 105 i Tc-da- y. I UltAIN. j i icolt to Mr. Joe Henson, for $95. so: Mr. L. Rich, who has been in Illinois for several months, has returned home. Forest Morton and Hiram Lem-mo- n left a few days ago for Indiana, to be gone several 9 ' months. 12 Mr. S. H. Workman and E. 3 Jones made a business trip to 6 Campbellsville, one day last Mc-Kinl- ey j tm-,i.q- -t - V rm Wil-kers- on , ! . . e - o, 1 ; e-- n I L. .TW'nT r.st;?5? J fwc? ,;- - r9llMI f 'HBh Cri31 V-- :'-- r$vr m rvm-m r - J?zi QggQ mmm THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS -- a v-- v - . ... - - - Dr. J. R McCullum, Optometrist Will Be At I Paull Dru Go's. One Week Commencing Oct. 15, 1912 ' III Baking r&l Urn pvCL W) W fejfe, Powder mBmm KHpP Mhk And will make Scientific Examinations of all Classes of Defective Vision and furnish Glasses properly Fitted for same. This is a good opportunity to havs your Eyesight made perfect. Do you See My Window Display. Iheoniy BakinqPowdermade iiumnujoiuiaijciicuiiiuj iniini vorv s uaiiiiuv i r suffer with headache? Are you nervous and irritable? Do your eyes water, ache and buur? Are your eyes inflamed arid the lids swolen? Do you have difficult' in seeing at a distance? Does print blur and become indistinct when reading? These are only a few symptoms of defective eyes, which can be relieved by properly fitted glasses, but if neglected often result in chronic or incurable diseases. Defective eyes neglected and improperly fitted glasses are the primary cause of more blindness than all othcareful in the selection of your glasses. Have them fitted by a specialist. er causes combined. So be-very Vvf i Do Not Suffer Headache SPEIAL,-Genu- ine Shur-O- n finger-piec- Mounting Special I Really Dizziness, Nervousness or Watery Eyes Cured. Requires nose glass mounting. only two to adjust. Instantly applied; instantly removed. Fits close over the nose. The neatest, smallest mounting made. Defy wind stonis. Can't drop off or topple over. Adjusted to your own lenses waile you wait. e fi'i-jors The genuine dainty Test Your Eyes THEN MAKE Personal .o ht.. i.. .ana. uo tuc Lives at Bradfordsville w T Graded School Notes. 1 iw - it?il.iiiti .o.L-...- rri!t - and Lebanon this week. 5Trs. T ,y J- 1. McGeeand Mrs. T J. NOTICE My frames and lenses are made by the American Opiwhuiii. of Burkesville. spent Tues tical Company. They occupy the same place in the optical trade as dn.v nUrht. in Columbia on their wa Rogers Bros. 1347, do in the Silver line; as Elgin and Waltham do in tolat iv- youf to Cumpbell&ville to (.1115 ill" D V.IItl lltlVfJ watch business, and are guaranteed by the manufacturer to wear TEN It i".WIIUI. No matter how dim your sight, come to time and money and we guarantee Mary Miller peni the Mi of the children at heart i i YEARS. All Standard styles of frames. ii me. Let me test the glasse.' you wear end with the Mlvic--. U llUoim ot All children. who reach the high all work, . Liberty, Ky. , Unap vnnr nM if v now. If wrong they can do you greal standard of no per cent in each subject. wan )n Do you have to hold your paper farther away to read? month, Prof. W. L.Stearman of Russellandin deportment, for each lasses. Inv;sibic Bifo. fof n harm. h Come in and let me change your glasses. I sell lenses for will hae their name entered on the Springs soent Sundav in Columbia. any frame. Consultation Free. mi: ac uu muuc. J illb tOllSM-- . wis, JlOIIOr I.OJI Ol jlMiOOi. Mis.. Mollie Jeffries, who has been ; the publication of these names visitinjr iter si.sr.er, Mrs. Ernest. lures city paper, and the lisf to be1 in the Jeffries, of Vaiijjliau. New Mexico, Jilud v.ith the records of t lie school. 2! for the past three months, returned iro.vottiior.r. home Thursday night. (irade I j ALL WORK GUARANTEED Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Dudgeon and. Kellie Smith. " little sou, Count, of Cane Yallej vis-- ( Grade II ited the family of Mr. Ceo. E. Wilson James Frankum. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. For Sale at Auction. Announcement A Growing School. lo Temperance j Marie Ingram. a few days ago. Yoters. Grade I J I I Mr. and Mrs. John McFarland,vH ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT If not sold privately before I will on j Payne Gowiti. Thi September enrollment of the j ed in Russell county last- week. KENTUCKY. Saturday, Oct. 12, 1912, at 2:.10 o'clock The petition for placing the names Bowling (Jrcuu Business Cniversitj Grade T1IJ ' Sbrattou& Tersteess, TMainlilr, p. m. oiler my home at Loretto, Ky. of the prohibit ion presidential electors ovceetied Wmt f lafc September by 5U Mrs. Mattb Vardenian and hersii. Minnie Ingram. vs to the highest aud best, bidder. The. on theulticial ball.ii for the Novemb- percent., bur better still, tins Institu' Paul, who will make their home in Oracle IX ) L V. Hall &c. Dafendiml. property contains about (5 acres. The er election !- filed iti due time vi:h tion is called upon every mouth for a. ith Attorney (leneial Frankfort J!ex Holhulay. By virtue of a .lodgment and Order Mj. (laruetr, 'eft for Clay Smith. rooms,halls.bath more than rhe number . f uamifc. house ha b" good-siz- e Garnettand greator number of staliof Sale of Adair Oircuir Courr, render- and colonial porch on two sides, and by law. part of last week. So the prohibition ng ra pliers. Mildred vValKcr. that c:t the latter opurotors tbsui it can anl ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1912, in all modern conveniences. Good gar- ticket will be dul placed on They carried; the best wishes of the the JIuLh Crawford. furnish. TS"ow is a good time foe ' above cause, for the sums of 8(171.. den, the ballot', and all (tersotis dfesirmg young people to enter barn crib, 2cisrerns, all necessary people of thi." communitj. Kat.herine Cooper. life. i3:i, S10.o(, aud $150.1!) with the inter-- j ". ' ..rai-iscp-.ioutbuild.-- In gooi the liquor trallic will 'o Grario X Mrs. Jlyde, mother of Miss Hose est at the rate of 6 per ceut.pHrawunu locust grove surrounding the nave an opportunity to do so bv cast Dora lOubauk. Hyde, arrived iu Columbia a few days jfroin the 4th day of Xov. 1912, until house Possession given in 'M days. ing a vote for Eugene V. Ciia'in and Notice, Hurli Patul. ago and will make bet home here paid, and $4.0..jU costs herein, I shall (1-cash, Aaron S. Watkins for president and Same will be sold one-haschool feels rrat2ful for the i nrnpd tn nlVfil" fnr c:j)f at. t.lio Pnnrr.. The while her daughrer is leaching. ! hea.r cfK.pmiion and good will of j1Jouseoo, , Columbia, Ky., to the balance in one aud two years, with in- , vice president. Iitprheria bus appeftrdd in .;..m.. .IUIIUA t..i..i illl( Ii'il Imi.iii iii Jltl.JJf.. u'lm il.io .UUIi lIJ. I. terest from date of sale. Parties de-Tobias IiulVaker. p.; I rou- rhe : places iu tb c.'TH' . hy is ia:fit.de-'ytlope- d on siring to examine j highest) bidder, at Public Auction, tnti hKt'th fora eur. was in town a' the property will ' into an at auy one Monday the 4th day of Xov. 191U, at Mr. J. B. Co Hey who has a oosition few days ago, looking ;u though he call on the undersigned. place, and lias iwen xer feMy con COMMISSIONER'S SALf. one o'ciock p. m., or thereabout (being J it' . TVlfll uiiw T.'1?!..! 7 .tjailiUllLU .. w. llf was iraininir his health. ll.ll' wi. T.r'. IfVliiUIII' i tagious. We have had a few eases in ftftw Emily J. Cummins, l'Ullbl ' County Court, upon a credit of this state is on au inspection tour in Loretto, Ky. Mrs. Leo ttaldouf and little son, left) town, and I have been spoken ruby propj montns tne loiiowmg aescnueu Southern part of the state, lie is a in nit ii iinmr'n r r ini home, in bhzalethtown suspend the gnwi--i I school for their A certain lot ot land erty painstaking man. ol good judgment I.several i o .KENTUCKY. ' few days ago. ,.n . .. Myan.svur always fe, t,lai Announcement. ftituated in Adair county Kentucky on and will me asure justice, aa ho sees it, for a tune Z. T. i'elley PJaliiLill. the school is about the safest place in the East side of the Columbia and Mrs.. I. S. Rovse and cluklren, who steiia Hesini & c DefeiHlsmt. f to lus employer and toother parties ;.. community. If the parents will the 7. urA-;vil :.. ..l .. l Oradvviile road a;id is bounded as fol NaMivilk'. Tfiui . have been viWmr in iy virture of a .ludgmuiit and Mr. Go. it. Miller, of this pince, . ,. 1:1 uuici: in states , uue send t heir children to school and noD , . for the la :v.o wei'ks reluriied home sale of CircuiL Court, rendered at the i lows viz: Beginning at a rone iu rhe s 1k has been a traveling man forojute iiuiu iiiiu unib HlBTl tn Till! nn HlD cfrooll T ' lasfcSumiwv Sept. Term, thereof. 1912. in the .Glasgow road, corner to Thomas G a nurabar of vears, at. present out of work appeals to nun ami he is there- - i nnvmif . . ., r , f,.' above cause, 1 shall proceed to oiler Coffeys lor- thence with said Coffeys Cincinnati, will 1m married to Mrs. fore detarmiujd ro measure up to a UU1IMUCI uiioiii iu iiu t.tiiui ui gmuiiif; nf Hiia11 Snnnm. Mr ..v.fcii.vT v. ..... . ft.. line . 2S E '.VI polls to a stone, thence , lha disease. K fciaxulani in hi.-- line. nectiou who has been engaged in lorsaio at uie cuun. nuute uuor in N 75, W i.') poles and 121 Anna Fink Beard, iu the city of T C. L. TajiDrt- Oct. U. 92 links to a agricultural poreuits hi Illinois for the Columbia to Wie highest bidder, at stone Louisville on Thursday, the Mfili ot HealtU'Jrtlcef. ttieace S 28 V 23 poles to the Jew, if any, medicines, have met: last two or three jeans is now at home public auction, on Monday the ith day J middle of the Glasgow road; thence November. Last Saturday the Louisville Times published handsome with the uniform success that ha-- at- for a visitof short duration. Meeting ol Not. 1912, at one o'clock p. m. or with the middle of iaid road S 75 E 1 picture of the intended a bride. Tne tended the use ef Chamberlain's Colic. ( being county court,) upon Rev. .1. 11 CUuHllur and his two the News man at the Columbia Hotel thereabout polls and 2i links to the beginning ( Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The daughters arrived hare last Thursday groom to be is a very popular gem he iravo him J wo ears ol yellow con a credit of si months the following and containing 2 acres more or less. remarkable cures of colic and diar- - afternoon, and were received by a a curtain Ol above mentioned yellow dent and the described property, the improved the cost S20.20 is j rhoea which it ha. elTected in almost ' number of friends at tlte Kirsonage, will be traci of land situated iu Adaircounty L,ontr .tolin. Both varities to Stratum and Tersteege and $14 ;50 Kentucky on the waters of Green 'every neighborhood have given it a who had prepare t an inticlng supper. bountifully lested next ear. Fecse Resigns ' wide reputation. river and bounded as follows, begin-in- g toS. V. Wilkersou. For the purchase For sate by Paull ' Suuday forenoon ami evening Rev. is visiting his Mr. M. price, the purchaser, with approved I UrugCo. at a leech stump (now a .stone) S Chandler pieaehed two interesting mother at Midelesboro. E. Li. Feese, wlio for several weeks t 2i 1522 po'es ro a sycamore corner to surety or securities, .must execute isermous at the Methodist Church, ' TtiQ implicit confidence that many convincing hi hearers that lie was l ( M. Harnett is visitmg in school hous. lot. thence with a line of Bond, bearing legal interest from date has been au employee of the Xews, Mrs. said loi, S Ii), K 4 polas to two sweet of sale until paid, and hiving the resigned his position Saturday and has people have in Chamberlain Colic, . minister of abnilv. Evansville, Ind. job--; j gums,thenee S Z2 K h pol s r a black force and effect of a Judgment Bidders accepted one with a prominent nrinr.iny firm in Cincinnati. We are Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is gum cornei to colored church Jub. will be prepared to comply promptly Mr. W. II. Wi'aon who sold h!s bum'-W. A Colfe.v, indeed sorrv to lose Mr. Feese. for he ' foimrJed on their experience iu the use Spoke Company open- - thence S luj W 1.1 poles, to a snoue' with chee terms. The Columbia aim tueir Knowledge , ness last week U Messrs. Nell & Tay-e- st i OI tHaii reraeay is a tirst class printer, one of the fast- Mtuster Commissioner, A. C. C. Y SI ed up its yards for the reception of corner to sn.l church Jot, we have ever knoKvn, and is well ' f the mnuy remarkable cures of colic, lor extends Jils thanks to his many Thursday, and poles ro a si one .thence N luj E .SO spoke timber last uyauuuery rnat id na fneuus and patrcnsaml quests known and popular in this city. The' I ui"'"-.iuthat offered S5 for t he first load delivered poles to a .stone by the road, tlmiicS For Sale. eifected. 1'or sale by Paull Drug Co. all indebted to him call and .settle as Sevts wishes him success. The on that day, and $5 for the load that OSJ E:;i poles to the beginning contain- ho needs the mouey. County INews. brought the most money This was ing 15 acres. For the purchase price, Geo-- H. Nell and Bruee Taylor I have 2 pure bred Poland China with approved surety advertised in the News and consider-- the purcua-surRemember the stock sale ofAS-ies- , bought W. H. Wilson'sstock of grocer-- ; Valuable Land for Sale. or .securifies. must execute Bond, male pigs for sale. They are 4 mouths Chewr.iug ext Wednesday, tlie23niL able interest was worked upon short last week, and are now in position bearing legal interest from the day of old aud line individuals. If you ueed to meet the demands made on a urst We wnl :ils0 &ou some household, fu- rnotice. vheu the clock struck 12 on sale until paid, and having the force a hog of this kiud 510.00 will buy eith1 luxve ICi acres of good land, in class grocery. Both gentlemen are ' "'ture, such .is carpets, bed- sidteiccy night the rush was made' and etTect of a judgment. Bidders er of them If taken by the Joth of this Wednes-'2To time to Jose if you want three tracts which 1 will soil private experienced in business and 'contain- -' vario,,s articles desired in HBcilUmies, whicu resulted in three teams tieing will be prepared to comply promptly month. young hog. Nearly ' an extra worth lyata bargain. Two tracts are m plate quite au increase in the well' I)onr m,ss A S Cl,snfeg's sale for the first on the yards, which were j with these terms. the money at market, price for feeders. Green county, near the Adair line, one ) supplied house which they bought. j W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. R. L. Conovftr, Mr Hays, of Russell the 2.Jrd if you want to C. S. Harris. in Adair near the Green county line. horses w. jo. uarns. ot uerea, KyM cattle, nogs, narnes or household '' mon-- J air. 48-, '' county, and Elzy Younjr, and the Good dwelling ou one tract, and I am ' the Equity Fertelizor niture. Sale begins M 10 a. m. using all three tracts as one farm. Rev. J V. Weldon, bade his mauy ey was equally divided. The premium Co., of Cincinnati was in tin's city last I ; Public Sale. Will sell any one, or all three of the for the most valuable load was award-- ! friends here adieu last weelc and left Thursday. His goods will be on the' The Glasgow Times of last "week tracts. r hLs Louisville charge. Hev. Wei- , J.UV.f ........ hmnfhhv -- ;, hinh ..vn I54i .Til. vnnr mases tne louowing statement; Mr, market here next Spring. anH litj rla. Inn It- iinni'ilnY" Tnlnlcf-.nDr. J. J. Booker,' I will sell all ray household aud j Bob Young has sold hisr big 'farm, . opening, and we , parfcljre f rom ColumbJa Miami;-KyT It was a splendid ia generally kitchen furniture to highest bidder. Wanted Peafowls, $1.50 each. , the edge of Burkesville to Messrs. enterprise will be of much resretted. It is hoped that he will Sale begins at 10 o'clock at my resipredict the W. Tf Hodgen, Gran Stephens and J. E Coo for Wanted: Wool and" butter atL. . value to this section. The machinery find time to pay Columbia an occas- - dence rlear T. T. Mercers farm. BOX 232, , Campbellsville, Ky. mo, 000. W. T. S.- ,1 . W. Todd. lonal visjfc. will start atari early day. -it. -- The average daily attendance of the .u: t. uiviui ni ! litiuiiuiti en. ..!,.,. twin mu.AHit , , for the month ol rnuirx High rn , ni e J 17-- . enroll- The total Seplembei was ' It you wear glasses now that don t ment for the snxua montli was 201. From slu- beginning, the school has 'suit your eyes, or if they no longer give had a constant, steady growth She! g00cj v;s;on come ;n ancj jel me change going' tuu i i ...uweti.-- . tnowUKli Qnly ake ft ,Mc of ".-....- , M-ho. You have probably been think ing of getting glasses and kept putting of . t I. 0jr tvn ;jl rt Wnv not Come m during this ! Don't Wear Wrong Glasses and Ruin Your Eyes. My scientific examination is FREE and glasses are made to order exactly suit each eye after I test it. bound to make you see better, feel Glasses to Order My Examination is to diiferent. It is They are bound to be right better and ward off all . that future trouble. thorough, careful, expert and SCIENTIFIC. Our glasses strengthen, soothe and rest the eyes. They remove alF strain 5lop all twitching and burning. They magnify and restore Ihe normal vision. You can read the finest print. "rerest '. Dr. McCulfum will Make Regular Trips !o This Tow 1 - 1 - J j J book-kuepor- s. of-lici- al I lu-intto- .s . 'e-.uti-- fui t lf 2) - i o ! A. 1 of-si- to-w- it: I r ... ! ... . I I - LiA ,,-- . . v ; ; to-wi- u , , x X-7- u ilc-Crea- ry ' , , - v ', bi?)-goo- d .- 2t ing S2.-i.i- 2. - - r i 10-2-m M? ytnx 6 7te THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS The Perfect Laxative Age has its attractions no less than "youth in a more serene and quieter life. But it is this very life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders tiiat arise from inactivity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people arc troubled in way, with accompanying symptoms this belching, drowsiness after eatins. of headaches and general lassitude. Frequently there is diiliculty of digesting oven light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it s hard to iind a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be jrlven that elderly people should not use futlts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. What they need, women as well as men, is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without griping: The remedy that fills all these requirements, and has in addition toxic ' Saturday Night. SPSXSXSOSXIXS For Elderly People properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly peo- pie use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett. Oakl.uvn Farm, Newborn, Tenn., and Mrs. Lizzie S Brooks. Paris. Ky., say they lake it at regular inter- vals and in that way not only main- tain genual good health, but that they hae not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle ot it in the nouse. it is good for all the family. Anvone 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 linvo n Kninnlf hnMlr snnf tn thA free of charge by simply addressing Dr. w. Tt. r!nlf1nrk11. AMI WnIitnffnr St.. Monticello, 111. Tour name and address on a postal card will do. The man who goes down town Saturday- - night and sees the lighted streets, illuminated stores and throngs of happy people nprharm doM "Pt Stop tn fhinlr ?,. IS What pays 101 it all. It : not . paid for DV taxation, IOr if SO, it ' would hf j 31 ItKirillliTIRIIli 1 llL-yiwiyglairl a g 1B 3 lil j !vmov.-it- h m hardlv breathe or speak H minutes. My doctor could V3r7veak. T had spells a fruitful co'i?h when I . ;.is for iQ t . . . lilt, uuii Ja KSKG'S 51.00 was w uxjxc i.ci j v.iic notl j P hlirflfn Tr IS nnt" PalQ fnr HENRY:WATTERSON, Editor 9 Yi u DY COntriDUUOn, Or pOS- - a .... ...f Mrs.j.i:. (Jox, Jou: hi. 50c AND u I AT ALL DMGGISTS. fl he Daily i v. Si 111 And The E 1&5 for that would not be practicable sible. But it all costs money, and something must pay for it. Jt js paJd f0r by "the money that is spent at home. The merchants their profits largely in better stocks, better stores, and better facilities. They pay their share of the cost of paving the street and laying the sidewalks, in doing many things. So it is plain to be seen that what people enjoy on Saturday night is paid for by themselves, is their money returned to them in the shape of a better re-inv- est I Is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all- the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, but you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL C. D. Crenshaw' &m$$m& VETERINARY SURGEON S m il Aifnm binim! Rett B')T!i ONE YEAR 3 -- i zr- .;" - k I B kd Special Attnetin' to EJes town. When you go into a local store and buy goods from a local merchant, you do not get only the goods, you get the thrifty town, the paved streets, the schools which your children attend the churches which preserve the moral atmosphere of the community, the things you enjoy and use, which you and the 'i you will ive or send your order to this paper not to tln Oourit-r-Journal. "s.eIU Yr Fistulo, Poll-evi- l, Soavia or ny - : ical work done at JairprJets 1 ar well fixed to take care of stock, ilcr ev due when "work is done orstfek removed from stables. LOCATION NEAR ED BUGBES' RESIDENCE, STREET. t'fr I 0NEURKSY1LLE County - -- Daily i Goarier-Jeom- ai, $6,0 & Joseph Jamstown, H. w Stone, Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It- is Democratic and is heartily supporting Woo- drow vuson tor tne rresi- - . dencv. The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with, all the parties throughout the United States for the Times. sub-scribe Attoney-AMa- ay nooriar-Joarnf- il, Yr v ml 10 g ,t v--tt Will praclice in this and adjoining counties. -- We can give yon ;i & combination cut ?" : KenlucKy "We can furnish The Time's and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Gome to the office or mail in your subscription. merchant and the manufacturer pay for in common. You can send the money to some other town and gets the goods; but you can't get these other things and, even if you think the price is smaller, it is larger in the long run, since you get less in return for your money. It is plainly evident, then, that more of your money you spend at home, the more you will get for your money, the quicker will the cross-road- s ft 5 rate on Dailv or this paper. Sun-ia- von will write-- )PsX5X?iX"S2)aiS 'j(fAxSi'KS?f''(S irxrfvtM errsrt SMom Mfait il If S.II jff. 2jV The Adair County News and Week lyCour-,w- l Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. 'Dparf You will need a Daily paper During the se jTS sJ become a village and the community a town with all of the conveniences and none of the inconveniences of the me tropolis. The more money you ' spenu at nome m patronizum tmi local merchants, in building a i ISSi hnncao ..w.. in m.niifc, ..v,uw Tnp miico! F uj lnwocfinfr vSZs? in real estate, in dressing , better 5 J Iiilliil'i iyiilil a2 The Adair County Mews one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, til! Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. This is yGur opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to rVi 4 t Wl 1? sg TL a Attention! tz R.iiti Sc h , 1 , : is JOUfilcii f msz HENRY WATTERSON S5i juuiti, W And The Louisville Times will keep you Posted. riutfjiinnftt f and living better and feeling SjSJ , !! I.. .'sV.l. IVMiun ,s to have and to eniov theta' things. HH . lri4-4-rt- J5! Editor. We ConPurnish You The News, Columbia, Ky. ' t is : (The Aclair County News 2S2 I keep on" hands a full stock of; colllns and easkeLs, also robes; 2! hearses. Prompt, service night, or d;i y ' Phone .lt-- 1 ft f n SfMRS J KB $&cx ij Him a 1 1 " 111 tjp All 3 l Lfl 1AI C2 ml 1 1U l 3 a $i rain r& fi B & , 1M. I ' XU'- -r . V 'l'i.i.,1,.1 . uoiumuia. Jvy. -IKO i.ilClf. h 735 ' .. . tw t"..y. . .. rr rv tt" .j .: fiv .. ,v rziws? rj&za ?.v am) am ash am am tact" am fiBwtts t.c" t bir rtftft am am am "Tr am ms am am r--jf 2Z g'. 51 ? ' m?tt "Wj ic -- .. 1 and ' hc i . tk- i ! , - yi n 1 4 ft o vo ii it 1 6 a't fi i ii 4 S i 4 i & i rfi jSi2 Weekly al Old Riddles. ; Courier-journPre. ! Persons Vvho Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books -- When may a man call his wife , "honey?" When she has i. aii large comb in her head. Who was the first to swear in !!. 6. KABDWiCY, J. B. COCKE, V. Prei. B. B. 01ETZHAN. ice Both One Year i 4 4 A -- 31 C ". I 'VneMuift3U9pvlo. -- 3 ." ii this world? Eve. How so? When Adam asked her if he might take a kiss, she ssid, I don't care A dam if you do. How can it be proved KTA8USHE0 Ml ' !' f0i-We can also orive libera) INCORPORATED 1889 WIllhWmeHTS 1 1301 "Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once 5 that a EVQWES. BOILERS, SAW' ML.IS. DEALERS IN ffiAClSTS Lobinationvateth f :. Dailv Com-jpan- y, or Sunday Courier Journal, horse has six legs? He has fore legs in front and two behind. Why is a.gnnlike a jury? Because it goes off when discharged. GRIST WILLS. FEED MILLS THIRTeeNTft-Mftl- il LOOISVILLe j Write Courier-Journ- al SMOKE Sheet Iron and Tank WorK S5 '.' ,'R 1 j; t Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition w j-n . JV V 4 V a M&a . wif iir. ss m What is that, ifyou use it well will look at everybody; but if you scratch its back it will look send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the fv - I., . --Vw .S. at nobody? A looking glass. JOtJBINQ WORK SOLICITED Sgg3K3&S J Dk 1 ;WI11 Not carry 'Papers in LlIStw Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year -. Va Why had Eve no fear rvtfhe measles? Because she'd Adam (had-em)- . ..."sW" ' ' - . ' I ; Courier Journal. ' " ' 3 . man-ma- r J aij Kinds of Machinery Repaird- A At vvnat age snouia a ,isas8iV&i3 i ss 0 riXi Kla:.1 M k ry? At the parsonage. " irm a 4 a We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week '.v Sick headache Is eauseJ'by a disordered stomach. Take' Chamberlain's Tablets and correct that and the headachns will 'disappear. For saj ' by Paull Drop Co. Courier-Journ- al The Adair County News and Daily A eiTr ri 3 J 3i 2v a:-" t ic: I'?tUr:3 .xm ' 5 sstoaiaeh,lie:da'uiL but four bottles ot inado me fee ''"ks 'i. ja.jsion, iiaieijra?. hmriiiifl IrirlTitiwr'. f .. M . rctnr c-- ; r.r si:l." I ..si i n. . ' . TH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS inches in diameter is not to be recommended. Who Will be President. .ti m SF,5J "5WJf3 Gleanings. Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much eood Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." A word to tKe wise is a word you have wasted. The flashy young man is not always quick as lightning. While Justice may be blind, she can certainly smell out money. There are no elevators running up and oown the ladder of fame. SIS )K7i! Now is 7K 7K X X X fc ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair County News. He is never without dignity, who considers the dignity of 1 others. Nothing can happen in this Are you a woman ? Then you are subject to a large world which will rob a man of number of troubles and irregularities peculiar to women, what he is. which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to You can't judge a man by the headache, and other unnecessary pains, relieve weakness, clothes his wife wears. She may k. ' the signs of weak nerves and earn them herself, For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. A woman always remembers You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. how foolish she was when she Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it MfriU Ladles' Advisory Dept, Chattanooca Medicine Co.. Chatfanoogo. Tcnn.. was young; a man never. book. Home Treatment tor women, sent free. J 59 for Ssecial Instructions, and A man can lead any woman to talk, but he can't always make her say what he wants to hear. The recording angel may take , more interest in your day book than in your hymn book. You can not tell much about a man's bank account in heaven by ' his ability to coin pious phrases. s$ He who can not do a kindness . without a brass band is not so scrupulous about his other dealings. If Don't forget how vast are the IN number of subjects on which you )fc are highly qualified to keep silent. X It is a good idea to frame your New 'Year resolutions. At the end cf the year you will have the frame. TAKE wARDU The Woman'sTonfc Spraying potatoes with Bordeaux mixture is a preventive of potat oblight. Any impervious covering will check but not entirely prevent deterioration of silage. Get that piece ready for alfalfa. Better double disk it again just for good' luck. You can not keep your farm permanently productive without the use of legumes. Don't put in the alfalfa seed too deep; and remember to roll it well after sowing. A barnyard full of manure never produced a big corn crop until it was spread on the field. Tobacco uses up a large amount of plant food and for that reason should be heavily The man, who receives a majority of all the electoral votes, will be President. Should neither candidate receive a majority or all the electoral college, then the election of President will go to the House of Representatives and that of Vice President of the THE LOUISVILLE TIMES over-wor- i I i to- - 5 fertilized. Comfort in Traveler's Tea. . ! j In traveling both at home and abroad, there is great comfort in i the Tiro j ! you want to keep posted dur X 7K 3K John J. Crittenden, the kets reports. eloquent Kentucky lawyer of a DEMOCRATIC in politics, but w past generation, was once de-- i fair to everybody. fending a murder. Every one1 knew that the man was guilty. END YOUR SUBSCRIP-TIO- K w JS 7fN 7K A great crowd assembled to atsts IS tend the trial and listen to the RIGHT AWAY 7K speeches of the many able SS lawyers engaged on both sides of IV The Man with a Grudge. Nir the case. When Crittenden Every political party has its arose to defend the prisoner silence prevailed in the court internal dissentions. Some grow She finds that room Every one was eager to out of honest differences of opin-whsider that we should be thankful simPle rePast ' her cup of tea costs more than a cr the distinguished ion, some from intehse rivalries hear fnr mhof- wa ,Wf qV'U. O.VJ. H I1UV UVU very elaborates dessert, and so it Kentuckian had to say. After it s easier tor a voman to run is a great economy as well as an able argument in behalf of and some from , mere personal as spite. Tho Democratic party so up a bill at a dry goods store than Vf 7cZ comfort to carry your own tea his client. Mr. Crittenden ended no more free from such trouble OS it is for her husband to run down 7F with you. his eloquent plea in the follow- - than other parties, but at this the money to pay it ing beautiful words: Fuss and Feathers. moment i t can offer better The chestnut tree is exceeding-"When God conceived the:reasons why strife should ba ly popular with the small boy;' Sloth is die mother of poverty. thought of man's creation, He!buried than any other partVi ix n doughnut tree but a Enthusiasm is the father of called to him three ministering The democracy has the best would give him greater joy. who wait constantly success. for SUCCess that has It is a vital question whether Chicks never thrive where jon the throne Justice, Truth been presented to it in years. It to make a disappointed girl shed and Mercy and thus addressed :a nffprino- to thp npnnte nrn- filth abounds. a few tears now or to disappoint ; them: ram of needed reform which it You can not raise chicks and her for by marrying her. Shall we make this man? ;has demonstrated that it can lice in the same coop. There is a wide difference be "0 God, make him uot, said crrry out. It is putting princiLittle leaks around a poultry Justice, sternly, for he will tween having a note in the bank ples above men and every man's plant lead to large losses. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD duty is to forget what is persontrample upon Thy law. and having a banknote in the Knavery may serve a turn, but And Truth, what sayest thou? al in politics and look steadfastWe will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long pocket, and therein lies the dif-- i i i ly at great truths which bind O God, make him not, for none is our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all heights ference between complacency honesty is oest m tne end. the party together. Small conand styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. Keeping things clean is much but God is perfect, and he will and discontent. sideration should be given at SB INCH easier than cleaning things. surely sin against Thee. this time to the man who parades SOItlCH sayet thou? his personal disappointments and The hen is And Mercy, what Garden and Farm Notes. not a thing to be hoped for she "N Then Mercy, dropping, upon berates his personal foes to the is a reality. her kness, and looking up 'detriment of the party. Nurs-throuTopping corn serves to mateing grief and keeping old wounds. her tears, exclaimed: There is a great difference berially reduce the yield. is P05 bus.i!les3 a? ay O God make him; I will watch ffesh tween keeping a bunch of chickA hive of bees .makes a deli- ens and making chickens keep over him with my care through time. It is downright party dis loyalty to go into that sort of , cious thing to have about. you. all the dark Datns ne may nave unuji iiuw, wucu cvcijr aigu - There is little practical benefit .TZ points to Democratic vicThe poultry business requires to tread. SiSwonMreNcTngiANOA , . ... Tlian uluuiaD' flnA mrtAa man tory in i w November. The " resulting from the use ol a 3 u.st as careiul and thoughttul should be firm- O, man, thou sorehead monacromATih as nnv nrtipr hna. ami said to him- - Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. mulch with wheat. iness, and when such 5ntelligent art the child of Mercy; go and reconciled, ! rjI !! Early oats almost invariably care is given, thp rani- nn as deal mercnuiiy witn au my and an unbroken front presented yielcTrhore heavily than late oats. 1162 East Market Street, Between First and Brook. certain as in any other line of brothers." to the enemy. St. :ou..-- "Rpub Loi?isvi!!e,Ky. The man was cleared. The use of a tile under four work.-lican. Sis j as One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly Courier Journal One Year your own cup of tea. On the steamer, particularly, you miss your own brand and the traveler who is wise in the lore of creature comforts never wanders far from home without her tea caddy. It adds greatly to her popularity. "0, if I only had a good cup of tea. " is the general cry on shipboard and then thi3 woman produces the cheering leaves, and she becomes the center of at traction, and has her little coterie every afternoon. There are some who prefer it for the morning meal, too, instead of the Rripe wisdom, sound judg- usual mediocre coffee with conment, courage and fidelity are densed milk. among the greatest assets in For thi3 poignant need of the the labor movement. traveler, a charming little tea It is an honor to be a wage box of mahogany containing a earner. Jesus was a carpenter. small silver tea caddy and a little Afterward he was a shepherd. tea ball, reproducing a minia-H- e ture tea kettle, has been put is still one. You are not responsible for upon the market. It is very sim-th- e disposition you are born with, Ple in arrangement, compact, but you are responsible for the ' ana easy to Pack and makes a really practical gift. one you die with. The courts may enjoin us from There are many places on the punishing our enemies, but they continent where good tea is a can not restrain us from reward- real luxury, and many an un sophisticated American is as ing our friends. her bm Any man can be thankful for tonished when she P what he gets, but few of us con- - for what she considers a very well-versed far-sighted . Senate. FOR 19!! In the House, the member3 do not vote as individual members, BRIGHTER, BETTER. but each state has one vote, that one vote to be controlled by a BIGGER THAN EYERj majority of the members from THE REGULAR PRICE OF that state. Now it so happens just at this time that the House is evenly divided. The Demo THE LOUISVILLE TIMES crats control 22 states and the Republican 22 states. A YEAR. Four! IS states are tied; Main being re presented by two Democrats and j f YOU WILL SEND YOUR ORDEfc two Republican. Nebraska by! TO US. YOU CAN GET three democrats and three republicans. New Mexico and Rhode Island each by one demo- THE ADAIR COUNTY crat and one republican. In the NEWS election of President, the House is restricted to the .three candiAND dates receiving the highest number of electroral votes. THE L0U1SVILEE In the election of the Vice President, the Senate is restrictTIME! ed to the two candidates receiving the highest number of elecBOTH ONE YEAR toral votes. Should the House fail to elect FOR t)NLY a President, then the Vice President elected by the Senate THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the President, automatically. the best afternoon paper prinIf, however, for any reason ted anywhere. the House failed to elect a President and the Senate fail to elect Ha3 the best corps of correal a Vice President then Secretary pondents. of State, P. C. Knox, would beCovers the Kentucky field percome President, whether or not his term would continue four fectly. years, or end at the next election Covers the general news field would depend upon the action of $5.00 $4.50. be--com- es Congress. Be Merciful completely. , to Thy Brother. Has the best and fullest mar j f ! ! at Louisville Times and News 1 - ! V, U I j t ' ! j aH9ieK& a9Ka9K2eK& well-lade- op-ange- ls, -'ty j ! - ELLW00 WRE FENE j I i j . i vwww ,m iiimiBiI winter-egg-layin- g gh J ! i I - ". - - ii.. HIHlUllMI 1H ill III 1M KIT Kxf-Vio..- 3 ! i "" J- DEHLER BROS.. I" i ?J& jm 8 THE ADAIRSCOUNTY NEWS Gradyville. , . Miss Ora Moss, of Columbia, p bH ffi gh , ,., spent several days of last week country he was of necessity away witn juome r lowers or our city. from homr? a great deal, .and the Messrs. J. H. Goff & Co., of care of the home and home af- Columbia, received a nice lot of fairs was largely committed ; to cattle here last week' at prices her and she was faithfuljmit from 4 to 4i cents per lb. lfif n A little boy of Mr. and Mm., She was a devoted wife arid J. F. Pendleton's is confined to mother,a kind and helpful neigh-hi- t room with fever at this Lime. boTt and a true and consistent i ment was held at Salem school house last night consisting of a The first frost of the season spelling match, dialogues,recita last week. tions and declamation. Our farmers put in the week We regretted to see the ancutting corn and sowing wheat. nouncement that the News was W. W. Yates, of Edmonton, for sale. We fear so good a pawas here the first of the week. per would not be continued. We Charles Sparks put in the week peed your voice continued for finding out what our people are good roads and betterment of our county in general, more esworth. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Flowers, pecially your influence for of Columbia, spent a day or so visiting relatives at this place. ' Strong Hill was at Sparksville Another Good Woman Called Home to The Spirit Land. a day or so of last week. Rev. J- - R. Crawford and Miss Mrs. Fannie May Huffaker Bess Holladay, of Columbia, passwife of Tobias Huffaker died on ed through here Friday en route day of Sept. 1912. She was for Edmonton where they will born Apr. 1, 1860. Her maiden engage in revival work. name was Wilson, being the Messrs. James Diddle, Nat daughter of Robert H. and and Dock Walker and Bascomb Ermine Wilson. Dohony spent last Sunday in She was a niece of former Edmonton. Judge A, E. Sallee of this counMr. McClean, the well known ty, and C. M. Sallee who were merchant of Burksville, was in attorneys of Columbia. At the our midst one day last week. age of two years Mrs. Huff aker's Mrs. Myrt Stults accompanied mother died and she lived with by Mrs. Lou Flowers, of Colum-- 1 her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. bia, were the guest of Mrs. Ella Jacob Sallee, until her marriage Y. Robertson last Thursday. to Eld. Tobias Huffaker on Dec. Hon. Rollin Hurt and Judge 9th 1886. She was educated in W. W. Jones, of Columbia, spent the public schools of her community and at Columbia Christian last Thursday in our midst. She graduated from Mr. Porter Flowers has bought college. property in our town and will the last named school 1880, having completed the scientific locate here. Prof. Stapp will sing here next course of that institution. DurSaturday night and Sunday ing her course of study in the every body invited to attend college, she took a series of lesson come out and hear some good ' n biblical sfcudy, and obeyed the gospel on the day after completmusic. ing the series. She lived a conRemember that there will be sistent christian life to the day preaching at Union the 3rd Sunof her death. day in October. She was a most excellent Messrs. Flowers and Keen are Christian woman and in all the having their business house enof life she bore her larged preparatory for larger relations part nobly. Her husband being business. a oreacher and teacher in the j ! j Buggies Surreys Runabouts. High Class Horse Sale Twelve head of Brood mares and Stallions will be sold republic auction as follows: Louise Cabell, 11 years old, a great brood mare, register number 5900 threp other good ones in foal by Bald Chief, N'o. 3806. , 1 Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. Every Raven Bird, by Red Bird 1956, 6 years old and has proven himself a great horse. Alexander Artist, 4517, by Fayett Artist, 4516, is 5 years old and measures up to present day exactions of horse fanciers in all his make up. Bald Chief, 3806. by Montgomery Chief, 1361 is years old and is one of the most promising youngsters in Southern Kentucky. His first colts will appear next Spring. Columbia Chief, 5437, by Bourbon, King, 1788 is one yea-ol- d, but an individual that measures up to bis fancy breeding. I also have some colts that wiM catch your fancy if you like goo i ones. Saturday June 22n& Main JACK, My Jack, 6 years old is a good proven himself of great value. hands high and has He goes under the hammer. 15 on, Greensburg was Blocked for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. i Street CATTLE. One Aberdeen bull, 11 months old as good as they grow. Two Aberdeen cows, one due to calve first of December, the iher next April. They are pure bred and excellent individuals. HOGS. Some pure breed Poland China hogs consisting of 2 year old ooar. sow and & pigs. Also several shoats. I also have a brake cart and harness, a good Houtenroad During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. j cart. , What is the cause of these Phenominali Sales. Quality, This sale will be held WEDNESDAY OCTOBER THE 23rd and will begin at 10 a. m., at my barn, half mile from Columbia, I? urther information will be given if requested. TERMS Six months, bankable notes. All the above stock will be sold to the highest bidder. Remember the date Wednesday, Oct. 23rd. A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. , Styles and Easy Ridlm i j l , REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man, me Slower ana .binder man, the Gasoline Engine man, the Farm Implement man. w. j. Hughes Incorporated t & Sons Co., j l Louisville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Columns, I I ; ; Brackets, M. i i '; iiii j i I r. Irvin's More. Our farmers are about all done sewin wheat. I Digging potatoes and making sorghum is the order of the day. A. J. Weddle and wife, of Moreland, and Mrs. Helen Comp-to- n 'Of Middleburg, were here laat week visiting their sister, Mrs. Lucy Cooper, Mr. Joe Rainwater and wife who have been in Texas a number of years, were here last week visiting: relatives and friends. Jonas Hammond and wife, were here last week visiting their Christian. She leaves to mourn her loss five children, three girls and two boys, all of them survive her but one boy who preceded her to the better land. She had so impressed her christian character on her children that the daughters are all members of the Church of Christ. Miss Willard the oldest danghteer is atcher in t e public schools of the county of high standing both in efficiency and christian character. May the Father of all grace comfort the lonely husband, the dear children in this sadest berieve-meof their lives is the prayer of a true lriend. nt GREEKSBURG, KY. -JDIC2Sr'X'A.rJ i OFFICE Office Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST iDicsT-risa- 1 ouMings, Stair Work. Ask For Our Complete OVKK GEO. WILSON'S STOltK Columbia, Kentucky Catalog:. I Columbia, Ky. $4.50 each, and $14.80 was added Russell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Front Bu Reridence Pfeosc 133 fos6 Phoel3 A to the school's library fund. Mr. Elmon Aaron and Miss Mintia Blankenshipboth of this community were married on Sunday Sept. 22. They are both members of good families and DR. J. N. Office, Front ; MURRELL in Jeffries J Uljf and August DENTIST rooms BTd'g up Stairs. are Bargfe lays v Clearance Sole m every Department of our Big Store arc & order and ' price Cowcakinwi hold sway If in nemr of son, Dr. Hammond. Crocus;;,, Prank Meece left here Saturday morning for Illinois. A num, ber of boys are talking of going The school in Simpson District later to shuck corn. is in session again It had been D. C. Hopper is at Somerset dismissed on account of scarlet & attending theQdFlIows grand fever and diptheria. lodge. Born, to the wife Mr. Hopper Roy sold his saw Franklin timber to E. R. Spottswood & born child- son, Lexington, for $1800. Uncle An infant child of Charlie John Rov one boundry to same Compton was buried "at the Grant party for $400. grave yard on Sept. 11th. Mr. W. A. Wilson bought 8 Tho pie supper at the new Thomas- Johnson for $145. Liberty School house on the i 9 yearg experience. Special attention Johnson bought- one colt night of Oct., 27th, was a decidr.. itTom given to Surgical and Dental work. $65, I handle the best of fertilizer and Office at residence near Graded School of Thomas'-Grimes-a-t ed success. Pies sold at prices building. sell cheap for chash. ' interesting entertain- A'v'ery ranging from a few cents to S. McKinley. . of Sam on Sept. 23rd, a still ! - are honest, industrious and upright in the fullest sense of the term. We wish for them the store of earthly blessings to . Q. P. b'MYTHE which they are so justly entitled. for Sandusky and wife, of John FIRE INSURANCE Columbia, took a spin out to W. and G. Collins, place last Sunday in REAL" ESTATC their new automobile. The Crocus debating society meets at New Liberty school house each Friday night, and U. ft. Jones some interesting subjects are m. E. Jones being discussed. & Lewis Huddleston is attending Veterinary Surgeon school at the L. W. T. S. and Dentiat Columbia, Kentucky. r Rogs, Carpets, and Linoleum For present or future use, k will pay you handsomely to look over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise! flubbuch Bros., k Wellendorff lacorporated 522fcnci524 Weet Market St. , Jones Jones . Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. 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