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Pfe- -; i -- . .- - f ,c -- s V-- I. j , ; . -:- .?. tpS. ,:,"i , YOLUMF XV SEte COLUMBIA, ADAJR COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY OCT. 23, 1912 NUMBER 51 Expressions The fall term of the Russell Circuit COMPLETES HIS Court opened at Jamestown last MonIn the death of Governor Hindman day. There are several murder cases WORK HERE Kentucky loses a good citizen, a faithon the docket, and it is known that ful officer and a fearless advocate of one indictment for that grave crime honest public policies. will be returned early in the session, Governor Hindman was a Democrat the offense having been committed Says Conditions in Bowling Green in the truest sense of the word, but two months ago. Were Favorable Left For he did not believe Democracy depend- Judge J. C. Carter arrived early in ed solely upon party organization or that shortly after the election, the Taylor. the forenoon, and by 12 m., he had the Franklin to Continue his in Rev. EVC. Hamilton, of the Mar- taking of subscriptions to the capital Machine activities. He believed grand jury instructed, and it was at 2 Methods of teaching beginners to Work. the people and he believed that the rowbone church, was elected Moder- stock will be commenced. It was first read Mrs. J. B. Yates. work. party ator of the Presbytery, and occupied thought we should begin immediately, people should be supreme over The first two days will be taken up 3 From which mind gain the pulpit of the Presbyterian church, but, owing to the business engage- more knowledge, does the or observa- in trying misdemeanor cases. The organization and party orders. reading In DOT Governor Hindman jielded Sunday morning. In addition to the ments of some of the persons most in- tion S. W. Turner. J. B. Coffey, assistant state lire criminal charges being called later,in to the soliciation of the Palmer and routine business, there were popular terested, it was found advisable to 4 Enumerate some method of teach- the week. marshal, who for the past week has Buckner Democrats and consented to addresses each evening on subjects postpone the matter for a short ing advanced reading Flora Powell. been inspecting the various business A large crowd is in town make the race for Clerk of the Court pertaining to the work of the church. while. houses in Bowling Green, for the pur5 How assign, study and recite a business of all kinds being good. On Friday evening was an address of Appeals, in order to keep together pose of having the owners of the buildThe people at Jamestown want to spelling lesson Nell Miller, Robert the forces that had left the party in by Rev. C. T. Michel, of Harlan, on say to the people at Columbia and Bailey. ings remedy any defects which might A Double Wedding. 1S96. A convention was held in Louis- Evangelism in the Mountains of Ken- those along the road that with thier exist, thereby lessening the dangers 6 Outline your method of teaching ville, and earnest declaration of poli- tucky, on Saturday Evening by Dr. of fires, this afternoon completed his the road can be built. grammar to make it interesting to Last Wednesday afternoon Mr. Fo-re- e work here and left for Franklin, where cies and bold declaration of purposes W. A Provine, of Nashville, Term, It seems to be the opinion of those pupils S. P. Stapp. Hood and Miss Ruth SublettJMr. he will continue his work. During were made. Reluctantly Governor representing the Sunday School Pub- concerned that the money ought to 7 Discuss the cutural utilitarian to be the leader in a lication work. Sunday evening was be raised this fall and winter, the values of arithmetic Robert Willis, R. B. Watson and Miss Susie K. Page, his stay here Mr. Coffey has visited Hindman agreed all of Cane Valley, drove into Colum- practically every business house in the contest in which there was only in- devoted to the subject of Missions, organization perfected and all prepa- Bessie Epperson. and addresses were made by Rev. C. rations made to begin work as soon as bia and to the residence of Eld. Z. T. city. A complete report was made of volved one unimportant office, the 8 How may the parent aid the work W. Byers, returned Missionary from the conditions of the road will permit, Williams, where both couples wera the condition of each building, which light for which was not to be backed and influence of the schoolJ. R. joined Japan, and Dr. Murdock, engaged in in the spring. in wedlock. The bride of the was forwarded to the chief fire marby a systematic organization throughAbrel, O. M. Willis. the mountain work of Kentucky. first couple is a daughter of Mr. and shal at Frankfort. Mr. Coffey also out the State. It also seems to lie agreed that even 9 Educational values of history and but The sermons and addressess were if all the stock is not subscribed this how to successfully teach it Roy Mrs. J. W. Sublett; the groom a son had a large amount of rubbish removThe movement was of Mr. Creed Hood; the bride of the ed from the alleys and streets of the Governor Hindman had in him those highly appreciated by our people, and fall, the work should be commenced, Hadley, James Hayes. presence of the representatives of and that we should work at each end second couple is a daughter of the late city, and the trash and garbage wagqualities that induce a man to lead the 10 Outline a brief course civies a forlorn hope. He entered the con- the church in our midse was in ev- of the road at the same time. The which you think would be really val- Jordan Page, and the groom a son of ons have been extremely, busy since Mr. Jack Watson. test and fought it out to the end, ery way pleasant. plan suggested is to build five miles his work was begun here. social- from Columbia this way, and at the uableAlbert Bryant, Joe Calhoun. Such meetings are All the parties are well connected, knowing the end from the beginning. Mr. Coffey stated to a reporter of 11 Make an outline of the facts of One by one those who were most ear- ly and spiritually to the communities same time construct the road to Rus- nature that children may be taught and they have the best wishes of The News today that he had found many friends. nest in their demands upon him left in which they are held. sell Springs, which is about five miles in school Nell Miller. conditions very satisfactory in BowlWe trust that the brethren who or over. him, bub he carried the flag in honor, 12 Give general standards of teaching Green and that owners of buildPublic Sale. through the campaign down to defeat. were our guests for a few days, enjoyIf only ten miles of the road can be ing geography and tell how the subject ings had cheerfully responded to his The end has come to him suddenly, ed their stay with us, and that they constructed next year, the tolls could may. be closely related to the home requests to remedy any conditions ha On Saturday, October 2Cth 1912, I might deem unsafe, He was assisted but in a certain sense peacefully. He may" visit us again. be collected on that part. More in- life of the children J. V. Dudley, J. will sell, at my residence, to the high- here by Officer Conners, who wasdei carried through life a spirit of cheerformation will be given from time to W. Turner. fulness and est bidder, the following: that made Resolutions Adopted by Presbytery. time .through the columns of the 13 An orderly school tailed by Chief Hall to aidVhim in the pair work mules, 5 and 7 years old. work. The Park City Daily News. paper, as the work of subscription prp one Elva Murrell, May Upton. him a force in public and private life. gresses. He passes from the busy scenes of life 14 How time is wasted in the school 1 milk cow. Two young heifersj One That, the visiting commissioners of good wagon and harness. Farming followed by the respect and the sorYours truly. room Ua Epperson, Frank Taylor. COMMISSIONER'SJJSAIL row of his fellow citizens. Louisville Transylvania Presbytery are deeply Household and Phelps. Lilburn 15 Cliaracter building in school J. tools of all kinds. appreciative of the genuine hospitalkitchen furniture. The sale begin at Post. V. Dudley. ity extended them by the pastor and J. W. Todd. 16 A Grand Rally. Industrial education Cortez 10 a. m. parish of the Columbia and Union ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OFKY Sanders. Jamas R. churches; Former S. n. Absher &c, Plff., Was Eighty-Thre- e Years Old. 17 Is a classical education a benefit Hindman died at his home in Columvs That, the church building, in which A grand final rally of the Democrato a man in ordinary business Ben J. W. Absher &c DefL, 1 Monday, sudenly, as we are infor- the sessions of Presbytery were held, bia, cy of Kentucky will he held in every Jeffries. By virtue of a judgment aud order med. He leaves his wife, who was lias very effectively been beautified Mrs. G. J. Bosley, of Lebanon, who county sea,t in the State on Saturday 18 The school as a factor toward of sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderMrs. Corilla Carter of this place, to for God's glory; was the mother of Mrs. L. B. Hurt, afternoon, November 2nd. the September term, thereof, whom he was married fourteen months That, a copy of these resolutions be Every Democrat and every voter ex- making the future citizenship of this place, died at her late home one ed at in 1912, Kentucky Miss Pearl Hindman. ago He is also survived by one son, published in The Adair County News. the above cause, I shall proday in week before last. She was pecting to support the Democratic Dr. Robt. nindman of Columbia. eighty-thre- e years old. Her husband, ceed to offer for sale at the courtRespectfully submitted, ticket this year is urged to attend house door in Columbia, Ky., to the The interment was at CoIumbia,Tues-day- . C. T. Michel, Chairman. who is the same age, is quite feeble, La,st Notice to this rally. The names of the speakers on Gov. Hindman was a devout and is not expected to live but a short highest bidder at public auctiou, will be announced later. Monday, the 4th day of November, le'mber oi the Methodist church and I, or one of my deputies, will meet time. Mrs. Hurt was with her moth- 1912. at one o'clock, p. m., or thereVery truly, Will Build a Handsome Brick. was known all over the state as a man of Adair county at the er when she died, and will remain in about, being county court, upon a the J. X. Camden, Chairman. of the highest honor. Glasgow following times and places to receive Lebanon as long as her father remains credit of six months, the following dein a critical condition. Rev. R. F. Jaudon, pastor of the your taxes for the year 1912. These All sitproperty, Dr. 11. of Cincinnati, who Mrs. Hurt has the sympathy of the scribed taxes are now past due and must be Baptist church, Campbellsville, a uated in Adair County, Ky. 3 shares residents of this town. J. it Hindman is a son of Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones, very able divine, Former Lieut-Goof tiie Stephen Humphress land concommenced a series paid at once. I trust that every taxdied at his home in Columbia, Mon- Montpelier, was in Columbia last of meetings YAon, f payer will take advantage of this optaining (56 acres known as lots Nos., four miles from at day after a brief illness, lie was week, in company with his mother, Comet Is Coming. portunity to meet and settle same, 7, S and 9. A tract of land containing Columbia, the part of last week. Lieutenant Governor undei Gov. .T. with the view of buying a small tract We understand latter and save trouble and cost both to you .1 acres lying on the waters of Green that the attendance, Proctor Knott from 18S3 to 1SS7. He of land, near town, upon which to especially River, known as the home place, a 10(1 at the evening service, is and myself. Will be at: build a handsome dwelling. They A new camet will be seen here in a was 73 years old and during his long Cane Valley, Saturday, Nov., 16 good. Rev. Jaudon is a very enterfew days. The comet, which is of acre tract and a 431 acre tract of land career held many positions of trust. were suited by Mr. Tom Waggener, Knifley, Saturday, Nov , 23. acres taining speaker and is a Biblical scholor stray variety, was dis- lying on the waters of Blue Hole During the Civil War he made ui who sold the doctor twenty-fiv- e Roley, Friday, Nov., 22. off his farm to the leffc of lhe Stan" ar. We hope to hear of good results covered by Prof. Gale, of Sidney, Au- Branch of Green River known as tits splendid record in the Union Army- Pellytou, Thursday, Nov., 21. road, above the home of Mr. G from this meeting. stralia on September 8th. It is still Murrell land, a tract of land known The funeral services and interment ford MaGaha Friday. Nov., 15. too far South to be seen in this lat- as the Sanders laud containing 50 were at Columbia Tueseay afternoon. S, Harris, lie paid $1,000 for the Roy, Thursday, Nov., 14. waimplicit confidence that many tract, and will erect a handsome The itude, but is traveling northward, and acres, a tract of land lying on tle Lebanon Falcon. Glensfork, Wednesday, Nov ., 13. River known as ih brick, two story residence, which will people have in Chambcrlaiu's Colic, probably be visible in a few days in ters of Green Sparksville, Tuesday, Nov., 12. Green laud contiujjnjf 5 acres, a tract . be the home of his parents. the southwestern sky after sunset. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is Elroy, Wednesday, Nov., 13 Attorny General James Garnett, .or iaFid lying on the waters ot .tfedn founded on fchelr experience in the use Gradyville, Saturday, Nov., 10 a group of gentlemen in Louis-- , j River known as the Grant land, cou-- 1 Telegraph Operators. Keltner, Friday, Nov., 15. Attention is called to the pro- of that remedy and their knowledge ville, paid the dead statesman a high taiuing S( acres. For complete fessional card of Mr. W. T. Ottley in of the many remarkable cures of colic, Milltown, Thursday, Nov., 14. compliment, and expressed his reference is made to U1&, A. D Patteson S". A. C, this issue of the News. Mr. Ottley diarrhoea and dysentery that it ha sorrow at his death. In the last few Weeks the Busmen judgment and order of sale of record lias been a qualified attorney for ten effected. For sale by Paull Drug Co. t. University at Bowling Green has sent in drdgr book No., 13 page 103, of the- years, having been admitted to the out eighteen of its Telegraphy stu- Adair Circuit n0rm Clerk 3 oflice. I He was one of the most prominent bar immediately after graduating Rev. J. R. Crawford and Miss Elizadents to good railroad positions, but it will first offer said lands in 3 lots as Positions for All. men in this part of the State, and his from the law University of Virginia. still has on file thirty-sevevacancies follows: The 3 shares Stephen num-phre-s casts a gloom over the entire Coming to Kentucky he formed a beth Holladay returned from Edmondeath ton last Friday where they had been The young people of this county, which it can not supply, because it Taylor County Enquirer. section. land containing 6 acres togethpartnership with Judge James Dent- engaged in a ten day's meeting, the who are desirous of entering business lias sent out all that are ready. er. The 5 acre tract, known as the on, of Somerset, and the two were to- former conducting the song service. life on good salaries, should consider Young men aspiring to such positions home place, the 100 acre tract and the 3u the death of Gov. James It. Ilind- - gether Tor two years. Since remov- A great deal of interest was mani. well the advantages and 431 acre tract known as the Murrell at Columbia the State lost an old ing to Columbia he has engaged in fested during the services, there being offered by the Bowling opportunities had better take notice. Green Busland together the Sanders tract, the scl ool gentleman, his home county a other business, but he is in love with thirty-fiv- e professions under Rev. iness University, a school that is now Tom Redman, a man about forty Green tract, and the Grant tract conmost useful citizen, the Methodist Ills chosen profession, and can gener- Crawford's preaching. Rev. Crawford more calls for its graduates years old, whose home is in the White taining 142J acres together. I will church an able defender of the faith ally be found at his office in the Gar- is very much liked by the people of receiving than several such Institutions could Oak district, was sent to Anchorage then offer all the land together, and anu his thousands of friends one in nett building. Metcalfe county, and the excellent furnish. lasS week. He was adjudged last May will accept the bid or bids that bring whom there was no guile E. Town singing, Miss Holladay being' the leadbut in July he was returned home. A the most money, or suilicient thereof Ne vs. er, endeared her to the hearts of the Married in Oklahoma. Mr. W. 11. Collins, District Superinfew weeks ago it was noticed that his to produce the sums of money so orpeople. mind was again unbalanced, and he dered to be made. For the purchase tendent of Kentucky Children's Home News was received at this otlice, a was returned to Anchorage, as above price, the purchaser, with apporved Society, located in Louisville, was The Fifty-sevent- h Annual Session few days ago, of the second marriage stated.v nis brothers have shown a surely or securities, must execute Public Sale. here several days of last week in the of the Kentucky State Medical Asso- of Mrs. Annie Frazer, a n great interest in him. bond, bearing legal interest from the interest of the home. There are a ciation, which will convene in Dr. and highly respected lady, a former day of sale until paid, and having the great many children in the instituPowell's First Cluistian Church, in On Thursday. October 31st 1912, at tion, bright little fellows, for whom Louisville, Oct., 29, 30 and 31st? Spe- resident of Columbia, the event occurThe new iron bridge which spans force aud effect of a judgment. Bidred at Commanchee, Oklahoma, Sept., Russell's creek, near the Burk Ford, ders will be prepared to comply the management want to find homes. cial rates on my residence in Columbia, Ky., I will the railroads will be giv- 8th, the name of the groom being Mr. promptly with these terms. sell at public auction personal properen. Especial attention will be paid to J. W. Downpain, a prosperous farmer will be completed this week. It will W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. be a great convenience to the travelty consisting of household and kitchFew, if any, medicines, have met Pellagra and Infantile paralysis. Mrs. Downpain is a sister of Mrs. J. ing public and to the neighborhood en furniture, some farming imple with the uniform success H. Young and Mrs. L. T. Neat, this generally. that has atments, and 2 good Jersey heifers aged tended A verdict of 310,000 was awarded in city. Wm. R. Dooley, a native of Adair the useef Chamberlain's Colic, 4 and 21 months respectively. The county, but who has been living m Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy. The favor of Hubbard Caven of New Alone 21 months of age has been bred to vMr. J. A.Young will complete paint- Taylor county for many years, died remarkable cures of colic and diar- bany, against Geo. Al Edwards et al., Valuable Land For Sale. a registered Jeisey. Terms made rhoea which it has effected in almost of Green countj7, Ky. Hubbard claim-wa- s ing Mr. B E. Rowe's residence by the suddenly at his home in Campbells-- 1 known on day of sale at 10 o'clock a. every neighborhood have given mitldle of this week. Persons who ville, last week. He was an ed that a conspiracy formed to it a t W. B. Patteson. m. I have 1G5 acres of good laud, in have seeu it say that the building has al soldier, aud was 77 years, (5 months drive him out of the State of Ken- wide reputation. For sale by Paull three tracts which I will sell private been greatly enchanced in appearance- - and 11 days old. no is survived by a tucky. Drug Co. ly at a bargain. Two tracts are in wife, oue daughter aud eight sons. , Mr. J W. Coy aud the Walker Gov. McCreary has appointed a long Green count-- near the Adair line, one Talk to your friends, who have been JBros., completed the interior of the Mr. R. F. Rowe, who purchased At- list of delegates to the Rivers and in Adair near the Green county line. fitted with glasses by our optician, Attorney General James Garnett, of Presbpterian church in due time for torney General Garnett's residence, narbors Congress, which will convene Good dwelling on one tract, and I am our prices are very reasonable. Come this place, was elected last week,' Presbytery. The inside now presents one of the best pieces of property in in Washington, D. C, December 4, 5 using all tliree tracts as one farm. iu before he leaves. Deputy Grand Master of the Grand1 a, very beautiful appearance, but to Columbia, has taken possession, he and 6. Among the number is Mr. Will sell any one, or ail three of the Paull Drug Co. Council of Masons. Next year he g appreciate the taste displayed in and his wife having removed to it John W. Flowers, Cashier of the Bank tracts. will be advanced to Grand Master . Dr. J. J. Booker, the walls and ceiling, one will last week. "Sir. Rowe bought the res- of Columbia. of this body of Masons. Miami, Ky. :i rmlse to visit the buflding. For Sale. idence and land attached for $4,500. to-dato-da- y, up-lifti- on Death' Hindman. f Gov. Presbytery. The Prnnnctri Ttirnnitfe. Program. Teachers Association to be held Russell Circuit Court. FIRE MARSHAL Some inquiries are being made about Transylvania Presbytery, in connec- the proposed turnpike from James- Glensfork, Saturday October 25, 1912, Division 3. tion with the Presbyterian church U. town to Columbia, Yia Russell Music conducted by J. V. Dudley, S. A., convened at the Presbyterian Springs. In answer to these, it might-bJ. W. Turner. church in this place, Friday evening well to state that the matter has Devotional M. E. Rlair. of last week, and closed its session not been dropped. On the contrary, a Words of welcome May Upton. Monday morning at 11 o'clock. meeting of some of those interested Response Ben Jeffries. sermon was was held at Jamestown, Saturday, Thi introductory preached by the retiring Moderator, October 12th, at which it was decided 1 Patron's view of the public school of y J. W. Marshall, Mathew Rev. Geo. S. Watkins, of Mt. Vernon, at self-respe- ct room-descri- be t ' Lieut-Govern- or 1 Tax-Payer- s. tax-paye- rs He-public- A.-Jone- to-w- it. v. nou-pesiodi- c, -- be--fo- re pro-fotnde- st 1 5l-4- I n I i well-know- ' ! I ex-Fed- 50-2- beau-Hfyiu- 40-2- m Mr. S. M. Burdette bought twenty-tw- o s VJ' V Teacher's Recital Lindsey-Wilso- n :Qhp Friday night, Octoler 25,1912, Wanted: Peafowls, Box 232,' , $1.50 each. t0 o'clock. W. T. Hodgen, Campbellsville, Ky. Two,first-clasHenry Altsheller bought sixteen mules in the county within the last few days, ranging in price from mules here Monday of last wee''. The oue piano. 8125 to S185. prices run from 8130 to $170. sewing machinesand 1 Miss accep'b Jennie MoFarland will' please' v the thanks of this - r??c 1 an - S. N. Hancock. Indianapolis daily contain! w,,ich in teresting political Informant? T""3fe A1 i' i;-- THE ADAIR BOUNTY NEWS ! Timely Seed Corn Hints. nnan VJJ.CG11, Co-operation TT-t"-jr., r a firm or! awv.-- i a nr. " trtft - At this particular season it is well to have the attention not only of the members of agricultural clubs, but also of the gen eral farmers, call to the importance of getting a good supply of seed corn for next year. The fat of next years corn crop will be largely determined by the action taken by the farmer within the next few days. Seed corn testing is highly important, and should not be neglected, but it well to remember that unless seed corn is properly cared for, the test next Spring will only re veal the sad fact that the seed corn is very poor and that a perfect stand cannot be assured. There are a good many things to take into consideration in seed corn. These points concern not only the ear itself but the stalk upon which it was grown; hence it is desirable that the seed corn should be selected from the field before the corn is se-ecting Western Normal School. is now being lent MAKES AN by the Federal Government, an by various individuals and cor porations interested. Letters Chairman Camden of Operatic regarding club work should be Campaign Committee On the sent to Dr. Mutchler directly. Issues of the Day. No club should neglect this year to have a good show of var i l j j jonuson .n. tamaen oi woaaioru rious farm products, as the crops county, chairman of the Democratic have been fine. Assistance in state campaign committee, in his such undertaking will be freely opening address to the conference of given on application to the Ex- editors of the Democratic press of Kentucky, at Louisville on Saturday, tension Division. Sept. 28th, spoke as follows: T. R. Bryant. "Gentlemen of the Democratic Press of Kentucky: Extension ' Division, Supt. "I feel extremely honored in having College of Agriculture, . you as my guests today and want to Lexington, Kentucky. Assure you of my appreciation of the w AYS TRIBUTE TO THE PRESS; APPEAL TO PUBLIC j , j cut if possible. Seed corn should be selected in the fall just as it is coming to maturity. Select well developed ears growing upon well devel oped and vigorous stalks, and for the same maturity. Mark them and allow them to mature. Do not select large ears from stalks that have grown in hills by themselves, that have been extremely favored in the way of righ spots, or have been favored in regard to moisture present, but prefer those that have produced most heavily when going under average conditions. Other things being equal, select ears from short, thick stalks rather than from tall slender ones, as the latter are more likely to be blown down. Never select ah ear that is extremely long of shank, but rather select one of a medium shank with the tip pointing downward at an angle of about 45 degrees. Prefer ears that do not have a gross, course, heavy hua&. Those boys and girls' clubs thai have come under the direction of the State University Ex aosion Division of the College of Agriculture have noticed that ww uuirney were designated "Agricult-ua- l Club", and not "Corn Club." ber of electoral votes. Tim reason for this is that boys' "Philanthropy i(Mhe science of helpIn the election of the Vice ing the themnd girls' clubs in their reapeet- - President, the Senate is restrict- selves. Itunfortunate to help to the Is an odious thought ined to the two candidates receiv- American people to take away an nafe counties should be fixed dividual's When the through which many ing the highest number of elec- tional mind comes to the low level ot tolerating that thought we will have good things may be taught to toral votes. lost our magnificent manhood, whih rrownlns; them and other people, the club Should the House fail to elect te theand of our triumph of this country. Democracy Noc Charity.' Itself being a working factor to a President,then the Vice Presibe- we nov come to tfc into operation those things dent elected by the Senate - jt, "Wea Democratic partytirnk about the automatic- want its campaign financed does not either on vopned by the director of the!0011168 the a charitable or on a pbilanthropict.1 taVilY work. In this connection a hand jft however, for any reason basis. You genttemen of the press can make it eaFier for the district. ukof instructions has been the House failed to elect a Presi- - roity and precinct chairmen if you it pmpared f or these clubs, includ- - dent and the Senate fail to elect! will make withplain and inspire the Democracy the thought that there in a V:ie President then Secretary will be no money furnished from log certain definite exercises of State, P. C. Knox, would be- headquarter to pay men to vote, or, politely translated, there will be no domestic corn growing and come President, whether or not morey for the purpose of seeing science. that 'the vote Is or his term would continue' four taking care of the gotten out' that 'for floaters;' The work of instructing jmd years, or end at the next election Democrats are expected to vote the they believe in the principles looking after thaee clubs has re- would depend upon the action of of their party because they love It, because they believe it to be the safest cently been provided for on a Congress. and best expression of 'government for or country. natter basis than ever before, "Let us hope that the shifting of work has The Mtn Who Succeed and as good as your m compliment that you have paid us In leaving your homes and business and coming here today to attend this conA Log on the Track ference. The occation that brings us of the fast express means serious together for mutual counsel and detrouble ahead if not removed, so does liberation is, in my judgment, as as any event in the hisloss of appetite, lb means lack of vtory of our state. itality, loss of strength and nerve "The Democratic party the party weakness. If appetite fails, take of the people, of which you gentlemen Electric Bitters quickl.C to overcome are, in a "way, the eyes the ears and the cause by toning up the stomach certainly the mouthpiece, is on trial and curing the indigestion. Michael before the world for its existence. Ilessheimer of Lincoln, Nob., ,had , Coincident with the life of the Demo- been sick over three years, but six crauc party are our iree institutions, bottles of Electric Bitters put him the perpetuity of our form of governright on his feet again. They have ment and the equal opportunity in life helped thousands. They give pure of every child born under our flag. Upon careful thought and analysis I blood, strong nerves, good digestion. think you will agree that this is not Only 10 cents ab Paull Drug Co. an exaggerated statement, and that the fate of the two, the nation and the Democratic party, are inseparably Who Will be President. tied together. "I am equally confident that poster- will accord to you gentlemen or .uc maThe man, who receives a muuain. picas oi iveamcKy a. piace in toe nail of Fame, if not In jority of all the electoral votes, bronze, at least in grateful memory will be President. Should neith- for the patriotic service that you will render to your state and country. er candidate receive a majority Corporate Contributions Deadly. "Through your agency our times of all the electoral college, then changed and are changing with the election of President will go have incredible rapidity. It has a direct to the House of Representatives bearing upon our emirouinent and the conditions fiat mould and that of Vice President of the life. The majority of the our daily men and "women of our land see clearly now Senate. what was only dimly outlined to them In the House, the members do a few years ago, and to which we not vote as individual members, paid little heed. We did not realizen then as we do now that every but each state has one vote, that financed by the incorporated interests was in effect a deadly blow to one vote to be controlled by a the development of patriotism in tho majority of the members from American people. "The Republican party resionsi- that state. Now it so happens ble for th is condition, for is has been it just at this time that the House r vast commercial body out for revenue only, and those interests which is evenly divided. The Demo- contributed most liberally to its sue- crats control 22 states . and the cess received in return the largest measure of protection through the Republican 22 states. Four provisions of its tariff laws. I can states are tied; Main being re- hardly believe that the corporations themsehes foresaw the results of presented by two Democrats and their liberal contributions, for I am Mire two Republican. Nebraska by found that no set of men could be who with that end in view three democrats and three re- - could be such deliberate traitors to country. publicans. New Mexico andi their Charity and Philanthropy. Rhode Island each by one demo-- . "You know, gentlemen, in the light t,me- ev of applies erit and one rtmublican In tnejtl(mthe Pre8ent8weet - wrd .cnaritJ. ig of that election Of President, the House pot on a different basis and Is now called philanthropy. It Is recognized AMJ1 rt is HAAMtAtAl vu cue MM4. rcairictcu bv all taat the mere siving nurta and dates receiving the highest num- - tnjple the recipient. Instead of aejjwig ana sireagineuing. u weakens epoch-making cam-jaig; ' , i j , ( i . , j i I I j I j oas sQlf-respe- ct cea-tnr- y pi't, ho-caus- e been in the past it is hoped that "it may be made better in the fttturneare. Under the new ar- rangement the extension work for the University "has been divided into three sections, all oper ating under one head. The boys' and1 girls, club work has been i 4 assigned as a division to Dr. "Fred Mutchler, of Bowling the responsibility of financing the as I leads of large enterprises tire men campaign from the interests to the J?ioulders of the people will sound the deof great energy. Success, knell of 'peanut politics.' mands health. To ail is to fail. It's People Are Awakened. utter folly for a man to endure a .weak, "The American people have been so half alive condition when busy developing our rational reElectric Bitters will put him right on sources, opening mines, laying out his feet in short order. "Four bottles towns and cities, building railways did me more real good than any .other and factories, and subjugating the medicine I ever took," writes Chas. forests and other great agencies necB. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years essary to promote modern civilizaor suffering with Rheumatism, liver tion, they are just waking up to the trouble, stomach disorders and de- fact that our political parties have carrying on a charitable busiranged Kidneys, I am again, thanks been so ness, far as our citizenship has to Electric Bitters, sound and well." been concerned, which, if persisted Try them. Only 50 cents ab Paul In, will eventually enervate and the will of the electorate a Drug Co. to-da- y, run-down, en-fla-ve business conEisting of begging, har- - national finance 'committee. an3 tnej "Resolved, That we appreciate few men who now find themselves offithe opportunity afforded by J. X. cially in charge, should decide to raise Camden, the efficient, courageous g the money amongst themselves in or-- i state campaign and der to uphold Kentucky's fair name' chairman of the Democratic party, abroad; wh-i- t would be the result?) in calling us together today; and Will these men then and therefore be he It further 'barged with bosslsm and domination "Resolved, That we thank him of the state by mouej and its control for hia recognition and attitude Delivers Address to Editors of, by an oligarchy? toward the press of the state, and "Fair play is a jewel. I hope you, congratulate the Democracy of the Democratic Press gentlemen of the Kentucky press, will Kentucky for the course of the reflect upon thih a little. state central and executive comof Kentucky. "Woodrow Wilson stands before the mittees in selecting Johnson N. nation as a magnificent example of paCamden as the chairman of the triotism and exalted courage. Let us campaign committee in the elecon our part uphold him with equal tion of a Democratic president, lenng ana coercing runus to run tneir energy, courage and efficiency, and and that we greatly appreciate the campaigns, which the individual citi- - 6ee that he is not left to the humllla-- 1 opportunity he has so graciously zen should take pride in furnishing tlon of asking his personal friends ' accorded to the press of Kentucky themselves, and which they should to pay our candidate out of debt in taking the initial step which jealously guard as their special perTest of Patriotism. has brought us together" sonal prerogative and privilge. "The seasoned politicians laugh at i Must Face Situation. the idea of the successful fruition or Dangers of Earrings. "It is said that the Amrican people popular subscription. Ten years ago Indications are that earrings are love fair play, and I believe it. It is we would have agreed with them. but. coming into fashion again .ot the entlemon of the pres of Kentucky, tlso said that we are a courageous go our nation. I believe that also, for one the Democratic party calls on you to diamond earrings which never fashof fashion but earrings that are aiuVe It as cleai as the noon day sun to of these conditions can not exist withligout fhp other Now, no one ever acbe people that this popular subscrip- ioned from all kinds of material, They will fi r neous and metallic cuses us, as a people, of being thick- tion is a test of the enlightened and headed and a nation of fools. Then iiatriotic manhood of the country. By the moat part be pendants and arde--iattempting to seize a kilet us, as a people, drop pretense, be that test it will be known if the people lovers in coy find honest with ourselves and look the aie leally ready and desirous of tak- from the they maid or widow will in a may be huag up out how situation now confronting us squarely ing charge of their own government coll of tangled hair. and frankly in the face. Creators of Thought. Tribute to Woodrow Wilson. "I am iixir.ded to compare yo genThe forests of tho Alaskan coast "We have chosen as our standard-beare- r tlemen of the press with an instru- yield about 2:,00,0 board feet of a man of the highest intellec-- ' ment that impressed me dcepl. I lumber a year. tual and moral perception and devel-- , went not long ago with a friend to opment, which is only matched by his Eee the operation of the wireless telDEAD RECKONING. high courage. He tells us positively egraphy. These Instruments that that he has not and will not accept send and receive the message have ' campaign money from incorporated first to be attuned to each other. One Vay of Determining a Vessel's Course on an Ocean Voyage. interests are The instruments themselves Dead reckoning simply means the "Every one knows that it takes a traced in rooms on top of the high- computation of n ship's longitude and good sum of money to conduct nationt buildings, so that their vibralatitude from her movements as real campaigns We know also that tions upon the waves of other would Woodrow Wilson and his immediate ' meet with no obstruction and their corded in the log and without having recourse to astronomical observations. associates ought not and perhaps can message be deflected. , not pay these bills. Now having ellm-- f you gentlemen of The chief elements from which the "In this instance, inated the corporations and trusts the press, are the operators in the reckoning is made are these: Tho point of departure that is, tho from contributing to the campaign hioh towers of creative thought and latitude and longitude sailed from or - influence, lunu, it ine ranvc ana nie uo not aiswhich guides and makes last determined the course or direc charge their obligation to themselves that irresistable power public and thelr party by contributing to ion. Some minds will not be attuned tion sailed In as ascertained by the tus umd, what has the national com-- , i to receive your message. But rest as compass, the rate of sailing, measured time to mittee left to look to there is only hat the good you uo win not ' from elapsed. timo by the log, and the time one class left, that is, the rich. die with this campaign. The various principles or method-followe- d People Should Contribute. Service For Humanity. in arriving at the reckoning "Now I warn jou in all earnestness "I say now to you, gentlemen of the are known among navigators as "plain that if these campaign expenses are Democratic press of Kentucky, that in sailing" and "middle latitude sailing:." left to be paid by a limited number responding to the imperious summons However, the data thus obtained are of rich people, instead of by all the laid upon you by our great party and always liable to considerable errors b; people, the country will not be imy our farseeing and courageous can- - reason of currents, leeway, fluctuations .d proved to any great extent. There didate, who will not take the easy , f t, a chanre3 w. tho aqck will simply be a shifting of the scenes. road to the White House, you will be nation Qt the compass. TIle resulU The demagogues will hold forth and penorming as neroic a sen, ire ior uu- - arriTed at by dead reckoning, y inflame the masses against the rich, as did the men who died for f f nocossitv ho corrected as ' and you know, gentlemen of the press, their convictions. often as possible by observation of the will heavenly would not be fair play. that "We can thank God that this bodies. No navigator would be a bloodless battle, but we must ' risk relying wholly on this method o" Must Not Breed Discontent. "We do not want to take a step that fully realize that it is second to none determining his position on an ocea'i would breed hate and discontent be- of the great struggles or the past for ' voyage. New 1'ork Times. tween the rich and poor thioughout the betterment of mankind. the land. Also it is manifestly clear Government by the People. Pointing the Point. that if the few paj this debt they will "I think," remarked Biggs, "oe "Thus far I have spoken to you about the national campaign and the the funniest signs I ever saw cbligations of the people to finance it, this: 'Teeth Extracted While It Walt.' " so that when the Democratic adminisgovand lewdly ffiggs laughed tration takes hold of the reins of set MBPivRksHcNf r oWhK v jBt Tit ijifiinr wmmnSnfnntKlr and shortly afterward be tried r unhampered by ernment, it will be obligations to anyone but the great on Jiggs. be said. "U "A body of the American people, free to ' ISiiPlll choose from among them the best t me offriend of mine." he kad sen a ftutny sign men to fill the offices and to advocate Teeth Extracted Walls- 1m WaH- -' " the best measures for their protection Jlggs reflected, "What Is there fanny about that and relief, thereby Inaugurating in reality a government of the people, by be asked. "1 dont; quite catcb t point" tbe people.' "Can't yon see? The man who i "What I have said about financing campaign, of course, ap op that sign used five words when o tbe national plies with equal force to the state would nave oeen enough, Tbe wo campaign, but fortunately the cost of 'dentist coven tbe whole round. E running the state campaign will be err dentist b supposed to poll teet comparatively small. Under our stea isn't her I feel that the --Oh, yes; 1 Cse. Ea. ha, har-- Ne of orgaanization amount necessary will be raised with York MaiL " , out much difficulty in tbe various Tigress. Arm in Ann With counties, as the people seem to appre It is related of Sir Edward Bmdfo ctate the importance and necessity of contributing to this fund and are do- that he one walked arm in arm. Su speak, with a tigress. He was o ing so liberally and cheerfully. "1 think we will all agree that the shooting and. always a fearless sport work to be done In Kentucky is to fan- - 01011. had come to close quarter w u nresa the people with the importance his quarry. He ired. and either tl of this election and the great oppor-- ball fatted to take effect or but ak.r tnaity of perpetuating Democratic ' "ly wounded tbe animal. She spr t principles, and U this end to diseour - at him and srtzed his left ami ah - tS"rv; " ay possible apathy ana the elbow. The pain must hae ' 'I', age in cv 3&Z29 .IT. i terrible, but Sir Edward kept overcoxiCc and. realising that it would be d Meeting. it of BDf,ellr? at him. h "There to uo agency and no body " d" to spring of men in Kentucky beci equipped low her 'iherately walked a few agonJ j and qualified for this splendid service ! , than you gentlemen of the press, and " """.V "f 71. T of discusBing angels- tor tie pur-o- se J" '' covering ti. best ways and means to 5 f!e?,bl3 Hf lie depriving the many of the unusual accompliah these ends we have met and of further deepproved necessary. you will speak ening and broadening their natures today. I trust that your mind freely on this occasion and and increasing their love of country. Fir ExtiiMvislM benefit of your experiIf there is hot love of country in a let us hare the About 1840 a Mr. Thomas PtWr-Lsmdthought." man's heart, something of an oppo- ence and Invented an appararos for i site feeling will creep in and take its ting oat Are. but it was not ssoch of place; indifference to or hate of counsuccess. When put in action the atea RESOLUTIONS , try, which is another word for anarand carbonic acid which wete to c chy. It,Js only by service that we can tluguish tbe flames were not gem Adopted by Editors of the Demoincrease our love for home, for manated in sufficient quantity to do t cratic Press of Kentucky, at a kind or for country. work. A Frenchman named CarU Conference Hsld Sept. 23th, In patented a fairly successful xi. Service Increases Love. Organizing the "DemLouisville, guisber in 1862. since wbi h date t "We know that the person who ocratic Editorial Association of have been used more or k-- s aH o helps and serves his friends, loves Kentucky." r the world to put out taetj Ian them. Also that the man who gives though, of course, they are TOtae ' "Whereas, There has been in loving care and thought for his family the past no organization pf the after the Are has acquired inrch he has his nature enriched and blessed way. New York American editors of Democratic papers in by a strong and deep love for home. Kentucky similar to those existSo, that man who serves his party and ing in neighboring states: and, Tho Gladiators. ccAmtry by actually contributing to Usually gladiators were masrMl ; "Whereas, The opportunity for its support and giving to it. his perpairs. They fought in dMforent such an organisation has been afsonal service will experience a new in chariots. ont borseoac;, forded by tho action of State of party and of country which love in full armor and with the laeo. Ne.-- t Chairman Johnson N. Ca'mden, In In turn will prove the bulwark and" were used by some. who. after throwcalling together the members of stability of our form of government. ing one over the bead of an antagDemocratic press of Kentucky, the "As the incorporated interests were onist, dispatched him with a three and the needs and advantage of censured in the past for contributing pointed lance or trident. such an organization has long been to campaign funds, doea not fair play felt in this state; therefore, be it now demand that the people them"Resolved, That an organizaConvenient. selves fill the breach and contribute Dick Bill writes, that he's living tion of the Democratic press of to this fund? Kentucky be, and is, hereby made, a magnificent cottage. Sam Why. It's Kentucky Should Respond. at this meeting today, under the so small that you can stand on the "If, however, Kentucky is delinquent name of the Democratic Editorial .oof. reach down the chimney and open and does not rise to the occasion and Association of Kentucky; he it the front door. St. Louis Republic. raise the sum expected of her by the I further ! far-seein, .. '1 ' ! I I ' r. v , there-manit- , to; Rvfi? - , , , , , j , j i'j b-- o , 'T 1 rare-opportunit- y !" " ??" aJ!?t oa woys-blindfold- ed, i;. V ,,. . - , J" '4f ' -.- i C!, .A s. if 3 DAIR COUNTS NEWS LANDED A BIG FISH. DODGED THE TRAP. FLED FROM HIS BRIDE. ' LAND OF EASY DIVORCES. V $ i L' -- I - Then He Hooked Bigger Game and The Way Dr. Wayland Was Not Cor-ne- ri Romantio Story of the Marriage of In the Barbary States It Is "Woman, Had an Exciting Time. General Sam Houston. Take Thy Goods and Go." by His Son. Wheat sowing is about over, A singular fisli story is told in the Always over the head of the Arab In "As I Remember Recollections of Dr. James B. Angell tells in his East Indian papers. A. fisherman reminiscences the following enjoyable American Society During the Nine- woman hangs the shadow of divorce. Mark Twain's Wooing of Lovely sorghum making is in full blast. Btarted for the river, accompanied by story of his college days at Brown uni- teenth Century," is a romantic story of Nowhere in the world does the law so Olivia Langdon. a 6hikari, carrying a rifle for use in versity under the presidency of Dr. General Sam Houston, whose "appear- facilitate the separation of man and Misses Irene Murrell and Stella case of an encounter with big game. Wayland: ance was patrician and courtesy that wife as In those lands so fittingly Richard is on the sick list. The fisherman in a short time landed named the Barbary states. The doctor's son, Hcman Lincoln of the inborn gentleman." NOT HELPED BY HIS FRIENDS.' a large fish and then moved up stream Wayland, one of my classmates, inherIf an Arab grows tired of his wife's "I have spoken of General Houston's The box supper at Oak Grove to another pool. On his way he passited from his father a very keen wit appearance. I now wish to refer to his looks or her actions or her dress, if TnUrsdaV & ed a ravine and caught sight of an The passages between father and son fine sense of honor. He was marrlpd he wishes to replace her with another WES largely They Seemed to Agree That He Would enormous tiger. on Jan. 22. 1829. to Miss Eliza Alleu or if he Is weary or married life and were often entertaining to the class. Make About the Worst Husband on attended and highly enjoyed by In a panic the fisherman concealed One day, when we were considering a ' and separated from her directly after does not wish any wife at all he does Record, but Miss Langdon's Father . all present. Some of the boxes himself behind a pile of rocks and was chapter in the father's textbook on the marriage ceremony in, it Is said, not need to go to the trouble or nomi- Took a Different View. expense of divorcing her. but gets flattering himself that he had escaped moral philosophy, Lincoln rose with an' the most painful circumstances. The nal sold for $1.2o. observation when the fish fell from his expression of, great solemnity and re- -' wedding guests had departed and Gen- - rid of her instead by the simple procIn Harper's Magazine Albert Blge-logpect and said: eral Houston and his bride were sitting ess of "repudiation." which consists in hands In full view of the tiger. Paine, the authorized biographer j AIr Solomon McKinley sold "Sir, I would like to propound a alone by the fire when he suddenly dis- saying to her, "Woman, get thee hence; The fish was floundering in the road, of Mark Twain, tells how the great a boundry of timber to Mr, covered that she was weeping. He take thy things and go." and the tiger instantly pounced on it question." man this is a case of "heads humorist flrst met Olivia Langdon. mu.-i.-For the . ., "Well. sir. what is it?" was the re- asked the cause of her tears and was and carried it off. But the hook still n ampoensviue, con- I win, tails you lose." for. though he is who afterward became his wife. Thev "muiey ply. held, and as soon as the tiger felt th told that she never loved him and "Well, sir," said the son, "In the never could, but had married him sole free to marry again, the woman is not met In New York. Young Charles sideration four hundred dollars. resistance of the line he gave his head and can obtain a legal release only by Langdon, who had been on the voyage ' an Impatient shake, which resulted in learned author's work which we are ly to please her father. Mr. Felix McKinley while now peruBlng I observe the following " 'I love Dr. Douglas, she added, 'but returning to him the money which he of the "Innocents," brought them tothe harpooning of his upper lip. paid for her. At this critical moment the enraged remark," and then he quoted. I will try my best to be a dutiful wife logs got a good hor3e gether. j hauling Without her husband's consent a woThe class saw that fun was at hand ' to you.' animal saw the crouching fisherman, "At the old St. Nicholas hotel, which killed. " 'Miss.' said General Houston, even man can obtain a divorce only If she Is who was totally unnerved by his dan- and began to laugh. gerous position, and actually began to waiving the fact that he had Just mar- able to prove that he beats her with- stood on the west side of Broadway Mr. Cliford Canly of Danville, with a merry twinkle In his eye. play the tiger as he would a fish. ried her, 'no white woman shall be my out sufficient provocation, if he re- between Spring and Broome streets, fuses her food, clothing or shelter or there were stopping at this time Jervis i3 visiting Mr. S. I. Blair. "Why," continued the son, "in an- slave. Good night!" The tiger stopped for a moment in Langdon, a wealthy dealer and apparent amazement at such audacity, other work of the same learned author, "It is said that he mounted his horse if she discovers a previous wooing on mine owner of Elmira;coal son Charles his Mrs. Lilly Moore and and In that Instant the shikari came entitled 'On the Limitation of Human and rode to Nashville, where he re- her husband's part for all previous and his daughter, Olivia, whose picon the scene with his rifle and sent a Responsibility, I find the following signed at once his office as governor betrothals or offers of marriage, even of Louisville, who have face Samuel Clemens had first bullet through the brute's brain. St passage. and departed for the Cherokee country. though the lady refused him. constitute tured In seen bay of Smyrna one Sep- been visiting in the He quoted again. Clearly the two j where and elsewhere his suhsenuent grounds for divorce. Metropolitan Louis this neighbortember day. Young Langdon had been Magazine. passages were irreconcilable. The boys . career is well known. Having e especially anxious to bring his dis- hood have returned home. delighted to see that the doctor i cured a divorce from his wife, he marc-wa-s FRENCH TOBACCO TESTERS. tinguished Quaker City friend and his in a trap and broke Into loud ' ried Margaret MofTette in the spring of A ROYAL SNUB. Mrs. Ethol Bryant of Terre own people together, and two days be- laughter. 1S40." Men Who Find Smoking Anything bet fore Christmas Samuel Clemens was Haunte Ind., who has been visit"Well, what of it?" asked the doctor. . The Czar Handed It to Louis Napoleon Invited to dine an Agreeable Task. at the hoteL Ho WQnt and his eyes twinkled still more mer- - ; ON and Got It Back. THE GREAT WHITE WAY. very willingly. The lovely girl of the ing her parents Mr. and Mrs, The French government's official rily. It has been urged by a French au- - miniature which he had flrst seen in tasters of tobacco form a category of "Why," said the son. with the utValentine Bryant has returned ciTll servants of whose activity little most gravity, "it has occurred to mo, How New York's Grill Room Prices Hit thor that Napoleon III. entered into ; her brother'- - stateroom had been often war on tne siae or threat a part or his waking dreams. For the home. toe Crimean the Blue Grass Brother. Is known outside their own departthat I should like to know how the After his brother had been iu New Britain because he had been well re- - first time. HAW. h Tnnlrnrl nm.n it.: ment statelearned author reconciles the two Maupin & Sons have removed celved in the London clubs during j reality. Long afterward he said, York a little more than a year a Tobacco Is a state monopoly In ments." ' decided to pay him a visit his sojourn in mat country. But there . , It Is forty year3 nRO From that their saw mill to the McKinley France, and these experts are employ"Oh." said the father, "that is sim-ed under the ministry of finance to re- pie enough. It only shows that since, Hoping to surprise his brother, the might have beeu another potent factor i day to this sne nag never bcon out of set and will be ready for sawing port on all classes of tobacco that are he wrote the first book the learned au- -' Kentucklan did not apprise his brother Independent of the emperor's pleasant mv mmd of his Intentions. Arriving at 9 o'clock recollection of the English, and that "His was not an unruffled courtship. in a few days. permitted to be sold in France. The thor has learned something." in the morning, he asked to be directed was the slivtit to which he was sub- When at last he reached the point of men are mostly superannuated Inspecto a good eating house. The taxlcab jected by ue czar of Russia. Nicho proposing for the daughter of the tors of tobacco factories. BOUGHT HOUSES ON FIRE. Mr. E. A, McKinley is having pilot steered his course for the largest, las 1. house neither the daughter nor the Their hours of business are from 9 When V.poleon ascended the throne household offered any noticeable cn- to 5. As a rule. It is the lower grades Queer Trade That Enriched Cato and costliest and most fashionable hotel a nice dwelling erected. u v:uiiJt.-i"- i ue uuuucu an me reigmug couragement to his suit. grill room on Broadway. of tobacco that need the most careful Crassus In Ancient Rome. Being a stranger In a strange land sovereigu of the fact, addressing them Old Aunt Eliza Grider, mother "There was only a provisional en attention. They have to report not One of the strangest businesses In and hungry, the Blue Grass brother or- as "Monsieur mon frere." With the gagement at first. Jervis Langdon sugonly on the cigars, cigarettes and pipe ancient Home Is mentioned by Juvenal exception they replied gested, and Samuel Clemens agreed of U. M. Grider, who was 9& the tobaccos put on the market by the In his "Satires." and we hoar of also dered a regular home meal. When he adopting of same czar it formula. Nicholas. ' with him, that it was proper to know years the French Tobacco Regie, but also u all from historiann. It consisted of buy- got the check from the waiter its size however, began his reply. "Mon grand i old a few weeks ago and something of his past as well as of his staggered him. lie wasn't accustomed Imported tobacco. ing houses on fire. ami." This is the style adopted by j present before the official parental whose birthday was ceiebrated to New York hotel prices. Smoking when compulsory is anyThe speculator hurried to the scene' After verifying the correctness of his sovereigns when addressing presidents sanctiou should bo given. When Mr. thing but an agreeable duty, these attended by slaves carrying bags of of republics. Napoleon fully under ' Langdon inquired as to the names of by a fine dinner. One hundred employees say. They are In constant money and others carrying tools, bill at the cashier's desk and being in stood ' the czar's meaning. persons of standing to whom he might and fifty persons being present. danger from ills caused by the exces- judged the chances of salvage and suited by the waiter for tipping him At the New Year's reception of the write for credentials. Clemens pretvy sive use of tobacco, and they combat made a bid to the distracted house 25 cents, the visitor started out to look diplomatic body he went up to Count Mrs. Ellen Blair was visiting these by taking large quantities of owners, who were glad to accept any-- i for his brother, vhoe office he found KIsslew, the Russian ambassador, and j confidently gave him the name of the Rev. Mr. Stebbings and others of San her sister Mrs. Elizabeth Ccoley, black coffee, which is also said to as- thing as a rule. The bargain struck in' about 1 o'clock Francisco,. adding that he might write In response to his inquiry as to hH said to him: sist them to differentiate between the all haste this earliest of fire assurers "I have received a letter from your also to Joe Goodman If he wanted to. Absher, last Saturday night and various kinds of tobacco on which they j set his slaves to work and secured brother's whereabouts a clerk aid: sovereign which flatters me greatly. have to give their opinion. Exchange. , what he could. Sometimes even he put ' "He's over eating at the Blank ho- He writes to me. 'Mon grand ami." but that he had lied for Goodman n Sunday. hundred times and that Goodman tel's new grill room." out the flames and so made a coup. "Go slow, friend. Only a million- One chooses his friends. lie cannot would lie for him If necessary, so his How Seeds Travel. , It was a business for capitalists, but choose his brothers." testimony would he of no value. The I keep on hands a fin! stock They have been discovering some ex- the poorest who speculated in a small aire could overeat at the Blank holetters to the clergy were written, and Collins and tel. I know, because I had breakfast iskeU afcai utbmi S traordinary plants in England, plants j way could hardly lse if he had presOrigin of English Royal Academy. Mr Langdon also wrote one on bl heaves. Prompt, there myself this morning." Louisville servicuintrhi orUny. which puzzled the botanists, to whom ence of mind enough to grasp the The yearly "show" of works by llv own account. Times. Phone 2'J. utfer'iy unknown or chances. they were either lug artists which Is held at the Eng"Clemens was in Jacksonville. III., 1 yr known as growing r .ly In far distant J. F. Tripiettv Thus Cato (he elder and, above all. lish Itoyal academy from the first tit the end of March. 1SG9, and In a letFrom Jail to the Bench. lands. One natura st picked on the : Crnsuis laid the foundations of their' Colturh'a. !"v. Monday in May to the first Monday In ter to his publisher states that he will was imFrancis Pemberton (1G23-07- ) grounds of the Rradiord sewage works wealth. The latrer had a passion for August owes Its existence to a meet be in Elmira two days later : 1G0 species of foreign plants. Among j such gambling. He gradually collected prisoned in the Fleet for debts coning of painters which was held at the that proofs of the book be sent there, these were several "Australian burrs, a force of carpenters, masons and such tracted during a period of youthful ex- Turk's Head. Soho, on Nov. 12. 1T."9. lie arrived according to schedule, anx travagance. While in jail he applied Jimson weed, prickly popples from artificers slaves, of course which The knights of the brush and palette ions to he:-- the reports that would Mexico, others native to Peru, Siberia ' reached 000 men. Not ouly did he buy himself to the study of law and came resolved that "once a year, on a day li make him. as the novels might say, to as a kind and the Azores. All were of a prickly houses on fire, but also, enlarging upon by be regarded prisoners, of legal oracle the second week in April, at a place i the happlot or the most miserable of his fellow who nicknamnature. Investigation proved that the the common practice, he made a bid that should be appointed by a com mil- men.' Jervis I.nuzd on liau :i rather, ed him "counselor." With the fees they tee for carrying Uncertainty of the immediate dust from wool combing establishments for those adjoining which stood in dan gave the design Into execn solemn look when they were alone to him for legal advice he bought tion. to be future is looked upon by many men ger, ins proposals were commonly was being used as fertilizer and the chosen annually, every gether. Clemens asked: washings of wool were run into the welcome, so helpless were the people books to continue his studies. He then painter, sculptor, engraver, chaser " 'You've heard from those gentle of affairs, as a blockade to enterprise and business prosperity, and and so great the peril. By this means prevailed upon his creditors to grant seal cutter and medalist may erhiblt men out there? sewers. The burrs of these foreign might was plant? had come in the wool and had Crassus became the greatest owner of his release from prison that he their several performances." it "Yes, and from another gentleman this blockade is now quite apparent the sooner earn money to pay off his also resolved grown. Other plants had sprung from house property in Rome. throughout the channels of trade. that "the sum of 1 shilwrote concerning you.' debts. Called to the bar in 1G5L after ling be taken dally of each person seed In rags and others been brought "'They don't appear to have been l The Presidential Election; the a brilliant career in the palace court at who may come to visit the said per- very Rudest Man of His Age. in soil on foreign timber. New York enthusiastic from your manner.' efforts of Congress with no fixed John Hunter, the famous British sur- Westminster and subsequently in the formances." Oscar Frichot in National " 'Well, yes; some of them were.' World. purpose; Organized Labor as a new geon, anatomist, physiologist and med- house of. lords, he became a puisne Magazine. " '1 suppose 1 may ask what particufactor in politics; together with ical writer, who died In 1703, was one judge. He was knighted in 1073 and ' Level of Two Seas. lar form their emotion took?' ultimately, on the dismissal of Scroggs, " 'Oh. yes: yes, they agree unani- other matters of greater or less When attention was first called to of the rudest men of his age. He re- was A Difference In Numerals. 1GS1. . made lord chief justice in import, represent at this time a the practicability of a canal from the turned home late one evening from his London Standard. Great Britain clings to its own nu mously that you are a brilliant, able chaotic conflict of separate inter, round of professional calls and found Mediterranean to the lied sea by the raerical system and regards a billion man. a man with a future, and that -first Napoleon a corps of surveyors his wife entertaining a few friends. as a million times a inillon. But Amer you would make about the worst bus ests, to harmonize which is now the Spaniards Cut Words, problem before the country. was sent out to "run the levels." They Grimly he walked into the center of ca differs, a billion in the United States band on record.' The most amusiug instances of lazl-"- I being only a thousand million This is All want Prosperity, Peace and "The applicant for favor had a for reported that the scheme would neces- the room, stopped and looked around. knew nothing of this kick up." he ness in speaking are to be found in perhaps the only Instance in which 3 lorn look. sarily have to be nbandoned because Plenty. Read with care the Cin" 'There's nothing very evasive about cinnati Enquirer, a journal that the level of the Red sea was thirty said, "and 1 ought to have been in- - Spain. The Spaniards have made it a thing is bigger in the old country than formed. As I have returned home for practice to cut down every word to an In the new. One has to go only a little that. he said. feet sis and a half Inches higher than prints all the news each day from the purpose of "There was a period of reflective si- every commercial center throughthat of the Mediterranean. That report present company studying, I hope the irreducible minimum of sound. Take way from England to Calais to find will retire at once." their word for "son," which is as near the billion lessened, for France digni lence. It was probably no more than put a damper on the canal project for A barometer of out the world. They retired. as possible "eceho" (ch guttural, as in ties a thousand million with the name a few seconds, but It seemed longer. several years. In ISil, however, some effects that points out, "loch"). That was originally the Latin of billion. They are wasting a word " 'Haven't you any other friend that causes and "doubting Thomases" prevailed on the "filius." The French made it "fils," In France Iu this connection, however, you suggest?' Langdon said. Scotch Rivalry. as a Beacon Light, the danger and powers to resurvey the route. great Glasgow and Edinburgh are, in thb the Italians "liglio" (feelyol. The inasmuch as there is already a word, England sent Robert Stephenson. Aus"'Apparently noue whose testimony the safeguard therefrom "popular" mind, regarded as rivals Spaniards could not be bothered with milliard, to designate this number. As well known, the Daily Enwould be valuable. tria M. Talbot and France Signor ' They found that the two seas eternally criticising each other Glas- the "f at the beginning or the "i" In Detroit Free Press. "Jervis Langdon held out his hand. quirer is the largest in size and 'You have at least one,' he said. 41 be- highest priced paper in the United. had exactly the same level, and the gow's sneering at Edinburgh's "gen- the middle, so they simply pronounced teel pride" and Edinburgh sneering at the two vowels with a guttural noise. was the result. lieve iu you. I know you better than States, yet cheapest, measured Suez canal filled With Wonder. Glasgow's "commercial taint" and her wblHi comes natural to them, in be- , they do. "I was once a passenger on a train and quantity. smoky, sunless atmosphere. Princes tween "eecho." London Mall. "And so came the crown of happi-uesThe Weight of the World. that was held up by a lone bandit" The Weekly Enquirer, with the . The engagement of Samuel A cubic foot of earth weighs about street is regarded by many traveled "Didn't it make you feel rather people as the finest street in the world, Almost Perfect. Langhorne Clemens and Olivia Lewis cream and digest of all the news. ' cheap to have to hold up your nands five and a half times as much as a cuit was a Glasgow man who called "How are you getting along with and stand there helpless while" he Langdon was. ratified next day, Feb. table and conservative editorials, bic foot of water. A cubic mile of but"only mnrt-f-f It hauf a street," because the your stenography, Bella?" rnnnrfc . n. 2. 1SG9." """"vi-- ivrv,u,i mntTirvQ finl rf- earth then weighs 2o.C04.300.000 tons. buildings are all on one side. went through your pockets?" London "Splendidly. I've beeu at it only six j "No; I wasn't thinking of suits from Government and State My The volume of the earth is 2ri0.SS0.000.-00- Athenaeum. that A Fortune In His Legs. weeks and I can write ir0 words n wife was with me. and was so busy Experiment Stations, veterir.arv cubic miles. The weight of the Durfng the reign of Queen Elizabeth imattcrs pCOpleTS Forum, choice minute with perfect ease." world without its atmosphere is watching her while she was at last Fools the Snakes. "Then you are ready to look for a being compelled to do as a man told an EnglWi RenUeman of wealth .'amed iterature short and continued tons. If we add The Bengal grosbeak builds a nest Job?" . ' of a disUnguished family near . to this the weight of the atmosphere shaped like a her to do that I had no time for anysermons, general . bottle and always seShrewsbury, bet that his leg was the yes, or I will be just as soon as thing else." Chicago Reeord-Heral"Er given above we get a grand total information, etc., with the exclusion lects for its support a long, lithe limb I've learned to read ray notes." Chicahandsomest in the country or kingdom 6,GGG.255.819.G00.O00.0OO.OO0 tons. overhanging a stream of water. The go Tribune. amj staked estatas worth $400,000 on of all matters of scandal and im-tDreadful. entrance is beneath, and, from the sitsubject. He won the wager, and a morality, is today the Cleanest She Used Them. "1 heard the mlssns talking about peculiar shape. It is absouation and picture Is still preserved in the family j Weekly Family Journal obtainable, "Does your mother take an interest lutely impossible for a snake to gain us," said the cook. Paradox. mansion representing the process of Each issue is alone YYOrrh the In your father's business?" asked the admission to the nest. One naturalist "What did she say?" Inquired the 'Ta. whafs a paradox?" the legs of the different con '0f a yeax's subscrtoi, . lady visitor. "It is when the Impossible happens." chambermaid records seeing fourteen attempts on testants- Solicitors for subscriptions make we bad a parados here this "Indeed, she does," replied the boy the part of serpents to get at the nest, "Then "She said we was neither of us any feelingly. a handsome profit and increase the but the hungry snakes always fell off evening. Ma said yon couldn't possi- pood." The Milky Way. ' bly be expected home before midnight, " "Ain't It terrible the way ladles talk "And what is your father's influence of The Enquirer in Into the water. "Grandpa," said the small boy from because you had an excuse for stayin' nbout one another nowadays!" Wash- the city, pointing to a wayside plant the uplift of morality and industry,- ington Star. s downtown." Pittsburgh Post "He's In the shingle business." What Impressed Him. ; and. for the betterment "what is that?" and welfare" Statesman. "What impressed you most in our ' of the community. For terms writei "That's milkweed." was the reply. Hatred. Taxing His Resources. great city?" asked the native. "Oh. I know." .exclaimed the littlo to The Enquirer, CincinnaS, OfcnS.' If you hate your enemies you will Old Jones- - Can you give my daugh- fellow. "That's what you feed to the So He Did. "Well." replied the man from the "Indians, you know." said the widely small town. "I've been h re for a week contract such a vicious habit of mind ter the luxuries to whlcb she has been ' Answer to Many Letters. ; Cholly (engaged) Not News" read man. "are very stoical. They're and I noticed that nobody wears Sun- as by degrees will break out upon accustomed? never known to laugh." day clothes on Sunday." Cincinnati those who are your friends or those much longer. That's why I want to Whefl y0U cold yotr wand "Tine Teachers. who are indifferent to you. get married. Chicago News. "Oh. I don't know," replied the flip- Enquirer. ' the best medicine obtainable so as to pant person. "The poet Longfellow Fond Mother-Wil- lie, where did yoa Catholic Standard learn to swear like that? Young cure i& with as little delay as possible Encouragement. Where the Shoe Pinched. made MInne-ha-ha.- " Hard Work. Visiting Chaplain Ah. my brother, Enthusiastic Golfer Mob, that's th and Timeg. "Plodder Is looking pale. He's just Hopeful Pa's ahavlng, uncle's golf. Here is a druggist's opinion: 'Thave grandpa's auto and your parrot Life, sold Unamberlaln'S: Cough Remedy this world Is full of trials. Prisoner best game o gowf I've ever played. killing himself with hard work." for lif teen years, " stys-Eno- s Think I dunno Sarcastic and Overburdened Caddy "What's be engaged at?" Loiter, of The two powers which in my opinion Oh, dry up, gur-no"Inventing a labor saving xnacbkm." Caarm strikes the sight, but merit Saratoga, Ind., "and consider ifr theconstitute a wise man are those nf that? It ain't the trials I minds; It's DInna let that discourage ye, WorK -- Puck. the verdicts. London Sketch. of Golf. win the souL Pope. bearing and forbearing. Epictetus. best on the market." IPor sale tsf ! I . w WINNING A BRIDE. Craycraft. I I son-in-la- w, Globe-Democra- t. pro-wer- ! Ken-tuckia- n i I ! I J 15-- nnd-ask- r cause ano I -- mm - 1 - J , ' , J Ne-grell- L by-qualit- y s. ! 1 ...--"- "" -- 0 ! ! 1 stor-Corb- et, ! non-sectan- an d. he price.-measurin- g . I trasi-ness?- Zd Yon-ker- 1 . theg'm"Mcag I havbod rl - ll VMMMOM Drug Co. M k ffl. 4V LJ t3lil Wjt'H . - " k . s; Jf -- 2V X", " s-.' V A b fc- - j IDIIR PnilMTY MFWS of THE ADAIR COUNTY NEtf S . fHF Published tvcry Wednesday BY THE fti r. k jt chines made a trip to Colorado of near Columbia, have moved and returned, and had but one this place. Mr. E. C. Walton has pur Another party community is enjoying the tire punctured. Born, to the wife of . slight lead in five and Tait in chased an interest in the Kich-on- Latest Quotations on Live Stock Our ' best blessing that it could en- left for the Eastern and New Curry a son, also to the wife o" Wilson's total vote in the mond Climax, and has become England States and have reach- June Bryant a son. joy that of good health. twenty-nin- e is about as much as ' the editor of that good paper. CATTLE Farmers are about through ed Vermont. Mrs. Fannie Bennett ana that of Taf t and Roosevelt com- Mr. Walton's long experience in With the advent of automobiles Irine Smith, o ; $7.00(&8.o0 sowing wheat, bined. The Cincinnati Enquirer, the newspaper business makes Shipping isteer" steers 5.506.50 Potato digging has been a live- a noticeable improvement m I this place were visiting relatives which frequently does not sup- him one of the best of the fra- Beefheifers and cows Fat 4256.00 county roads. And many farm- at Maple Hill last week.. port Democratic nominees, says ternity in the State. Besides, he Cutters 3.0o4.00 ly trade for the past few days, 1.003.00 with an abundant turnout. ers ride into town with their Mr. B. H. Burton and Mis that Wilson will carry the Div- - is enterprising, and is a valuable Canners Bulls 3.255.00 famlies, or loaded with farm pro Emma McGaha eloped otai states of New York, Ohio acquisition to Richmond. Feeders 4.255.75 to Tenn Mr. E. W. Wade purchased a o.755.5Qi ducts and return in 2 or 3 hours. essee one night last week am" Stockers or and Indiana, and have three span of mules from Mr. S. B. 35.0015.00 Gov. Woodrow Wilson did the Choice milch cows I have read some articles re- were married. four hundred votes in the electoRexroat, price unknown. Common to fair cows . . . 1.1. : u u -LI""K Wliu" lie " fcAn nnlv Sfifi is nrf..- - , lative to building pikes from Mrs. Sarah Burton is visiting ..w - .J ..Ml There is a lot of lumber being HOGS JUhA "its appumuueiii " essary to a choice. All the news " Gosages Columbia to Jamestown and her son, Mr. J. E. Burton, a' ,. 8.75 hauled from here to ,1 r.t. me f.emnted assassination of former Choice 210 up Creelshoro, all of which I hearti- Watson this is ffooa ana ot a nature to nu 7.65 Station, for Rakestraw & Hopper wek. Roosevelt, Mediums, 165 to 210. President, Theodore ly endorse. But the only way Pigs 6.50 Demecratic heart with hope. Lumber Company. Mrs. Sarah Shepherd who. ha' complimented by Roughs 7.00 to have these pikes is for a of success may His action was The assurance been sick for a few days- is Mr. Andrew Foley was here people. SHEEP AND LAMBS reasonable number of men to make many voters relax their all parties and all better. one day this week. form a company, secure a chartBeat lambs 5.00 6.00 efforts and this is the only fear Zion. Elmer Redmon who has been Mr. W. W. Owens, Mr. Frank ed, right of way, and go to work Culls 3.005.00 that it creates. A spirit of Fatsh.'ep Foley and wife made a business with a traction engine hooked to sick for some time is not improvMrs. Mollie Troutman and son, might result in defeat. GRAIN, comtrip to Columbia one day this a roadplow, followed by a grad ing very much. The opposition is active and Henry were visiting in this munity last Sunday. 105 week. Wheat er, and rocker usher, under the Mr. B. Bryant and wife, o" alert. It has all the money 80 Corn. Kansas, are visiting the family of this place The young Mr. U. S. Hughes, of James direction of a superintendent. it needs and has only to attended the people at Mr. C. W. fl.r r. ,..!. social d town, was here one day this t I understand there is a statufc Ul? 1LI. XJCil AJULLUU. Local Market, signify its desire to have Youngs last Saturday evening. week, collecting tax. Mrs. S. J. Dooley daughter-in- . added many millions more under which the county may A large crowd was present and We are having a fine school take stock in and'build five miles law of Mr. W. R. Dooley, of to the large sums already suball reported a fine time. this fall at South Jerico, Mr. Lo- of pike from county seat when- Campbellsville, received a messcribed. Our candidate will not Egge gan Robertson doing the teach- ever citizens will build remaind- sage last Wednesday morning accept tainted money. It is up Mr. R. O. Cabbell attended Hens meeting at Cane ing. to the people to finance his cam the er to the county line. If I am stating that W. R. Dooley was 12 Chickens Valley. Died Oct loth, 1912. Mr. Granville Foley and sons, correct and the county will give dead. paign, rie neeas Dotn tneir 3 Cocks . . . May, a little, daughter of Mr. money and their support. A Ira and Dalton, are with us this such aid I am willing to become He was a soldier in the civil war. 6 Turkeys glorious opportunity has opened and- Mrs. Quintilion Montgomery one of 25 men to build a pike to week. Mr. S. C. Neat passed through 4 Geese very sick, but is im I hope our village last Friday. for the Democrats to come to has been Miss Lillie P. Irvine was with the river at Creelsboro. 7 Ducks. ..' the other 24 will speak out and their own. will they accept it proving. .us two davs of this week. Ella. 21 Wool spring clipping. of let it go by default? We beMiss Mable Murrell was the Mr. G. W. Shepherd conducted and send in means. Health of this community is 12 Hides (green) lieve that every patriotic man is guest of Miss Lena Murrell FriWhile I reside here as an ofa nice singing at Jerico, last 45 not very good at present. Feathers anxious and willing to db all in day night. ficial I claim my legal residence keep of team. 5 50 Ginseng The little child of ' Mr. J. B xC. his power to accomplish a result Mrs. Taylor Young and daughI came to Springfield 7 and citizenship at Columbia, and When Piles is very sick at this writing. 25 Beeswax that means so much to the ter Mrs. Bob Smith were guests years ago there were only 4 or 5 I feel an interestin the progress 3 25 .' The wheat crops are looking American people and will not on-- ! of Mrs. Quintilion Montgomery Yellow Root automobiles here, and now there and welfare of her people. fine in this section. ; N.,Br Miller May Apple (per-lbly contribute as much as possi- last week. is over 200 in use, and of the ble to pay the legitimate exMiss Bettie Bryant was the latest and most improver type,, ..MrsG. J3. Powell continues in Vester. campaign, but use penses of the pleasant guest .of Lizzie Abrell ,j and the number fast increasing. the same condition. fortunes In Paees. every individual endeavor to last Saturday njgh't and Sundays These machines go all over the Magic lantern show at We are ,sorry to note that Zion fPViAin'o off liYi mnrOi lt flint spread the glorious Democratic Miss Bertha Martin, of Absher, last Saturday night. school was closed two days on saying 'her face is her fortune," but ' country road. It is true we have proclaimed at Baltimore. gospel account of Miss Epperson beingi its never said where pimples, skin better roads than in Adair county Born, to the wife of T. was visiting the. family of Mr. eruptions, blonches, or other blemishF. J. Hardwricklast week. ill. because they are thrown upland Holmes Oct. 14th, a son. es disfigure it. Impure blood is back Wilson is the embod-f- ? $' Governor Miss Minnie Gilesthe- - daughtMss. Lucy Ann Earns is quite Mrs. F. G. Willis continues to of them all, and shows the need of graded, but as a rule not gravel"iment of progressive principles. improve. Dr. Kings New Life Pills. They pro- ed. er of Mr. Deory Giles is very sick at this writing. mote health andleauty. Try them. stands for a downward reHe Mr. V. B. Smith and family, sick A party from here with 3 ma- Mr. Owen Young- arrived from 25 cents al PaullDrug Co. vision of the tariff in the interest twenty three of them are for Wilson, while Roosevelt nas Lomstreet. ! of government; for the rights of Messrs. Edd, Frank and James labor and the protection of the Cabbell, all of Missouri, arrived EDITOR. man who earnsjhis living by the Monday to be at the bedside of CHAS- - S. HARRIS sweat of his brow; for a revival their sick mother, Mrs. E. A. Democratic newspaper devoted to the of the City of Columbia and the people of the merchant marine; encour- Cabbell. Adair and adjacent counties. agement of agricultural and vo Mr. Chas. Murrell returned to cational education and for the Purdy. Tuesday. as Entered at the Colombia class mall matter. election of United JStates SenAt the hour of seven o'clock ators by the people. Governor 1912 last Monday morning after. an WED. OCT., 23. Wilson has faithfully performed illiness of a few days Mrs. E. A. every promise while Governor of face death Democratic Ticket. Ney?; Jersey,,, He .has "cleaned Cabbelfwas called toand happier and enter a better house" .in that State and will do world. She lived ' to be one of so at Washington. He is uncomFor President the oldest in this community, promisingly opposed to machine WOODROW WILSON being 79 years and some months of New Jersey. politics or to the rule of the old, was born and reared near bosses and stands for big bus the place where peace came to ' Vice President iness but for monopoly never. her suffering body. She gave THOMAS R. MARSHALL This is the manner of man the her heart to Jesus early in life of Indiana. party has offered for the people's and always went to Hini in all support and the offer is not in the trials of this earthly life. For Congress vain. The Democratic party is HARVEY HELM She was a devoted wife, loving united for him and patriotic men of Lincoln County. mother and always ready to help !of all parties are rallying to his neighbors and friends in time of support. Nothing but a feeling WILWNA BIG FAY0R1TE. need. There are eight children, ctf overconfidence and the neglect a number of grand children, relato vote can defeat him. tives and friends to mourn the The New York Herald has for a score of years prosecuted a The attempted assassination of loss of this dear one. We can straw vote before each Pres- former President Roosevelt, was only say to the bereaved ones to idential election, the result of announced in our issue of last follow the steps of Jesus and which has usually proven its we(ek. All parties and all peoples live a christian life and be precorrectness. The paper is sup- denounce the crime, and we are pared to meet her in the happy porting Taf t, but does not color glad to state that Col. Roosevelt home of eternal peace and joy. its news to suit its ideas ine is improving, and there is scarce Miss Allye Garnett spent Satcanvass is on a larger scale this ly a doubt but he will fully re- urday and Sunday with her paryear than ever before, that pa- cover, and that speedily. The ents. per having united with a number man who fired the shot, John Mr, Schuyler Murrell of Gad- ofther dailies, including the Schrank ives in New york and Uberry visited Mr. Walter Mur Cincinnati Enquirer, in taking a he j evidenty a crank: n , rell Sunday night. straw vote. Twenty-nin- e states should certain,y fae paced behind ueeu pretty uioiougmy, i,av barswhere he COUld not canvassed and it is shown that! Lr LOUISVILLE MARKET ... .. ( Adair County News Company. Incorporated.) prices; for legislation Missouri Monday to be present w that will control the ' trusts and at the funeral of his grand prevent monopoly; for an income mother, Mrs. E. A Cabbell. tax so that wealth may bear its Mr. T. L. Upton of this place proportionate part of the burdens left for La., last Friday. ATTENTION fS FARMERS and TIMBERMEN Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, ln-re- st Post-offi- ce sec-e- d Kentucky. Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long Price per M Pieces On Heart Depth x x 1 1 Length 30 m. - A&B ' C li in. in. in. in. in. in. li 1 in. in. in. in. in. x x If , 2J 2 2 in. x x 2J 2 2J 26 in. 30 in. 26 in. 30 in. 26 in. $14.00 12.00 18.00 $8.00 6.00 10.00 .- - ' . D $6.00 5.00 7.00 6.00 ' 16.00 35.00 28.00 9.00 18.00 k 15.00 All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber is All spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Hichory. Spokes that are brash, also containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. be classed as wanted. All Spokes smaller than 1 gx 1 J x 30 in. long will 26 in. or culled, depending on size. 1 All Spokes too small for x1 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culled. Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long On Heart 2 in. 2h in. x Depth 3 in. in. Length 30 in. 30 in. all A&B $30.00 45.00 C $12.00 20.00 3i The A and B grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of one third or leSS Sap timber m sizes 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from other defects, tough and heavy. one-thir- The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than d Sap timber, but both grades must be split from Second Growth White Oak, showing a good growth. Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, aiso piece? containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. ! Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, j THE ADAIR SPOKE E. G. Wethington, Mgr. CO. -- ..-.--.. yeiu.maLi.att; jua a,. Columbia, Ky U1USU 101" DiOOU. e. Si grand-daughte- r, ; J i W.V-t.V- ., i""1 A W :ij . 15.00-35.- 00 fcV fe m A M 1 . i - - - over-confiden- ce 3.00-4.- 00 - ! ! To-da- y. " - J ) Bear-wallo- w - I if .'i. ;&5J 1 ' the Adair county news " -- iikj ROYAL BakinoPowder Adfe HeaUhfiilOualltlestoftefioa V E 31 poles to the beginning containing 15 acres" Fov the purchase prjce, the purchaser, with approved surety or securities, must execute Bond, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms. W. A. Coffey Master Commissioner. 68 Joseph .Coffey and children, are visiting: near DunviHe, at this writing. .. Mrs.- COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT KENTUCKY, Stratron & Tersteegs, Plaintiff, ) vs h ( I . ) Defendant. L. V. Hall-&cBy virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, renderUniversity of Pro Prescott, of the ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1912, in Michigan, testified before the the above cause, for the sums of 8671.-3$10.36, and $150.19 with the interthe Food Committee of Congress, 1 est at the rate of 6 per cent.perannum as 'acid of grapes held highest from the 4th day of Nov. 1912, untl paid, and $40.50 costs herein, I sha article of food and he regarded the reproceed to offer for sale at the Court-Hous- e One extra irifttctaftv; One yearling heifer; One Program. dbor in Columbia, Ky., to the of sults from baking with cream last spring calf; TSvo hogs; 50 chickens and 20 highest bidder, at Public Auction, on favorable to health. Program of Fifth Sunday turkeys. baking powder as Monday the 4th day of Nov. 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being Ministers meeting to be held 120 bushel fine red oats; 40 or 45 bushels of corn; County Court, upon a credit of six Royal is the only Baking Powder made months the following described prop- wifh Fair View Church Nov. II stacks of hay; 1 straw stack; 15 bushels Irish potafrom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar, t: A certain lot ot land 30 and Dec, 1st 1912.' erty toes; 7 bushels Sweet potatoes. situated in Adair county Kentucky on SATURDAY MORNING NOV. 30. Farming tools; One 3 wagon good as new; the East side of the Columbia and Song service by choir conductGrady ville road and is bounded as folTwo cultivators; One two row corn planter; One turnHorse Shoe Bottom, were here in at- lows viz: Beginning at a stone in the ed by W. C. Shepherd. ing plow; household and kitchen furniture. tendance upon Presbytery. They Glasgow road, corner toTlwmasG. Devotional exercises by Pastor. were the guest of Mr. and Mrs J. D. Coffeyslot thence with saidCoffeys W. O. Burton will fhrnish lunch on the ground. line N. 28 E 32 polls to a stone, thence District mission work by M.L. Wilson was in Louisville Todd. Mr. W. II. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale to be N 7."), W 13 poles and 21 links to a several days of last week. Mr. W. S. Knight came down from S 28 W 23 poles to the Shepherd, W. A. Breeding and gin stone thence 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Smythe visited Jamestown last week, and from here middle of the Glasgow road; tiieuce W. T. Mitchell. his daughter, Miss Alva, who is in the with the middle of said road S 75 E 13 in Louisville last week. Lindsey-WilsoOught the minister to be comaccompanied him to polls and 2i links to the beginning Mr. A. W. Rowe was the representLouisville. and containing 2 acres more or less. pensated uy D. C. Hopper. ative from Breeding Lodge. Mr. R. F. Bryant, a native of Adair Of the above mentioned cost S2G.20 is S. H. Knifley, Auctioneer. Inter mission Mr. W. R. Todd, is in Louisville.at-tendin- g county, who W. R. Knifley, Clerk. has been living in Brown to Stratton and Tersteege and $11 30 the medical college. county, Kansas for twenty years, is to S. V. Wilkerson. For the purchase AFTERNOON SESSION. Mrs. Woodruff Flowers was quite visiting his relatives and friends in price, the purchaser, with approved ' Music by the Choir, his old home county, accompanied by surety or securities, must execute sick several days of last week. Bond, bearing legal interest from date daughter. Temperance, by'Rev. M. T. Mrs. Mary J. Blakeman, this city, is, his wife and of sale until paid, and having the on a visit to Clebume,iTexas. Grimes and E. G. Wilson. force and effect of a Judgment.Bidders Grady Mrs. S. H. Murrell, who has been Mr. Zed Akin represented will be prepared to comply promptly of the church and confined to her room for beveral weeks ville Lodge inlthe Grand Lodge. W. A. Coffey. with these terms. pastor by Rev. W. F. J. Wilson. with fever, at her home near Craj-Master Commissioner, A. C. C. Mr. D. L. Turk, of Barren county o.rnfr, is rminrtpd lnwlv imnrnvmir Sunday Morning Dec. 1st 1912 attended Presb tery here last week. Her condition has been dangerous and Devotional exercises by M. T. Miss Ethel Bridgwater of Lebanon. jier two sons, located in Illinois arrived W. is visiting the family of Mr. Champ some days ago to be with mother and Grimes. the old heme. Butler. Attorney-At-UaGood Cars of the Hair - - Makes ai! Women Fair Music by choir. Miss Margaret Todd left last week! naii natarat. snappy, well ept hair 3 Will practice in all the ,i for Texas where she will engage in u, , .. clean, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. lion. iht. Vi. , ; What has Baptist principles a clear complexion, nuffv nmr. ffnnvirf. r,n soman's Krcatestboaul". The hair f.rt atiracts atto-.Nic- e, .1 Cotxrt regular features era handom jrown. Reautiul hair, which command adnfcw teaching. ation everywhere, u almost ai.vay3 aociated with the use ot tb.it been worth to the world, by Mr. J. B. Russell, tins place, represColumbia, Ky. Revs. J. S. Wade and C. F. ented Egypt Lodge in the Grand ADAIR CIRCUIT COURT OF KY. Lodge, last week. Breeding. J. L. Pelley & S R. Conover Plff ) Qweasby. e vs Mrs. Attossa Willis left last Satur Alberta Whitworlh, Sec Deft. Value of Sunday school to CD if day for Midway where she has accept-a- d By virtue of a Judgment and order Rev-B-.Vails and a position. As we have been engaged in jchurc b? of sale of Adair Circuit Court, l end- Aaron Wilson. Miss Amanda Butler is spending a ered at the September term, thereof, an agricultural pursuit and de Ths worst cucray of pood hair 13 dandruff cauiea by an invisible microbic crowth or sra. the dandruC: and thua prevents further loaa o t. few weeks with her cousin, Mrs. L. C. ( 1912, in the above cause, I shall NOON. hair. It imparts life, luster and luxuriance which constitute hair boaaty. There is a subtle and de veloping the physical man in the lishtful odor aoout Merpicidc thatnever offend but appeals to everyone, herpicidc contains no Louisville. Jeeedto offer for sale at the courL- Treasoanddocanotstainordjp. The itchinjr which indicates dandruff, usually Gtopa almost at Afternoon Session. house door in Columbia, Ky., to the glaring rays of old Sol, we will once.Theroianonpedforanyonetobodeceivedbyotljerpreparationathat have adopt-- d oar adMr. W. II. Lyon. Campbellsvi le, vertising claims. You can avoid possible disappointment by insisting upon bavinc Ecaulno frtcrpi-DJhighest bidder, at public auction, on now call on the mental man for Music by the choir. Ions known 33 the Original Dandruff Germ Destroyer. was here last, Friday afternoon, accomA money bade guarantee on one dollar size bottles. Monday, the 4th day of November, by Mrs. Lyon. panied Spiritual betterment of the 1912, at one o'clock p. m., or there- action. Special Agent. PAULL DRUG CO. Madelene about, being county court, upon a Misses Fennie Wade and l&v. Geo. Stevenson and wife, church by Rev. J. R. Grider and VKK44SJUiKJMu(t mjiitv mam m,0cwrwwarrm4imijrT' mt shopBridgwater; Cane Valley, were S credit of six months the following de Columbia, were calling on J, M, Williams. of ping hi Columbia last Friday. scribed property, to wit: Two certain Music. of Hatcher, Ky., a tracts of land situated in Adair coun- friends in this community last Miss Lilla Sallee, ery intelligent young lady, was in ty, Ivy., on the waters of Slate Creek. week. Adjournment dobbefs and Dealers in Tiie iirst tract contains 4(3 acres more Adair last week, visiting relatives. or less, and is bounded as follows; On Mr. Joe Leonard, a travel Mr. Jl H. Durham was the represCommittee. the South by the lands of C. S. Col- - salesman, was here one day last W. T. Mitchell, J Columbia Lodge, No. j lins and P. Y. Dohonoyj entative from Inside and outside construction nrc.s.iu.i, oh the West &G, iti the Grand Lodge, last week. Dohoney, on the week and sold Mr. M. L. Owens, by the lands of P. tools, telephone and farm lightning equipMisses Virginia Raker, Mabel Hus- - East by the lands of S. 13. Conover and our enterpri?ing merchant, a ment. Knifley. e on the North by the lands of .1. 11. sell and Martha Ileisland. of Louisville, Ky. spent Sunday in Columbia. Pelley. The second, tract contains ."IS large bill of goods. The health of this community acres. 1 rood and :5S square poles, and 236 W, Jefferson, St. Miss Ion Barger is spending Messrs. II. F., B. E. and J. C. Cab- is very good at the present time. ' county '" u"" ""'"' u'"vu U1 "" bell, nd R. O. Young, Carroll . i this week with har sister, Mrs : , Mo., visited relatives in Adair last n. conover now resiues. xno aoove Mr. H. R. Spurling, of Manns-villdescribed tracts will be sold separate- Robert Royse, at Garlin. visited the latters sister. Mr3. . Sunday with Mrs. Wilbur Beard. week. ly or sufficiently thereof to produce wa3 visiting his daughter, Messrs. M. L. Owens and D. Henretta Hancock, last Sunday. ; Mr. Rufus Feese left for Illi- Mr. J. 11. Rarbeewas in Louisville the sums of money so ordered to be Mrs. L. R. Chelf, several days last week. lie expects to land his made. For the purchase price, the G. Grider, attended the associaMr. Dee Knifley"taken the blue nois one (lay last week., automobilts in Columbia next Satur- purchaser, with approved surety or of last week. tion at Stony Point, in Clinton ribbon at the colt show at .Mr Sam Smith ancf. family day. securities, must execute bond, bearing Born, to the wife of Dr. J. C. Clementsville for the best mule' visited Mr. and Mrs. . V. Hum-col- t. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 31. Reed and Mr. legal interest fiom the day of sale un- county. Gose the 24th of Sept. a girl. and til paid,- and . having the force .... ' Edgar Reed were at the bedside of . . Mrs. J. H. Barger and Miss phress la3t Saturday night and or a juugment. muaers win ne Mrs. E. W Reed, in Louisville, lastieneci Mrs. C. G. Jeffries and Mrs. prepared to compiy promptly witn Idell Sims, visited at Mrs. Marweek. Mrs. Ethel Russell and child- - Sunday, Lizzie McDermott spent one day these terms. tha E. Barger's one day last Messrs. J. S. and Marior Mr. O. P. Miller, son of Dr. S. P ren yisited Mrs. Willis Knifley W. A. Coffey. Master Com. last week with Mrs. Will PendMiller, left for Knoxville last week, in week. and Mrs, Dee Knifley a few days Tucker returned from Illinois which city he will enter a Medical leton. Mr. Will Balenger and Miss one day last week. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. of last week. School. Pure that rank an 3, bidder, appointment at Bethlehem the 2nd. Sunday. Brother Tarter is on the Philip Knifley old place, 1 mile a fine speaker and we are glad north of old Neats ville, on Green River, to have him with us. Mr. Oliver Kimblar is drilling the following property: a well for Mr. Cris Hemes, with Eight head of horses: One mare 9 year old in his steam drilling outfit. foal by jack; One mare 12 year old in foal by horse; Mr. Sam Aaron and wife, are One horse 9 year old; Two fillies 2 year old; One horse visiting in Tennt, at this time. I year old; and two last spring colts. ' Mrs, Alice Oaks, Mrs. M. Bradley, Mrs. Veleria Grider, Miss Callie Gains and Miss Idell Sims, were guests of Mrs. Nelly Gains, one day last week. Rev. Tarter, filled his regular Public SALE! I will sell On Tuesday, Oct. 29, 1912, at Public Auction to the Highest tartar fat to-wi- Personal at n, T. L. Kniflev. jW Co-operat- I Tanner Ottley wi I .i.i-n- . F' IJbI:3, Well Known Scalp Prophylactic ill rpic !. pro-Hur- m uiM-'nu- erman C Tafel Electrical Supplies .,. ! Camp-bellsvill- i I e, , lj. J l & Eld. Z. T, Williams, Dr. U. L. Taylor and Prof. Mcbouglc, attended the ADAIR CIRC TIT Christian Convention in Louisville Z. T. Pelley Plaintiff last week. Stella Beard & c Defendant, f J. W. Otleyis visiting his son, W. By virfare of a Judgment and order T. Otley, of this place. Mr. Otley is sale of Circuit Court, rendered at the thinking of spending tne winter in Sept. Term, thereof, 1912, in the Columbia. above cause, I shall proceed to offer -- Mr. M. Craveus, wiio went to for t,ale at the court house door in last week, reports that he Columbia to the highest bidder, at his mother doing fairly welf for public auction, on Monday .the 4th day found one of her years. of Kb v. 1012, at one o'clock p. m. or Mr. W. A. Garuett represented thereabout ( being county court,) upon Glensfork Lodge, F. & A. M., in the a credit of six months the following A certain Grand Lodge which was jn session at debcribed property, t: tract of land situated in Adair county Louisville last week. Kentucky on. the waters of Green Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Garnett spent river and bounded as follows, begin-In- g seve al days of last week in Louisville, at a beech stump (now a stone) S former representing Columbia, 21 E22 poles to a sycamore corner to the Chapter, No. 7, fi. A. Masons. school house lot, thence with a line of said lot, S 19 E 4 poles to two sweet Dr. C. M. Russell- - was called to gums, thence S 52J EI6 poles to a black Louisville last week, to see Mrs E. gum corner to cofored churclirlot, W. Reed, who has been quite sick in. thence S 10fc W 13 poles to a stone St Anthony Ilospital, for the past five corner to said church lot, N 744 W 8 weeks. poles to a stone thence K 19i E 50 poles to a stone by the road, thence S Mr. W. A. Stokes and wife, of COURT-KENTUCKMid-dlesboro to-wi- The social given by Mr. MelGuffey, were married Sunday by ton Monroe last Thursday night Esq. B. B. Sims. was largely attended and all reMr. Robert Royse and a Mr. ported a nice time. Waggener, of Columbia, were Mrs. E. V. Humphress visited through this part last week buying mules. They bought one her father, Mr. Delaney Robertpair of Lewis Sullivan for $300. son, one night last week. Miss Mary Garnett, our school Mr. J. H. Barger and wife, visited at Esq. B. B. Sims, last teacher visited Miss Zelma Goode last Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday. Ths social given by Mr. D. J. Married, fast week, Mr. Eliza Burton to Miss Nanie Branom, Bowen last Saturday night was largely attended and all reported of Clinton, Co. a nice time. Mrs. M. Bradley, of Columbia, Mr. and Mrs. A. C Wheeler is visiting here this week. visited their daughter' Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Collins, W. Absher. one day last week. ied Ralph Corbin is on the sick Wilson, to Columbia, where she writing. will live with her iunt, Mrs.Geo. list at this Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henson Stevenson. " their little niece.Ruth Milts and Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Weather daughter, May, of Missouri, ar& ford visited relatives at Absher visiting J. W. a.id J. R. Jones,. Mrs. Mills brothers of this place-D- r. last Sunday, Gabbert of this place and Aunt Bettie Knifley and Miss Josie Sinclair visited at Mr. . Dr. Russell of Columbia, perH. Knifley's one day last week. formed an operation on Cha3. Born, to the wife of Tom Han- Harden of'this place last Saturday, cock Sept. the 24th a girl. , J. H. Abell wife' and' Born, to the wife of W. P of Casey Creek, were Hadley Oct. the 5th a girl. visiting Mrs Nannie Mills last Mr. Robert Wheeler who has Sunday. been visiting his parents at this One night last week Jame& place lor the past two weeks returned to his Jiome in Illinois Dawson of color, fell in a ditch and broke three or four of his one day last week. ribs and is in a very bad Mrs. W. F. Feese spent last Mrs. son,-Stanley- Mr. S. W. Absher, of Cane Valley, visited hi3 sister, Mrs. Virgil Knifley last Sunday. Peilyton. V THE ADAIK COUNTY NEWS i The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has its attractions no less than a more serene and quieter life. Bat it is this very life of rest without it sufficient exercise that brings with inthose disorders that arise from activity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Most elderly people are troubled in this "way, with accompanying symptoms of belching drowsiness after eating:, headaches and general lassitude. there is difficulty of digesting Tcn light food. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be iven that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent purgatives. "What they need, women as well as men, 5s x mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to take and yet acts without Criplne. The remedy that Alls all these requirements, and has in addition tomlc Pre-nnent- Sano. "youth in ly properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels, is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of elderly people use, to the exclusion of all other remedies. Trustworthy people like A. B. Tigrett, Oaklawn Farm, Newborn. Tenn., and. Mrs. Lizzie S. Brooks, Paris. Ky., say they take it at regular Intervals- and in that way not only maintain general good health, but that they have not in years felt as good as they do now. You will do well to always have a bottle of it in the house. It is good for all the family. Anyone wishing to make a trial of tliia remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or on dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St.. Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. Farmers of this section are about through sowing wheat, Mr. Estel Benard left for Illinois, last Monday, to locate. Mr. T. W. Wheat is on the sick list at this writing. Mr. W. H. Wheat, who has been quite ill for che past few days, is slowly improving. Messrs. Prank and John Shepherd left for Illinois Tuesday. We regret very much to give them up, but wish them success wherever they may go. Mr. Arthur Brockman ed the State Fair. attend- ffSftgae3tgy3Coeg I WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very woaK. x nan speus wnea xcouia hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Sly doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by AL HENRYJWATTERSON, Editor DR. KING'S New Discovery .airs. AND 50c $1.00 j. r. jox, ouuei, jji. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 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 yon can get the WEEKLY GOURIEH-JOURN- AL V C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS . The Daily Mr. John Neat and family Mr. Tom Wheat's visited at Sunday. Louisville And The Times News Adair Ts the County best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the The campaign is on and if you want to .keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in )rour subscription. You will need a Daily paper During the The box supper at Mt. Olive Special Attnetin to Eyes given by Mr. Marcus Hale, was 1 Fistulo, Spavin or any surgical work done at fairprices. 1 am largely attended, and quite a well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock success Miss Eula Shepherd 1 removed from stables. was awarded the premium for i you will give or send your order to this LOCATION NEAR ED HUGHES' RESIDENCE. 3 the prettiest girl. Hurrah for 0NBURKSY1LLE STREET. paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Miss Eula, she deserves it. Mr. Gy Robertson has just completed the most handsome Yr Daily Gourier-Jooro- al, H. Stone, house in the community. f Attoney-At-LaMr. n Vertes Grant, tj Will pradice in young man, was returnYr Sunday Courier-Journ- al, this and adjoining counties. ing from Russell last Tuesday o -Kentucky Jamstown, . his home near Sano, when he We can give you a combination cut fell from his vehicle and vi 8 rate on Dailv or nniav f you will write slightly injured. this paper. Miss Hattie Williams, who is 9 teaching at White's School, visi&&itm&m&&&?vs'$? ited her parents from Friday '0 Sunday. The Spelling at White's school County News andWeeKly Cour ie last Wednesday night, given by Mr. Welby Swanson, was largely ier one Year Each $1.50. attended and enjoyed by all. T. W. Wheat sold two head of beef cattle to Mr. Bob Young for 42. cents per pound. Poll-evi- l, For. $1.50 S6.00 Joseph well-know- w $2.00 ' va!X)xWiXft Adair Whv No Journal, both 'Ppd m If you ha vo young children you hae perhaps noticed that disorders of the stomach arc their most common ailment. To correct this yon will Unci Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets excellent. They are easy aud pleasant to take, and mild and gentle n effect. For sale by Paull Drug Co. Cole Camp. nsss Attention! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. i ,ouner s; Journal? IK1 HENRY WATTERSON Presidential Contes And The Louisville Times will keep rou Posted. ft, 1 1 ' JL The people in this neighbor-- ; hood are busj' digging potatoes, 'b Mr. and Mrs. Joe Binns spent ' 5 last Sunday with Mrs. Cailis' aspt Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cole and . v nr "i i iivirs. jo xoungand children vis- - rag itedMrs. .C. C. Fletcher. Sun- -' J! This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to Ms' Editor. We CanjjFurnish You The News, Columbia, Ky. wa 5 iThe Adair County News and the i imil 11 HI II AH It 31 wl I day. i Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Subscip tion Books i Several folks of this place at tended the party at Mrs. Effie Cole's on Big Renox, Saturday night. All report a nice time. Mrs. Bob Cole and daughters, Mary and Bobbie, visited Mrs. James Cole one day last week, Mr. and 4jf 4 v f 76 wsmm m mmmmm wioy wwk. Weekly Courier-Journal . ! ! . G. HARDWICX, Pres. J. l. C0CKF, V. Prc5. R. H. DIETZMAN. Itt j1 ' j Mrs. Bob Fletcher) spent Saturday with his father. ' ' School is progressing nicely at Holly Grove, under the manage- ment of John Jones with 56. en- - i rolled. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Norris I Both One Year T. Pyne Mil! & Supply Co. -- For $1.50 We can also give liberal combination rate with Dailv ESTABLISHED I86J INCORPORATED 1889- j ffllbliWRIGHTS '4 mAGHlNlSTS DEALERS IN Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLfS. GRIST WILLS, FEED MILLS 1301 THIRTeeNTtt-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE PjjWStj j; or Sunday Courier Journal. ir t-- s i 'niirvT lAvvtni i e yew omeoi visited Carlis Norris Tuesday. Mrs. Bettie Cole visited friends and relatives near this place last week. Mr. and Ms. E. W. Thomas attended the SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tanh WorK igfiP speaking at liurkesville, nesday. Wed- W JOtSBINQWORR SOLICITED -- AH pany, Louisville, Ky., for it free sample copy of edition :you desire, but be sure to 'send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the t Courier Journal. Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Bryan Young was the guest of Zeak Baker, Tuesday. fortunes in Paces. Kinds of Machinery Repaired- 1 isJ i -- tsta We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week There's often much truth in the saying "her face is her fortune," but. its never said where pimples', skin eruptions, blouches, or other .blemish es disfigure it. Impure blood is back of thera all, and shows the need of Dr. Kings New Life Pills. They promote health and beauty. Try them. Courier-Journ25entsal Paull Drug Co. 41 The Adair County News and Daily al i Mat' a "T vr3saffci'i"fromrr"n 5n tcv stomach, head aud bao ' writes if. a T. Alston, Kalcih, if . O. Maad mv; liver andkianeysdidnotTvorfcngbt, Dut lour Dottles ot i ectrie Hitters " limorlo m ,ujwu.w fcfcw rjners fim. nn A ?5ew Jklan fpp: lJlr v v. mvx yinn i nonr juai... w- .T - jS 1 pI I fc PRICE 50CTS. At ALL DRUG STORES if y r . V A. TH f ADA IR COUNTY NEWS OLD MIRACLE v t- - rr Absher. PLAYS Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says : " Let me tell you how much good 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." . Mrs. W. P. Dillingham and daughters, Misses Bertha and Audra were in Columbia Wednesday. Miss Bertha Martin is spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Hardrick, of Ella. Mr. J. G. Yates and son have moved their well drill to the farm of Mr. E. S. Rice near Cane Valley. . Mrs. Lizzie Bailey and Mrs. Alice Hendrickson, of Cane Valley, were guests of Mrs. Rufus Bailey last Wednesday. 1 TAKE 1 1 j-- wARDU Are you a woman? Woman'sTonfe Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, k. the signs of weak nerves and For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it. over-wor- Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thomas, of near Campbellsville, were at Ben Thomas' last Saturday night. . i U4urVM c-i- r. mtmmmmjimmtmmm. X W He to: Ladies' Advisory Dcpt., Chatlanoojra Medicine Co.. Chattanoogo. Tenn., book. " Home Treatment lor Women." seat free. J 59 t Instructions, and - Mr. and Mrs. Guss Jeffries, of Knifley, were the pleasant guest of Mr vV. A. Humphress Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Henry Morgan and children, of Taylor county, returned home Monday after a weeks visit to her father, Mr. Geo. D. Bryant. Misses Eva and Annie Morris were the pleasant guests of Miss Mary Lilla and Ethel Martin last Performed In Town Squares With the Crudest Kind of Scenery. From the beginning of the pageant In the old mystery and miracle plays of the twelfth century to the elaborate and highly artistic productions of the twentieth Is indeed a far cry. Not only was the work of these early actors far below modern histrionic standards, but the stage setting, although tho most complicated effects were attempted, was of the crudest The mysteries were performed in the town squares on two story scaffoldings. Saints and angels descended from above on very visible ropes. The flood and the Red sea were represented by a hole dug in the square and filled with water and so small that a row-bomight only with difficulty turn around therein. Here sea voyages were made from Marseilles to Palestine with one shove of the oar. These were the properties. Irrepressible medieval imagination dfti the rest The mystery plays were dramatizations of the Bible performed by the different trade guilds of the town, each guild giving the part of the story established as its own by immemorial custom. The fishwives and prentices from all the country round thronged into York or Chester whenever a pageant was to be given. Royalty frequently graced the performances. From the Four Seas. at HUMOR OF THE DAY Proved Friendship. The affairs of the Arm were in such a bad way that the creditors met to take action, and the head of the firm was in consultation He had this to observe: "I owe you all a lot of money which I cannot pay now. But look at my orders! If I can keep going for six months you will get your money. If you close me up you will hardly get a nickel on tho dollar. Give me six months longer and I will give you notes at 5 per cent What will it be bankruptcy or a chance for all of us to pull out?" The creditors conferred in secret agreed to take tho notes and made the announcement They had put on their hats and coats and were walking out when one of them got the high sign from the merchant He lagged behind and said, "What is THE LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 BRIGHTER, BETTER. BIGGER THAN EVER, THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES it?" "You have always been a good friend of mine," whispered the merchant. "I am not ungrateful, and I want to tell you something if you will keep it to yourself I'll make you a preferred creditor." "How can you do that?" "You're .the first one to know that tho notes won't be any good." Chicago Post. IS If $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEfe YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET XXmXXXXX6X Now is -- the Tim e! i Sat . X want to keep posted dur ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair If you County News. Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Nance and children, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Knifley and childen, Mrs. Mary Brockman and Miss Cleo Cave spent Sunday at Mr. W. H. Absher's. Mr. N. R. Thomas and family, Mr. Ben Thomas and family, Mr. Ben Robertson and family, Mrs. Mattie Martin and children and Mr. Irvin Thomas and family gave Mrs. Rebecca Thomas a birthday dinner Saturday Oct. 6. years old. She was eighty-fiv- e Mrs. Delaney Robertson is Jefferson and the Patent Office. Useless. spending a few days with her The first patron of our patent system will 'I you go out with you," was will promise not to son, Mr. Olen Robertson, of Cane three Thomas Jefferson, who during "if years gave his personal attention boat." Valley. to every application for a patent He ust"I to call the secretary of war and the attorney general to examine and scrutinize with him, and they did it so thoroughly that in one year the first they granted only three patents. The very first patent of all was given to Samuel Hopkins in 1790 for pearl ash es. Mr. .leffcrson held that the patent system was not one for creating revenue, but- for encouraging a production of that which is to be of benefit to the whole people. In the first twelve years a single clerk in the state department and a few pigeonholes were all that the business of the office required. Then a Dr. Thornton took charge of it and devoted himself to it as a hobby, - Getting Her on Record. "Am I the only man you ever It Was Mary Stuart Who Set tho loved?" ha asked. Fashion For That Color. "Yes," she sighed. The majority of brides choose white "There is no rich man whom you when selecUng their wedding dress be- ever cared to marry?" he persisted. cause it Is the conventional color, and "No rich man I would marry," she many persons are of the opinion that said. it always has been favored. As a mat"Or no rich man you might marry If ter of fact, it is of comparatively mod- you chose?" ern origin, and in most eastern coun"No, but why do you ask these questries pink Is the bridal color. tions?" During the middle ages and in the "I just want to get you on record renaissance period brides wore crim- before our wedding, so that afterward son to the exclusion of all other colors. you won't be forever pointing out Most of the Plantagenet and Tudor wealthy men to me as samples of queens were married in that vivid hue. what you might have had." Detroit which is still popular In parts of Brit- Free Press. tany, where the bride is usually dressed in crimson brocade. In Accord. It was Mary Stuart who first changed Very frequently the winter highways the color of the bridal garments. At in the Yukon valley are mere trails, her marriage with Francis II. of traversed only by dog sledges. One of France in 13oS, which took place not the bishops in Alaska, who was very before the altar, but before the great fond of that mode of travel, encoun- doors of Notre Dame, she was gowned tered a miner cominjr out with his doir in white brocade, with a train of pale team and stopped to ask him what blue Persian velvet six yards in length. kind of a road he had come over. This Innovation, caused a great stir The miner responded with a stream In the fashionable world of that time. of forcible and picturesque profanity, It was not. however, until quite the winding up with: end of the seventeenth century that "And what MU o trail did you pure white the color worn by royal have?" widows became popular for bridal "Same as your3,"rep!ied tfc? bishop garments. London Sketch. feelingly. Lippincowfe. BRIDES IN WHITE. THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND THE L0UISV1LEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY . ( $4.50. prin- - THE LOUISVILLE TIMES the best afternoon paper -- ' j i " anywnc Has the best corps of corres - , pondents. Covers the Kentucky field per- fectly. Covers the general news fiel6 she said, completely. rock the Zion. ' One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets "Never mind." he sadly replied; "we will not go. If you think I'm fool enough to do that without being warned not to it will be useless for me to waste any more time with you." Chicago Record-Herald. Has the best and fullest mar kets reports. DEMOCRATIC in polities. bj K fair to everybody. The News and the Weekly .$: rViftiptf Irkitrnfll One Year Louisville Times and News 1 ELLWOOD 26 feathers. The loan of a single plume for a day costs a quarter, or for a dolMiss Cordy Taylor of Mont-pelie- r, lar a gorgeous trio may be bad for an 1 .K was the pleasant guest of outiug. to be returned promptly toe next morning. Weather conditions Miss Dora Young ' Thursday cause the terms to fluctuate somewhat since a wet or foggy day. will take the night. curl out of the feathers and make necessary, for which "Arri9t" Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Murrell, of has to pay an extra quarter. London Gadberry, visited the family of Tit Bits. Mrs. Elizabeth Murrell last' Sat"Stint" and 'Stunt." urday and Sunday. Stint is a good word as a Botin. AjS a verb it means sometninp not quite so Mrs. E. R. Willis who has been pleasing. Do not confound it with HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD INCHES sick for some weeks, has about stunt, however. Aisstunt is something quite useless. It the horseplay of We will save yoj money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF FENCE as long recovered. the mountebank and has nothing in common with honest, productive labor. as our stock of 26 inch fence la9ts. We carry in stock air height Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brockman A stint Is tue warning to the wise that style 3 of EH wood and Square Mesh Fences. and something demands to be accomplished. have moved to their farm. sBIHCH a goad to the laggard that time is on ,, ESQ. the wing. Atlantic. ."SOIHCM v re-curli- $4.50 . , I Farmers are , hustling with their work as they are in the midst of molasses making, corn ?n cutting and wheat sowing. Mrs. G. E. Powell's condition is no better at thi3 writing. Mias Mattie Young spent Saturday and Sunday with parTht, Coster Girl's Plumes. Ostrich plumes are as much of a neents. cessity to the London coster girl on her Mrs. F. G. Willis is slowly im- outings as are the pearl buttons to her masculine companion, and the big proving. trimmed hats with their drooping gatherings Misses Mary and MabJe Willis feathers are familiar in allgirls cannot of this class. Many of the of Tabor, spent Sunday with afford to keep their money tied Up In plumes, their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. uselessindustry inand there thrives a Lri.k the hiring, of these J Unlucky. The First Chauffeur T ran over other baby this morning. The Second Cbauffewr Ptoew! That -- SEND YOUR SUBSCr-TIO- was unlucky! j The First Chauffeur Yes. rotten'. Their darned feedln' bottles cat the tires up so! Loudon Sketch. . RIGHT AWAY f tesrstaltens. , i hr "Why," asked the boss of the drug! store, "do you want a red nosed van The Iolio wing resolutions for the soda water trade? i eooid feei sure that he wooid net adopted by the Fonthfll Lodg drink up the profits.- - explained the i Ma 7R9 4. J& A TLf- F M manager. Buffalo Express. j j w-- v mm Saf. I A. G. Willis, Whereas; the Grand Architect "Quite poetical, that Mr. Brown. Be of the universe has called fras always addresses me as 'fair lady.' " labor to refreshment Bro. J. JL "Oh. that's force of habit He used Wade, a Master Mason, who firs to be a afreet, ear conductor, job know." Toledo Blade. j joined at the Friendship Locbjfr Memorized. ; WIRE FENCE itanL-Bos- j , ; j s J VAaliffAvit while a lv9l4wtli " aLa Wv Gladys, i hare something creek section several years HaMiss fa, i seei There a fly on yor but who at the time ol his deahr bald Aaerican. wa a cteinftted inember. Some of our brethern having Ttw Latest. Diner A creine de menthe. waiter. Waiter (calling ooti-O- ne rtarbomra Jomed the Fraternity at Fnet3- ton Transcript ship Lodge and by the reooaat ol them or the family Wade A Long Fit Want. 'Twoold mak ma dad was accorded Masonic burial, on If we but had A inore elastic currencr. Sept 1, 1912, bavin died Aug. Tb kind w've cut It stretches not 31, 1912atjtheageof 78 years. At tenst it stretch sot fr at. 1 Resolved, that we extend to . Glv us a "bit" So made it his family ear sympathy and exWill be so full of tenaU ofl ' lA2ft..tt42AMA 1m A-- She-O- j spot-Balti- more I 3t tit That when w sUn It as a Up We'll duly gain from the raestt. A "iSraJl!J7oronUrFEHCE (CTANDA1W sfmSKADE ll SX HEIGHTS 4 Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., 116Ea3t Market Street, Between First and Brook. 1 Louisville, Ky. Saved by His Wife. She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life is in danger, hub Mrs. It. J. Flint, Braintrce, .Vtv, is of that kind. "She insisted on ray using Dr. King's New Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for i dreadful cough, when I was so weak my friends all thought 1 had only a short time to live, and it completely cured me." A quick cure for coughs and colds, it's the most safe and reliable medicine for many throat and lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilitis hemorrhages. A .trial will convince you. FOcts, and $1. Guaranteed by Paull Drug Co. I "I don't like the way thev reported the new con-pressman. "Why, they sprinkled in plenty of laughter and' applause." "Yes. but how about all those gc: hires?" -- Kansas City Journal. tny speech." complained Gone' to Wasts. 1 rubber dime At luncheon time. If it would stretch to quartar size. Would ault toy whin Beneath a grim Head waiter's avaricious eyas. So springy and resilient. That when we lend That's so alive. It to a friend Give us a Are press our esteem for his any good qualities as a man and eitteaa. 2 Resolved, that these resolutions be spread on the minutes of tire Lodge and a copy sent to the Adair County News for publication. T. B. Tarter G. K Rexroat W. N. Emerson ( - Cruel. Wife John. I gave Kido one of chose erullers 1 made, and be went and buried it. nub I'm not surprised He probably took it for a bone. Boston Transcript. It will return whence it has went- v That it will make a dollar shy A silver ounce So full of bounce Just What They Wanted. "Don't take that fellow on your He's a chronic grouch." "But what wo want is a good, kicker." Baltimore American. foot-bnU,tea- m. Mount high enough To pay for stuff A silver dollar ought to buy. And so I say. "Hip, hip, hurray, For him who'll take our treasury And give us soon That needed boon. elastic currency!" A j ( Commfttae Sick headache is caused by 'disordered stomach. Take Chamberlain's, nre Century, Tablets aud correct that ?nd the headachns will disappear. . or sale by Paull Drug Co. : .Xif 8 Gradyville. the adair:county news midst last Saturday. 'Mr. Pickett while he is 70 years of age he is looking hale and hearty and is enjoying the best of health. Mrs. Geo. H. Nell and daughters, of Columbia, viaited here night and Sunday. Arvest Hill started for school at the L. W. T. S. at Columbia last-Saturday TheSweather continues dry. Rev. Dudgeon, of Gane Valley, will preach here the 4th Sunday. Several cases of diptheria in Buggies Surreys Runabouts. High Class Horse Sale Twelve head of Brood mares and Stallions will be sold a ,. public auction as follows: Louise Cabell, 11 years old, a great brood mare, register number 5900 threft other good ones in foal by Bald Chief, No. 3806. Wonderful Sales Of. Buggies. this community. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lyon, of Campbellsville, visited Mr. C. H. Yates and daughter last Friday. last Monday. Messrs. Hill & Stults are putMr. and Mrs. W. M. Moss, of Greensburg, visited the family ting in a new saw mill near of Mr. C. 0. Moss last Saturday Kemp they have over .two thousand logs to saw. night and Sunday. Mr. J. F. Pendleton returned Cane Valley. from Louisville the first of the week where he sold several car Mr: C. R. Dudgeon and family loads of cattle. left Thursday morning for LouisMr. William Brumett, of ville where they will make their Sparksville, was in our midst future home. Mr. Dudgeon havlast Saturday and informed us ing accepted a position with that on the 1st day of Oct. he Stratton & Tersteege. ate ripe blackberries off of the The big sale of Mr. T. A. Fur-ki- n vine and left plenty on them. was largely attended, sale Mrs. Ida Conor, of Covington, closing Wednesday. Okla.. is visiting her father, Mr. Mr. Coy Dudgeon left Monday Robert 0. Keltner, of our city, at morning for Lebanon where he this time. has accepted a position'. Quite a large number attendMiss Mae Hendrickson, of ed the sale of Mr. J. D. Walker's Campbellsville, is the guest of property one day last week. Miss Bess Price this week. Everything sold very reasonable-M- r. Mr, R. B. Watson, of Texas, is W. W. Yates and Miss visiting his mother at this place. Dora Shirrell attended the Mrs. Woodrow, of Minnesota, associaton last week in is visiting her uncle, Mr. C. A. Green county. Wilson, this place. Mr. J. D. Flowers and wife, Mrs. Tom Bumgarner is visof Columbia, visited their relaiting her daughter, Mrs. Clarence tives here a day or so last week. Newton, of Spurlington, this J. A. Wilmore is spending a week. few days in Lexington this Mrs. Venetta Creel and two week. son's, of Campbellsville, visited Mr. Alfred Parson and family Dr. N. M. Hancock and family visited relatives and friends at two days of last week. Portland last Saturday night The ladies of this community and Sunday. met last Saturday evening and n Mr. Henry Altsheller the organized a missionary society mule man, of Horse Cave, which we hope will be a success. stopped for night at this place on his return from Columbia, last Death of Finis Thurman. Thursday, where be bought 20 mules at prices from $50 to On Sunday, Sept., the 15th, 0 Rus-selivil- Woodson Lewis Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. Every Raven Bird, by Red Bird 1956, 6 years old and has prover 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 i? ) all his make up. Bald Chief, 3806. by Montgomery Chief, 1361 is 3 years ole 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 old, but an individual that measures up to bis fancy breeding. also have some colts that wiM catch your fancy if you like goo 1 ' ones. Saturday June 22nd. Main JACK. My Jack, 6 years old is a good one, 15 hands high and ha proven himself of great value. He goes under the hammer. Greensburg was Blocked One Aberdeen bull, 11 months old as good as theyrow. Two Aberdeen cows, one due to calve first of December, the for two hours with Buggies sold 'other next April.N They are pure bred and excellent individuals. HOGS. by Wood Lewis. Street Some pure breed Poland China hogs consisting of 2 year old boar, sow and 5 pigs. Also several shoata. I also have a brake cart and harness, a good Houten road CATTLE. le During the day Town Marshall called, on to clear the street. t cart. i What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, Styles This sale will be held WEDNESDAY OCTOBER THE 23rd and will begin at 10 a. m., at my barn, half mile from Columbia, Further information will be given if requested. TERMS Six months, bankable notes. AH the above stock will be sold to the highest bidder. Remember the date Wednesday, Oct. 23rd. A. S. Chewning, Columbia, Ky. and Easy Riding. Birdseye view of our Plant r well-know- REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy mail, the Mower and Binder man, the Gasoline -- and Dentist John Wolford, of Casey creek, ' Mr. ,N..G.WJiite, has returned Special attention 9 yearsexperience. JJlr. William Pickett, of 'East Montgomery given , to Surgical and Dental work. t bought of Luther from Neatsburg.rr v,V ' Fork'.Gwho had; the misfortune Office at residence, near Gaded School Mr: J. ': 3. 5 Watson the spoke one yoke of work cattle for a building. .fifteen-- years.'ago of. . some'tenor man-wa- s at "Little Cake ar day or fancy price. - ,v . ' :.f g , &'. :EHOEO.i7; ?N his. eye. sight,, was. m our loosing other relatives and friends. Mr. Loren Kell who has" run a again. Weep not loved ones "Our loss is blacksmith shop at Ozark for We will take the liberty to say his eternal gain." the past three years, has moved that J. H. Smith is feeding the The moon and the stars are beaming near Stapp Spring. nicest bunch of hogs in the Upon a silent grave. sleepeth without dreaming. Where he county, he has over, Luther Maupin had the misThe one we love, bub couldn't save. and they are fat and nice, just While he is sweetly sleeping fortune of getting one hand about ready for the market. Away from earth's sorrow and care, very badly mashed a few days so lonely, and often weep Thislbunch of hogs are sold to be We arewe miss him everywhere. ago. Tor delivered the first of next month Laura Foster. Mr. Walker Bryant,, of Columathe'price Mr. Smith will bia, was at this place one day them. They will bring Wilson's .Store in'dollars and bents, something last week. one-hundred -- at 4:30 a. m., death, the great lost a very enemy of mankind, entered the valuable work mule one day last nome ot iunis inurman, near week, while trying to jump Breeding, and claimed fyim for fence. ., its victim. enter-taine- d Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nell He had been suffering intenseseveral of their friends of ly for several months of a comour city one day last week. plication of diseases, hence his Mrs. Nell certainly knows how death was not unexpected.. to make one feel pleasant at her This removes one of the best home, and to prepare good things citizens of the Breeding section. to eat for an occasion like this He was born Nov. the 21st, Mr. Guthery. one of BurkesH 1875, in Cumberland county, and ville's best farmers and citizens confessed his faioh in Christ in spent several days in this com- 1898, joining the Methodist munity last week, looking after church, in which he remained a property and land. We would be faithful Christian until God callglad to have him to locate in this ed him to his reward. He often expressed his willingness to die, community. Mr. S. A. Harper spent a few as "It is not all of life to live, days of last week at Campbells- nor all of death to die." He was a teacher in the public ville and Highland Park. years, a good We 2re glad to note that Uncle schools for nine citizen, successful business man George Flowers who has been and a devoted church member. confined to his room for several On Monday 3ros. Marrs & weeks is improvingat this time, f.amnhpll ,. naid a fit,intr tribute to tr .0 and we trust that it will be only his life in an excellent funeral a question of a very short time He leaves a brother, discourse until he will be able to be out Mr. li. J. $150 each. JNell ;, Engine man, the Implement man. ;, Farm TTj-r- - . tw Jr$& Jjrir v AteP.'S ,. V ' i M fc 'v l " GREENSBURG, KY. Office w. Home Phone 53-- 1 "Largest in Dixie" Incorporated 9 r , Hughes & Sons ;' Co., Louisville, Kentucky. DENTAL OITIICK Phone 194 . James Triple! iDnnsr-Tisa- 1 DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST Columbia, Kentucky Windows, Floor Front WHOLESALE Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. j Columns, ' I j! o'i3it geo. wi:lsc:'S store Columbia, Ky. so last week. Mr. D. L. Wilson has returned from the Louisville Market. Mr. J. E. Floyd left Monday Russell BTd'g--2n- d Residence Phone 133 Business Phonel3 A DR. J. N. rooms MURRELL in Jeffries DENTIST Office, Front BTd'g are Bargain Days Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are the. order and price Concessions hold sway If in need ofi. . up Stairs. for Champaign 111. Columbia, school at St. - Kentucky. rr Mr. Buford Montgomery visit- ed the Catholic Mary, last week. Q. P. SMYTHE for Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum FIRE INSURANCE and REALIESTA-TE For present or future use, it will pay you handsomely to look over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. Hubbuch Bros., Jones & Wellendorff -- Incorporated '"-. 5225andfo24 West Market St. OQ. T i E. Jones Ii. H- - or Jones & Jones" Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. v near ,2000. :,- - ; Veterinary Surgeon The Adair County News and Both One Year for Courier-Journ- al - . . . $- -- $1M " Umfa:- . i. ..v