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The spriugs robe.s of nature were 52 ca v W And silently dreamed of the past, ' Bonnie Judd. Of kind and affectionate parents, ' . Carrie Feese. ; For he was the first and the last. Margaret Lovett. While visions of loved ones and chil- r EIGIIXH GliYbE.' children, grand children and relatives dren Auction Sale. .. Minnie Ingram. who are bereft by the going forth of By memory still see, KrxTn or.ADiL. j tin's, aged Christian, and may they, Though bowed now by age and' atllic Rex llolladay. At my store door Monday, Nov., the 4th, 1912. she, be ready when they must tion, itie Kate Cooper. One lot of Ladies & Chilkren's Cloaks. go into the great eternity. The last of the once happy three. Mildred Walker. One lot Men's & Boys Suits. F. J. larger and Z. T. Williams J. T. Jones, TENRIIAKADK. One lot Men's & Boys Overcoats. took part in the funeral services. Montpelier, Ky. Grace Conover. One lot Men's & Boy's Shirts. "Thou art gone to the grave; but we Dora Eubank, A Number of other articles not mentioned. will not deplore thee, Katiieriua-cElection Officers, Nov., Election Sale to Commence at 10 a. m. Tho' sorrows and darkness encompass Mary Myers. Henry Ingram, 1912. the tomb; Knth Paull. I The Savior has passed thro' its portals ELEVENTH OR DK. before thee, Russell County Loses a Good West Columbia. W. T. Walker, N. Leonora Lowe. And the lamp of his love was thy M. Tutt, Judges; JohnvN. Squires. Nellie Tarter. Citizen. guide thro' the gloom. Sheriff, George Montgomery, Clerk. i East Columbia. E. F. Mullinix, II. Twenty-Fiv- e Men in 48 Hours. Sunday afternoon, the 30th, iust , a Thou art gone to the grave; but we B. Garnett, Judges; R. A. Waggener. will not deplore thee, lamentable.and sudden death occurred Seeriff, L. T. Neat, Cleric at Jabez,' Russell county. Mr. Alvin i Since God was thy Ransom, thy Milltown. -- Andrew Dudley, G. 15. The Sews comes from Bowling Guardian, thy Guide; Hatfield, who was a prominent farm He gave thee, lie took thee, and He Cheatham, Judges: C. R. Tarter, Green that the Business University er, the father of Dr. A. A. HatficlcL there claims it could put twenty-liv- e Sheriff, A. M. Mercer, Clerk. will restore thee; arose in ins usual neaitn. ate 'break -- Clem telegraph operators in positions withKeltner. Coomer,. II fast, went to Sunday school and at--' Aml eatjU nas no st'n!Ti since thei .Tames, Judges: Curt Blades, Sheriff, in 18 hours, so great is the demand for Savior has died. tended preaching at the 1 o'clock good men. This school has just filled Leo. W. Pickett, Clerk. hour. After dinner he entertained Gradyville. Porter England, James eighteen positions, and lias thirfey-sev- en company until late in the afternoon, on liand unfilled. This looks ?5. down, and $1 a week buys a goodewing Gilpin, Judges; W. P. Flowers, Sheriff, feeling in fine spirits all the time. good W. M. Wilmore, Clerk. schine at Sinelairs. Immediately after supper he was Elroy. T. J. Rosson, .1. W. Reece. Heesen Kwing. who was one of Adair taken sick aud died in an hour or two. .Judges. Jas. W. Simpson. Sheriff, i county's best colored ixiii, died in tlta Announcement. was a man for whom every body Ha Cager' S.Xoomer, Clerk. suburbs of Columbia last Thursday had the highest regard and he will be Harmony John W. Y6ung, W. F. venxs He was savant. greatly missed from the neighbor-- 1 Miss El ma Page, daughter of Mr. Loy, Judges; L. W. Tabor, Sheriff, J. afternoon. oki, and during life he so comluetod hood, his death being a sad blow to and Mrs W. S. Page and a niece of W. Burbridge, Clerk. 'himself as to win the respect of the his family. He was about sixt'-nin- e Mr. Jas. T. Page, this place, will be Glcuville. Z.T.Taylor, II. K.Tay - White people geiiarullv. We years old. married on the 19th of November to lor, Judges: Bert Epperson, Sheriff, hoRr(1 of hlm h&ing brought Mr. Irwin Fra.er, Cleburne, Texas John Webb, Jr., Clerk. . ITa wns Ta. court fitr anr nffeiis. . .w Miss Page closed a years visit to Asa Roy Dead. .n.. u ii iin.if. f i.. r. uumij .&..iiauu, " " -uiustrious-am- l iii u tniLe vAia. wiieu m iiealth ills swr- ago. She is a Murrell, a few months Judges; Thomas Powell, Vjces ereat ail times hi demaath Mr. Asa Roy, who lived near Roy, young lady of pleasing disposition and Sheriff, Ben Jeffries, Clerk. , He will be missed by his people. Little Cake. Henry Grant, T. W. this county, died at his home last her mariy admirable characteristics Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock. Ee won the friendship of the entire Wheat. Judges; R. Cal Seal, Sheriff, The iron bridge across RnastWs' ' B. B. White, Clerk. had been on the decline for five or six town. creek, at the Burk Ford, was eumjfat- . Pelljton. W. II. Sinclair, Welby ed lost Wednesday. It te sakl to to months. He was an soldier, Ellis, Judges: J. P.Coffey, Sheriff, J. excellent piece of work, and the Jfe-ca- l years old and a good se vent'-fou- r An Old Soldier Dead. II. Sanders, Clerk. citizen. court met last Saturday xad reRoley. Lewis Holt' W. L. Simpson, ceived it. It will prove of incalculable) Roy, Thuraiay, Nov., 14. Mr. W. T. Acre, who served in the Berea, Ky. A New Thing.. Judges; G. M. Tedder, Sheriff, Harvey value to tle traveling public and she Glensfork, Wednesday, Nov., 13. 13th Kentucky Infantry, and in Capt. Qleak. people of the neighborhood. Sparksville. Tuesday. Nov., 12. O. B. Patteson's Company, died at his Lewis Mr. W. B. Ciellan, of Lebanon, was Cane Valley. - Melvin Cave Wyatt: Elroy, Wednesday, Nov., is. home, near, Roy,- last Friday on our merchants oue day last calling Siuuotypy is the latest in the line of late Mr. R. F. Paull, of this place, gofti Feese, Judges: Curtis Varberry, Gradyville, Saturday, Nov., J0. week, and while in town called the ;tupid writing. It is a kind of short-calle- d night. f Bakart0, Mr Clnylcn Parish, Sheriff, J.G. Sublett, Clerk- j Keltner, Friday, Nov., 15. years, old, hand written on a machine attention of the News man to the imthe lie was aboutsixty-nin- e Egypt. -- J. W. Forster,'Elmcr Mur- Cumberland county, one Abecdetn Mihttnvn, Thursday. Nov., '14. portance of improving the Confederthe stonoCype, and has already reach- and his death was the result of an rell, fudges; Claud Callison, Sheriff,. Angus malocalf, four months old, ftr ' A. D PattesonS. A c. ate groves and 'monument on Green ed a speed of three to six times that accident. About, two months ago he L. M. Sanders, Clerk. $) 00. This is said to. be Uie t. ' River hill between this place and of shorthand. The Bowling Green was kicked on the leg by a horse, j South Columbia. W. Ii Pattern, calf over sold in Adiir county, f Campbellsille. Ilealso stated that BtMiiess University has installed it. -jbreaking it. Subsequently the-lim- b Judges; Fred Dsnson, j considered. the movement was on to acquire the Mr. L. U. Cabell was in Columbia ar ' . teaching it iu connection with was1 amputated, and a few weeks Robert Price, Miller, Clerk. Sheriff, A. A. ground, the' monument ou last Wednesday, lie stated to News shorn (and. thereafter death followed. Ed Fcrquin, s. boy about 15 years Mr. Acre was a good citizen and had concrete foundation, build a cement representative that the work on the old, killed Lewis Shive, a boy 1 years Mr. T. 1. Smith, of Cane Valie) , many friends in the ueighborhoo d Mrs. Susan Capps, of Kettle fence around theT)remises and enrich pike from Greensburg to the Adair old last Sunday. The killing occurred, ground for blue grass, and when couiil.v linft was mnvinir nlnnc nw'ftlv. who w.'s given n jine at the last term where he lived and died. Cumberland county, who wassljotaud the Spring-- , Metcalfe county, of circut court lor malicious shooting, done, keep it in good condition. This JIe furher stated thatj lne Jbe w fattally wounded by her son, James at Moore's a'nd the weapon used was a rock. will require money and the people of ,rra.aIed ro pjhR,lftfifflr ,,i..i,Wells, died Monday of last week. It iv has been released from lhe State's part ... Public Sale. ... o is claimed that the shooting was acAdair and Taylor counties ought to miles this side of Greensburg, and of the fine1 by Governor McCreary. writing the pardon respond liberally to this work. So that a pike would be built from Mi- The Governor in cidental, but a dispatch to the Lous-vill- p The Semi annual , communion serOn Saturday November the 9th, L upon which Times says that mystery sur- vice wilfbe observed at Union Presbyone after seeing the monument, ami to main pike, tapping it atfEbe-ueez- states that the evidence will sell my household and kitchen rounds the tragedy. terian church on next Sabbath. There the importance of this step, and Adair county, in Smith was convicted, was circum- furniture, also 2 good cows anil jersey church. will also be preaching at 10:30 a. m. no one who cherishes good will and order to meet the Greensburg pike stantial, no witness swearing that the heifer calf, 2 good hogs, one good Saturday. Everybody invited. love for those who died in that unfort- will have about seven miles to build. accused fired the shot. Several of Valuable Land For Sale. the jurors who tried Smith, joined in mare, farm implements and other unate struggle can justify further nearticles too numeros to mention. Rev. J. R. Ceawford will preach at the petition for clemency; glect Their graves shorild be- kept Mr. M. O Stevenson, one of Adair's Saleat my residence near Columbia, 1 have 105 acres of good land, in the Presbyterian chnrch next Sunday green, the marble shaft white aud the prosperous farmers, met with a very 10 o'clock. three tracts which I will sell private evening at 7 o'clock. entire premises protected from the serious accident last Wednesday. He All denominations were represented being a Mis. Nora McCoffree. ly at a . bargam. Two tracts are in Presbyterian church Jast Sunravages of time. at the was sawing wood when a large cut day forenoon. Mr.'Crawtfofdpreached : 32 2t Green county, near the Adair line, one Sest Monday will be county court. made the wrong turn, and fell upon in Adair near the Green county line. Hon. William Jennings Price" will first day of the Russell circuit his left leg, mashing his knee very one of the strongest sermousfYhe. has The pastorau&iiere, U. P. Morgan sold- his farm last Good dwelling on one tract, and I am speak at the court-houscourt, A Hunn, of this place, bought badly. He drove in town last Friday, delivered since his ' week to J. A. Young, of Cumberland using all three tracts as one farm. and it met the approval of ' five mules ranging in price from $135 will be several weeks befare he but it L '" Lcouuty for two thousand dolkirs. The Will sell any one, or all three of the ,. Be in town1 next Monday and hear to $900 Brack Massie was also in at- will have good use of the crippled .audience. lies about one mi.'e thisside of tracts. ; t ' farm Hon. William Jennings Price. ' tendance and he bought three at an limb. .J3r. J. J. Booker, Hon. William Jennings d'rice, of Glenville and is known as the Simon average of $150 per head. Miami, ICy. Danville, will speak at the court? P. Taylor farm. The purchaser is a Mr. C. R. Royse bought one mulerat by a disorMr. Jas. n. Young, this to Sick headache is caused tr &'' Jamestown court for $160. up last weelc Mr. N. B.-- dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's house, next Monday, at 1 o'clock in brother In making place, and was born aud reared in ;, Miller's letter got mixed with another the interest of the Democratic party. Adair county, but has been living in Wanted: Peafowls, $1.5Tacu. ymw nn tcaxiou. auu urn uegmuiug oi Tahjets and correct that and the He isa tine speaker. Come out aud Cumberland county for about eighteen 'W. T; Hodgen, , Sexfr Monday will be county cuutt. tetper was overiooKea. we repro headachns' -will disappear. For sale ' $b years. The day following will bthe e. jctioiu Ky. , Ttnv Campbellsville, hear him. J toy n...nTt.... uu, i&In ftftrthls week, Jtrauu xrug ' - 'The News, next week, will nob be Curing Conceit. issued until Wednesday. The election will be Tuesday and by holding over In an "The Training of a until Wednesday we will beable to Child" article onNovember Woman's in the let our readers know the result of the Home Companion the author, Mary election. Louise Graham, writes, in part: "I know that forgetfulness of self The Road We Must Have. can be attained, even when it has been conspicuously denied by nature. This proposed automobile pike-wa- y The is a very intimate little story that I from Columbia, Ky., to Jamestown, am about to tell, but 1 feel that it has Ky.. will have less grades and will in it a lesson of real value. cost less money than auy road of its 'When I was myself a young girl, I length that may be built in the State was very conceited, and for no greatand I doubt if there is another pros- er cause than that I had a good intelpective road in the State that would lect and could learn easily what the promise more to more people than other girls at school found hard. The this proposed road. realization of my own conceit came to First, it will be a paying investment me through other people's criticism to the stock-holdefrom the start. of me. For some time I puzzled over Second, it will revolutionize the en- what to do. It is so long ago that I tire commercial phase of Southern do not remember whether the solution Ky. This proposed road is the key to came all in a moment, or whether I a large number of counties thathiave gradually lived into the understandno railroad advantages, but now the ing of the truth, that I might know automobile has come to the relief of that 1 was clever, but that it would such as have nc rail road. A good never harm me so long as I placed no pike with automobile service would be emphasis on the fact. Every time I a greater blessing to more people tliau found mjself dwelling with satisfaca railroad. With the rapid transit of tion on some display of my own intelaulos the traveling public can make lect. 1 tried to shut out the thought. schedule timj, and will leave the It was very hard at first: I did so heavy hauling for men who have love my complacent, conceited teams, and tliey can do this hauling thoughts, and for a time 1 would ocand save money without paying their casionally indulge- - myseif in them. hard earned money "to the mud tax.' s Still, in time the device actually did This mud tax demands greater tribute work, and it set in motion other subfrom the of this country conscious processes. Whenever I than all other taxes combined and came back to thoughts of myself, I many times more. When this road is found a new humility, which I learncompleted fromColumbia to Jamest- ed to feel more precious than my-- old own., tliis will be the incentive for conceit. a time conceited thoughts other roads. It will be but a short time until the Dunuville pike be ceased to give me any pleasure; inextended to intercept at Russell stead, they brought a curious setiSe- of Springs, and others extending from shape, as if some one had praiseHTne Columbia to other points; but the one for a noble act that I had not done. main essential road, is the twenty-on-e I had come to see myself in a true promiles that will connect us with portion, and to realize the absolute Campbellsville and Greasy Creek boat unimportance of my poor little mind. landing on Cumberland River. This is nob words: It is the literal propos- truth. ' Any one who will make this ed road a study can see at a glance Start This Week. that such a road will effect three of the largest commercial cities in our country, aud will turn through this Mr. .1. B. Barbee, who has been the section of country a stream of comproprietor of the stage line between merce that will materially effect every body in the entire country. It will Columbia and Campbellsville for a set the wheels to rolling: it will en- number of years, requests us to state hance the value of real estate. It that he has dropped in line with the will bring new life and vigor into the processlou, and that Ids two automocountrj'. It will bring good citizen- biles will start this week. He had ship, better schools, better churches, them made especially for the line beand will help us in many ways that tween Campbellsville and Columbia, we have not space to mention. I and each car will have a seating cawant to say here that I have found pacity of eighteen. The cars will be this the best tomato growing section lighted with electricity and heated in the State. , Jn a grocery store in from the engine, making travel quick Columbia. the"re were eleven toma- and comfortable between the two toes, grown this section, weighing towns. Watch for them they are extwelve pounds. I saw sorghum in pected to make their first round to.Jamestown a home product, that day. would bring from "5cts to SI per galLasr Police to lon in the market. Big Sandiydfbr no other counjjy I have seen, cqii pro1. or one of my deputies, will meet duce such quality ofsyrup. E believe that this land between Coof Adair county at the the following times and places to receive lumbia and Jamestown can be made to yield one hundred ..dollars per acre to your taxes for the year 1912. These make it yield up its taxes are now past due and must be the man who-wi- ll paid at once. I trust that every taxsweetness to him. Men lets have this road. We .pro- payer will take advantage of .this op- pose to lu:ld this road by subscrip- portunity to meet and settle same, tion, and the man who will may work and save double and cost both to you out his stock according "to specifica- and myself. Will be at: Cane Valley, Saturday, Sow, IG. tions of directors after the company Knifley, Saturday, Nov , 2:5. is organized. Let me hear from any Holey, Friday, Nov., 22. one interested. Pellyton, Thursday, Nov:, 21. Yours for the road, MaGaha Friday. Nov., 15. .T. P. Bicknell, rs tax-paye- rs Tax-Payer- s. tax-paye- rs -- Geod Woman Dies In the Neighborhood. A large crowd attended the sale of Mr. A. S. Chewning, last Wednesday, and quite a lot of fine stock was sold. The following sales were made:'' Ernest Harris, one Polan China Gilt, 2 mo old, $:5.2o Bram Jones, one Polan China tBoar, 2 mo old, $3.00 ,. J. T. Page, one Polan China Boar, 2 mo old, $4.75 II. A. Walker, one Polan China sow, 9 mo old, $20 00 Walker & Waggener,. one Polan China Boar ( mo old, $24.50 W. n. Goff, stock hogs at $7 per 100. Honor Roll For Graded and High School. J. W. Simpson, one yearling Aberdeen Angus bull, $C2.50 B O. Hurt, one yearling Aberdeen Angus cow, $100 B. O, Hurt, one yearling Aberdeen Angus heifer, 75 Lucien Moore, : year old sorrel mare, $112.30 .Albin Murray, $139. 0 year old sorrel mare, J. S. McMurtry, oue year old stallion, Columbia Chief, $300. Clay Coleman, 10 year old brood mare, $292 50 L. B. Cain, one black mare $200. Robt. nancock, one weanling colt, Christian Church, having made the $42. good confession in girlhood. She lived J. T. Page, one yearling colt, $91. a faithful Christian life to the end.' Mr. Chewning rejected his stallion, II er children are all, but one, ChristBall Chief, 3 years old, when he was ians. Her counsel and early teaching run to $G75. also rejected his jack at a will never be forgotten by her childbid of 8300. He also sold brake carts, ren, and has already inllueuced them harness, wagons, and some household to live nobly. goods at fair prices. One sister, Mrs. Will Montgomery, Col. Isaac Dunn, of Danville, was remains to mourn the loss of this good woman. auctioneer, Tim Cravens, Clerk. May the Lord's blessing rest upon es lovely VIIIST GRADE. Mrs. Annie E. Cabbell, one of the When warbling songsters are gay, On account of the absence of the oldest and noblest women in the Zion Though weary, despondent, and lone- first Grade teacher, the Honor Roh community near Joppa, died October ly, for this grade has not been handed to the 14th, 1912. She was a daughter of Hetarried in grief by : the Superintendent. the way. Robert and Clemmie Montgomery, and To visit the old country graveyard, SECOND GRADE. was born December 28, 1832. One that he'd known long ago, Marie Ingram. Cab-bel- l, She was married to William F. Where many a mourner had lingered Mildred Miller. .Ian., 13, 1851. To this union To witness their loved oues laid low. James Frankum. were born six sous and two daughters, Kieth Beck. all of whom are living and attended The old church near by appeared Carrie Grissom. gloomy the1 funeral services. third oradk: . was a very unusual occurrence for As ff a sad mourner long fears, It Virginia Smith. of With those who lamented their lost six sous to be the the Bertha Yates. ones the mother's remains. But it was a Mary Summers. last privilege to express their appre- To give silent grief for their tears, Payne Garvin. ciation of a mother's love and services That stand as a watchman, on duty, FOURTH y.VlKi A sentinel knowing no dread, to them. Estelte Denny. The slumbering camp of the dead. Three of the brothers, James, Ed Frances Stange. and Frank, live in the west. Three He mused upon fond recollections Nellie Summers. of them, Lucien, Robert and Ruel Written on life's brightest page, Henry Wilson. live in this county Adair. of those he had known in his boyhood, Ed i tli Cooper. These are noble sons, which the And others familiar in age, FrFTIl GRAHhV mother has left as a heritage to the Considering life's transient season Stella A ntle. county and church and neighborhoods With all of its fashion and show; Corinne Breeding. in which they dwell. As waters that tlow to the ocean, Sarah Crawford. Mrs. John Young, one of the daught-ers,"liv- Our lives to eternity go Bessie nelra. near the old home. Miss Nell Hancock. Antha lives in the home with her In reverie sad, but enchanting, Mary Wiufrey. Fpnd accents again he could hear, brothers, Ruel anclTiobert. v Martha Grissom. Mrs. Cabbell was a member of the Dear,Ju ages of the departed, paR-beare- rs " Imagined, they still lingered" near, Invisible to mortal vision, As ministering spirits around Wllere all that was mortal now sleep- - AIlen'Eubank. Otho Miller. Sam Smith. Joe Wilson. eth Bedeath this hallowed ground. ISeartwo marble head stones he ried, Wallace Ccifcy. Creel Beck. tar-- 1 Lawrence Antle. SEVENTH GRADE Letitia Paull. ". I ! 1 I J Co'-umb- ia I m iitw nrr w -- AI.-..1-- j ex-Fede- I I I -- - i j 51-4- , i i re-ere- ct , I ; .. ...... - can-dou- bt er - e. the-entir- eJ 40-2- m 4 -- ..::: -- i.- J -- . ., -- . ?J?- M s&rA 5P&J J I . , ?u - - )2L: h ., K. r J , v J?s -- Cx rA 7t "V 4- - 'W.sil r ', r. .i Jt - - I'' WV nc A, J9 &, tN L. THE ADAIR COUNT? NEWS Will Fill a Long Felt Want. Springfield, Mo., Oct. 15, 19' - Roosevelt Endorses Bryan. KERRH OBC Mr. Roosevelt or his policies at this time, while he is suffering from the murderous assult made upon him. '1 would rather occupy the time in denunciation of the deed Columbia. and in expression, of sympathy These trucks are in use here hopes for his speedy and in other places by the whole- for him and recovery, but the issues of the sale houses and prove satisdeterfactory, and I believe would campaign should not be mined by the act of a mad man. prove profitable on the pike. They must be settled by the A round trip could be made sane rather than the insane. daily, and a truck of good size "Neither Col. Roosevelt nor and power would carry twice or ordinary freight his friends could ask that the Mr. Editor: Some time ago I read in the News of the establishment of an Automobile line between Columbia and Campbellsville for passenger traffic. This was certainly a move in the right direction, and one that will fill a long felt want and sure to be appreciated The by the traveling public. comfort, to say nothing of the time saved, commends itself to all. I wish to suggest to the enterprising gentlemen who own these machines the advisability of placing an Auto freight truck on the pike to carry freight to and from ' The following statement was issued by Colonel Reosevelt at Mercy Hospital in answer to what Mr. Bryan said in his speech in Franklin, Ind. "I wish to express my cordial agreement with the manly and proper statement of Mr. Bryan at Franklin, Ind., when in arguing for a continuance of the discussion of the issues at stake in the contest, he said." "It ismbarrassing to discusse am GARDHi Y The auto is not. only a luxury from GOOD FOR BARN "USE. the standpoint of the pleasure It gives to members of the farmer's family, but Variety of Employment May Be Found It comes well within the class of a For Handy Window Jack. great convenience when it is used on A window jack for repairing, clean emergency trips to town for repairs Ing and painting the windows and the needed in a busy time. A member of the New York health commission has decided that there Is just as great need for individual drinking vessels for horses as there is for separate cups for folks. The idea has much to commend It, but just how It Is to be worked out is a problem. ! TEACHING AGRICULTURE. F.ETRIGG CENTRAL ROGUE RIVER I OREGON CORRESPONDENCE VALLEY 1 I SGtlCITCD wrQ t HL irvrffy This matter must not be reprinted without special permission. The proper time to cut the corn for the silo is when the corn plant contains, in ears, stalk and leaves the largest amount of food value, and this will be when the lower leaves and husks have begun to turn yellow and when the ear has become Arm and dented. j B,000 carloads of peaches from orchards covering a territory of not more than 8,000 acres. The United States produces two-fl- f ths and having, sixteen drive wheels has of the world's output of coal, which in lately been ordered by a West Virginia nll ... i. ,! 4 railroad to be used In pushing freight j Ull UUIUUUICU IV UUUUl i short tons, this country's production cars up a heavy grade. amounting to 19G,221,1GS tons. Great From two counties in western Colo- Britain led in coal production until 1899, since which time the United rado, Mesa and Delta, there will have been shipped by the close of the season States has held flrst place. . An engine weighing 540,000 pounds ... nnn-nnn- nrl UU -- I j That the agricultural course as added to the town high school course may be of definite as well as of very practical value Ls shown In the work done by this department of the Albert Lea openings In the barn should find a (Minn.) high school during the past year in the matter of forming a cow place on every farm. The accompanyA good deal of ing Illustration will show the reader testing association. how such a jack may be easily con interesting data were collected, and some valuable facts were brought t structed. The upper drawing shows the jack light. Among these was the discovery completed and will be understood that the poorest herd tested averaged without further elaboration. The low-- ! bnt ninety pounds of butter fat per er drawing shows the jack In place in cow during the year, while the average production of the best herd was 313 pounds of butter fat. In the one case the net profit per cow was $7, while In th'e second it was over 50. Individual cows that were tested, It was , found, had been kept at an actual loss. If the establishment of these agri j cultural courses in high schools did nothing more than to arouse the farm-- i ers of the community to the necessity out the loafers In their , of weeding j dairy herds they w would amply justify their establishment. But they will do much more not only confer a definite practical good upon the community, but fire many an otherwise indifferent boy with a desire to know more about the fundamental principles of a better as well as more scientific type of agrl J The quiet resignation of dwellers in the northern portion of the corn belt in the midst of sweltering weather sorely needed for a belated corn crop is one of the Interesting traits of our modern agricultural civilization. Those Interested in the progress of agricultural education will be pleased to learn the fact that the number of special institutions that are teaching agriculture in the United States has Increased from 545 to 875 within the last two years. thrice that of an In some sections of the northern, states where the small grain crop hasr been heavy this season a good deal of annoyance has been caused farmers who have left their grain in the shock The Men Who Succeed by crickets, the Insects gnawing the as heads of large enterprises are men twine with which the bundles were bound. deof great energy. Success, mands health. To ail is to fail. It's The department of agriculture at utter folly for a man to endure a weak, Washington has lately made an offer of ed. half alive condition when 5 cents each for live bedbugs. DoubtElectric Bitters will put him right on less these are needed for strictly scienA party from here with 3 ma- his feet in short order. "Four bottles tific purposes, but readers of the daily chines made a trip to Colorado did me more real good than any other papers are of the opinion that they are at and returned, and had but one medicine'I ever took," writes Chas. "bughouse" enough now down any "Washington without propagating more B. Allen, Sjivania, Ga. "After years tire punctured. Another party of suffering with Rheumatism, liver of these bloodsucking pests. to-da- y, run-down, wagon now in use, and the gasoline bill would be less than the keep of team. When I came to Springfield 7 years ago, there were only 4 or 5 automobiles here, and now there are over 200 in use, and of the latest and most improved type, and the number fast increasing. These machines go all over the country road. It is true we have better roads than in Adair county because they are thrown up and graded, but as a rule not gravel- discussion be turned away from the principles that are involved. If he is elected president, it should be because of what he has done in the past and what he proposed to do, a maniac, however cowardly and dastardly his deed, is not the arbiter to whom to submit a presidential contest. " The first butterfly farm in the world Is to be established at Red Bank. N. J., by business men from New York. This la to furnish society ladies who entertain extensively butterflies of rare and beautiful coloring to flit about in their conservatorie's and parlors. left for the Eastern and New England States and have reach- ed Vermont. ! i has a height of 105 feet, a spread 'of was shorfc of funds or was one of 212 feet and a diameter ten feet from the ground of nearly ten feet thoS8 economical citizens, who I understand there is a statute It may be a matter or imagination, ynder which the county may do not believe in fooling away but the writer is of flie impression take stock in and buildifive miles money even on such rare occas- that the much advertised and vigI m Tomoefrmrn anr Creelsboro. all of which I hearti v endose. But the only way Jiave these pikes is for a reason-- ! able number of men to form a company, secure a charter, right of way, and go to work with traction engine hooked to a roao plow, followed by a grad- er, a 'id rockcrusher, under the direction of a superintendent. With the advent of automo biles a noticeable improvement in it completely barked, browsed and killed. The owner of the farm will county roads. And many farm-- 1 realize 4 per head ou the animals, beA Cheap Man. sides having them clean up the brush. ers ride into town with their famlies, or loaded with farm pro- Oklahoma seems to have taken the lead in the rapid development ' of ducts and return in 2 or 3 hours. After buyinp; a marriage li- - demonstration work for the improve- I have read Some articles re- - fppnsp a nrnsnPnhVp hrirlpo-rnnrin meut of farming. It has 1.375 cotton lative to building pikes from Paducah "kicked" against nav- - demonstrators, 1,312 corn demonstrators and '1S1 Kaffir demonstrators, f trouble, stomach ranged Kidneys, I to Electric Bitters, Try them. Only Drug Co. disorders and deIn an instance which came under the am again, thanks writer's notice the other day 1,200 sound and well." goats were used in clearing a large M cents at Paul farm of hazel brush. While there was blue grass in the nearby pasture, they , kept at the hazel brush until they had ' , j . n rinlitmhia ! tonot j An number of states are growing these and with the rem9rk' "r girls are ofenrolled products, and 3,533 breaking away from the long estab- in girls" canning Ilshed contract labor system and in- clubs. won,fc Pay n0 three dollars to git stead are employing their convicts in One of the most attractive tret?s to the the work of permanent road improvemarried," left for the tall and niftiiThe plan in operation means tourist in the Golden State is the valley at a uncut. Whether he found any- oak that dots the meadows and pas-- not only labor fouudcomparatively low cost but it is that the outdoor ' tures of the Sacramento valley. One body who would perform the of the most symmetrical specimens of employment, with its sunshine, fresh air and vigorous physical exercise, is a of ceremony afc a cheaper rate has this variety deep oak. which 'is broad godsend to the men thus employed. topped and rooted, is fouud ou ' ! I the state are ing S3 to a magistrate' to tie the in clubs the object of whichenrolled is the 9,370 boys of "R. while, The equippiug of a home forge which need not cost to exceed SG or $7 and the posting of oneself in regard to the simpler blacksmithing processes would WINDOW JACK. often save both time and money during From Farm and Ranch. a rush season of farm work, when more likely than not the town black- a window. The oin is made of au i smith is overloaded with the same kind strong wood, such as oak or hickory. , of repair jobs. j or it may be an iron pin. As will be seen, several holes are One of the largest, if not the largest, bored In the inside end of the lack and peach ranches in the world is situated, at various angles, so the jack will tit j in southwestern Arkansas. It contains iUiy thickness of walls. The top board :',sW) acres or bearing trees, and the should be at least fourteen or sixteen j crop this year totaled 223,000 bushels. Inches wide, and the lact should he It took 1,500 pickers and packers to well nailed and braced, as illustrated. handle the crop, and these people Farm and Ranch. camped In and near the orchard while the harvest was in progress, SELECT SEEDJC0RN EARLY. The tomatoes already set on the Many Advantages In This Plan. vines may be hastened to maturity, as Keep Close to Type. well as increased in size, if the vines On of the main reasons why seed are pruned back rather heavily. Incorn should be selected early la to be . stead of being used In the growth of new shoots and the setting of more reasonably sure it will grow the fol , year when planted, says a Min fruit, the strength of the root system nesota bulletin. will be used In the development of Early selected seed corn Is the corn that fruit already on the vines. that usually gives the best stauii Without a good stand' It is impossible The revivifying effect of a heavy to get a maximum yield, and it cost- rain following a period of protracted no more to raise a yield of corn with drought Is said to be due In part to the a perfect stand than doe3 to raise fact that such a rain contains an un- field with a 60 to 70it per cent stand usual amount of nitrogen, which It Every good kernel of corn has in it : absorbs from the air as it is precipitat- live, though very small, corn plain ed. Samples of such rain water have easily injurm plant been found to contain as high as .525 This kept is tender and under favorable condition unless of a grain of ammonia to each gallon. Seed corn that is not thoroughly cold weather will freeze. Tli. In view of the oft repeated claim of freezing of the kernel causes It to ex . the physical superiority of the white pand. thus injuring the germ, or lilt i man over his Indian brother, it is in- plant, lowering its vitality and ofn-.- i teresting to note that the champion all destroying it. so the kernel will not get round athlete of the international minate. It is well. If possible, to li:ii Olympic games held at Stockholm, every ear of seed corn selected befmi Swedeu, while a citizen of the United a killing frost. Sjtate.s in the legal sense of the word, In the choice of corn for seed on, ; is nevertheless a full blooded Indian . selects the ean. ue believes ui ortnefeacanutostnue. give ira the largest yieia of IMg' ; corn the following year. I,t is a i;o: A lont time before the colt gets j nlan to choose an ear of corn tU.. .. tnrougu sucking it should Ue petted and i js as near the type wanted as possible handled enough so that it won't be a then Ueep this "ear from year to ywn stranger to it later, when the time 0r until you get a better one. At an conies to break it to driving The value rate, have a sample ear that you m: of many a promising horse is reduced i00k at occasionally to help yon' :: materially because this job of handling following one. Keep this type : is put ofl" until the colt gets set in its handy when selecting corn in the t:r t ways and not only becomes set. but has .U1,i jn the spring, when the final - j the strength to have Its own way some-- lection is made, it is well to comiwi times. .,ii ears carefully with the type ear ! I I I ! ! s culture. PLANTING BULBS. September Is the time for planting a number of the flowering bulbs whose blossoms are prized alike for beauty as "vve11 as richness of fragrance. Among these are the calla. crocus, hyacinth, narcissus and tulip. This Is for outdoor baling purposes. For Indoor use the bulbs should be put in pots at once or several weens laxer, depending npon the time when one wishes to have the TOter flas Iounn P'anis D,oom- - ' the four Inch tomato can satisfactory or tb Hyacinth and narcissus, the jagged tops being removed by putting in a bed of coals. The bulbs should be set in these about half an inch below the surface in a light sandy soil, the pots when ready being put In a box and covered with two or three Inches of soil and the whole bein given a thorough watering. "Waterings should be given at intervals so that the soil i be kept moderately moist A cession of bloom may be had by taking nn the Dots containing the bulbs after v they have rooted, one or two at a time, and placing them where they will de velop. In the case of the hyacinth, and similar bulbs It ls well to remember that the richest bloom is had If the plants are not exposed to the direct suc-lowi- sunlight A NEEDED LAW PASSED. inspection of all imported thorough The bill mentioned in these notes some weks ago that provides for the nurserv stock, fruit vegetables and yt ... - ... J i t j ; 1 i florists. stock ,ately passcd both houses of congress and became law on receiving the signature' of the president The securing of this needed legislation, in which the United States until now has been behind all other civilized nations, should be a matter of congratuiatiou for .,n tll0Se j,lterest- ed in the tilling of the soil and in its various products in floriculture, horticulture and agriculture. Immense loss has been inflicted upon the interests mentioned by posts that bae gained access to the country s a rrtwlt of there being no :ideii:ite inspection regulations in fuive to wnnl Uhjjm off. Hevoming law thus iat th mw regu- t loss already latious cannot sustained, but thvy will serve a keep other pests out uimI evrut lite spread from nc of a fungous or inject pn-veii- state to another iet ' increasing ! f ' - ! 1 not been recorded. . Possibly he the i Bidwcll ranch in Butte county'', 'it of pike from county seat whenever citizens will build remainder to the county line. If I am correct and the county will give such aid I am willing to become one of 25 men to build a pike to .the river at Creelsboro. I hope .the other 24 will speak out and send in names. While I reside here as an official, I claim my legal residence and citizenship at Columbia, and feel an interest in the progress welfare of her people. N. B. Miller. -- I "Answer "to Many Letters. When you have a bad cold you want so as to tlic besb medicine obtainable possible. as little delay as it with rfiui-"X have Here is a druggist's opinion: Remedy Cough sold Chamberlain's ifor fifteen years," says Enos Lollar of .Saratoga, Ind., "and consider ib the lieston the market." For sale by 3?aull Drug Co. r, e orously prosecuted fly killing camions as when matrimonial al- - paign that has been w;iged the past few months has had a very, noticeable liances are being entered into by effect in reducing the numbers of this In the immediate due process of law. In either commoti iesr. which the writer neighborhood in lives As showing that agricultural lauds there is not one fly where two years of these situations, the ago there were ten. T:et the good in the upper Mississippi valley are advancing rapidly in price it is only is entitled to congradu-Iation- s, work go on. necessary to cite the case of the north in case the marriagejivas The trouble with Oct. 15 as a state Iowa farmer who listed his farm with field corn day a day named by the a real estate agent a short, time ago declared off. Stanford Journal. well knowu corn specialist. Professor at $100 an acre. The agent was to Holdcn, some years ago is that in two have what he could et for the place fall seasons since very heavy and kill- above the price mentioned, and In a ing freezes have occurred on dates couple'of weeks he had found a buyer prior to that time. As a result of this at a hundred and a quarter. The state Saved by His Wife. even Mr. Ilolden recommended of mind of the former owner of this She's a wise woman who knows ' Oct 1 as a proper has to select the parcel of ground can be better imagln- time just what to do when her husband's ' Keed ears, while there are others who ed than described. life is in danger, but Mrs. 11. J. PI int. believe that this important item of Braintree, Vt., is of that kind. "She farm work ought to be attended to not Although there are quite a number nf dairymen who are inclined to disinsisted ou my using Dr. King's JSTew i later than Sept 21. credit the tuberculin test as a means Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for a While .the bite of mosquitoes Is gen- tt detecting the presence of tuberculodreadful cough, when I was so jweak my friends all thought 1 had only a erally considered harmless except that us in dairy cows and stupidly contend the test Is going out of use, it is process disease short time to live, and it completely In the bitinginto the human germs are that system, a intercsUng to note the fact that every Introduced cured me." A quick cure for coughs number of Instances have been report- state in the Union except, ithode Isand colds, it's the most safe and reli ed this year where the bites of these land. West ' Virginia. Nevada. Ohio, able medicine for many throat and j Insects have been accompanied with Illinois and Florida has laws preventlung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup more serious results than follow the ing the importation of dairy animals whoopjng cough, quinsy, tonsilitis sting of bees. A Wisconsin farmer was unless they have been given the tuberculin test and have been free hemorrhages. A trial will convince so savagely and repeatedly bitten by from disease. It Is more found likely mosquitoes the other day that he not than you. ?0cts, and $1. Guaranteed by only could not find his way home, but that the states mentioned will follow died an hour' later as a result of the the example of those in which the law Paull Drug Co. is now in force. bites. s, bride-to-have-been One state pure food commissioner of whom we read the other day proposes to take the necessary lepra I steps to compel retailers of fruit to protect their products from the flies. lie contends that when flies deposit germs on fruit it becomes adulterated within the meaning of the law. Consumers of fruit who are used to seeing flies roost on it before buying would be gratified if this interpretation of food laws should become general ! i j j I I ; ! i ' I . PROTECTION FROM LIGHTNING. A friend wliu-- e house has been hit by lightning three tiuwH ia the past Let us devote a few minutes ot live years askwl the writer lint other c pity to the poor farmer's wife day about the value of lightning rod c far away from the bargain as a moans of protection duriap olec trical storms. The truth about tltL J tch fire engines pass by. matter can be put in a nutheil. A The only place they have t play lightning rod poorly insulated ami imis God's out of doors. She can properly grounded is worse than m rod not go to the telephone and or- 51 at all. for while it attracts a bot of der, with a careless air, stale lightning it in no way protects reX fruit ai'vflted vegetables for ft structure ou wlik'h it h erect"! Ou dinn-r- . must go out and J the other hand, n vm prnrly put J things fresh from gath r t' comes as near being cotnplett- luewir vine. Early in the v a nee against iiKinniiig uania-- e as it is the tiee ami morning she must get up to see osslbIe to have. Sik-- an equipment that her better half does not , , should be secured from i reliable Mrm oversleep She shares the worU that has a permanent tcstotfiee address of the loiic day with her hits n j and put up by oue "f thttr rereseuta- ' baud: im rime to murmur at her tives who unden.tiiiuN.liN buaiuass lot: uo city Joys, only the tele thoroughly ami not. from some traasp phone, the cackling of the hen iu making a , who is chiefly concerned and rural mail delivery to divert wad of easy money by questionable her mind while she is toiling ra.i methods. t out In the quiet country TAKING CHANCES. The gambling instinct Is as common to the man who tills the soil as to the Orchard and Garden. fellow who hangs around rave courses. noticed his After the strawberry bed has been In the former class it ischance ofinseriwillingness to run the set and cared for through the sum mer, it should be mulched through th ous damage to his grain through thrash ing It from, the shock rather than winter. A bed uncovered in the earl stacking it as soon as cut and thrashing spring Is pretty sure to start to grow at leisure later in the fall. Probably too early. in one-hathe seasons as they come Make a most thorough inspection or and go shock thrashing may be done all fruit and vegetables befdrw ptawith fair satisfaction, but the trouble ing them In storage pits or cellar tiiii with the business in states that are The least abrasion of the skin on fruiN subject to late summer rainfall is that will be rot later on. and a speck or one can never forecast the weather a at this time will mean au entirely ruin week ahead. The result of this is that ed product in midwinter, to say noth If one is on the tail end of the thrashing of the other products It may con ing list and the weather is bad his tamiuate and spoil. grain Is likely to be in bad shape before Some rotten manure will be needed he gets it in tha bin. If stacked at once next spring to place In the bottom of the grain can be thrashed at leisure, the flats and probably to mix. with soil and the stubble can be plowed early, to be used for seed sowing and trans which is nnothc distinct advantage. planting. Now is the time to look out for this supply. Either rotten horse manure or cow manure will serve the purpose. If this cannot be found a compost pile should be made at once and turned a few times during the winter to Improve its texture-- . - TOO BAD! -- I ."te t -- t ! - ? u ! , i ! JAMMV.. lf ri V; iA s c M T. ,l 3 AIR COUNTY NEWS SUNDAY SCHOOLS ' Will HON. J. B. WEAVER. MISS MAUDE L DANCE. f W. J. VAUGHAN. Ken Ky . UF KENTUCKY State Convention. Will Meet ar j Preside at Big Sunday School Will Conduct Conference at Sunday i Sunday School Field Worker In School Convention. Convention. tucky Convention. Hon. .1. B. Weaver of Louisville N Miss Maude L. Dance of Louisville. Mr. W. J. Vaughan of Louisa. the president of the Kentucky Sunday Ky., assistant elementary superintend- one of the field worker of the School Association and will preside at ent of the Kentucky Sundiiy School As tucky Sunday School Association. the State Convention to be held in V. sociation, who will bp one of the speak- - t wil make his report at the State FINE PROGRAM Kin wlm Con i I . ashamed, 8:30 Sons service. Professor E. O. Ex- ' r a 1 rkk rl 8:43 Devotidhal. Rev. Clinton S. Quin. 1 truth." rightly dividing tho word or 1 Paducah OCTOBER : " FOR CONVENTION ) ' I, I , j, Mini -- MIMIII Kentucky Sunday Five Schools Days, In Paducah. Ky. "The Secretary." Mr. Walter E. Fra-ze- e, Louisville. Ky. 9:20 "How to Grade a Sunday School." 9:40 "Tho What and TTow of Teacher Traininp." Mr. W. C. Pearce, Chicago. 10 Bible study honr. "Character Slxidy Joseph." Rev. F. N. Palmer, T. T. 10:45-So- ng. Session 10:53 11:13 U:23-"- The Kentucky Sunday School The Fie-port- er.' 29 TO NOVEMBER 1. "STANDARDS" WILL BE THEME Professor E. O. Excell of Chicago and Professor A. W. Roper of Winona Lake Will Lead Musi5 Hundreds of State's Sunday School Workers to Attend. ! Forty-SeventJ Famous Musicians to Be Present. Among Noted Speakers Are W. C. Pearce, Rev. F. N. Palmer, Rev. W. Fred Long and Various State Lead- ers and Divines. The Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sunday Sellout Association will be held in Paducah Oct 1. The state executive committee has put forth every effort to make this the greatest convention ever held in the state, and in forming the program has secured experts co eriug every department of Sunday School endeavor. The pastor, the u perintendeitt. the teacher, the pupil. Hie parent, all who are in anv way inter ested In building up a true citizenship for our state and who desire to ha the right influences come Into the lh i of the boys and girls, will And some thing helpful at the various session-anconferences of the convention. The music will be in charge of Professor E. O. Excell of Chicago, who will have as his pianist Professor A W. Roper of Wiuona Lake, Ind. Thetwo men led the music at the World -Sunday School Convention in Washing Forty-seventh 20-Nod i ' Business, announcements, etc. Woikors' Library." Mr. W. C. Pearce. Business men's luncheon. THURSDAY AFTERNOON Conferences. i. Elementary division. Broadway .Methodist church: secondary division. Kiri Christian church; adult division. Fhst Presbyterian church. Conference of county and district 4:13 to 7:C) "District Organization." Mr. V. c I'f.m-e- ; "Tho County Map." Miss Marv K Price. Louisville; "I'slnjc Facts. Ml.w Frances L. Grlgsby; "tnx-mitt- tj Mteiinjis" Mr. Huston Quin. 2-- oili-ce- rs. The following Is the program of the h Stale Sunday Schoo v Convention of Kentucky Oct l, l!il, Jiroadway Methodist Cbuvch. corner Seventh and Broadway, Padu 29-No- can: I , Leader ot music. Professor E. O. Excell Chicago, 111. Accompanist. Professor Alvln W. Koper. Winon.x Lake, Ind. Convention themo. "Standards." "And David consulted with tho captains of thousands and of hundreds, even with every leader." Broadway MKhodlst church, Seventh and Broadway; secondard division, Flist T THPRSDAY EVENING yv all of the tithes Into tlm "Brin storehouse, that thero may be meat in mine h't:o Mid prove mo herewith, saith the I.oid of hosts, IC I will not open you the windows' of heaven and pour yon out a blt.snir. that there shall not be room enough 10 receive it" 7:30 Sons &eivice. Professor K. O. li lender 7:43 leotloi:al. Rev II. W. BurH. Tadueali 8 TresiMiier's report. , 8J3 Pi equation Of roanants. tex-co- tuesdy afternoon. Conferences, Elementary division " - 8:30 9 Orrermjr. HON. It. WEAVEK. - ... . , - ers and conduct one of the conferences. , -n ducult, Ky., UCU t I, besides i nf. fh S1,f p n W. .1. VAUailAN. f, s makinsr one of tlie addresses at the U) ,)e ho,d ,n r.1(lucau Ky" 0(.t j at Paducah, Ky convention. .Mr. Weaver Is one of the on v,,. ..,.v. .. . ventiou to be held Vaughan has a. m.i 1. dtue Oct Jir. l j most popular men in the state and year w.ull the association, but with her splendid wot!: in the interests of the known to hi host of Sunday fcchot pie,,Sh,u oronality and charming wax Sunday School of the state and i friends as "Sunshine Weavei". ', 0f pres,..,!!.. her topics she has mad. great favorite .ith all who know hima pre.sldeijt of the Sim ftIemU w,,e,wer sh(J h.,s vNUwl has been . day School Association more times MISS FRANCES L GRIGSBY. than any one else. lie Is a very buy REV. T. C. GEBAUER. lawyer, but finds time to devote to the Office SecroMry Has Charge of Sunday Sunday School cause. One of Kentucky Sunday School's School Statistics. Leading Field Workers. r Miss r.iiires L. Grighby of Ixmis- REV. GEORGE A. JOPLIN. Kev. T. O. Gebauer of Ilelidersou secretary of the vllle is .he oHk-Ky., h nte of the field workers of Sunday School Vsofiation. Keutue Will Kentucky General Secretary Sunday School who wi'i which wi'l hold its convention m Speak at Sunday School Convention. make their v'tmiual lejtort.s at the St it. Paducah. Ky., Oct. I nli: 1. Rev. Ceorge A Jopliu of Louisyille ConviMiriua to be held at Padncnh of the Si.n her direction the sat!sti's Ky., ! the seneral etietary of ihe wnBannHLKi jtssmm 29-No- v. .i.U. I (M:i i I S?rvr-s- 1 ( .. yU?V f x if" i i i ""SlSA&S '',ri',K wfl.- 1 tmas. inaiii v i 1 Sf . ' I i I 1 ID. ,, tho Modern SumUy Mr. "W. C Pearce. FRIDAY MORNING. "Let lit. o up at once and possess it. for wo are well able to ovcrcomo it." 8:00 Sonj: ?eivice. Professor E. O. ll leader. 8:43 Devotion il. Rev. Hugh "VVatsDn. Paducah S R.jort of conferences, niemejitary, Miss Mary U Wilson. Maysvllle, "Ivy.: secondary. Mrs. Mildred J. Davis, Paducah, Ky.. adult. Mr. Kvan S. Rees, K.. county and distiiut otticcrs, Mr. C J. Nugent. Jr., Loulsillc, Ky. 10r:ib!e study hour. Bev. F. N. Palmer. Scliool .Movement," "The .Meaning o Y.x-ce- S 1) W.Uidoi K'-i- i- "M'p StudifM Palestine ."St-.- " aa th Fr 11: . d L .i '. i:t..-.h-s- :ihislni; tlw School." Mr. W-- e ll.M' -- J UD-Xo- v. Hb SS1 Wrt'XM?sF''l9t iW&SfPr'i r-4. W Coni rii . election of oilicns Sunday School Orsamawl.-M- r 0 " 1 r.tirev. f supoiintenuviits. itHAY AFTERNOON. tvictf. tn. I. . I $mz .''' I l 8gwyi!W'.'.VFj.vaia.l..jiw."-.:i-.rin- ? 1 H tesraOKsSSaiT Dfii'iiW3'v4??fffi3lW?C5SrCtTa,'Jl feH .. i." 1 li!rmr II. v. K. X EamiHj V. G. Xjutg. t'Kr-- -- jtar Mortc IO. k - sk , , "5-iir!- - :..t nv . . t. try 1. Rev l.i.u 3:4." Mi- -- Hi:"ii -W lile -C . orker, Ai lie. Ky. . Grjj atadp4rt l Dane. 3" :..!Tratntatr tk Xio r .ftM nor'- - rr.m the . .- iitary hit. Mr. froai tb iwWr- -. V. C. wirirk from tlM Mte . Joplin. Fwm. - Nannie !- - Wwrjr-st- r. juiuoi. ih-ih- maij roH Mw Ky.; Toesfamers Il'i't: i Walker. LoulsvUte. Ky.: prt ; i. iiference. tuUvill, Cradle M'.-M!.-- . - Katie Falne, Toulavttle, Nannie Le Frayer. VLf hutrhD. cll 7 FRIDAY KVXNUjCt. e doer.of tlie won! ana "Rut t KIuUln ywurselvea." lioaiern t ,i 7.ft Son; murlcv. Profc-vaoE. O. r . T ' diieali. Ky. M1m N; Ixv't'owil. Rev. A, M. WM ' 8"Th Siery U llMe and Hwr ? 4". lA.1 1. . 8. tn a-- '() nine Lee Frayser. -ie ciHylidL. rEAittz: IVaree. i I i Mlnnte ISxpreaakma." Bible In Aetton." Mm; V v REV. W. F. L0M& ton, and aNo at tlie International Sun day Schcml Couveiitioii at San Franc co. One t these ' been nttin. ' called the "inuic kin?" and the othei the "piano wizanl." ' . SKA " I'llOfrri Ok K. O KXCK1 L. ! The International Asswiation will i Chicago, who for many yen re ha" lw at the heaI of the organized adult Hi ble class movement in America. M will speak on such topics as "The Wh." t and H0v of Teacher Trainina:," i Bible Class and Its Meaulns the Wond,' "Th Sunday School 1 ganized." "The Dible In Action." Mi Pearce is a man of deep spiritual pow er and will help every one who has the opportunity of healing him . Dr. Palmer on Program. , Rev. F. N. Palmer. D. D.. of Winona .L,aire, ir.u.. win nae iour perious oj Bible study. Dr. Palmer will attend rmiv a few conventions this year, and Ku tucky has boon peculiarly fortunate in securing him at 'his time. Rev. W. Fred Long, general see: ots.r. of the Mississippi Sunday School Aso elation, will be among the speakers and romes to pay a visit to hi old bona as he is a IventucKiun and spent mi- -' of the years of his early manhood Paducah. lie is nov. one of the mo t successful Sunday School workers, in America. One of Ins addresses will In "The Boy Over li'ool mil." Kentucky Speakers. Among the speakers from Kentucky will be Judge C. C. Grassbam of Pa ducah. Hon. J. B. Weaver of Louis ville. president of the stale nsboi ia tion: Iiev. George A. Jopliu, genc-- ii secretary of the slate association; Ilmi Huston Quin of Louisville, chairn a of the .state executive committee; Ite T. C. Gebauer of Llcnderson, Mr. W .1 Vaughan of Louisa, and aliss Maude L. Dance of Louisville, all field workers of the state association; Miss Frances L. Grigsby of Lo'dsville, oliice of the state association; Miss Xannie Lee Frayser of Louisville. o well known everywhere as a speaker of rare ability. Walter Frazee. state superintendent of the Kentucky Bible School Association; Itev. Byron Tl. UP Southern Baptist D- D-- . of Theological seminary, Louisville; Miss Madeline Beager of Louisville, Mrs. Agnes L. Eifort of Ashland. Mr. C. J. ugent Jr., of Louisville, president of Vthe Jefferson CouRty A&soelation. and many others who tvIH tike part in the conferences. This vjil' be a wonderful pportunity to meet wltt the leading 'Sunday School workers of the state and be able to csk and have answered any of tlie questions that are trnu bllng you. "'r'i-Adulsct-reta- LjSbbE?; r-- C-s If l'aAr c i IM'V. T. AMr IS HELD. Oct rr t -- .i 'iia.r a hum I?i. I Kentnck.;. Sunday Seliooi Assoeiatioii and vtill he om of tlie speakers, at' . a u mini convention of the nsooIatii" to be heM at I'adm ah. Ky.. Oct. J.- With his bright snide he has brought joy to many lives and has made the Uihle an open book in many homes 129-No- v. 1. WHERE CONVENTION j i jov- j j MR. i E. E. BELL "Chairman of General Committee of Sunday School Convention. Mr. K B P.ell of Paducah. Ky.. the chairman of the general, committee that Is making arrangements for the ) Sunday School Meeting to Take Plcs In Paducah, Ky. L,.nadwa MethodNr Church. Padu here tin .Mini!-'- ' 'onvontio'i ah. Kv v Christian church. Seventh am) Jefferson: adult division. Firl Prenbytcrian church, MMM,Avc. OI'IGSHY. .n Se.fth ind TPHSDAY KVENINO. day Schools of the state are tratiluu-"So" wo will ' eaeli year. A Sunday School map was joinedbuilt the wall, and all the together unto liaK tho holsht .showing these statistics will be an thereof, fo- - tin people had a mind to interesting exhibit at tlie couvoution. work." i:j song rvice. froressor m. u. Chicago, lender. REV. c N. PALMER. V. D. Jnkln 7:i- - D.itional. Ucv Paducah, Ky 8 Welcome addtess. Judiro C. C Grsiss- '.Bible Student Will Speak at Sunday . i , oi. ..uo. w.,vC..u. 8::0-"- A Kentucky, Prosidunt Cieati-Rev. I". X. Palmer. I). D.. of Wiuon.. j. n Weivw. LoultvillL. Ky ' Together." Mr. Huston 1lke, Ind.. is a Bible student and InnMu... " f bivo n poi'ionei. wlin dnri . "JUin. I.nuisi ....... ...... . ,,..Hie, Ivj. v.-n .irrt, Kev t and Eillck-iicy.- ' the last eight .ear-- has been teilui Geonje A Joplln. Louisville, Ky. of the English Bible in the Wiaon. WEDNESDAY MORNING. J'-!- ': . i , tt.x-cel- Mississippi General Secretary to Speak at Sunday Sciwe! Meeting, V. IUv Itii o Mk(.. i 'be geuerat swretary f Mississippi SuwUy S iionl As5teHpH aud fM- - f the- mn wh are tir'lwf; JtaM. - t I l, I ,:- I r I I S:4-"Wi- ..... ..!...... ...... . 1 i . . ,. I:1 t .ehools.duiing which time. dealing wit'. the boys and girls of the high s !'. acre, he ha- - had m rare eperlen' I -- , ii shall tread upon, to you have I given It. S:30 Sons service. Professor E. O. Ex- cell, leader. s :4o ug votio na i Rev. H. M. Wclsecke. 0 "Gleanings." Hev. T. C. Gebauer. Henderson, Ky. "Gaining Ground." Mr W. J 0:13 Vaughan. Louisa. Ky. "BoRinnitips," Miss Maude L. 9:30 Dance, Louisville, .Ky. 9:45 "The Poetry of Statistics," Mis Frances L. Grigshy, Louisville. 10 Bible study hour. Kev. F. Is". Palmer. is." D. D.", Winona Lake. Ind. "Rook Study-Genes- CJ' J'V.V vi. V"- - '' v- - -- w - Paducah, Ky. i ; JP If X- - "xS ! ' i$ JC 3SW tf . W '- SPgSc'lZ '$f$m. ' L h5ai &&& 4i355T'J "- i' S j .''fe'S...aWBSB4'iS mit 1K iWHW :;'; "i. IT wm&Kj"&-L-- a' , -. nilf' UiJfHi7i -- Song peivlco. 'The Sunday School as an Evangelistic Force." Professor Byron H. D. D.. Louisville. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. "In the name of our God wo will set up 10: 11:15-Da-Me- nt, - s- -'i ry Lxm&&z&imn. Wv .. vA-: y -- ni!OAlWAV iietSsfAct. i. -M. 'e CIiriU'H. lAri '.!' 20-No- ffe1 : . AU.9&aMSht'A. , kv. AtSS-irx- . A. . . . . " - K s-- v ,')ys s Vy t De-Me- nt of Ihe ciation Large peeled o Kentucky Sunday School will be held Oct numbers of delegates ure ex trom all parts- of Kentucky. 1 -- m&r iiK ir?!S97 MWS JSJ3Lt Tk. iU.iwi. Z.tt'Shr'l-i'Ti-Si- sm mat Jam.? jmj&msssm; Mm mtzm?&mMT& s ..E8&&mJL A4Ng4sesa JimjSmf jtlKfatfa. our banners." oJ(IH - 1J - --- J- t7. --a j f.o.va. IVC, leader. 2:15 Professor E. O. Excell KCV. " . t..V i" Devotional. Rev. S. E. Tuil. Psdu- Kev. George A. Jop- I lln. 2:45 3 2i$mL iJlM&tAWls ;viM;.r : -- ! "The Big Movement." Professor W. J. McGlothlin. D D., Louisville, Ky. 3:13 "The Changed Question," Professor Byron H. DeMent. D. D. 3:co 3:-:- 0 lino E. Reager. Louisville. "Aiding Life Choices," Miss Made-- I t School Convention to be hold at Pa-- .X ' ducah. Ky., Oct. 2fKNov. l. "e 'vthemany friends one of the WIICU III! return j L speaker at the Kentucky Sunday, thiug ia tilt: - Formerly from ' i' HiSEtSS'wfPfR JA uoji&m ' ca izzyjyfitfm . In view of tlie State Convention oS"j i Jr., Louisville. Ky. the Kentucky Sunday School Associa-- i 3:55 "The Christian's Task." Mrs. T. J. tion being held in Paducah Oct 2JMinary, Louisville, Ky. 4 "Life's Center." Mr. C. J. Nugent. - Somj. Sunday School Sunday. o - . "A .New Patriotism," L. Elf oi t. Abhland. Ky. 4:10 Mrs. Agnes ! "K. E. J1EI.I.. I day School Association that will meet via Paducah Oct. 1. Mr. Belf would like to see at least 1,000 via dors attend the convention and sends a cordial .Invitation to all who are inter- ested in Sunday Schools and the great work they are doing. 20-Xo- State Convention of the Kentucky Sun r. j j j ! y Professor Roper, Pianist. Professor A. W. Roper of Winona REV. K. K. PAl.MF.n. Lake. Intl., will be the pianist at the State Convention of the Kentucky working at the problem "flow to dc Sunday School Association, which will telop a renl interest In Bible study." Dr. Palmer will fcave four periods for be held in Paducah, Ky.f Oct. L Mr. Upper has been the accompa Bible study at the 5tnt' Convention o' nlst at all the great Sunday School the Kentucky Sunday School Ky..ia Oct. at Paducah, conventions held In America for the tlon to be 1. It will be u wonderful op years and during the sum last three uwr has been giving daily piano recit portunlty for the Sunday School teach ers to secure just the help they most uIh to audiences of thousands of peop' need. 29-No- WEDNESDAY Jn!J7yXtd,nshccdtherctoaccord 7:30-S-ong "Wherewith shall a young man cleanse service. Professor E. O. " EVENING. - v Ab-oc- bd 29-No- v. to prea h sermons that morning on '"BL iiev. w. A. Flte. Pa- - ble Study" and at the evening service ducah. Ky. on "The Church Studying the Worrt 8 "Tho Boy Over Fool Hill." Mr; w. In It3 Sunday School." Programs or Fred Long. Jackson, Miss. 8:30 Bible study hour, Rev. F. N. Palm the State Convention will be sent to. nU er, D. D. 'Chart Study-T- he Ten' Com- - who will write for them to the KPn. ceil leader. 4:i3-ievou- onai. Ex- - I ! to make -- peclal mention of the COn ;Ing convention and pray for God's pastors are asked Pn iL - Nov. 1. Sunday, Oct. 27, has been design nated .- t- Sunday School Sunday. AH snperimciidents are asked on that drty i ! ! God, ' "Study show thyself approved unto gaIsirtI1e Trufit Building, Louisville T a wdj'lrnan that necdeth not to be i- - A ?. V. T,.t .-- "M '" K?0 4J 4 Sa. ,-- r. r s, 4-as: iSli5 ftf t Hf3- 'f . $$ 'T.jO HEW8lwrongtoate?u,?ibsn .'i . V :'iS '5 ! 'MlR " COUJtto'EWfe .ixi j V'. ' - v'---' -- &i-r?" .. ' " (HE ADAIR COUNTY alleged, can ititHbengntxo.tprce .. Published Every Wednesday t from a party its position andem- i - - BY THE blent in a state, and sweep it Adair County News Company. from the official ballot? Thou shalt not steal, Thou shaltnot ( incorporated.) steal Good motto, but better, so EDITOR. much better to live it. CHAS. S. HARRIS Democratic newspaper devoted to the ln- restof the City of Columbia and the people Adair and adjacent countlss. Post-office Democracy made .a notaole ''I; when gain United States Sen-atWorks, of California, a few days ago declared tor Wilson and called on all his friends to do likewise He has always been a wheel horse Republican, with his Weaning recently for Progressive- or I . . ATT ENTOMB 1 1 i . 4 f '. FARMERS and TIMBERMEN ness, and might have supported Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT Next Tuesday will decide the Roosevelt but for the fraudulent great national contest and set the manner in which his electors in HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, ' as sec . the country at rest for four more California were obtained, though Kentucky. Entered at tho Columbia ad class mall matter. i years. If the v6ry best of signs he hoes not regard Roosevelt as miscarry the Democratic a real Progressive, being an191'2 dojiot VED. OCT., 30. -nominees will be elected by one imated more by ambition and i Price per M Pieces the most pronounced majori- malice than a desire to secure of OnHearUl, Depth Length . .C A&B D Democratic Ticket. ties any party has ever received Progressive legistation for the ' " $ 8.(56 in. x 30 in. liin. $14.00 $6.00 in this great country ot expand- country. With Wilson as the onlgin. x N 12 in. 26 in. 12.00 6.00 5,00 ing industries and wealth. It ly real Progressive the only For President C 10.00 12 in. x 2 in. 30 in. 18.00 .. 7i00 may be said that the Democratic, course for honest' Republicans, '"WOODROW WILSON 2 in. 12 in. x. 26 in. .JtW.. 9.00 16.00 6.00 of New Jersey. nominees are exceedingly fortu- who are Progressives, to pursue 2 J in. x 30 in. 2in. 35.00 .18.00 nate by reason of the Republican is to vote for the Democratic 2 in. 2:1 in. x 26 in. 28.00 5.00 Vice President war ; it may also be claimed that nominee. The Wilson . National AJ1 wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber "THOMAS R. MARSHALL this alone forms the base of Progressive League is daily reAll spokes must be split from good live, straight grained. Black or Shell Bark Hichory, Spokes tnat are brash, of Indiana. also Democratic victory, but the truth ceiving notable excessioris. ' The containing defects such as worm holes,, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. the whole truth, is that such number now exceeds 50,A0O; and j For Congress These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. is wanted. All. Spores smaller than l x If x 30 in. Ionp, will is not the case, and that Demo-crati- c it has headquarters in all the be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. HARVEY HELM .j victory rests on the de- large cities. The wholetrend of of Lincoln County. All Spokes too small for 1 x 15 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of this size or culled. mands of the great common peb- - the country is toward. DemocratSplit Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long The News, next week, will not jPle and bv reason of this, the ic principles and there seems un Heart uepth Length be issued until Wednesday. The idling Party for the' last half nothing so sure as that Wilson Q A&B ' century is torn to pieces. The will be elected. He ' cannot fail 2 in. 3 in. x election will be Tuesday, and by 30 in. $30.00 $12.00 2h in. 31 in. Wednesday, tariff is the real issue- - There is to be if every Democrat does his x holding over until 30 in. . 45.00 20.00 We will be able to let our read-- 1 no dodging this and wherever at-e- duty. The A and B grade in Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of one third or less sap timber m sizes i o .. i UK i know the result of the elec--', tempted falls flat. No longer l.. irora .it .i i r . " mc 'w dnui i"" :r a spoKes are uee r.. au omer. aeIec,s- - .touh andiineavy-tha- t There is practically nd doubt ' are the millions who toil content on The c srade la'es in Spokes that are more than d sap timber, but both grades must be split from the Democratic nominees, in .... '.".. -- .g to pay tribute to the protected Second Growlh While show,'ng a good growli To preach honest politics and interests that have prospered by nine of the eleven Congressional j Dont sP1Jt Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces Districts of the State will be io practice tbe preaching would governmental favontism. The containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. be a most consistent political Democratic party advocates the, elected. In the Tenth and Elev-en- ts Districts, normally large Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. life. We have no hesitancy in j doctrine that the government has saying that the supporters of Mr. no iegai or morai rght to collect Republican, the split in the g. All. Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, Roosevelt had just cause for com- - a tax for any otner purpose than o. p., gives the Democrats hope plaint in the Republican National to raeet legitimate governmental of success, even in those rock! CO. Convention and very likely in the expenses. It openly asserts that ribbed regions. With the Dempreeonvention fight. They'lass favoritism is contrary to ocrats and the Progressives to Columbia. Kv, contest for the succession it is by! E. G. Wethington, Mgr. charged fraud and so vehement- - the spirit of the constitution, Iy protested as to quit the party, burdonsome to the great mass of no means sure that "Mr. Langley while the We regret to lose Mr. C. C. How improved, and will probably sick for some time was callec-homits platform, nominees and poli-- ' peope an(j the wall behind will be Oct., the 4th, 1912. She cies. No other cause forthe re- - wnjch tne Trusts are entrenched, Hon. Ben V. Smith has a most ard, the former editor, from the make a few speeches before the fraternity, but we welcome the election had been afflicted for some time volt was alleged and at the same The pe0ple are demanding, its excellent chance to beat Caleb before giving up. She bore her time set up a third party, styled abolition and a tariff for revenue Powers in the Eleventh District new management, believing, LOUISVILLE MARKETS suffering with patience. 'The Progressive" and placed it only and regardleSs of the split with Mr. Seavey, the Progress- - that the paper will continue to Her voice was often heard upon under the inscription, "Thou in Republican ranks Wilson and ive candidate, to divide the Re- - be one of the best, i publican vote with.him. Besides the open air singing some sweet shalt not steal." Well and good Marshall would be victors, Powers has become unpopular' National Democratic headquar-- : Latest Quotations on Live Stoch song giving God the giorv. Her .. so far, but what of later, pre-- ! To reduce first the tariff on the because of his wishy-washj disease seemed to be unknown iters claim that the Presidency ceedings: Not content with the ' life, put it higher course and his inability 'to do has been wori for Woodrow to her physicians but her soul merit of their cause, not satis- - necessities of CATTLE for his constituents. son, and the same opinion is gen-seemed to be well acquainted fied in resting their claims on on luxunes. repeal it on all artic,es sold cheaPer abroad than at . $7.00S o0 with its Savior. solid delegation in Congress eral throughout the country, Shipping steer Everything cle issues they raised in the old Beef stears 5.506.50 was done a radual eduction is, therefore, not among the im-- ! While Democrats are very con- that loving hands family, means of other kinds nome' with Fat heifers and .cows . .. . . .. lL'oG.OO .. i. IJ noc ue; a gooa Cutters J iiuenfc, ' 8.ooi.oo could do to try to give the sufwere employed to advance their of the whole list to a revenue possibilities. Let eery Uem-- i '!J...! u wouiu l.CKXg.OO fering body ease. A number of interests, and, means that look onJy basis is the Program of the ocrat strive for that most desired idea to quit working until the ,.f"ers 3.25r-.0i polls are Closed. 5 promul-th- e consummation. 4.25,-.7friends lingered by the bedside Feeders lo us as dark as the shadow of Democratic party as Stockers 3.755.50 for 13 weeks watching and waitChicago convention. Passing; Sated at Baltimore. Such a pro-thDemocrats of Adair, don't stay Choice milch cows. . The three cornerd fight is but ing for relief, but at last the Common to fair cows fn lanH RnnfiAvplh fhplam ought to, and does, appeal nfWc the natural consequences of a at home next Tuesday, but put co whom the inLord said it is enough come up nominee in that convention, say- to every man HOGS long reign of applied policies in that day for the welfare of higher. She was 29 years old. ing nothing about the attempt creased price of food and cloth- detrimental to common interests, your party arid country. The Choice 210 up 8.75 7.Q5 She professed faith in Christ to controll Southern negro dele- ing is an appealing facU The It results from a strong deinand;The day of Democratic trailing Mediums, 165 to 210 6.50 Pigs Republican plan of forcing peoseveral years ago and joined the gates instructed for his opponent Republican vomers to reduce in the rear has passed, and if Roughs 7.00 ple to pay more taxes than are of U. B. church in which she hao passing all of that and previous tingle of victo-th- e sheep and lambs necessary for an economically the tariff and free business from you ever felt the lived a devoted christian ever efforts to capture the Regular clutches of concentrated ry, you certainly feel it now, J J HA n r t t rt U . u government i a Republican nomination at a stag- - "' Z sinc,!- - She ,ea a combinations that ccntroll the and will be on the firing line S.'r.mbs:::;.:;:::;.-- .v.;. crime which admits of no de- children, father, ering expenditure of nearly Fatsheep 3.wW.oo three little products of farms, factories and early next Tuesday. many ar. mother and one sister besides a reports bring us to the fense since the tax on CHAIN. mines. The trusts must be sup-- i number of friends to mourn their contention in the state where the ticles enables the trusts to put pressed, business freed and'hon-- 1 105 In the way of contributions to Wheat... loss upprices and extort money from SO Progressives sought to advance National Democratic Cam- Corn est endeaver legitimately sustain the One little son had gone on and their interests' by the use of the the people and pay little to the ed, short of this no permanent paign Fund, Kentuchy comes j was waiting to welcome her in , Local MarKet. Republican emblem in voting for support of the government. settlement can be reached. The sixth in the United States. A i at the pearly gates. She said " !jusc before she died I will goon so in- Che tariff is the paramount issue trusts must go and the people! dispatch from headquarters says: electors. In all the states be with my little dar ling volved, except California, the of the campaign and upon their rule and direct the affairs of the "Kentucky has come nobly to 23 Lawrence. She called her three Progressives were ousted but in promises with regard to it the country.. This condition is a the front and her example is an Eggs. o j little ones to her bed and kissed Hena. that state they outwitted, out- Democrats are riding to certain triumph for the Democratic inspiration to the nation." I them good bye and told .them to Qhicken3 12 lawed and took advantage un- victory. The interests have too party whose preachings have children, and bade her j be good 3 paralleled in political ruptures. long been monopolizing control been constant and .forceful for! As to - who will receive the Cocks . . ," husband a long farewell and Lgave advice to her friends and now Che Republi- of the government. The old and the last fifty years. It also greatest number of votes in j Turkeys As it stands 6 i U7tnf tn exploded claim of the Republi CTrlivo TOifl Tocno Adair county, Taft or Roosevelt! cans of California are disfran means that no special interests 4 body was laid to rest in the Rowe consumer does not is a question. Wilson will easily chised by the party that rests its cans that the will longer be permitted to sway 7 town grave yard. Ducks Bro Payn& no longen carry the co,unty. causeunder the banner inscribed, pay the tariff taxes the sovereignty of the country and Wool spring clipping: 21 conducted .the funeral services. people. Their "Thou shalt not steal." The fools sensible disguise. The force tribute in 12 Her friends and. relatives gathHides (green) The name of Hon. Harvey Republicans of ' that state have pocket fbpoks.. .have felt the final, battle is at, hand. The, 45 ered around the casket to take Helm, pur Congressman, will bej .Feathers 'weight of th absurdity. an.i they the last farewell look on earth. .io ,Taft electors; on the ticket will vote to,-- c.hange a ,system of champions of honest government under the Democratic emblem, j Ginseng: . : :. .. . 5. 50 f They laid her in the tomb to " ?, and have been deprived of the have noifears. of the decision afld there is no doubt about his 25 JJeeswax, -which breeds monopoly, wait' the judgment morning. s a result Senator taxation privilege, " YejIo'w.Root;1;.'.-- : ,V. , 'Mtf2o Husband weep not, while it encourages graft and enables a is Works one of .the ablest Progress- ;'. The" L'arue Coun Herald our loss it is 'her eternal gaifr. rich-atthMay: Apple(per lb) . . expense j which has been one of the to grow best The: carnpaign in Adair .couuty ive Republicans on the Pacific few Children remember mothers fare ,c .; m. of the many' They K low that, a county papers in the State, has hals been remarkably quiet, ;but Mr.. Roosevelt well words and seal them upon coaet denounces Obituary. vote for Governor Wilson and changed hands Messrs. Charles in our opinion a full vote .will be your tender hearts 'and live o party and advises all and his meet her in that home above the Democratic candidates for Ramsey Creal and Roy M. Mun-for- polled. Progressives to vote for the Congress assures the m;ch need Mrs. Flora T Rowe, wife of where you can live for ever more-antrue two practical men, having never say good by. C'L Roosevelt ha3 very much Thomas L. Rowe who had been nttDemocratic ftominees. If ft was ed change. lougnt tne. plant .atnKiness. vrr-- t f Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long :" . 1 -- '- - - 1 " . -- 1 I I rs i one-thir- i f 4 j THE ADAIR SPOKE : j re-electe- d, e i I j I j j j j ! y Wil-anythi- j ng A ! . - -- L- I . ! j 0 a I . 15.00-35.- 00 ' AU DM M V. Aa j $2,-000,0- 00 j -- : Tc-da- y. ; 1 t " t . ! -- k- A.-- '' . w ; , V re-electi- on ; . . -- ! . f. m,'- - e - 1 i i . d, i i -- d Ht J t4- 5 ,-I- i -- V.J-W -r .j .x't w-J- ! .'V s, v. ,. & VVSy ' V. . XA ""C-. fi u v siy. t AHsj -- THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS ui WHMftw 68 I i h H M. T. The teachers of expression, TrtiStcfEtlitbrewsri or pecuipies, iiiiimi execute duiui, i nfi voice, gaVe a veif Tfifc&estnjgjaud fc Yoiirscrjbe.had the nleasurefC;riinesaiia'OvL!1i0nr Xt hi r s... -.. x ueiitjuguKJKU ,u !.. .. . "r- - -- v luueie&o iruiu uue uay ui nipac ;.,.,' ,.itoJ yi i n iir. i j l -. y ...i: v rwrm r" n - r uwv t t i uiiiii .ir. w,v-u .rt;As iiiiii iri.iiii ,f.n, TSitJii t uT i i hiii i mil wr rr" ' . sale until paid, and having the force C,apei last Friday ir iirr Sulfday afcerboon at 2 o'clock. . bfidge evening. iLrtfi,. and effect of a judgment. Bidders i This was the' first'&iecttal suite the There we.met with an iutelfijrent and Pa3tor Dv Kev- " J- - Wilson. " wiirberiflCiaTetltaF comely promptly opening of "School in September A representative crowa of two hundred r Sunday Morning Dec. 1st? 1912 w ith"tli?sSteritfs.r:; H ?',i a very large crowd was present., the people, who were more tlian well pleas-- K. . W. A.j AfTey "Master ommissionenr Auditorium being tilled uevouonai exercises uy m. i. toits capacity 'ed with the best and prettiest bridire The teachers were assisted by Miss in the county. The people of that Grimes. 'Alice Walker pianist who was t lie heighborhood turned out inforce, and COMMISSIONER'S SALE. were the best dressed, r.est looking! Music by choir. First was a piano solo rendered by and the most orderly crowd we have Whof Una Baptist principles ADAH? C1RCIT1T COURT Miss Ethel Mary Crockett,' Waltz, ever met. KENTUCKY fr.om Faust in her skilled and easy It would have done your soul' good been worth to the world, by Stratton& Tersteegs, Plaintiff, ) manner. Uext was a selection by Miss to have been there and heard the Revs. J. S. Wade and C. F. f 1 Bess Shannon, who is the teacher of gcod singing from some of tfie best Cooking under modern methods and conj V Hall &c. Defendant, Breeding-She gave Hager, exceed- - singers 111 me county. Cv virtue of a Judgment and Order Expression made so attractive the whole veniences is d tlie audience applaudWe would give you the names of Value of Sunday school to of Sale of Adair Circuit Court, render--j '"J?1? well unfcil she made lier appearence on those who took part in the singing, family is becoming interested. ed at the Sept. Term, thereof, 1912, in eu church by Rev. B. F. Vails and Mionhni-Aransf-t fnr ie cnmc nf fs7i 'the stage again, and gave them a but as there were some who parcipat-ed- , "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is we did not know, we concluded Aaron Wilson. 33, $10.36, and $150.19 with tlie inter catchey little pjece, entitled Mud Miss Crocketti then gave a not to mention any one. " I made them, 6 per cent.perannum Pies. est at the rate of excellent," says the father. NOON. "We hope that some sweet day, not from the 4th day of Nov. 1012, untl solo, The Message a beautiful selec tion which was highly appreciated. for distant, we can have the pleasure Afternoon Session. says the daughter and both father and paid, and $40.o0 costs herein, I Miss Shannon then gave" another of meeting same crowd at same to offer for sale at the Court daughter beam with pleasure. Music by the choir. House door in Columbia, Ky., to' the number, Afr long range, and My Ships. palace. Miss Miilikeu sang a solo, The Bird W. II. Royal Baking Powder has made home Spiritual betterment of the highest bidder, at Public Auction, on in the wopds, in her usual easy manMonday the 4th day of Nov. 1912, at baking a success, ;a, pleasure and a profit, and If you have young children you have church by Rev. J. R. Grider and one o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being ner, and the audience applauded her County Court, upon a credit of six and she came back and rendered a perhaps noticed that disorders of the J. M. Williams the best cooking today the world over is Music. months the following described prop- pleasing little piece entitled, No Sir, stomach arc their most common aildone with its aid. Miss ment. To correct this you will find A certain lofc ot. land which was received cordially. erty Adjournmen. situated in Adair county Kentucky on Shannon made her appeareuce again Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver the East side of the Columbia and and gave another recitation, How Tablets excellent. They are easy and W. A Breeding. Committee. J Gradvville road and is bounded as fol Large Stakes were lost, a number pleasant to take, and .mild and gentle S. T. HoDDer, rendered in a very accurate manner, u effect. For sale by Paull Drug Co. W.T.Mitchell, ) Mrs' M. D. Baker, has been quite lows viz: Beginning at a stone iu the j Glasgow road, corner to Thomas Gr. and one of those interesting and" ex sick for the past week. For Sale. Glensfork. Coffeys lot thence with said Coffeys citing horse races selections which ' . Mrs. Loe Bryant and two children, always captures the hearers. The last line N. 28 E 32 polls to a stone, thence Mr. K. B. Miller, of .Springlield, of EnitLOkla., are visiting l he family N 75, W 13 poles and 21 links to a number on life urogram was a vocal Thp rrnlrirpn whn hnvA hoan Ha vint? decided to remove from Col- -. Mn.. kvUiiJinjrhis mother and other, oi Mr. waiicer nnanr dbetby Miss' IK.Ui Milliken-anMiss uwuia year,' stone thence S 2S W 23 poles to tlie the last of the L. .J',---and'us attacted . our school district 1 iL--- in .a relatives in Adair county. Mr. Miller Louise, a little daughter of Mr. and middle of the Glasgow road: thence Ethei, .Mary Ciockett, Cheerfulness, , me manse ui iuy new uansn jsaueouj has been a special pension agent for Mrs. B. E. Uowe, who has been quite with the middle of said road S 75 E 13 which was highly pleasing to everyone. furnished;-- would be glad to dispose, wiwi scariet lever ana aiptnena more than wenty 5 ears, but 'lie. has sick with typhoid fever; is rapidly This was l hy tirstjappearenceof Miss at private sale, my household belong-- 1 polls and 2i links to the beginning greatly improved, the school these years claimed Columbia as all and containing 2 acres more or less. Shannon bef re a Columbia andieuce, mgs at reasonable prices having been dismissed on this ac his legal residence. andsuiliccosay, she proved to all see. J. I. Crawford Mr. :uirl Mr. T M. Wil.xnn. C:lvp. Of the above mentioned cost S2.20 is 52-count is again in session and Mr. B. II. Gilpin, Campbelkville, City, visited in Columbia, tlie tirst of to Stratton and Tersteege and $14 30 who had lie pleasure of hearing her, r Wilkerson. ICor purchase that she ranks among the best in her the t0 was here Thur&dav calling upon our the week. The implicit contidence that many ' iWlcool"b l"'-peopl- e price, the purchaser, with approved line. ., grocerymen. ' ' " , Miss Miss Milliken, as a soloist, The inhabitants of our tovva-Cholerhave in Chamberlain's Colic, h(pHln'iii'ii.iriiinii w. nlttll j Mr. Owsley Bilchey and wife, Uurkes-- surety or securities, must execute Crockett as musician, need and com...., if :; Vii,e visited Mr. and Mrs, .lohn Lee Bond, bearing legal Mi. mj.Mu i. o no interest from date and Diarrhoea Bemedy js are makeing preparations for the Carolina, spending a few weei-- with, ,..,.' Walker, the lirst of the week. of sale until paid, and having the ment, as they are well known and al- founded on their experience in the use wUl' Miss Vic Hughes. force and effect of a.ludgmeut Bidders ways please an audience whenever of that remedy and their knowledge' teachers assodation whIch Mr. Tate Turpen has been on the O. Gaines and Miss" El Ira Mr. will be prepared to comply promptly they appear before the public. of the many remarkable cures of colic, commence here on the 26th of sick list for several days. "W. A. Coffey, Buchanan, of Camplxjilsvilk. veiled with these terms. i" diarrhoea and dysentery that vr ha j;jjjs month. Columbia last Wednesday. Master Commissioner, A. C. C. Mr. T. S. Scott, of Coburg, visited! Notice to Tobacco Growers. effected. For sale by Paull Drug Co. " We understand that Mr. Otis , . Mrs Lou Schooling, of Lebanon, his mot her and other relat ives iu Cum Lewis has bought a part of Mr. SA1E. COMMISSIONER'S visited at tlie home of Judge JJ. ('. bei laud county last week Card of Thanks. Notwithstanding we have been un, Baker last week. I Thomas Upton's farm, which is avoidably delayed in getting our ' Mr. .lohn A. Beouchamp, of Cave wish to express for myself and my situated on the East side of the A DA IB CIRCUIT COURT OF KY material to build our plant, and the I COMMISSIONERS SALE. City, visited in Columbia last week. S. IT. Absher &c, current rumor we would not be able! children our most sincere road about one mile Northwest vs to transact business this season, HUil IVUIO iiU ' Mr. John Q. Alexander, was here a Jil UlttH J 11 lUUUO J. W. Absher &c are pleased to announce that . we are so kindly aided 11s in every way during 01 mis place, rnce iploU, Tak 11 ig o rd e is from few d a. s a go .. n.B4 1.I..I-ADAJLlt CJJICUIT COURT OP ICY ' By virtue of a judgment and order mmw .t ucam rf wie nov rapidly erecting tlie structure 11.. ieuent uubi ' ill tin t.ui il nn I ui our merchants TLTnrn.nri vTr it well- n .1 i of sale of Adair Circuit Court, render- - j L. Pellev & B. Ponnver PHI ) i a view of opening from 12 to thei nij husband. Jlev. S. K. Breeding, of Elkhom, ed at the September term, ttiereol, T5th of Xovembel. IHJNt) an(1 meal, tol These acts or kindness do much to known citizen of this vicinity has ) Taylor county, was 111 (Columbia a few A Iberia Whit worth. &e Deft. 1912, in the above c;ause, I shall Proiannonce by the stdav of Xovemberi ward comforting us during this oui , recently sold to a gentleman of . flr irlll rf iii1rinitit U1- -v. days ago. ..j ...L.. u. n ........b. ini-- rt?ii ceeato oiler lor sa.e at the 'couru-- i ., fcheesact lav for 0l. InIria, saei very great trouble. , IbllU-Ui SU! OI .li;ill VIICUIU !, Cumberland county, his farm. Jrt. : Presiding Elder W. !'. Hogard. re- eredatthe September term, thereof,l i Mary Ann Ilattield, every tobacco producer, llIirIloc, .WfWl,r nh nnii,n 'Llml nr' We trust that .labcx, ky. ; Mr. Morgan is widely known as turned lwuie the Jlrst of last week 1D12, in the above cause, I shall pro- will carefully consider the enormous' Motldayi the 4th day 0f November, g after having been absent ten day. ceedto oiler for sale at the court-- , 19l2i atone 0'Clock,.p. m.. or there- - saving in expenses of practically one The new bridge across IJ.ijttin' : a success! ui tobacco grower ana j dollar over his circuit. 1 per 100 pounds, our- mark ... ww.i.i.,.,.u, .j., " "" about, being count.v court, upon ..uu., lAnL,H ,1,.1 :. 1. 1ft. ...I. IJ1..,J i.at et will show over tlie regular hhds iclCBK i' !.. He also runs a thresh iuk. cum, nn. ueuiuu- - ueaiei, King teacher in the O rail- highest bidder, a r. public auction, on credit of six months, the following de-- , Miss Sue I... w' .... J.. .. 1. me .. ..!. .n i. fll.Al ' e liUM. oiwiuii) u pcuic in iuu ing machine, should he locate market and we . earnestly imite a ed School, was called to her home in Mondav, the lth day of November, 'h:kq nrnn,,,. . . II. III Ilk .l .1 ir.I ,,-- IIIM.loX....... o.ii- .,in Cn studious comparison 1in prices Our neighborhood and nuite a number' Louisville last week Little Miss 1012. at one o'clock 11. in., or there- uaiCM ill iiunii vjuuiiuj, 1. .i :.. town-goin) aiiuica upon it and having' outside of this neighborhood he Jj. market is not founded upon the foom about, being county court, upon a 0r the Stephen Bumpliress land Marshall Paull accompanied her it Judge X. II. will be greatly missed. sympathetic words, home institution, an old time singing, of ix months the following de ,..:,.: as loLs N 0. Mi.v Elizabeth Drake, teacher in Moss led the singing. but, upon the rock ribbed business property, to wit: People of this town are expeet- the Public schools, visited her parents scribedof land sit ualed in Two certain 7", S and 9. A tract of land containing principle of getting more for the same Adair coun 5 acres Iving on the waters of Green Bowling Green, returning Monday tracts any, medicines, have met , ;ng Br0. Wells and other sanctifi- at article. The price you get tor a com- - Few, if ty, K;, on the waters of Slate Creek, of last week. alu.us iepie,eut t c The iirst tract contains 40 acres moie acre t(.acfc am a m acre tract of ,ad , moditj does e heiPer3 of hl5' to ari'lve . ed "JiIV. cash your j tended the nseef Chamberlain's Colic, you receive. money Mr. W. H. Wilson, spent several or less, and is bounded sis follows; On ,yug on ,he waters of JIue IIole, price, j Cholera and Uiarrhoea Remedy. Thei on the 31st, to commence another days of last week iu Louisville. brings is not the the South by the lands of C S. OoM ofGreen RIver known the tobacco net proceds depend-sale tl IO OV. ' 15I1II.IIUIU15. cures of colic and diar meeting. t..IV11 I.1?.iIa1 on Mr. .1. 1). Irvine, .Ir, and wife, lins ami 1. W. Dohoney, on the West ' MurrelMaild. a traoti of,and knowIl but the pense necessary to market, same. If rhoea which it has elfected in almost by the lands of P. W. Dohouey, on ujb, nj8t.i . Snnrlp-rland fnntjvinin.r .'.fll Creelsboro, were here one day we our approximation' every neighborhood have given it a; Bev King of color who has 35ast by the lands of S. JJ. Conover and ..., ., tr:u.t of ,nd ,.., n Lho wa. of are correct in difference per 100 wide reputation. For sale by raiilljbeen runi a Darbfir shop here one dollars ontheXorthby the lands of J. II. , teKot Greeu Riv.er known the; pounds in sale expense, and we are Drug Co. Mesdamesll G.Sander.-,- , of Camp- - Pe The second t ract contains :!S for some time, has recently 3old belJsville, and W.S. Jlarker, Louisville, acres, 1 rood and :53 square poles, and Green land containing 5J acres, a tract j sure, if the individual expense ae h land ,yiujr 0I1 the waters of Green visited Columbia last Thursday. Rev. Betts, a Baptist minister from out to Mr. Henry Hudson. The is the same t raot of land ou "Which S. River known as the Grant land, con count of going in person to a hhds. . ' market to make said sale of tobacco Leitchlield, made a very favorable i '"".boys will be glad to have a shave . . Conover now lesides. The above taining 8(55 acres p Mr. Clay It. Coleman, .Junction City, . . was here last Wednesday and Thurs- described tract will be sold si.yai.iiA;- - . Kf,Psnl :nn rpfp.rpnrw is made to me j.of ten lo tifteen dollars be added: then pression here, and the congregatiiim t w. J r V. n m.i r n ...xirA li w J, " !...-.., r .. ..r ...I. .1 1.. 01 auajjiyuu u jy suiiicienuy inereoi 1.0 produce judgment and order of sale of record allotting 2000 pounds to be the growth will likely call him to the pastorate of day. : j the sums of mone so ordered to be , in order book Xo., JS page 1(18, of the of the average producer we would the church here, A nice bean hulling was given Mr. C. K. Clubb. Worth vi lie. Ky., made, . the purchase price, thei Adair Circuit Court Clerk's olllce I have in our favor nearly two dollars' lor was here last Thursday. by Miss Anthem Wells on the purchaser, with approved surety or will first offer said lands in 3 lote as per 100 instead of one dollar as prevFor Sale. iously mentioned. Nor is this all, the Messrs. C. It Cardan, of Munford- - securities, must execute bond, bearing follows: night of the 23rd, to the boys The '5 shares Stephen Ilum-phre- s paramount, advantage as imbeded in vilie, and W. J Meader, of Campbells-- , legal interest from the day of sale tin land containing 66 acres togeth and girls of this place. After ville, were in Columbia, on business, til paid, and having the force and er. The 5 acre tract, kuown as the! the fact that any manufacturer will! Two first-clasewing machines, and the beans were shelled, we were mt.ch more for an art icle he can one pIano. last Wednesday. It will be remember-- eilect, of a judgment. Bidders will be home place, the lOOacre tract and the L u,,u ''"-that, the former is the gentleman prepared to comply promptly with 43 acre tract known as e ed ' " S. N. Hancock. "' invited Tnto the parlor where the MUrrell whoput.ona lot sale m this town these terms. t,1Q closest scrutiny and the best of skill u.,,1 tnnt! ,r t.,c..i--M- h j some excellent music was rendermiiu jjMuu, hub uiiucig uavi, i.i, possible determine its worth. W. A. ('olfey. Master Com. several years ago. Green tract, and the Grant tract con cau't W. 1 dllllCl UlliKY ed a3 Miss Wells is a splendid .n1 We now have buyers on the ground Mr. W. 1. Clelland, of Lebanon, taining... 142J- 'acres together. I i J ,. , ,.' . ... ... . with additional promises and ,ve will organist. was here to see our merchants a few! . i.ueii uiiei ran one i;uiu losreuiur. inu Attomey-At-Uat- u i a COMMISSIONER'S r'u,, Poss,b,e t0 make our SALE. ' days ago. will accept the bid or bids that bring do Dr. Wm. Blair who was attact-ie- d .i. ..,..4. II1UUBV, UL.. SUIIIUIB11U t.UClCUl, ujaiivcuDCLuuu j uuuti R..ni!... .w.nfi lilt? IUUSU .Mn.... WiP practice iii all the Messrs. J. F Montgomery, F. I. j Xnii' Mr li firinor t lipro is one thing w to nrniliinA flip v.nm nf mniinv en nr. with a stroke of paralysis Winfrey and Rollln Hurt attended Courts vou ustknow and that is the fore dered to be made. For the purchase CJ 11CTIT COURT over circuit court at Jamestown last week J A'DA1Ji so'still remains in a '" v " ""u' Columbia, Ky. , KENTUCK V. price, the purchaser, with apporved T,"",er ' fuu " helpless condition Miss Zella Pelley is taking aspecial z. T. Pelley riaintilf ' , ... ,llIU l"lll""K Ul Juu suieiy ui sm;iuuiiesi iuusi. execute conacco.ulUBI "'r one ' an 11 tins ' Stella Beard & c Defendant, f unpuruiuiw course at Bowling Green. bond, bearing leual interest from the Program. ; , Mr. Jasper Spark? anS wife' feature is not observed you cannot ex-- , Mr. 1T. C. Ilindman is spending a "By virtu re of a Judgment and order dav nTsnlp nnr.il nnifl. nnd liavins- Mip. satisfactory prices i ueotsuiythliiff like e .. u,a .i Becks Store, Cumherland equnty, , . few days at. Sand Lick Spring. Mr. ' sale of Circuit. Court, rendered at, the r.. auu uucuu ui iv iiiuLiugiiUi jhu-- i iuiw a ir..,. ior cno weeo ann r,nevery iew mor, Prg-a- m Ilindman is in the revenue service, Sept. Term, thereof, 1912, in the ders will be prepared to comply moments required to finish your proof Fifth Sunday tare visiting friends and relatives j above cause, I shall proceed to offer promptly with these terms. came home for needed rest. and he .. u Ministers meeting to be held j here at present, me court. .nouse aoor in W. A. Coffey, Master Commissioner. uuu- - ia,UUL' iV Mr. E P. Harris, of Catlettsburg, ior saie at the suicide of the labor required to with Fair View Church Nov. highest bidder, at Columbia to Mr John Hem and farnily spent several days in Columbia re- public auction,the Monday the 4th day mature it to the critical Ftage men-He; on is a woman who speaks from tioned 30 and Dec, lat 1912. cently. wn0 raoved from Campbells ville. of Nov. 1912, at one o'clock p. m. or persona' Kiiowieuge aim long exper-- i Bring your tobacco to your own SATURDAY morning NOV. 30. to this place a short time ago Mr. J. T. Rogers and wife visited thereabout ( being county court,) upon lence, viz., airs. iJ. J. lirogan, or wu- - j market, not necessarily mine nor the their daughter, Mrs. James Hatcher, a credit of six monttis the following sn, Pa., whosais, "I know from Song service by choir conduct- - j ief t for Russell Springs where holde'rs but to yours, and bring A certain perience this place, last Friday and Saturday. described property, t: that Chamberlain's Cough t ,,, ti,e best possible condition, and ed by W. C. Shepherd. he will run a blacksmith shop. tract of land situated in Adair county Remedy is far superior to any other. twe w;ii use everv elfort in getting the .Mrs. Sail ie T. Butler and Miss Bet- - iveuijuoiiy uu uiio Devotional exercises by Pastor. n,cis ui vxretui tie.LeeUut.ler, paid their. respects totriverand bounded ast,folIows, begin Eor croup there is .nothing. that exceb ),igKest market price. 'Thanking you Bradshaw and Murray who i ' it." For sale by Paull Drug Co. for any patronage aou may give, we j District mission work by M.L. News tlie ing at a beech stump (now a stone) S are stock dealers, of Montpelier,--. are, Shepherd," Wl A.' Breeding and have been taking up a number 24 E22 poles to aJ sycamore corner to, 'IkeepLonrrhapds-a- . full stoclc o.f Vnre woru rpcnpr.f.i full v. Mrs. E. W. 'Reed, this place;-whis ' jfcntliony Hospital, Louisville. school house lotthenye, with a Hue of cofflns aud caa.kets,' also robes; 2 Greensburg.fiDOselieaf Tbaceo Ware W. T. Mitchell.- ' : head o cattle about this-- place in St. 19 4 r- i very critical- condi- - said lot, S .. E poles to two sweet hearses. JProiiigt Service flight or day.' . Co.' : ' lesf-.n.. .. House lvim? inu ;: "T Ought. the minister 'to be com during the last five weeks-r; little hope of;.her igums.tnencoaoJBiiupoies tojiuiacic. ihone 2i). ' U tiou, and hereis.but By'J?'Aarubbar4IPressTand General 'corner to colored chuWlot; , fDpensated by D. G? Hopp'er. . V ..i: yi Mr. T. F. Andrew who resides recovery. j. q Manager.r.iiRiioV s io W m do!pj to. .a,'sr.nti &a ' c rt iS ,J.J3oninibla.KyH,J near this place reported that he . ' to said church lot, .N ' 741 W g o Intermission. . o" Miss Katie Murreli; who was quite corner had raised eighty bushela of poles to a stone thence N W$ E 50 Wanted: Wbod and butti? at L. 4 The protj'racted meeting at Zion sick from Thursday night until SunAFTERNOON SESSION. will continue through this weekV Irish potatoes this year, . poles to a stone.by tlie road, thence S W. T. S. day, has very much improved. wjrwwr 7 E 311 poles to the beglnHSnfe4SoutaW?4i30,"J' $ 'JfacheKffitCltal. -- On The Bridge. ji if "If i ,rI Jk ' q 1c- -. r- yjM "" Ti Ft --- """J Music by the Choir, Temperance, by Rev. . - i . t,;.,,.!!.. ." w wr . m vU -- ' i': .- I BakingPowder AbsolutelyPure 1 't 1 . ' I sha-proce- ed to-wi- t: 1 I Personal 1 d -- 1 ae ! 1 I 2t I 1 , a I b i I ! '1 U.I-1- I . . . V 1 1 . p. ! I .. . ;,,. Pl,i,i I.-- jo-in- .,. I - All - 1 - . ( ,... !!. ol.' T con-cred- . g 1 f,, -- it .I 1 I - , J ; I I ("" I "' - ' n I I ss v I , ! I I ! ' -- ar ! - '- .... i"- w'"" ( re ex-tsto- ci- to-wi- J 1 . last-Saturda- -- - ,.,... - ,'": -- xz"bb -- -j xi-icuu- - '- !i , ., -- f. '.s. - . MU.1 Pi G THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS .. The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative child natural It Isand whenforit a sulks to laush and drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wronjf if you quietly Kive It a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. The remedy most generally recom's mended for this purpo.se Is Dr. Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the country have been giving their children for a quarter of a century. Today thousands of families it where hundreds used it then, xnd there must be good reason for this word of mouth recommendation. It is admittedly the perfect laxative Xor children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimu-Aaand not a violent salt, cathartic U or doctored water. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will net gently, and when taken before retiring will bring com Tplay Cald-wbU'are-usinnt HUMOR OF THE DAY 'Stranger Than Fiction. P5XKsXS When tbe doctor says, "You ueed no medicine." a plete satisfaction In the morning. When your wife refuses a new gowu. After a short use of this remedy all When a magazine accepts your poem. forms of outside aid can be dispensed with and nature will again act alone. When a girl declines to flirt. All classes .of sood American people When a vacation is. a real rest keep It in the homo for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among When you have money after a hon the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without eymoon, When a dentist can't-fina cavity. It are Mrs. J. W. Haynes. Brady, y., and Mrs. K. U "Weeks, 1744 W. 2nd St., When your gold mining stock pays Owensboro, Ky. A dose of it lias saved a dividend. many a person from a serious illness. When you walk in the dark without Anyone wishing to make a trial of this barking your shins. remedy before buying it in the regular When your auto tire forgets to puncway of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can ture on a hurry up trip. have a sample bottle sent to the home When the horse yon play to win free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., comes in flrst. Montlcello, 111. Tour name and address When the girl you really love loves on a postal card will do. you. When you have a good balance of cold cash at tbe end of the year. Judge. d WEEKLY COURIER -J- OURNAL IlENRYrWATTERSON, Editor is a National Newspaper, Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear or favor. The regular price is $1,00' a- year, but you can get the WEEKLY - PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. J had spells when 1 could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 AT ALL 111. 50c AND DRUGGISTS. C. D. Crenshaw VETERINARY SURGEON COURIE R JOURNAL AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS The Daily Not a Woman. Louisville And The Times News "I would like to have you take me to the theater some night Mr. Kwere." "I I'm sorry, but I can't. I'll take you anywhere else." "Why not to the theater? I know you go there, for you are a keen dramatic critic. , Do you always go a loin V" 'Yes, I I do." "But why?" "I like to sit with somebody who is willing to let the performance speak for itself." Cleveland Plain Dealer. "1 think it must be awful to have a wife that goes through your pockets every time sne gets a cnance in searcn of loose change." said Willougbby. t "Ob. thats only a miuor atllictiuu." said narrows. "It's the wife that goes through your whole bank accouut that gets on my nerves." Harper's Weekl.x For $1.50 i Special Attnetin to Eyes you will give or send your order to this paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. Spavin or any surFistulo, Poll-evi- l, gical work done at fair prices. 1 am well fixed to take care of stock. Mon ey due when work is done or stock removed from stables. LOCATION-NE- AR ED HUGHES RESIDENCE. 0NBURKSV1LLE STREET. Adair County f Daily Courier-Journ- al, Yr al, $6.00 $2,00 Joseph Cj H. Stone, w Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the Presi-1 Attoney-At-La- Sunday I i ! Courier-Journ- Yr No Excuse. "Women are so unreasonable," sahl fj iv lifii i pi)i iiume iiiu uiiM:i;iii lau. the other evening my wife was utterly depressed." Will practice in this and adjoining counties. We can givo you a combination cut Jamstown, : Kentucky dency. 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 Gome to the office or mail in your subscription. 4 "What about?" "That's wiirft I'd like to know team had won a beautiful Washington Star. Limited Capacity. V a; game- "- Our! I rate on Daily this paper. Sunday f you will write I ;siSsx?e - saying, mother?" "J do not know, my child." "iJut why do they dancu all day wave.'-- "What are the wild , !The Adair County News andWeeklyCouri j long'r" "Well, my child, they cannot bridge." Kansas City Journal. I :ier Journal both one Year Each $1.50. i Its Future. , "We have formed a society to got new depot ior rmnuvine. !'&. "And what will become oC your s ciely after you get the depot;" i "I'.v tiuit- tifiif ... will nrnlviltlr .i u 3t .... ..... 'J e2?l siuuuic lor an Oldest inhabitants as tsar eSS soeiation.- "- Pittsburgh Post -. jw. W !$MSlsi! A W&WIWI .B I You will need a Daily paper During I (,lie memo Posted. ,....,...,..,.,., tyV " "No, but 1 backed out of his pie once." Houston Post. RsESon For It. "1 hope you were polite to dad?" "1 should say so. I, treated him would a king." "You never called him 'your mnji- A ss f jj ir J J -- & -- . &$. Tr JL fifv . r& tra s looner J! HENRY 8S3 lontcsi i . i 2 And The Louisville Times will keep you nn.mi,.., ' Acquainted In Court. "An3 I Kuip). " vr.'ul Miss Gufh'ng ton, "that while hi London you were at court?" "Only mire." admitted Mre. blushing. "Hut J wasn't guilty and I got off with a reprimand Newport News. Lush-ingto- The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till KTov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. WATTERSQf Editor. m This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to t We Can', Furnish You Woman's Progress. Bacon -- I see an eleorrie motor to move a cradle or a child's horse has been patented by a woman Egbert If the women keep on tl'i will leave nothing for the husband to do while they are out voting. ror-Uiui- The News, Columbia, Ky. jUjThe Adair County ffews and the r Yonker-Statesya- u. j I I All Persdhs Who Are Behind One Year on our Stibscip tion Books Demagogue. 'Father." said the small boy. "wh.it is a demagogue?" "A demagogue, my son, is a man who can entertain an audience so thorough )y that people don't care what his per sonal opinions happen to be." Spokane Chronicle A lourier-JoornI f tf ai S- t U. G. HARDWICH, Pres. J. P. C0CKF, V. Pres. R. H. DIETZMAN. Stt 1 ii Both One Year For $150 We can also give libera combination rate with Daily yne Mi ESTABLISHED 1861 Co, INCORPORATED 1889 Natural Preference. She Did they offer you any choice at the missionary bureau as" to where you should be sent? lie Yes. and I told them I'd prefer to go somewhere where the natives were vegetarians. Boston Transcript. Pcsslng Strange. The Struggling Lawyer (pompouslyi Anything unusual happen while I was out? Oilice Boy (after some thoughti-Yes'- r. There wasn't any debt collectors called. Tit-Bit- s. , ftnLLiW$IGHTS 1301 TfilRTeeNTft-TMftlN. mACfWlSTS LOUISVILLE I DEALERS IN Wi'll have to Come off. Under ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. GRIST MILLS, REED MILLS MOKE STACKS, Sheet iron and Tank WorR or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- the Law, s If T5 Sg 1& not Paid at once overnment Unreasonable. f.ny uplifting movement the silly wo men who wear such high heeled shoes. ' "Well, could you expect them to come "It is useless to try to Interest in pany, Louisville", Ey., for .free sample copy of edition you desire, but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper NOT to the Courier Journal. on the Track fast express means serious trouble ahead if not removed, so does loss of appetite. It means lack lass of strength and nerve weakness. If appetite fails, ta&e Electric Bitters quickie to overcome the cause by toning up .the stomach and curing the indigestion. Michael A Log ofvi-tality, iut V' - . 'xWiIl Not carry Papers In the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year We Will Strike From our list Several Hundred Next Week ? (latfooted for reform?" American. A Baltimore JOUBINQWORK SOLICITED --All of tbe Special Favor. wajita ton of oal. Dealer-Y- es. sir. What size? Customer Well, if it's not asking too .much. I'd like to have a 2,000 pound ton. Brooklyu Life. 'Customer I Kinds of Miachinery epaired- - Learning to Draw. Gibbs I hear that your boy Is gains to a drawing school. ' Dibbs You can call' It that He's a dental college. San fPrau-eisc- o Chronicle. Tiie Adair County News Courier-Journal and Daily Hesslielmer of Lineoln, Nob., had been sick over three years, but six bottles of Electric Bitters put him right on his feet again Thejr liave helped, thousands. They give' pure blood, strong nerves, eood digestion. JIUJ vv upmo w i l uu. v vf-- I .4. . I' '.&y -- 5 ' w TH ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Ooo 0 OQ1' gs r&MJM!W .r yji """' ''" -- oi Nell. Be Happy! "'I I MAKING THE LITTLE PAY By C. C. BOWSFIELD ooo-- ' Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhoodl Or, if she has been a auuerer, nappy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! ' Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 yeara. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. FARM the skill and care with A DAIRY pays jus,tOwners which of little is managed. In proportion to it Health of this community is very good at present. Mr. Ed Lee Hamilton and wife, from Alone, spent a few days here visiting rscently. Protracted meetings going on -- 6 at East Fork and Big creek. We hope much good may be accomplished at each place. Master Owen Walker has been quite sick for a few days. f Mr Will Wnltor vohn ie in school at Columbia came out to his sister's, Mrs. Bob Simpson, at Rugby Friday and also came over home for a night. Miss Flora Moos is visiting friends at Sulphur Well. Mr. Luther Bell, our teacher. gave a spelling Friday night. A large crowd was out, all seem- ed to enjoy it fine. Mr. R. Y. Simpson and wife spent Sunday at this place. Mrs. Mary Bell and niece, visited the millinery shop at Gradyville Wednesday. Messrs. Frank and Lawrence Carter, of Marrowbone, spent Saturday night and Sunday at this place. A crowd from this place at- - THE LOUISVILLE TIMES; FOR 1911 Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there Is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used It with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. tor 3ptCtal Instructions, &nd 64-pa- ae Mrs. , j i ' j i J I book. "Horn Treatment for Women-,- sent free J 66 ' r Vr t St fcf' WL9 tended services at East Fork Sunday. as TIMES Mrs. G. E. Nell and little son, of "Gradyville, spent Sunday with BOTH ONE YEAR her father, Mr. John Rose. If Tompson Bell bought a nice FOR ONLY mule cole last week from N. It's the exceptional year the Barnes price $70. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES season of adverse conditions Brother Scott filled his regular really good farming shows when itself superior to poor farming. appointment at this place Satur- the best afternoon paper prinMany a farmer loses his labor by ted anywhere. day. failing to do the right thing at the right time In the right way. as Wheat sowing is the chief ocKansas Farmer: Has the best corps of s. cupation among the farmers. as J. R. Bell who has been very ill for several weeks has recoverFEEDS FOR DAIRY COWS. as Covers the Kentucky field pered sufficient to be about his room. as Corn Silage Is Better Than Mixture of Field Peas and Oats. Mr. G. E. Hamilton made a fectly. as Canada field peas and oats sown on trip to Gradyville WedCovers the general news fiel6 as good soil under favorable condi- business as through which is run so much raw tions "will and ready for soiling or en- nesday. as be as material In the form of nutrients to silage In about two and a half months. Mr. L. C. Walker was transact- completely. as turn out as and cream.the finished products milk The growing of oats and peas together, as Many of these manufactur Has the best and fullest ma? as Ing plants are run at a dead loss. Inn says Hoard's Dairyman, produces a ing business at Columbia one as larger amount of nutrients per acre day last week. kets reports. as their owners do not know it, as the; j than when grown separately. The as are too indifferent to take the trouble combination works well and produces Mr. J. T. Hamilton and family, as to keep books so they can find it out DEMOCRATIC in politics, bul as This is one of the lamentable defect- - a very palatable feed.corn silage there of Edmonton, and also Judge In 100 pounds of as are 17.2 pounds of digestible nutrient Kinnaird and family, came over fair to everybody, and in 100 pounds of oats and pea for preaching at East Fork Sun- as as silage about 13 pounds. The eompo as as OENi; !UUK 3UD3U(lr- sition of all feedstuffs varies, especial iday. as ly when cut gtcen; but. 'on the whole Mr. A. C. Pulliam and wife it is safe to say that com silage wil. as 7T T10N RIGHT AWAY coutain more digestible nutrients than and little nephew, James Hunter, as oats and peas, although the oats ami and also Mrs. Carrie Walker and . peas are richer in protein. if lilrA a-- ; ' mIt would not be advisable to ; inat trusts raise prices. lwu uuuuieii, luiaa oiuim cam or timothy seed with oats imil iSj8S Hobson, spent several No where have trade combina- peas, for they form a very delist Master &A&WAJjJii2$!i$b& which would not as ' Photograph by University of Wisconsin growth clover or timothy permit the days in Cumberland county last tions been able to establish rm,ff'i young plants m agrlcultuial experiment station as monopoly prices as in the United grow, and. if they did. they would he week visiting relatives. as SPECIMEN OP THE "BOAUDEU COW so weak that after the peas and as States and it is here that prices The Cost of Living. in larming as a manufacturing entt'r removed, the snn's rays would be soar most, prise. In any other phase of industrnu very apt to kill them We do nm as activity such negligence of busim- - think it advisable under any conditions TV Bradstreet estimates the risei In the light of these facts we as methods would spell bunUruptc to sow grass seed with oats and pea of prices of the necessaries of can readily understand why test and a pair of Males umKe as it possible for every fanner to Ueep mNovel Chicken Roost. life as follows between 1897 and prices are 15 per cent higher in as curate accounts with each cow iu (J Dever, an Oklahoma subscrihci and where this id done it din- -I ii" fhc Iowa Homestead, sent a iiiiiqut 1910: .as Germany than in England and VI not tnki lonu to convince the omi p.'.tn for a chicken roost Take a cart 28 per cent 32 per cent higher in the United In England that the imi that does not pay l.i wheel anil 43 per cent States than in England. In Germany hoard hail (tetter move on Hut as f is. stab tis In ni.ijor poitiou of dairy tarmer-- h.n asasasasasasasasasasas as asasasasasasasasasasasasasas ikh axle into In the United States 53.3S per We aIsQ see thafc ess than Qne. liven to tlif point whore thej -j g r ou u '1 iwh cow's piodtictioii Through or cut CemJ half the rise in prices is due to A, cow i organization of ip The bulletin of the department ing :ivoi'iutions In a number t (i.tni the increased production of gold two. bolt , . ,, Js. of commerce and labor issued by ., ,, . ent Mates Improvement i brin nij it to ana tne oaiance is causea oy me ly made, hut It is prolmbly a -- ale CHICKED lIOOsT. post .mil our government, estimates the mate today to assume that 'JO pei net the !ost in the ground. When th. tariffs and the trusts. of the mill, producing cattle in te: chicken house needs cleaning all .o rise in wholesale prices between M I lB prices caused by great dairy state of Wisconsin are n : nepd to do Is lo lift the wheel oft and 1897 1 lI-l and 1910 at 46.7 per cent The rise in paying then owners tor 'the feed a It is out of the waj Then. too. tt the increased volume of money care which they letjuire there is a chicken ou the other side and the rise in retail prices was In the.se days, when modern ma n and credits is wholesome because from you that you wish to catch, jni still greater. 26 INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD erj has .so greatly reduced the lelati turn the wheel around This uiuKes nil nnnwrt iv f hn rer rkfi - - Tl-ra very convenient chicken roost Byron W. Holt estimates that' "" ""aiC " M1C HOG PROpF FENCE as long use or hand tahor. a lamentable i.i We will save you money, on a 26 inch of etlJciencj Is shown where t in.i.i . rise caused by the tariff and the prices increased during this our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. We carry in stock all he igh Uspends his time mllUlng and caring lot ts What the Lawyers Tell Us. crusts is vicious oecause oniy a number of animals whose lettim and styles of Ellwood and Square Mesh Fences. period 60 per cent. nay for the feed coimiiii often do uot a few share in the benefit. It is A lease which is altered after Its ex SB INCH rne last report oi uie reuw-ai- ' ed. let alone the labor expended. 'n ecution and without the consent of the abnormal, artificial rise in nnces cular of information. University lessor by changing the dates of the bureau of commerce and labor Wisconsin Agricultural met. commencement and teriuiuaUou of the shows that prices are still, soar- - that hurts and is causing the Station term is void. St Louis Advertising of, loud complaints of the cost of Hi intr and that retail prices Company "Versus Babiiste. Mo Value of Alfalfa Hay. t living. That alfalfa hay contains ninn Southwestern 4US many necessaries in the last ten A landlord who furnishes supplies h To reduce the high cost of livpounds of protein for each 100 putini;-tha- n have nearly doubled. any oUier kind of cured haj aim enable a tedaut to make a crop Is en years ing to a natural level we must titled to a lien for the price of the Thus we note-Calso contains a large amount of oai supplies, and it is Immaterial whether bobydrates are interesting lower the tariff and free ourThat there is a world rise the tenant could or could uot have had out in a recent bulletin of tiie crop without them. Ferninan ver of prices of some 25 per cent on selves of the monopoly prices of of agriculture of the Univet-s..... j IX 'Pi' '" m" tll &vF&xrrvziTfiy'CZ gP8CTMHnri win:'MrHMwMagM.gfr'Tvitju KWHtXs kus Nowlin 120 S V. 370 ,of Wisconsin the trusts; and inasmuch as the (N SIX HEIGHTS "ELLWOOD FIELD FENCE (STANDARD STYLE) Every ronrntet made for or ni'i account of the increased produc tariff is the mother of trusts, Protect Your Post. any matter or thing which Is prohibit tion of gold. down the tariff wall we Whenjnaklng a cement hitching post d and made unlawful by statute is Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. (2) That high protective tariffs will not only be rid of so much it with a good stout bar t void, and hence, under the Arkansas Iron. If you do not first thing yu statutes, which require the killing or 15 per of the rise in prices as comes know some one will run against it gl.indered1 animals, the sale of an am raise prices. Prices are with a heavy wagon and break It. The mat affected with glanders lsvold cent higher in Germany under from the protective system, but HOIEast Market Street, Between Firsf and Brook. Iron rod will strengthen the post-Fa- rm Cotnpagionette versus MeArmick. Germany's protective tariff than of some of the rise thai comes Journal. S W 400. Louisville, Ky. from private monopoly. in England under free trade. Mgi ?A 'wvagww Now is the Time you want to keep posted dur ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe for the Courier Journal and Adair County News. $1.50 as as as as as as as as as as c To produce a perfect plant S as ' e there must be a perfect seed, as e planted In a perfectly prepared c soil and cultivated by a as k Intelligence. In just so trained far as as - there Is a deficiency In any one as e of these particulars will the ree as k sult fall short of a perfect crop. as as as KEEPING "BOARDER COWS?" as Or Are Your Animals tha Kind That Pay For Food and Labor? as The cow, from an economic stand as point, is simply a manufacturing plant --- The way to make such a dairy pa a reputation for high grade milk, cream and butter. Private customers can be secured who will pay liberally for these commodities it they are sweet and wholesome and show evidence of intelligent handling The owner must insist on cleanliness about the barn and in the pails and cans. One problem of the dairyman is to keep the milk from being contaminated, either through dirt falling into it or by its absorption of undesirable odors. If the stables are clean. dr and well ventilated there will be no bad odors for the milk to absorb. Of course there should be no cesspools about the stables, and the ground un der the barn should be well drained. Poor drainage cannot help but cause objectionable odors about the barn. The udder and the flanks of the cow should be thoroughly wiped with a damp cloth before milking. One of the cardinal points that a good dairyman will observe in handling his cows is regularity in all his work. He will feed the cows at definite hours and milk them at stated Intervals. If a cow is milked at (5 o'clock in the morning she should be milked again at G at night, the best results being obtained when the time between milkings Is twelve hours. If for any reason it is advisable to Is to establish farms who have transportation facili ties can afford o make a dairy the basis of their operations. A place of thirty to fifty acres will maintain a dozen cows, without excluding poul try, vegetables and fruit change the feed of a herd It should be done gradually, so that the cows will become accustomed to the change and not get "off feed" so readily. Cows should not be abused, as any ill treatment affects their milk pro duction. On the contrary, they should even be petted, as they respond won derfully to kind and gentle treatment in a way that Is profitable for the owner. One milker may be able to get 20 per cent more milk than another. Ihe milker should not worry the cow by loud talking or abuse of any kind. A cow should be milked quietly &nd quickly, and as the last milk drawn contains far more fat than the first, special care should be taken to get all the strlpplngs. In milking the whole hand should be used, closing first that part next to the udder. The cow, teats should be dry when she is milk ed. Wetting the teats is not only a filthy habit, but It also allows the teats to chap In bad weather. If there is difficulty In milking a cow dry a small amount of vaseline may be rub bed on the hands. In the summer the cows get plenty of exercise, but they should be provided with a shady place where they can rest. In fly time It may be advisable to keep the cows in the barn during the day. darkening the windows to keep the insects out With ten or a dozen cows the farm er needs a reliable hired man, for there is a great deal of work In running a dairy, and It should be performed in a thorough manner. The family will find much to do in connection with the poultry, vegetables and fruit without undertaking all the drudgery of the farm and dairy. --Q -- BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER) THE REGULAR PRICE OF THE LOUISVILLE TIMES J J$ $5 T QQ SEND YEAR. YOUR 0RDE IF YOU WILL TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNT NEWS AND THE L0UISV1LEE $4.50. j corresr-pondent- j t One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly j Courier Journal One Year j j . N sow-clove- r ! oat-wer- e 1 Louisville Tim es and News , $4.50 - J in-he- rd, j i ' I . i . tti-a- xle . i i i II .1 ELLWO WRE FFMrP W (S i-lwa , ' , ' , t i .... ""- i J ! ( w J fix-per- i i 1 j 1 i i ! D ivr Jtfi TTif II III . i TTTTT.r . . MADE ! by-takin- g DEHLBR BROS., l-- 'n 3fW y a -l sti i&SjJ- - A.I ' t A 8 Gradyviile. i THE ADAIICCOUNTY NEWS Bob McCaffree, who have, wise, Deen caiiea oy tne like-gri- m We have had plenty of frost messenger. this week. Why do we never realize that Nat Walker and James Diddle we are growing old? In my day were'at Greensburg last Friday, dreams, and in visions of the Miss Mallie Moss and Lee night I see the faces of my boy Flowers of Columbia, spent last and girl schoolmates; but always ;as youthful lads and lassies," Sunday in our town. j Buggies Surreys Runabouts. It , Birdseye view of our Plant Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. -- " i in. T intfHnp i Hli1 " ' rWMyi YL.StW? 4l ' Mr. Buck Cook and wife, are buoyant with life and energy. Memory reverts to one of the viBifino- rplativp and friends in most Peasant schools I ever at--1 Hart county at this time. tended, taught at Tabor, by Miss Frank Dohoney of Milltown, Sallie Stewart. I recall several was in our midst last Friday. girls who were "Standing with Dr. L. C. Nell was in Columbia reluctant feet where the brook last Friday. and the river meet, and boys family who felt manly and talked a Alfred Parson and spent a day or so in Green county mixture of piping treble and last .week. thundering bass. One of these I , Woodson Greensburg Kentucky, Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Saturday. Every 1 (I i 'Lamest in Dixie" I . W. J. Hughes .& Sons Co., Incorporated Uncle Gather Bryant of Pettis-for- k was your uncle, Melvin White. section, was shaking hands He had feet and hands of very with his many friends in our generous proportions, and wanttown last Thursday. ed to be a favorite with the girls. Att. Paul Smythe, of Colum- He could throw like a catapult bia was in our community last and delighted in pounding girls with snow-balwho took his week looking after insurance. Rev. J. W. Sexton who has fancy. His voice was changing, been confined to his room for and had a screech like that of several weeks with a complica- the Irish banchee mingled with tion of diseases, we are glad to the thunderous cadences of a, ls WHOLESALE Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Louisville, Kentuekv. Columns, - Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog- Saturday June 22nd. Main 'Street He regarded himself say to his many friends that he as a sweet singer, but was is improving at this time Mr. J. D. Walker was on the threatened with a peace warrant sick list a day or so of last with when he strove to make a joyful noise to the Lord. a severe cold. In those days came Jim Cager The farmers in this section Yates, teaching that in order to are all about through sowing be prime favorites with the girls wheat and we are sorry to say we must be adepts in minstrelsy. . that there has not been a half I entered the camp of instruccrop sown, not one half of our tion and drilled with the awk-war- d farmers have sown any and squad. I subscribed a half those who did a very small crop. dollar, and pictured myself a They have also begun to gather future Tony Pastor. First I was ther corn, and we are glad to assigned to picket duty on the note that the crop is over an avbass, uut of a class of fifty we erage. Corn is selling on this . .! naa tnirty-nv- e bass singers, market at $2.00 per barrel. Our special to was; "Beyond the The quarterly meeting at this sunset's radient glow." It had place last Saturday and Sunday nine verses, and we sung them was very well attended. The all. In the chorus, "radiant Presiding Elder, Rev. Hogard, gluw. is repeated, by bass. I delivered some very excellent; would bring out the first installsermons. ment in a shrill falseto.-an- d the . Austin Wilmore spent a day at ;nextina profound bass. Edmonton last weeV. Jim Cager said my yoice had a fog-hor- n. 1 "1 Greensburg was for two hours with Buggies sold by Wood Lewis. July Blocked i and are Bargain Days August r During the day Town Marshall called on to clear the street. Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are the order and price Concessions hold sway If in need of Rugs, Carpets, and Linoleum For present or future use, it wilhpay you handsomely to look over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. What is the cause of these Phenominal Sales. Quality, i Hubbuch Bros., & Weilendorff Incorporated 522fand524 West Market St. Styles and Easy Riding. Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. REMEMBER, Woodson Lewis the Buggy man the Mo Aver and Binder man, the Gasoline , The Adair Countv News and Courier-Joum- a Engine man, the Implement man. Farm l 8oth One Year for $1.50. Is it the Hair or the Face that makes the Woman? 33PS8JVi, If yoa think-i- t w the face tyke anotLor look at tho two heads picturtxl litre. Ono shows nRirl which the most critical would pronounce beautiful. perfect her jrrsateat Vhi!n hor feitnre arc f chanr.h03iTiainaJsof fine lustrou-- i htir. T.ie i.KiuK-a- l ai t'j fcatnrea iJ other 7 exitrpt that jwi'wcalfe of hair ia wacttnjj. J50UI Ot tnrsi MuiGS t'ouk. atcra- tkwh arr ah-l- y p"c-,,ro;tl-tad Messrs. Hill arid Moore will gap in it, and he hoped put in a grist mill near 'We'ed'inisteer'-thtenor. This , vu; ,',;;!! UA uisjs. xuja win be a due me same oia voice in a ic great convenience to tne people was assigned to right well ds profita;! the alto, but results j ?n-ifnnr:An-., T. .... e 1 1 I could I tried; Next I, flank of s. lr S --- r ur ffc. were the ie investment to tne proprietors same. ; In despair, I was placed dis-visiting ;in the rear rankof the soprano, Mrs. Ida Conor, who has been but Alas! the villian of a her father, R. 0. Kelt-- 1 cordant, miss-fi- t voice still pur-ne- r, at this place for the past! sued me. I was offered two week, has returned to hr home dollars to quit the class; but in Oklahoma. to storm the outworks of coil-tinu- ed we trust. GREENSBURG, KY. Office i fSo I i.: V. V Nwferos.Hey Saves the Hair 3 1 Phone 194 Home Phone 53-- 1 Dr. James Triplet OVXCIi DR. T. A. SMITH DENTIST Columbia, Kentucky There UntXliiiw which teF3dirotieiotfi'1iairsfcuvinr. U io n lb wrthe oQ an m- This annoyme ttwiule to wtiich ewrrona w Bore oe ksa xpat ' t.o fvBk 4 itaj.l.!y VJslblecrowth or microbe eaed the Xx:ruT Germ-hurrswa down fci Itrobi tho the snap an.UnEtr-i- beclth, loosona tho hair, altewinu it to fall out. acalp ckan leaps (iir" newbrostlcJT'lidttaipUediglar!ye-TlintciaseiUTkt-- ikm, tie aai From North Carolina. melody. seem as of yesterday. Now, I am writing with glasses on my nose, and a glance at the miror shows crow feet at corners of my eyes, and my hair is nearly white- - Soon tn.e day of decay vill strike me, and I will truly be Old man All these things DENTIST GEO. VIXSC:S STORK Stroctioa ia unpardonable. an'. if tha hair foWdw toSSf orren.Wie Mr !. WtKul.to-jg.- !. Tte An abandanceof fluffy, glittering bir woaon a Olntcb&r U thus prevented bv not heerae AtoophloU. a aw ssowti 1- iKrf btcatj sad to permit its ncuHwa - - Columbia, Ky. Lattimore, Oct., 18, 1912. Editor News: t PIIOMJ20. Business Ihoncl3 A j Residence Phone 133 I was gratified to receive my y pas it N. MURRELLi copy of your paper corted, was through the blan- UK failed to arrive last week. dishments of Col. L. B. Hurt. DENTIST T feared you had cut me off the He insisted that I go with him to Office, Front rooms in Jeffries BTd'g list as a graceless correspondent, "see the gals," and Joe Nat Con- up Stairs. jover wanted me to help him The News is certainly relished, White." - Kentucky. Harking back to Gov. Hind- - rock a hornet's nest 1 went Columbia,' and for several reasons. One is, because it is published in God's! min I .remember him pleas-- j with Lucien; but" have always sorry I didn't help besiege country; another is, because it is antly, as one who always encour-'bee- n strongly Democratic and of such aSed me wheh I was a student the hornets nest. In either case G, P. SMYTHE 'afc M & F High School. I was! I would have been "stung"; but is the Kingdom of heaven. for e snabmest dressed pupil, re-- one young woman,- especially a While the tidings of your jour- HREJNSURANCE nalare generally refreshing, it gardless of age, sex, or previous frivolous, young one, can condition of servitude. sting a whole colony of hornets. conveys sad informa-- ! and vv nen x entereu tne institution... my laneruajie was 111 uue vci Mill REALSESTATe mnBtilait j. Parkf WiAA Xlhan fVlP . t had never been any where but iiauutai Ak.Avj vuju I was grieved to learn, a few to Tabor, Shady Grove, Zion 'and episode was mentioned. After weeks since, that Mrs. Fannie that, .for some time, I 'was like Garnett, a former friend, neigh Feeses and Conovers Mills. My raiment was jeans in Win- - the old man was by parrots. bor and schoolmate, had received U. H. Jones him ' how he m. E. Jones the last fearful summons, and am ter flax and tow linen in the Some one asked his answer was; & likewise saddened that Gov. Jas.i summer, number 10 boots, in liked parots, and " R. Hindman has been called into winter ancLbare foot in summer. "fried Vetewiminy" Surgeon "nnd.rjentUt I worshiped some fifteen girls at But I like all those "old worn-.en- " the valley of the shadow. When i '..;,experience. Special now, and would like to'meet 9 years attention at Columbia, five years since, I a distance r but their verdict, by given to Surgical and Dental work. arising vote, was;, "No Irish any body from Kentucky.' had the pleasure of meeting both Office at residence near Graded School ""For her my tears shall fall? these,friends of days gone by; need apply." building. For her my .prayers ascentUli MelvInYhite: . ..wi4 and also, John R. Johnson and The first young ladyT ever es- nvi i.tfVlil j to-da- Russell BTd'g--2n- d Floor Front Kills the Dandruff Germ - Stops FafHng Has Vc sell the oaa dollar size bottle with a positive suarantcc. PAl LL DRUG CO. ' Special Agent. . I Hernictii C Xcifel Jobbers and Dealers in j ; Electrical Supplies , j Inside and outside construction material, tools, telephone and farm lighting- - equipment. f ' Louisville, Ky. 236 W, Jeffersoni St. ; 1 - Longstreet. t I out-sometim- es j ; ' i i ! y Jones a , -- Jones Farmers are about though sowing wheat. Sunday school at Fairview is progressing nicely. Mr. Dallas -- Wade visited his parents Thursday and attended the box supper at Owenstown. S?B.cWade and son, Dallas are oTn 'tTxeuy armVqh 'Goose creek a fine store house. The singing is getting along ! nicely under the management of Prof. Leo Christman. Mr. A. R. F.oley and Miss Lil- lie Ashbrook were quietly, mar ried some few days ago, this be- -' ingjiis third venture in raa:ri mony. r .K. 1 r bailinhay. Fortunes in Faee5?i' 'SE!SCJ There's oiteunmuch truth mx&F sijliifr ;'her fac&iis ic, JprtuiieEUaifc. 1 S 1 , w Singing at Jerico closed last eruptions, blonches or other Wemisli-e- s disQgure it. Impurltilood is buc Sunday with a large attendance of them all,.aud ,s!k)ws the need' m and all reported a nice time. ; .pricings iTeVliife Pills. They pre--' mote health and beauty. Try thaw Bradley is' building 25 cents al Paull Dru Ce. Mr. J. W. Ml .i , 'v ) -.- I'B ti : -- i TJij .'