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Hughes, in honor of Miss Myrtle Zim- Asked to Deliver Funeral Oration C. Hamilton Married at 11:30 merman, of South Carolina. The Over "Dead Ones" at Jubilee. house was beautifully decorated, suit- Attorney General Has No Conxa 0'cIocR Yesterday. able to the occasion. The residence mem Concerning Goebel was darkened, except candles placed So sure are the Democrats of a in the windows, through the hall and Matter. great national victory that it is beipg Only the FamilY and a Few Friends Present. rooms. planued to hold a big jubilee in LouisThe guest began to arrive about ville the week following the election, 8:15 o'clock in their different garbs, Yesterday afternoon at 11:30 o'clock READY FOR TAX to celebrate the event. Col. Ben Lee CASES.. Miss Ruth Summers, daughter of Mr. each couple representing different Hardin has received a letter asking W. P. Summers, one of Columbia's characts's. After a while spent in him to deliver the funeral oration each wondering who the other one over the Eepublican and Bull Moose best young ladies, was married, at the was, tl ley were directed by the hostJustus Good's open letter to Gov corpses at the gathering. No better residence, to Mr. O. C. Hamilton, an ess to detach a string which had been McCreary, in regard to collecting franyoung man, who has made selection, in our opinion, could have excellent his home in this place for several fastened to the wall in the lower hall, chise tax. and suggesting that the been made. When Tilden was elected naaen: years, but who at present is employed and follow the course of the string attorney uenerai suouiu ue given ex- -' President in 187(5 Col. Hardin deliverend came at St. Anthomy HosThe Therefore, Ee it resolved: Fisrt, at Frankfort. The ceremony was where it led them through halls, up tra legal help, has brought forth the. pital, Louisville, October 29, 1912, that we, the members of the Sunday ed the oration at the burial of the performed by Rev. J. 11 Crawford in stairs and down, through rooms and following from Mr. Garnent: Frankfort, Ky., Nov., I.- - Attorney where two months before si ie went School of the M. E. Church South ex- "Bloody Shirt" in the court house the presence of the family and a few until they came to the end where n yard. A Eepublican of General Garnettlhadjno comment to they were expected to iiud their for treatment and where she submit- tend our sympathy to his bereaved that day donated one of his shirts and special friends. It was beautiful and make on the suggestion coutained in ted to a very delicate operation. and there they unmasked. loved ones and friends; impressive. The family here were in touch with Second, That the Sunday School, in it was taken to the slaughter house After visiting the fortune tellerthe the open letter ofjJ ustus Goebel, pub-ishImmediately after the rites the Thursday, the hospital and daily news of her recognition of his faithfulness, still and dipped in blood, placed in a cask- couple left for Frankfert, carrying the guest repaired to the dinning room councondition was received, and for the call the class which he taught so et, and with three Confederate and best wishes of their Columbia friends. where delightful refrestments were sel should be employed to represent the the Federal soldiers as first two or three weeks hopeful re- many years, Ilindraan's Class: Tn testimony of the popularity of served. After refresements, around the State in the suits tiled by the funeral cortege wended its way up and express companies hi turns came to the home which cheerd railroad Third, That a copy of these resoluthis very deserving couple, many with a game of, hankerohief was ed the husband, children and brother, tions be sent tp the members of his Main snreet followed by a thousand beautiful and useful presents were rein on the lawn for a while, Federal Court toenjoin collection of and the general impression was that family, one to the Adair County News horsemen and two or three thousand ceived. then all despersed for home, each loud franchise taxes under the increased She would get well and continue to be and one to the Central Methodist Ad- on toot, and the casket was consigned in their praisos for the joyful occasion. assessments of I9l2:but said he reto a grave dug for it in the corner of mains of the same opinion as when he a comfort to her loved ones. About vocate for publication, and one be Hurt Hays, the court house yard. "Quinine Jim" recommended to. Gov. McCreary a two weeks before her death a turn for copied in the minutes of the Sunday A Great Building Palls McKenzie, who was some pumpkins as month age tho employment of Attor- the worse was taken and the husband, School. Eespectfully submitted, an orator himself, was on the stand Yesterday, Nov. 5, 1012, Miss Verna when its foundation is undermined, ney John Rich,of;Covinton, who has though very much alllicted, and her Mrs. Jno. O. Eussell, ) health-go- od and heard. Col, Hardin's funeral ora- - Hurt, daughter of Mr. and Mr. A. I. and if the foundation of been retained in tr.e caes of the four children went to Louisville. She E. It. Moss, Committee. digestion is attacked; quick ) and ne said it was the llnest he Hurt, this place, was married in State. recognized them, and expressed a de- W. T. McFarland, pollupse follows- - On the lirst signs f t1 w';. Progress has beejna(le in. the prep Ition. ever heard fall from the lips of GftlcsVurg 111., to Mr. W. Woodruff of Indigestion, sire to return home when they were Dr. King's New Life "By all means Col. Hardin is the Hays, an industrious and popular. f" ready to leave the city, hot realizing ftratton of the casesl'uyjthe State, and Last Notice to Pills should be taken to tone the hopeless condition. The husband, mail that is needed in Louisville at young fanner. her (stomach and regulate liver, kidneys they will be ready for the hearing on though frail ill body, for two weeks the celebration. Ha rrodsburg Herald. Immediately after the ceremony the introductory injunction before I, or one of my deputies, will meet Mrs. Hays left for Columbia, Ky., and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and Federal Judge Cochranhere Novemlcept virgil by the bedside, and for the o"f Adair county at the more than a month the aged mother, following times and places where she will spend two months, only 25 cents at Paull Drug Co. Porto Rico's New Wonder. ber 20. The outcome ofjthat hearing to receive Mrs. Lou F. Miller, watched the your taxes visiting her parents. Mr. Hays will will not be final, as it islon a motion for the year 1912. These From far away Porto Eico come reChanges, and with tender hands and a taxes are now past of the railroads to grant a restraining ports of a wonderfull new discovery visit here later, and about the last of due and must be Public Sale. heart full of love soothed her beloved paid at once. I trust that every tax- that is believed will vastly benefit Decemberwill return withliis bride to order, pending disposition of the cases the his Illinois home. daughter as her life was fast ebbing payer will take advantage of on final hearing. The real test will this op- people. Eamon T. Marcean, of Barce-lonetOn Saturday November the 9th, I away. The devotion of Mr. Geo. R. portunity All of the bride's friends here are come then. to meet and settle same, writes1 'Driving's New Discovwill sell my household and kitchen Miller, her second brother, her second and save trouble glad that she lias been wedded to a and cost botli to you ery is doing splendid work here. It LETTKU TO GOVBUXOIC furniture, also 2 good cows and jersey son, Geo. E. Eeed; his wife,and all the and myself. Will cured me about live time of terrible gentleman of her choice, and stand heifer calf, 2 good hogs, one good be at: In his communication to Gov. Mcother children and brothers were Cane Valley, Saturday, .Nov., 16. coughs and colds, also ray brother of ready to extend to her the hand of mare, farm implements and other Creary Attorney General Garnetb congratulation. beautiful, her oldest brother coming Knifley, Saturday, Xov , 2.!. a severe cold in his chest and more articles too numeros to mention. said: "The State islvitally interested irom Minnesota to be with her in her Eoley, Friday, Nov., 22. than 20 others, who used it on my ad Sale at my residence near' Columbia, in the result of these suits in winch last hours. A Good Farm for Sale. Pellyton, Thursday, Nov., 21. vice, we hope this great medicine being at 10 o'clock. the collection of 3207,828.57 of taxes is Sallie M. Miller was born In Col u m MaGaha Friday. Nov., 15. will yet be sold in every drug store in Mrs. Nora McCoffree. involved. It is true that the State 10, 1SG2, and was the oldbia August Eoy, Thursday, Nov., 14. Porto Eico." For throat and lung t L will on Monday,' has mauy actions pending in the State est child of Joseph IL and Lou F. Glensfork, Wednesday, Nov., i:. the 2nd day of troubles it has no equal. A trial will Fiscal Court and in the Court of ApDecember, 1912, at the premises, sell Miller. She was happily married to Sparksville. Tuesday, Nov., 12. convince you of its merit. 50c and peals, and that this department is ofE. W. Eeed about twenty-eigh- t years Elroy, Wednesday, Nov., I:j. Lost. $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed at public sale, to the best and highest ten called on by the various departbidder, the land of the late E. E. ag9, and to the union eight children by Paull Drug Co. Gradyville, Saturday, Nov., 16 ments of the State for advice, and it were born, four of whom are living, Philpott, which lies in Washes BotKeltner, Friday, Nov., 15. A chain wrench between Columbia will require much time and labor to Mr. J. C. Yates, recenty bought Mr. tom on Cumberland river in CumberJo, Robert, Edgar and Frances. She Milltown, Thursday, Nov.. 14. and Jamestown, ou Eussell Springs prepare for George Jessee's interest in their part- land county, Ky., consisting of about roads. Will pay trial of the actions in is also survived by her mother, and A. T PattesonS. A. C. the finder for its re- the Tnited theStates District Court. nership well drilling machine and is 2oo acres of river bottom land in cu- turn. Leave at News ollice. three brothers, E. W. Miller, of MinHowever, I will suggest that there nesota, George E. and Henry N. Milnow in full and complete control of ltivationis well watered and well J. C. Yates. are connected with the Attorney Genler, this place. two splendid rigs. He took some con- adapted to grain, grass and stock Next Sunday forenoon Eev. .1. II. tracts, last week for drilling in .Tames-tow- n raising, also about 315 acres of timber eral's Department, Charles II. Morris, The deceased was a lady of high A National Business School. Crawford's discourse will be directed M. M. Logan, O. S. Hogan, and D. O. Christian character, loved by her cash and bal and lias finished a well for Mr. land. Terms one-hato the 3'oung men of the town and Myatt, all of wliom are able lawyers neighbors and friends the idol of her W. S. Knight of that city. We have ance in one year. Any one wishing . Kentucky is the home of an institu- and willing workers, and in point of He is anxious for a large at- no hesitancy in recomending Mr. more information will call on or children, the pride of a fond mother tendance, as he has a message that Yates, to the people of Eussell county, write, tion that is now enjoying a national ability they are equal to auy arm of .1. 1. Philpott, Executor. and devotedly loved by her companion reputation, AU the southern States lawyers known to me. In the light of and brothers. Her place can not be will be of special interest. Sunday as a man who understands his busiA rat. Ky. night he will deliver a temperance ness or as a man who haa all along f and mote than half of the Northern j the record. which these gentlemo filled, and a coi; home lias been made discourse, one that he has spent much lived up to a square are now sending students to the Bowl- - have made in the Court of Appeals, lonely. u deal in every par-ticIs your husband, cross? An irrita- ing Green 'Business University. The remains reached Columbia time in preparing. He wants the peoIts feel that 1 am warranted in saying lar. ble, fault finding disposition is often graduates hre also io strong ple generally to be present on this ocWednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock.and demand that they can and will manage the Mr. W. H. Wilson has rented a com- due to a disordered stomach. A man and are employed as they complete j suits pending iu the United States' the following day the funeral services j casion. modious house on Chestnut street with good digestionis nearly always their courses. were field in the Christian Church in District Court as well, if not better, near Second,Louisville,andwill remove good natured. A great many have which the deceased held her member- -' than any other firm of lawyers, and Hi Valuable Land For Sale. his family to the city about the 10th been permanently cured of stomach The boy's appetitu is often the j is my purpose to devote my time Is slap and had since she was about by taking Chamberlain's source og amazement. of this month, and will open a" board- trouble twelve years, of age. The services! If you would I have 105 acres of good land, in ing house. He will cater to the trade Tablets. For sale by Paull Drug Co. have such an appetite take Chamber- - land give these cases my personal afe- were conducted by her pastor, Eld. Z. tent ion throe traets which 1 will sell private of this section, and Iain's Tablets. They not only cronte T. Williams, and Eev. J. E. Crawfcrd, Jy he invites his ALL CASKs rBETARKD. at a bargain. Two tracts arc in of the Presbyterian Adair county friends to Church, both Green Mrs. U. L. Taylor, of this place, a healthy appetite, but stretgblen count', near the Adair line, one stop with him when in Louisville. speakers eajiug comforting words to 'The Board of Assessment and met with an'accident while in Louis- the stomach and enable it to do its in Adair near Green county line. Mr. Wilson is an did not request me to be piw-on- t, accommodating gen- ville, two weeks ago. She made a work naturally. For sale by Paull the living and paying the dead high Good dwelling the one on tract, and I am tleman and himself and his excellent Drug Co. as they had a right to do, at Om eulogies misstep and fell, bruising one of. her using all three traets as one farm. wife will do heating of any of tliese eases except their best to make his hips ery badly. After the accident The services ever, tlte remains were Will sell any one, or ah three of the guests feel at home. conveyed to the city cemetery and R. Crawlord will conduct the tlie L. & K., but in anticipation of Rev J. she returned to tyie home of hor tracts. there buried by the side of four of lier daughter, White Mills, where she was League at the Methodist church next,. litigation my entire office force reDr. J. J. Booker, "There could he no batter medicine visiting, but she has not been able to Sunday evening at 6:15 o'clock. All mained in Frankfort during the sum children Miami, Ky. than Chamberiain's Cough Eeraedy. walk with any comfort since. There weie many beautiful floral the young people of town are ecrJially mer months briefing and preparing My children were all sick with whoopcases in tlie State Fiscal Court and; designs. invited. ing cough. One of them was in bed, Ail Columbia is fa sympathy with the Court of Appeals. All the cane-whereiTrain With Shirt is pleasure to tell you that had a high fever and was coughing the State is interested have the bereaved family. Big Singing a! the Bridge. Tearing his shirt from his back an up blood. Cur, debtor gave them Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy is the been prepared for the Slate Fiscal best cough medicine I have Olttn mill f1arrml u n.i4 c ..1 I.. Cliambei Iain's Cough Remedy and l WfJnwL'v Jtr. f"Vk liaa fArmul Court aud on the first day of tlie foil the writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell,ever used, ' of Lav-oniCabbell and Jones will sing at the term of the Court of Appeals all Comnership in the saw mill business with from d wreck, but H. T. Alston, Ra-M- first dose eased them, and three. botGa. UI have used it with all my new bridge next Sunday afternoon at monwealth cases were ready W. E. Mjers, and the mill is now 'eifh. C., once preveuted a wreck tles cured them," says Mrs. E. A. for suit-children and the results liave been 2 o'clock p. m. Every body invited mission, which leases but Little work being removed to Sandusky & Co'., with Electric Bitters. 4,J was in a Donaldson, of Lexington, MIsk. For highly satisfactory." For sale by to come and bring' your books. Planing Mill. 1'here will be ample j terrible plight when 1 begau to use sate by Pull Drug Co. in that court. Paul! Drug Co. yard room to . ecoinmodate nil who them,' he writes, "my stomach, head cannot concur m tlte opinion of will need sawing . and every conven- - j baok and kidneys were all badly affect-ienc- e A position Is Certain. - Far Sale. the Board of Assessment and Valwill be m le on the yard as well ed aud my liver was in bad condition uation .when they say that an emerIt is important that every member as (in tile execution of the work. The but four bottles of Electric Bitters gency exists for the reason assigned. ISo one has ever completed Tele- of the Odd Fellow's Lodge, this place, Two first-clas- s sewing machhies, and by them. This board xig wi.l be firit-- c ass in every parti- made me feel like a new man.7' A had in ita emgraphy and Railroad accounting in be at the Hall Thursday night of this one piano. cular. A new 12 horse power boiler trial will convince you of their matchploy John Rich, of th Covington bar, week. There will be work, and -- the S. If. Hancock. will be placed, and tlie saws sufficient- less meult for aify stomach,. Mver or Bowling Green Business University local lodge will be assisted by visiting who, I am Informed, gathered and any timber iu this kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at without getting a position immediate- Odd Follows. ly large to take Let every, member be Don't wasts- - your money buying maxslialed the facts aud briefed the ly. It usually requires only live or country. The enterprise of Litis firm. Paull Drug Co. law sure aud attend. six months to complete the course. strengthening plasters. Chamber- board, which was presented to the fes ability to measure full value is and upon which it based the lain's Liniment is cheaper r. 'sWell Jcnowu, aud we predict a success- - i finding complained of. From inj ' Dampen a piece of flannel with it and The twenty-nint- h of October was Died. For Sale, iljUt uppeianun. bind it over the affected partn and it conversations with Mr. Rich I find the birthday of three of f r. E. W. will relieve the pain and soreness. that he is in possession of all the facts Eeed's children Robert, nenry and For Salt. necessary to prepare the defense in One extra good harness horse, ten For sale by Paull Drug Co. Mrs. William Beard, who was a Frances. On that day Mr. Reed's these casob; that by reason of his conyears old, is used to automobiles. If wife died, a remarkable coincident. Having decided to remove from Col x.dausrhter of Mr. Ilenrv Henson. ' died r ...l' uarmel', country -- .,asti ' . e taken at once a bargain. $5. down, and $1 a week, buys a good Sewing nection with the Board of Assessment ,n tne M timbia by the last of the year, and as day" and V&luatiou daring the last four Machine at Sinebirs. T. A. Murrell. The funeral was preached by . Wantedr--Peafowl$1.50 each. manse of my new parish is alreadv months lie is peculiarly qualified to furnished, I would be glad to dispose'. ReT; J" S' c,,aildJer' of lI,s place,on give great assistance to this departW. T. Ilodgen, The testimonial meeting of the Proa great many Born, to the wife of Sam A. Steven- ment in at private sale, my household belong baturday, The intermentfriends' being Bojc,bS2, preparing ,he defense in Campbellsville, Ky. gressives, last Monday, was fairly well son, a daughter Oct. 25. present. was at Mt. uan and these cases, and he is in possession ofr ings at reasonaoie prices. attended. Several testified in a pointCarmel church. Information which would-requirsev0. J. R. Crawford Mr. X. ;A. Tutt will complete this ed manner as to the greatness and Mrs. CM. Herriford met with a ' 'B-2t- r eral weeks of labor and study forme week a substantial brick wood house, goodness of their cause. painful accident last Fonday. She to gather, and on this account rr I ber T L'oftn rfr It adjoins the cook room of the resihands a full stock of was in a buggy and near the Harris lieve that I am warranted'in saying tv T. Williams , closed a meetmer . id, Z. i u , ,. Flakes of snow fell here Saturday bridge. Something scared the horse you tuui"a o.i caskets, also robes: 2 dence, making it very convenient n that an emergency now exists afy Ohestnuo u rove cuurcn, .ureeuing hearses Prompt service night or day. and he ran, Mrs. Herriford being morning. " UIXJH1UU"! niyiiu. Phone29 suflicient to authorize you tA rol"y thrown from the vehicle, bruising her I have a good yoke of k work cattle were fourteen additions to t,he 45-- 1 yr . J.'F. Triptett, or sale. J. A. Caldwell: Wanted: Wood and buttei atL. about tho head and body. She will Mr. Rich to assist in the preparation eh. 52-Columbia, Ey. recover in a few days. W. T. S. nf f.lioco (tncoc Whereas God in His infinite wisdom has taken our brother and friend, Mrs. Sallie M. Reed, Wife of Mr. Gov. J. E. Ilindman: And whereas we recognize that we E. W. Reed, Dies at St. have lost a leader. and supporter: And whereas we are deeply conscious Anthony Hospital. of the fact that the Sunday School, the church, and the community have lost a true and faithful Christian REMAINS LAID TO REST IN COLUMBIA. Worker who was ever for the right and opposed to all that was wrong: And whereas, we know that There have been many sad deaths in people, not only of Columbia, the but anil near Columbia in recent months, through the state and states, have rebut none more lamentable than, that ceived a heritage in his life of Mrs. Sallie M. Eeed, the beloved thought above the common that lifts and unwife of Mr. E. W. Reed, of this clean things of eaith to treasuies 'in place. i j , 4 GONE TO HER REWARD. Resolutions of Respect. COL. HARDIN. A HOME WEDDING. Party. GARNETT REFERS well-know- spook-partne- r, ed that-addition- pall-beare- rs perti-cipate- -- -- - - Tax-Payer- s. tax-paye- rs a, -- 52-2- 51-4- 1. lf ily t J Yal-suati- on 10-2- m wc 'it n ! t- - I tii r, a, J 'I ' and-bctte- & "-th- s, e ' - "-- 2t iKm & 5 THE ADAIR COUNT Program. NEWS ation The proclamation follows: SELECT I, James B. McCreary, Gbv-j 1 CULLING? TIMELY HINTS FOR FARMERS ROUND THE GLOBE COAXING THE MULES. i Program of Fifth Sunday ernor of the Commonwealth, do 1 Ministers meeting to be held issue this proclamation designs 1912, with Fair View Church Nov. ing Wednesday, Nov., 13, as Arbor Gay for the Common30 and Dec, 1st 1912. wealth of Kentucky, and request SATURDAY MORNING NOV. 30. Song service by choir conduct- its observance by the planting of trees, or such other appropriate ed by W. C. Shepherd. Devotional exercises by Pastor. exercises as may be deemed District mission work by M.L. proper. Shepherd, W. A." Breeding and The attention of all the people and especially teachers and puW. T. Mitchell. pils of the colleges and school is Ought the minister to be comcalled to the importance of plantpensated by D. C. Hopper. ing trees. Intermission A priceless heritage has been AFTERNOON SESSION. wasted in Kentucky and1 we should strive to do our duty by Music by the Choir, Temperance, by Rev. M. T. making every proper effort for a renewal of our forest. Other Grimes and E. G. Wilson. of the church and states are giving much attention pastor by Rev. W. F. J. Wilson. to Arbor Day. In one State over Sunday Morning Dec. 1st 1912 one million trees were planted on deDevotional exercises by M. T. Arbor Day, and the benefit rived from other States was Grimes. great. Music by choir. More attention should be given What has Baptist principles to the common observance of Arbeen worth to the world, by bor Day in Kentucky than has Revs. J. S. Wade and C. F. been given heretofore. Trees Breeding. planted on the next Arbor Day Value of Sunday school to will add to the beauty of the church by Rev. B. F. Vails and neighborhood, and to the wealth Aaron Wilson. and welfare of the future, and supply the increasing need in NOON. . many parts of the State. School Afternoon Session. house yards, home yards and Music by the choir. Spiritual betterment of the public roads shouid be beautified church by Rev. J. R. Grider and with trees. Our national forests are diminishing and we must not J. M. Williams. only save what is left of the forMusic ests, but we must reforest the Adjournmen. cut over, the burnt over and the W. A Breeding, ) S. T. Hopper, Committee. unforested districts of the State. W. T. Mitchell, ) November 15 is the date upon - - mmm which the counties of Kentucky Gainesville, Ga. will set out the Arboratum in the There may be some one that capitol here. would like to read a letter from Early Laying Pullets. the South, so I will attempt to write a few lines to the good old A Single Comb WhitelLeghorn News. pullet that laid her first egg just People are done pulling fodder 4 months and 14 days from the what little they had. Where these date of her hatching, is one of little creeks and river bottoms the results of Breeding for early had plenty of corn last year, on maturity obtained by the College them, have not a stalk on them of Agriculture, Ohio State Unithis year. But the people did versity. The usual age at which not make a complete failure on pullets begin laying is about 6 them, the bottoms and every months. This extraordinary fowl where else, had an abundance of was one of a group of 720 that crab grass. Nearly every body were hatched at the same time. is done making syrup. Gotten Five or six others from this picking is the day, just about a group began laying much earlier half a crop in this vicinity. Cotthan ordinary fowls, showing ton pickers can get from 50 to that it pays to breed for early 60c a hundred. Cotton is the latmaturity. They were from the est this year for years. Yesterlaid strain of Single Comb Cotton is low, it's selling all the White Leghorn, that have been way from 10 ro 12c a pound. bred especially to develop early Short crops, low prices, and high laying. It may be interesting to cost of living as the people say, know just how this flock was fed. "that hard time will whisper From the first day to the sixth close to their doors the ensuing week they received twice a day a year." grain ration of 2 lbs. fine cracked We had tvyo'or three cool spells corn and 3 lbs cracked wheat. and it was reported a little fro3t Up until day the twenty-firwas seen one morning, it was so they also received three times a light, it did not injury any of the day a moist mash composed of 4 late vegetation. pounds rolled oats; 3 lbs. corn The state election has passed, it meal; 3 lbs. wheat middlings; 6 was first Wednesday in Oct. and lbs wheat bran; 4 lbs, sifted meat everything is quite, here it get- scraps; 2 lbs. alfalfa 'meal; lb. ting close to the national elec- bone meal; lb. fine charcoal. i tion. But the people don't say This was mixed with skimed milk .much about it, only they say or buttermilk and fed in shallow Wilson will be our next Presi- trays. From the sixth week to dent, maturity they received a grain ration of 2 lbs. whole wheat, fed Eldora George. in open hoppers. From the twenty-fArbor Day is Fixed by the Gover- irst day to maturity they renor. ceived a mash composed of 1 lb. rolled oats; 1 lb. corn meal; 1 lb. Ky., Oct, 14 Gov- wheat middlings; 2 lbs. wheat Frankfort, y issued a bran; 1 lb. sifted meat scraps; & ernor McCreary designating No- lb. alfalfa meal; 2 oz. fine charproclamation vember 13 as Arbor Day, urging coal. This was fed dry in hop the people to plant trees and pay pers. In addition they were more attention to their conserv given green foods and grits. t-Co-operati- on Mtthods of Stags Drivers In th Moun- tains of Mexico. The drivers who pilot the stagecoaches through the mountains in Mexico have a way of their own of coaxing their mules along the rough roads. The method Is described by Wallace Glllpatrick in his book. "The Man Who Likes Mexico:" "If you have never ridden on a Mexican coach you have still a new sen sation in store. The Chapala coach has a cushion on top, and if you are fortunate in sharing this seat you may ride muy a gusto, seeing the country and the manner of manipulating an eight mule team at the same time. "There are two about the size of rabbits in the lead, a string of four In the middle and two larger ones on the wheel. The driver has a whip with a lash long enough to reach the leaders. His assistant has another shorter one but his chief persuaders are rocks. "The assistant earns 50 cents a day and free Insurance against dyspepsia. He alights at the foot of every hill and fills his sombrero witb rocks on the way up. He then shies several bowl ders big enough to dislocate a hip at the leaders, and when the whole team Is in a gallop he swings himself on to the bor in some miraculous way. 1 think he stands on the hub. He couM never do it If he wore shoes." TRAINED use is the utilization of waste materia!, utul the e of weeds as food staples is a phase of this triumph. The most interesting of these new "weed foods" Is milkweed, the common, wild variety that grows in everji rocky pasture, in meadows and by road sides in abundance. Its large, thick, smooth leaves are familiar to ail. and its deep, dull pink tuft of flowers and. later, its seed pods, filled witb delicate floss and flat brown seeds. When it Is broken off a thick, white, milky juice exudes. This is rich in nutrition. This common and luxuriant weed is now being cultivated in gardens as a valuable food staple airl makes one of the most delicious of vegetables It tastes almost exactly like asparagus and is cooked in much the same "way as spinach. It has been found to be rich in natural salts and nutrition and is easily cultivated. Mrs. M. P. Haskell in Leslie's. u-- Milkweed as a Food. One of the economic triumphs of the ! Save the BabiesI Dr. Edward B. Phelps of New York told the delegates to the recent international congress of hygiene at Washington about the enormous death rate among babies in the United States. lie also told them how infant lives might be saved and how they were now sacrificed by sin, poverty, neglect and ignorance, lie said among other things: "Fifty-fiv- e million babies are born Into the world each year. But of them h 15,000,000 more than die before they reach the age of one year. This mean3 that about 40,000 babies die every day in the year, or that on every other tick of the clock an infant life goes out. To this terrible harvest of infant lives the United States contributes 1,000 a day. There are the best reasons for believing that at least 50 per cent of the world's infant mortality Is readily preventable, and the civilized countries are just beginning to awake to that fact." New York World. one-fourt- America Through German Spectacles. "When we 'say 'America' wo mean our own country," writes an American student from Berlin, "but here that geographical term covers a larger territory, and when a native speaks of a 'brother in America ho may refer to a coffee grower at Rio or a miner or merchant at Caracas. This 'greater America and the German lack of knowledge as to when to draw the line between north and south were shown at a theater here recently. In a little play one scene represented a barroom in a Nevada mining camp. The bar was an elaborate affair; there was carpet on the floor, and, to cap all. the patrons wore costumes such as one sees in Brazil. The "tough man wore a sombrero ornamented with tiny bells, and the hero's dress would have been appropriate for the chorus In 'Carmen.' ' New York Tribune. York 1,000,000 pounds of cheese is an That Wisconsin last year sent New The Cheese Wisconsin Makes. interesting fact brought out by some statistics just prepared by the agricultural economics department of the University of Wisconsin. Wisconsin is now the leading cheese producing state in the "Union, having wrested the honor of Grst place from New York. Fifteen million pounds of cheese were sent to Illinois alone last year, and or this great amount 10,500,000 went to the city of Chicago. Missouri was sent 8,000,000 pounds. Texas 7,500,000 and Georgia 5,500,000. Iowa, Tennessee. Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana. Nebraska and Ohio were each sent 3.000.00U pounds of cheese. Six million pounds were sent to Kansas City, while St. Louis and Omaha each received nearly 3.000.000 pounds. Leigh Hunt's Daughter. General surprise will probably be telt at the announcement that Leigh Hunt's youngest daughter is sUll alive at tin age of eighty-fouLeigh Hunt himself was born in 17S-1- . and it was exactly 100 years ago that he was fined and imprisoned for describing the regent as a "corpulent Adonis of fifty, so that his daughter represents a remarkable link with the past. The daughter, who is now ill and in re duced circumstances, married the late Charles Smith Cheltnam. who died in April of this year after a remarkably diverse career In which he was sue cessively a wood engraver, art critic to the Illustrated London News, manager of the Morning Chronicle. editor of the Belgravia Magazine and one of the subeditors of the Daily Telegraph London Globe. r. -- i st Mulai Hafid and His Souvenirs. Mulai Ilafid, the of Morocco, took back to Tangier more than 500,000 worth of souvenirs bought dining his stay In France. His purchases are extensive. They include cows, phonographs, pianos, fountain pens, dolls and even sugar. Several cars were necessary to take this "luggage" to Marseilles, and the showed considerable displeasure when It was explained that he could uot have all his treasures sent to his hotel. ex-sultex-sult- an Aerial Flights For Tuberculosis. 0 to-da- take a flight in an airship. Dr. Flein-minan eminent authority on tuberculosis. Jecturlng recently before the If you have incipient consumption g, -- Berlin Aeronautical association, described the benefits of high altitudes upon those afflicted and asserted that fifteen minutes' exposure to the sun's rays during an airship flight at high jdtitude was certain death to the bacilli 5f tuberculosis. Ex-chang- Half of Cuba's tobacco crop is exported. Of London - inhabitants "jno per 1.000 are country born Use of Scales In Feeding. The bulk or the Swiss mail is illusThe best and practically the oui? trated post cards. way one cau tell whether his animuls The adult white male population of are making proper gains or not is by the Transvaal totals lUS.OOO. the use or scales, writes W. A. Popke There are 2.G00 miles of railroad in farm and Fireside. within the city limits of Chicago. A friend of mine who gave me the The controversy regarding Mars bedata used here tried this on a colt last weighed ICO pounds ing an inhabited planet began In 1S77. year. The colt This year's hay crop In England and when foaled and was weighed every week for the first six months, with Wales has been seriously damaged by the following results: Three and three-fourt- h rain. Shipping casualties of all nationalpounds average daily gain first ities last year totaled 10S vessels, with h pounds month, three and average daily gain second month, three a tonnage of 114,231. A toy shop in Washington once fre pounds average daily gain third aurt pounds quented by Lincoln and lite son. "Tad." fourth months, two and one-haaverage dally gain the fifth and sixth Is soon to be torn down-Oi- l months. is declared certain to supersede j At ten months the colt weighed S70 coal for fuel on boats within a very , pounds and had made a daily gain of few years. Cheaper and cleaner. h pounds, about two and Tokyo has a female population of which is very good for a grade Percb-eron- . 752,000. and of these 191,000 are em. ployed outside of their own families The colt was allowed all the whole After many tests under government oats and bran it would clean up until supervision in Germany, salt has been live months old. Iler mother was work found the best preservative for butter ed nearly every day. and the colt suckWomen occupy an important position ed four times a day from S o'clock in In the public services of France, no the morning to 5 o'clock in the after- fewer than 153.02S being so employed. noon. At night both mare and colt According to experiments in Grr were turned out to pasture. man schools, girls seem to have t bThe winter ration consisted of a mix gcolor sense better developed than boys ture of five pounds of whole oats, two According to recent official statistics, pounds of shelled corn and five quarts the estimated population of Ron man in of sklmmllk daily. A small amount of at the end of the year 1911 was 7.0Sfi. silage and mixed hay for roughage ?n; were also fed. United States annually expends for liquors, $1,200,000,000 Start Early With the Colt, for tobaccos and $500,000,000 for mo.lust about the time the colt begins tors. to see how close he can come to his One year's supply of coal for New mother's ears with his heels while she York, loaded into fifty ton cars, would Is feeding is the time to slip a strong reaching from that city little halter on him. And this should make a trainCity. to Salt Lake be repeated every day. Short lesson.; The looser tho snow as it lies on the and frequent should be the rule. Lead ground the greater its power to prothe mare along and the colt will naturally follow by her side. He learns first tect v isolation beneath it, according obedience to the halter, which serves to German scientists. There were 7,750 cremations of huto keep him in line. Gradually extend the lessons, and training the colt to man bodies In Switzerland last year, lead to bailer will in the end be found an increase of 22 per cent over the to be practically no effort for either number for the year before. man or colt. Walt till the colt Is a The Invention of a dame derived year or more old and the result will be from electric energy that will not give dangerous struggling, with fair chances off heat is claimed by a French scienof a poorly broken horse. tist who is keeping the details secret. Collars and cuffs made of the curd-o- f goat's milk, dried and compressed, The Uniform Flock. It the hens are badly mixed secure a the invention of a Parisian, are said to pure bred, vigorous cockerel of the wear nearly ns well as celluloid artibreed you most prefer. If the use of cles. pure bred males Is continued the A report from Berlin pays that fashpure the first ionable women of that city are carrv f will be s year, pure the second Ing silver spoons in a case for use' Ir s year, and the third. By they partake of ices in a confectioner this time the flock will have become shop fairly uniform. To secure an early maMarried in a ballroom, spooned in the turing vigorous flock eliminate the clouds, landed In a pig sty. is the ex weaker pullets, save the strong hen pcrience of a Kansas City couple wl.o that are free from white diarrhea, and went up in a balloon for their honey get a strong pure bred cockerel. Couu-tr- moon. Gentleman. Ninety thousand horses perish every year on Manhattan Island, and no fewer than 0.."00 of these succumb to glan CLEANLINESS tiers eonnnuuicated by filthy- horse troughs Caps made of aluminiui:. AND HOG HEALTH, tubing, and maskswhich either hot or through old water can be circulated, have bo: invented by a Vienna scientist for un-a-- j stirgiral compresses. Three Essentials Necessary to Cheese is coining more and more in favor for lunches in England. In at. ditiou to the homemade product then Well Being oi Herd, was consumed last year imported cheese that cost Sai.71G.000. The number of meals given to schoo The three things I thiuk absolutely children in England last year was Id. ssential to the health of the Herd are S72.O0O The cost was 153.000. ..: clean feed, pure water and dry. comwhich only l.:7." was received fortable sleeping quarters, writes an a- - voluntary contributions. Illinois hog grower In the American A method for stopping a teak in . Agriculturist The food of the hog should be as clean as that given any vessel with compressed air, at tic other animal, because every particle of -- nine time pieventiug injury to ntlic dirt. Glth and indigestible matter parts of the vessel has been succe fiilly tested In the United States naw taken into the stomach impairs digesBesides the sparrows and the pigeou-whic- h tion and reduces the gain as well as iniiilmh' fh atmosphere of Lm. jures the health of the animal. Then-shouldon. then .teat uest of crow-- , in be a clean feeding floor in win! -- t survivor of uuniei ter or when it is too muddy to feed Univ's to exist in ous rookciio w uich elsewhere. the old buildings of the city. It is a law of uature that the excregold mines, in one of wlm -i ment of all animals is poisonous to ricli ' Chi is reported to have hei themselves, but not to other animals been systematically vor Hogs may follow cattle without in- -- truck, li.i venrs Gold was tr.- -i jury, but the thing most essential and ed lor tivci -- covered in the prhu ipulity in 1M" most difficult is to keep the food of d. hog from becoming contamiuafed ui a lode on the Clogan mountains the i:acou seems to be even better ii! with his own excrement: hence t the value of the feeding floor and the iiu in England than beef The impon portance of keeping It clean. Be sure bacon last ear were 4.S0S.7.!S hundred to locate the floor where the sun can Height against oi(J.oSJ) In 101U. when as the imports of frozen beef we-shine on it. A pig will not walk eighty rods to -- mailer in 11)11 CJ.12O.07U than in liii get a drink of clean water If water of i::.7ii:.S7Si any kind, no matter how filthy, is nearA passenger on a German steainei er. The pig's body is 10 per cent wa- iifiei trying various remedies for mm ter, and if the supply is below normal ate a pancake with (('crinaii requirements gains will be proportion- cranberries and found himself prompt ately low and the health of the anily cured All the steamers of that Iiu mals impaired now have "Pfannkucbon mit Pref.--e heeren" on their menu Cyprus, which wishes to unite with Feeding the Colt Well. "recce. Is nnlj nominally Turkish, lor The colt that must stand the storms of winter on a poor ration will come since ls7s. the whole of the adminis through thin in flesh and wabbly leg- trativc power has been wielded U. Jre-i- t ged. If he ever makes a first elas The island wa- Britain may be lame. Stunted the jured by the Turks In 1570. horse he . first winter may mean stunted Tor with an army of (iii.OOO. con life There is uo doubt that blood il.et'ed it. will tell in horses, but a man can There are thirty-thremembers of starve that blood until It Is hardly able the British house or lords" of eighty to tell anything but a story of bad years and upward as against six of treatment. tin lower chamber. The Earl of U'emyss tops the list with ninety-fouMid then follow Lord Strathcona at Profit In Brood Sows. with Lord Nelson. Lord It costs about S10 to keep a breeding ninety-two- . sow a year If she gives you two naNliiiry. Lord Peel. Lord Scarsdale litters of pigs each year there should jwhose son is Lord Ctrrzom. down to be a clear profit of at least $20 from Lord Roberts, who is eighty. The house r commons has but one nonagenarian, her, and you have your sow left in and hfs name Is the bargain. oue-fourtlf one-fourtofl-spri- TURTLES. Tricks These Clumsy Creatures May Bo Taught to Perform. Of all living creatures, says a writer In the Strand Magazine, the turtle is undoubtedly the slowest in its movement and probably possesses the least brain. Yet a well known American naturalist has succeeded in training three of these creatures to do a number of little tricks. He places them, one above the other, on spools, and If a piece of cabbage or other green stuff Is held out In front of them they will make a complete circuit, all moving in unison, keeping their balance and not tumbling off. The bigger turtle will also ring a one of Its forebelL This it grasps-In- , feet, Jerks it off the ground and then gives it a shake. It is quite amusing to watch tho slow, deliberate manner In which this Is done. The turtles have always lived in their owner's house, spending their time in the kitchen hunting down the vermin. One of tho turtles draws a little cart about the garden, a task which he apparently does not resent In the least. Of course he Is never kept harnessed for any length of time. He Is quite tame, follows the children about the garden and will even eat from their fingers. When a Child Has a Convulsion. When a child is suddenly seized witlt a convulsion proceed as follows: FirsL Loosen the clothing, but take off only the shoes and stockings.. Second. Place the child upon a bed or table, with his legs hanging over the edge from the knees down. Third. Put his feet and lower legs in a pail of hot wa ter to which has been added one of powdered mustard. If you have no mustard use hot water alone. Be very careful it is not hot enough to burn. Fourth. Put an Ice cap to the head. Lacking an ice cap, use plenty Ice done up in a towel of crac-KcFifth. Give an enema of warm soap suds. Repeat it If it is uot retained Sixth. As soon as the child in able to swallow give a large dose of castor oil Dr. R. H. Dennett in Woman's Flome Companion table-spoonful d one-hal- three-fonrth- seven-eighth- -- y - & fro:-I.-irei- i d i u-- ed - .t Polls and Barbers' Poles. The barber is the ouly professional man whose emblem is a pole. The em blem is a pun. A poll is a head. Tin. verb "poll" means to lop off a head The earliest barbers were removers of beards. "Barba" is Latin for beard The French called a man who shears off beards a barbier. But the barbier also removed hair from the apex and adjoining regions of the head. With the modesty characteristic of many professional men he magnified his function and adopted for his emblem a device which taken In its fullest sig uificance would indicate that he removed the entire head. Because "poll" is pronounced the same as "pole" he conceived that a pole would be the appropriate emblem of his profession.-Ne- w York Sun His Hand Bath. Arguing forcibly, if not convincingly, against the custom of taking a bath, still happily prevalent In certain quarters, an English writer relates the savory story of a Kentish farm work or whose horny hand he grasped "Good Kent dirt," said the man. catch Ing a critical glance. "Haven't had time to wash your hands before tea?" was the question. "Wash my 'andsr exclaimed the man, then explanatorily: "I never washes my 'anda. When the gets ard I lies 'em." Fata! Admission. Merchant What other qualifications have you for the place? Applicant-We- ll, my friends tell me I have a con tented disposition and Merchant You won't do. We want a man with a discontented disposition, one that will hustle. Philadelphia Press. Encouraging. Amusing Is a favorite threat of the famous Dr. Keate, who used to say: "Remember, boys, you are to be pure In heart or I'll flog you till you are.' London Answers. Musical Name. Mrs. Towne So Hiram Sharp's girl Eflie has become a music teacher? Hepsibah Yes: we call her Eff Sharp. Boston Transcript. -- , -- s. :t 11-.- e r. Yo-nng- . .4 ?i ir 3x IR COUNTY NfeWS CIPHER MESSAGES. A FRIEND OF THE Money Saver. FAMILY. A NELSON'S COOLNESS. ., -m Dangerous Fire Aboard His Ship Every Person Must Have One Which The Persian Monarch Suddenly Didn't Excite the Admirali All Interest In Radium. the Government Registers. When Miss Ann Pickett dropped In Two or three days licfore the battle Radium, most mysterious of the new on her neighbor, Mrs. Splcer, and of Trafalgar a boy on the Victory careThe Game In the Days When It Japanese seals (ban) are of wood, mysteries in modern science. Is so litstone or metal, with signs engraved on found her moping over the fragments lessly set fire to a bottle of ether. The Was Played With Bare Hands. the face. They are used in addition to tle familiar to unscientific men that of a gilt vase Miss Ann sympathized result was that the flames extended to a signature to represent an individual, the panic of the oriental potentate degenerously. "It must have been rath- - some sails and also to a part of the ' a legal person or a corporation. The scribed in a recent book by M. Xavier er a costly vase," she said, looking ad - ship. There w;is a general confusion Paoll. a French detective, la easily unMASKS WERE NOT USED THEN. seals ot the emperor are distinguished mlrlngly at the pieces. running with buckets and what not ' as privy and state seals. They are derstood. "No, It only cost six bits," Mrs. Spl- - and. to make matters worse, the tiro Once while in Paris the shah of each three inches square. cer acknowledged. "'Tain't that I vras becoming dangerous, as it was ' expressed a Persia. Muzaffar-ed-din- . As a Result Fractured Noses. Split The state seal is used mostly upon rapidly extending to the powder maga- feel so bad about." wish to know something of Professor Palms and Broken Fingers Were documents relating to foreign "Maybe It was a ift that you prized zlne. Incidents The Advent and tries. The privy seals are stamped on Curie's famous discovery. M. Paoll During the hubbub Lord Nelson was because of associations?" made the necessary arrangements. imperial rescripts, issued for proclamaMrs. Splcer shook hir head. "Jim in the chief cabin writing dispatches, i Development of Protective Devices. Complete darkness is of course needed tions at home. noise he could and I bought it over In ""jpkinsvllle His lordship heard the "Can you Imagine a modern baseball if radium is to reveal itself in all its Japanese law requires that each a long time ago. 1 prized it because not do otherwise and so lu a loud playing the game barehanded?" dividual should send in an impression brilliancy. With endless trouble Paoll It was such a .siiYintr to thf fnmtlv i voice he called out: abKeu a naireu ran wnne discuss- - 01 ms seai as a specimen caiieo. jitsu- - persuaded the monarch to descend Into The first year we had it I kept it on "What's all that noise about?" luK diamond doings of long ago. "There ln to have it registered and kept in a one of the hotel cellars that had been . The boatswain answered: the front shelf for a general ornament uld be plenty of business for the , government office (district ofiice of a arranged for the purpose. Then when Jim's birthday came and I , "My lord, the loblolly boy's set fire t e But at length bis majesty, with all Tillage) that it may hadn't anything else handy to give I tp an empty bottle and if set fire to bone setters and so many errors In the city J0 his suit, proceeded to the underground r him the vase for his own. Next the ship." fieJ(1 thnt the sport would develop into . ?mniJ5S apartment. Professor Curie closed the Christmas instead of paying out good , 'Oh!" said Nelson. "That's all. is it? a burlesque. Yet 1 can remember the door, switched off the elcctnc light money to buy something new. he gave , I thought the enemy had boarded us ; dnys wuen balI , nevcr wore ' d and uncovered his specimen ot radium. ete wld and taken us all prisoners. You ana ' It back to me for a Christmas present bet 7, sl,ones' filoves and wnen 'hers , ad neither mostly in use at the present day are of Suddenly a shout of terror between' the Remembering that the commonest Then I ,v,. it to .ltm innior n hi ioblollr m,mr imr it ,,r .,.! M ItrnrtuJrn ....., .V . rrfrtot flfnto ...vuw UV. mtfta IVMUU U..V.v..w. doubles are "ee," "oo" and "ff" (in the birthday, and he gave it to Sue Belle i "we . re not blown up. But prav make fnnclre nnr .U.VW ..14. 0wwF v... irvfil frfti'r rhlnnnorno roar of u bull and the yell of a man courage to face a swift pitcher and lots or buffalo horn, shell, marbles or of being murdered rang out and was an little noise alwut it as you can or 1 order given) and the commonest two' on hers. or a hundred others. letter words are "he," "by," "or," "as," 'The next spring all the kinfolks got can't go on with my dispatches." And of nerve to get in front of a hot cherry vood hasboxwood, and recently echoed bygeneral India rubber come in use. "Amid excitement and con"at" and "an" (in the order given), n up a birthday party for old Aunt Sal- - "with these words Nelson went to his ' "rounder" Tho.ink used for stamping-Icalled sternation." writes M. Paoll, "we flung person should be able to solve almost lie Spicer. and we took her the rase, desk and continued his writing with Many of our citizens who played gcnerallr ot vermilion red. curKPlvp npon the electric switches any cipher message. After she'd kep' it a good bit she gave the greatest coolness, baseball more than thlrty-fiv- e years ' nlkuIt Tne cheapest kIn(1 of seai8 are made and turned on the lights. it to Jim's sister Jane for a weddln' ago will tell you that broken fingers, 0f boxwood and sold at 5 cents apiece. "Then we beheld a strange spectacle. present, and afterward Jane gave It TO SING. THE PARIS OF PERSIA. bone bruises, split palms and torn fin- - Most seals are oval in shape, but some In the midst of the prostrate Persians, FORCED HIM t to me and Jim when we had our china , ger nails were everyday accidents and j are round and others square. They with his arms around the neck ot the 1 was countin' on givln' It Teheran Is One of the Dream An Occasion When Abell Made Up Hie weddln'. Cities of mat a piayer who showed the white rarely exceed f inch in diame- - grand vizier and his round pupils dito Jim again on his next birthday, and Mind In a Hurry. the Orient. feather was tabooed. Before gloves ' ter. Oriental Review. lated to their very rims, stood the here It smashed According to a Persian proverb, and masks were invented catchers had It is probable that on no occasion has now tell you.isMiss Ann. to flinders. shah, shouting at the top of his voice "I it most makes is beautiful, Shlraz endless troubles. The old timers who any other musician had to practice hla me cry to In Persian: PEROXIDE'S MANY USES. think of losing such a useful Teheran is most beautiful is lovely, but dared to stand close behind the batsart under more disagreeable circum- family article so near Jim's birthday of all." The "'Come away! Come away! out mT tmcio Pershtus call Teheran the "Paris of men hnd rPPt.ll ImnoL-nr-t stances than that in which Abell, a tool" Youth's Companion. "The switching on of the light calmPersia." This city lies on a sandy lev- fractured by the foul tips that could U ,8 a Valuab,e "Antiseptic and Can Be ed his mad terror as if by magic. Realsinger of the seventeenth century, once Employed in Other Ways, el. There are gentle hills to tbo north, not be avoided. Soon came a habit of found himself. 0ne oC the most powerful bleaching izing the disappointment and chagrin nutting a nil WORK OF EARTHWORMS. and far in the distance one ruav see a of solid rnhw in ti. It appears that while Abell was ramhe had caused M. Curie, the shah tried - o ,n- VUHOUS TOttieS IS month mnrt in cnxh n mnr,n of ninnnlnina nrnn-niu- l H,l ' agCniS employed, bling through Poland he was sent for hydrogen, also known as ' to compensate him by the offer of a covered the li s .ind nrovhlPd nrnton. Peroxide of to go to court, and after evading the These Humble Burrowars Ar Graat lestie and snow envoreil nnnt But the austere man of - decoration. , offl-. - hydrogen dioxide and oxygenated waAids to the Farmer. , The features of Teheran that- attract tion for the teth. Ir ,nmnvi request by excuses for a short time he . . science," couclndes Paoll. "thought nt color in ostricn tnl,pro Ier-- ine " was commanded to attend. At the The humble earthworm is one of the traveler's attention first nro its cltv ' dent that nil the Ipmlino. l)Iumes is removed by it, and It will to decline it." palace Abell was placed in a chair in man's best friends. The farmer and walls and its hundred towers that stand adopted it. i?ut even then It was dan- the center of a spacious hall and sud- the gardener could not spare him. Dr. at intervals in the wide circle of the '' gerons to close up until James . uIso blcach a sreat numbcr r other NAILED THE WRONG MAN. denly drawn up to a great height. The J. Newton Friend tells about him in ramparts. In the center of the town i Tyng, rln- former Harvard player, in- - tblDgs' sucb as bones' .ivory' silver' VOOd, silk, cotton and hair. It Can be orpt-n nmheo,.. sonnro of tVio nreonnl trlioro ' ventPil r!i.. king, with his attendants, appeared in Splonro Prnnvco IVrrwri Tin ItVIonrt'o Mio rrnnh "' -v ,w - ..., .. wv vwtikrv.i 0Jit aUutll ". a gallery opposite him as he sat thun- observations It appears that worms an enormous number of now obsolete j with bi...-,- strips of flattened iron that us?d ,to restore tne color tto old oil The Reporter Didn't Get an Interview, but Did Get a Story. arms are stored. The great Boulevard covered the face, but also partially ob-- PaintinSs which have become darkened j derstruck in his suspended chair.t At aerate the soil in a variety of ways. ny age. Th? late IJepreseutative Hingham o enter rencn scureu the backstop's vision. . the same instant 'several bears In burrowing through the soil the des Ambassadeurs. as tne ! ed the hall with their keepers. worms render it more porous and per- would call it, which is near the arsenal, , Then came the catcher's gloves, one! Peroxide i.s a valuable antiseptic and Philadelphia, who was for many years As the singer gazed in horror at meable to gases, not merely by virtue is one of the lincst to be found outside t for each band. These gloves were of will also destroy objectionable micro- the "father ot the house." served In organisms in water. It can even be emigres w'uh Hie tate Genera! Meyer, ; light kid, with no Gngers and little or these ferocious creatures the king of the air spaces formed, but by rea- Paris. no padding. calmly inquired whether he preferred son of the fact that the soil is thus Catchers who haudied . used. to cure indigestion, but for this who fur yours represented a New OrIf this part of the town has a modern or be let down among the continually kept in gentle motion. aspe t the southern part of the city has swift deliveries, therefore, soon found purpose as well n for other medicinal leans district m the house. The twi to slug ' uses it must bears. The singers choice, or course. ' 'Again, the soil through the retained its oriental character, and here that the gloves did not come up to the pure peroxide be diluted. A drop of generals, one u Yankee, the other a is strong enough to raise I'onfederate. wore not only good was quickly made, and he afterward bodies of worm i? excreted in a finer palaces, bazaars and mosques jostle requirements, so it was a common ' a white blister on the skin. friends, hut bore a strong resemblance declared that in spite of his terror he j condition, beins grouud by attrition one another, surrounded by narrow, thing to see backstops stuffing grass' never sang better in his life, although j through the intestines. Darwin esti-h- e wfndl'iir. mysterious streets. Teheran into the gloves to protect the palms of ' Minute quantities of peroxide of hy- - j to om-i- i ut'ier. on. h being short, chesty drogen are found In the air, in rain looKii'g. uaiiiii UICM.CU aim uavmg admitted he might have introduced mated that no fewer than iifteen tons is one of the dream cities of the east- .- the hands. One of the first Natioual league water and in suow, and it is borne- - j pi,j- - i uild hoiid a few more 'shakos" than usual in Qf soil nnminllv na;s ihronerh the bod- - London Family Herald. of certaiu One day the correspondent of a catchers to use a left. Imnd "tnvo with times found in the jui-his songs. New York Press. ies of worms for every acre. I)lslT1G liquid is produced On a Philadelphia paper was eal)nl sway flllErers was Movers of Infliniumnlle Ministerial Perauisites. Further, worms breathe In oxygen vears niro large scale by the action of acids on from Washington and left a Baltimore Not onlv stationerv oflice ollicials. but more than twentv-fiv- e Fata Morgana. and exhale carbon dioxide, and the latministers, used formerly to en- - t Somebody made a glove for him that I,ei"oxIdL of sodium. The solntion may j man to do his work. The substitute The kind of mirage known as fata ter gas. as is well known, readily dis- cabinet a general laugh. The fingers be concentrated hy allowing the water, recuired a telegram from Philadelphia morgana Ls seen across straits or lakes solves in water, forming an acid solu- joy sundry little perquisites now 'o .v ' r. an tt) interview Central Bingham ou " At one time. : r were so long and the surface of the lu 'n .southern Iluropc and shows in calm tion which will render alkaline earths longer legitimate. glove was so broad that Meyers found throusli it or by evaporation in a va- -' ihat congress wouM do with a bill. instance, each secretary of state reweather such images in the air as those and metallic oxide-- , iron soluble. aeid.-X- ew York then pending, vitally afTectine: the of towns, castles and palaces. On the j Worms materially aid in producing celved ou his appointment a silver ir - It difficult at first to hold ti pitched C.UUUJ over slPlric '" , id ball. Lie was catching the great lienmint Lake of Geneva it is sometimes seen soluble salts of iron in the 5oil when stand wtuon lie could retain ami in Hurrying through Statuary bull, the on fine afternoons of spring or sum- other agencies e' g.. dilute mineral down as a keepsake to his children, ry Boyle In those days, and Uoyle had Brother Jonathan "sub." who wa new to Washington. mer. F. A. Forel, the well known acids fail. The iron is eventually glv- - but Mr. Gladstone when chancellor of blindiug speed. Meyers had broken i ml " ""P,n "V Uf" ..V.l,nuir,,oaa: ran int.. Gen. ml Meyer. The Louisl- j his Qngers. also both thumbs, in Swiss Investigator, has been giving Pn i,.,Pi- - tn tho soil in a moro soluble the exchequer abolished this little per- all of ..., nen uenerai ' .. -- ., ......... ...... .. .... ? .1 MILH; a.UUtUV some attention to the curious apparl- j condition and presumably in one which quisite, and the only token of oflice an handling IJoyle with the lingeries ; inan was as iouows: mi.. i.i Washington went to Massachusetts to ', and when abed for an interview about tlons and concludes that they are due can be directly absorbed by plant outgoing minister can take with him gloves, so that he readily tried the ' orgtiuize the army he found 11 great j ,ho mInt eX1,ode4,. Tbo to a KctilIar distribution of tempera- - j roots. is his dispatch box. The wife of a new one. and after much perseverance lack of and of other nee- - reporU.r ,nsfc.le,,. (ure in the air over the water. In the ' minister who had long occupied an of- he proved that it had merit. After t u,eans "it-- cumins ot tne " ..j do.t arp a morning, the air being cooler than the i abont thc piMa ficial residence on being evicted said that all the catchers adopted a linger An vory Mat. ' glove for the loft hand. The glove was dolphin mint, t toll yoiil" shouted .' '1H I lake, the opposije bank seems to be ""V."," t.iings junv people have never even heard with a pensive sigh. "I hope I am not .improved upon piopeil. oenonll Mojer awl tore bimswft away. when the manufactur-- ! "npossibie to anange depressed, .exaggerating the earth's ro- , or SUcij a thiug. and it is not to be avaricious, but I must sav when one ".i tutu femi-niuuiuii The st(,rv he eorres!Muknt nt to tundity. and late in the afternoon, the wondered at, for jhoe mat.s are ex- - was hanging up pictures it was very er put solid leather tips on the ends of i" ""'' l'"- - ' Philadelphia that night sizzled, am! tlu alr having become hotter than the wa- - . ceedingly rare, and it is said by those pleasant to have Hie board of works the fingers to protect the nails. placed complete reliance phadelp,lhl vor the Ilext mimtisitz ter's surface, the opposite bank ap- j Who know that only three of tuee carpenter aud a bag of nails 'for noth- - ' Buck Kwiug, Silver Flint and Char- senoral. , ..- ,.v. on tll(. front ley uennett. tnree or tne greatest " pareutly rises above the true horizon beautiful curiosities exist in the whole ing." London Chronicle. e w tlie .."...1L.i.i.. ui. ; orUl how profanely indiirorooc to the "tvi backstops the game ever produced. """1 "'and tne eii.h circumfereiice is en wtrldf The one we now write about is were among the first to adopt the mitt. -,-"1 v ' Vli'1 tho t.iMorj result tliat , rmd.Mplii.i in.nt Gwwnti i:ugl larged. For a few moments only, at the largest one made. It measures 8 Not the Same. governor was successful In supply- It tonl. r.,nham the change from one condition to the by 4 feet and. though made in a small mii4.t It was in the smoking car. and the i which was a comparatively light af- - ihc uia-- rf the pressing wants of the v j s,fUOre fair, but made it impossible to injure Jn? other, the fata morgana may be seen. llMeIr wItU uis eoasiltnmSc3. hill state in the north of India, has an two fat men were talking. s the army, and thenceforth, whenever dif-- -- Xew York World. Avit t lmvo n "onri iionl of rronhlft ' tne ungers or tne leir. uanu. almost Greek design for Its border. It ficulUes arose and the army spread Why He Had to Have an Office. was only used on state occasions, when with my kidney s " aid the first ' manufacturers gradually increased the over J1D(1 the country. "We must consult "'eight of the catcher's mitt An inherited fortune and the dis- the rajah sat on it to sign important Can t seem to get 'em just right sIze Two of Thsm. mania tor gloves became general. Brother Jonathan" became a common the it:.--, posal of an organized business enabled documents The original cost of the How about you?" L v " earnestly and ... ki ...i.v. saying until it passed into a nickname ' a well known Chicagoan to retire. Fie mat is fabulous, for "Oh my kidnevs are generally all xne in ana ,,c "eiuers auopieu mem. for pounds of Pitiful stored breechwhole country. the had the inclination for leisure, but ivory were used In its manufacture. rightit's liver with me." said the sec- -' 0,ne ,,sim? tbe min unt11 tho baseball Ingly into his waxen frntureN Again having The finest strips of ivory must have ond. "Been running wrong all sea- - ra,e "inkers were forced to legislate i CaiQe th could not surrcid"r the idea of b,!t lh f t!,P eeM A Kinnd.n Par a HBrSS. ' ngainst the practice. :.... t,j.. .:n ... i ' a definite business abiding spot lie been taken off the tusks, as the mat is Pon The kiug of England owes his crown uiuc ui mil uiiiitini iififiruw mr; Wllen tue ru,e stipulating the size of rented an olDce In a lofty building and as iiexiblo as a woven stuff and bean "Excuse mo for butting in." said the death. His lips weakly struggled to to be worn as Pass(-'- t,ie to a horse's shoe The act of settle- j execute his went to Europe. After a six months' tifully fine. London Graphic drummer for n patent medicine house. ,' lne S10 lar couunaiMis. and rht ment b3-- which in 1701 parliament looked the build absence he "but if you gentlemen will take Peter- - catcher was allowed to wear the same elected the house of Hanover to the j friends bout ofoor to hear the ftrflow-- I nvy mitt, while a lighter one was Coaling the Sun. Ing over and went to South America kin's Pepper Pellets For Peevish Pa- ing whisper: "I am gone? Yy& or I But British throne, passed the commons Coaling the sun is an expression used tieuts thev will relieve vou Instantly." assigned to the- first baseman. again verifying the report Then after i deciding know Go to Milly. Tell lwr- -r bv onlv one maiorit.v. This namp " "What's that got to do with us?" abk- - a tlie other fielders were compelled vote was given by Sir Arthur Owen, j ll,'Hl with-b- er that the building was not crumbling, by physicists to indicate the necessity t " fin-- er "Iove weighing not be took a jaunt to Japan. Not long of renewing the stock of motive power, ed the fat men simultaneously. "Wo t0 use 1i'v ,,!,v ,or,,1 "'r- '"" abme-or-tl- tle. more than na,f a duz,, ""Ps. Betore M. P. for Pembrokeshire, third of his a1 exactly analogous to coaling a vessel ain't sick; we're retail butcbers."-H- arago one of his old cronies said: teJ t-Bes Aud "'ay who rode r.ost haste from Wales tbe in antl out fiellers began to wear "Frank, why don't you give up your for an ocean journey. Many maintain per's Weeklv sie the same iidng "- - l. union Tle- ' for the purpose. He had relays of j gloves, however, many stars made 1 re,' that this is done by the incessant show office? You don't need It" fresh horses all along the route, hut graph C. Anson "That's true." sa.d Frank "I would ers of meteorites which rain in upon it Meridians Run Due North and South. "arknble irecords. Adrian i. .. Si uiramm ivi arrived, dusty and travel worn, at i f I.. .l give it up. but I don't know what to from celestial space. Thus it is that A man "following the absolute lino P'.veu ui.si oase ior me i The Twin Cities. The old man Westminster barolv in time to the vorv f j n,anr vears barehanded -- Chicago Post the sun's energy is continually kept up of the tenth meridian east from the do with the rug." T,u' t.mrNt wa.- for the rtrt time-lamminute. Had one of his horses gone j and its fires are fed. Atom after atom north to the south pole" would travel Xvas a Q,ark for sl1CD swift tarow or cast a shoe he would have ' viewing tho pHuantun oity vt Cofoo in the continuous collisions of matter due south and never southeast or i iuS miieiders as h.d Williamson ami been too late. IU11' ,,1 A morion h 'lty of (Jrisiottal sit- News About Two Great Men. ting side U side at tho Atlantic id of Even Franklin himself would be sur- is changed into vapor and adds its southwest so long as he remained on Fred Pfeffer. who tried in vain to " wince. "a".v nulps Anson prised nt the following information quota of energy to the great central the meridian upon which he started, j maKe the canal: Holland's Flowers. , - j wnt: home from the ball field with fact, "coals the sun.- "- If on the tenth meridian east, for instorehouse-- in gathered, from a frashman's essay: Wnat is it tti cad the American " The Dutch are a nation of tlower s and very painful bone Exchange. stance, his angular distance from the swollen j "Franklin's education was got by , lovers, skilled gardeners and inventive city ':" lit- - asUod ilJil meridian of Greenwich does not bruises, bnl never used a mitt or a farmers. Ou canal boats, on floating himself He worked himself up to ho 'Cristobal " glove until near tho end of his dia. change. Not All. He is always 10 degrees cast He was also able n great literal man That is too bad," said. "It river houses, around farmhouses, lu "Thomas," said the mother severely, of that meridian from one pole to the mond career to invent electricity Franklin's father humble village and great city one finds should bo Colon and Semicolon." St With the popularity of the giove flowers, flowers, "some one lias taken a big piece of other He could only travel southeast was a tallow chandelier" flowers. Some one Louis gingerbread out of the pantry." or southwest by departing from that came an improved style of mask The has said that Holland's illustrious conThis f j! lowed: Tommy blushed guiltily. wires were made smaller and strongei meridian on one side or the other. "Sir Walter Raleigh was put out once querors have been her, engineers and A Wejk Sejoinder. on the with the padding firmer "Oh. Thomas." she exclaimed. "I New York American. servant found him with firo when his her florists, ThrougQ this flower cul"Our landlady was guilty of an mask had a visor of leather to keep ture And one day after there didn't think it was in you." In his bead "come for this has bit of humor today." the sun out of the catcher's eyes', to- been has of her wealth, Industries. "It ain't all." replied Tommy. '.'Part 'Perturbation. had been a lot of rain, he threw his one her chief "What was itV" "Don't you want tp leave 'any foot- gether with a steel protection for the Magazine Flowers. cloak In a puddle and the queen step- of it's in Elsie.' National Monthly. "One of the boarders asked for a neck and throat The client protector prints In the sands of time?" over "Everybody's. ped dryly punch, and she said she never served came into use in the eiglities. nut at "I don't know." replied Senator Sor Class Distinctibn. ' Like a Miracle. tdrong drinks, but she would give him first it was r.ot inflated. It was a flat "Did ye see as Jim got ten years' ghum. "There's so much sleuthing She Knew. "The age of miracles has gone," deorae coffee."- - Baltimore American. Ing on that a man gets shy of a thumb affair with a bamboo frame over which for stealing that 'oss?" clared the cynic. Mistress Nora. I saw a policeman in "Serve 'im right too. Why didn't print, a footprint and even of leave to was a buckskin covering. This did "No. it hasn't," said woman. "My the park today kiss a baby. I hope you 'e buy the 'oss and not pay for 'im like print" Washington Star. They're All Doing It not prevent catchers from being par- husband told me this the morning that be will remember my objections to such If you boil It down until it is gout! tially knocked out by sharp font tips noticed I was wearing things. 'Nora Sure, ma'am, no police- any other gentleman." London Sketch. last season's nd thick you will find that 9S.7 per n the bread basket, so the pneumatic Her Hope. hat and gave me money to buy a new ent ot human energy Is dedicated man would ever think of kissin yer to- - shest protector was hailed with deJosie I was taken for twenty-fiv- e j The Best Way. one." Baltimore American. baby when I'm around. Louisville interesting job of people trying to light and is now indispensable Choose always the way that seems day, and lam only eighteen. Julia . Post got each other's money or chattels. j What will you be Roger Bronahan was the first major takeu for when you the best however rough It may be. Hadn't Heard of Any Other. Houston Post. Josie For better or league catcher to wear shin guards Custom will soon render it easy and are twenty-five- ? Unprintable. Bjones Don't you think a talkative Things worse, I hope. men as cricketers use He was ridiagreeable. Pythagoras. woman Is more popular with the men HHeMother always carves when A Bright Office Boy. culed at first, but when a special make than any other kind? Henpeckke compauy to dinner. Bobby have The Test. was put on the market Roger was vinCaster Is the boss In? Oflice Boy-- No, The Mental Railroad. What other Isn't your fathor able to? Willie-Gu- ess He If I should propose to you what dicated The guards now worn by phia Record. kind is there? Philadel- . Patlenf--- I sir: he's gone out Calle- r- Will fct cennet concentrate, doc be ain't able to without sayin' tor. My be back after dinner? Office Boy- train of thought keens lump would be the outcome? She That many backstops have a joint at tho Jrtngs. Boston Transcript Ing the track. Doctor Ah, a nervous vrould, depend largely upon the Income. knees so that they do not impede No: that's what he's gone out tor-- F Rubbing It In. Judge. j Judge. catchers In their hurry after fonl flies wreck! Puck. "That girl I've been goin' to see Don't" express a positive opinion unThe guards are adjusted quickly and ain't got no senso of humor." perfectly understand what : o great-pareNovelty is the .of pleas-less yon prevent many serious Injuries. New All one's life is music If one tocch.es The absent are like children helpless "Didn't she laugh when you proposr re. South. yon are talking about. York Sun- Ihe notes aright and la tune. defend themselves. Rcade. ed?" Houston Post Rules That Will Help an Amateur t Read the Riddles. Writing: In cipher, where letters or figures or characters, grotesque or otherwise, are used to form the words, "While it may look formidable to the uninitiated Is really not difficult to solve if one will tackle it with care and patience. The proper way to set ahout reading fcn unknown cipher is to find the letter or figure that occurs oftenest This Ih sure to be "e." as "e" is by far the commonest letter in the language. The second commonest is "t," and if you find a three letter or three figure batch j often of which the last is "e" and the first "t" the middle letter or figure is sure to stand for "h." Any letter or figure standing alone must, on clear reasoning, be "I" or "o" or "a." The second commonest three letter word in a message of any length. Is sure to be "and." which gives you three more letters for addition to the alpha- It Was Highly Prized as a Wonderful EARLY BASEBALL.1 Ltm SE- JAPAN TERRIFIED THE SHAH. Lt coun-Everyda- y ! I in-tea- m Sy .' ! tt ! -- - V JSXJ Slp rnt --. A', rep-gav- mi a. ! ! s one-hnl- "Is-piih- an I I 1 - . I I . - J -- v- m-il- , pas-du- g : -- I J e; ; ! - '. cil-use- i'i"g . -- c- , Phii-adelph- in - - '. f I - J I a"stion !..,,,,- - . . . ( ."' '",t v.-ho --" -- .1 , - r ! """l"lu" -j-- "-" - - : , ! ; I -- i,., I M ! I - I - I I nw ... u ; - I I - I Bo-wi- MI I f X" 1 -- ! - ! ! . ! flnj-er- I i : Post-Dispatc- h. I ous go-pen- al ! to-th- I K-- e I nt JL.- -Z , ) !? f i- - i A r Vu1Je'- I . - .7 a T-.!- rx ' J V : 'a? '" (HE -- ' THE ADAIR CdUNT? NEV S "" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Poblished Every Wednesday BY THE - Adair County News Company. ( Glorious News rOT, mt incorporated.) ATTENTION FARMERS and TIMBERMEN Until further notice, we will pay the the following prices for SPLIT HICKORY and OAK SPOKES, delivered on our yard at Columbia, Adair County, . ' CHAS. S. HARRIS EDITOR. Democratic newspaper devoted to the ln-of the City ot Columbia and the people Adair and ad jaccnt count! es. Entered at the Columbia class mallnatter. Post-office 0r JW as sec-a- d Kentucky. a. IVED. NOV., 6. 1912 On Heart 1 1 Split Hickory Spokes 30in. Long Price per M Pieces ., x x Two splendid speeches were Depth 1 Length 30 in. in the made at the court-housinterest of the Democratic party, last Monday forenoon, the first by Hon. Rollin Hurt, the second by Hon. W. J.Price, of Danville. Both gentlemen stirred the De mocracy, as they landed blow after blow upon the present administration. Mr. Hurt, before begining his speech, read Wood-roWilson's last appeal to the American people in a forceful manner. It is a great paper and was received with cheers. At the conclusion of his very convincing address, Mr. Hurt introduced Mr. Price, who is a polished gentleman, and who delivered a very telling speech, uging the people who are disirous of having the burdens lifted from their shoulders to vote for Wilson and Marshall, giving many potent reasons why neither Taft nor Roosevelt should be supported. His speech was scholarly, containing nothing but truths, and was highly appreciated. e, w A&B $14.00 12.00 18.00 in. s in. in. in. in. in. $ 8.0O- - C ' . ' " " ; 1 in. in. in. in. in. 15. in. lj l'i 2J 2J 26 26 26 in. in. in. x x 2 2 30 in. 30 in. i 10.00""' 6.00 t 1 D "V$6.00 , 5.00 -- "7.00 6.00 x x 2J 2$ 16.00 35.00 9.XKA" 8.00 15.00 28.00 "All wanted 30 in long, shorter lengths taken only to save timber is AH spokes must be split from good live, straight grained, Black or Shell Bark Hichory, Spokes that, are brash, also containing defects such as worm holes, knots, bird pecks, wind shakes, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. These Spokes must be full in length and the 30 in. be classed as 26 in. or culled, depending on size. wanted. All Spokes smaller than lg x l x 30 in. long will Gov. Wilson for President All Spokes loo small for 1 gx 12 x 26 in. will be classed at the price of "C" grade of thi3 size or culled. Split Second Growth White Oak Spokes, 30 in Long On Heart Depth x x Length 30 in. A&B C Carries Forty out of the Forty-eig- ht 2 2 in. in. 3 in. 31 in. in 30 in". States .r Second Growth White Oak Spokes will admit of 2 x 3 in. and larger, if the spokes are free from all other defects, tough and heavy. The A and B grade $30.00 $12.00 . 45.00 20.00 one third or less sap timber must m sizes The C grade takes in Spokes that are more than Second Growth White Oak, showing a good growth. one-thir- d sap timber, but both grades be spilt from In the Union Don't Split Brash Timber Into Spokes, as we cannot use them. Spokes that are brash, also pieces containing worm holes, knots, sun checks and short crooks will be classed as culls. Will Commence Receiving the 10th of October. All Oak Spokes must be 30 in. long. For further particulars call on or address, Col. Roosevelt Wires his Congratulations v THE ADAIR SPOKE E. G. Wethington, Mgr. The effort of our State officials to make corporations pay a fair tax on their properties in this CO. Afteralongillness, dent James Schoolcraft Sher-- j uuca. man, aiea at nis nome, TTi.rL VicePresi-ljmp0SSi5ieat this Time to Give Majorities, but a . - Columbia, Kv. Vote of Adair County, Nov., 5, 1912. Wilson li't; 120 Wednesday nierht. He was a victim of Bright's disease. He was the twenty-sevent- h Vice President New it m 1 1 nAlwiwa- -a iw r i j York, last Has Reached Here to Know that the Democratic State has met resistance from Ticket Has Swept the Country the Railroad Companies, who .- enforcement of the State Board's Kcltner :, 51 Elroy 101 assessment of valuation. The n TIarmouy 2?T V increase assessments mean more Glemille 114 .142' 11.7 than a million dollars annually to Wliite Oak a SO 2.r, coun- Pellyton the revenue of the State, 15U' Soley ties and cities. The State Board Little Cake 8S) 86. fi5 :2 . 2S made a thorough investigation to Esjypt 112 40 Cane Valley 112 ascertain the true values of the South Columbia 94 rr, 2d complaining corporations and 501) TSli 11)111 rests its action on its claims cf Total meritorious findings. That the ' vrtn " ' VTT additional assistance is needed. the state if the Attorney Genpr-- It n..rmrliinci rrrill Va v some time of delay I After Wilson's majority in Mew York is something like one hundred is strange to the average cit al should be a work dodarer or few items from the bes,fc of lea tallent. 1S not will send in a Ohio, one hundred and fifty thousand and Indiania thousand:, in wv. and fr0m this vieW izen why so much outside clamor indifferent to common interest (2 doubted v ,11 the rocked ribbed RennblicirTs ninty thousand. In fact near fliolio! in DTI to increase the power of the State Kentuckians. Mr. Garnett wi ! nnmf TT Nice weather for work on this j gave majorites for the Wilson ticked States to fight its legal battles and dig not flinch from arduous worl;. creek. Such as locating a stave Kooseveiccarneui.uu,8UuuU.wltBwa. after comolimenting and re deeper into its depleted treasury j He is admitedly competent H mill, getting out the timber, and New Hampshire was earned by President lalt, and he specting the ability of Attorney when the case at issue is one has three able assistants and naunne oeing aone. -' vmuci facts ivond the emolovment of Mr General Garnett and his assist- that must rest on '. Our first quarterly meeting probably Carried Pensylvania. whose knowledge of tht was held here last Tuesday. An Mr. Wilson has carried Kentucky by a large plurality and evi- ants, insists that the Governor and figures, and the very attor- R'ch fflct5 supporting the State in th: extra good crowd and much in- dently Col. Roosevelt ran largely ahead of Mr. Taft in the State. should employ additional counsel ney whse research and findings efor honoiifK t. U u in..t.aaet,A as- -, ' luKauV" " " ttuw " uuiwwu WJICl&lU UJV.(Uv.. u W,llVUill terest manifested. nesn. If the State Hoard's a The States carried by Wilson: Tht solid South, New York, to assist the State's legal departis employed to assist tion ig based on correct values, ( Miss Sarah Tray lor entertain- - Massachusetts. Connecticut, Ohio, .Indiana, JNebrasKa, Missouri, ment in a vigorous prosecution. sessments ed a crowd of young people last Delaware and Wisconsin. Close race between Taft and Roosevelt He takes the position that that in the prosecution. If the as- - j have no fears of failure. Saturday night, all reported a in Kentucky. department is cr6wded with work sessment is fair and honest, just j to Congress in the and cannot give the attention to in proportion to other properties j nice time." Tne indications point .to Powers' VfV5, this case its importance demands the State can win through it; Mrs. Effie Cole has recently (Eleventh district, g to Mr. Goebel the salaried lawyers headed by Mr. m IK ? moved to her new home in Bowl-- j At tnis time jt js impossible to get the figures in the Congress-in- In response Rich, Garnett and t h u s save large JQjIh Green. ionaj race jn Adair county, but we are warranted in stating that Governor states that Mr. of Covington, has already been feea. Mr. Garnett is not com- Rev.' J. R. Morris was gladly Hon Harvey Helm ran ahead of the Wilson ticket, perhaps We tell vouhaw. and ravbest market prices. We ere dealt r- - established plaining of being work burdened, employ ed a fact fully known to and can do I:.TTI R f r you in back to our charge as ty.fiVe or one hundred votes. than agents or cotnmissiou is the man who must Kefrrences any hant ia Mr. Goebel, and that he had no and he pastor, and is now at Breeding . NOTES Write for weekly price list. outpower to act accept on request make the fight. How many M. SABEL & SONS VI. in a revival.' & 33 E. Market St, 0UISYIUE. The Democratic candidate for Governor of New York was Dealers In FURS, HIDES, WOOL. i of the Attorney General, and, siders td be employed has not J. A. Diddle stopped at C. C. elected'b'y a large plurality. j! should he desire further assist been stated. Who are they and Traylor's Wednesday night. The news is that Maine went for Wilson, ance, he would ernploy it. In how much money they should re- ' EdMetcalfe. Cumberland and Green Mrs. Kittie Vinzant, of ciorrrz32zr3X .w' o Taylor, Marion, Russell, another column in this paper will ceive is likewise veiled. It would ':, s n monton', is visiting at this place. counties all gave a substantial Democratic" majorities, but Russell. . be found a statement given to be more to the point to suggest , hityJS special or ex Humbles stave Co., has about In that county Taft received 784 votes, Wilson, 714 and Roosevelt the nublic, last week, by Mr. the Attorneys w.ith completedrthejobon the Tfaylor 2si. ,r u v Garnett in which hestates that traordinary power in presenting . election is not a surprise to the Republicans ? t.g rpne result of the factsrthat, must be..supported by timber. his department need no further j conceded for weeks that Wilson progressives. It has been There is very good attendance nor legal assistance; that Mr. Rich, conditions on wnicn tne merit or I Sado A New Man Of Him. -- ..o cinfFftt in school at this place, taught by would be elected, the Republicans and Progressives fighting for Attorney for the State Board of demerit of action rest and which c rir n ffiV stomach, head and back, ' wTite3 li. ' 'Mr.' Evin Thurmanx second place.. "ald mi" valuation, who devoted several are already in possession of the T Alctn T?nlp?rh. ?I X).wrkright, did not 390; Old aunt Molli'e Young is very Wilson's plurality in Adair county over Roosevelt-Ms months in looking. up the facts prosecution. It is a fine showing but four bottles of Electric JJittera new man. me fee; iowlv improving over a severe Next week the news will be given more fully. At this time it on which the Board made its ver- to fatten the bank accounts of made 50 GTS. m 'ke aDRUG STORES; ALL PRICE is sufficient to make all Democrats feel happy. dict, has been employed and no a few Lawyers at the expense of re-electi- of the United States and was a on the candidate fer OUR ROOSTER HAS REASON TO CROW Taft ticket. He wa3 a man of recognized ability and had long 0ur information is that the national election passed off quietly business j .fl aH of the gtates and a great Democratic Victory has been won, been interested with the affairs of Utica, his home city. Gov wijsoxn carrying forty States in the Union. it is said mat ne posesseu a iov-Col. Roosevelt wired Gov. Wilson the following message, very de-- 1 able disposition and was dated New York: voted to his wife and children, j "Gov. Wilson, They, at all times came first. 'The American people, by a great plurality, have Beck's Store. conferred upon you the highest honor in their gift. I congrat-i ; East Columbia West Columbia Milltown have taken steps to prevent the GnulyvtHe Taft 2S 2--i ltoosevelt (55 (til !3 70 S 110 45 04 m (52 1 .uB ! Aafa-nAar- i ' Tllc-fll- , j be-hon- est 1 1- i i j j l , re-electi- '&& I I seven-welcome- d j 18-0- ; racr-chan- ts. I"'a-isvill- e. 227-29-- -- 1 S ; , leocri -- "- .-! te j T liver-andkidney- s I -- ) -i THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS From A I Omo'."" ' T6st tf -: hseven j f StoVy building, and covers any- Obituary. On Saturday sr.half "block. You It seemed that no husband had greater cause to rejoice, bright homei- devoted wife and it seem- - can--fin- d Cincinnati, 10 27 12. NTrktiTe.. I M Having been some time since I wrote to: the News, thought I j would write a few lines to let my friends kpow where I am, Royal and what I am doing. I came here from Somerset i several weeks ago, and accepted a position with the McDonald Printing Co. I have a good job running an automatic cylinder press. The press I run turns out seven hundred and fifty Soap wrappers a day. That's going some, believe me. This is one of the largest Sprinting concerns in the city. They employ about 500 hands. I like Cincinnati all right. It is a pretty good sized town. IJESSffl There are three hundred and No Atvm seventy-fiv- e thousand people ' Vl eW Jb No Lime here. Covington, just across the river on the Kentucky side, has fifty-eigthousand, and Newthousand. Mr. Gordon Cheatham, of BakevLo n port has forty-eigis visiting relatives in and near My wife is also here. She is a sales lady in The Fair Store. Squire Kemp and wife visited Mr. Mr. D. K ?elloy, of l?e!leytoti. one of Adair comity's best citizen, was in E. L Moss and family the first of the This is one of the largest depart week Columbia a few days ajjo. ment stores in the city. It is a 1J Tiia TV Mrti mil if rurwt3fcfccL' only Danng Fowoer It'vWm )F jmy AbsoluielyPiire Phosphates wHCMF T Yf II 17 made from i i Grape y "; BakingPowder Royal Qpipafc j thous-audlvo- ry ht Personal ht thing in this store you want. WeJike Cinnati all rijjht, but &' ""fix.! .1 uitjie ia.au pmce on earui liKe old Columbia for usl It is the' garden spot of the world. I get the News every week.and could not do without it. It is the paper in the State. Every body ought to take their county paper and boost their home town. I attended a Democratic rally Friday night and a Republican rally night. They were grand affairs. There were from five to eight brass bands in each procession about a half mile long. All kinds of fire works were displayed along the streets as the procession passed. The speakings were at Music Hall. Thousands of people were turned away on account of room. It has been almost two years since I was in Columbia, and you know I am getting prett homesick to come back. Will spend Christmas thore if nothing happens. Will close for this time, and write again later. Respt.,. 1 night SepE 19 best-count- y I Mr. Geo. Miller returned to Mr. and Mrs. V. J. CaUison.of were here to attend t lie Louisville yesterday. funeral and interment of Mrs. Sallie Mr. Ti. F. Ghewning, who is temM. Heed. porarily located at Atherlonville, was Mid-dlesboro, E. L. Feese. the spirit of Antha, the beloved efUiat earthly good .had been wife 'of AbnerLoyr , took - itlj reached. But afas how soon the mgnt to uoa wno gave iiy&ssipgrt bright home was changed into ver the river of death ag.'if "en, one ofmourning. The dark an- tenng a deepsleep. Fof almost gel of death plucked from this a year she had been in "declining earthly eden the fairest and best, health from a cough a, complica- and in a- few hours the husband tion of diseases that proved had lost darling Antha.and three-littlShe was the1 daughter children are motherless. of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Collins. They cannot realize that the soul Mother, sister, 5 brothers still of their little .company is. gone, survive herl She was born June the light of their once happy 1888, being 24 years, 8 months and hospitable home went cut and a few day old. Early in life with the death of mother. she professed faith in Christ Alvin and children, remember united with the Baptist church L hat the Hghtis shining brighfc and lived a consistent member 'at the ,anding and when-y0until death. She leaves a hus-- , like her have cros'sed the dark band and friends to mourn her stream you can meet again loss, but the saddest of all she God said thy wo&- - is finished has left three little children to come up higher have work strugle through life without a more 8ubHne Accept our sym. mother. Oh how sad to their Dathv and iet the gentle hand of . little hearts, Mama can never . m1 fllo Tonnr3 cn rAlwMtr return. She has gone to the made Funera, services were beautiful isle of somewhere and he,d by Br0 gcott at the Bap. is now resting sweetly in the dst church on Monday and the of Jesus. In her last hoars . . arms terment m the Loy Qemetry. of earthly existence she talked A Loving cousin, to her friends and said she was Susan Loy. going to her eternal home. , le. e U j- 944&&"Q"Q9$$&Sm8 4"6MQS'$93"3"g$3"S"S"Q Mr. D. Wilson, horse Cave, washer Lit home from Sunday until Wednes- day Mr.. a few days' ago. Mr. K. B. McLean, well-Jcnown Christine Pardon and her Alinri:iii daughter, Miss Matte, are visiting in w"o Hvansville, Ind., Catupbellsville this week. . Mr. 1). S. Haynes, was at the Hancock Hotel hist week v ,.s w M W,son and ,irte fJailgh ' Mr. V. U. Lyon, Campbellsvilie. tw, MaUma, of Monticello, are visit-wa- s here to attend the funeral of Mis. injr in Columbia. Sallie M. Heed. Eld, M. P. Harmon, of Louisville. Mr. V. W. lJogerA. Nashville. wasVlsJte( i,s panjIIts i riiis county last fi here last week. week Messrs. T. W. Taylor, II. T. Par- Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Vatson,(nee rott and .T. A. llusell were herel Miss Susie JCvte Pajie) left this week from Campbelsville, a lew days ago. for their homo in Los Angeles. Cal. Mr. A. K Watkins, Louisville, spent Paul Waggener, never fails. lie a day or two in Columbia last week. came in :5u minutes before the polls Mr. Hugh Noe was here a few days c,oseiL v!K )ipri lnut. Wprlripvflsiv . ..w.v ..Mu ..v..u..... ' . trav-- i 4 5 g AUTUMN JJJlsa The cool winds are re h Mb 7 minding us of the near approach of winter. You will have to buy good warm Clothing and Shoes or spend your money to pay the doctors. We are prepared to keep you as "Warm as a Bug in a LADIES READY TO WEAR Department Our is heavily stocked with Mr.C.A.Duncnn,Paris..Jv-y- ., made . , , . his regular trip to Columbia last week Mr. Allen Hridge water, of Lebanon, visited Columbia kibt Friday Latest Quotations , on Live Stock Messrs. John A Parrish and Henry Parrish, of Jlakert on. spent last Fri- day night in l olumbia CATTLE Attorney Oeneral Jas. Garnett ar- Shipping steer $7.00&8 50 rived Saturday night from a speaking Beef steers 5.50C50 4'25(gP.OO tour over the Stite. and yesterday Fat heifers and cows morning cast his ballot for the Demo- Cutters S.Oo4.00 1.00(6.00 Canners cratic ticket and lelt for Frankfort. Bulls 3.255.00 Mr. M. R. Yarberry, who is in the Feeders 4.25.-j.7-o revenue service, reached home Satur- Stockers 3.755.E0 day afternoon, voted yesterday and re- Choice milch cows 85.0915.00 turned to Louisville. 15.00-35.- 00 Common to fair cows Mr. .1. X. White, of Xeatsburg, waj HOGS ab home to cast his suffrage. Choice 210 up 8.75 Mr. T. C. Faulkner, of Campbells- - Mediums, 165 to 210. . . 7.65 ville was here the first of the week, j Pigs 6.50 7.00 It is our understanding that he is j Roughs thinkiii" of removing to Columbia. SHUEF AND LAMBS He is a good citi.en and we would bej glad to have him. Best lambs 5.00 COO Culls 3.005,00 Judge T. A. Murrell returned from 3.00-4.Fatsheep Ashland, Ky., last Saturdav. Mr. O P. .Miller writes his father CHAIN. from Knoxville that he is getting' what 105 along nicely in the .Yeuieal school, j 0 that city. Loca! Market. Mr. S. M. iJurdette, Lebanon, was here Monday for the purpose of buying mules. Mr. J. IL Alcorn, who boards at the or Egfc3. Hancock Hotel, went to his home, in Mens. Lincoln county, to vote. Mr. W. K. Hancock returned recentChiukcns . . ,, 12 ly from a visit to Quanah, Texas. He Cocks 3 found his si&ter. Mrs. Uriah Stone and other relatives enjoying good health. Turkeys . ........... . 6! He reports a delightful trip, and says Texas is a tine State. Oes: 4 Mr. M. M. Murrell, his mother aud Ducks........;.:....'.. 7 hissister, Mrs. Mattie Vance, have Wool spring clipping 21 moved into the residence Lack of the Hides (green) Baptist church, known as the Turpen 12 property. Dr. Menzies also has rooms Feathers 45 in the same building. 5 50 Mrs. Sallie Hradshaw was quite sick Ginseng several days of last week. Beeswax 25 Miss Martha Crawford has been Yellow Root 3 25' .t quite sick for" the past week, but is 41ayApple(per lb) 2 improving at this writing. Mrs. 3. N5. Page,- who visited several weeks m MouticeHb, returned home last Friday. W. , Dr.Mj. W. DeppuiKl, wife, Edmon. ton, visited relatives in Columbia the first of the week, stopping at the Will practice in all tlie home of Mr. Sain Beck. Courts Miss Katie Murrell, who was quite sick last week, has about recoveied. Columbia, Ky. . I : 00 Tc-da- y. k - LOUISVILLE MARKETS 5 Suits, CoatsSkirts., Petticoats, Sweaters and Blazer Jackets. We have all the newest Cloth's and Colors and m ri 2 s at prices to Rug" suit any Purse. J .SHOE DEPARTMENT We carry strictly uptodate footwear. Ladies Fine Shoes made on the very latest Lasts, of the popular Leathers and Fabrics, at 20 per cent, lower prices than the same goods are sold by city Stores. A great line or ! Men's fine Shoes in the new shapes. V & & i ( V We have the entire line of "Lion" Brand work Shoes for Men and Boys. The best shoe on earth for the price. We make a specialty of'School Shoes for Boys and girls, the "Red School House" and the Godman lines. """ 49 & 352S CLOTHING While Now York recently we found a Clothing manufacturer in need of immediate Cash, in fi All Departments in our house are full up. We are showing unusual attractive stocks Carpets, Rugs of we had it, and the result is, we are showing the largest stock of strictly "Bench Tailored" Clothing wc are glad to have your order for a special "Made to measure" suit, still we believe we can furnish you a suit out of this New ever in this section. WIii! Men's Furnishings, Linoleums, Oil Cloths, 8? Door Mats, Curtains, Shades, &c. &c. Couaty from jwjpi ut whom you can buy the famous Buster Brcwn Hosiery, or Women- and Children, made in hue Egjpaon. cotloa and tilk, the cri ?n - York purchase, of better material, bettor made, and as good fit for 50 per cent. less price. Don't let anybody sell you a suit until you have seen our stock. 'j L We are Making Special Prices in Every Department Eve.fy'D':i.y" 'rtj. rv 'v Tanner Ottley ' - .uiS 1 . t-- JLlowll Co; &Qm$3,$9'S'0$Q$i9"9i&S"&Q $$$3$3m4$, (k THE ADAIh COUNTY NEWS m A Permanent Cure For Chronic Constipation without gripinsr and without shock to the system. It contains tonic properties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that in time medicines of all kinds can be dispensed with and nature is again solely relied on. Among the lesions who testify to these facts are J. P. Blankenship. Sharon, Tenn., and Beukili T. Rogers, Kosmosdale, Ky., and they always have a bottle of it In the house, for it Is a reliable laxative for all the family from infancy to old sice. Anyone wishing- to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a largo bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 405 Washington St, Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. - OUR MOST HYBRID WORD. Although those may dispute it who "liave not tried it, yet thousands of otkera, who speak from personal experience, assert that there is a. permanent cure for chronic constipation. Some testify they were cured for as little as fifty cents, years ajjo, and that the trouble never came back on them, while others admit they took several bottles before a steady euro was brought about. The remedy referred to is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup l'epsin. It has been on the market for over a quarter of a century and has been popularized on its merits, by one iierson tellinjr another. The fact that its strongest supporters are women and elderly people the ones most persistently constipated makes it certain that the claims regarding it as a permanent cure for ' constipation have not been exaggerated.-It is not violent like cathartic pills, silts or waters, but operates gently. t The Daily Louisville And The Times News "Remacadamizing" Can Boast of Having Five Language Parents. The most hybrid word in the English language, according to Professor A. P. Chamberlain of Clarke university, writing in the Popular Science Monthly, Is "remacadamlzing." Professor C'irke points out that this word is derived from five languages Latin, Gae-flHebrew, Greek and English. He resolves it into its factors as follows: First Re. a Latin prefix, signifying a repetition or doing over again. Second. Mac, a Gaelic word for son, in common use as a prefix for genealogical purposes. Third. Adam, the representative In many European languages of the Hebrew name of the first man, according to the Mosaic account of the creation as given in the book of Genesis. Fourth. Iz (or Ize), the modern English representative, through the French, Iser of the Greek verbal terminal izeln. Fifth. Ing, the English suffix of the participle present, verbal noun. etc. The root of this word, "macadam," Illustrates In another way the vitality of our English speech and its ability to draw new words into Its vocabulary whenever the need arises. The term "macadam" Is really the family name of the man. John Macadam, who In 1819 devised the now common method of paving roads with small broken stones, etc. Celtic and Semitic had already combined to prodnce macadam, meaning "son of Adam." which the English language then took up and further molded to suit Its genius. There are many such hybrids, but this is probably the worst. c, c?03 WEEKLY PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by COURIER -J- OURNAL HENRYrWAfTERSON, Editor Democratic in politics. It prints all the news without fear' or favor. The regular price is $1,00 a year, lmt you can get the WEEKLY COURIER-JOURN- AL DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 50c AND 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Is a Nn cional Newspaper, C. D. Crenshaw SURGEON VETERINARY AND THE ADAIR COUNTY BOTH ONE YEAR NEWS W ir. - sljir For $1.50 you will give or send your oroer to tins Special Attnetin to Eyes 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 paper not to the Courier-Journa- l. 0NBURK5Y1LLE HUGHES' RESIDENCE. STREET. Adair County NOT A FAMILY QUARREL 'I Oaily Courier-Joorn- al, Is the best afternoon daily paper published in Louisville. It is Democratic and is heartily supporting Wood-ro- w Wilson for the Presi- - ' dencv. The campaign is on and if you want to keep in touch with all the parties throughout the United States subscribe for the Times. We can furnish The Times and The Adair County News both for $4.50 per year Come to the office or mail in your subscription. It Was Simply a Clever Ruse of a Daring Parisian Thief. A traveler remarks Mint the Purisiau swindler Is the subtlest and the most indomitable one in the world. Eie was. one day strolling through fashionable French shop A woman entered and proceeded to purchase a costly set of silver dishes, ' ? and meanwhile a well dressed man lin- - f, gered at the doorway as though wait- - ' ' ing for her. The woman, her purchase concluded, counted a number of bank notes and : udvunced to the cashier's desk holding them in her hand. Then of a sudden j the man rushed upon her. "You wretch!" he exclaimed "Didn't i l tell you th.it you shouldn't have thoe dishes?" And he slapped her upon the cheek, tore the bank notes from her ' hand and stalked indignantly out of ' the shop The woman fainted. It was ten utes before she was brought to. and j mean while tlio.Mj in the shop, believing i that a lamily quarrel was in progress. tlid nothing. Cu her recovery the man ager of the place said regretfully: "We are sorry, madam, for this oc Your husband" currence "My husband! That was not my litis hand!" the woman cried. 'IIe is a Ihief!" She had never seen the man I I J j j Yr al, S6.00 Joseph S H. w Stone, Attoney-AMa- Sunday Courier-Journ- Yr $2,00 Will practice m this and adjoining counties. : We can give you a combination cut rate on Daily or Sunday if you will write Jamstown, Kentucky this paper. s&g&&'&s ?&&'e&e$ ??x?sx:?s Cour-- j Whv No !j)pa(j The Ad air County News andWeeKiy ier Journal, both one Year Each $1.50. lSl t Attention ! The Adair County News one year and The Daily Evening Post of Louisville, till Nov. 10, 1912, for only TWO DOLLARS. wM lift ?S iiff I Tou will need a Daily paper During flip' , Violet For Mourning, It was not by accident that violet was chosen by many nations as the ex elusive color for mourning and by u - iJourni HENRY i? WATTERSW C2? Presidential Posted. C n !A j ; And The Louisville Times will keep VOU I ! f 1 M j also for half mourning. Painters suffering from hysteria and neurasthenia will be inc'ined to cover their picture." uniformly with the color mo-s- t in at cordance with their condition of lasi tude and exhaustion. Thus originate tuo violet pictures or fJnet and his school, which spring from no actually observable aspt- t of. uature. but from a subjective view due to conditions of the ncrve3. Wiin. the outire surface of .vails in salons and art exhibitions of the day appears veiled in uniform half mourning tins predilection for vio let is MinnI:, an expression of the uerv mis debility of the painter. Nordau's "Degeneration." - S-- ". i rrvr - This is your opportunity if you want to keep up with the procession. Send name, address and money to Editor. We Gin'Purnish t- You isst The News, Columbia, Kv. igii ;The Adair County 3g- ews 'Sii and; the Weekly i j i Hie best pait 'i Charles Dichens. the great novelist, was the bunmnncss of Dickens' Humanness. All Persons Who Are Behind One Year on our Stibscip tion Books i ! j I him. coming out in jthe lender pathos with which he streaked the, fuii.:y side of life. Primarily a humorist, he was. like many another humorist, a human- 1st too. Dickens came out of that lower London life, one third grotesque, oneheroic, which he third pitiful, writings lie had lived pictured in his the struggles of Oliver Twist, of David Copper-fieland of Philip in "fJreat Es poctatious." That was the reason why he was able to lay hold of people's hearts when he des.ribed those death less persons. New York .Mail one-thir- d Courier-Journ- al ' U. G. t i HARDWICS, Pres. J. H. C0CKF, V. Pr. 'St. It. OlETZMAN. c Both One Year For Si.50 We can also give libera combination rate with Daily ' W. T. Pyne MB&Supplj ESTABLISHED Co. J I86 INC0RP0RATEdT88- v- . iViiuLi I Weights . mflCHiMiSTS N DEALERS Will have to Come off, Under the Law, if not Paid at once Jenkins was standing before the mirror arranging her thin hair wheu .Mrs. Tit For Tat. her haldheaded room husband entered the ENGINES. BOILERS, SAW MLS. GRIST MILL&, REED MILLS 1301 TttlRTeeNTH-Mftl- N. LOUISVILLE 'jjj-- . or Sunday Courier Journal. Write Courier-Journ- al Com- The Government "Say. ISraily," he begun, "why don't you do your hair the way you used to?" "Why don't you?" reported Mrs. Lippincotfs. .leu-kins. SMOKESTACKS, Sheet Iron and Tank Work ' . sssC-sJ- ! .tw.-.2a- s. "W--J - &&- - .... :' Wb Will Not carry Papers in the Mail for Parties who Owe More than one Year Unconsciousness. "She's the most unconscious girl 1 ever saw" "Well, why shouldn't she be? She's pretty and knows it. She's clever and knows it. and she's good and knows It What has she to be conscious of?" Exchange. Friendly Suggestion. boy o Borem That mine gets off some good things. This Knox morning at breakfast he said He should have them (interrupting) copyrighted. Borem Why? Knox To seep you from reproducing tbem. five-year-o- ld P "rh Ss i pany, Louisville, Ky., for free sample copy of edition j you desire, but be sure to i'send your subscription order jto this paoer NOT to the i I JObBINQ WORK SOLICITED -- aBWSSSffiSSSa: p sstse-V- .IM&IP vs&sistxamz ' Courier Journal. . .. aj&Mc.vm: All Kinds of Machinery Repaired tars a m . ffl 3! rj tric -- I if U The Adair County News and Daily Courier-Journal 3 We Will Strike From our list 'Several Hundred Next Week tliey Bo uneful where thou Uvest-tha- t mnr kntti mnnt .Till TlHoh thv nlOOcltKT oresence still. George Herbert- - I vas cifferii.g ttos pa.... in vay stomar '1, bvnd a" ,"c?r,"' ; nts H. 5 T. Aloa.u llaleL'-.- . . . ' f:' ".'.it tnv . a.. anclKiiineyo did ra s ngni, , liver out iour doi ties ot rieccric ..itteis made mo feci ''k i n.-- iua:v 5 -- ... ' PRICE 50 CTS. Li A' - U C" v TH '-t" ADAIR COUNTY NEWS f Blood Was Wrong to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to fell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this medicine. well-known NEW TALES THAT ARE TOLD IN THE REALM OF FASHION Craycraft. j.ne iarmers 01 tnis community are very busy sowing wheat and i THE All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due Cardui Write to: ge The WomansTonic making sorghrum. Mr. G. L. Blair and wife, of A Cutaway Suit. Where He Did Battle. place, spent last Sunday at Dark blue cheviot with a thread of this Former District Attorney John J. Sullivan was the principal speaker :it copper and green running through, was Mr. John Blair of Ozark. a reunion of old soldiers a few years used for this modish suit. The skirt Mr. Horace Young and sister, ago. He had nil of his wonderful com mand of pathos and eloquence in full Miss Dora, spent Sunday at Mr. working order that day. and as he conS. H. Murrell's. cluded his oration tears glistened in the eyes of many of the veterans. One Mrs. Eliza Grider has gone to of the old boys in blue came up to Mr. Sullivan and said: Louisville to visit her daughters, "Your description of the scenes on Mrs. France Bernard, and Mrs. the field of carnage during a fight was beautiful. Tou must have been In the LOUISVILLE TIMES FOR 1911 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER THE REGULAR PRICE OF Lillie Moore. Miss Lena Murrell was visiting Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she says : " I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had back- Miss Mabel Murrell Wednesday night. Beatrice, and Pinkie Breeding were visiting Miss 'Bonnie Neal of Neatsburg last Saturday night. Miss Mr. A. M, Roy who was stricken with paralysis a few days ago is no better. Mr, S. I. Blair and son, Avery, have returned from Louisville where they have been visiting THE LOUISVILLE TIMES ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. 1 used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui. Ladies' Advisory DeoL. Chattanooga Medicine Co . ChaHannnr rn lor Special Instructions, and book, " Home Treatment for Women." sent free. J 53 IS $5.00 A YEAR. YOUR ORDEfc IF YOU WILL SEND TO US, YOU CAN GET THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS AND r 9K SteKaeK as Now is x If you the Time X "WHERE DID XOD HAVE TOtTB THBIMiIKO KXPBBIENCJ: ?" MOST BIiUE CHEVIOT SUIT. relatives. Mr. Curtis Absher was home from the L. VV. T. S. last Saturday until Monday. Mrs. S. H. Murrell is improv- THE LOUISVILEE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR X thick of a bailie some time. Where did yon have your most thrilling experience?" "At Warren." replied Colonel Sullivan. "At Warren! Why, I never knew there was any fighting there." "Probably not," replied Colonel Sullivan, "but if you had been behind the bat for Warren the day we bent loungstown 1 to 0 you would have known you were in a fight and a mighty warm one, too," and the colonel extended his gnarled and twisted fingers to prove his assertion. Cleveland Leader. Uncle Joe on Utopians. Uncle Joe Cannon, seated on the piazza of a seaside hotel, condemned a certain improvident type of social reformer. "They're great borrowers," he said, "these chaps who are going to make the world over again." With a chuckle he added: "The worst thing about your Uto" pians is that they're all of the coat was cutaway. It had wide pointed revers and black velvet collar. Narrow black silk braid bound all edges on skirt and coat. New Sleeves. want to keep posted dur ing the Presidential Campaign subscribe, for the Courier Journal and Adair County News. X X 5K Unlined, of the most transparent fabric and fitting close to the arm, are t he I X craetolro glove effect is selected, but there are many of the long, transparent sleeves that hate no fullness beund only a little above. Murrell. low The length is almost absurd, for of Several ten the band is as much covered as though mitts were worn, the sleeve attended reaching the fingers. the-elbo- ing at this writing. Mr. Porter and Nathan Murrell returned to their home in Champaign, 111., last Tuesday atter beinS m on a visit to see their sick mother, Mrs. S. H. FOR ONLY $4.50. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Nnvnl Ltnnnpi Blnne. I l $1.50 as X To the long list of attracUve lingerie blouses a smart new model has been added made of fine lingerie material. with a collar and cuffs of heavy linen. The collar is of the Robespierre pal rik1 nnAntnu itti Tilif li Iai unc o X' in front, finished off with a soft frill of lace. The sleeves are long, with a linen turnback cuff. cT-i- i j t I the best afternoon paper prinfrom this community ted anywhere. the entertainment at Shiloh last Saturday night. Has the best corps of The box supper at Oak Grove was a success last Thursday Covers the Kentucky field pernight. Mr. J. N. Murrell and niece, fectly. iss Bmma Murrell, attended Covers the general news field correx.-pondents. I One Dollar and Fifty Cents gets The News and the Weekly X X X WHY THE CRADLE X! WAS STYLE SCHEMES cno wcu nnATo rUn ilLff UUA 1 0i ! NECESSARY. ftlmosf Anything That Is AttrafitiVfi SeRlllS FashiOnahlR. The combination of velvet coat and satin or cloth sUirt is a favorite and is seen ovei and over again vherevi French models ate on view. This Is a year of electicism in coat lines. Anything that is attracUve and becoming seems permissible, though as a general thing the coats of the imported costumes are considerably longer than they have been. Sometimes they are short or shnrpU cut away lu the front, but the back is likely to nin down to half length at least, and iu many casus it falls much lowi-- r on the slcirt. Where cutaway lines of a radical sort are uiiliecomiim it is easy to Und a sulwtitute for thi-uThe coat which falls straight in front is seen on many of tin smartest mod els. and the coat buttoning down past the hip curve before- the fronts curve away is well liked. Then there is the coat which buttons high with one or two fastenings. i open across a high waist. line in front and falls at each side of the from in straight or slightly cutaway lines The collar of the dressy coat costume is immt'ii.M'iy important this fall ami assumes man udd'and unusual fo'uw forms odd and unusual as applied to fall coats, that is. Women learned t accept otm of the collar vagaries during the summer. The high, turn down or standing collar and the rolling collar more or less low in the front are the versions most generally accept ed. but there are a good many phases of these types There are. too though this is noted more often in the frock than In the coat numerous developments of the large collar showing only, iu the back and associated with a .vhm' small front collar or with none at all Coats and skirts contrasting not only In material but in color also are modish, but this combinaition requires clever handling and too many i)t the experiments along this line havp ended in the conspicuous and not particularly beautiful. i quarterly meeting at Mt Carmel completely. j jasfc Thursday. Has the best and fullest ra The 0ak Grove school is pro-kets reports. niceIy under the igressing management of Robert Bailey. DEMOCRATIC in politics, bur Bro. Allen, the pastor of Clear j fair to everybody. j IN. IS. Courier Journal One Year Youth, Not Age, the Reason For Tender Treatment. William Dean Dowells. the novelist, said at a dinner: "After all. the American aristocrat is very young, isn't heV Only a generation or so ago he was peddling clocks or hoeing corn, eh? The American aris tocrat makes mo smile. "He reminds me, rather, of the bot-ti- e of burgundy at the half dollar table d'hote. "Two men. you know, were dining at this table d'hote, and. to round out their dinner, they ordered a bottle of burgundy, it came, like all wines that throw oil" :i .sediment, lying on its sid in a wicker basket, or cradle. "The first mau said as the waiter carefully filled their glasses: " "Why is this wine served in a era die, do you know?" "The second man took a sip of the burgundy, shuddered and answered: i as as I x 2t & 5K Louisville Times and News X $4I50 - "'Because it is so voting. ELLWOOD 26 WIRE FENCE Free. I'ress. "Detroit INCHES HIGH AT 17 CENTS PER ROD We will save you money on a 26 inch HOG PROOF PENCE We carry in stock all K8 our stock of 26 inch fence lasts. 4' and styles of Ellwood and Square Me3h Fences. SOINCH T7T77wT7uK SB INCH president of the General Federation ! Women's Clubs, said in San Francisco of the "new woman:" "My type of new woman has a high as long sense of honor, a manly sense of honor he ij-She isn't like a certain old fashioned type of woman who does dishonorable things "Without the least notion of their being so. "A woman of this type was playing bridge Her partner passed the make to her. and she made It diamonds, but her hand, on being put down, was found to contain only two small diamonds. " 'What on earth induced you to go diamonds on such a hand as that?' her partner asked. " 'It's tour fault." she answered petulantly. Why did you twiddle your diamond ring?" Star. "Tongue Off the Ball." Gporge Stanley, the Yale golf champion, was rebuking on the New Haven linkn a profane freshman. "Oaths won't improve your play. ' laid Mr. Stanley. "Profane golfers like you ought to paste in their caps the motto: " 'Keep your tongue off the ball and your eye on it' " Her Idea of Honor. Mrs. Percy V. Pennypaeker. the new The Sunday School at Clear Spring is progressing nicely with TI0N RIGHT AWAY Mr. Jim Combest as Supt. Misses Vernetta and Jennie Cane Valley. Harvey have returned from aj visit to their sister, Mrs. Cora W. E. Hancock the old Texas Christmas, of Ella. j scout, returned home last week. Mr. E. O. Hayes, of Hatcher, Mrs. S. G. Banks is visiting is visiting his parents Mr. Johnie her son B.L.Banks at Richmond, Hayes of this place. this week. Mr. Evert Moore and sister, Hon. Tom Scott, of Coburg, is Nelerine, visited at Mr. Sam visiting his mother in Burkes-Pierlast Sunday. ville this week. Coy E. Dudgeon has moved to Humble. Lebanon and is in the employe Mr. Charles Robertson's little of the Cumberland Grocery Co. son got thrown off a mule last Mrs. W. J. Conover who has week breaking one of his arms. been confined to her bed Miss Ada Foley left Monday for the past month for Lud Low 111., where she will is able to walk out a little. spend a few months with her C. R. Dudgeon who was raised sister, Mrs- - E. G. Shepherd. here moved with his family to Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McKiney Louisville last week to make that were visiting their daughter,; place his future home. Mr. Dennis Eubank our postMrs. Isaac Wilhorn, of Joppa master who has been in the last week. Messrs. Ulyssis and James Hospital in Lebanon for the past Ashbrook, A. T. Wilson made a month returned home last Wed- business trip to Louisville last nesday. Young Mr. Eubank is gaeatly improved and just a matweek. Mr. Ira and Dal ton Foley at- ter of a short time when he will tended the box supper at Clear be entirely well. ce with-rheumatis- tr'" com1sEND YOUR SUBSCkIP- - m ; Spring Thursday night. m- -l ,lTtrfFXZ3&t-jr'FXjA- . ELLWOOD FIELD FEMCE (STANDARD STYU) HADE 1ft SIX HEIGHTS Hardware, Farm Implements and Roofing. DEHLER BROS., "'' 1162East Market Street, Between First and Brook. Louisville, Ky. The.Apron Drapery. The apron is very popular as a trimming, and a quaint example of It court of at Jamestown last week Is made of embroidery of lace, which looks particularly well on a silk frocn Mr. Herman Foley drove in or even upon one made of linen. A black velvet belt should be added with home last Saturday with his a flat bow or one of the crush kind cane mill ;he has made 900 gallons with donkey ear loops as a completion. tivurxscurjaiAx - - Rev. Ben Voils filled his regular appointment at New Friend Ship Sunday. Several of the boys attended dress f " of mollasses this fall. . Jim Woodrum delivered his 1912 crop of tobac.co to Jake Bault last Thursdays The stealing of Miss Jane Hendrickson's tomb stones last Friday night has put ther little town to wondering, what will next; happen. Though so far this has beat all thieving we have ever had. I 3 4trz ur, V.' ,r !. .. . s ri n 'i- c -- 'rl-?-" lJ y' 4r THiJ ADAIRICOUIsfTY NEWS - OTSr' u"? . f-- - ,i jsB -- 8 - -- ' i . 1. . - ) i . ... . KU;V iSETi; vT?;naa .asgooaTara im we. Hev. G. W. Pangburn is .. ,. ii. o Halloween night was observed ing a series of meetings at . . r ... J if: ;.. &m T. Gniyville. t S1M riij-v- , iflf i vs'.x-''i,.l- " T. tJS-AV . .! , .r. - A. La ., a. Walker. We will be glad to have ithera in our community. holdSum- ' ,r. nsduri Ml r Buggies Surreys Runabouts, feg-ri-.c- Birdseye view of our - Plants V -- ' fcJl5c - v i rniir in ' mer Shade church this week. Mill town. &&V' Dan- - Wilson, of Horse Cave," Wonderful Sales Of Buggies. $3BgS3asg'- SwUfcSSS fvs"a""fcr7 ar1 tm - .i Jy ffHrnT1.-- t-- IJ Traf- h .V,'' was calling on our merchants last Blrlday. The old mill at the place which is over a hundred years old has been torn away, and a new one js being built by J. T. Mercer. It. will have all modern improvements. The school at this place under Kentucky, "Largest in Dixie" , the management of Misses JohnI ston and Conover, ' is largely at ninety-fou- r pupils' have i Incorporated . regular appointment at Union tended, t been enrolled and an average Sells A Oar Load Of Buggies Every last Saturday and Sunday with . daily attendance of seventy:fi've. very interesting sermons. . Mr. and Mrs. G.T. Rogers, of Saturday. of Mrs. Allice McKinney, Windows, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Columns, Greensburg, and Mrs. Marga-rett- e Jamestown, spent a few days Stair Work, Brackets, Etc. Write for our Catalog Bragg, of Chesterville, 111., here last week visiting relatives are visiting Mrs. J. T. Mercer .and friend. this week. Some of the brethern of the 8 Miss Mary Annie Hunter, of i "V3i iSS Methodist church met at the Gradyville, visited Miss Mattie parsonage one day last week Hatcher last week. Main Street Greensburg was Blocked and made a nice start in erectMr. and Mrs. 0. H. Beard, of ing a barn, which our preacher this place, are visiting relatives for two hours with Buggies sold arc Bargain Days in charge, badly needs. Neatsburg this week. Mr. J. M. Blair, of Columbia, at by Wood Lewis. Clearance Sales in every Department of our Big Store are thej Mr. Butord Montgomery, a made a trip through our section order and price Concessions hold sway If in need pf one day last week delivering the photographer of Columbia, was poll books that will tell the tale j in our midst oneway last week day Town Marshall called Miss Bess Leftwitch visited During the in a few days. Rugs, Carpets, Linoleum Greensbun Miss Minnie Rogers of Mr. W. L. Grady our on to clear the street. week. stock man will leave in a rg-last For present or future use, it will pay you handsomely to look The old home of T. H. Tutt, few days for the blue grass over our large Assortment of special priced Merchandise. will spend a has been torn away and a handsection where he some home is being erected on What is the cause of these Phenominal few days looking after stock. Hubbuch Bros., Weilendorff Nat Walker and Will Ed Hunt- the same side by J. P. Tutt Jr. Sales. Incorporated Mr. J. C. Browning and family er were at Edmonton last Friday visited at Mr. R. M. Shirley's and Saturday. 522jandi524 West Market St. Sunday. Messrs. C. Gowen, Millard last Mrs. Kate Shirley who has Corbin and James Gilpin, all Quality, Styles Louisville's Biggest Carpet Store. Easy Riding. business men of the Sparksville been on the sick list is better. section, were in our midst last Mrs. J. R. Tutt accompanied j week and reported business by Miss Susie Johnston, of MillH good in their section. towni attended the International REMEMBER, WOOClSOn Lewis the Buggy The Adair County News and Courier-Journ- al n Convention of the Deciples of Mr. Tom Wilson the stock man, of Cave City, Christ, which convened in Louis- man, the Mower and Binder man, the Both One Year for $1.50. stopped over for night in our ville. October 15 to the 22. This Gasoline Engine man, the Farm city last Wednesday night with was one of the greatest meetings s.tety-fivhead of cattle that he that has ever been held in the Implement map. bought from Robert Young of State for the cause of Christ. Jobbers end Dealers in .Columbia at prices from 41 to 5 People from all over the world tfents-pewere assembled there, and on pound. ..f Inside and outside construction matecUt Mr. D. C. Wheeler i" nearirig Tuesday afternoon the beautiful tools, telephone and'fraf lighting equips - completion of one of the nicest communion services were held, residence in- this community. and over 10,000 followers of timisvilte; Ky. .'"'iJ: Mr. Wheeler has used the very Christ bowed their heads and 236 W, Jgerai,'3fc. GREENSBURG, KV. best material in this building, gave thanks for the broken body nad it is certainly up to date in and shed blood of our Savior. eoiNGi oozm C OX3 I1J every particular. lives here with ,your scribe had family, of Columbus, Ind.,- are Rowes X Roads. end of a mill file stuck through visiting friends and relatives in Messrs. Cum'mins .&. Cole who her 'foot four years ago gst this neighborhood. haye been making staves in this mSS Claudie Loy and Ella Coffey August. She has not had a vell ection for the past month or so On Sunday Oct., 20th, 1912 at VTv C.nnlr . nnA a . T.rtr day i . i' vww" inA THE since, Drs. Taylor and. Con)-be- the home of the bride's parents, U wopre m our rawst last Jbnaay. ana """ OVICK. GOBO. WILSOK S?.?Parried on Sunday Oct. 18, r split her foot last we.ek. Mr. and Mrs. Rude Harmon, reporter that they v HiloriBed-youColumbia, Ky, vhiie conference was in sessnon. She is resting very well at this Miss Mary Lou &$. just completed 80,000 starves their second oldVC Rev. J. G.. Evans and wife time. rMJy for the market. est daughter was happily married were here on a visit on their way Two of Willis. Blakeys daught- to Mr. Irvin Burton in the 0.ur. produce men make'vour from conference. 133, ers married at the same time last presence of a few special friends aaiiprket once or twice, a week ."aaed f adS Rev. Hemry Cragg and wife week. Eld. George Collins of- and relatives by Rev. W. C. iid producers in great demand, N. M3RREU -V'i y vrjc Barrett in his most solemn' and. w only selling for 25 cents' went from' the 'conf erencV to his ficiated; f DENTIST It la eoacs! to igMf'ta. The highest ittice wej old home in Tennessee, for a Sister Sfed'a, the wife of $ert lmDressive manner. Miss HarHill died July 30th 1912. known in thirtyyeary ex- -t i ew days 7isit, he mon "was a charming young lady Office Front rooms in JeAin BTdg ! Mar&... . b Jpeince in the month ot Rev. J. F. Turner, now of 72 years old. She prof essedji re- and having a wide circle of ' PAULL DRUG CO. county, foe eggs. ' We can only as- - Hancock preached ligion at the age of 15 and join- friends was quite popular among Columbia, - Kfeiistftcky J7 young people of this section Fhis reason for the high three great sermons for us while ed the Baptist ehucch, a few the i , 3ff &p. is the prospect we have hnh)d his family were here at years ago she went with jfier and will be greatly missed. . Th i r"-!Democratic governmenjt their old home last week. Frank husband to the Methodist clinch groom is a young man of sterling! Office Phtmc 194 fer tlaaw ffeowtS-- i Q. P. MYTHE character and is a prosperous four years. during the next iS a good preaclierMpr the chance for convenience as there vva" no DR.T. A. SMTTH of this community. The . for ; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Walker s -- he has- had to prepair himself for Baptist church close to them. farmer will " couple the groom's resident DENTIST SisterSada was a good woman ertained quite a number of their the niinistery; fWt INSURANCE home on sulphur creek. May and a' good wife. She leavos a relatives and friends last- SaturAncle Coffey sold . EdSelby-4and Columhia, kentucky, devoted husband and ny their lives be long and hppbily the way of giving acres of land for $500? day night in 1 ifeLgeSTATE Floor Front, friends to mourn but not ; as sgent is the wislror their many Russell B'l'd'g-2- nd thein an old time sorghum candy Lines Blakey's baby died last friends. iruancgwawjtMi pulling. Itie evening was a ioyr week. It was lOjdkys old. God those that have no hope, for.he Mr. John T. White who has has just gone on before and ajpys ful occasion and will be rememb takes the little piis he has a On! A 5i,?ro., " 'Jones kto her friends to comejhome and been in the Philippine Islands eredfora long time by every place for them&jefjj hnrwtih6 crowd cheeii3?fas ivltli barv other foreign countries for the be with God. one present. We regreto men- 1 ands h(5' Rjli Small TO Un$ "; . seven years, returned home last I4SftftfcMrs. Sarah BJair..has boughwaJ i'oiLithat this good family will V t.t' tln a i VuS geort; Friday. Sno. ' BuekleiVs ArolTSarvJfdltSrias' '. eaveius in a very f ey days fori paru oi me oiu.jonn juapsiey y , a snd;DentUt Mr . W '.- VVhonf- "UU XOHJIIV'. V,;k. sr eveij'tliinjr beatwor burns."JRfghU ... ishaying.a good house rr.1 ary ..wv.u ..Til .'I. Columbia where they will make farm, and Tne t weatner still contimies :0;fofi aiof;QC!; wn. special '.attention .. "ftQivcars sorespimpksr,, - .- .- wa xajriuj. wumy.M - toexperlen ce, and Dental. wbrkJ also for boils, ujcers, bruises.. Sartstf or-- hed JK i. ., Surgical .' , given 'theiruture home. Mr. Buck putup, oh the same. vf e2zema,cutlr, sprains, !.,. is siow auout coming- Jast week. ana wneat , Office at residence near Graded Scjtttol nile cureagtt suco,ueS IiHIanofmatiaiii Gcoii?n'd family 'wirmove to rdatigter, come on boys. . up. 7. v.iMri Junius" WHitesoWi.CTb uiiaihs.vfV: iWiUsMfeOptj'Sp. cents jBiwl -- !'iiwW' t - .wm ,i iL ' vhwesidence Vacated & AdrcMi1 "&BibeJfc' a : Irirl that! lrJ-$li- l uu vu5j-aE5 fefPHQR NO. T. N. MonJgomer j3mule:colt las Only a few days until the election will be overhand we will all be satisfied the way it goes. Rev. J. W. Sexton and uncle George Flowers two of our oldest citizens who have been confined to their rooms for several weeks continue to improve. Rev. J. R. Crawford filled his Woodson Lewis Greensburg W. 1. Hughes & Sons Co., Louisville, Kentucky. 'WHOLESALE , aturday June 22nd. July August and well-know- h and well-know- e Herman C Tafel Electrical Supplies. Bi-tt. , r - 1- - : - kf James Triptelt M .... A. I i """"." st ! m ' I J t' '?. -- v lt& '-- DR., - - . . awr..; Oct-obt- r .... - , . WW -- - 0 . j iV, CQ.-.E- . tJoBes v&lGnes'.ypm-:-U. - :v - 1U r -- . 'SK m 'J . . .V- X- . " -- . - , .... '"- ' -:i 1 ?- -- c X v. - t .r' " M "Wl OK. . Z :J ll ': MS ,.-- '.&' j c M